Four focused research centers
Applied Data Sciences Center
The Applied Data Sciences Center (ADSC) aims to become a nationally recognized collaboration hub located in Indianapolis, driving multi-organizational and trans-disciplinary projects that leverage integrated yet disparate data sources and advanced data analytics to provide insight into cardio-metabolic disease, including community health, nutrition and related challenges.
IBRI Diabetes Center
The IBRI Diabetes Center (IDC) is highly collaborative and structured to support basic science research seeking to understand the disease while achieving technological breakthroughs in the way we diagnose, treat and manage diabetes in Indiana and beyond.
The research core of the IDC is the Lilly Diabetes Center of Excellence (LDCE), a collaboration between Eli Lilly and Company, the Indiana University School of Medicine and the IBRI. The LDCE aims to become a nexus of strategically aligned basic diabetes research in Indianapolis. The IDC also includes the IBRI's Regenerative Medicine and Metabolic Biology group, which studies beta cell regeneration.
Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Center
The Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Center (PBC) addresses human and animal health by developing biotherapeutics (monoclonal antibodies, peptides and proteins) and vaccines targeting cardiometabolic diseases, diabetes and nutritional health.
The PBC covers the entire value chain from target characterization and lead identification through to candidate evaluation and early-phase clinical development.
Single Cell Analytics Center
The Single Cell Analytics Center (SCAC) is innovating the next generation of diagnostic systems and methods to enable the development of new standards in patient care. The SCAC aspires to be recognized as a center of excellence for the rapid commercial development of bioanalytical technologies as measured by the ability to raise external investment and convert bioanalytical platforms into
The IDC also includes the Regenerative Medicine and Metabolic Biology group, which explores beta cell regeneration.