San Diego Biomedical Research Institute is dedicated to predict, prevent and alleviate chronic diseases by accelerating medical advances through basic research, science education and community partnerships.
- Conduct studies to prevent onset and progression of HIV/AIDS, diabetes, metastatic cancer and cachexia (skeletal muscle wasting) to improve and extend quality of life.
- Create an environment where scientists freely engage in collaborative research to identify and target common pathways that lead to advanced disease.
- Engage the public with the Institute’s activities to excite scientific inquiry and identify health problems relevant to the community.
- Foster public and private relationships to diversify support for chronic disease research.
News & Events
- May 2016 — San Diego Biomedical Research Institute hosted its 2nd Annual Spring Reception on May 20, 2016. Guests included representatives from research institutions, industry, and philanthropy. See Instagram for photographs of the event.
- May 2016 — San Diego Biomedical researchers find ways to predict the duration of partial remission in children newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Click here for more information.
- April 2016 — SAVE THE DATE: October 28, 2016, San Diego Biomedical, as part of its Communication & Collaboration series, will host an October 28 noon seminar with Sir Dermot Turing. Sir Dermot is a Trustee of Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire (U.K.) and author of Prof: Alan Turing Decoded, a biography of his uncle Alan Turing (1912-1954). Alan Turing was one of Bletchley Park’s leading cryptanalysts and a founder of the science of artificial intelligence whose story was portrayed in the Oscar-winning film, The Imitation Game.
- April 2016 — San Diego Biomedical researcher; Joanna Davies, D.Phil.; receives additional funding from the NIH to identify pathways to explain why some patients with cancer develop severe muscle wasting.