The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute has launched an initiative to measure public perception of the non-profit applied research center in Indianapolis. You can participate in the anonymous and confidential survey by clicking here.
Billed as the first-industry-led biosciences research institute in the nation, the center’s goal is to attract world class research and scientific talent to target diabetes, metabolic disease, poor nutrition and related health data science. Its partners include Eli Lilly and Co., Cook Medical, Roche Diagnostics, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indiana University Health, Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame.
The IBRI, which already has more than three dozen employees, will ultimately be housed in the Advanced Research and Innovation building currently under construction at the 16 Tech Innovation District, a $500 million project on the near west side of downtown Indianapolis.