Community

We Welcome Your Interest

The CBI community includes stakeholders from across the healthcare innovation system. CBI provides its community members with the opportunity to help shape the future of biomedical innovation. We welcome your interest in collaborating with us as we shape our ongoing strategic vision and inter-disciplinary research and educational activities.

In addition to the broad engagement of the MIT and Harvard-MIT Division of Health Science and Technology (HST) research communities, CBI greatly appreciates the support and participation of the following organizations:

 

Consortium Members and Collaborators (*Consortium Members)

Aetna EMD Millipore* Metabolix*
Allscripts Eur. Medicines Agency (EMA) Millennium Pharmaceuticals*
Alnylam Pharmaceuticals* Genentech* National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Amgen* Genzyme* Natl. Inst. of Standards & Technology (NIST)
Asahi Kasei Bioprocess* Georgetown University NICE
Aquafine UV* Health Canada Novartis Pharma AG*
Baxter* Health Sci. Authority of Singapore (HSA) Novartis Vaccines & Diagnostics
Blue Cross Blue Shield Association Johnson & Johnson* Pfizer*
Biogen Idec* KEW Group Quintiles
BioMarin* Life Technologies sanofi*
Boehringer Ingelheim* Massachusetts General Hospital sanofi pasteur*
Bristol-Myers Squibb* MedImmune* Shire*
Brookings Institution Memorial Sloan-Kettering University of Prince Edward Island
Cntrs. for Disease Cont. and Prev. (CDC) Merial* US Food & Drug Administration (FDA)
Dana Farber Cancer Institute Merrimack Pharmaceuticals*

 

CBI is also grateful to the following foundations for their financial support:

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Kauffman Foundation
Massachusetts Technology Collaborative (John Adams Innovation Institute grant)
Merck Company Foundation (Program on Pharmaceutical Policy Issues grant)

 

For general information on supporting CBI’s goals and mission, please contact us at cbi@mit.edu.
For additional information on supporting the NEWDIGS program, please contact Gigi Hirsch at ghirsch@mit.edu.
For additional information on supporting the BioMAN & CAACB programs, please contact Stacy Springs at ssprings@mit.edu.