Blanchette Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute (BRNI) is a unique, independent, non-profit institute dedicated to the study of memory and finding solutions to memory disorders.

Our efforts are concentrated on molecular and structural events that record human memory in the brain.

  • BRNI research develops drugs that facilitate molecular signaling, which controls the functions that record our conscience experience.
  • Some of these same drugs have remarkable potential for rescuing degeneration from many of the major neurological disorders that affect our aging population, such as Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, head trauma and aging itself.
  • BRNI’s mission is further expanded to educate and integrate the entire universe of health care providers and social services through local outreach around diagnosis, treatment and impact of these traumatic diseases and disorders.

Memory is what makes us human. It is how we define ourselves, structure our lives, form our families and social organizations, and share and advance art, science, and technology.


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