About The Feinstein Institute
The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research is a unique, disease-oriented biomedical research institution dedicated to advancing science, shaping medicine and making a difference in people’s lives. More than 100 doctors and scientists study disease at all levels — from molecular biology to patient-oriented research — and translate their scientific findings into practical use. Established in 1999, The Feinstein Institute is one of the fastest-growing biomedical research institutes in the country, and is already among the top 6% percent of the more than 3,400 institutions that receive funding from the National Institutes of Health.
Our team of investigators are pioneers working to cure human disease. This is the driving force behind all of The Feinstein Institute's activities — work that moves quickly from the lab to the bedside.
We invite you to find out more about some of our scientists and learn about their life-saving advances in combating diseases and conditions like:
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Heart Attack and Stroke
- Crohn’s and Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Trauma and Sepsis
- Autism and Developmental Concerns
With a focus on human disease, The Feinstein Institute bridges the gap between scientific discovery and patient care. The key to achieving significant advances in medicine — the kind of advances that truly change or save lives — is having the perfect blend of science and people, and cultivating a mindset that encourages the exchange of creative ideas and experiences.
The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research Web Site