Imagine a world where people are healthy. There would be less poverty and fewer orphans. There would be stronger economies. There would be political and social stability. There would be hope.
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute was founded in 1976 as an independent non-profit organization at a time when infectious disease research in the U.S. was rare. Ken Stuart, Ph.D., leading a small team of scientists, was looking to solve challenges that were unseen by many, yet radically devastating to millions around the globe.
Today, we strive every day to eliminate the most infectious diseases in the world, including malaria, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and other neglected diseases.
The willingness to reach into new areas, creating new vaccines, drugs and diagnostics that benefit humanity, underlies the spirit of Seattle BioMed.
Imagine the possibilities. We do.
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