The core mission of The Brain Institute of America is to develop new and innovative biomarkers for a variety of neuro-oncological malignancies. However the Institute promotes and shares new scientific breakthroughs so the community can appreciate the difficult nature of developing safe and effective medicines that target cancer cells within the central nervous system. Since 2016, the Institute has collaborated with scientists and clinicians at local universities and hospitals within the United States, with the purpose of making significant advances in the biomedical research community.
The Brain Institute of America has discovered over 18 valid neuronal-specific noncoding RNA biomolecules that are considered biomarkers of disease severity and progression, and/or are valid targets for subsequent drug discovery platforms
The Brain Institute of America has grown substantially over the years, which could not have been done without the continued support of our many donors and volunteers. Supporting academic institutions are listed below:
- Brandeis University
- Gustavus Adolphus College
- Missouri State University
- New York Institute of Technology
- Southern New Hampshire University
- Tufts Medical Center
- University of New Haven
- Utah Tech University
- Villanova University
....... and list keeps growing!!!
Approximately 58 million American's will be diagnosed with some form of neurological or psychiatric disorder are a leading cause
Please see our video regarding our technology focus and core mission in the biomedical field. We will continue to provide updated and posts and contents regularly.
Please click here for The Brain Institute of America's mission video!
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