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Feb 28, 2017

Read about NDRI's new exciting initiatives and recap our 2016 Scientific Symposium and Service to Science Awards Dinner!

Feb 28, 2017

Visit NDRI's YouTube Channel to view our 2016 Scientific Symposium & Service to Science Awards Dinner Recap Videos.

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Nov 18, 2016
It is impossible to overstate the health and economic impact of neurological diseases and pain on our society. NDRI’s 2016 Scientific Symposium will address the critical role of human tissue in biomedical research to advance understanding, treatments and cures for these diseases and conditions which affect so many.
Engage in conversation with renowned scientists and advocates in brain injury, neurological disease and pain as they illuminate the current state of research, the essential role of human tissue, barriers to advancement and the outlook for discovery.

Featuring two robust expert panels: Relief: The Role of Human Tissue in Pain Research and Impact: Brain Tissue as the Fuel of Scientific Discovery moderated by Gary Stix, senior editor, Scientific American.
Oct 17, 2016
In his keynote address, Dr. Omalu will take a hard look at CTE in athletes, military veterans and others who have suffered multiple head traumas. Hear how his findings were summarily dismissed - even ridiculed - by peers and the sports world alike. But he stood his ground in search of truth.
Oct 17, 2016
Join us for an unforgettable evening - a special reception and recognition dinner honoring our supporters whose contributions have helped advance research and improve the lives of patients and their families - come and celebrate!
Sep 15, 2016
NDRI is proud to have provided biospecimens to support the research of two awardees, Dr. William G Kaelin, Jr, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School and Dr. Peter Ratcliffe, University of Oxford, Francis Crick Institute with Von-Hippel Lindau tissue. Congratulations to all winners of the 2016 Lasker Awards!
Sep 09, 2016
“NDRI is proud to have earned CAP Accreditation. This accreditation is testament to the dedication and shared commitment of all of our staff to assuring that the gifts with which we are entrusted to advance biomedical research are managed with the highest scientific standards.” - Bill Leinweber, President & CEO
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