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Auburn University Auburn Plant Diagnostic Lab

ALFA Building 961 S Donahue Dr Auburn, AL 36849The Plant Diagnostic Lab provides three major services: Plant samples are examined for disease, insect, nutrient, cultural, and herbicide problems. Soil samples are analyzed for plant parasitic nematodes. Insect samples are identified. In addition to the above, plant and fungal identifications are also made. After samples are examined, tested, analyzed, and/or identified, Extension Specialists respond with the diagnosis or identification and control recommendation(s). Samples received at the Plant Diagnostic Lab may be examined by plant pathologists, nematologists, entomologists, agronomists, horticulturists, or weed scientists, depending upon the sample. Responses are sent by phone, e-mail, fax, or letter. Generally, our responses are made within one week from the time of sample receipt. Some tests and /analyses require more time. Before sending samples to the lab, consult our publications for more information on the lab and for directions on collecting, packaging and mailing plant, soil, and insect samples (ANR-0450 and ANR-0114) Also, examine and download our plant (ANR-0089), soil nematode (ANR-00F7), and/or insect forms as appropriate. Fill out the form for your sample with as much information as possible. When inadequate samples are sent with inadequate information, diagnoses and analyses and recommendations cannot be made.

Auburn University Auburn Plant Diagnostic Lab

961 South Donahue Drive Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesThe Plant Diagnostic Lab provides three major services: Plant samples are examined for disease, insect, nutrient, cultural, and herbicide problems. Soil samples are analyzed for plant parasitic nematodes. Insect samples are identified. In addition to the above, plant and fungal identifications are also made. After samples are examined, tested, analyzed, and/or identified, Extension Specialists respond with the diagnosis or identification and control recommendation(s). Samples received at the Plant Diagnostic Lab may be examined by plant pathologists, nematologists, entomologists, agronomists, horticulturists, or weed scientists, depending upon the sample. Responses are sent by phone, e-mail, fax, or letter. Generally, our responses are made within one week from the time of sample receipt. Some tests and /analyses require more time. Before sending samples to the lab, consult our publications for more information on the lab and for directions on collecting, packaging and mailing plant, soil, and insect samples (ANR-0450 and ANR-0114) Also, examine and download our plant (ANR-0089), soil nematode (ANR-00F7), and/or insect forms as appropriate. Fill out the form for your sample with as much information as possible. When inadequate samples are sent with inadequate information, diagnoses and analyses and recommendations cannot be made.

Radiant Research

516 Brookwood Blvd.Radiant Research offers phase I-IV clinical research services including project management, quality assurance, biostatistics, and clinical monitoring with expertise in dermatology, endocrinology, infectious disease, and metabolism.

Auburn University Museum of Natural History

Biodiversity Learning Center, 381 Mell St, Auburn University, AL 36849The world we live in is incredibly diverse. Despite over 250 years of Linnean taxonomy we have managed to only describe 2 million of the 10-30 million plant, animal, fungal, and bacterial species that inhabit our planet. Through their collections, natural history museums like the Auburn University Museum of Natural History provide access to specimens that are integral to studying and understanding Earth’s biodiversity. Scientists have used the wealth of data contained within these important collections to learn just about everything we know about species’ diversity, morphology, anatomy, genetics, and distributions. Collections help us to understand how species have changed through time and most importantly how the actions of humans are impacting them.

Auburn University Museum of Natural History

381 Mell Street Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesThe world we live in is incredibly diverse. Despite over 250 years of Linnean taxonomy we have managed to only describe 2 million of the 10-30 million plant, animal, fungal, and bacterial species that inhabit our planet. Through their collections, natural history museums like the Auburn University Museum of Natural History provide access to specimens that are integral to studying and understanding Earth’s biodiversity. Scientists have used the wealth of data contained within these important collections to learn just about everything we know about species’ diversity, morphology, anatomy, genetics, and distributions. Collections help us to understand how species have changed through time and most importantly how the actions of humans are impacting them.

Alabama State University CBRT - Radioactive Core

915 S. Jackson Street Montgomery, AL 36104This facility (~170 sq. ft.) houses a MicroBeta liquid scintillation counter and a 96-well cell harvester. This counter is being used to count thymidine incorporation in proliferating cells.

Alabama Specialty Products

152 Metal Samples Road P.O. Box 8 Munford AL 36268 USAAlabama Specialty Products offers materials processing.

Alabama Specialty Products

Munford, AL United StatesAlabama Specialty Products offers materials processing.

Auburn University Adaptive Materials Laboratory

Davis Hall 141 Engineering Dr Auburn, AL 36849The Adaptive Aerostructures part of the lab consists of two rooms, AE 217, which is used for design and some testing, and AE 222, which doubles as the Composites Lab since adaptive aerostructures are made primarily from composite materials. AE 222 contains equipment and work space necessary to manufacture small thermoset composite parts and test specimens. A microprocessor-controlled, floor model, Blue-M convection oven with internal dimensions of 48 in x 48 in x 36 in is employed to cure composite parts. Cold storage equipment is available for long-term thermoset prepreg storage. Structural test data is obtained for the manufactured composite specimens by using the servo-hydraulic testing machine and the data acquisition equipment in the Structures Laboratory.

Auburn University Adaptive Materials Laboratory

141 Engineering Drive Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesThe Adaptive Aerostructures part of the lab consists of two rooms, AE 217, which is used for design and some testing, and AE 222, which doubles as the Composites Lab since adaptive aerostructures are made primarily from composite materials. AE 222 contains equipment and work space necessary to manufacture small thermoset composite parts and test specimens. A microprocessor-controlled, floor model, Blue-M convection oven with internal dimensions of 48 in x 48 in x 36 in is employed to cure composite parts. Cold storage equipment is available for long-term thermoset prepreg storage. Structural test data is obtained for the manufactured composite specimens by using the servo-hydraulic testing machine and the data acquisition equipment in the Structures Laboratory.

Auburn University Hunger Solutions Institute

210 Spidle Hall Auburn, Alabama 36849HUNGER SOLUTIONS INSTITUTE STORY There is nothing more fundamental to the quality of life than the need for sufficient food. Inadequate nutrition leaves children vulnerable to disease and early death and greatly increases the risk of maternal mortality. It can permanently diminish individual potential, cripple communities and damage a country’s ability to compete in the global marketplace. Yet hunger and malnutrition are solvable problems. That is why Auburn’s War on Hunger is waged on the local, national and international fronts – from educating, motivating and activating students through Universities Fighting World Hunger activities on hundreds of campuses to the partnership-building and information-sharing activities of the Hunger Solutions Institute. This grassroots and educational outreach effort was launched in 1994 in partnership with the UN World Food Programme (WFP) and has spread to nearly 300 campuses around the world. The Institute was established by the College of Human Sciences and the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station at Auburn University in February 2012 in an effort to further Auburn’s nationally recognized efforts around food security domestically and globally.

Auburn University Hunger Solutions Institute

Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesHUNGER SOLUTIONS INSTITUTE STORY There is nothing more fundamental to the quality of life than the need for sufficient food. Inadequate nutrition leaves children vulnerable to disease and early death and greatly increases the risk of maternal mortality. It can permanently diminish individual potential, cripple communities and damage a country’s ability to compete in the global marketplace. Yet hunger and malnutrition are solvable problems. That is why Auburn’s War on Hunger is waged on the local, national and international fronts – from educating, motivating and activating students through Universities Fighting World Hunger activities on hundreds of campuses to the partnership-building and information-sharing activities of the Hunger Solutions Institute. This grassroots and educational outreach effort was launched in 1994 in partnership with the UN World Food Programme (WFP) and has spread to nearly 300 campuses around the world. The Institute was established by the College of Human Sciences and the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station at Auburn University in February 2012 in an effort to further Auburn’s nationally recognized efforts around food security domestically and globally.

Alabama State University Center for NanoBiotechnology Research

Life Sciences Bldg., Rm. 305 915 S. Jackson St. Montgomery, AL 36104The Center for NanoBiotechnology Research aims to enhance research infrastructure to perform world-class research in the emerging new areas of Nanobiotechnology and Nanogenomics.

Acrotein ChemBio, Inc.

2194 Parkway Lake Dr Ste #K Hoover, AL, 35244 United StatesAt Acrotein Chembio, Inc., our mission is to be known around the world as the leading manufacturer and supplier of the highest purity chemicals with expertise in unnatural amino acids and building blocks for research and pharmaceutical product development. With experienced chemists and state-of-the-art equipments including Bruker 400M NMR, LC-MS, HPLC etc., Acrotein Chembio has established robust R&D capability for any challenging synthetic projects with assurance of high product quality. Consistent high quality, competitive price and timely delivery are the foundation of our reputation. Our Services include: Research products (20000+ unique catalog products), Custom synthesis, Process and contract manufacturing.

Acrotein ChemBio, Inc.

2194 Parkway Lake Dr Ste #K Hoover, AL, 95244 United StatesAt Acrotein Chembio, Inc., our mission is to be known around the world as the leading manufacturer and supplier of the highest purity chemicals with expertise in unnatural amino acids and building blocks for research and pharmaceutical product development. With experienced chemists and state-of-the-art equipments including Bruker 400M NMR, LC-MS, HPLC etc., Acrotein Chembio has established robust R&D capability for any challenging synthetic projects with assurance of high product quality. Consistent high quality, competitive price and timely delivery are the foundation of our reputation. Our Services include: Research products (20000+ unique catalog products), Custom synthesis, Process and contract manufacturing.

Acrotein ChemBio, Inc.

2194 Suite K, Riverchase Business Park, Parkway Lake Drive Hoover, AL, 35244 United StatesAt Acrotein Chembio, Inc., our mission is to be known around the world as the leading manufacturer and supplier of the highest purity chemicals with expertise in unnatural amino acids and building blocks for research and pharmaceutical product development. With experienced chemists and state-of-the-art equipments including Bruker 400M NMR, LC-MS, HPLC etc., Acrotein Chembio has established robust R&D capability for any challenging synthetic projects with assurance of high product quality. Consistent high quality, competitive price and timely delivery are the foundation of our reputation. Our Services include: Research products (20000+ unique catalog products), Custom synthesis, Process and contract manufacturing.

Auburn University Marriage and Family Therapy Center

Glanton House, Alabama"We believe in the value of relationships, and that all people should have the opportunity to be healthy, happy and abuse-free. We are here to facilitate that opportunity, and help our clients achieve the goals that they set forth for their relationships. We believe in the agency of our clients, and with support and encouragement, great changes are possible." MISSION "Relationships are everything. They cut across every area of your life - your family, your work, your friendships, what you do for fun and recreation. Healthy relationships are the source of real joy and satisfaction in our lives. Sometimes things go wrong in relationships, but that does not mean there is not a way forward. We are here to help you nurture the very best relationships possible and be your best in those relationships. We are here to help you when relationships seem to go wrong - to help you find you way back to something good again"

Auburn University Marriage and Family Therapy Center

AL United States"We believe in the value of relationships, and that all people should have the opportunity to be healthy, happy and abuse-free. We are here to facilitate that opportunity, and help our clients achieve the goals that they set forth for their relationships. We believe in the agency of our clients, and with support and encouragement, great changes are possible." MISSION "Relationships are everything. They cut across every area of your life - your family, your work, your friendships, what you do for fun and recreation. Healthy relationships are the source of real joy and satisfaction in our lives. Sometimes things go wrong in relationships, but that does not mean there is not a way forward. We are here to help you nurture the very best relationships possible and be your best in those relationships. We are here to help you when relationships seem to go wrong - to help you find you way back to something good again"

Auburn University Research Instrumentation Facility (AURIF)

32 Life Sciences Building Auburn University, AL 36849Established in 1990 with funds provided by the Office of Vice President for Research, the Auburn University Research Instrumentation Facility (AURIF) is foremost a research instrumentation and service facility. Its services are available to Auburn faculty, staff, and student researchers; other in-state and out-of-state institutions; and to businesses and private industry. The facility is used extensively for research in the areas of biological sciences, engineering, geological sciences, polymer, fiber and material science, veterinarian medicine, pharmacal sciences, and nanotechology. Complete individual training, familiarization with instrumentation, and assistance with specimen preparation are available upon request. Instrument use, training, and some technical services are provided on a fee-charge basis.

Auburn University Research Instrumentation Facility (AURIF)

Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesEstablished in 1990 with funds provided by the Office of Vice President for Research, the Auburn University Research Instrumentation Facility (AURIF) is foremost a research instrumentation and service facility. Its services are available to Auburn faculty, staff, and student researchers; other in-state and out-of-state institutions; and to businesses and private industry. The facility is used extensively for research in the areas of biological sciences, engineering, geological sciences, polymer, fiber and material science, veterinarian medicine, pharmacal sciences, and nanotechology. Complete individual training, familiarization with instrumentation, and assistance with specimen preparation are available upon request. Instrument use, training, and some technical services are provided on a fee-charge basis.

Atherotech Diagnostics Lab

201 London Parkway Birmingham, AL 35211 USAAtherotech is a privately held cardio-diagnostic company focusing on direct measurement of the comprehensive lipid profile using the company's VAP (Vertical Auto Profile) technology.

Auburn University AL Supercomputing Center (ASC)

Cummings Research Park West, 686 Discovery Drive, Huntsville, AlabamaProvide a professional portfolio of information technology resources and services for the advancement of education, research, and economic development in Alabama. The Alabama Supercomputer Authority is an Alabama public corporation with the mission to develop and operate the statewide Alabama Research and Education Network and the Alabama Supercomputer Center . The Authority has a 21-member Board of Directors which sets policy and direction. The Board is appointed by the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Speaker of the House, and Council of Presidents. Funding for the Authority comes from the Alabama Education Trust Fund, from fee for service, and from federal contracts and grants. Services are provided statewide by the Authority staff and through a professional services and facilities management contractor, Computer Sciences Corporation.

Auburn University AL Supercomputing Center (ASC)

686 Discovery Drive Northwest Huntsville, AL, 35806 United StatesProvide a professional portfolio of information technology resources and services for the advancement of education, research, and economic development in Alabama. The Alabama Supercomputer Authority is an Alabama public corporation with the mission to develop and operate the statewide Alabama Research and Education Network and the Alabama Supercomputer Center . The Authority has a 21-member Board of Directors which sets policy and direction. The Board is appointed by the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Speaker of the House, and Council of Presidents. Funding for the Authority comes from the Alabama Education Trust Fund, from fee for service, and from federal contracts and grants. Services are provided statewide by the Authority staff and through a professional services and facilities management contractor, Computer Sciences Corporation.

Alabama State University CBRT - Immunology Core

915 S. Jackson Street Montgomery, AL 36104This facility (~650 sq. ft. in LSB 341) houses a BD FACSCanto II 8-color analyzer, a BioScan Chameleon V Multi-Label Microplate Reader, a Bio-Plex 200, a Forcyte hematological analyzer, an Odyssey imager, and an ELISA plate reader.

Auburn University Flow Visualization Lab

141 Engineering Dr Auburn, AL 36849It has been often said that "a picture is worth a thousand words." The Flow Visualization Lab is the realization of this axiom in regard to fluid flow. Air is a "watery fluid" and the flow of water, which is more easily visualized than the flow of air, maybe used to learn a great deal about the basic mechanisms involved in both media. The principal equipment in this lab is a 45 cm x 45 cm test section water tunnel. The water tunnel has a maximum speed of 1.2 meters per second and is equipped latest instrumentation for visualization and flow measurements. This includes planar and stereoscopic particle image velocimeter, hot film anemometer, high speed imager, pulsed and continuous wavefront lasers for laser induced fluorescence, and a multiple color dye injection system.

Auburn University Flow Visualization Lab

141 Engineering Drive Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesIt has been often said that "a picture is worth a thousand words." The Flow Visualization Lab is the realization of this axiom in regard to fluid flow. Air is a "watery fluid" and the flow of water, which is more easily visualized than the flow of air, maybe used to learn a great deal about the basic mechanisms involved in both media. The principal equipment in this lab is a 45 cm x 45 cm test section water tunnel. The water tunnel has a maximum speed of 1.2 meters per second and is equipped latest instrumentation for visualization and flow measurements. This includes planar and stereoscopic particle image velocimeter, hot film anemometer, high speed imager, pulsed and continuous wavefront lasers for laser induced fluorescence, and a multiple color dye injection system.

Albumin Bioscience

895 Martin Road, SW, Suite C Huntsville, Alabama 35824Albumin Bioscience, a business unit of Albumin Therapeutics, is focused on providing specialized albumin products and services to promote the understanding and facilitate applications of human serum albumin in academic research, cell culture and therapeutic development. Our principal product, AlbagenTM, is a patented, high purity, animal free hypoallergenic recombinant human serum albumin specifically formulated for a variety specialized applications. Other products include recombinant human serum albumin domains I, II, and III, human serum albumin domain specific antibodies, and high purity recombinant mouse serum albumin.

Auburn University Leach Nuclear Science Center

Leach Science Center 380 Duncan Dr Auburn, AL 36849The center offers access to a 2 MV tandem particle accelerator equipped with an rf charge exchange ion source and a dedicated SNICS (source of negative ions from cesium sputtering) heavy ion source. The rf source produces He ion beams and the SNICS source produces a broad range of heavy ion beams. Uses include fast neutron activation analysis, neutron time of flight spectrometry, Rutherford backscattering spectrometry, light ion channeling, proton-induced X-ray emission, nuclear reaction analysis, and heavy ion implantation.

Auburn University Leach Nuclear Science Center

380 Duncan Drive Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesThe center offers access to a 2 MV tandem particle accelerator equipped with an rf charge exchange ion source and a dedicated SNICS (source of negative ions from cesium sputtering) heavy ion source. The rf source produces He ion beams and the SNICS source produces a broad range of heavy ion beams. Uses include fast neutron activation analysis, neutron time of flight spectrometry, Rutherford backscattering spectrometry, light ion channeling, proton-induced X-ray emission, nuclear reaction analysis, and heavy ion implantation.

Auburn University COSAM NMR Center

179 Chemistry Building | Auburn, Alabama 36849The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry houses three Time-of-Flight mass spectrometers that are crucial to the performance of many kinds of chemical research. Users of TOF instruments and data systems can routinely receive technical support in mass spectrometry experiments that includes method development, data acquisition and result interpretation from service personnel. The GCT premier is interfaced to a gas chromatograph and is equipped with a direct inlet and a solids probe. EI and CI ionization modes are available and resulting spectra can be searched against the NIST03 compound library for structural matches. The Q-TOF premier has a full range of modern mass spectrometric techniques available, including MS, MSMS, Survey, PID neutral, PID product, MSE and DDAX scanning methods. Acquired data have high resolution and less than 5 ppm mass errors. ESI and APPI ionization at nano/anlytical flow rate are available for polar and non-polar liquid samples delivered by the Acquity UPLC system with HT autosampler. The Bruker Microflex matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization (MALDI-TOF) mass spectrometer is ideal for protein and polymer studies. The Department's mass spectrometry capability is greatly enhanced by Waters mass spectrometers that provide accurate mass measurement and that have made compositional analysis possible. Research that involves organic synthesis, ligand interaction, peptide/protein sequencing and many other areas of chemistry requires mass spectrometry tools.

Auburn University COSAM NMR Center

Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesThe Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry houses three Time-of-Flight mass spectrometers that are crucial to the performance of many kinds of chemical research. Users of TOF instruments and data systems can routinely receive technical support in mass spectrometry experiments that includes method development, data acquisition and result interpretation from service personnel. The GCT premier is interfaced to a gas chromatograph and is equipped with a direct inlet and a solids probe. EI and CI ionization modes are available and resulting spectra can be searched against the NIST03 compound library for structural matches. The Q-TOF premier has a full range of modern mass spectrometric techniques available, including MS, MSMS, Survey, PID neutral, PID product, MSE and DDAX scanning methods. Acquired data have high resolution and less than 5 ppm mass errors. ESI and APPI ionization at nano/anlytical flow rate are available for polar and non-polar liquid samples delivered by the Acquity UPLC system with HT autosampler. The Bruker Microflex matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization (MALDI-TOF) mass spectrometer is ideal for protein and polymer studies. The Department's mass spectrometry capability is greatly enhanced by Waters mass spectrometers that provide accurate mass measurement and that have made compositional analysis possible. Research that involves organic synthesis, ligand interaction, peptide/protein sequencing and many other areas of chemistry requires mass spectrometry tools.

Accel Clinical Services

2017 Canyon Road, Birmingham, AL 35216 USAAccel Clinical Services owns and operates industry-leading clinical research sites that specialize in a full range of indications. We pride ourselves on delivering quality and speed to our pharmaceutical and bio-technology Sponsors, as well as all leading Clinical Research Organizations (CRO’s).

Advancing Sight Network

500 Robert Jemison RD Birmingham, AL, 35209-3070 United StatesAdvancing Sight Network (ASN) began its operations 51 years ago as the first eye bank in Alabama (the Alabama Eye Bank). ASN is a certified 501c3 nonprofit organization and an accredited member of the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) and registered with the FDA as a human tissue facility under FEI #3000215034. The Precision Ocular Biobank (POB), a division of ASN specializing in biobanking and distributing ocular tissue for research, is registered with the International Society of Biological and Environmental Repositories and is certified through the Canadian Tissue Repository Network. ASN is one of the largest eye banking networks and is a recognized national leader. ASN/POB is a partnered with over research 15 groups, working with major academic institutions and leading pharmaceuticals and biotechs. ASN/POB recently developed and the OcularGeneScreenTM, the first ever post-mortem SNP gene screening panel to shed light on the genetic basis of AMD, glaucoma and Fuch's dystrophy..

Advancing Sight Network

500 Robert Jemison RD Birmingham, AL, 35209-3070 United StatesAdvancing Sight Network (ASN) began its operations 51 years ago as the first eye bank in Alabama (the Alabama Eye Bank). ASN is a certified 501c3 nonprofit organization and an accredited member of the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) and registered with the FDA as a human tissue facility under FEI #3000215034. The Precision Ocular Biobank (POB), a division of ASN specializing in biobanking and distributing ocular tissue for research, is registered with the International Society of Biological and Environmental Repositories and is certified through the Canadian Tissue Repository Network. ASN is one of the largest eye banking networks and is a recognized national leader. ASN/POB is a partnered with over research 15 groups, working with major academic institutions and leading pharmaceuticals and biotechs. ASN/POB recently developed and the OcularGeneScreenTM, the first ever post-mortem SNP gene screening panel to shed light on the genetic basis of AMD, glaucoma and Fuch's dystrophy..

AmeriCare

Birmingham, AL United StatesAmeriCare of Alabama provides non-medical home and health services.

Auburn University Asphalt and Materials Laboratory

Harbert Center 205 W Magnolia Av Auburn, AL 36849The Auburn University Asphalt and Materials Laboratory is located in the basement of the Harbert Engineering Center. This laboratory provides undergraduate and graduate students with exposure to hot mix asphalt (HMA) design, aggregate specification testing, assessments of fundamental materials properties, and hands-on experience with state-of-the-art automated field data collection.

Auburn University Asphalt and Materials Laboratory

205 West Magnolia Avenue Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesThe Auburn University Asphalt and Materials Laboratory is located in the basement of the Harbert Engineering Center. This laboratory provides undergraduate and graduate students with exposure to hot mix asphalt (HMA) design, aggregate specification testing, assessments of fundamental materials properties, and hands-on experience with state-of-the-art automated field data collection.

Auburn University CVM Flow Cytometry Lab

166 Greene Hall, Auburn University Alabama 36849

Auburn University CVM Flow Cytometry Lab

166 Green Street Auburn, AL, 36830 United States

Auburn University Advanced Laser Diagnostics Laboratory

345 W Magnolia Av Auburn, AL 36849The facility specializes in the development and application of laser diagnostics for fluid dynamic measurements. Areas of specialization include high-repetition rate flow visualization (up to 1 million frames/sec) and three-dimensional imaging. The centerpiece of the laboratory is a custom-built pulse burst laser system with the ability to produce a burst of high-energy (~10-100 mJ) laser pulses at repetition rates up to 10 MHz. The laser, is an Nd:YAG base laser system and has been used in the past to make high-repetition rate planar flow visualization, particle image velocimetry (PIV) and planar Doppler velocimetry (PDV) measurements in supersonic flow fields.

Auburn University Advanced Laser Diagnostics Laboratory

345 West Magnolia Avenue Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesThe facility specializes in the development and application of laser diagnostics for fluid dynamic measurements. Areas of specialization include high-repetition rate flow visualization (up to 1 million frames/sec) and three-dimensional imaging. The centerpiece of the laboratory is a custom-built pulse burst laser system with the ability to produce a burst of high-energy (~10-100 mJ) laser pulses at repetition rates up to 10 MHz. The laser, is an Nd:YAG base laser system and has been used in the past to make high-repetition rate planar flow visualization, particle image velocimetry (PIV) and planar Doppler velocimetry (PDV) measurements in supersonic flow fields.

Auburn University Soil, Forage, & Water Testing Laboratory

ALFA Building 961 S. Donahue Drive Auburn University, AL 36849-5411The Soil, Forage and Water Testing Laboratory at Auburn University was established in February 1953 as a cooperative effort of the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. The primary mission of the lab is to provide an unbiased and economical fertilizer and lime recommendation service to Alabama growers. To obtain supplies or information for any of these and other services, please contact either your county Extension System office or the Soil & Forage Testing Laboratory. The lab is located at the ALFA Agricultural Services & Research Building, 961 S. Donahue Drive, and is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 12:00 pm, and 1:00 to 5:00 pm.

Auburn University X-Ray Diffraction Facility

166 Chemistry Building Auburn University, AlabamaThe facility offers access to a Bruker APEX single crystal X-ray diffractometer and a Rigaku powder X-ray diffractometer.

Auburn University X-Ray Diffraction Facility

Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesThe facility offers access to a Bruker APEX single crystal X-ray diffractometer and a Rigaku powder X-ray diffractometer.

Auburn University Hanna Center Plant Diagnostic Lab

2612 Lane Park Road Birmingham, Al. 35223The function of the Birmingham Plant Diagnostics Lab is to identify disease causing pathogens of plants and recommend appropriate treatments for their control. In the human medical field, this is the same function that a diagnostic lab would perform for a medical doctor. The ultimate goal of the diagnostic lab is to reduce the misuse and the overuse of pesticides in our landscape settings. Accurate disease diagnosis is the first step in reaching this goal. Diagnostic techniques include visual as well as microscopic examination, culture isolation, serology, bioassays, and other biotic tests. Soil testing includes pH levels and total soluble salts. Complete soil testing will be referred to the Auburn University Soil Testing Lab. This state-of-the-art facility is staffed with a plant pathologist/diagnostician and offers a place where homeowners and commercial representatives can bring their plants to be diagnosed for a minimal fee. Services include: Visual examination for disease as well as for insect, nutritional, cultural, and herbicide problems. Microscopic evaluation to determine a disease-causing agent. Tissue culture isolation for various fungal or bacterial identification. A variety of specific diagnostic tests as needed. Soil pH testing (Regular soil testing will be conducted at Auburn University.) Collaboration with the ACES/AAES Soil & Forage Testing Laboratory at Auburn University, the Auburn Plant Diagnostics Lab, entomologists, weed scientists, horticulturists, and pathologists.

Auburn University Hanna Center Plant Diagnostic Lab

2612 Lane Park Road Birmingham, AL, 35223 United StatesThe function of the Birmingham Plant Diagnostics Lab is to identify disease causing pathogens of plants and recommend appropriate treatments for their control. In the human medical field, this is the same function that a diagnostic lab would perform for a medical doctor. The ultimate goal of the diagnostic lab is to reduce the misuse and the overuse of pesticides in our landscape settings. Accurate disease diagnosis is the first step in reaching this goal. Diagnostic techniques include visual as well as microscopic examination, culture isolation, serology, bioassays, and other biotic tests. Soil testing includes pH levels and total soluble salts. Complete soil testing will be referred to the Auburn University Soil Testing Lab. This state-of-the-art facility is staffed with a plant pathologist/diagnostician and offers a place where homeowners and commercial representatives can bring their plants to be diagnosed for a minimal fee. Services include: Visual examination for disease as well as for insect, nutritional, cultural, and herbicide problems. Microscopic evaluation to determine a disease-causing agent. Tissue culture isolation for various fungal or bacterial identification. A variety of specific diagnostic tests as needed. Soil pH testing (Regular soil testing will be conducted at Auburn University.) Collaboration with the ACES/AAES Soil & Forage Testing Laboratory at Auburn University, the Auburn Plant Diagnostics Lab, entomologists, weed scientists, horticulturists, and pathologists.

Auburn University Auburn Laboratory for Imaging Animal Systems

Greene Hall 1130 Wire Rd Auburn, AL 36849The goal of Project ALIAS is to provide support for Auburn researchers attempting to address complex biology questions using small animal imaging. Bioluminescence, fluorescence and radiologic imaging modalities are available for use in small animals for the purpose of assessing the various disease progression models (e.g. Atherosclerosis, Diabetes, Infectious Disease and Cancer) and evaluating efficacy of indicated or novel therapies to alter disease progression. Services Operating all existing imaging and physiology equipment contained in the center Providing consultation to investigators regarding the design, performance and analysis of animal imaging experiments Ensuring proper maintenance and calibration of the equipment assigned to the laboratory Ensuring that all experiments conducted within the Laboratory are performed according to approved protocols

Auburn University Auburn Laboratory for Imaging Animal Systems

1130 Wire Road Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesThe goal of Project ALIAS is to provide support for Auburn researchers attempting to address complex biology questions using small animal imaging. Bioluminescence, fluorescence and radiologic imaging modalities are available for use in small animals for the purpose of assessing the various disease progression models (e.g. Atherosclerosis, Diabetes, Infectious Disease and Cancer) and evaluating efficacy of indicated or novel therapies to alter disease progression. Services Operating all existing imaging and physiology equipment contained in the center Providing consultation to investigators regarding the design, performance and analysis of animal imaging experiments Ensuring proper maintenance and calibration of the equipment assigned to the laboratory Ensuring that all experiments conducted within the Laboratory are performed according to approved protocols

Accelovance

2089 Cecil Ashburn Drive, Suite 203 Huntsville, AL 35802Acclovance provides clinical development and research services.

Auburn University NSF CAVE3 Research Center

1418 Wiggins Hall Auburn, Alabama 36849The Center for Advanced Vehicle and Extreme Environment Electronics (CAVE3) at Auburn University is dedicated to working with industry in developing and implementing new technologies for the packaging and manufacturing of electronics with special emphasis on the cost, harsh environment and reliability requirements of the vehicle industry. Center personnel work directly with the member companies to identify challenges and opportunities for new materials, processes and approaches to the production of electronics. The member companies select the research projects. Semi-annual project reviews, visits, monthly updates and frequent phone calls maintain a close interaction between the industrial members and Center researchers. CAVE3 currently has 30 members teamed up with Auburn representing material, component, equipment and electronics assembly companies.

Auburn University NSF CAVE3 Research Center

354 War Eagle Way Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesThe Center for Advanced Vehicle and Extreme Environment Electronics (CAVE3) at Auburn University is dedicated to working with industry in developing and implementing new technologies for the packaging and manufacturing of electronics with special emphasis on the cost, harsh environment and reliability requirements of the vehicle industry. Center personnel work directly with the member companies to identify challenges and opportunities for new materials, processes and approaches to the production of electronics. The member companies select the research projects. Semi-annual project reviews, visits, monthly updates and frequent phone calls maintain a close interaction between the industrial members and Center researchers. CAVE3 currently has 30 members teamed up with Auburn representing material, component, equipment and electronics assembly companies.

Auburn University Aerodynamics Laboratory

152 Wilmore Dr Auburn, AL 36849This lab includes two subsonic and three supersonic wind tunnels as well as a low-speed smoke tunnel for flow visualization. The principal tunnel used for research is a closed-circuit, single-return, low-speed wind tunnel with a 3 ft by 4.25 ft test section in which the flow speed may be varied from 0 to approximately 140 mph. Different types of mounting hardware and balances are available, including floor mounted with a six degree-of freedom balance and angle of attack control, and sting-mounted with a three degree-of-freedom balance.

Auburn University Aerodynamics Laboratory

Wilmore Drive Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesThis lab includes two subsonic and three supersonic wind tunnels as well as a low-speed smoke tunnel for flow visualization. The principal tunnel used for research is a closed-circuit, single-return, low-speed wind tunnel with a 3 ft by 4.25 ft test section in which the flow speed may be varied from 0 to approximately 140 mph. Different types of mounting hardware and balances are available, including floor mounted with a six degree-of freedom balance and angle of attack control, and sting-mounted with a three degree-of-freedom balance.

Auburn University Genomics & Sequencing Lab

151 ALFA Building 961 South Donahue Drive. Auburn University, AL 36849Established in 2000 with the acquisition of our first ABI 3100 DNA Genetic Analyzer, the Genomics & Sequencing Laboratory (GSL) provides a number of nucleic acid analysis services including DNA sequencing, DNA array analysis, and quantitative PCR. These services were established to aid researchers performing studies in a multitude of disciplines including genetics, molecular biology, and systematics to name just a few. All of our services are available to researchers both on and off the Auburn University campus.

Auburn University Genomics & Sequencing Lab

961 South Donahue Drive Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesEstablished in 2000 with the acquisition of our first ABI 3100 DNA Genetic Analyzer, the Genomics & Sequencing Laboratory (GSL) provides a number of nucleic acid analysis services including DNA sequencing, DNA array analysis, and quantitative PCR. These services were established to aid researchers performing studies in a multitude of disciplines including genetics, molecular biology, and systematics to name just a few. All of our services are available to researchers both on and off the Auburn University campus.

Alabama State University CBRT Bio-imaging Core

915 S. Jackson Street Montgomery, AL 36104The bio-imaging facility, with ~1,000 sq. ft. of space, is located in the basement of the LSB. This lab was selected for bio-imaging to reduce vibration that becomes a major problem during high-resolution imaging. This core houses an Atomic Force Microscope (Pacific Nanotechnology-Nano R2), a scanning electron microscope, a Nikon TI-U Phase Fluorescence microscope, a Nikon confocal microscope, and a Nikon upright imaging system.

Applied Chemical Technology

4350 Helton Drive Florence, Al, 35630 USAApplied Chemical Technology offers fluid bed solutions that range from industrial chemicals, fine chemicals, fertilizers, food pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and more.

Auburn University Transgenic Facility

Greene Hall 1130 Wire Rd Auburn, AL 36849The AU Transgenic Facility is a core facility available to the university community located within the College of Veterinary Medicine. The AUTF mission is to provide AU investigators with genetically engineered mice and related molecular/animal technologies used in basic science research. The AUTF offers the following services at this time: DNA Microinjection, ES Cell Transfer, Gene Targeting, Line Rederivation, and Embryo and Sperm Cryopreservation.

Auburn University Transgenic Facility

1130 Wire Road Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesThe AU Transgenic Facility is a core facility available to the university community located within the College of Veterinary Medicine. The AUTF mission is to provide AU investigators with genetically engineered mice and related molecular/animal technologies used in basic science research. The AUTF offers the following services at this time: DNA Microinjection, ES Cell Transfer, Gene Targeting, Line Rederivation, and Embryo and Sperm Cryopreservation.

Auburn University Magnetic Resonance Imaging Center (MRI)

560 Devall Drive Suite 202 Auburn University, AL 36849-5551Our vision is to leverage Auburn University's existing expertise in engineering, sciences, and veterinary medicine to improve healthcare through advanced magnetic resonance imaging. The facility houses: Siemens Verio open-bore 3T MRI scanner for clinical and research use One of the first actively-shielded whole-body 7T MRI scanners in the US for research use Wet lab Space for associated Auburn University units and local medical groups MRI Educational Training Center

Auburn University Magnetic Resonance Imaging Center (MRI)

560 Devall Drive Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesOur vision is to leverage Auburn University's existing expertise in engineering, sciences, and veterinary medicine to improve healthcare through advanced magnetic resonance imaging. The facility houses: Siemens Verio open-bore 3T MRI scanner for clinical and research use One of the first actively-shielded whole-body 7T MRI scanners in the US for research use Wet lab Space for associated Auburn University units and local medical groups MRI Educational Training Center

Auburn University COSAM Mass Spectrometry Center

172 Chemistry Building Trey Slaney, Auburn, AlabamaThe MSC provides analytical services that involve mass spectrometric techniques through the performance, interpretation, design and optimization of experiments upon request. LC/MS performs quick data acquisition and automated injection for the following purposes: (1) small molecule mass and structural analysis, (2) protein identification/MW, (3) peptide/protein micro sequencing, (4) peptide mapping, (5) protein modification, (6) shotgun proteomics (1D-SDS/rUPLC), and (7) purity assessment with UPLC. GC/MS analysis with fast data acquisition rates and automated workflow features high-sensitivity, high-resolution, and exact-mass measurement in applications on (8) GC chromatography of volatile/semi volatile SM, (9) structural analysis of SM with EI library search, and (10) quantitative analysis with capillary GC. MALDI/TOF analysis includes (11) MW of macromolecules (proteins, carbohydrates, and polymers), (12) protein structural analysis (PTM), and (13) small-molecular-mass, composition and purity assessment.

Auburn University COSAM Mass Spectrometry Center

Auburn, AL United StatesThe MSC provides analytical services that involve mass spectrometric techniques through the performance, interpretation, design and optimization of experiments upon request. LC/MS performs quick data acquisition and automated injection for the following purposes: (1) small molecule mass and structural analysis, (2) protein identification/MW, (3) peptide/protein micro sequencing, (4) peptide mapping, (5) protein modification, (6) shotgun proteomics (1D-SDS/rUPLC), and (7) purity assessment with UPLC. GC/MS analysis with fast data acquisition rates and automated workflow features high-sensitivity, high-resolution, and exact-mass measurement in applications on (8) GC chromatography of volatile/semi volatile SM, (9) structural analysis of SM with EI library search, and (10) quantitative analysis with capillary GC. MALDI/TOF analysis includes (11) MW of macromolecules (proteins, carbohydrates, and polymers), (12) protein structural analysis (PTM), and (13) small-molecular-mass, composition and purity assessment.

Alabama State University CBRT - Molecular Biology Core

915 S. Jackson Street Montgomery, AL 36104In addition to a molecular biology facility on the 2nd floor of the LSB, there is a larger molecular biology core with ~1,000 sq. ft. of space located in the basement of the LSB. This facility is heavily used for various molecular biology research projects. The major instruments of this lab include an Alpha Innotech 5500 Chemi-imager gel documentation system; a Bio-Rad gene pulser; a dry-air floor model incubator; thermo cyclers; an Applied Biosystems 7300 real-time PCR; safety hoods; counter top centrifuges; electrophoresis assembly units; gel transfer systems; SDS-gel systems; a laser detection system; Bio-Rad Chemidoc and Versadoc gel documentation systems; a Bio-Rad Experion automated RNA, protein and DNA electrophoresis analysis system; and other smaller instruments to support individual research as well as classroom teaching.

Auburn University 3-D Body Scanning Technology

Spidle Hall 261 Mell St Auburn, AL 36849Description Currently, 3-D body scanning is typically being applied to apparel fit and sizing issues. New avenues, include personalized avatar development to facilitate children's physical health. Back to Index

Auburn University 3-D Body Scanning Technology

261 Mell Street Auburn, AL, 36849 United StatesDescription Currently, 3-D body scanning is typically being applied to apparel fit and sizing issues. New avenues, include personalized avatar development to facilitate children's physical health. Back to Index

Brown Research

Odenville, AL 35120 USABrown Research offers polyclonal antibody production and peptide synthesis services in addition to supplying animal models for disease studies.

Brown Research

Odenville, AL, 35120 United StatesBrown Research offers polyclonal antibody production and peptide synthesis services in addition to supplying animal models for disease studies.

Birmingham VA Medical Center

700 South 19th Street Birmingham, AL, 35233 United StatesThe Birmingham VA Medical Center is a 313-bed acute tertiary care facility located in the historic Southside district of the city. The facility provides acute tertiary medical and surgical care to veterans of Alabama and surrounding states. We provide health care services to eligible veterans in VISN 7 The medical center serves as a referral center for this population area with 131 operating beds currently. Recent construction provides state-of-the-art facilities and equipment in all clinical programs. Care is provided in practically all medical and surgical specialties and subspecialties. Most staff physicians have joint appointments with VA and its primary affiliation, University of Alabama at Birmingham. The BVAMC operates eight Community Based Outpatient Clinics in North Alabama.

Brookwood Biomedical

2018 Brookwood Medical Center Drive Professional Office Building Suite 112 Birmingham, AL 35209 USABrookwood Medical offers custom peptide design, custom monoclonal antibody and hybridoma development, custom polyclonal antibody development, antibody production, purification, conjugation, and assay design.

BioDtech

BioDtech, Inc. 2100 SouthBridge Pkwy. Suite 650 Birmingham, AL 35209BioDtech (BDTI) offers products for detection, neutralization, and removal of endotoxin.

CFD Research Corporation (CFDRC)

701 McMillian Way NW Huntsville, AL 35806CFD Research Corporation (CFDRC) develops cutting edge technologies and provides innovative solutions for Aerospace & Defense, Biomedical & Life Sciences, Energy & Materials, and other industries. Since its inception in 1987, CFDRC has worked with government agencies, businesses, and academia, and has earned national recognitions for successful application and commercialization of innovative technologies (multi-physics software, hardware designs and prototypes, and multi-disciplinary analyses).

Cunningham Pathology

924 Montclair Road Suite 200 Birmingham, AL 35213 USACunningham Pathology offers pathological expertise in dermatology, gynecology, and gastroenterology.

Corning Life Sciences

800 Hudson Way, Suite 1700 Huntsville, AL, 35806 United StatesCorning Life Sciences offers a variety of in vitro ADME Gentest® branded products and contract research services covering drug metabolism and drug interactions. These products and services support Enzyme Induction, Enzyme Inhibition, Metabolic Stability, Reaction Phenotyping, Protein Binding, Permeability and Drug Transport and other applications.

Circulogene

3125 Independence Drive Suite 301 Homewood, AL, 35209 United States

Circulogene

3125 Independence Drive Suite 301 Birmingham, AL, 35209 United States

Coastal Clinical Research

100 Memorial Hospital Drive Annex Building, Suite 3-B Mobile, AL 36608 USACoastal Clinical Research offers clinical research services.

CHTN - South Division (University of Alabama)

University of Alabama at Birmingham Tissue Procurement, ZRB 449 1530 Third Ave. South Birmingham, AL 35294-0007The Cooperative Human Tissue Network(CHTN) –Southern Division at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) is one of six member institutions funded by the National Cancer Institute to prospectively collect, process and distribute remnant human tissue specimens to IRB-approved biomedical researchers. The CHTN operates through a shared networking system which allows investigators greater access to available research specimens. CHTN offers a variety of preparation and preservation techniques to ensure investigators are receiving the quality specimens needed for research. Remnant human tissue specimens (including normal, benign, malignant, or diseased) from routine surgical resections and autopsies are procured to the specifications of the investigator. Frozen aliquots of fluid (serum, plasma, buffy coat, urine, saliva) as well as paraffin blocks and/or slides may also be made available.

Celsion Labs

601 Genome Way Northwest Suite 3100 Huntsville, AL, 35806 United States*Celsion Labs is a contract research organization with over 20 years of experience in the development of nucleic-acid based therapeutics.* Celsion Labs offers a wide range of analytical and preclinical services to clients developing biologics and small molecule drugs. We are highly specialized in providing preclinical research and development services to companies developing DNA – and RNA-based medicines. With over 20 years of bench to bedside experience in drug development, we understand the value of high quality preclinical research, its timely completion and need for cost control, and we identify with clients who value a pro-customer service attitude. Our research services range from early lead identification using our throughput screening in relevant cell-based systems to IND-enabling pharmacodynamics, pharmacology/ toxicology, pharmacokinetics, and bio-analytical services. Our services portfolio is supported by a state-of-the-art facility designed for synthetic chemistry, cell culture, biological assays, formulation and in vivo animal studies. A key differentiating feature of Celsion Labs’ approach to preclinical services is our proprietary nucleic acid delivery technology that we can provide to our customers as a tool to assess their DNA & RNA drug candidates both in vitro and in animal models. Our proprietary delivery systems include functionalized polymers, lipopolymers, and lipids, and are designed, synthesized, and functionally characterized in-house. These delivery systems provide some of the essential tools to efficiently screen compounds for lead identification, optimization, and demonstration of preclinical proof of concept leading up to IND-enabling studies.Celsion Labs is uniquely positioned to be your research partner at the earliest stages of discovery research. *Leverage our expertise in IND-enabling studies to accelerate your research and developmental goals.*

Celsion Labs

601 Genome Way Suite 3100 Huntsville, AL, 35806 United States*Celsion Labs is a contract research organization with over 20 years of experience in the development of nucleic-acid based therapeutics.* Celsion Labs offers a wide range of analytical and preclinical services to clients developing biologics and small molecule drugs. We are highly specialized in providing preclinical research and development services to companies developing DNA – and RNA-based medicines. With over 20 years of bench to bedside experience in drug development, we understand the value of high quality preclinical research, its timely completion and need for cost control, and we identify with clients who value a pro-customer service attitude. Our research services range from early lead identification using our throughput screening in relevant cell-based systems to IND-enabling pharmacodynamics, pharmacology/ toxicology, pharmacokinetics, and bio-analytical services. Our services portfolio is supported by a state-of-the-art facility designed for synthetic chemistry, cell culture, biological assays, formulation and in vivo animal studies. A key differentiating feature of Celsion Labs’ approach to preclinical services is our proprietary nucleic acid delivery technology that we can provide to our customers as a tool to assess their DNA & RNA drug candidates both in vitro and in animal models. Our proprietary delivery systems include functionalized polymers, lipopolymers, and lipids, and are designed, synthesized, and functionally characterized in-house. These delivery systems provide some of the essential tools to efficiently screen compounds for lead identification, optimization, and demonstration of preclinical proof of concept leading up to IND-enabling studies.Celsion Labs is uniquely positioned to be your research partner at the earliest stages of discovery research. *Leverage our expertise in IND-enabling studies to accelerate your research and developmental goals.*

DiscoveryBioMed

400 Riverhills Business Park Suite 435 Birmingham, AL, 35242-8101 United StatesDiscovery Biomed offers CRO services in Human Cell Culture and Engineering (Human Cell Platform Creation for Bioassays), Humanized Drug Discovery (including High-Throughput Screening (HTS), and Humanized Hit-to-Lead and Lead Therapeutic Asset Profiling. We are facile in in vitro Renal Sciences, but we can also do in vitro Respiratory, Metabolic, Vascular, Skin and Taste Sciences. Please see our newly redesigned website at www. discoverybiomed.com for more details.

Discovery Life Sciences

601 Genome Way, Room 3021 Attn. Project # TBD Huntsville, AL, 35806 United StatesAsk us about our cell and gene therapy products, including both research and clinical use Discovery Leukopaks. Discovery Life Sciences is the Biospecimen & Biomarker Specialists™. We have the world’s largest biospecimen inventory and procurement network with preeminent multi-omic service laboratories to accelerate precision medicine programs in oncology, immuno-oncology, immunology, inflammation, infectious diseases, and beyond. Our biobanks include more than 10 million biospecimens and we have hundreds of clinical sites (Discovery Partners®) that allow researchers to build bespoke study cohorts and seamlessly interrogate them using our CLIA certified, GLP-compliant service laboratories, including our world-renowned genomic sequencing and bioinformatics laboratory, HudsonAlpha Discovery, our expert IHC service laboratory that built the pembrolizumab companion diagnostic prototype, and our cell biology laboratory providing extensive cell culture and flow cytometry services with GMP-compliant leukapheresis products for cell therapy development and manufacturing. We are committed to quality and integrity with ISO 13485, GMP compliant and CLIA-certified labs, stringent IRB and Ethics Committee compliance, and all required approvals and certifications. Navigating US and international personal data protection, drug development and diagnostic development regulations is one of our core competencies.

Discovery Life Sciences

800 Hudson Way Suite 1700 Huntsville, AL, 35806 United StatesAsk us about our cell and gene therapy products, including both research and clinical use Discovery Leukopaks. Discovery Life Sciences is the Biospecimen & Biomarker Specialists™. We have the world’s largest biospecimen inventory and procurement network with preeminent multi-omic service laboratories to accelerate precision medicine programs in oncology, immuno-oncology, immunology, inflammation, infectious diseases, and beyond. Our biobanks include more than 10 million biospecimens and we have hundreds of clinical sites (Discovery Partners®) that allow researchers to build bespoke study cohorts and seamlessly interrogate them using our CLIA certified, GLP-compliant service laboratories, including our world-renowned genomic sequencing and bioinformatics laboratory, HudsonAlpha Discovery, our expert IHC service laboratory that built the pembrolizumab companion diagnostic prototype, and our cell biology laboratory providing extensive cell culture and flow cytometry services with GMP-compliant leukapheresis products for cell therapy development and manufacturing. We are committed to quality and integrity with ISO 13485, GMP compliant and CLIA-certified labs, stringent IRB and Ethics Committee compliance, and all required approvals and certifications. Navigating US and international personal data protection, drug development and diagnostic development regulations is one of our core competencies.

Discovery Life Sciences

800 Hudson Way Suite 1700 Huntsville, AL, 35806 United StatesAsk us about our cell and gene therapy products, including both research and clinical use Discovery Leukopaks. Discovery Life Sciences is the Biospecimen & Biomarker Specialists™. We have the world’s largest biospecimen inventory and procurement network with preeminent multi-omic service laboratories to accelerate precision medicine programs in oncology, immuno-oncology, immunology, inflammation, infectious diseases, and beyond. Our biobanks include more than 10 million biospecimens and we have hundreds of clinical sites (Discovery Partners®) that allow researchers to build bespoke study cohorts and seamlessly interrogate them using our CLIA certified, GLP-compliant service laboratories, including our world-renowned genomic sequencing and bioinformatics laboratory, HudsonAlpha Discovery, our expert IHC service laboratory that built the pembrolizumab companion diagnostic prototype, and our cell biology laboratory providing extensive cell culture and flow cytometry services with GMP-compliant leukapheresis products for cell therapy development and manufacturing. We are committed to quality and integrity with ISO 13485, GMP compliant and CLIA-certified labs, stringent IRB and Ethics Committee compliance, and all required approvals and certifications. Navigating US and international personal data protection, drug development and diagnostic development regulations is one of our core competencies.

Eurofins MWG Operon

2211 Seminole Drive | Huntsville, Alabama 35805, USAEurofins MWG Operon provides gene services, large scale synthesis, oligo services, and PCR.

E Squared Research, Inc.

806 Governors Drive, SW Suite 203 Huntsville, AL 35801We are a dedicated clinical research site in Huntsville, AL, conducting trials in a variety of indications. Whether you're interested in more information about becoming a patient, or are a physician who wants to know more about getting involved, just select the icon below that applies to you.

E Squared Research, Inc.

806 Governors Dr SW #203, Huntsville, , AL , 35801 United StatesWe are a dedicated clinical research site in Huntsville, AL, conducting trials in a variety of indications. Whether you're interested in more information about becoming a patient, or are a physician who wants to know more about getting involved, just select the icon below that applies to you.

FineTech Pharmaceutical

33, Hanarkissim Street Nesher, Israel 36608FineTech Pharmaceutical develops and manufactures low volume high value complex APIs.

Huntsman International LLC

PO Box 500 McIntosh, AL 36553 USAHuntsman is a global manufacturer and marketer of differentiated chemicals. Our operating companies manufacture products for a variety of global industries, including chemicals, plastics, automotive, aviation, textiles, footwear, paints and coatings, construction, technology, agriculture, health care, detergent, personal care, furniture, appliances and packaging. Originally known for pioneering innovations in packaging and, later, for rapid and integrated growth in petrochemicals, Huntsman has approximately 15,000 employees and operates from multiple locations worldwide. The Company had 2015 revenues of over $10 billion.

HudsonAlpha Genomic Services Lab

Levy Lab Room 4023 601 Genome Way Huntsville, AL 35806HudsonAlpha Genomic Services Lab offers genotyping, gene expression, sequencing, and SNP mapping services.

HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology Genomic Services Lab (GSL)

Genomic Services Laboratory Levy Lab Room 4023 601 Genome Way Huntsville, AL 35806Under the direction of HudsonAlpha Faculty Investigators Jane Grimwood and Jeremy Schmutz, the GSC is one of the few centers in the world performing de novo sequencing of plants and specializing in applying genomic techniques to understand how plants function in response to environmental stimuli.

iRepertoire, Inc.

800 Hudson Way NW Suite 2304 Huntsville, AL, 35806 United StatesWould you like for us to handle the library preparation and/or sequencing for you? iRepertoire offers full service for your amplification and sequencing needs. You can also order the amplification services separate from the sequencing service with the "a la carte" option. Read below to learn why this may be a good option for you.

Jacksonville State University

700 Pelham Rd N Jacksonville, AL 36265Where you’re going is a home away from home. Living on campus can be a very memorable element of your college experience. Our mission is to foster a vibrant living and learning-centered community that cultivates personal development, celebrates diversity, promotes leadership, and enhances the educational experience of each resident. At JSU, you will find that residence halls are in the middle of it all and convenient to your classes and campus activities. More than seventy-nine percent of JSU students receive some form of financial aid. Over $80 million was awarded last year in scholarships, loans, grants, or campus employment. Our Student Financial Services staff is always ready to serve you and answer all of your questions. You will make close friends and still meet someone new every day. At Jacksonville State University, we realize that your education and experiences are not strictly gained in a classroom. Campus involvement plays a tremendous role in developing not only your mind, but also you as a person. Share your voice by participating in he Student Government Association. Apply to join the Freshman Forum and develop leadership skills that will last a lifetime. Volunteer to lend a hand and support one of our many community service projects. With more than a hundred clubs and organizations, you will find endless opportunities on campus to meet new people and make new friends. With all of these opportunities, and more that are available at the "friendliest campus in the south," you're bound to become the person you strive to be.

Jacksonville State University

700 Pelham Road North Jacksonville, AL, 36265 United StatesWhere you’re going is a home away from home. Living on campus can be a very memorable element of your college experience. Our mission is to foster a vibrant living and learning-centered community that cultivates personal development, celebrates diversity, promotes leadership, and enhances the educational experience of each resident. At JSU, you will find that residence halls are in the middle of it all and convenient to your classes and campus activities. More than seventy-nine percent of JSU students receive some form of financial aid. Over $80 million was awarded last year in scholarships, loans, grants, or campus employment. Our Student Financial Services staff is always ready to serve you and answer all of your questions. You will make close friends and still meet someone new every day. At Jacksonville State University, we realize that your education and experiences are not strictly gained in a classroom. Campus involvement plays a tremendous role in developing not only your mind, but also you as a person. Share your voice by participating in he Student Government Association. Apply to join the Freshman Forum and develop leadership skills that will last a lifetime. Volunteer to lend a hand and support one of our many community service projects. With more than a hundred clubs and organizations, you will find endless opportunities on campus to meet new people and make new friends. With all of these opportunities, and more that are available at the "friendliest campus in the south," you're bound to become the person you strive to be.

Kailos Genetics

601 Genome Way Suite 2005 Huntsville, AL 35806 USAKailos Genetics offers pharmacogenetic testing services.

Kailos Genetics

Huntsville, AL United StatesKailos Genetics offers pharmacogenetic testing services.

Letco Medical

1316 Commerce Drive NW Decatur, AL 35601Since 1993, Letco® Medical has been a compounding supplier committed to providing pharmacies with complete customer satisfaction by offering the highest quality compounding products, customer service and technical support along with the fastest delivery times in the industry. Letco® Medical is your partner in compounding. We offer an extensive line of compounding chemicals, supplies, equipment, capsules, pre-made topical bases and oral delivery vehicles to support the art and science of compounding. Letco® Medical was the first in our industry to offer CSOS ordering for controlled substances to help save time and provide quicker delivery service to your customers. We pride ourselves in knowing that the satisfaction of a job well done is only obtained through a combination of hard work, perseverance, and a thoughtful approach to do our best for our customers and our company. We communicate honestly and openly to continue to build long lasting and trustworthy relationships with our customers and employees. We thank you for trusting us as a partner in your compounding pharmacy. We look forward to working and growing with you.

Letco Medical

1316 Commerce Drive NW Decatur, AL United StatesSince 1993, Letco® Medical has been a compounding supplier committed to providing pharmacies with complete customer satisfaction by offering the highest quality compounding products, customer service and technical support along with the fastest delivery times in the industry. Letco® Medical is your partner in compounding. We offer an extensive line of compounding chemicals, supplies, equipment, capsules, pre-made topical bases and oral delivery vehicles to support the art and science of compounding. Letco® Medical was the first in our industry to offer CSOS ordering for controlled substances to help save time and provide quicker delivery service to your customers. We pride ourselves in knowing that the satisfaction of a job well done is only obtained through a combination of hard work, perseverance, and a thoughtful approach to do our best for our customers and our company. We communicate honestly and openly to continue to build long lasting and trustworthy relationships with our customers and employees. We thank you for trusting us as a partner in your compounding pharmacy. We look forward to working and growing with you.

Life Research

Level 1, 5 Lakeside DriveLife Research is a leading supplier of quality antibodies to Australian researchers and through strategic sourcing and manufacturing, they can provide antibody products.

Laysan Bio

1560 Tower Drive Arab, AL 35016 USALaysan Bio supplies catalog and custom PEG reagents.

Lonza

800 Hudson Way Suite 1700 Huntsville, AL , 35806 United StatesLonza provides advanced cell biology and cell engineering solutions that support customers from discovery to the clinic. We provide primary human cells, specialized media, advanced cell culture and transfection tools, supported by best-in-class quality, regulatory and scientific support. We support customers from basic research through preclinical and process development stages of small molecules, biologics, and cell and gene therapy programs in drug discovery and immuno-oncology. This includes immunogenicity prediction and assessment, manufacturability risk assessment and protein re-engineering.

Novotech

Level 3, 19 Harris StreetNovotech offers clinical research services such as bioequivalence, clinical monitoring, data management, and regulatory affairs.

OCI Chemical Corporation

1455 Red Hat Road Decatur, AL 35601-7588 USAOCI Chemical Corporation produces natural soda asha, oxygen based bleach sodium percarbonate, and hydrogen peroxide.

Oblique Bio

2705 Artie St. Building 400. Suite 25 Huntsville, AL 35805Oblique Bio is a Sanger sequencing service provider emphasizing fast turn around time, high quality, and low cost.

Oblique Bio

Huntsville, AL United StatesOblique Bio is a Sanger sequencing service provider emphasizing fast turn around time, high quality, and low cost.

Protein Biosystems

P O BOX 1842 Alabaster, AL 35007 USAProtein Biosystems offers custom antibody services and supplies antibody standards.

Pinnacle Research Group

1010 Christine AvenuePinnacle Research Group conducts phase I-IV clinical studies with experience in cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, neurology, pulmonology, rheumatology, and urology.

Rigaku

1900 Taylor RdRigaku offers instruments and services for electron diffraction crystallography, x-ray crystallography, x-ray diffraction, x-ray spectrometry, semiconductor metrology, automation, and cryogenics.

Research Concierge™

3022 Greenhill Blvd NW Fort Payne, AL, 35968 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

SynVivo, Inc.

701 McMillian Way NW Suite C Huntsville, AL, 35806 United StatesSynVivo’s 3D Tissue and Organ-on Chip models recreate complex in vivo microenvironments including scale, morphology, hemodynamics, and cellular interactions in a perfused microfluidic platform. Differentiating features include: -Side by side architecture allows the development of complex co-culture morphology while maintaining real time visualization and quantitation. -In vivo like vascular morphology with fully formed lumen to deliver drugs in biologically realistic conditions -Real time monitoring of cellular responses provides analysis of Cell-Drug and Cell-Cell interactions in a controlled environment. Models include SynBBB Blood Brain Barrier, SynTumor for Oncology applications, SynRAM for Inflammation, SynALI Air-Liquid Interface for Lung and SynTox for Drug Induced Vascular Injury (DIVI) and other Toxicology applications.

Southern Research Institute

4910 Corporate Dr NW, Suite HSouthern Research Institute offers pathology, veterinary services, metabolism studies, tumor xenograft models, immunogenicity studies, and genetic services.

Southern Research Institute

757 Tom Martin DriveSouthern Research Institute offers pathology, veterinary services, metabolism studies, tumor xenograft models, immunogenicity studies, and genetic services.

SouthernBiotech

160 Oxmoor Boulevard Suite 100 Birmingham, AL, 35209 United StatesSouthernBiotech offers antibody and peptide synthesis, purification, conjugation and QC services.

SouthernBiotech

160A Oxmoor Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35209, USASouthernBiotech offers antibody and peptide synthesis, purification, conjugation and QC services.

SouthernBiotech

160 Oxmoor Blvd, Suite 100 Birmingham, ALABAMA, 35209 United StatesSouthernBiotech offers antibody and peptide synthesis, purification, conjugation and QC services.

Soluble Therapeutics

1500 1st Avenue NorthSoluble Therapeutics offers formulation screening, protein crystallization, protein expression, calorimetry analysis, X-ray diffraction, and HTP drug screening services.

Soluble Therapeutics

Birmingham, AL United StatesSoluble Therapeutics offers formulation screening, protein crystallization, protein expression, calorimetry analysis, X-ray diffraction, and HTP drug screening services.

Scope Clinical Research

Unit 20Scope Clinical Research offers clinical research services including feasibility assessment, project management, site management, clinical monitoring, data management, regulatory, and pharmacovigilance.

SinoBio Biotech

44 Montgomery St.SinoBio Biotech offers process development, expression vector construction, antibody production, spectroscopy, chromatography, and activity assays.

The UAB Research Foundation (UABRF)

701 20th Street South Administration Building 770 Birmingham, AL, 35233 United StatesThe UAB Research Foundation (UABRF) is the technology transfer office for UAB. It was formed in 1987 as a non-profit corporation with a mission to identify, assess, and market commercially viable technology developed at The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). The UABRF is the assignee of all intellectual property developed at UAB, and is responsible for reviewing all invention disclosures submitted. The UABRF oversees the protection of intellectual property rights for UAB, including the initiation of domestic and foreign patent filings when appropriate. Additionally, the UABRF negotiates, manages, and monitors research, option and licensing agreements on behalf of UAB.

The UAB Research Foundation (UABRF)

701 20th Street South Administration Building 770 Birmingham, Alabama, 35294-0107 United StatesThe UAB Research Foundation (UABRF) is the technology transfer office for UAB. It was formed in 1987 as a non-profit corporation with a mission to identify, assess, and market commercially viable technology developed at The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). The UABRF is the assignee of all intellectual property developed at UAB, and is responsible for reviewing all invention disclosures submitted. The UABRF oversees the protection of intellectual property rights for UAB, including the initiation of domestic and foreign patent filings when appropriate. Additionally, the UABRF negotiates, manages, and monitors research, option and licensing agreements on behalf of UAB.

TriAltus Bioscience

1500 1st Ave N Suite L131 Birmingham, ALABAMA, 35203 United StatesTriAltus develops innovative tools for the production and purification of genetically-engineered proteins. Our novel affinity tag system delivers proteins with ultra-high purity and yield in a single step. Having proven the CLīM technology on some extremely difficult proteins, TriAltus is now developing R&D partnerships to use CLīM to purify proteins for customer-defined projects. For more information, visit trialtusbioscience.com

Tuskegee University

1200 W. Montgomery Rd. Tuskegee Inst, AL, 36088 United StatesTuskegee University is an independent and state-related institution of higher education. Its programs serve a student body that is coeducational as well as racially, ethnically and religiously diverse. With a strong orientation toward disciplines which highlight the relationship between education and work force preparation in the sciences, professions and technical areas, Tuskegee University also emphasizes the importance of the liberal arts as a foundation for successful careers in all areas. Accordingly, all academic majors stress the mastery of a required core of liberal arts courses. Tuskegee University is located in Tuskegee, Alabama, which is 40 miles east of the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, and 20 miles west of the city of Auburn, Alabama. It is also within easy driving distance to the cities of Birmingham, Alabama and Atlanta, Georgia. The academic programs are organized into five colleges and three schools: (1) the College of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition Sciences; (2) the College of Arts and Sciences; (3) the Andrew F. Brimmer College of Business and Information Science; (4) the College of Engineering; (5) the College of Veterinary Medicine; (6) the Robert R. Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science; (7) the School of Education; and (8) the School of Nursing and Allied Health. The curricula for these colleges and schools currently offer over 50 degrees including 39 Bachelor's, 13 Master's, 2 Doctor's of Philosophy: one in Materials Science and Engineering, and one in Integrative BioSciences, and the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

TransOmic Technologies

601 Genome Way, Suite 1222 Huntsville, AL 35806 USATransomic offers next generation genomic tools and genomic services to life science researchers. We have whole genome arrayed CRISPR, shRNA, and cDNA libraries all in house. All clones are sequence verified. Custom offerings: • CRISPR and shRNA screening pools delivered as ready to us high titer lentiviral particles. Screening pools are created from our in-house libraries or we can custom synthesize oligo pools and clone into large selections of lentiviral vectors. All screening pools go through NGS to ensure equal representation. • Custom screening services including NGS and analysis • Gene synthesis and cloning into a large selection of lentiviral vectors • Stable cell line production • Lentiviral packaging services • 96-well DNA prep services

TransOmic Technologies

601 Genome Way Suite 2021 HUNTSVILLE, AL, 35806 United StatesTransomic offers next generation genomic tools and genomic services to life science researchers. We have whole genome arrayed CRISPR, shRNA, and cDNA libraries all in house. All clones are sequence verified. Custom offerings: • CRISPR and shRNA screening pools delivered as ready to us high titer lentiviral particles. Screening pools are created from our in-house libraries or we can custom synthesize oligo pools and clone into large selections of lentiviral vectors. All screening pools go through NGS to ensure equal representation. • Custom screening services including NGS and analysis • Gene synthesis and cloning into a large selection of lentiviral vectors • Stable cell line production • Lentiviral packaging services • 96-well DNA prep services

Taylor-Wharton International LLC

4075 Hamilton Boulevard Theodore, AL 36582 USATaylor-Wharton designs and manufacturers a comprehensive range of stationary bulk and portable cryogenic storage systems for gas and liquid applications.

University of Alabama, Tissue Collection and Banking Facility - Pulmonary Hypertension Breakthrough Initiative (PHBI)

Birmingham, AL United StatesUAB serves as the Center for Tissue Processing for the Pulmonary Hypertension Breakthrough Initiative (PHBI), which includes 9 transplant centers that collect explanted lung tissue from patients with interstitial pulmonary arterial hyperplasia and from control patients. In addition to working with Dr. Keith Wille (PI of UAB Transplant Site) to collect, process, and store tissue from eligible transplants that occur at UAB, our Center for Tissue Processing (Dr. Grizzle, PI) receives tissue samples from all 9 of the transplant centers, stores it, then distributes it to approved researchers.

University of Texas Medical Branch

301 University Boulevard

University of Alabama Clinical Protocol Support

Birmingham, AL United StatesThe TCBF supports numerous clinical protocols that require the collection and/or processing of human tissue. Tissue samples are collected by our staff in the surgical suites, or in the clinics, processed in our laboratory via protocol specific SOPs, then either shipped fresh or stored for subsequent shipment by our personnel.

University of Alabama at Birmingham Behavioral Assessment Core

Birmingham, AL United StatesThe Behavioral Assessment Core provides a facility for the behavioral testing of mice and rats. Newly created transgenic mice can be analysed using the most-accepted battery of behavioral tests, the SHIRPA (Rogers et al. 1997). This battery will include a primary neurological screen, sensory and motor test (including rotorod, spontaneous locomotor activity, walking coordination, etc.), an open field test for emotional and exploratory activity, and an elevated plus maze for anxiety. Motor function testing is available, and cognitive testing is provided with the Morris water maze, Barnes maze, holeboard maze and eight-arm radial maze tasks. Other, more complex, tasks are also available. Typically, the staff of the Core will conduct the testing and provide investigators with a summary statistical assessment of the behavior tested, as well as access to the databases. The Technical Director will also train research personnel from the PI’s laboratory in the use of behavioral testing methods, especially in situations where there is a need to extend testing beyond the complexity offered in the standardized protocols of the Core. The Technical Director will also assist investigators in the development of tools/testing methods that are needed by them for a more detailed assessment of specific behaviors or behavioral deficits.

University of Alabama at Birmingham Behavioral Assessment Core

Birmingham, AL United StatesThe Behavioral Assessment Core provides a facility for the behavioral testing of mice and rats. Newly created transgenic mice can be analysed using the most-accepted battery of behavioral tests, the SHIRPA (Rogers et al. 1997). This battery will include a primary neurological screen, sensory and motor test (including rotorod, spontaneous locomotor activity, walking coordination, etc.), an open field test for emotional and exploratory activity, and an elevated plus maze for anxiety. Motor function testing is available, and cognitive testing is provided with the Morris water maze, Barnes maze, holeboard maze and eight-arm radial maze tasks. Other, more complex, tasks are also available. Typically, the staff of the Core will conduct the testing and provide investigators with a summary statistical assessment of the behavior tested, as well as access to the databases. The Technical Director will also train research personnel from the PI’s laboratory in the use of behavioral testing methods, especially in situations where there is a need to extend testing beyond the complexity offered in the standardized protocols of the Core. The Technical Director will also assist investigators in the development of tools/testing methods that are needed by them for a more detailed assessment of specific behaviors or behavioral deficits.

UAB Bedwell Lab

Birmingham, AL United StatesUniversity of Alabama, Birmingham Bedwell Lab focuses on research in cystic fibrosis and have developed a transgenic mouse model to explore this genetic disease.

University of Alabama at Birmingham Zebrafish Research Facility

1600 7th Avenue South Lowder Building Suite 620 Birmingham, AL, 35233 United StatesThe zebrafish (Danio rerio) has become an important model organism for the study of vertebrate development and disease, organ function, behavior, toxicology, cancer, and drug discovery. Zebrafish are popular research models because they can produce a large number of offspring at low cost, allowing performance of large genetic or molecular screens. The zebrafish genome has been sequenced, and protocols are established for transgene expression, gene expression knockdown, and other genetic manipulations. Zebrafish embryos and early larvae are optically transparent, enabling non-invasive visualization of developing organs and biological processes in vivo at high resolution. The UAB Zebrafish Research Facility (ZRF) welcomes all UAB investigators and others interested in working with zebrafish. The Facility occupies ~ 5000 net square feet in the Research Support Building and includes a recirculating aquaria system (Aquaneering, Inc.) with central water conditioning/purification supplying 27 racks (>2200 3 L tanks). The ZRF Procedural Laboratory provides numerous embryo processing stations (each made of a dissection microscope, injector, and micromanipulator), incubators, a pipette puller, and two fluorescent microscopes, as well as other equipment needed for embryo manipulation and fish work. There is a separate zebrafish quarantine facility on the 4th floor of the RSB building.

University of Alabama at Birmingham Small Animal Imaging Shared Facility

1600 7th Avenue South Lowder Building Suite 620 Birmingham, AL, 35233 United StatesThe facility was established to enable UAB researchers to apply non-invasive, molecular imaging technologies in animal models. Imaging is accomplished with a range of imaging modalities, including gamma camera imaging, X-ray CT, microPET/CT, microSPECT/CT, bioluminescence, fluorescence, magnetic resonance (MR) imaging, and ultrasound imaging. It is expected that the successful application of small animal imaging will speed efforts to translate basic research to human clinical trials. In 2009 construction of a Radiation Chemistry Laboratory was initiated. The laboratory will enable production of radioactive compounds on site for various researchers. The specific aims are the following: (1) To provide state-of-the-art molecular imaging for preclinical studies in small animals, and support transition to human imaging studies; (2) To provide training to Cancer Center members in the applications of molecular imaging in cancer models; (3) To establish methods for image analyses; (4) To maintain the instruments and keep them accurately calibrated; and (5) To develop novel imaging technologies and acquire new instruments. The facility will coordinate existing support mechanisms for imaging at UAB, and significantly expand the imaging effort with clinically relevant imaging that can be translated to humans. Imaging components include structural and metabolic imaging (MRI/MRS, high frequency ultrasonography and microCT), gamma-ray imaging (gamma camera, microSPECT/CT, microPET/CT), and optical imaging (bioluminescence and fluorescence). The facility has undertaken a multimodality imaging approach to provide a molecular understanding of cancer in animal models by integrating measurements of tumor mass (bioluminescence, ultrasound, CT, and MR), tumor specific targeting (SPECT, ultrasound, fluorescence, microPET), vascular parameters (ultrasound, MR), and specific therapy responses (ultrasound, bioluminescence, SPECT, MR, micoPET). Each imaging modality has advantages and their coordinated application is synergistic. The facility meets a critical need in evaluation of new therapies for cancer in animal models, thereby enabling translation of the new therapies to human trials.

University of Alabama Skin Disease Research Center

Birmingham, AL United StatesFunding of the UAB Skin Disease Research Center includes funding of services to investigators in histology, collection of tissues of skin disease that are primarily paraffin blocks and the construction of some tissue microarrays. This grant provides a portion of the costs to investigators of histology services.

University of Alabama at Birmingham Gnotobiotic and Genetically-Engineered Mouse Core

Birmingham, AL United StatesIn the last two decades it has become clear that the microbiota (microbial inhabitants) of the human body and their interactions with the host are far more complex than previously recognized, and have major roles in health and disease, including inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD; Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, obesity, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, atherosclerosis, colon cancer, hypersensitivity diseases such as asthma, hepatic metabolism of xenobiotics, and neurological development and behavior. Gnotobiotic and “humanized” animal models are essential tools for investigating the role of the microbiome in health and disease. The purpose of this facility is to provide UAB investigators access to such models. Service(s): Hysterectomy derivation of germfree mice Establishing defined microbiota in germfree mice Monitoring microbiological status of gnotobiotic mice Maintaining breeding stocks Providing isolator housing for experimental mice Performing procedures in isolator housed mice such as injections and collecting tissue and fecal samples Consultation regarding experiments using gnotobiotic mice Training in gnotobiotic techniques

University of Alabama Airway Tissue Procurement (ATP)

Birmingham, AL United StatesThe Airway Tissue Procurement Facility (ATP), under the direction of Dr. Steven Rowe and Dr. William Grizzle, offers specialized procurement of airway related tissues from lung transplant patients. Personnel are on-call around the clock to handle procurement of diseased lungs and normal control lungs, when these organs are made available.

University of Alabama Birmingham School of Medicine Tissue Collection and Banking Core

Alabama, ZRB 449, 0007Funded since 1977 as a shared facility of the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center, the TPSF operates as a prospective service to provide remnant human tissue specimens to members of the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center. The TPSF provides remnant human tissue specimens from routine surgical resections and autopsies. Specimens include normal, benign, malignant, or diseased specimens and can be provided to investigators fresh, in media of choice, frozen, in RNAlater, in fixative, or processed as paraffin blocks and/or slides. Frozen aliquots of fluid (serum, plasma, buffy coat, urine, saliva) are also available. If you are interested in remnant human tissue for research, please read the TPSF POLICIES and then complete an application so we may be able to serve you.

University of Alabama SPORE Biorepositories

Birmingham, AL United StatesThe TCBF has received funding to collect, process, and bank tissue samples and fluids for the following UAB SPORES: Ovarian, Breast, Pancreatic, and Cervix. The facility currently stores thousands of tissue samples and fluids for these specialized banks. The Ovarian SPORE is no longer funded, but specimens previously collected and banked for the Ovarian SPORE are available to UAB Cancer Center members via the TPSF, and to other researchers via the CHTN.

University of Alabama Birmingham - Targeted Metabolomics and Proteomics Laboratory (TMPL)

1900 University Boulevard Birmingham, AL, 35233 United States

Urology Centers of Alabama

3485 Independence Drive Homewood, Alabama 35209Welcome to Urology Centers of Alabama, P.C. where our team of skilled urologists is committed to providing you with high-quality, personalized medical care in our state-of-the-art facilities. Our physicians specialize in the comprehensive treatment of urological disorders using the most advanced technology available. For over 60 years, Urology Centers of Alabama has been committed to providing the highest quality medical services in a compassionate and caring environment. With 23 skilled urologists, one radiation oncologist, one pathologist, six physicians’ assistants, and over 160 employees the practice has earned a well deserved reputation for excellence in the Birmingham medical community.

Urology Centers of Alabama

3485 Independence Drive Homewood, , Alabama , 35209 United StatesWelcome to Urology Centers of Alabama, P.C. where our team of skilled urologists is committed to providing you with high-quality, personalized medical care in our state-of-the-art facilities. Our physicians specialize in the comprehensive treatment of urological disorders using the most advanced technology available. For over 60 years, Urology Centers of Alabama has been committed to providing the highest quality medical services in a compassionate and caring environment. With 23 skilled urologists, one radiation oncologist, one pathologist, six physicians’ assistants, and over 160 employees the practice has earned a well deserved reputation for excellence in the Birmingham medical community.

University of Michigan Medical School Biomedical Research Core Facilities

1150 West Medical Center DriveUniversity of Michigan Medical School Biomedical Research Core Facilities provides DNA sequencing, flow cytometry, protein synthesis and analysis services.

University of Alabama at Birmingham Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Animal Models Core

1600 7th Avenue South Lowder Building Suite 620 Birmingham, AL, 35233 United StatesMission The mission of the Animal Models Core is to generate and provide murine models for study of cystic fibrosis. Research Information Mouse line generation by both oocyte micro-injection and by embryonic stem cell gene targeting technologies are assisted by the Core. The Animal Models Core also establishes breeding colonies of CF mice, and genotypes and provides these to UAB investigators. In addition, the Core furnishes electrophysiology tests of CFTR activation, including murine nasal potential difference assays and intestinal short circuit current measurements. The Core was established in 2002 as a result of a P50 award from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Core users are typically associated with the Cystic Fibrosis Research Center, but there is no limitation on who may access the Core.

University of Alabama at Birmingham Comparative Pathology Laboratory

Research Support Building 250 18th St S & 9th Ave S Birmingham, AL United StatesMission The UAB Comparative Pathology Laboratory (CPL) supports the Animal Resources Program (ARP) animal care and health surveillance programs, and assists UAB investigators in achieving their specialized animal research objectives. Services CPL services are available to all UAB investigators according to standard fee schedules, and are described on the pages available from the top navigation bar.​

University of Michigan Biomedical Research Core Facilities (BRCF)

1150 W. Medical Center Dr.The University of Michigan Biomedical Research Core Facilities (BRCF), part of the Medical School Office of Research, is a collection of centralized labs and services offering state-of-the-art instruments and resources to faculty and staff.

University of Alabama at Birmingham Animal Resources Program

1720 2nd Avenue South Birmingham, AL, 35233 United StatesAnimal research at the University of Alabama at Birmingham is accredited by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International (AAALAC), is registered as a research facility with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), and has an has an Assurance of Compliance on file with the Public Health Service Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW). The Animal Resources Program (ARP) is the service unit that provides care for all animals required in research and teaching programs at UAB and affiliated hospitals. The ARP operates under the administrative authority of the President of UAB, is directly managed by the Assistant Vice President for Animal Services, and reports to the Vice President for Research and Economic Development. The ARP oversees approximately 215,000 square feet of space designated for use or care of laboratory animals. This space is distributed among 17 buildings on campus. Services provided by the ARP include the following. animal procurement daily care quarantine, testing, health surveillance, and veterinary medical care provision of facilities and personnel for procedures such as surgery, radiography, postoperative care, necropsy, and diet preparation assuring compliance with animal use laws and policies assisting with research and teaching programs that use animals

Ubiquity Genomics

601 Genome Way Huntsville, AL 35806Ubiquity Genomics provides tools and services for next-generation sequencing applications. Our proprietary technology enables researchers to sequence large, contiguous blocks of any reference genome at a cost that is significantly lower than other target enrichment approaches. We have specific kits for the human HLA/MHC locus, and we can custom build kits for any gene panel. Our technology is also compatible with bisulfite sequencing for epigenetic studies.

Vivo Biosciences

1601 12th Avenue South Birmingham AL 35205 USAVivo Biosciences offers 3D bioassay, screening, and gene profiling services.

ZETA Pharmaceuticals, LLC

120 Holmes Avenue, Suite 116 Huntsville, AL 35801Zeta Pharmaceuticals has a long history of pharma consulting and importing bulk active and inactive ingredients for the U.S. market. In past years this included nutritionals. Since 2001, our emphasis has been OTC and prescription pharmaceutical markets. As a result, we offer a broad and more diversified range of APIs to human and veterinary dosage manufacturers. Over the years our focus has been to offer a lower cost alternative to our customer’s existing sources. With this charter comes the responsibility to present manufacturers who meet CGMP and FDA standards. To facilitate this process we continue to retain the services of FDA consultants to monitor GMP submissions and to conduct pre-FDA inspections. A number of our products are schedule III and IV controlled substances. We have the experience and are very familiar with the regulatory guidelines and have the necessary DEA permits and warehouse facilities to handle these products. Our list of products continues to expand. Our multilingual staff and combined years of experience make Zeta Pharmaceuticals a resourceful partner. We welcome the opportunity to earn a position as one of your suppliers.

ZETA Pharmaceuticals, LLC

120 Holmes Avenue, Suite 116 Huntsville, AL, 35801 United StatesZeta Pharmaceuticals has a long history of pharma consulting and importing bulk active and inactive ingredients for the U.S. market. In past years this included nutritionals. Since 2001, our emphasis has been OTC and prescription pharmaceutical markets. As a result, we offer a broad and more diversified range of APIs to human and veterinary dosage manufacturers. Over the years our focus has been to offer a lower cost alternative to our customer’s existing sources. With this charter comes the responsibility to present manufacturers who meet CGMP and FDA standards. To facilitate this process we continue to retain the services of FDA consultants to monitor GMP submissions and to conduct pre-FDA inspections. A number of our products are schedule III and IV controlled substances. We have the experience and are very familiar with the regulatory guidelines and have the necessary DEA permits and warehouse facilities to handle these products. Our list of products continues to expand. Our multilingual staff and combined years of experience make Zeta Pharmaceuticals a resourceful partner. We welcome the opportunity to earn a position as one of your suppliers.

Zee Biologic

638 Idlewild Circle Birmingham, AL, 35205 United StatesZee Biologic is a company focused on developing and commercializing next generation research tools for biomedical scientists.