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Brain Tumor Biotech Center$1M Donation to Support Feinstein Institute’s New Brain Tumor Biotech Center
The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research has established the world’s first Brain Tumor Biotech Center that will bring together scientists, clinicians and biotech companies to accelerate the delivery of novel drugs for treating the deadly cancer. To support the Feinstein Institute’s efforts, Voices Against Brain Cancer made a $1 million donation to kick-start the new center Read more.

Can the Nervous System Be Hacked?
Dr. Kevin Tracey is a visionary leader and his research in bioelectronic medicine has the potential to revolutionize medicine. Bioelectronic medicine is a new approach to treating a number of diseases. It tells the body to treat itself without taking manufactured drugs and suffering from their side effects. Read more.

 

 

Kevin Tracey, on Putting It Together (After Taking It Apart)
The New York Times’ Corner Office featured Dr. Kevin Tracey, emphasizing the importance of creativity in leadership and innovation. “Innovation has to start with creativity, and creativity means making something. The best way to make something, if you don’t know how to do it, is to take something else apart,” says Dr. Tracey. Read more.

 

 

Areas of Research

The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research is the collaboration of creative thinkers who share a singular focus of advancing science to prevent disease and cure patients. Only the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research empowers imagination, removes barriers to original thought and supports pioneering discovery.

Disease-Oriented Research

It is understood at the Feinstein Institute that greater understanding of disease will lead to greater insight into medical mysteries. Through scientific research, diseases can be eliminated, medicines of tomorrow can be developed, and health can be improved. Clinical trials are leading to diagnostic and medical solutions in such areas as Alzheimer's disease, autism, autoimmune diseases, cancer, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, and rheumatoid arthritis. To help advance medicine, make a donation below.

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Research Studies and Programs

More than 1,500 scientists and researchers are conducting groundbreaking work, evidence through the 2,100 research studies performed annually in our state-of-the-art laboratories. They investigate today's medical mysteries, generate new knowledge and translate discoveries into therapies to advance patient care. Read more to discover some of the research initiatives that are advancing science, shaping medicine and preventing disease.

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Advancing Women in Science and Medicine

The "Advancing Women in Science and Medicine" (AWSM) group was created to advance the career opportunities and satisfaction of women scientists at the Feinstein Institute, and to enhance its visability through scientific productivity and excellence of women scientists. AWSM has developed award programs designed to recognize the achievements of female scientists and also provides networking and mentoring opportunities for faculty, trainees and students. To support AWSM, click donate below.

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