Researchers

NDRI serves as a resource to provide human biospecimens to investigators worldwide. We receive funding from federal agencies, including the National Institutes of Health (NIH), foundations, and corporate partners, to support the recovery and distribution of donated human organs and tissues for use in research programs across multiple disciplines.

Every prospective researcher completes an application process to determine whether the project falls within NDRI’s capabilities and mission. NDRI can provide an array of tissue types from all body systems. Biospecimens are recovered from post-mortem donors, or surgical donors with a range of disease states, including healthy controls. Preservation methods include fresh, frozen, and fixed to be suitable for various analytical techniques. The tissue recovery and preservation are designed to meet the specific needs of approved projects. Visit our Services and Capabilities page to learn more.

NDRI can support researchers from most types of bioscience and biomedical research institutes:

Graphic showing how NDRI works with HTORR, Academic and Corporate researchers

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Read more about how researchers use NDRI-sourced tissue by visiting our Publications page and our Researchers Stories page.

To learn more, contact Scientific Services:
Email us at research@ndriresource.org or call (800) 222-NDRI (6374), ext. 0391

NDRI serves as a resource to provide human biospecimens to investigators worldwide. We receive funding from federal agencies, including the National Institutes of Health (NIH), foundations, and corporate partners, to support the recovery and distribution of donated human organs and tissues for use in research programs across multiple disciplines.

Every prospective researcher completes an application process to determine whether the project falls within NDRI’s capabilities and mission. NDRI can provide an array of tissue types from all body systems. Biospecimens are recovered from post-mortem donors, or surgical donors with a range of disease states, including healthy controls. Preservation methods include fresh, frozen, and fixed to be suitable for various analytical techniques. The tissue recovery and preservation are designed to meet the specific needs of approved projects. Visit our Services and Capabilities page to learn more.

NDRI can support researchers from most types of bioscience and biomedical research institutes:

Graphic showing how NDRI works with HTORR, Academic and Corporate researchers

Click to enlarge

Read about how researchers use NDRI samples from NDRI, visit our Publications page and our Researchers Stories page.

To learn more, contact Scientific Services:
Email us at research@ndriresource.org or call (800) 222-NDRI (6374), ext. 391