Three-dimensional (3D) adipose tissue organoids for disease modeling. Lipid (red), actin (green), nucleus (blue).

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About the Brain Cancer BSI Initiative

Funded by the UM Biosicences Initiative, ourĀ  goal is to capitalize on a recent UM grassroots initiative to create a brain cancer thrust area within the Biointerfaces Institute (BI) that will become a world leader in development and translation of new advanced technological innovations for brain cancer patients.

Our Strategy


Scientific Innovation

New technological interventions poised to improve brain cancer outcomes.


Technology Support

Three Research Cores to aggressively develop and translate technologies.

Research Cores

Engaged Community

Building the scientific, clinical, and entrepreneurial team.


The Biointerfaces Institute brings extensive experience to the collaborations that lead to scientific breakthroughs, successful translation, and advanced learning.

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