Seattle Biomedical Research Institute (Seattle BioMed) is the largest independent, non-profit organization in the U.S. focused solely on infectious disease research. Our research is the foundation for new drugs, vaccines and diagnostics that benefit those who need our help most: the 14 million who will otherwise die each year from infectious diseases, including malaria, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis.
Fast Facts About Seattle BioMed:
- Non-profit founded in 1976
- Headquartered in Seattle, the Institute maintains numerous collaborations worldwide
- Approaching 300 employees who come from more than 20 countries
- 14 principal investigators
- More than 100 active research projects
Seattle BioMed’s leadership in scientific discovery has helped Seattle become an international hub of efforts to improve global health. Through collaborations with scientists, research organizations and educators, we strive to make discoveries that will save lives sooner.
Imagine a world free from the threat of infectious disease. At Seattle BioMed, we do.