Structure & Operations
The Institute for Therapeutic Discovery was incorporated as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization in 2003. In addition to its research and educational initiatives, this status requires the Institute to license its technologies to established pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, or biotech companies in order to complete the clinical evaluation and marketing of commercially viable products resulting from the Institute's work.
Based in the greater Albany area, the Institute is incorporated in the State of New York with offices in New York and Virginia. The Institute does not have a large infrastructure. Instead, management’s efforts are concentrated on coordinating the activities of its discovery team with institutional collaborations such as with Brown University, the University of Maine, and the University of Virginia, and with other nonprofit organizations such as The Monroe Institute. This arrangement permits several, high-quality investigations to take place simultaneously.