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American University Center for Behavioral Neuroscience Echo-MRI Core

Asbury 334 4400 Massachusetts Avenue Washington, DC 20016An Echo-MRI magnetic resonance imaging machine permits rapid, whole body scans of live, awake rats and mice to assess fat mass, lean tissue, fluid composition without stressing or compromising the behavioral competence of the animals. Center scientists now have a state-of-the-art core facility for optogenetic interrogation of neurons and neural circuits by using laser and LEDs to activate or deactivate neurons at the highest degree of temporal and spatial resolution.

American University Center for Behavioral Neuroscience

Asbury 334 4400 Massachusetts Avenue Washington, DC 20016We envision the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience as an externally-funded and self-sustaining center that integrates psychology, biology, neuroanatomy, and physiology with chemistry, physics and mathematics to advance understanding of the cognitive, emotional, sensory, and regulatory functions that underlie the behavior of both humans and animals. The center will bring together experts from these and other disciplines in a setting where students, faculty, and other research professionals work collaboratively to generate new ideas, methods, and concepts.

Animal Clinical Investigation (ACI) LLC

4445 WILLARD AVE 6th Floor Chevy Chase , MD, 20815 United StatesACI’s mission is defined in three words: opportunity, compassion and progress. We aim to create opportunity: for pet owners to have access to cutting edge treatment options for their pets, for our network veterinarians to offer investigational treatments to their clients, and for animal health companies to learn whether their drugs and products are safe and effective. We are driven by our compassion for companion animals. As a group of veterinarians, veterinary technicians, scientists, and support staff, we seek to improve and extend the lives of pet animals. Further, we deliver progress to the veterinary community, specifically contributing to scientifically validated, treatments and other products, and the body of knowledge of disease in companion animals. ACI has successfully designed and implemented trials that have tested novel chemotherapeutic agents, immunotherapeutic strategies using cytokine and tumor vaccines, anti-angiogenic therapies for dogs and cats with cancer, and specialized diets. Trials have been along the spectrum from pilot and proof-of-concept studies to pivotal trials submitted for regulatory authority approval. Trials are managed consistent with good clinical practice (GCP) standards in accordance with VICH guidelines. Clinical trials organized by ACI have primarily focused on testing new cancer treatments through our network of veterinary oncologists and radiation oncologists. ACI draws upon a large caseload of veterinary cancer patients through its network sites, as well as academic veterinary teaching hospitals, allowing for the rapid accrual of cases and high quality clinical data. In the past few years, ACI has expanded its efforts through our Specialty Network to include other complex medical conditions including inflammatory and metabolic disease, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, and other age-related medical problems. We are ready to start clinical trials with a single contract, providing multisite, pivotal or non-pivotal studies and commercialization support.

Avalere Health

1350 Connecticut Ave NW Suite 900 Washington, DC, 20036 United StatesAs the healthcare landscape evolves and your business needs change, count on us to help you adjust every step of the way. We deliver customized, high-impact strategies and practical, operational tools to solve problems. Real-world data combined with our deep industry and policy knowledge guarantees every stakeholder and influencer in healthcare achieves results.

American University Center for Behavioral Neuroscience Confocal Microscopy Core

Asbury 334 4400 Massachusetts Avenue Washington, DC 20016The Center's new Confocal Microscopy Core Facility enables 3-D visualization of cells and structures in the nervous system as represented in this image of neuron derived from the hippocampus, a brain structure important for memory.

American University Center for Behavioral Neuroscience Cognitive Neuroscience Core

Asbury 334 4400 Massachusetts Avenue Washington, DC 20016The new Cognitive Neuroscience Core Facility enables Center researchers to study the human brain and nervous system with advanced electroencephalographic (EEG), galvanic skin response (GSR) and other techniques.

Bostwick Laboratories

8403 Colesville Road Suite 1600 Silver Spring, MD 20910 USABostwick Laboratories provides anatomic and clinical pathology laboratory services specializing in the monitoring and diagnosis of cancer.

Catholic University of America Center for Applied Biomedicine and Rehabilitation Research

102 Irving Street, NW Washington DC 20010The Center for Applied Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Research works in coordination with the Biomedical Engineering department of the Catholic University of America and the research department of the Medstar National Rehabilitation Hospital.

Catholic University of America Center for Applied Biomedicine and Rehabilitation Research

102 Irving Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20010 United StatesThe Center for Applied Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Research works in coordination with the Biomedical Engineering department of the Catholic University of America and the research department of the Medstar National Rehabilitation Hospital.

Children's National Research Institute Cellular Neuroscience Imaging

111 Michigan Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20010The Cellular Neuroscience Imaging Core assists investigators with a broad array of imaging tools for neuroscience analysis including stereo dissection microscopes, electron microscopy, wide-field fluorescence microscopy, unbiased stereology, and time-lapse multiphoton microscopy. A major effort of the Core is advisory services to investigators to help plan and carry out experiments. As such, the Core staff spends considerable time training new investigators and troubleshooting.

Children's National Research Institute Genetic and Proteomics, and Bioinformatics Core

111 Michigan Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20010The Center for Genetic Medicine Research and the Department of Integrated Systems Biology host a series of regional and national core facilities. The goal of these core facilities is to facilitate research across the institute as well as external laboratories, through applications of specialized technologies and expertise to investigators’ projects. The core houses state-of-the-art equipment purchased through institutional funds, philanthropic donations, and research grants, totaling more than $10 million. Providing other investigators easy access to these facilities and equipment is an important value shared by the faculty.

Catholic University of America The Center for Advanced Training in Cell and Molecular Biology

CATCMB/103 McCort-Ward Bldg. The Catholic University of America Washington, DC 20064The Center for Advanced Training in Cell and Molecular Biology, a unit of the Department of Biology at The Catholic University of America has been established in 1983 as an International Center to provide expert training for scientists, technicians, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows. Its focus is on the new and established biomedically-related concepts and technologies which provide the major impetus for contemporary research,innovative industrial applications, and sophisticated diagnostic laboratory techniques.

Children's National Research Institute RAF

111 Michigan Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20010The animal care program at Children’s National is fully accredited by the AAALAC. The primary function of the RAF is to assist faculty, trainees, and staff in upholding organizational commitment to treat animals in a humane way, according to the highest ethical and scientific standards.

Children's National Research Institute Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorting (FACS)

111 Michigan Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20010The FACS Core facility currently has a BDInFlux cell sorter, 4 cell analyzers, MACSQuant analyzer, BD FACSCalibur, Amnis Imagestream X and BD FACSCanto II to serve a large diverse group of laboratory investigators and clinicians at Children’s National Health System.

Carnegie Institute for Science

1530 P Street NW, Washington DC 20005Andrew Carnegie established a unique organization dedicated to scientific discovery “to encourage, in the broadest and most liberal manner, investigation, research, and discovery and the application of knowledge to the improvement of mankind...” The philosophy was and is to devote the institution’s resources to “exceptional” individuals so that they can explore the most intriguing scientific questions in an atmosphere of complete freedom. Carnegie and his trustees realized that flexibility and independence were essential to the institution’s success and that tradition is the foundation of the institution today as it supports basic scientific research. Carnegie is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.

Carnegie Institute for Science

1530 P Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20005 United StatesAndrew Carnegie established a unique organization dedicated to scientific discovery “to encourage, in the broadest and most liberal manner, investigation, research, and discovery and the application of knowledge to the improvement of mankind...” The philosophy was and is to devote the institution’s resources to “exceptional” individuals so that they can explore the most intriguing scientific questions in an atmosphere of complete freedom. Carnegie and his trustees realized that flexibility and independence were essential to the institution’s success and that tradition is the foundation of the institution today as it supports basic scientific research. Carnegie is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.

Department of Health and Human Services

200 Independence Avenue, S.W. Washington, DC 20201 USAThe Department of Health and Human Services is the nation's largest repository of public data and is dedicated to making high value health data more accessible to entrepreneurs, researchers, and policy makers in the hopes of better health outcomes for all.

Department of Health and Human Services

Washington, DC United StatesThe Department of Health and Human Services is the nation's largest repository of public data and is dedicated to making high value health data more accessible to entrepreneurs, researchers, and policy makers in the hopes of better health outcomes for all.

George Washington University Research Pathology Core Laboratory

Ross Hall, Suite 706 2300 Eye St., NW Washington, D.C. 20037The Research Pathology Core Laboratory is a research core facility developed in support of the Institute for Biomedical Sciences and housed in the Department of Pathology at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences. The facility is located in room 706 Ross Hall. The Pathology Core Laboratory is available to provide research services for both human and animal tissues, including tissue processing, embedding, sectioning, routine H&E and special stains, frozen sections, optimization and performance of Immunohistochemistry, and Electron Microscopy. Biorepository services and Pathology consultative services are also available.

George Washington University Flow Cytometry Core Facility

Ross Hall 118 2300 I Street NW Washington, DC 20037The Flow Cytometry Core Facility was established within the School of Medicine and Health Sciences in July 2004. In 2009, the facility came under the auspices of the Office of the Vice President for Research. The facility provides high quality service to investigators within the George Washington University, as well as outside individuals. Two flow cytometers in the facility are user-operated and the other is operated by the Core Facility’s personnel. The facility also houses a matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometer for proteomic analyses.

Howard University Health Sciences Sickle Cell Center Research Scientist Laboratory

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060This core laboratory is an integral part of the NHLBI Research Scientist Program and the Center for Sickle Cell Disease. It contains bench space to accommodate up to eight (8) researchers and has capabilities for advance biochemical, molecular biological and proteomic research. The laboratory contains: a sterility cabinet, a walk-in cold room, a chemical hood and other equipment (including low and high pressure chromatography systems, various centrifuges, plate readers, spectrophotometers, scintillation counter, phosphoimager, speedVac and gel dryer, PCR machines including quantitative PCR, digital cameras and incubators with CO2). It also accommodates a MultiPlex (Bio-Rad) instrument.

Howard University College of Pharmacy Center for Drug Research & Development

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060This new facility, located in the College of Pharmacy, allows for small-scale production of pharmaceutical products and provides contractual services to biotech and pharmaceutical industries for Phase I, II studies.

Howard University Health Sciences Nutrition Assessment Core

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060This core provides dietary assessment necessary to plan and conduct research that demands nutritional support. Methodologies to assess nutrition risk and comprehensive evaluation of nutritional status include anthropometrics, bioelectrical impedance analysis, food intake (administration, review and analysis of dietary intake via quantitative food frequency questionnaires, food diaries, diet recalls and diet history) and nutrition analysis via computerized analysis of dietary intake using nutrient data analysis software. Additional services provided are diet education, protocol development and training.

Howard University Cancer Center Animal Core Facility

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060The Cancer Center utilizes the Animal Facility shared resource that is housed in the College of Medicine. The Howard University Veterinary Services is an accredited independent laboratory an animal facility with the responsibility for providing professional animal care and technical services for University biomedical research. and animal care program are fully accredited by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International (AAALAC) and meet Federal guidelines and regulations for the humane care and use of laboratory animals.

Howard University College of Medicine Molecular Imaging Laboratory

2041 Georgia Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20060Mission: To promote and support a sustainable long-term research at Howard University using modern imaging technology to study the mechanism of disease processes and their response to therapy at the molecular, subcellular, cellular, and whole animal levels. Objectives: To provide state-of-the-art instrumentation, technical expertise and essential services for molecular, cellular and in vivo imaging To provide a broader training experience students and faculty in biomedical imaging through methodology- centered seminars, workshops, mini-courses, and internships To foster new multidisciplinary research collaborations using modern imaging techniques The Molecular Imaging Laboratory research focuses on in vivo imaging using MRI, and optical fluorescent and bioluminescent imaging. In particular, we are interested in using molecular imaging techniques to study mechanisms of image contrast enhancement, improvement of sensitivity and specificity of tumor detection, and applications of diagnostics using small diseased animal models.

Howard University Health Sciences Biostatistics Core

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060The Biostatistics Core provides statistical and data management support services regarding study design, randomization, power analysis, data processing, quality control, database development and management and statistical analysis for clinical and population based studies.

Howard University Cancer Center Common Equipment Core

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060The common equipment core includes expensive equipment that is to be shared by members of the Cancer Center including ultracentrifuges, scintillation counters, autoclaves, and freezers. The Shared Resource is responsible for overseeing all repairs and maintenance of the equipment. In addition, the Resource maintains an inventory of common equipment to ensure availability to all members of the Cancer Center. The resource also determines the best maintenance agreements for equipment such as freezers, balances, and centrifuges. Centralized decontamination and autoclaving services are provided for investigators. A Realtime PCR machine is available to researchers that enable the investigators to quantitate levels of mRNA expression in extremely small cell samples. The Imaging facility serves to facilitate the collection and analysis of autoradiography data. The phosphoimager also has chemiluminescence and fluorescence capabilities. The phosphoimager, computer, software, and hardware are available for analysis and presentation of collected data.

Howard University Cancer Center Biobehavioral Core Laboratory

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060The Biobehavioral Core Laboratory houses the facilities for clinical exercise physiology and psycho-physiological research. The Clinical Exercise Physiology Research facility is equipped with a Cosmed Quark b2 metabolic cart and Cosmed electrocardiogram (ECG) equipment that is programmed into a Burdick Treadmill. This is used for performing graded exercise tests to assess risk for cardiovascular disease and functional work capacity training. An Ergoline 500 medical ergometer is used for exercise testing when a cycle ergometer is needed. In addition, the laboratory has 3 other treadmills that are used exercise intervention training programs. The Psychophysiology component consists of 3 computers (Dell Desktop Pentium 4, Gateway Pentium 4, and Toshiba Portege Tablet PC Pentium III). One desktop is used for data acquisition, one for data analysis and the third for internet usage. There is a surveillance camera (Security Labs) that is used to monitor participants as they take part in study tasks. To collect impedance cardiograph data, the HIC-2002 Impedance Cardiograph is used along with the COP –Win 5.10 USB version cardiac output program for windows. This equipment is designed to measure a variety of cardiovascular measures (heart rate, stroke volume, cardiac output, pre-ejection period, left ventricular ejection time, total ejection period, and heather index). The Dinamap Vital Signs Monitor (Model 1846 SX) is used to assess systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure. Lastly, a number of psychological tasks are also included in the lab such as the Automatic Mirror Tracer (Model 5403), the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (3 rd Edition Form IIIA and Form IIIB) and the Wisconsin Card Sorting Task for Windows.

Howard University Health Sciences Biomedical Imaging Core

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060This core facility supports multidisciplinary biomedical research using modern imaging technology to train a new generation of young scientists. It is equipped with three (3) laboratories:

Howard University Cancer Center Molecular Genetics Core

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060The Molecular Genetics Core facility is approximately 7,500 square feet. There are two large laboratories (~1500 sq. ft. each), a DNA sequencing and genotyping room (~800 sq. ft.), two cold rooms, dark room, and a walk-in freezer. The laboratory space is equipped with benches, tables, sinks, distilled water, fume hoods and separate areas for tissue culture, PCR, and radioisotope use. Four Pentium III NT Workstations (400-500 MHz) and four Power Macintosh G4's provide the computational hardware for the Molecular Genetics laboratory. The eight computers are networked together via the Genome Center NT server with the 5 computers operating three ABI 377 DNA sequencers and two DNA Wave Machines in addition to the computers used by the Genetic Epidemiology and Statistical Genetics units. The molecular genetics laboratory contains all the standard equipment necessary for large-scale, high throughput molecular analysis of DNA variation. These items include centrifuges, water baths, gel electrophoresis apparatus, pipettes, glassware, balances, etc. The laboratory also has two Transgenomics DNA Wave machines for SNP detection using dHPLC. The genotyping room contains three ABI 377 automated sequencers, ten Perkin Elmer 9700 thermocyclers, and the PSQ 96 Pyrosequencing platform for SNP genotyping. Molecular genetics laboratory space on the 5th floor of the Cancer Center contains two ABI 373 automated sequencers. The immunogenetics core research laboratory, also on the 5 th floor of the cancer center, provides approximately 800 sq ft of additional laboratory space for molecular genetics work. The Genome Center also contains functional assays, mutation detection, and positional cloning, and a separate tissue culture facility for extraction of DNA from blood samples and EBV cell transformation. Also available are industrial freezers, refrigerators, centrifuges and a dark room, and an electron microscope.

Howard University Health Sciences Confocal Microscopy Laboratory

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060This laboratory is equipped with an Olympus Fluoview 300 confocal microscope fitted with three (3) monochromatic lasers for visualization of fluorescent molecules or endogenous fluorescent proteins. The confocal microscope provides the unique ability to image photons emitted from individual focal planes allowing for their localization within a three-dimensional sample. The imaging station also provides Sigmastat software for statistical analysis of imaging data, as well as the Adobe Creative Suites package used to process raw confocal files for creation of publication quality images and figures.

Howard University Cancer Center Tissue Repository Core

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060The repository is responsible for tissue collection, storage, data management as well as conducting prognostic indicators and diagnostics. The collection of specimens from patients undergoing surgical procedures at Howard University Hospital is being conducted through a collaboration of the Surgery and the Pathology Departments. A database with the specimens de-identified has also been created. The collected specimens are from a variety of tissue sites including breast, colon, rectum, stomach, ovary and liver. Normal and malignant and benign tumor-containing tissue is collected from primary tumors in a variety of sites. The organ/gross specimen is transported to the surgical pathology suite by the operating room nurse or house staff. Dr. Naab or an assigned senior pathology resident and the technician assigned to the acquisition of tissue for the tissue repository is then paged. Within one hour of arrival, the specimen will be opened in a sterile manner. The amount of tumor is then assessed. If remnant tumor tissue is available, it will be harvested in a sterile manner using a disposable scalpel on a sterile chux. If possible, three 5 mm cubes of tissue should be harvested and placed in a sterile centrifuge tube which has been marked, using an indelible marker, with an assigned number which includes the date and an abbreviation of the site, e.g. 101306BT1. Three 5 mm cube of grossly normal tissue should be harvested which should be located ideally 2 or more cm from the tumor mass. A frozen section will be prepared from tumor tissue immediately adjacent to the cube of tumor tissue harvested in order to confirm the presence of malignancy. When grossly recognizable malignancy is evident in regional lymph nodes, a cube from an involved node will also be harvested in a sterile manner. Fresh scalpel blades will be used for each specimen in order to avoid cross contamination. When insufficient tissue is available for submission, a scraping of the malignancy should be made and transferred to a sterile tube. The tubes containing the tissue samples or scrapings will be labeled and capped. The samples will then be snap frozen in the dewar containing liquid nitrogen which has been brought by the technician. The primary source of liquid nitrogen will be available in Howard University Cancer Center. The technician will then retrieve the tubes after one minute and will transport the specimens to the Howard University Cancer Center in a closed styrofoam container. The samples will be temporarily placed in an ultraslow temperature (-170 degree Centigrade) freezer housed in the Howard University Cancer Center. Data bases linking the samples and the exact patient demographics are maintained in a password protected file housed in the Howard University Cancer Center and the Department of Pathology. The long term storage of the samples has not been established but evaluations of various facilities are ongoing.

Howard University Health Sciences Proteomics Core Facility

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060The Proteomics Core provides mass spectrometry support and is equipped with analytical instrumentation and technical expertise for proteomic analysis for basic biomedical and clinical research projects. The Proteomics Core Facility provides training for students and faculty in biomolecular analysis through methodology-centered seminars, workshops, mini-courses, and internships; it fosters multidisciplinary research collaborations using modern Proteomics technology.

Howard University Health Sciences Proteomics Core Facility

2041 Georgia Avenue Northwest Washington, DC, 20060 United StatesThe Proteomics Core provides mass spectrometry support and is equipped with analytical instrumentation and technical expertise for proteomic analysis for basic biomedical and clinical research projects. The Proteomics Core Facility provides training for students and faculty in biomolecular analysis through methodology-centered seminars, workshops, mini-courses, and internships; it fosters multidisciplinary research collaborations using modern Proteomics technology.

Howard University Health Sciences Clinical Research Unit (CRU)

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060The Clinical Research Unit is funded by a prestigious NIH Clinical Translational Science Award, in partnership with Georgetown University. Located in Howard University Hospital, the 5200 square foot facility includes three rooms with hospital beds and 24-hour nursing coverage. This unit serves as the site of most clinical or human subject research activities at Howard University. CRU nurses provide phlebotomy services, biological sample collection, survey administration, overnight sleep studies and metabolic assessments, as needed.

Howard University Health Sciences Electron Microscopy Suite

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060This laboratory is one of a handful in the country with technical expertise to perform dual-labeling immunocytochemical ultrastructural studies in neural tissues. It contains a JEOL-1210 transmission electron microscope (with a digital camera system and software for image analysis), a Reichert Ultramicrotome, Vibratomes and diamond knives.

Howard University Health Sciences Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060The center provides the necessary human, software and hardware resources to perform computational biomedical research on gene and protein sequence analysis, the design and development of new and improved therapeutic agents, biomolecules and biomaterials, and the development of a better understanding of cellular processes. The laboratory provides support for research in the following areas: 1) bioinformatics and statistical genetics, 2) macromolecular analysis and simulation, 3) virtual ligand screening and database development, 4) computational chemistry, and 5) computational proteomics and methods development.

Howard University Cancer Center Clinical Protocol & Data Management Core

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060Our goal is to facilitate the implementation, conduct, and quality assurance monitoring of clinical trials. We support cancer control, chemoprevention, and treatment clinical trials. The treatment trials are primarily Phase III trials from the Minority Based Community Clinical Oncology Program. The key responsibilities of the Core are: (1) recruitment; (2) enrollment; (3) data management; (4) compliance; (5) patient adherence; and (6) follow up. The Core’s responsibility also includes addressing the regulatory issues associated with clinical trials.

Howard University Cancer Center Flow Cytometry Core

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060The goals of this Core Facility are to provide flow cytometry services for Howard University’s research investigators, and develop new applications. The core facility has one Becton Facscalibur Dickinson FCB4S.This two laser, 6 parameter, 4 color instrument provides both clinical research and basic research services, but is also available for use by research investigators. The flow cytometry is also equipped with CELLQUESTpro and Modifit. Cellquestpro is both data acquisition and analysis program operates in the Macintosh environment. Modfit is designed to analyze DNA histograms and it has advanced capabilities for aiding the user in handling background, aggregates and debris. The following services are provided by this Core facility: (1) User Access to Flow Cytometry Equipment (make sure trained); (2) Analysis of User-Prepared Samples by Staff; (3) Sorting (separation) of Sub-populations of Cells; (4) Graphical and Statistical Analysis of Flow Cytometry Data; (5) Archiving of Flow Cytometry Data Files; (6) Presentation Graphics from Flow Cytometry Data; (7) Training in Instrument Operation; (7) Consultation in Assay Design. A consultation is required before initiating any new projects. The fee schedule is detailed below.

Instron

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Natural Products Association

1773 T Street, NWNatural Products Association offers purity and composition testing services for Chinese raw materials.

Natural Products Association

Washington, DC United StatesNatural Products Association offers purity and composition testing services for Chinese raw materials.

Quantum Clinical Trials

3801 Connecticut Avenue NW Suite 100b Washington, DC 20008 USAQuantum Clinical Trials (QCT) researches, develops, manufactures and markets products that aid in diagnosis and treatment of disease, that enable lives to be sustained or saved, in people who have either acute of chronic conditions.

Renovar

200 E WashingtonRenovar offers protein biomarkers, custom assay development, and biomarker measurement in the testing of human urine with biomarker selection services in application to kidney function studies.

Randox

Room 522-523, Fortune Times Tower, No.1438 North Shanxi Road, Putuo District, Shanghai, China 20060Randox Laboratories, through its business units, offer diagnostic services, life science reagents, biomarker testing services, antibody/drug assay development, and toxicology services.

Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

3001 Connecticut Ave., NW Washington, DC 20008The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) facilitates and promotes conservation biology programs at the National Zoo. Scientists at SCBI have long been leaders in the study, management, protection and restoration of threatened species, ecological communities, habitats and ecosystems.

Synergy Research

1025 Connecticut Ave NWSynergy Research assist foreign pharmaceutical companies in establishing their brand in the United States in addition to providing contract preclinical and clinical services.

SISCAPA Assay Technology

1759 Willard SI NW Washington D.C. , 20009 United StatesSISCAPA Assay Technologies, Inc (SAT) was founded in 2011 by Leigh Anderson, Terry Pearson and Constance Seniff in the belief that mass spectrometry, combined with a simple workflow, could overcome the barriers slowing validation of new protein biomarkers, and adoption of multiplex test panels for clinical use. To this end, SAT provides services and products for accurate quantitation of specific proteins in an automated, multiplexed and high throughput manner. In recognition of these efforts, SAT was awarded the HUPO Science and Technology Award in 2015.

Science Notes LLC

2800 Quebec Street NW Washington DC, DC, 20008 United StatesMedical Writer and Board Certified Geriatric Pharmacist, Owner of Science Notes LLC Previous Role in Managed care pharmacy, Drug formulary management, cost-effectiveness and comparative effectiveness, CMS quality of care measures Experienced in Writing Continuing Medical Education Slide Sets, Needs Assessments proposals, manuscripts, outcome reports. White papers, Conference proceedings, Advisory Board reports, Meeting Minutes Promotional and Marketing Medical Material Quality Assurance Regulatory Review (Study Protocols, Clinical Study Reports, Safety and Efficacy Summaries, Other regulatory documents) Clinical Research Manuscripts Services Offered Medical Translation from and into (Arabic, French, German, Spanish) Graphic Design for Medical Material Pharmacy Consultant Implementation of Protocols for Optimal Drug Utilization at Hospitals, Primary Care Clinics, Nursing Facilities, Other... Prior Authorization for Specialty Pharmacy Drugs

ToxServices

1367 Connecticut Avenue NW,ToxServices provides risk assessment, safety evaluations, and environmental assessments.

Technology Science Group (TSG)

Washington, DC 1150 18th Street, NW Suite 1000 Washington, DC 20036Technology Sciences Group Inc. (TSG) provides state, federal and international expertise on a wide range of scientific and regulatory issues. With experts in regulatory affairs, chemistry, toxicology, environmental fate and risk assessment, TSG provides services in support of the development, registration, compliance and defense of chemically related products. Our clients include chemical, pesticide, consumer product, food, personal care and animal health companies, as well as industry groups, trade associations and law firms

The Weinberg Group

Washington, DC United StatesThe Weinberg Group offers regulatory strategy, compliance and scientific product support.

United BioSource Corporation (UBC)

4445 Willard AvenueWho We Are United BioSource Corporation (UBC) is a leading provider of pharmaceutical support services, partnering with life science companies to make medicine and medical products safer and more accessible. Our diverse suite of services helps bridge the gap between development and delivery and builds brand loyalty through patient access and adherence. UBC is well known for our ability to generate authoritative, real-world evidence of product effectiveness, safety, and value to assist healthcare decisions and enhance patient care. With the strength of our parent company, Express Scripts, one of the nation’s largest healthcare companies, UBC leads the market in providing integrated, comprehensive clinical, safety, and commercialization services. Working hand-in-hand with Express Scripts’ specialty pharmacy and specialty distribution organizations, Accredo and CuraScript SD, UBC is uniquely positioned to seamlessly integrate best-in-class services throughout the lifecycle of a product. Developing a drug, taking it through commercialization, and demonstrating its post-launch value and safety is a complex journey. Regulatory hurdles and payer decision-making are increasing the complexity around drug development and product choices. UBC has aligned our expertise and industry insight to help manufacturers make informed decisions early in the product journey that ultimately optimize care and improve patient outcomes. The most successful product journeys start with great maps. UBC’s industry-leading experts work in unison to effectively navigate the product lifecycle, focusing on: Safety Loyalty Access

US EPA Andrew W. Breidenbach Environmental Research Center

1200 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20004, USThis 22-acre complex is EPA’s second largest research and development facility and is internationally recognized for water research, bioremediation and pollution prevention. In addition to AWBERC, EPA's Cincinnati facilities include the following: Testing and Evaluation Center Center Hill Facility Research Support Annex 2 National Service Center for Environmental Publications Warehouse Several other facilities, including a boat warehouse and a Research Containment Facility Sustainable Features A multi-year infrastructure replacement project (IRP) replaced mechanical systems, controls and equipment that was more than 30 years old with modern, more efficient models, including: More efficient fans, pump and motors New 600-ton chiller and sequence of operations for the chiller plant controls Variable air volume technology, which is more efficient than constant volume Separating laboratories from offices and replacing one-pass air in offices with recirculated air A heat recovery system that recaptures heating and cooling energy from the exhaust system and uses it to pre-heat or pre-cool the incoming air High-performance fume hoods that can be operated at lower air flows and hibernated when not in use Automatic sash closures on all high-performance fume hoods that reduce air flow—and energy use—when the hood is unoccupied Commissioning of the laboratory ventilation system and rebalancing the air distribution systems Transition from cooling towers to a free cooling system for process cooling An upgrade of parking lot lighting equipment with more energy-efficient technology Occupancy sensors that control lights and space temperatures AWBERC replaced a single-pass water-cooled ice machine with one that saves 300,000 gallons of water per year. Restroom fixtures were replaced with models that save about 210,000 gallons of water per year. A stormwater management master plan is the framework for EPA stormwater improvements.

US EPA Andrew W. Breidenbach Environmental Research Center

1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW (3204R) Washington, DC , 20460 United StatesThis 22-acre complex is EPA’s second largest research and development facility and is internationally recognized for water research, bioremediation and pollution prevention. In addition to AWBERC, EPA's Cincinnati facilities include the following: Testing and Evaluation Center Center Hill Facility Research Support Annex 2 National Service Center for Environmental Publications Warehouse Several other facilities, including a boat warehouse and a Research Containment Facility Sustainable Features A multi-year infrastructure replacement project (IRP) replaced mechanical systems, controls and equipment that was more than 30 years old with modern, more efficient models, including: More efficient fans, pump and motors New 600-ton chiller and sequence of operations for the chiller plant controls Variable air volume technology, which is more efficient than constant volume Separating laboratories from offices and replacing one-pass air in offices with recirculated air A heat recovery system that recaptures heating and cooling energy from the exhaust system and uses it to pre-heat or pre-cool the incoming air High-performance fume hoods that can be operated at lower air flows and hibernated when not in use Automatic sash closures on all high-performance fume hoods that reduce air flow—and energy use—when the hood is unoccupied Commissioning of the laboratory ventilation system and rebalancing the air distribution systems Transition from cooling towers to a free cooling system for process cooling An upgrade of parking lot lighting equipment with more energy-efficient technology Occupancy sensors that control lights and space temperatures AWBERC replaced a single-pass water-cooled ice machine with one that saves 300,000 gallons of water per year. Restroom fixtures were replaced with models that save about 210,000 gallons of water per year. A stormwater management master plan is the framework for EPA stormwater improvements.

Viropro

Washington, DC United StatesViropro focuses on the discovery and development of potential therapeutic monoclonal antibodies directed specifically to disease causing proteins.

VA Cooperative Studies Program

810 Vermont Avenue, NW Washington, DC, USAVA Cooperative Studies Program (CSP) is responsible for planning and conducting large multicenter clinical trials and epidemiological studies.

VA Cooperative Studies Program

Washington, DC United StatesVA Cooperative Studies Program (CSP) is responsible for planning and conducting large multicenter clinical trials and epidemiological studies.

Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR)

Silver Spring, MD United StatesWalter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) focuses on research in malaria and HIV while offering its pilot bioproduction facility to produce and develop vaccines.

Washington DC VA Medical Center

50 Irving St. NW. Washington, DC 20422The more than 2,000 employees and volunteers of the Washington DC VA Medical Center take great pride in providing world-class health care to all Veterans in an environment that fosters compassion, commitment and service. Our mission is to respect and serve our Nation’s Veterans by honoring them with excellent health care at our main facility and at our four community-based outpatient clinics (CBOCs) located in Ft. Belvoir, VA; Southeast Washington, DC; and in Charlotte Hall and Camp Springs, MD. The Medical Center also operates a Community Resource and Referral Center for homeless and at-risk Veterans which is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Medical Center's culture and presence is transforming to meet the needs of more than 98,311 Veterans who are enrolled for VA health care in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. In FY 2014, the Medical Center had more than one-million (1,309,850) patient encounters and we are excited about expanding programs and offering services to meet the unique needs of Veterans. The Medical Center The Washington DC VA Medical Center, located within sight of the Nation's Capitol, is the only health care system that specifically provides care to Veterans. Offering tertiary care in a Complexity Level 1A hospital, allows ours staff to provide comprehensive primary and specialty care in medicine, surgery, neurology and psychiatry. The Medical Center has 175 acute care beds, 30 Psychosocial Residential Rehabilitation Treatment beds, and a 20-suite Fisher House. Also, the Medical Center is home to an adjacent 120-bed Community Living Center which provides Veterans with geriatric long-term care, hospice and palliative care. Specialized Services We provide specialized services and care for Veterans such as: invasive and noninvasive cardiology, home based primary care, women’s health, MRI, PET/CT center, interventional radiology, renal care, trauma services, nutritional services, homeless outreach, compensated work therapy, substance abuse treatment, recreation therapy, and alternative therapies as well as a wide variety of Telehealth services. The DC VA Medical Center is also home to the Integrative Health and Wellness (IHW) Program, a patient-centered program that offers services such as acupuncture, yoga, meditation, nutrition and health education, massage, qigong, and t'ai chi.

Washington DC VA Medical Center

50 Irving St. NW. Washington, DC, 20422 United StatesThe more than 2,000 employees and volunteers of the Washington DC VA Medical Center take great pride in providing world-class health care to all Veterans in an environment that fosters compassion, commitment and service. Our mission is to respect and serve our Nation’s Veterans by honoring them with excellent health care at our main facility and at our four community-based outpatient clinics (CBOCs) located in Ft. Belvoir, VA; Southeast Washington, DC; and in Charlotte Hall and Camp Springs, MD. The Medical Center also operates a Community Resource and Referral Center for homeless and at-risk Veterans which is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Medical Center's culture and presence is transforming to meet the needs of more than 98,311 Veterans who are enrolled for VA health care in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. In FY 2014, the Medical Center had more than one-million (1,309,850) patient encounters and we are excited about expanding programs and offering services to meet the unique needs of Veterans. The Medical Center The Washington DC VA Medical Center, located within sight of the Nation's Capitol, is the only health care system that specifically provides care to Veterans. Offering tertiary care in a Complexity Level 1A hospital, allows ours staff to provide comprehensive primary and specialty care in medicine, surgery, neurology and psychiatry. The Medical Center has 175 acute care beds, 30 Psychosocial Residential Rehabilitation Treatment beds, and a 20-suite Fisher House. Also, the Medical Center is home to an adjacent 120-bed Community Living Center which provides Veterans with geriatric long-term care, hospice and palliative care. Specialized Services We provide specialized services and care for Veterans such as: invasive and noninvasive cardiology, home based primary care, women’s health, MRI, PET/CT center, interventional radiology, renal care, trauma services, nutritional services, homeless outreach, compensated work therapy, substance abuse treatment, recreation therapy, and alternative therapies as well as a wide variety of Telehealth services. The DC VA Medical Center is also home to the Integrative Health and Wellness (IHW) Program, a patient-centered program that offers services such as acupuncture, yoga, meditation, nutrition and health education, massage, qigong, and t'ai chi.

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