Biomedical Research Infrastructure Center

Biomedical Research Infrastructure Center


The WSSU Biomedical Research Infrastructure Center (BRIC) is a center of excellence dedicated to basic biomedical and translational research to promote the understanding and prevention of human diseases including heart disease, cancer, drug addiction, neurological disorders and pain. Areas of research include biochemical and cellular mechanisms, neuropathology, genetic control of cell growth and differentiation as well as tissue damage and regeneration. Our research in improving minority health is the foundation for new strategies, vaccines and diagnostics necessary to reduce mortality rate in the minority community.  Through dedication of our mission of improving health and our commitment in biomedical and translational research, our aim of training the future generation of scientists are achieved.

News & Events

Dr. Azeez Aileru awarded the 2013 Cedric S. Rodney Distinguished Service Award

Dr. Azeez Aileru and Dr. C. Edward Ebert named one of the Top 20 Science Professors in North Carolina

Dr. Azeez Aileru Awarded the 2013 'Building the Dream Award' for Faculty and Staff at WSSU

MBRS-RISE Scholar Georges Guillaume Wins Outstanding Presentation Award in Immunology

Dr. Exazevia Logan WSSU neuroscientist encourages students to embrace research

Dr. Azeez Aileru Receives 2012 N.C. Triad BioTech Research and Development Excellence Award 

Shuttle Service Available: Every Hour Beginning 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Leaving from WB Atkinson Bldg.

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