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Company Overview of Texas Biomedical Research Institute

Company Overview

Texas Biomedical Research Institute operates as a biomedical research institution. The company specializes in genetics, virology, and immunology. It conducts research in the areas of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, cancer, psychiatric disorders, problems of pregnancy, AIDS, hepatitis, malaria, parasitic infections, and other infectious diseases. The company was formerly known as Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research and changed its name to Texas Biomedical Research Institute on February 1, 2011. The company was founded in 1941 and is based in San Antonio, Texas.

7620 NW Loop 410

San Antonio, TX 78227-5301

United States

Founded in 1941





Key Executives for Texas Biomedical Research Institute

Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer
Secretary, Trustee and Member of Executive Committee
Assistant Director of Veterinary Resources and Research Support
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Texas Biomedical Research Institute Key Developments

Texas Biomedical Research Institute Announces Resignation of Kenneth P. Trevett as its President and CEO

Texas Biomedical Research Institute has announced the resignation of Kenneth P. Trevett as its President and CEO. Trevett will continue in the position until a successor is hired. Trevett joined the company as president in September, 2008, coming from the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute, where he had served as President and CEO from 2001-2008. His career working with biomedical research, educational and service institutions has spanned more than 35 years and has included leadership positions at Schepens Eye Research Institute in Boston, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, The Jackson Laboratory and Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. Trevett also serves on the Executive Committee of the United Way, and the boards of the San Antonio Medical Foundation and the Texas Research & Technology Foundation. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Southwest Research Institute.

Texas Biomedical Research Institute Appoints Lloyd Phinney as New Assistant Director of Veterinary Resources and Research

A veterinarian with extensive experience at various Defense Department biomedical laboratories has been appointed to a leadership position at Texas Biomedical Research Institute's primate research center. Lloyd Phinney Jr. is the new assistant director of veterinary resources and research support at the institute's Southwest National Primate Research Center in San Antonio. He will supervise the site's veterinary staff and help manage all veterinary resources and research support activities. He previously served as a veterinary corps officer, providing expertise as a laboratory animal medicine veterinarian at five Defense Department biomedical labs in Thailand, Maryland and Texas.

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