Coriell In The News
The Institute springs eternal in the latest edition of the Discover Coriell newsletter! We delve into the $14M biobanking award Coriell received from the National Institutes of Health, touch on an important development for our cutting-edge stem cell program, and thank our Coriell ambassadors.
South Jersey Biz magazine identifies Dr. Dorit Berlin, Coriell's Director of Biobanking, as one of the region's leading researchers.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker (D) met with Coriell leadership and staff and learned about the cutting-edge science taking place at the Institute.
Business publication identifies Coriell Institute and its for-profit spinoff venture as crucial components for regional prosperity.
Already the world's leading source for human induced pluripotent stem cell lines, Coriell has reached a significant benchmark with its program.
Dr. Jeffrey Brenner, a MacArthur Fellow and prominent voice in the ongoing healthcare reform discussion, visited Coriell in January and shared his progressive vision with staff.
The New Jersey Technology Council identifies Coriell Life Sciences as the state's breakout tech organization.
Find a warm location and settle into a comfy chair with the fall 2014 edition of Discover Coriell. Read on for an exciting update regarding Coriell's alliance with the U.S. Air Force, learn more about the multi-variant risk reporting model powering Coriell's research study, and catch up on the Institute's revamped online biorepository catalog.
An in-depth CBS News article features samples from the Coriell Biobank researchers are using to examine a potential association between resistance to Ebola virus and a rare genetic disease.
A health writer with the Wall Street Journal cited Coriell Institute's preeminent biobank.
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As a non-profit institute, Coriell is fortunate to be engaged in several federally-funded awards. However, we rely on private philanthropy for our more cutting-edge, independent research. Thank you for supporting science!