The crown jewel of San Antonio’s nationally renowned research institute studying treatments for infectious diseases on Monday named a new director.
The Texas Biomedical Research Institute says its new 10-year strategic vision for the institute’s future – which entails building two new facilities and doubling in staff – is already in motion.
West San Antonio’s biomedical research institute will retool over the next 10 years – doubling its faculty and redesigning its campus – to concentrate more on studying infectious diseases.
San Antonio’s Texas Biomedical Research Institute announced Monday it will design and construct a new biosafety laboratory level 4 or BSL-4 lab.
Dr. Larry S. Schlesinger is an internationally recognized medical scientist with more than 30 years of experience in medicine and infectious disease research.