Building collaborations to identify new treatments

Templin Lab collaboration session
IBRI lab coats hanging up

Building effective collaborations is complex, but the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute (IBRI) has been designed from the ground up to make working together easier. The IBRI's policies, incentives and culture promote engagement, entrepreneurship and teamwork by uniting scientific talent and technology from academia and industry to solve some of the most pressing biomedical challenges.

It is our goal to create solutions to patient health problems that wouldn’t be possible in other settings.

Whether you are exploring early screening of pediatric populations for type 1 diabetes, seeking patient biospecimens with specific disease traits, or looking for technologies to help accelerate drug discovery, we invite you to learn about our current research, collaborators, members and scientific resources.



Jay McGill, PhD
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Administration