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Av. Paulista, 1.079 -8o andar Sao Paulo, 01311-200 Brazil

Bio Soja Group

Av. Vereador Jose Mauad, 2000, São Joaquim da Barra - SP, 14600-000The Bio Soja Group is characterized by a great dynamism and since its foundation in 1971, the Group has been constantly improving its products and industrial processes. The Bio Soja Group currently has five industrial units, all of them are located near to Ribeirão Preto, in the State of São Paulo, thus facilitating the distribution of its products in all the units of the federation and exporting its product line for the Mercosur countries and Bolivia. At the present moment, the Bio Soja Group has more than 180 products, which are able to meet the needs of the most diverse cultures and the animal nutrition industry. These products are classified as acaricides, adjuvants, soil conditioner, soil fertilizers, foliar fertilizers, fertigation fertilizers, fertilizer for seed treatment, inoculants, ant bait and agriculture and livestock salts. The Bio Soja Groups has an agronomist and technical assistant’s team, which is constantly in contact with agricultural producers to enhance the use of its products in order to increase the agricultural productivity and profitability. The industrial units are in constant expansion and modernization aiming to add the most modern technologies for the enhancement of all industrial processes and reducing the emissions of pollutants to the minimum possible. The Bio Soja Group is certified with the ISO 9001:2000 certificate, demonstrating all the quality in its administrative, commercial and industrial processes. All the products in the industrial units are subjected to a strict quality control, from raw materials to finished products. The Bio Soja Group has always been next to the rural producer and always aimed to find alternatives to meet their needs and to work together to maximize the potential of their crops and their livestock.

Bilcare Research

Alameda Campinas 834 - Apto 111, Jardim Paulista - CEP:01404-001, Sao Paulo, BrazilBilcare Research provides clinical supplies and packaging.

Bioresearch of Brasil

Rua Caetés, 250 Perdizes Sao Paulo, SP CEP 05016-080 BrazilBioResearch has been providing the best in products and technology for Brazilian researchers for 15 years. BioResearch has incorporated some of the best brands in the industry, including the German company Eppendorf-AG, a world leader and synonym of quality in the manufacture of Microcentrifuges, Micropipettes and Thermocyclers. We have a full team of highly qualified and trained scientific advisors, engineers and electronics technicians to provide you with all the necessary information about the products marketed by our company. Headquartered in São Paulo and sub-headquarters in the main capitals of the country, we are constantly exceeding to meet the needs and expectations of our customers.

Bioagri Laboratories

Rio Claro / Piracicaba (SP 127), Km 24 - Cx. Postal 573 13412-000 - Piracicaba - SP - BrasilBioagri Laboratories offers quality control, dissolution profiles, BA/BE studies, assays, toxicological studies, and animal metabolism studies.

CAMECA

AMETEK do Brasil Rod. Eng° Ermênio de Oliveira Penteado - Km 57 13337-300 - Tombadouro Indaiatuba/SP Brazil

Chiesi farmaceutici

Rua Dr. Giacomo Chiesi, 151 km. 39,2 da Estrada dos Romeiros 06513-001 Santana de Parnaíba - SP, BrazilChiesi farmaceutici offers drug development, drug discovery, and clinical trials.

ChemTreat

ChemTreat Brasil, Av. Antonieta Piva Barranqueiros, 385 13212-000 Jundiaí, SP, Brasilt ChemTreat, we understand that success is centered on demonstrating reliability and earning trust. When customers purchase our products, they’re really buying the peace of mind that comes with knowing a seasoned ChemTreat field engineer has everything under control.

CLC Bio

CLC bio Brasil Rua Oscar Vidal, 388/303 Juiz de Fora/MG CEP 36016-290 BrazilCLC Bio provides bioinformatics and sequencing services.

Clinergy Health Research

Av. Dr. Chucri Zaidan, 296, 23rd floor – Vila Cordeiro, São Paulo – SP, 50030-000 – Brazil São Paulo, SP, 50030-000 BrazilCLINERGY Health Research is a Collaborative Research Organisation offering tailored solutions to drive operational excellence in Clinical Development by addressing key pain points generally overlooked by the traditional outsourcing model. At CLINERGY Health Research we apply our world class capabilities to our clients’ ways of working in order to leverage their potential through synergetic partnerships, helping health innovation reaching patients faster. CLINERGY can help you with: * Clinical Operations * Evidence Generation * Site Support Services * Data Analytics and Medical Writing * Tailored Process Optimisation * Pharmacokinetics and Cosmetics Studies THE KEY PROBLEMS WE SOLVE WHEN COMPARED TO THE TRADICIONAL OUTSOURCING MODEL: INEFFICIENCY - We all know how hard it is for mid-size & large companies to move fast. Through agile processes, high-end tech solutions, experienced staff and flexibility, CLINERGY acts as an extension of your team to deliver operational excellence. Fast. HIGH COST - Our business model was designed to foster long-term collaboration rather than transactional services allowing stakeholders of all sizes to have access to our solutions, so that patients in need of health innovation are the true beneficiaries of it. LACK OF CONSISTENCY - CLINERGY´s operating model was built upon Quality by Design and Risk-based Thinking in order to deliver robust, reliable and high quality output on everything we do. Finding a partner who can deliver value consistently is no longer a frustrating experience.

CEMSA Laboratory

Cidade Universitária São Paulo, CEP 05508-000 BrazilCenter for Applied Mass Spectrometry (CEMSA) Laboratory offers ADME services.

CEMSA Laboratory

São Paulo, SP BrazilCenter for Applied Mass Spectrometry (CEMSA) Laboratory offers ADME services.

ECLA - Estudios Clínicos Latinoamérica

Río de Janeiro, BrasilECLA (Estudios Clínicos Latinoamérica) provides clinical monitoring and trials, pharmacology, and assistance with regulatory, financial, and legal affairs.

Farmacore Biotechnology

Preto, BrazilFarmacore Biotechnology provides immunotherapy, vaccines, and immunomodulators in clinical and pre-clinical development for a variety of infectious diseases and cancers.

Fundacao OsWaldo Cruz (FIOCRUZ)

Av. Brazil, 4365 - Manguinhos, Rio de Janeiro - CEP: 21040-900To promote health and social development, to forge and disseminate scientific and technological knowledge, to be an agent of citizenship. These are the concepts that have guided Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, known as Fiocruz), attached to the Brazilian Ministry of Health and the most prominent science and technology health institution in Latin America. Inaugurated on May 25, 1900 under the name of Federal Serotherapy Institute, Fiocruz was given the mission of fighting the great problems of public health in Brazil. Therefore, Fiocruz became a think tank concerned with the Brazilian reality and experimental medicine. Today the institution is responsible for a range of activities which include research development; highly-regarded hospital and ambulatory care services; production of vaccines, drugs, reagents, and diagnostic kits; education and training of human resources; information and communication in the area of health, science and technology; quality control of products and services, and the implementation of social programs. It has over 11,000 employees and health professionals with different levels of involvement, a workforce proud of being at the service of life.

Genexion

Argentina, BrazilGenexion offers development of biopharmaceutical products specifically targeting chronic inflammatory and autoimmune disease.

Hospital Sírio-Libanês

Rua Dona Adma Jafet, 91 - CEP 01308-000 - Bela Vista - SPHospital Sírio-Libanês focuses on research and education.

Investiga

Av. Dr. Romeu Tórtima, 452 – Barão Geraldo 13084-791 – Campinas – SP – BrasilFaced with the need of the market, in 1993, Dr. André Vergnanini, dermatology professor at Unicamp, with extensive experience in the area, in partnership with the then pharmacist, a specialist in product development area, Samuel Son War founded the Allergisa . National pioneer in its field of expertise, began its work performing security tests, and quickly evolved for evaluating effectiveness.

Kosmo Science

688 Rua doze de Outubro street Valinhos - São Paulo - BrazilKosmo Science was founded in 2003 in Brazil and is a research company in the area of efficacy and safety of cosmetics and other products for beauty care and health. The main aims of the company are: -To disseminate scientific knowledge -To refine concepts and products, and -To develop new methodologies to evaluate the effectiveness of cosmetics. The company has consistently been recognized by regulatory bodies, industry sector and the wider community as a leading center of excellence in the country.

LabConnect

Av. General Valdomiro de Lima, 508 - Jabaquara, Sao Paulo, BrazilLabConnect is the preeminent provider of central laboratory support services for logistically and analytically complex studies. LabConnect offers clinical chemistry, DNA sequencing, nucleic acid extraction, genotyping, flow cytometry, pharmacology, and toxicology services.

Lonza

Rua Dom Lucas Obes 348, Ipiranga-São Paulo/SP, BrazilLonza 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.

Lonza

Rua Carmo do Rio Verde, 241 - 5 andar, Conjuntos 51 Santo Amaro, São Paulo, 04729-010 , BrazilLonza 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.

Laboratório EDOL

Avenida Portugal MG BrazilLaboratório EDOL produces pharmaceutical specialties for Ophthalmology, Dermatology and Dermocosmetics.

Medpace

Av. Maria Coelho Aguiar 215, Bloco B, 2° andar – Jd São Luiz, 05804-900 São Paulo – SP, BrasilMedpace is a Full Service CRO and offers clinical development services including medical writings, biometrics, regulatory affairs and quality assurance. Also offered are Central Lab Services, Bio-Analytical, Biomarker Testing, BioSample Storage and Management, Long-term BioRepository, Core Lab Services, Imaging, and a Phase I Safety Clinic.

NUDFAC

PE BrazilNUDFAC offers expertise in drug development and formulations while offering services in permeation studies, studies of bioavailability-Bioequivalence: pre-clinical pharmacology, clinical, analytical and biostatistics services included development/validation of analytical methods ; pharmacokinetics and toxicology analysis.

NSF Bioensaios

Palermo Street, 257 - Vila Santa Isabel 94480-775 Viamão – RS/ BrazilThe NSF Bioensaios laboratory began operations in 1990 giving services of chemical and biological analyzes for the environmental area, chemicals and foods. Currently conducts studies for registration and also analysis for quality control. Has a structure of more than 1200m 2, located in Viamao / RS and with the collaboration of more than 70 employees. Established primarily to perform ecotoxicity tests, was a pioneer in the sector. Over the years diversified its laboratories and expanded its field of expertise in the areas of contaminants in food and also safety assessment and characterization of chemicals such as pesticides, wood preservatives, oil dispersants, chemicals for water treatment and recently for drugs. Studies for characterizing and assessing the dangerousness of chemicals to humans and the environment. Analysis of contaminants in foods of vegetable and animal origin aiming to support food security and agribusiness. Analysis of environmental samples in accordance with the federal, state and municipal ordinances and resolutions. Support for the drug industry through the development and validation of analytical methods.

NIMGenetics

Rua Elvira Ferraz nº 250 Cj. 211 Itaim, São Paulo SP, 04552-040 BrazilNIMGenetics provides advanced Genomics, Transcriptomics, Bioinformatics and Stem Cell services leveraging NGS, Single-cell and arrayCGH technologies and expertise to support Biopharma Industry, CROs and Academic Researchers. At NIMGenetics, we pride ourselves on the Speed, Competitive Pricing and Tailored R&D Services we can offer our partners. We integrate the most modern technologies with an internally developed pipeline for genomic analysis, applying our own bioinformatics tools, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and a large proprietary genetic database. In addition, NIMGenetics’ Clinical Relationships, in Leading Hospitals and Clinics, as well as our Repository of Clinical Genomics Data, makes us an especially interesting partner to support R&D projects from the Earliest Discovery and Preclinical Stages to Clinical Trials and Companion Diagnostics (CDx). NIMGenetics offers Research and Development Support Services such as: Whole-Genome and Exome Sequencing, Gene Expression (RNASeq, Single Cell and Methylation Profiling), DNA-Encoded Chemical Libraries, Genomics for Cell and Gene Therapy, Optical Genome Mapping, CRISPR Off-target Effects, Viral Vector Integration Analysis, Bioinformatics Analysis, a growing Genomics Database of under-represented populations from the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America, and tailor-made R&D Consultancy projects. We support researchers in Oncology, Rare Diseases, Regenerative Medicine, Neurodevelopmental and Neurodegenerative Diseases, Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine, GastrointestinaI, Microbiome and a wealth of other Research Areas.

PlastLabor

103 Rua Vaz da Costa Rio de Janeiro, 20760-510 BrazilStructured with the latest technology in equipment and engineering construction, Plast Labor operates in the laboratory market, hospitals and food, beverage, cosmetic and pharmaceutical since 1987. This year, we completed 25 years of production and dedication to the quality of our processes, evolving with the acquisition of knowledge, continued investment in technology and qualified personnel. Today Plast Labor has wide representation in the production of market ready means to use, with more than 500 products in this line. Investments were made for expansion of the existing plant, and further constructed a new unit for industrial manufacturing equipment with innovative ensuring the pioneer in full automation of manufacturing processes of culture media.

Pharmaceutical Product Development (PPD)

Rua Leopoldo Couto de Magalhães Jr., 758, 7° 04542-000 São Paulo SP BrazilPPD offers central lab services, bioanalytical services, biomarker discovery services, assay development services, cGMP analytical services, CMC consulting, and pharmacology services.

Parexel

Avenida Americo VespucioParexel provides bioequivalence studies as well as clinical services across Phase I to Phase III of drug development including dose escalation, drug-drug interaction, biomarkers, first-in-man studies, ADME, imaging, and clinical research services.

Parexel

Av. Brig. Faria LimaParexel provides bioequivalence studies as well as clinical services across Phase I to Phase III of drug development including dose escalation, drug-drug interaction, biomarkers, first-in-man studies, ADME, imaging, and clinical research services.

PRA Health Sciences

Av. Angelica, 2250 9o. AndarAt PRA Health Sciences, providing innovative solutions for our clients is what we do. But innovation just for the sake of innovation isn’t why we do it. Side-by-side with our clients, we strive to move drug discovery forward, to help them develop life-saving and life- improving drugs. We help change people’s lives for the better every single day. It’s who we are. Innovating to help people is at the heart of our process, but it’s even more than that. It’s also our privilege.

Randox

Rua Fernandes Moreira, 415 CEP: 04716-000 - Sao Paulo / SP - BrasilRandox Laboratories, through its business units, offer diagnostic services, life science reagents, biomarker testing services, antibody/drug assay development, and toxicology services.

Remo Contract Research Organization

RS BrazilRemo Contract Research Organization (Remo CRO) offers full depth and breadth: preclinical, regulatory, and clinical service capabilities Consultation to strengthen your internal team Laboratory work on an array of preclinical cell and animal models Clinical trials support as needed through trial design, site selection, patient recruitment Sponsors get a customized services with a dedicated partner in Remo CRO Preclinical Service Line: Remo CRO Preclinical Services offers a full line of testing for efficacy and safety of your lead compound. We offer a wide range of experimental and disease models ranging from cell cultures to whole animal models and alternative species modelsWe incorporate bioinformatics with our Preclinical Development programs to identify ideal patient populations and minimize late-stage drug development failure. Our expert team is involved in every stage of your preclinical drug development from advising on experimental design to a comprehensive final report with raw data and full statistical analysis and interpretation. We offer Medical Writing (Clinical Research Protocols, Study Related Documents), Regulatory Document Assessment, Auditing & Compliance Overview, QC, Pharmacovigilance, Biostatistics. PRE-IND: Before initiating time-consuming non-clinical studies and establishing a clinical trial design, discuss plans with the FDA (and EMA) in a pre-IND meeting. Get FDA feedback on proposed IND studies and initial data. Remo CRO can arrange the pre-IND meeting, prepare the documentation package, and guide you to ask the right questions. IND: An IND application requests FDA authorization to administer an investigational drug or biologic to humans. It typically includes structure and composition of the candidate, manufacturing specifications, analytical evaluations, proposed safety studies, and the clinical study design. Remo CRO can ready your entire data and documentation package for an IND submission.

Sociedade Beneficente Israelita Brasileira Hospital Albert Einstein

627 Avenida Albert Einstein, , SP 05652, BRHospital Israelita Albert Einstein relies on qualified human resources, state-of-the-art equipment and, more importantly, attention, respect and agility to offer quality health care. We are prepared to tailor our services to the needs of each and every patient to guarantee excellence and a positive experience. With respect and professionalism, HIAE achieved a leading position in Latin America. It has been accredited for three consecutive times by the Joint Commission International and possesses a number of ISO certifications. The principle of continuous improvement and excellence is shared among all those who contribute to our work, from medical staff to scientists and management. Sustainable Growth Sociedade Beneficente Israelita Brasileira Albert Einstein constantly invests in projects and expansion plans to assure a sustainable growth for the hospital and prompt institutional answers to changes in the health care landscape. Expansion Plan The Master Plan is an ambitious expansion project which, by 2012, will modernize Morumbi Unit’s structure. The goal is to increase capacity for outpatient services and day clinic activities. Convinced that the future must be carefully built in the present, the Society chose a project that employs the green building concept. It takes into account innovative solutions to preserve resources - such as water, energy, and raw materials - and to decrease the production of waste products.

Sociedade Beneficente Israelita Brasileira Hospital Albert Einstein

Av. Albert Einstein, São Paulo, 627/701 BrazilHospital Israelita Albert Einstein relies on qualified human resources, state-of-the-art equipment and, more importantly, attention, respect and agility to offer quality health care. We are prepared to tailor our services to the needs of each and every patient to guarantee excellence and a positive experience. With respect and professionalism, HIAE achieved a leading position in Latin America. It has been accredited for three consecutive times by the Joint Commission International and possesses a number of ISO certifications. The principle of continuous improvement and excellence is shared among all those who contribute to our work, from medical staff to scientists and management. Sustainable Growth Sociedade Beneficente Israelita Brasileira Albert Einstein constantly invests in projects and expansion plans to assure a sustainable growth for the hospital and prompt institutional answers to changes in the health care landscape. Expansion Plan The Master Plan is an ambitious expansion project which, by 2012, will modernize Morumbi Unit’s structure. The goal is to increase capacity for outpatient services and day clinic activities. Convinced that the future must be carefully built in the present, the Society chose a project that employs the green building concept. It takes into account innovative solutions to preserve resources - such as water, energy, and raw materials - and to decrease the production of waste products.

Sao Paulo State University

Sao Paolo BrazilIt has consolidated a project joining scientific, technological, economic, cultural and social development committed to democratic principles and clearly conscious of its status of a governmental institution, inserted and highly active in Brazilian society. Unesp´s actions are focused in nearly every field of experimental and theoretical sciences such as: engineering, health, communication, humanities, social sciences and arts, among others. The interaction of Unesp with different sectors of society exerts a strong influence on its social landscape. Its high qualification level can be confirmed through the expressive number of former students inserted in the professional market, as well as its top position in Brazilian national ranks regarding all fields where it is present. Following the worldwide trend and sure to be prepared for that, Unesp is now, more than ever, looking for new boundaries to cross and challenges to face, by signing new agreements with top quality Institutions throughout the world. Unesp is a respected institution with accomplished members, fully-accredited programs and strong research base – and these will remain its priorities. Unesp is one of the largest and most important Brazilian universities, with distinguished achievements in teaching, research and extension services. Unesp is supported by State funds and along with USP (Universidade de São Paulo) and Unicamp (Universidade Estadual de Campinas) offers free public higher education in Sao Paulo State. Unesp is the most successful model of a multicampus university in Brazil. such unique characteristic allows intense and diversified activities in Sao Paulo, the most developed State in the country. its influence can be recognized by the level of regional development where its campuses are located: one in the State capital and 23 others strategically distributed throughout the State.

Spectra Comercio De Instrumentos

Rio de Janeiro BrazilLocated in Rio de Janeiro and operating in the market for analytical instruments for more than 20 years, Spectra has monitored the evolution of equipment and laboratory analysis technologies related to the pharmaceutical industry.

Shimadzu

Av. Marquês de São Vicente, 1771 - Barra FundaShimadzu offers analytical technology, laboratory instruments, testing machines, and scales.

Softcaps

Estrada dos Estudantes, 349 Cotia, São Paulo, Brasil - CEP: 06707-050Softcaps is specialized in the production of soft gel capsules.

Techtrials

Av das Nacoes Unidas 12901, Torre Norte, 11th floor São Paulo, SP BrazilTechtrials, Healthcare Data Science, offers Real World Evidence and Clinical Research support services including project management, clinical monitoring, contractors.

Techtrials

12901 Avenida das Nações Unidas Torre Norte, 11 andar SP, 04576-100 BrazilTechtrials, Healthcare Data Science, offers Real World Evidence and Clinical Research support services including project management, clinical monitoring, contractors.

Thorlabs, Inc.

Rua Riachuelo, 171 São Carlos, SP 13560-110 BrazilFounded in 1989, Thorlabs has its headquarters in Newton, NJ. This location is also home to our mechanics, optics, fiber, advanced systems technology, and advanced applications teams as well as one of our three distribution warehouses. On-site manufacturing allows us to customize our products quickly and efficiently to meet specialized customer requests. Our technical support team, call center, marketing, and web development teams make their homes in Newton as well, and are dedicated to providing comprehensive customer support and services.

Truven Health

Rochaverá Morumbi Av. das Nações Unidas, 14.171 – 15º andar – Marble Tower Morumbi – São Paulo, SP 04794-000 BrasilAt Truven Health Analytics™, our purpose is to make healthcare better — lower costs, improved quality, better results. Simple words. Yet remarkably complex concepts. But that's not stopping us. Or our customers. Every day, we get to work with smart, passionate professionals, from every facet of the industry, as they manage change and implement strategies that will achieve exactly those outcomes. Our customers are healthcare payers and providers. In both the private and public sectors. They're researchers and suppliers. Regulators. Movers and shakers in each piece and part of the healthcare world. With this broad view of healthcare, we're able to see when new challenges are just beginning to emerge. And that's when we begin working on new solutions. Data. We're driven by it. Known for our exacting collection and secure management of data, we've worked with clinical evidence, claims, clinical, and other healthcare data for more than 40 years. We know the challenges to watch for, what to do about them — and how to recognize new ones. Like finding new ways to measure risk for providers who take on more of it, and payers who contract for it. Or integrating data to deliver the solutions today's converging healthcare interests demand. Analytics. Because data alone is just numbers and letters. The need for reliable insights from data demands proven analytics. Our methodologies and algorithms are uniformly trusted across the industry to deliver critical information that leads to confident decisions. Coupled with flexible reporting, integration, and consulting services, our sophisticated analytics enable our customers to make their part of healthcare better, faster. Domain expertise. We have it. We really have walked in our customers' shoes. We've worked in their environments. That level of understanding, plus our leading data management capabilities and advanced analytics, are why our customers turn to us as their partner to deliver quality, reduce costs, and yield greater value in healthcare.

Universidade Federal do Ceara (Federal University of Ceara)

Av. da Universidade, 2853 Benfica, Fortaleza, CE, 60020-180 BrazilThe Federal University of Ceará is an autarchy linked to the Ministry of Education. It was born as a result of a broad movement of public opinion. It was created by Law No. 2,373 , of December 16, 1954, and installed on June 25 of the following year. In the beginning, under the direction of its founder, Prof. Antônio Martins Filho, consisted of the School of Agronomy, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Pharmacy and Dentistry. Headquartered in Fortaleza, State Capital, the UFC is an arm of the Ceará Higher Education system and its performance is based on the entire territory of Ceará, in order to meet the different scales of society requirements. The University is comprised of seven campuses called Campus do Benfica, Campus do Pici and Campus do Porangabuçu, all located in the city of Fortaleza (UFC headquarters), as well as Campus de Sobral, Campus de Quixadá, Campus de Crateús and Campus de Russas . The Federal University of Ceará, which has been committed to serve the region for more than 50 years, without forgetting the universal character of its production, arrives today with practically all the areas of knowledge represented in its campuses.

University of Sao Paulo

Butantã, , SP , BRUSP, as the major institution of higher learning and research in Brazil, is responsible for educating a large part of Brazilian Masters and Ph.D’s. On our site, you can find information about our structure, ways of entrance and services offered to the foreign community.

University of Sao Paulo

Butantã São Paulo, State of São Paulo, 03178-200 BrazilUSP, as the major institution of higher learning and research in Brazil, is responsible for educating a large part of Brazilian Masters and Ph.D’s. On our site, you can find information about our structure, ways of entrance and services offered to the foreign community.

UNC Department of Otolaryngology

CB# 7070UNC Department of Otolaryngology focuses on research.

Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC)

Rua João Pedro Pereira, 150Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC) focuses on research.

University of São Paulo

Monte Alegre - 14.048-900 - Ribeirão Preto – SPUniversity of São Paulo focuses on research in human diseases.

Ubiotech

Rua Quixabas, 245Ubiotech offers toxicity testing and special biological assays.

Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

6627 Avenida Presidente Antônio Carlos, , MG 31270-901, BRIn Minas Gerais, the first institution of higher level - the School of Pharmacy, Ouro Preto - dates from 1839. In 1875 the School of Mines was created and, in 1892, already in the republican period, the old capital of the State also gains the Law School. In 1898, with the change of the capital, the Faculty of Right is transferred to Belo Horizonte. Then, in 1907, the Free School of Dentistry was created and, four years later, the Faculty of Medicine and the School of Engineering. And in 1911, the course of Pharmacy appears, attached to the Free School of Dentistry. The creation of a university in the state was already part of the political project of the Inconfidentes. The idea, however, only came to fruition in 1927, with the founding of the University of Minas Gerais (UMG), a private institution, subsidized by the state, which emerged from the union of the four higher-level schools then existing in Belo Horizonte. The UMG remained in the state sphere until 1949, when it was federalized. Also in the 1940s, an extensive area was incorporated into the territorial patrimony of the University, in the Pampulha region, for the construction of the University City. The first buildings erected where the Pampulha campus is today were the Instituto de Mecânica (current Technical College) and the Rectory. The campus only began to be effectively occupied by the university community in the 1960s, with the beginning of construction of the buildings that now house most of the academic units. The current name - Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) - was only adopted in 1965. At the time of federalization, the School of Architecture and the Faculties of Philosophy and Economic Sciences were already integrated into UFMG. Then, as part of its expansion and diversification, the University incorporated and created new units and courses. The School of Nursing (1950), the Veterinary School (1961), the Minas Gerais Conservatory of Music (1962) and the Biblioteconomy (1962), Fine Arts (1963) and Physical Education (1969) schools emerged successively. . In 1968, the University Reform imposed a profound alteration to the organic structure of UFMG. This reform resulted in the unfolding of the former Faculty of Philosophy in several colleges and institutes. Thus, the current Faculty of Philosophy and Human Sciences, the Institute of Biological Sciences, the Institute of Exact Sciences and their respective basic cycles, the Institute of Geosciences and the Faculties of Literature and Education, emerged. Today, firmly established as a reference institution for the rest of the country, UFMG continues to expand. Five courses were created in the last four years: Agronomy (in Montes Claros), Performing Arts, Control Engineering and Automation, Computational Mathematics, Speech Therapy and, more recently, Nutrition. Opportunities for entry grow steadily. In addition to Belo Horizonte, the vestibular exam is now carried out in twelve cities in the interior of the State - Conselheiro Lafaiete, Contagem, Coronel Fabriciano, Divinópolis, Governador Valadares, Juiz de Fora, Lavras, Montes Claros, Pouso Alegre, Sete Lagoas, Uberlândia and Viçosa .

Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

Av. Pres. Antônio Carlos, 6627 Pampulha, Belo Horizonte, MG, 31270-901 BrazilIn Minas Gerais, the first institution of higher level - the School of Pharmacy, Ouro Preto - dates from 1839. In 1875 the School of Mines was created and, in 1892, already in the republican period, the old capital of the State also gains the Law School. In 1898, with the change of the capital, the Faculty of Right is transferred to Belo Horizonte. Then, in 1907, the Free School of Dentistry was created and, four years later, the Faculty of Medicine and the School of Engineering. And in 1911, the course of Pharmacy appears, attached to the Free School of Dentistry. The creation of a university in the state was already part of the political project of the Inconfidentes. The idea, however, only came to fruition in 1927, with the founding of the University of Minas Gerais (UMG), a private institution, subsidized by the state, which emerged from the union of the four higher-level schools then existing in Belo Horizonte. The UMG remained in the state sphere until 1949, when it was federalized. Also in the 1940s, an extensive area was incorporated into the territorial patrimony of the University, in the Pampulha region, for the construction of the University City. The first buildings erected where the Pampulha campus is today were the Instituto de Mecânica (current Technical College) and the Rectory. The campus only began to be effectively occupied by the university community in the 1960s, with the beginning of construction of the buildings that now house most of the academic units. The current name - Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) - was only adopted in 1965. At the time of federalization, the School of Architecture and the Faculties of Philosophy and Economic Sciences were already integrated into UFMG. Then, as part of its expansion and diversification, the University incorporated and created new units and courses. The School of Nursing (1950), the Veterinary School (1961), the Minas Gerais Conservatory of Music (1962) and the Biblioteconomy (1962), Fine Arts (1963) and Physical Education (1969) schools emerged successively. . In 1968, the University Reform imposed a profound alteration to the organic structure of UFMG. This reform resulted in the unfolding of the former Faculty of Philosophy in several colleges and institutes. Thus, the current Faculty of Philosophy and Human Sciences, the Institute of Biological Sciences, the Institute of Exact Sciences and their respective basic cycles, the Institute of Geosciences and the Faculties of Literature and Education, emerged. Today, firmly established as a reference institution for the rest of the country, UFMG continues to expand. Five courses were created in the last four years: Agronomy (in Montes Claros), Performing Arts, Control Engineering and Automation, Computational Mathematics, Speech Therapy and, more recently, Nutrition. Opportunities for entry grow steadily. In addition to Belo Horizonte, the vestibular exam is now carried out in twelve cities in the interior of the State - Conselheiro Lafaiete, Contagem, Coronel Fabriciano, Divinópolis, Governador Valadares, Juiz de Fora, Lavras, Montes Claros, Pouso Alegre, Sete Lagoas, Uberlândia and Viçosa .

Vigna Brazil Group

Ipiranga Av., 318 - Block A - 1601 - República CEP. 01046-010 - São Paulo/SP - Brazil

Wacker

Rua Municipal, 325 (antigo nº 100) - Jd. Alvorada 06612-060 Jandira - São Paulo BrazilWacker offers contract manufacturing, biologic analysis, and quality control/assurance services.

YBIOS

Barueri, SP BrazilYBIOS provides pharmacology and toxicology in vitro testing services.

Zambon

Av Nove de Julho, 1777 Itapecerica da Serra- São Paulo BrasilZambon offers contract manufacturing as well as products for pain management, respiratory needs, women's healthcare.