Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute
Mid-Sized Business (10-100M TTM Revenue)
Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute (PNDRI) is an independent, non-profit, bio-medical research institute, founded in 1956 by Dr. William Hutchinson to “correct man’s infirmities”. Today, PNDRI continues to seek cures, treatments, and preventions for human disease using the latest and most promising technologies.
PNDRI believes that better understanding the interaction between the environment and genetics will lead to insights into the prevention of human diseases. This is why we are making significant investments in technologies to analyze large-scale, complex datasets including: high throughput computing, next generation genome sequencing, bioinformatics, and information theory methods.
The expertise and leadership of PNDRI’s scientists in the field of basic diabetes research, coupled with the urgent need for solutions to the global epidemic, keep diabetes at the forefront of research at PNDRI. Our clinical resources and capabilities are at the center of our pursuit to turn scientific discoveries into health impact. With the expansion of our technology and science, it is clear that systems developed at PNDRI apply to the study of many diseases.
|Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute 720 Broadway Seattle, WA, 98122 United States
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