Up-to-the-Minute Report

by TBRI on 03/09/15

On April 2, 2015, from 2:00-3:00pm, TBRI will present to the public an Up-to-the-Minute report describing its research programs and recent discoveries.

World AIDS Day

by TBRI on 12/01/14

Please visit the following site to learn more about World AIDS Day (http://www.aids.gov/news-and-events/awareness-days/world-aids-day/). 

You can find information regarding progress being made in the development of HIV vaccines at the NIH website at  http://www.aids.gov/news-and-events/awareness-days/hiv-vaccine-awareness-day/.

TBRI Cell-E-Bration event

by TBRI on 11/12/14

TBRI will be hosting a Cell-E-Bration event on January  7, 2015 at 5pm in our library.  Dr. Bradley will be providing an overview of what it is we do at TBRI and some insights into our recent discoveries.

Ted Pierson, PhD., Chief of the Viral Pathogenesis Section at NIH, will be the guest speaker at TBRI's Annual Event – 6pm on Nov 11, 2014, at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club

by TBRI on 09/24/14

Dr. Pierson will present an overview of his laboratories work on a number of viruses currently making their way into Florida. The title of his presentation is:


Arboviruses at your doorstep: Combating emerging mosquito-borne viral pathogens of Florida

Arboviruses are viruses transmitted via insect vectors, many of which cause serious disease in humans for which there are no specific therapies. In some notable cases, such as Yellow Fever virus, vaccines have been developed to blunt the impact of several arboviruses on global health. Recent years have brought three medically important arboviruses into the region, including West Nile virus. In his talk, Dr. Pierson will discuss the challenges of developing safe and effective vaccines for three mosquito-borne emerging viral pathogens with significant potential to impact public health in our area.

August 26, 2014 Student Research Symposium

by TBRI on 08/04/14

Please join us and enjoy a review of TBRI's Summer Student Research Program! We will be hearing from TBRI's own, Dr. Guy Bradley, SPC's Dr. Michelle Osovitz and students from SPC, Eckerd College, and Palm Harbor High School!

Informative and enlightening presentations are sure to provide updates on TBRI's ongoing research and how our summer student researchers have been enriched by their experience at TBRI.  Click on the EVENTS page to RSVP.

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