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Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute

About the Research Institute
The Pacific Northwest Research Institute (PNRI) is an independent, non-profit, biomedical research organization, founded in 1956 by Dr. William Hutchinson. The Institute’s rich history of discovery centers on Dr. Hutchinson’s vision that biomedical research holds the promise to “correct man’s infirmities." Today, PNRI continues to seek novel ways to prevent, treat and cure human disease using the latest and most promising technologies and approaches  Research Programs Research at PNRI has historically lead to advances across a wide spectrum of human diseases. Today, the interests of the Institute’s investigators range from genetic and genomic studies on the cellular and metabolic processes that lead to cancer and neurological defects to foundational and clinical studies on pancreatic function and diabetes. In the age of big data, PNRI also invests in pioneering computational approaches to understand the complex biological networks that contribute to both human health and disease