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Welcome to The Brain Institute of America!


The Institute has been diligently uncovering the molecular underpinnings of cancer by studying non-coding RNAs. Often considered the dark matter of the genome, because so few knew much about the function of these genetic elements, non-coding RNA genes remain an unexplored resource of genetic information that has been linked to a number of diseases within the past decade and could very well explain the nature of a number of central nervous system tumors including glioblastoma multiform.


Glioblastoma multiform and various neurological disorders are debilitating diseases that are also associated with socio-economic hardship and emotional trauma amongst family members and friends caring for that individual.


The Brain Institute of America was formed in 2017 with the goal of developing biomarkers for a variety of neurological disorders and malignancies of the central nervous system. The mission is to develop effective RNA based biomarkers for these disorders. The Brain Institute of America is specifically focused on non-coding RNAs, a type of biomolecule that operates by controlling the abundance of a genetic element. Several noncoding RNAs found to be highly expressed in brain tissue are currently being pursued for biomarker development.


The Brain Institute of America is a biomedical research company operating in New Haven, CT with access to state of the art equipment and facilities. Currently we are in Phase I development which is geared towards developing biomarkers for clinical use. In phase II, curated biomarkers will be commercialized into a product for clinical testing and use.


We thank everyone for their kind support in developing our programs!




























RNA Vision Program

The Brain Institute of America's educational RNA Vision series has begun. The goal of the RNA Vision program is to train young scholars in the field of RNA biology, RNA biochemistry,  RNAi-based technologies, and how these RNA tool kits relate to the betterment of human health.

Please click here for news regarding this program. 

Company Positions Available

The Brain Institute of America is now accepting applications for a number of intern and employment opportunities! The BIoA is looking for web designers, research assistants, science writers, and more. We encourage those who are in the early stages of their respective career training programs to apply.

Please click here for more information on each of the roles the BIoA requires.


Initiatives of the Institute

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2020 STEM - Summer Bootcamp

-Mommy, why is the sky blue?
-Because it just is hun.
-Or is it...?
The Brain Institute of America has partnered with Tutor Doctor to provide answers to these questions and more. Starting today, we have launched the 2020 STEM – Summer Bootcamp program, which encompasses a host of educational courses designed to engage and train student learners to participate in “observational experimentation“.
What does this mean?
Well, to simply ask a question regarding why the world is the way it is, fundamentally is how all children learn. Why are STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) disciplines so difficult to teach? Because we forget science is dictated by the rule of observation!
The summer boot camp hosts a number of classes that discuss the many facets of the biological and physical sciences, and include a foray into the RNA world with an introduction to the RNA Vision program. Importantly, all classes include a take-home lab project that is taught as a "laboratory session" alongside their instructors.
All classes are considered Covid-19 safe and all lab components are non-toxic/kid friendly!
Join us in participating in our summer program by clicking this link here.



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