Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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  • Erik Wambre, PhD, discusses the research in his lab that has identified the “bad guy” cells that are responsible for triggering allergic responses. Researchers in his lab found that these cells, Th2A cells, are present in people will all types of allergies and that effective allergy therapy eliminates these cells from the body. His hope is to be able to identify biological indicators that predict ...

Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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  • In Dan Campbell’s laboratory at the Benaroya Research Institute, scientists are studying immune cells in the blood that closely resemble immune cells in the skin in order to learn more about their functions in health and in disease. They have found that these cells play a role in repairing damaged tissue and hope to harness these cells in treatment of chronic wounds and for treatment of autoimmune...

Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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  • Thanks to new approaches from scientists at BRI, the single cell RNA sequencing technique, we can find and capture the destructive T cells that attack the insulin producing cells in the pancreas. We have found that patients with T1D have more of these cells and we are working to learn more about when they appear, whether we can use them to predict and monitor the progression of T1D before symptoms...

Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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  • BRI scientists spend a lot of time taking pictures of tiny cells through a microscope, then trying to imagine the cells in three dimensions. BRI's research technology team has developed an approach to build 3D models of the cells that scientists are studying using data from microscopes - in virtual reality. This technology is allowing BRI scientists to uncover new insights about how the immune sy...

Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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  • Scientists at Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason recently made a critical discovery that could change allergy research forever. By identifying a single type of cell that drives all allergies, called Th2A, allergy research will be more straightforward in the future. Furthermore, manipulating the unique cell could lead to scientists stopping multiple types of allergies.

Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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  • Learn the unique approach scientists take to fight autoimmune diseases at the Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason at http://benaroyaresearch.org Research participant Molly Jo shares her experiences living with MS clinical trials. Learn how she helps scientists Jerry Nepom MD PhD, Carla Greenbaum MD, Jane Buckner MD, and Steven Ziegler PhD with her contributions to BRI's clinical researc...

Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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  • Network Director, Jerry Nepom, MD, PhD, explains why the Immune Tolerance Network (ITN) will be led by Benaroya Research Institute (BRI) in Seattle. The ITN and BRI are both focused on identifying comprehensive approaches to autoimmune diseases and understanding how to reeducate and reprogram the immune system to identify better treatment options for patients. The Immune Tolerance Network designs,...

Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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  • Lynn Rose, PhD, Director of Scientific Administration at Benaroya Research Institute (BRI) is interviewed by Joe Hage on WBBA TV at Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association’s Life Science Innovation Northwest, 2015. They discuss BRI’s research focus on autoimmune disease and the immune system and the types of collaborations that BRI creates in to discover how new therapeutics impact the i...

Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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  • Dr. Greenbaum, world-recognized leader in T1D research and Director, BRI Diabetes Research Program Dr. Greenbaum explains how BRI’s biorepositories connect patients to the science through BRI’s relationships with JDRF and the T1D Exchange funded by The Helmsley Trust. She references Dr. Jerry Nepom and the importance of families, like the Bergs, participating in these biorepositories.

Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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  • Dr. Greenbaum, world-recognized leader in T1D research and Director, BRI Diabetes Research Program, explains what BRI scientists have discovered about why type 1 diabetes occurs in families – and to multiple family members- in families that have never had the disease before. She also explains how medical and clinical research is providing answers about these genetic connections. She references wor...

Benaroya Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute
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