Texas Biomedical Research Institute is pioneering and sharing scientific breakthroughs to protect you, your families and our global community from the threat of infectious diseases. Texas Biomed is the only private, non-profit infectious disease research facility to combine nine biocontainment laboratories, including 2 CDC-regulated labs, to study diseases from AIDS to Zika alongside 1 of 7 ethically-operated National Primate Research Centers. Texas Biomed has decades of experience in regulated science required for FDA approval of drugs and vaccines. The Institute has an 80-year history of success that includes work on the first COVID-19 vaccine, the first Ebola treatment, the first Hepatitis-C therapy, and thousands of developmental discoveries. Texas Biomed helps create healthier communities with science that inspires, delivers and heals, because health starts with science.
Texas Biomed’s Global Health Symposium: Science, Global Health and Policy in a Time of Pandemics, brought together a range of thought leaders involved in global health, research, sustainability, and policy. The symposium hosted dozens of speakers during 10 sessions including four plenary addresses from world experts and concurrent sessions with speakers from various sectors. If you were unable to attend a session or would like to view again, visit our Global Health Symposium platform by clicking the On Demand button where all sessions will be available for viewing until June 28, 2021.
Texas Biomedical Research Institute is dedicated to the advancement of human health through basic and translational research into the nature, causes, prevention and eradication of disease. Our scientific programs and research resources are focused in the following areas.