The Redstone Acceleration & Innovation Network

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The Redstone Acceleration & Innovation Network (TRAIN) is an organization launched by FasterCures in 2004 established to create opportunities for medical research organizations to discuss and overcome research challenges that cut across all diseases. TRAIN brings together nonprofit disease research organizations to share information, as well as promote collaboration and innovation in disease research. Headed by FasterCures, TRAIN asserts that collaboration is crucial for efficient biomedical advancement. Participating researchers discuss successes, failures, and best practices that provide lessons learned and valuable ideas that could be scaled up to amplify productivity.

Originally named “The Research Acceleration & Innovation Network,” TRAIN was renamed to “The Redstone Acceleration & Innovation Network” in order to honor a generous grant contribution from Sumner Redstone and the Sumner M. Redstone Charitable Foundation.

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