At some point in our lives, most of us have been impacted by disease. Whether it was you personally, a family member or a friend, it is worth knowing that the research at BRInj is driven by our commitment to bring hope to those affected by disease.

Led by renowned scientists, our projects are aimed at finding preventions and developing new treatments for diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, stroke, autism spectrum disorders and conditions affecting premature babies.

When you honor someone special by celebrating a memorable moment such as a birthday, wedding, holiday or other tribute, you are helping advance research, bringing us closer to important discoveries, and truly impacting disease prevention and treatment.

Front Closed up DelVechio  Auditorium

The DelVecchio Memorial Auditorium is named in honor of Joseph DelVecchio, an esteemed veteran, father and civic leader. The Auditorium is at the center of activities at BRInj; where we host community seminars, scientific seminars, student presentations, lectures, and many other special events. There are many other naming opportunities available at BRInj, a visible way to honor a major achievement or someone special, while simultaneously contributing to important medical research.

If you are interested in speaking to us directly, would like to discuss giving options, or would like to schedule a tour of BRInj, please contact Italia Castillo at (973) 998-7126.