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Crossing Disciplines


Evolving now for more than half a century, the Benaroya Research Institute at the Virginia Mason Research Center in Seattle was formed in 1956 and then reconstituted itself in 2002 as a center for interdisciplinary and translational medicine. When Director Gerald Nepom came on board in 1985, his idea was prescient: to build it with a "more modern molecular and cellular focus on medicine," Nepom says.

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