Accreditations and Sponsors

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Accreditations

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BBB Certification

The Brain Institute of America (The BIoA) has recently undergone rigorous vetting by the Better Business Bureau. We are proud to announce that the Institute has received very high marks from BBB. We continue to work with BBB and other businesses to establish a collaborative environment that supports neurological research in Connecticut.

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Awards

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ABCT Accelerator Program

The Brain Institute of America (The BIoA) was accepted into the Accelerator for Biosciences in Connecticut (ABCT) program. We are deeply honored to be a part of such an amazing team of entrepreneurs that want to make Connecticut a great place to do business.

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Publons

Here at the Brain Institute of America (The BIoA), we believe it is a priority to publish quality research that have passed the standards of a rigorous scientific review process. By contrast, we are humbled that the academic community requests of us to be the voice of an “expert”, and in providing critical feedback to fellow scientists so as to enhance the quality of their research studies and published research papers. The goal for all us in the scientific community is develop great research projects that answers novel and unexplored problems from of all aspects of biologic research, and quality peer-review is an essential step in such a process.

With that said, we are deeply honored to have been awarded the 2019 Publons Top Reviewer awards in the categories of “Clinical Medicine” and “Cross-Field”, as well as to be a member of the Publons Academy.

Thank you Publons for all of your support over the past years, in our continued efforts to raise the bar of scientific review for all!

                

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Elsevier

The Brain Institute of America (The BIoA) has maintained a long standing partnership with Elsevier, a company with a longstanding track record of providing reliable scientific information to the community. Here are some of the ways in which we have further this mission.

We of course thank Elsevier for the continue support of the Institute’s mission of providing quality peer-reviewed data to those who choose to appreciate the biological sciences.

Non-Profit Partnerships

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Autism Speaks Listing

Part of The Brain Institute of America’s (The BIoA) mission is to provide connections and support for those caring or educating those on the Autism spectrum (ASD). The BIoA is actively engaging with local communities to provide economic support where needed.

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The Brain Institute of America Foundation

The Brain Institute of America Foundation funds new and innovative research programs centered around neurological malignancies and disorders, as well as advocacy and awareness for those with neurological disabilities and those fighting the stigma of mental illness. Funds are provided as grants to recipients for biomedical research dedicated to developing novel cures or solutions to these challenges.

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National Brain Tumor Society

We work with the National Brain Tumor Society in order to advance the discussion of  issues that directly affects the brain tumor community. These areas include relentless advocacy awareness, understanding specific health care policy challenges, and educating the entire world about the importance of defeating brain cancer.

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Educational Partners

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Tutor Doctor

The Brain Institute of America is dedicated towards the mission of educating our youth regarding the awesomeness of STEM-related fields such as science and math. We advocate for change in the US educational system, in part, by developing supplemental educational programs that engage and teach students new facets of biology (see RNA Vision program). The institute has therefore developed partnerships with organizations such as Tutor Doctor in order to help those interested in the math and sciences continue on a successful journey towards STEM-focused careers.