What do researchers say about NDRI
Why NDRI is the right solution for your research needs
“We rely heavily on NDRI to fulfill our mission of recovering …tissue from donors. NDRI has been instrumental in acquiring these for us, year after year. The professionalism, organization, timeliness, and high quality of NDRI’s work make them one of our most reliable and productive partners.”
Tom Blanchard, Ph.D., JD
Director, University of Maryland Brain and Tissue Bank
“Currently, there are no animal models that faithfully replicate the intricacies of this multi-organ disease. Without the generosity of LAM donors and availability of these samples through NDRI, there would be no pathway to discovery of biomarkers that reveal insight into immune function in this devastating disease.”
Michael T. Borchers, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati
“NDRI organized the collection of patient tissue samples that would have been extremely difficult to obtain otherwise, these samples have been essential for shaping the new therapeutics we are working on.”
Aubin Michalon, PhD
Senior Research Scientist, Neurimmune Holding AG
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The National Disease Research Interchange is a critical partner providing valuable tissue resources to researchers.
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Learn how the Borchers Lab is “Improving Biomarkers to Predict LAM Progression”
Michael T. Borchers, PhD (seated center), and Borcher Lab
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We offer customized procurement of organ and tissue specimens. NDRI works with investigators to design specific recovery and preservation protocols to meet the donor eligibility and tissue needs suitable for the specific experimental need.
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