The Cleveland Clinic Florida Research & Innovation Center is a cutting-edge research institute dedicated to advancing medicine and saving lives through groundbreaking research, discovery and innovation. Researchers work to expedite the timeline of translating basic science discovery to treatments that can extend human life and improve the efficiency of healthcare delivery. FRIC will develop next generation treatments for a broad scope of diseases that result life-threatening illnesses – improving healthcare in Florida and globally.More About Us
The Ted Ross Lab focuses on developing vaccines against cancer and respiratory viruses, including influenza, COVID, respiratory syncytial virus, as well as HIV and arboviruses.Learn More
The Florida Research & Innovation Center complements and expands research currently underway at Cleveland Clinic's five Florida hospitals, as well as Cleveland Clinic's Lerner Research Institute in Cleveland, Ohio. Our facilities span approximately 100,000 sq. ft of dedicated research and support spaces, including state-of-the-art shared resource facilities in flow cytometry, imaging and bioinformatics.Explore Facilities & Cores
Flaviviruses are responsible for widespread global diseases, including Zika, West Nile, Yellow Fever and Dengue.
The fellowship aims to nurture and develop early-career scientists.
The gift from the United Arab Emirates will advance cancer and pathogen research globally.