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Advanced Pharma

2950 NW 83rd Street Miami, FL 33147Advanced Pharma - Miami is a dedicated Phase I­-IV Clinical Research Facility. With our 40,000 sq. ft. turnkey facility we house a 100+ bed capacity Phase I unit with three 6-­8 bed IPUs (Intensive Procedural Units) as well as our Phase II­-IV group experts. Our principals have participated in clinical trials since 1992 and our team has 50-­plus years of combined research experience. Our multi-­specialty Physician Investigators enable us to engage in many aspects of Phase I­-IV Pharmaceutical, Bio­tech and Medical Device Trials. Our team of experts is dedicated to sustaining safe, ethical, high-quality medical research so sponsors can exceed their deadline and patients can benefit from the development of new treatments and therapies. We pride ourselves on bringing efficiency, innovation and value to the clinical research process. Our strict adherence to protocol and GCP standards, along with our uniform delivery of quality data guarantees the most efficient and timely outcome in all trials. Our historical patient data confirms that we have outstanding recruitment and retention percentages in the upper 90’s.

Advanced Pharma

2950 NW 83rd Street Miami, , FL , 33147 United StatesAdvanced Pharma - Miami is a dedicated Phase I­-IV Clinical Research Facility. With our 40,000 sq. ft. turnkey facility we house a 100+ bed capacity Phase I unit with three 6-­8 bed IPUs (Intensive Procedural Units) as well as our Phase II­-IV group experts. Our principals have participated in clinical trials since 1992 and our team has 50-­plus years of combined research experience. Our multi-­specialty Physician Investigators enable us to engage in many aspects of Phase I­-IV Pharmaceutical, Bio­tech and Medical Device Trials. Our team of experts is dedicated to sustaining safe, ethical, high-quality medical research so sponsors can exceed their deadline and patients can benefit from the development of new treatments and therapies. We pride ourselves on bringing efficiency, innovation and value to the clinical research process. Our strict adherence to protocol and GCP standards, along with our uniform delivery of quality data guarantees the most efficient and timely outcome in all trials. Our historical patient data confirms that we have outstanding recruitment and retention percentages in the upper 90’s.

Applied Bioanalytical Labs

Bradenton, FL United StatesApplied Bioanalytical Labs offers assay kits and contract assay services for oxidative stress.

ACES QC

1421 Northwest 47th Terrace Gainesville, FL, 32605 United StatesACES QC is a small business located in Gainesville, FL that does contract research for government and industrial sponsors.

AmeriPath

7111 Fairway Drive, Suite 400 Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33418AmeriPath provides diagnostic genomic and proteomic profiling services.

Analytical Research Systems

P.O. Box 140218 Gainesville, FL 32614-0218 USAAnalytical Research Systems provides professional and technical level services as well as manufacture of a wide range of specialty products needed by researchers in various fields of science.

Adventist Health System

900 Hope Way, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714, USAdventist Health System is a faith-based health care organization headquartered in Altamonte Springs, Florida. A national leader in quality, safety and patient satisfaction, Adventist Health System's more than 80,000 employees maintain a tradition of whole-person health by caring for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of every patient. With 45 hospital campuses and more than 8,200 licensed beds in 9 states, Adventist Health System facilities incorporate the latest technological advancements and clinical research to serve more than 4.7 million patients annually. The full continuum of integrated care also includes urgent care centers, home health and hospice agencies, and skilled nursing facilities. Each Adventist Health System facility operates independently in delivering care and services to best meet the needs of the local communities they serve. While each entity is unique, all remain united in one mission of Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ.

Adventist Health System

900 Hope Way Altamonte Springs, Florida, 32714 United StatesAdventist Health System is a faith-based health care organization headquartered in Altamonte Springs, Florida. A national leader in quality, safety and patient satisfaction, Adventist Health System's more than 80,000 employees maintain a tradition of whole-person health by caring for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of every patient. With 45 hospital campuses and more than 8,200 licensed beds in 9 states, Adventist Health System facilities incorporate the latest technological advancements and clinical research to serve more than 4.7 million patients annually. The full continuum of integrated care also includes urgent care centers, home health and hospice agencies, and skilled nursing facilities. Each Adventist Health System facility operates independently in delivering care and services to best meet the needs of the local communities they serve. While each entity is unique, all remain united in one mission of Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ.

Allay Pharmaceuticals

16600 NW 54th Ave Unit #23 Miami, FL 33014 USAAllay Pharmaceuticals offers pre-formulation studies, formulation development, drug delivery, manufacturing, tablet coating, and analytical services.

Applied Genetics Laboratories

1335 Gateway Drive, Suite 2001, Melbourne, FL 32901, USAApplied Genetics Laboratories offers cytogenetic analysis, karyotyping, and cell line characterization services, as well as Cot-1 DNA for a variety of species and normal human metaphase slides.

Applied Genetics Laboratories

1335 Gateway Drive Suite 2001 Melbourne, FL, 32901 United StatesApplied Genetics Laboratories offers cytogenetic analysis, karyotyping, and cell line characterization services, as well as Cot-1 DNA for a variety of species and normal human metaphase slides.

Accutest

4405 Vineland Road Suite C-15 Orlando, FL 32811Accutest Research Laboratories offers clinical trials, method development, pharmacokinetic analysis, BA/BE studies, and herbal medicine screening.

ACIC

11772 West Sample Road Coral Springs, Florida 33065, USAACIC provides fine chemicals, APIs, manufacturing, and clinical services.

Aurora Diagnostics

11025 RCA Center Drive Suite 300 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 USAAurora Diagnostics offers anatomic pathology, molecular diagnostics, and expertise in technologies such as IHC, FISH, and gene rearrangement.

Applied Genetic Technologies (AGTC)

11801 Research Drive Alachua, FL, 32615 United StatesAGTC is developing cures for rare lung and eye diseases, offering hope to patients with unmet medical needs.

Archer Pharmaceuticals

2040 Whitfield Avenue Sarasota, FL 34243 USAArcher specializes in targeted drug discovery for Alzheimer's disease while providing contract services in API synthesis and manufacturing.

Austrade

3309 Northlake Boulevard, Suite 201 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33403, USAAustrade provide the ingredients food and beverage manufacturers use to make the quality products.

Advent Research

4820 Park Blvd. Pinellas Park, FL 33781Advent Research provides research studies in a wide range of disciplines.

ASC Analytical Services

Independence Boulevard, Bldg E-3 Sarasota, FL 34234 USAAquea Scientific Corp. (ASC) Analytical Services offers scanning electron microscopy, HPLC, GC/MS, stability testing, and pKa determination services.

Arnet Pharmaceutical

2525 Davie Road, Bldg. 330 Davie, Florida 33317 USAArnet Pharmaceutical offers manufacturing of nutritional supplements, vitamins,minerals,herbal products,specialty products and diet aids.

Adpen Laboratories

11757 Central Parkway Jacksonville Florida 32224 USAAdpen Laboratories offers quality control, analytical testing, clinical studies, method development, and product release testing.

Adpen Laboratories

Jacksonville, FL United StatesAdpen Laboratories offers quality control, analytical testing, clinical studies, method development, and product release testing.

Applied Consumer Services

11890 N.W. 87 COURT, UNIT #8 Hialeah Gardens, FL 33018 USAApplied Consumer Services provides technical consulting, chemical analysis and testing of almost all consumer products plus non-medical forensic testing, air monitoring and testing, inventions, patent search, patent feasibility, patent application, patent development, failure analysis, product deformulation, and formulation.

Applied Consumer Services

Hialeah Gardens, FL United StatesApplied Consumer Services provides technical consulting, chemical analysis and testing of almost all consumer products plus non-medical forensic testing, air monitoring and testing, inventions, patent search, patent feasibility, patent application, patent development, failure analysis, product deformulation, and formulation.

Agro Services International

205 E. Michigan Avenue Orange City, FL 32763-2332 USAAgro Services International offers soil/plant chemical analysis, soil physical analysis, fertilizer/limestone analysis, water analysis, and nematode assay services.

Accel Clinical Services

3635 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., Suite 800 Port Orange,, FL 32129 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).

Accel Clinical Services

860 Peachwood Drive, DeLand, FL 32720 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).

Accel Clinical Services

675 Peachwood Drive, DeLand, FL 32720 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).

Accel Clinical Services

DeLand, FL United StatesAccel 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).

Accentia Biopharmaceuticals

324 South Hyde Park Avenue Suite 350 Tampa, FL 33606 USAAccentia Biopharmaceuticals offers contract manufacturing services for mammalian cells, monoclonal antibodies, and proteins.

Alberta Innovates

Hwy 16A & 75 Street Vegreville, AlbertaAlberta Innovates offers fermentation and organic chemical synthesis services.

ASC Seafood, Inc.

6340 118th Ave, Largo, FL 33773ASC Seafood, Inc. is a packager of quality frozen seafood portions. Portion control and a variety of packaging methods allows us to package seafood that fits the needs of our customers. ASC is the solution to a one stop packaging solution for retailers and food service distributors. USDC Inspected plant, run in accordance with HACCP regulations, Homeland Security, and new COOL Labeling.

AXO Chemical, Inc.

P.O. BOX 557973 Miami, FL 33255AXO Chemical has been in the export business for over 22 years. We have access to a wide variety of American products as well as to many from Europe and Asia. We offer a personalized service that simplifies purchasing by reducing the number of providers you have to deal with to satisfy your needs. We consolidate your order for maritime (or air) shipment in LTL or exclusive container load. We prepare the documentation and the merchandise following your instructions in order to abide by your country’s requirements. We can offer you from Industrial, Cosmetic, Food, Pharmaceutical, Reactive and Specialty Chemicals, to Sanitary Maintenance Plus.

AXO Chemical, Inc.

P.O. BOX 557973 Miami, , FL , 33255 United StatesAXO Chemical has been in the export business for over 22 years. We have access to a wide variety of American products as well as to many from Europe and Asia. We offer a personalized service that simplifies purchasing by reducing the number of providers you have to deal with to satisfy your needs. We consolidate your order for maritime (or air) shipment in LTL or exclusive container load. We prepare the documentation and the merchandise following your instructions in order to abide by your country’s requirements. We can offer you from Industrial, Cosmetic, Food, Pharmaceutical, Reactive and Specialty Chemicals, to Sanitary Maintenance Plus.

Accell Clinical Research

Accell Clinical Research, LLC 8875 Hidden River Parkway, Suite 300 Tampa, Florida 33637Regulatory support, clinical supply management, feasibility analysis, project management, clinical monitoring, quality assurance, marketing authorization procurement and data management for clinical research.

Algon Corporation

12000 SW 132nd Ct Miami, Florida 33186lgon Corporation is a worldwide distributor of raw material and industrial parts that are used in the Pharmaceutical, Cosmetic and Food Industries. We are strategically located in Miami, Florida which has become the best way to serve our multinational customers. From our modern facilities, ALGON CORPORATION offers our clients a vast line of raw materials and industrial parts of excellent quality, always complying 100% with the specifications required.

A.I.G. Technologies, Inc.

5001 NW 13th Avenue, Suite B Deerfield Beach, Florida, 33064 United StatesA.I.G. Technologies, Inc. is a quality developer and manufacturer of personal care, cosmetic, OTC (over-the-counter) and pharmaceutical topical drug products. Our philosophy has always been to constantly strive towards providing our customers with the best quality ideas, products, and services from product inception and development through manufacturing and distribution. We understand the need to meet the highest quality standards while remaining competitively priced. We work closely with our clients to select the best product, manufacturing, and packaging option to meet our clients' needs. Our goal has always been to achieve the highest quality standards while remaining competitively priced. From concept and formulation to final distribution, A.I.G. Technologies offers the expertise and product development for a wide range of products. • Complete procurement of raw materials and components. • Manufacturing of iron oxide based dispersions. • Manufacturing and filling of liquids, serums, creams, gels, lotions and pastes. • Product formulation, improvment, or re-engineering in our in-house laboratory. • FDA inspected and approved facility for API’s (active product ingredients), personal care, OTC (over the counter) and pharmaceutical topical drug products.

Accelovance

1600 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Suite 205 Melbourne, FL 32935Acclovance provides clinical development and research services.

ABC Research Laboratories

3437 SW 24th Ave Gainesville, FL 32607 USAABC Research Corporation offers routine analytical testing services for microbiology and food chemistry.

Advance Scientific & Chemical Inc

2345 SW 34th St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

Axiom Laboratories, Inc.

3901 66th St North Saint Petersburg, FL 33709

Aversion Technologies

15 Hargrove Lane, Unit 1-D Palm Coast, Florida 32137 USAAversion Technologies offers naturally occurring compounds and synthetic chemicals to companies around the world. These specialty chemicals are added to products making them unpalatable to humans and animals. This is a very effective way of protecting children and pets from consuming dangerous goods (antifreeze and household cleaners). Typically, exposure to aversives results in future avoidance. This behavior modification leads to long-term protection of people, pets and plants. Chief among our products are the naturally occurring bitterants colocynth and andrographolide, the synthetic bitterants denatonium benzoate and denatonium saccharide; the naturally hot and spicy capsaicin derived from hot peppers and nonivamide, its synthetic analogue. Repela™ is a unique solution for deterring animals from chewing plastic materials, such as electric and fiber optic cables, or plastic pipes. Repela is currently available in four carriers: microcrystalline wax, polyethylene, propylene glycol, and polyvinyl chloride. We will soon be releasing an LDPE version and other masterbatch carriers will follow. Typical concentrations of active ingredients range from 25% to 50%, and are custom blended to meet our customer's specific needs. Any of our herbs and chemicals can be used as an additive, rendering a product inedible, and thereby, safe. Denatonium benzoate is commonly used as an additive in antifreeze and household cleaners to prevent consumption, and synthetic capsaicin (nonivamide) is used in pepper sprays.

AIG Technologies

5001 NW 13th Ave, Suite B Deerfield Beach, FL, 33064 United States

Altor BioScience Corporation

2810 North Commerce Parkway Miramar, FL 33025-3958 USAAltor BioScience Corporation is a biopharmaceutical company engaged in the discovery, development and commercialization of high-value, targeted immunotherapeutic agents for the treatment of cancer, viral infections, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.

Alchem Laboratories

13305 Rachael Blvd., Alachua, FL 32615Alchem Laboratories offers custom synthesis, chemical analysis, and contract manufacturing services.

Alchem Laboratories

Alachua, FL United StatesAlchem Laboratories offers custom synthesis, chemical analysis, and contract manufacturing services.

Aireka Scientific

4283 Express Lane, Suite 364-577 Sarasota, FL 34238 USAAireka Scientific is specialized in Biochemical, Chemical and Material Science products and custom service. offerings include antibodies, chemicals, consumables, peptides, and natural products.

Amazon Hose & Rubber

1625 W. Princeton Street Orlando, FL 32804 USAAmazon Hose & Rubber offers tubing for many industries including the pharmaceutical industry.

Akron Biotechnology

6353 W Rogers Circle Ste 2, Boca Raton FL 33487Akron Biotech is an innovative biotechnology company with a strategic focus on supplying cGMP-qualified ancillary materials and services to the regenerative medicine industry. Akron manufactures a range of products for cell therapy discovery, development, and commercialization. These products include growth factors, sera and purified proteins, custom-made cell culture media, tailored scaffolds with biomaterials and proprietary cryopreservation formulations. In addition our services and capabilities, such as small scale proprietary media production, custom aliquoting, raw materials qualification, logistics and packaging optimization, bioassay design, validation and regulatory services, all offer opportunities for our customers to benefit from Akron’s unique blend of knowledge and expertise. As a regulatory compliant company (ISO 13485:2016 certified), Akron supports clients with rigorous documentation and quality standards that fulfill their regulatory demands. Our unique capabilities allow our products to seamlessly transition from research and development to preclinical and clinical development with minimal change control, and thus drive the emerging regenerative medicine sector in addressing unmet clinical needs through affordable and scaleable manufacturing options. www.akronbiotech.com

Akron Biotechnology

6353 W. Rogers Circle, Suite 2 Boca Raton, FL, 33487 United StatesAkron Biotech is an innovative biotechnology company with a strategic focus on supplying cGMP-qualified ancillary materials and services to the regenerative medicine industry. Akron manufactures a range of products for cell therapy discovery, development, and commercialization. These products include growth factors, sera and purified proteins, custom-made cell culture media, tailored scaffolds with biomaterials and proprietary cryopreservation formulations. In addition our services and capabilities, such as small scale proprietary media production, custom aliquoting, raw materials qualification, logistics and packaging optimization, bioassay design, validation and regulatory services, all offer opportunities for our customers to benefit from Akron’s unique blend of knowledge and expertise. As a regulatory compliant company (ISO 13485:2016 certified), Akron supports clients with rigorous documentation and quality standards that fulfill their regulatory demands. Our unique capabilities allow our products to seamlessly transition from research and development to preclinical and clinical development with minimal change control, and thus drive the emerging regenerative medicine sector in addressing unmet clinical needs through affordable and scaleable manufacturing options. www.akronbiotech.com

BioCollections Worldwide, INC.

5735 NE 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida, 33137 United StatesFor over ten years, BioCollections Worldwide, Inc. (BCW) has been at the forefront in providing its customers customized solutions for the development of new and emerging testing methodologies. Since our inception, one of our primary goals is to adapt and exceed our customers needs. This has been accomplished by performing complex blood collection / handling protocols and incorporating clinical laboratory testing, custom panel production, biorepository management and a fully integrated technology platform to the delivery cycle of our products and services. These targeted customer oriented solutions are at the core of what BCW is - a customer oriented institution.

Barry University

11300 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores, FL 33161-6695Imagine living in a unique location, where minds are as open as the skies. At Barry, our student body is as diverse and open as the city and region it calls home. Between the crossroads of the Americas, and the gateway to South America, Miami displays a broad cultural diversity that’s seen in all aspects of the region. From the food of Little Havana, and the music of the Caribbean, to the art of Latin America, and the business culture of Europe, Miami is the perfect place to broaden your horizons before you make your mark on the world. As a student at Barry University, you’ll have access to a vast array of resources that take your education way beyond the classroom. Whether you study marine life off our sandy beaches, take in a concert downtown, learn salsa, or canoe in the Everglades, you’ll find yourself challenged to become the person you were meant to be.

Bureau Veritas

Antwerp, Belgium (Corporate HQ), PORT EVERGLADES, FL, USABureau Veritas' network of regional and local offices provide a comprehensive range of services including inspection, testing, auditing, certification and related technical assistance and training.

Best Brand Bottlers, Inc.

6620 19th Street East Sarasota, FL, 34243 United StatesFrom sauces, marinades, dressings and condiments, we assure a consistent and quality product each and every time. Our history, reputation, high standards, values, special recipes, management and employees all describe why “great sauces start here.” Best Brand Bottlers, Inc. is the source that excels when you need quality contract packing and private label services. We specialize in acidified and thermal processing and have the ability to pack products that are wet and runny to viscous and heavy particulate. Our processes allow us to meet your specific formula and packaging needs. We are eager to work with you. We are a business to business company located in Sarasota, Florida, where our new state of the art manufacturing facility is ideally positioned for access to statewide and national markets. We assure on time production, QA controls, ink jet code dating, one hundred percent traceability, pH: testing, Brix analyst, hard and soft copy record keeping and time sensitive response with exceptional administrative and logistics capability’s. Best Brand Bottlers is the right choice for your business. Offering FBSS (Full body shrink sleeve) and portion control cup packing this year!

BioMedTech Laboratories

6408 East Fowler Ave., Tampa Fl 33617-2404BioMedTech Laboratories offers assay development, antibody production, and molecular biology.

BioProdex Inc

3131 NW 13th Street, Suite 54, Gainesville, FL 32609-2183The principal business of BioProdex, Inc. is research, development, sales, and service of biological products for pest control and environmental protection, contract research, and biopesticide consultant services. BioProdex's vision is to develop, market, and promote a line of biologically based “green” pesticides for conventional and organic agricultural production, home and garden, parks and recreational sites, conservation areas, and other specialty markets.

Bioresource Technology Inc.

1531 NW 65th Ave Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33326 United StatesBioresource Technology aims to supply your organization with the highest quality and best value IVD products on the market. In addition to our quality, lot-to-lot consistency, and ability to customize products, it is our willingness to invest valuable R&D time to meet customers needs that sets BRT apart from the competition. BRT manufactures its products in a state of the art, ISO 13485:2003 certified, 26,000 square foot facility in Weston, FL, located between Ft. Lauderdale and Miami. All manufacturing takes place in a clean room environment. Our facility supports large-scale production in compliance with GMP standards. Our staff of knowledgeable scientists, QC personnel, production technicians, and supporting administrators ensure that every order is completed in specification and on time. The BRT management team has an average of 26 years in the IVD industry, including product development and process improvement. Additionally, BRT supplies individual attention to each customer, as building long term relationships is key to our business plan. We pride ourselves on fast turn around of product and even faster response to our customers inquiries.

Brew Hub

3900 S Frontage Road, Lakeland, Florida 33815Brew Hub provides an entirely new business model for the craft brewing industry. With the right products and partnership opportunities, we’re putting the power back into the hands of the brand holder—without the capital exposure.

B&C Group

Watson & Crick Hill Rue Granbonpré 11 B-1348 Mont-Saint-Guibert BelgiumB&C Group provides consulting, sourcing, packaging, warehousing, transport, and biobanking.

Banyan Biomarkers

13400 Progress Boulevard Alachua, FL 32615 USABanyan Biomarkers offers biomarker services, immunoassays, cell based assays, and neuroinjury models to support drug efficacy studies.

Bio-Tissue, Inc. (Tissue Tech, Inc)

8305 Northwest 27th Street Doral, FL, 33122 United StatesBio-Tissue®, a subsidiary of TissueTech™, is the leader in regenerative biologic therapies and ocular hygiene solutions for eye care professionals. Established in 1997, Bio-Tissue® serves an unmet need for better surgical and therapeutic alternatives for helping eye care professionals heal ocular surface conditions, such as keratitis, recurrent corneal erosions, conjunctivochalasis dry eye, pterygium and dry eye. Eye care professionals understand that good medicine is based on good science. Bio-Tissue® prides itself on developing products that meet the highest clinical standards, are based on quality research and scientific data, and provide innovative solutions for a range of ocular surface and lid margin diseases. Bio-Tissue® adheres to the FDA tissue and medical device guidelines.

Bio-Tissue, Inc. (Tissue Tech, Inc)

8305 NW 27th Street Suite 101 Doral, FL 33122Bio-Tissue®, a subsidiary of TissueTech™, is the leader in regenerative biologic therapies and ocular hygiene solutions for eye care professionals. Established in 1997, Bio-Tissue® serves an unmet need for better surgical and therapeutic alternatives for helping eye care professionals heal ocular surface conditions, such as keratitis, recurrent corneal erosions, conjunctivochalasis dry eye, pterygium and dry eye. Eye care professionals understand that good medicine is based on good science. Bio-Tissue® prides itself on developing products that meet the highest clinical standards, are based on quality research and scientific data, and provide innovative solutions for a range of ocular surface and lid margin diseases. Bio-Tissue® adheres to the FDA tissue and medical device guidelines.

BioTools

BioTools, Inc. 17546 Bee Line Hwy Jupiter, FL 33458BioTools, Inc. is the world’s leading provider of instrumentation and services for structure determination for chiral and biological molecules. For chiral molecules we specialize in determination of absolute configuration (AC) with our ground-breaking technique of vibrational circular dichroism (VCD). VCD analysis is performed in solution; it is fast, non-destructive and requires no crystallization or chromophore derivatization for AC. For biologics (including peptides, proteins and conjugates) and other bio-based pharmaceuticals such as Saccharide-derived, nucleic acid-based, complex drugs, and conjugates, we use Raman, Raman Optical Activity (ROA) and FTIR for Higher Order Structure (HOS) and comparability studies. Other molecules tested include cryopreservation media, cell culture media, protein-based food and supplements. Our approach is to help you find a solution to your problem - so please ask us if we can help!

BioTools

17546 Bee Line Jupiter FL 33458BioTools, Inc. is the world’s leading provider of instrumentation and services for structure determination for chiral and biological molecules. For chiral molecules we specialize in determination of absolute configuration (AC) with our ground-breaking technique of vibrational circular dichroism (VCD). VCD analysis is performed in solution; it is fast, non-destructive and requires no crystallization or chromophore derivatization for AC. For biologics (including peptides, proteins and conjugates) and other bio-based pharmaceuticals such as Saccharide-derived, nucleic acid-based, complex drugs, and conjugates, we use Raman, Raman Optical Activity (ROA) and FTIR for Higher Order Structure (HOS) and comparability studies. Other molecules tested include cryopreservation media, cell culture media, protein-based food and supplements. Our approach is to help you find a solution to your problem - so please ask us if we can help!

BioTools

17546 BeeLine Hwy Jupiter, FL, 33458 United StatesBioTools, Inc. is the world’s leading provider of instrumentation and services for structure determination for chiral and biological molecules. For chiral molecules we specialize in determination of absolute configuration (AC) with our ground-breaking technique of vibrational circular dichroism (VCD). VCD analysis is performed in solution; it is fast, non-destructive and requires no crystallization or chromophore derivatization for AC. For biologics (including peptides, proteins and conjugates) and other bio-based pharmaceuticals such as Saccharide-derived, nucleic acid-based, complex drugs, and conjugates, we use Raman, Raman Optical Activity (ROA) and FTIR for Higher Order Structure (HOS) and comparability studies. Other molecules tested include cryopreservation media, cell culture media, protein-based food and supplements. Our approach is to help you find a solution to your problem - so please ask us if we can help!

Biotrend

136 South Holiday Road unit C Destin, FL , 32550 United StatesBiotrend offers products for immunology, radiochemistry research, custom synthesis, and antibody production.

Bay Pines Veterans Affairs Healthcare System

P.O. Box 5005 10000 Bay Pines Blvd (physical) Bay Pines, FL 33744Since 1933, Bay Pines VA Healthcare System has been improving the health of the men and women who have so proudly served our nation. We consider it our privilege to serve your health care needs in any way we can. Our services are available to Veterans living in a ten county catchment area in west central Florida.

Bay Pines Veterans Affairs Healthcare System

P.O. Box 5005 10000 Bay Pines Blvd Bay Pines, FL, 33744 United StatesSince 1933, Bay Pines VA Healthcare System has been improving the health of the men and women who have so proudly served our nation. We consider it our privilege to serve your health care needs in any way we can. Our services are available to Veterans living in a ten county catchment area in west central Florida.

Biological Consulting Services of North Florida

4641 NW 6th St. Suite C Gainesville, FL 32609 USABiological Consulting Services of North Florida offers virology, microbiology, cytotoxicity testing, and antimicrobial efficacy testing services.

Biological Consulting Services of North Florida

Gainesville, FL United StatesBiological Consulting Services of North Florida offers virology, microbiology, cytotoxicity testing, and antimicrobial efficacy testing services.

Blue Ribbon Label

4035 North 29th Avenue Hollywood, Florida 33020Our mission is simple: To produce the highest quality labels at a competitive price to be delivered on time as promised.

Biosonda

3100 NW 72 Ave Suite 113 Miami, FL 33122 USABiosonda offers custom polyclonal and monoclonal antibody production services.

Boca Radiology Group

951 NW 13th St, Suite 1C Boca Raton, FL 33486Boca Radiology Group offers imaging and nuclear medicine stress testing services.

BDS

5670 West Cypress Street Tampa, FL, 33607 United StatesTo provide large molecule bioanalytical services of the highest caliber

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Manati, P.R., United StatesBristol-Myers Squibb provides pharmaceutical research, development, clinical trials, and manufacturing services.

Biovest International

324 S. Hyde Park Ave. Suite 350 Tampa, FL 33606Biovest International provides immunotherapy, cell culture instruments, biologics manufacturing, and cell culture services.

Biovest International

Tampa, FL United StatesBiovest International provides immunotherapy, cell culture instruments, biologics manufacturing, and cell culture services.

Biotek Solutions Group, LLC (BSG Labs)

18801 N Dale Mabry Hwy Unit 156 Lutz, FL, 33548 United StatesBiotek Solutions Group, LLC is a pathology-based clinical research organization headquartered in the Tampa area. We have over 100 years of combined expertise in Histopathology services and compliance. We are equipped with the latest equipment available for Routine Histopathology, Advanced Staining, Digital Imaging and Image Analysis. Our overall goals are to provide superior results and unparalleled service designed to improve on every experimental need.

Biotek Solutions Group, LLC (BSG Labs)

18801 North Dale Mabry Highway Unit 124 Lutz, FL, 33548 United StatesBiotek Solutions Group, LLC is a pathology-based clinical research organization headquartered in the Tampa area. We have over 100 years of combined expertise in Histopathology services and compliance. We are equipped with the latest equipment available for Routine Histopathology, Advanced Staining, Digital Imaging and Image Analysis. Our overall goals are to provide superior results and unparalleled service designed to improve on every experimental need.

BioTheme

7487 Northwest 4th Street Plantation, FL, 33317 United StatesBioTheme collects and provides biological material for our clients involved in cancer research, drug discovery and the development of diagnostic kits. We specialize in the collection of specific requests for human biological materials (fresh tissue/FFPE/blood/urine). BioTheme has established a network of Hospitals and associated Cancer Treatment Centers that collect biospecimens on a per protocol basis. All protocols are IRB approved and patients sign informed consents. Blood can be drawn in matrix of choice. Additional processing per protocol can be accomplished. Pre-operative / post-operative or pre/post-treatment draws can be arranged. Serial draws throughout the course of treatment can also be provided. Complete patient history including treatment and outcomes can be furnished. We also manage our own Biorepository with an extensive collection of frozen tissue, FFPE and matched blood.

Biorestorative Therapies

555 Heritage Drive Jupiter, FL, 33458 United StatesBioRestorative Therapies, Inc. ("BRT"), develops medical procedures using cell and tissue protocols, primarily involving adult stem cells, designed for patients to undergo minimally invasive cellular-based treatments.

BioVantra

4600 SW 46th Court Suite 160 Ocala, FL 34474 USABioVantra offers uropathology, gastrointestinal pathology, and biomarker analysis services.

Bell Chem

1340 Bennett Dr Longwood, FL, 32750-7503 USABell Chem is a full line, independent chemical distributor located in Longwood, Florida. Bell Chem’s vision is to provide high quality products with a “just-in-time” approach to provide our customers with the best service in the industry.

Bostwick Laboratories

7001 Lake Ellenor Drive Orlando, FL 32809 USABostwick Laboratories provides anatomic and clinical pathology laboratory services specializing in the monitoring and diagnosis of cancer.

bioRASI

18851 NE 29th Avenue, Suite 500 Aventura, FL 33180 USAbioRASI offers program management, data anlysis, regulatory services, and clinical services.

Beckman Coulter, Inc.

Miami Campus 11800 S.W. 147th Avenue Miami FL 33196Beckman Coulter develops, manufactures and markets products that simplify, automate and innovate complex biomedical testing. Our products are making a difference in people’s lives by improving the productivity of medical professionals and scientists, supplying critical information for improving patient health and delivering trusted solutions for research and discovery.

Boca Biolistics

5001 Northwest 13th Avenue Suite H Pompano Beach, FL, 33064 United StatesBoca Bio’s vertically integrated platform with a data-centric modality provides true end to end solutions for accelerating the realization of cutting edge biotechnological advancements. BocaBio is building the world’s first and largest, multi-national, commercial biobank. We are targeting multiple disease states, including cardiovascular disease, Gastrintestinal diseases, neuro-degenerative disease but with a focus on Oncology. We partner with the top 20 pharmaceutical and diagnostic companies to identify new drug targets and develop companion diagnostics (CDx). Our CAP accredited reference laboratory provides genetic testing and molecular diagnostic services to patients and physicians in order to expand access to precision medicine, globally. We also leverage this service for our Dx clients and act as a comparative testing facility for existing and next generation platforms and assays. Our Clinical Research Services division has the experience, knowledge and commitment to providing the level of service and hands-on approach that our clients need in order to bring these live changing medical devices and therapies to market. We are passionate about transforming patients’ lives and understand that we can accomplish this by driving the science of our clients forward. We believe that good business means a better world. With the right partner, advancements in research are possible. BocaBio... Driving Science Forward.

Boca Biolistics

5001 NW 13th Avenue Bay H Pompano Beach, FL, 33064 United StatesBoca Bio’s vertically integrated platform with a data-centric modality provides true end to end solutions for accelerating the realization of cutting edge biotechnological advancements. BocaBio is building the world’s first and largest, multi-national, commercial biobank. We are targeting multiple disease states, including cardiovascular disease, Gastrintestinal diseases, neuro-degenerative disease but with a focus on Oncology. We partner with the top 20 pharmaceutical and diagnostic companies to identify new drug targets and develop companion diagnostics (CDx). Our CAP accredited reference laboratory provides genetic testing and molecular diagnostic services to patients and physicians in order to expand access to precision medicine, globally. We also leverage this service for our Dx clients and act as a comparative testing facility for existing and next generation platforms and assays. Our Clinical Research Services division has the experience, knowledge and commitment to providing the level of service and hands-on approach that our clients need in order to bring these live changing medical devices and therapies to market. We are passionate about transforming patients’ lives and understand that we can accomplish this by driving the science of our clients forward. We believe that good business means a better world. With the right partner, advancements in research are possible. BocaBio... Driving Science Forward.

CellaVision

Jupiter, FL, USA,CellaVision offers analyzers, review software, competency software, and blood smearing devices.

Covance Clinical Research Inc

Covance Daytona Beach 1900 Mason Avenue, Suite 140 Daytona Beach, FL 32117

Complex Antibodies

1745 Banks Road Margate, Florida, 33063 United StatesComplex Antibodies, Inc. was started to provide the biotech community with an economical source for diagnostic tools for basic research, feasibility studies, problem solving, and manufacturing. The president and founder, John Gressard, has a unique career spanning over 30 years in biotechnology including large scale enzyme purification, process development, diagnostic kit manufacturing, antibody and antigen sales, disease state and normal human blood and blood component procurement and most importantly, customer service. He wanted to develop a forum where his experience and knowledge of the industry could be used to provide the best possible value in the biotech industries for time and money investments. This forum is Complex Antibodies, Inc.

Ciro Manufacturing Corporation

692 South Military Trail Deerfield Beach, FL, 33442 United StatesCiro Manufacturing Corporation is a development and manufacturing company dedicated to the production of high quality plastic products. As a plastic manufacturer, we work in diversified fields such as molecular biology, sample preparation, chromatography, biomedical and clinical research. Ciro can be your complete manufacturing source for all your plastic products.

CONTINUUM HEALTH IT LLC

324 6TH AVE N JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL, 32250 United StatesHealthcare Consulting across multiple functions including: Project Direction and Management, EHR Design-Build-Validation, Informatics, Practice Improvement, Medical Education and General Management.

Chata Biosystems

323 S. College Avenue #5 Clocktower Square Fort Collins, CO 80524 USAChata Biosystems offers stability testing, GMP manufacturing, and custom packaging services in addition to providing mobile phases and solutions in proprietary packaging systems.

Comprehensive Clinical Development

3100 SW 145th Ave | Suite #340 | Miramar, FL 33027 USAComprehensive Clinical Development is a strategic clinical research partner providing a full range of services in various therapeutic areas.

Comprehensive Clinical Development

Miramar, FL United StatesComprehensive Clinical Development is a strategic clinical research partner providing a full range of services in various therapeutic areas.

Catalent Pharma Solutions

2725 Scherer Drive St. Petersburg, FL, 33716 United StatesCatalent Biologics is your partner for biologics development and supply. Providing your team with access to advanced technologies such as GPEx Cell Line Engineering® (gene expression/manufacturing), SMARTag™ ADC conjugation, ADVASEPT™ glass-free delivery (manufacturing), and oral macromolecule innovations. Complementing our advanced technologies is a comprehensive set of analytical capabilities for biologics and biosimilars (development, bioassays, and immunogenicity).

Captain Foods

2732 Hibiscus Dr, Edgewater, FL 32141Captain Foods, Inc. (CFI) is based in Central Florida for over 20 years. Producing quality products under our Captain Redbeards Seasoning Blends and Sauces & also our Sharkbite Survival Kit Hot Sauces. Captain Foods is a main private label supplier to many restaurants, food service companies, retail grocery, specialty markets and more! Offering over 50 products available for private label at a great cost effective price, gives you the ability to build a great brand and also make a great sale with your custom products!

ChemCon

Lake Mary, FL, USAChemCon offers analytical services, chromatography, manufacturing, custom synthesis, microbiological testing, process development, and scale up.

CASIS: International Space Station US National Laboratory

Space Life Sciences Laboratory 505 Odyssey Way Exploration Park, FL 32953In 2011, NASA chose the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) to be the sole manager of the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory. The mission of CASIS is to maximize use of this unparalleled platform for innovation, which can benefit all humankind and inspire a new generation to look to the stars. The organization has been awarded by NASA the responsibility of inciting the imagination of entrepreneurs and scientists alike, accelerating and facilitating space-based research as well as creating public awareness of National Lab research and making space science more accessible to the world. By carefully selecting research and funding projects, by connecting investors looking for opportunity to scientists with great ideas, and by making access to the station faster and easier, CASIS will drive scientific inquiry toward developing groundbreaking new technologies and products that will tangibly affect our lives.

CASIS: International Space Station US National Laboratory

6905 N. Wickham Road, Suite 500 Melbourne, FL 32940In 2011, NASA chose the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) to be the sole manager of the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory. The mission of CASIS is to maximize use of this unparalleled platform for innovation, which can benefit all humankind and inspire a new generation to look to the stars. The organization has been awarded by NASA the responsibility of inciting the imagination of entrepreneurs and scientists alike, accelerating and facilitating space-based research as well as creating public awareness of National Lab research and making space science more accessible to the world. By carefully selecting research and funding projects, by connecting investors looking for opportunity to scientists with great ideas, and by making access to the station faster and easier, CASIS will drive scientific inquiry toward developing groundbreaking new technologies and products that will tangibly affect our lives.

CASIS: International Space Station US National Laboratory

6905 North Wickham Road Melbourne, FL, 32940 United StatesIn 2011, NASA chose the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) to be the sole manager of the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory. The mission of CASIS is to maximize use of this unparalleled platform for innovation, which can benefit all humankind and inspire a new generation to look to the stars. The organization has been awarded by NASA the responsibility of inciting the imagination of entrepreneurs and scientists alike, accelerating and facilitating space-based research as well as creating public awareness of National Lab research and making space science more accessible to the world. By carefully selecting research and funding projects, by connecting investors looking for opportunity to scientists with great ideas, and by making access to the station faster and easier, CASIS will drive scientific inquiry toward developing groundbreaking new technologies and products that will tangibly affect our lives.

Capzer Pharmaceuticals

3677 23rd Ave South, Suite A-108 Lake Worth, FL 33461 USACapzer Pharmaceuticals prides ourselves in quality services and commitment to excellence here in America, and are in the process of building business partnership with international companies. Taking advantage of cost-effective products in the world market, we are poised to step into the global business arena. With a joint venture partnership, we are in the process of making and marketing products in several Asian countries which can bring us enormous growth response. Capzer Pharmaceuticals is ready to develop its international market that will create joint venture with foreign pharmaceutical companies with today's ever-changing market place; especially a thriving Asian market for quality products. Capzer Pharmaceuticals is ready to invest its expertise and technology to expand its business globally.

Cypress Systems

6706 N. Ninth Ave., Bldg D-26 Pensacola, FL 32504 USACypress Systems provides yeast product, extraction and fermentation services.

Center for Clinical and Cosmetic Research

2925 Aventura Blvd., Suite 205 | Aventura, FL 33180Nestled in the heart of beautiful Aventura, our well established clinical research center is located contiguous to a large dermatology practice consisting of 15 exam rooms in an 8,000 square foot facility. Our extensive photography room, multiple research staff, large storage space, temperature controlled fridge/freezer, centrifuge and CLIA certified lab enable us to perform complex and sophisticated trials. Further, with our extensive database of over 1,000,000 patients we can quickly find suitable participants. With over 50 years of collective medical experience and expertise, Dr. Nestor and Dr. Berman are Board Certified, world renowned Dermatologists, as well as key opinion leaders world-wide.

Center for Clinical and Cosmetic Research

2925 Aventura Blvd., Suite 205 Aventura, , FL , 33180 United StatesNestled in the heart of beautiful Aventura, our well established clinical research center is located contiguous to a large dermatology practice consisting of 15 exam rooms in an 8,000 square foot facility. Our extensive photography room, multiple research staff, large storage space, temperature controlled fridge/freezer, centrifuge and CLIA certified lab enable us to perform complex and sophisticated trials. Further, with our extensive database of over 1,000,000 patients we can quickly find suitable participants. With over 50 years of collective medical experience and expertise, Dr. Nestor and Dr. Berman are Board Certified, world renowned Dermatologists, as well as key opinion leaders world-wide.

CoreRx

14205 Myerlake Circle Clearwater, FL, 33760 United StatesCoreRx is a Contract Development Manufacturing Organization (CDMO), based out of Clearwater, FL with a focus on clinical phase drug product development. We offer state of the art facilities to support your supply chain needs throughout the entire clinical trial process. Our comprehensive services include Preformulation (API Characterization, excipient compatibility, stability etc.) and formulation development, GMP manufacturing and analytical (cGMP compliant and in-house labs) testing of solid, liquid and semi-solid dosage forms. While, our strength is in developing and Manufacturing Solid Oral dose, Solutions and Semi-solid (including topicals) formulations. We also have some novel capabilities for solubility/bioavailability enhancements, including a proprietary particle size reduction technology for creating nano-particles down to the 100nm range. Our capabilities include the following - FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT Besides providing Solid Dose Formulation support such as Solubilizing water-insoluble drugs, Stabilizing unstable molecules, Enhancing bioavailability, Taste masking/flavoring, Creating modified/controlled release delivery of, API, Creating fixed dose combination products. Our Solid dose Formulation Technologies include, Blending, Dry Granulation/Roller Compaction, Wet Granulation, Fluid Bed Drying, Spray Drying, Extrusion/Spheronization, Encapsulation, Tableting (Micro and Multi-Layer), Pan Coating/Drying. Semi-solid formulation technologies include the standard Mixing, Homogenizing and Filling – however, we believe the difference maker is in the expertise of the formulation chemists. Particle sizing technologies include the Dry Jet-Mill, Wet Microfluidization and the proprietary MicroJet Reactor to produce nano-particles with a very narrow standard deviation. MANUFACTURING AND PACKAGING We currently support a variety of dosage forms, with the scale to support Phase I – niche commercial manufacturing. We support manufacturing of DEA scheduled CII – V substances as well as high potency compounds. Our full range of Manufacturing services provide the following solid Dose manufacturing support - Tablets: Immediate to Modified Release, Orally Disintegrating (ODT), Multi-Layer Tablets, Micro-Tablets, Multi-API Combination Products (via multiple approaches). Capsules: Neat API in capsule, Immediate to Modified Release, Powder Blends, Multi-particulates (beads & granules), Tablet in capsule, Over-encapsulation (for comparator blinding), Multi-API Combination Products via multiple approaches Coating: Experience with coating of functional excipients, non-functional excipients, and secondary APIs, Experience in coating granules, beads, tablets, hard shell capsules and soft gel capsules Semi-Solids: Include Gels, Creams, Ointments and Lotions filled in bottles and tubes. PACKAGING CAPABILITIES We offer comprehensive primary and secondary packaging, labeling and distribution options linked with our manufacturing services to meet the needs of our customers. Our full range of packaging options include thermoform and coldform blister packs as well as sachets and bottles for solid medications from tablets to capsules. With our bottle line, we can provide manual packaging or fully automated.

Consolidated Label

2001 E Lake Mary Blvd Sanford, FL 32773

Clinical Pharmacology Services

6285 E. Fowler Avenue Tampa, FL 33617 USAClinical Pharmacology Services provides consulting for clinical research trials, healthcare management, and health education.

Clinical Pharmacology Services

Tampa, FL United StatesClinical Pharmacology Services provides consulting for clinical research trials, healthcare management, and health education.

Cott

United States Corporate Office 5519 W. Idlewild Ave. Tampa, FL 33634Cott is one of the world’s largest producers of beverages on behalf of retailers, brand owners and distributors, and has one of the broadest home and office bottled water and office coffee service distribution networks in the United States, with the ability to service approximately 90 percent of U.S. households, as well as national, regional and local offices.

Combined Research Corp

475 Biltmore Way SUITE 307 Coral Gables, FL, 33134 United StatesCombined Research is a private multi-specialty trial center and independent company. We have a solid network of board certified physicians and specialist with vast experience and training. At Combined Research we take all phases of research seriously and responsibly. We ensure the integrity of source documents, regulatory files, CRF data and our patients safety. Our success comes from placing emphasis on following the strict guidance's and regulations set by the FDA to provide customers with quality data that can withstand regulatory authority audits of any kind. Our commitment to the highest standard of hospitality and subject safety has facilitated the daily growth of volunteers and helped in the realization of project completion. We have served Biobanks in the collection of human biological samples for over 7 years and look forward to continuing our noble services throughout the industry. We specialize in the collection of CSF from healthy and diseased subjects. Our samples include but are not limited to, blood, tissue, bone marrow aspirates, urine and saliva. Collecting these samples prospectively will allow our site to accommodate and customize collections to any specifications and requests. We ensure integrity and patient safety through our SOP's, IRB submissions and communications, in house quality control inspections and expanding our horizons with seminars, continuous education and more.

Combined Research Corp

7344 Southwest 48th Street SUITE 101 Miami, FL, 33155 United StatesCombined Research is a private multi-specialty trial center and independent company. We have a solid network of board certified physicians and specialist with vast experience and training. At Combined Research we take all phases of research seriously and responsibly. We ensure the integrity of source documents, regulatory files, CRF data and our patients safety. Our success comes from placing emphasis on following the strict guidance's and regulations set by the FDA to provide customers with quality data that can withstand regulatory authority audits of any kind. Our commitment to the highest standard of hospitality and subject safety has facilitated the daily growth of volunteers and helped in the realization of project completion. We have served Biobanks in the collection of human biological samples for over 7 years and look forward to continuing our noble services throughout the industry. We specialize in the collection of CSF from healthy and diseased subjects. Our samples include but are not limited to, blood, tissue, bone marrow aspirates, urine and saliva. Collecting these samples prospectively will allow our site to accommodate and customize collections to any specifications and requests. We ensure integrity and patient safety through our SOP's, IRB submissions and communications, in house quality control inspections and expanding our horizons with seminars, continuous education and more.

Combined Research Corp

4410 West 16 Avenue Suite 61 Hialeah, FL, 33012 United StatesCombined Research is a private multi-specialty trial center and independent company. We have a solid network of board certified physicians and specialist with vast experience and training. At Combined Research we take all phases of research seriously and responsibly. We ensure the integrity of source documents, regulatory files, CRF data and our patients safety. Our success comes from placing emphasis on following the strict guidance's and regulations set by the FDA to provide customers with quality data that can withstand regulatory authority audits of any kind. Our commitment to the highest standard of hospitality and subject safety has facilitated the daily growth of volunteers and helped in the realization of project completion. We have served Biobanks in the collection of human biological samples for over 7 years and look forward to continuing our noble services throughout the industry. We specialize in the collection of CSF from healthy and diseased subjects. Our samples include but are not limited to, blood, tissue, bone marrow aspirates, urine and saliva. Collecting these samples prospectively will allow our site to accommodate and customize collections to any specifications and requests. We ensure integrity and patient safety through our SOP's, IRB submissions and communications, in house quality control inspections and expanding our horizons with seminars, continuous education and more.

DHL

1210 Southwest 4th Street Plantation, FL, 33324 United StatesOur Mission and Vision In 2009, we laid out our goals for the future in our Strategy 2015, including our vision and mission for our company. Our vision emphasizes that we want to be The Logistics Company for the World. This goes beyond the simple fact that, as a global company, we are present in over 220 countries and territories, or that we are often the very first logistics company to enter new markets. Our vision stresses that we want to be the logistics provider people turn to – their first choice not only for all their shipping needs, but also as an employee or investor. This is further underlined in our mission statement, which has four main elements: 1) We want to simplify the lives of our customers 2) We make our customers, employees and investors more successful 3) We make a positive contribution to the world 4) We always demonstrate respect when achieving our results We are successful when you are We strongly believe that pursuing all of these goals is in our interest and in the interest of all of our stakeholders: customers, employees, investors and the planet as a whole. We add value to people’s interaction with us, whether with excellent services or products, by engaging our employees and nurturing their talents, or by being a solid, long-term investment on the stock market. And, we show concern for our world and our communities with our various corporate responsibility programs under the motto of ‘Living responsibility’.

Dyadic

140 Intracoastal Pointe Drive, Suite 404 Jupiter, FL 33477-5094 USADyadic offers high throughput screening, protein expression, strain and fermentation process development, and biological products manufacturing services through its proprietary fungal microorganism, Chrysosporium lucknowense (C1).

dermaCM

2440 30th Avenue North St. Petersburg, Florida 33713 USAdermaCM offers OTC drugs, topical pharmaceuticals, premium skin and hair care products as well as contract manufacturing.

dermaCM

Saint Petersburg, FL United StatesdermaCM offers OTC drugs, topical pharmaceuticals, premium skin and hair care products as well as contract manufacturing.

DermPrep

Tampa, FL, USADermPrep provides slide preparation, research animal diagnostics, staining, and immunohistochemistry.

Ecotox Services Australasia

New South Wales Way Mims, FL, 32754 United StatesEcotox Services Australasia (ESA) offers assessment of effluents, leachates, ground waters, receiving waters, chemicals and sediments using Australasian test species.

ENCO Laboratories, Inc.

10775 Central Port Drive Orlando, Florida 32824

Engineering Systems Inc. (ESI)

12750 Commonwealth Drive Fort Myers, FL 33913

Eighty Consulting

413 N Meridian St Tallahassee, FL, 32301 United StatesWith over 15 years of experience in tech, Eighty Consulting provides web based solutions for organizations conducting clinical trials. Our specialties include building custom web applications to help you communicate and interface with patients more effectively as well as internal solutions to manage and analyze your data. Contact us and we'll discuss how Eighty Consulting can help!

EXAM Transport & Co.

401 E. 1st Street #786, Sanford Florida 32772EXAM Transport & Co. is a Global Life Science Logistics firm, specifically catering to the Biological and Pharmaceutical Industries, directly involved in custom-tailoring logistics solutions to the cold-chain-transportation cycle of Raw Materials, Clinical Trial Materials, Controlled Substances, Category A Infectious Substances, Category B Biological Substances & UNOS Registered Vital Organs. EXAM operates exclusively on a contractual-client basis.

EXAM Transport & Co.

401 E. 1st Street #1786 Sanford, Florida, 32772 United StatesEXAM Transport & Co. is a Global Life Science Logistics firm, specifically catering to the Biological and Pharmaceutical Industries, directly involved in custom-tailoring logistics solutions to the cold-chain-transportation cycle of Raw Materials, Clinical Trial Materials, Controlled Substances, Category A Infectious Substances, Category B Biological Substances & UNOS Registered Vital Organs. EXAM operates exclusively on a contractual-client basis.

Expertus Labs

485 North US Highway 17 92 Longwood, FL, 32750 United States

ENCO Pharmaceutical Development

Jacksonville, FL, USAENCO Analytix, Inc. focuses on hazardous waste identification and disposal, as well as water, air, and chemical tests.

EnCor Biotechnology

4949 SW 41st Boulevard Gainesville, FL 32608 USAEnCor Biotechnology supplies polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies.

Effective Research

832 S. Southlake Drive Hollywood, FL 33019 USAEffective Research provides data management, regulatory affairs, clinical monitoring, and project managements.

Essential Depot, Inc.

2029 US HWY 27 South Sebring Florida, 33870Our Goal is to provide the best quality soap making ingredients, at the best possible price. We pride ourselves on same business day shipping, with exemplary customer service. Essential Depot is not happy unless every customer is. We have also become the place where many medical and health related industries purchase their pharmaceutical grade (USP) Vegetable Glycerin and Propylene Glycol; and the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Industry and enthusiasts purchase their potassium hydroxide electrolyte. Essential Depot's Greener Life Essentials serve many industries where people are striving to lead a more environmentally friendly life.

Essential Depot, Inc.

2029 US HWY 27 South Sebring , FL, 33870 United StatesOur Goal is to provide the best quality soap making ingredients, at the best possible price. We pride ourselves on same business day shipping, with exemplary customer service. Essential Depot is not happy unless every customer is. We have also become the place where many medical and health related industries purchase their pharmaceutical grade (USP) Vegetable Glycerin and Propylene Glycol; and the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Industry and enthusiasts purchase their potassium hydroxide electrolyte. Essential Depot's Greener Life Essentials serve many industries where people are striving to lead a more environmentally friendly life.

Eccolab Group

8370 West Flagler Street Miami, FL, 33144 United StatesEccolab Group is a full service anatomic and clinical pathology lab that provides clinical tests and services to skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, long term and intermediate care facility providers as well as physician offices.

Ecoarray

4949 SW 41st Boulevard Gainesville, FL 32608-5061Ecoarray provides library construction, real time PCR, gene array, hybridization, bioinformatics, and gene sequencing services.

Ecoarray

Gainesville, FL United StatesEcoarray provides library construction, real time PCR, gene array, hybridization, bioinformatics, and gene sequencing services.

Florida Atlantic University Comparative Medicine

777 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431The Mission of Comparative Medicine is threefold. Provide state of the art animal care in order to promote the health and well-being of animals used in research, testing and teaching in a manner consistent with animal welfare regulations and policies. Facilitate high quality animal research while being a resource for research staff on all issues relating to laboratory animals including humane treatment and judicious use of animals as well as further knowledge and skills. Ensure trust of the Public at Large in the ethical and humane use of animals in research and teaching. The Vision of Comparative Medicine to accomplish the above Mission includes: High quality animal care based on knowledge and skills in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Motivated, qualified and competent employees who exert responsibility and accountability upheld by a supportive management team. Great service department that helps facilitating high quality scientific endeavors while ensuring ethical and humane conduct of research with animals.

Florida Atlantic University Center for Molecular Biology & Biotechnology

777 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431The mission of the Center for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (CMBB) is to develop research and training programs in molecular biology and biotechnology and serve as a link between FAU and other institutions and industries in this field. The CMBB was established in 1997 to bring expertise in this exciting field to FAU. The techniques used in molecular biology, that have made possible the recent advances in genomics, are the basis of much of the pioneering work going on in virtually all fields of biology, and are fundamental to the entire biotechnology industry. Many of the complex problems in biology, ranging from how cells react to their environment to understanding memory, learning and aging are being approached through molecular biology. The future of medicine will certainly emphasize molecular medicine and the role of genomics in the future diagnosis, treatment and cure of diseases. In order to compete in the biological sciences, universities must have this expertise in house. Students interested in biomedical research should understand that whether they intend to go into medicine, basic research or industry they must have a background in molecular biology. The CMBB office and the Directors laboratory is located at the FAU MacArthur campus in Jupiter, and with time many of the CMBB research programs may be relocated to the Jupiter campus, so as to be in close proximity to the Scripps Florida Research Institute and the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience.



Florida State University Analytical Lab

319 Stadium Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32306-4295The Analytical Lab and Research Facility incorporates state-of-the-art laboratory equipment for performing biological analyses, developing methods to aid in research, and training faculty and graduate students in equipment operation and research techniques. A primary goal of the laboratory staff is to provide training and support to graduate students as they begin to acquire and develop the intellectual and hands-on skill required of an independent researcher. In addition to serving the Department of Biological Science, the laboratory serves as a resource facility for scientific researchers campus-wide.

Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University Center for Viticulture & Small Fruit Research

1601 S. Martin L. King Jr. Blvd. Tallahassee, FL 32307The Center for Viticulture and Small Fruit Research at Florida A&M University (FAMU) was established by the Florida legislature in 1978 in accordance with Senate Bill No. 898 identified as the "Florida Viticulture Policy Act" to provide leadership, undertake research, extension and development activities that will contribute to industry growth and development. It is an integral component of the College of Agriculture and Food Sciences. The Center carries research, extension and graduate student training in the area of grape genetics and breeding, vineyard best management practices and product development, grape biotechnology and small fruit evaluation and production methods. FAMU joined the NCPNG in 2010. The Southeastern Vine Improvement and Distribution Program at the Center for Viticulture and Small Fruit Research is a clean plant center that offers pathogen-testing, disease elimination therapy and a 4.5 acre vineyard containing economically important muscadine (Vitis rotundifolia) and Florida native hybrid varieties. The center services the viticulture industry in Florida and the southeastern United States.

Florida State University Machine Shop

95 Chieftan Way Rm. 118 DLC Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-4390The machine shop is available for the construction of customized research instruments and experimental apparatus, assisting in customized design when needed. Repair work is also done on mechanical apparatus and refrigerators.

Florida State University Molecular Cloning Facility

319 Stadium Dr Tallahassee, FL 32306-4295The Molecular Cloning Facility provides expertise and assistance in designing and implementing molecular biology techniques. We provide: training to support individuals with their research projects full-service production of plasmid clones, mutants, fusions constructs, libraries. etc. qPCR analysis of DNA and RNA samples from a variety of organisms Qiagen and Invitrogen reagents

Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University Environmental Cooperative Science Center

1515 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd 305-D FSH Science Research Center Tallahassee, FL 32307The Environmental Cooperative Science Center (Award# NA11SEC4810001) was established in 2001 as part of NOAA's Educational Partnership Program to address ecological and coastal management issues at specific National Estuarine Research Reserves (NERR) and National Marine Sanctuaries. When viewed collectively, ECSC activities will impact much of the southeastern coastal regions of the United Sates including the Mississippi, Florida and Texas Gulf coasts. These sites were selected because of the critical nature of their coastal ecosystems; their proximity to ECSC member institutions; and because they presented ideal opportunities to expand existing research, education, and outreach activities involving member institutions.

Florida International University SERC Periphyton Analysis Laboratory

11200 SW 8th Street Miami, FL 33199Water sustains our planet, yet the future of our freshwater resources is tenuous, given the pressures of wasteful water abuse and climate change. Our research is aimed at creating a more resilient future for our freshwater lakes and wetlands. Goals of our research include identifying ways in which lakes and wetlands transform over long time periods. We have a particular focus on algae, especially diatoms, which produce 30% of the world’s oxygen, serve as indicators of ecosystem change, and are at the base of aquatic food webs. We also hope to inspire the public by engaging in outreach activities to build an informed citizenry.

Florida International University SERC Periphyton Analysis Laboratory

11200 Southwest 8th Street Miami, FL, 33199 United StatesWater sustains our planet, yet the future of our freshwater resources is tenuous, given the pressures of wasteful water abuse and climate change. Our research is aimed at creating a more resilient future for our freshwater lakes and wetlands. Goals of our research include identifying ways in which lakes and wetlands transform over long time periods. We have a particular focus on algae, especially diatoms, which produce 30% of the world’s oxygen, serve as indicators of ecosystem change, and are at the base of aquatic food webs. We also hope to inspire the public by engaging in outreach activities to build an informed citizenry.

Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University Center for Water and Air Quality

1740 Martin Luther King Blvd. 103 S. Perry-Paige Building Tallahassee, FL 32307The Center for Water and Air Quality was established in 1998. Its mission is to: Protect, improve and conserve the quality and the quantity of Florida’s water resources, Enhance sustainable water management practices; Address the needs of stakeholders The Center supports undergraduate and graduate teaching programs in soil and water sciences and provides research opportunities for experiential learning in natural resources program areas The faculty in the Center conducts basic and applied research to address critical problems in the areas of water and air quality and sustainability of natural resources and the environment. It undertakes educational activities in cooperation with FAMU Cooperative Extension Program to serve stakeholder needs in water quality and quantity and watershed management. The Center faculty is also engaged in international activities related to water resources and water quality in the developing countries.

Florida State University MAC Lab (Materials Characterization)

95 Chieftan Way Rm. 118 DLC Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-4390The Materials Characterization Laboratory (MAC Lab for short) is a multiuser research facility allowing access to a variety of sophisticated instruments to allow the characterization of materials. The facility is well equipped to carry out magnetic property research using a SQUID/Evercool MPMS magnetometer and two liquid helium cooled magnetometers (MPMS & PPMS), x-ray diffraction of powders and single crystals, a variety of optical spectrometers (UV/VIS/NIR, FT-IR, fluorescence) and thermal analysis (SDT & TGA), atomic force and optical microscopy, Raman vibrational spectroscopy using continuous wave (cw) lasers and transient absorption and emission spectroscopy using pulsed lasers.

Fresh Del Monte Produce, Inc.

P.O. BOX 149222 CORAL GABLES, FL 33114-9222 USAFresh Del Monte Produce Inc. is one of the world’s leading vertically integrated producers, marketers and distributors of high-quality fresh and fresh-cut fruit and vegetables, as well as a leading producer and distributor of prepared fruit and vegetables, juices, beverages and snacks in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. We market our products worldwide under the DEL MONTE® brand, a symbol of product innovation, quality, freshness and reliability since 1892.

Florida International University SISH Machine Shop

11200 SW 8th Street, CP 204 Miami, FL 33199The purpose of the Machine Shop is to design, engineer and manufacture high-quality parts and equipment in support of scientific research. The shop provides machining services to faculty, graduate students and associated researchers throughout the College of Arts & Sciences and the University. Location and Equipment The machine shop occupies one large 1090 sq. ft. room (CP 195) on the ground floor of the Chemistry & Physics building. The shop is equipped with two engine lathes, milling, welding and cutting machines and various other tools. For design and drafting the shop also is also equipped with computers with CAD/CAM software.

Florida International University SERC Field Operation Center

11200 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida 33199The Field Operations Center (FOC) is responsible for maintaining and scheduling SERC's fleet of eleven vehicles, five airboats and twelve saltwater boats. In addition, the FOC maintains an inventory of field and safety equipment such as: spotlights, personal floatation device (PFD), whistles, fire extinguishers, flares, first aid kits, blankets, VHS radios, GPS units, flashlights, signal horns - a safety kit and accompanying tool kit appropriate for that boat is required when the boat is checked out.

Florida State University Mass Spectrometry Lab

95 Chieftan Way Rm. 118 DLC Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-4390Services Low or high resolution measurements using any of the following techniques: EI (Solids probe or GC) nCI or pCI (Solids probe or GC) pFAB or nFAB pESI or nESI (LC) GC isotope-ratio mass spectrometry. Ultrahigh-resolution mass analyses by high-field FT-ICR mass spectrometry at the ICR Facility of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. Equipment JEOL TheMSroute JMS-600H with Agilent 6890 Series GC System JEOL AccuTOF LC/MS System Bruker AutoFlex (MALDI-TOF) Agilent GC/MS Finnigan Delta S isotope ratio GC/MS High-field FT-ICR instruments at the NHMFL described on Dr. Alan Marshall's research page.

Florida International University ARCEH Toxic Algae Culture Core

11200 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida 33199The Facility Core serves as a support center for research projects currently on-going under the auspices of the ARCH program at FIU and the COHH program at UM. It is the main repository and supplier of microorganism cultures, purified toxins, DNA and RNA, labeled toxins and antibodies for a variety of investigators. In addition, it supplies access to a wide range of equipment, training and a number of services related to marine toxin research. The Facility Core completed major renovations in 2003. The Core has moved to a new laboratory (OE316). This space was remodeled to provide 200 sq. ft. of floor space dedicated to cultures. High density shelving increased shelf space to 200 sq. ft., and we estimate our capacity will be 2000L. The renovations included backup temperature control, programmable lighting and air ports for each of ten shelves. An adjacent 100 sq. ft. lab is used for media preparation, and 600 sq. ft. of general laboratory space houses the core instrumentation and is used for cell harvesting, DNA/ RNA and toxin isolation.

Florida State University NMR Lab

95 Chieftan Way Rm. 118 DLC Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-4390NMR is one of the most powerful non-destructive spectroscopic analytical techniques, which can be used to determine the structures of chemical compounds. Modern NMR spectroscopy has been widely applied in many disciplines of scientific research, medicine, and various industries. Such as: chemistry, biology, material science, medicine, petroleum industry, and environmental studies, etc.

Florida State University Glass Shop

95 Chieftan Way Rm. 118 DLC Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-4390The Glass Shop is equipped to support scientific research and teaching. The glass shop can design, fabricate, manufacture and repair & customize scientific glass apparatus to meet the needs of the scientific community.

Florida International University - The Florida Center for Analytical Electron Microscopy

University Park 11200 S.W. 8th Street, PC50 Miami, Florida 33199The Florida Center for Analytical Electron Microscopy is located at Florida International University (FIU), University Park. It supports education and research in micro-analysis and imaging of materials and is a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded center. The Center uses two instruments, the Electron Probe MicroAnalyzer (EPMA) JXA-8900-R and the JSM-5900-LV, low vacuum Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). Both instruments are fully automated and remotely accessible. They are used in education, research and commercial applications.

Florida International University IFRI Forensic and Analytical Toxicology Facility

Florida International University (FIU) Office: OE-116E, FL USTo provide state-of-the-art research, training, continuing education, and analytical services in forensic and clinical toxicology to researchers, faculty, and graduate students at FIU and other academic institutions and to law enforcement agencies within the U.S. and abroad.

Forward Clinical Trials, Inc

4915 Ehrlich Road Tampa, FL 33624MISSION STATEMENT: Provides new innovative medicines of the future to a variety of people in a premier, high quality and friendly manner, delivered worldwide. CONVENIENTLY LOCATED FCT has one location in the Tampa Bay Area. The facility is a access-controlled 6,500 square foot research facility located within a Dermatology practice. Located 10 minutes from St. Joseph’s Hospital on Van Dyke Road only 20 minutes from Tampa International Airport. In the event of an emergency, 911 is called and we have an Emergency medication box at our facility. OUR PRACTICE FCT is led by Seth B. Forman, MD. Dr. Forman has been voted the “Best Dermatologist” in North Tampa three years in a row, 2011-2013. Forman Dermatology is general, surgical and cosmetic practice that generates approximately twenty thousand (20,000) patient visits a year through our facility. The practice provides an array of services including: nUVB (Narrowband Ultraviolet B) phototherapy Targeted PUVA (Psoralen + Ultraviolet-A) phototherapy Targeted nUVB Low dose radiation therapy for non-melanoma skin cancers and keloids Blu-light for actinic keratoses and acne Cosmetic consultations and non-surgical treatments Additionally, Dr.Forman services over one hundred and fifty (150) skilled nursing facilities (SNF’s), assisted living facilities (ALF’s) and independent living (IL) residences in Florida. This travel practice visits residents in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Sarasota, Manatee, Pasco, Hernando, Polk and Marion Counties. The home facility also houses a full service pathology laboratory. Our lab is able to process routine pathology, special stains and immunostains.

Forward Clinical Trials, Inc

4915 Ehrlich Road Tampa, , FL , 33624 United StatesMISSION STATEMENT: Provides new innovative medicines of the future to a variety of people in a premier, high quality and friendly manner, delivered worldwide. CONVENIENTLY LOCATED FCT has one location in the Tampa Bay Area. The facility is a access-controlled 6,500 square foot research facility located within a Dermatology practice. Located 10 minutes from St. Joseph’s Hospital on Van Dyke Road only 20 minutes from Tampa International Airport. In the event of an emergency, 911 is called and we have an Emergency medication box at our facility. OUR PRACTICE FCT is led by Seth B. Forman, MD. Dr. Forman has been voted the “Best Dermatologist” in North Tampa three years in a row, 2011-2013. Forman Dermatology is general, surgical and cosmetic practice that generates approximately twenty thousand (20,000) patient visits a year through our facility. The practice provides an array of services including: nUVB (Narrowband Ultraviolet B) phototherapy Targeted PUVA (Psoralen + Ultraviolet-A) phototherapy Targeted nUVB Low dose radiation therapy for non-melanoma skin cancers and keloids Blu-light for actinic keratoses and acne Cosmetic consultations and non-surgical treatments Additionally, Dr.Forman services over one hundred and fifty (150) skilled nursing facilities (SNF’s), assisted living facilities (ALF’s) and independent living (IL) residences in Florida. This travel practice visits residents in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Sarasota, Manatee, Pasco, Hernando, Polk and Marion Counties. The home facility also houses a full service pathology laboratory. Our lab is able to process routine pathology, special stains and immunostains.

Florida State University DNA Sequencing Facility

319 Stadium Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32306-4295The DNA Sequencing Facility offers sequencing and fragment analysis services using an Applied Biosystems 3730 Genetic Analyzer with Capillary Electrophoresis. DNA sequencing chemistries are performed using Big-Dye terminator chemistry on double or single stranded DNA and PCR products. We also offer Next Generation Sequencing utilizing an Illumina MiSeq.

Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University CAFS Center for Biological Control

Tallahassee, FL 32307The Center for Biological Control was formally established in 1999 as one of the Research Centers within the College of Agriculture and Food Sciences (CAFS) [formerly College of Engineering Sciences, Technology and Agriculture (CESTA)]. However, biological control research had been ongoing in CAFS since 1976 with significant contributions being made to the taxonomy of weed biological agents and other areas.

Florida State University IMB Protein Expression Facility

91 Chieftan Way Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306The Protein Expression Facility (PEF) is a multi-user facility which serves primarily faculty and students from the laboratories in the Kasha Laboratory Building. In addition, laboratories in Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry and Nutrition perform projects in the Facility. Types of projects The primary purpose of the PEF is to facilitate the large scale expression of recombinant proteins in eucaryotic cells. We have methods and equipment for that purpose, including the WAVE bioreactor and the BelloCell bioreactor. Other projects include expression of native proteins in response to chemical or biochemical inducers or metabolic pressures, uptake of nanoparticles and dyes, production of siRNA knockout gene clones and analysis of effects, and cytological studies of the cellular location of novel proteins. Special techniques and capabilities Expertise includes growth of virus with host cells, both insect (Baculovirus) and mammalian (SV40, adenovirus, AAV), isolation and purification of the viruses, immunoassay development, transient transfection of mammalian cells, and selection and isolation of stable cell clones; growth assays for measurement of stimulatory effects of factors; cell analysis (viable cell density, cell size, cell shape) using a CedexHiRes. Most techniques involving cultured eucaryotic cells can be handled in the facility.

Florida State University Antarctic Marine Geology Research Facility

909 Antarctic Way, 108 CAR Tallahassee FL 32306-4100The Antarctic Research Facility houses over 20,000 meters of Antarctic, and subantarctic marine geological core samples, and 3000 meters of rotary cored geological material. Some of these Collections include: Bag and Tote Samples Dredge Samples Drill Cores Marine Sediment Cores Slide Collections

Florida International University DIT High Performance Computing

11200 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida 33199n many cases, being able to tackle large-scale problems requires the ability to process and store large data sets. The Instructional and Research Computing Center within the Division of Information Technology is now offering High-Performance Computing, or HPC, available via our Panther Cluster. By using our Panther Cluster, faculty and their students have the ability to examine complex scientific and engineering problems that would otherwise be impossible to solve without high-performance power.

Florida International University SERC Stable Isotope Laboratory

Florida Internationa University, VH 310 Miami, FL 33199 USASoutheast Environmental Research Center Stable Isotope Laboratory (SIL) is a full service stable isotope facility specializing in biogeochemistry. The SIL provides quality isotopic analyses for the FIU research community (and the community at large), helping both researchers and students use stable isotopic approaches in a variety of biogeochemical projects being conducted in the southeastern US, the Caribbean region, and beyond.

Florida State University Florida Resources and Environmental Analysis Center

UC6140 University Center Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2641The Florida Resources and Environmental Analysis Center (FREAC), established in 1969, is the original center within the Institute of Science and Public Affairs (ISPA) at Florida State University (FSU). FREAC professionals conduct research in the general areas of resource management and environmental analysis, as well as provide advice and technical assistance to state and local agencies. Public lands research and analysis, geographic information system development, and graphic representation of digital databases are current and long-range FREAC research interests. FREAC also trains university students in these areas through direct involvement in projects, providing real-world experiences.

Florida International University SERC Freshwater Biogeochemistry Laboratory

11200 SW 8th Street / Miami Florida 33199The FWBGC lab conducts biogeochemical research and monitoring to support the protection and restoration of freshwater ecosystems in South Florida and beyond. Research in the lab supports the programs of various government agencies, including the South Florida Water Managment District, Department of Interior, Army Corp of Engineers, National Park Service and Everglades National Park.

Florida International University SERC Environmental Bioinorganic Chemistry Laboratory

11200 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida 33199The Environmental Bioinorganic Chemistry Laboratory (EBCL) is a research group directed by Dr. Yong Cai within the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry and Southeast Environmental Research Center (SERC) at Florida International Unviersity (FIU). Our work is in the field of environmental bioinorganic chemistry, biogeochemistry, and bioanalytical chemistry. Our research program in this laboratory addresses many interrelated, molecular-level questions regarding the environmental fate and health effect of biomedically and environmentally important metals, including metalloids, such as mercury (Hg) and arsenic (As). Our laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation which forms Bioinorganic and Environmental Analytical Facility (BEAF), a College of Arts and Sciences recharge center managed by our staff. In addtion to provide close supports to the research program in our laboratory, the Facility can provide fee-based service for the scientific community, both within and outside the university.

Florida State University College of Medicine Translational Science Laboratory

1115 West Call Street | Tallahassee, FL 32306-4300Medical scientists are focused now on translating two decades of biomedical research into cures for human disease. The Translational Science Laboratory provides the physical space, the applied technologies and the staff to serve medical scientists at Florida State and elsewhere in their search for targets for treatment of disease. The College of Medicine has more than 1,700 physician faculty members at its six regional campuses around the state, and those physicians all have patients. The College of Medicine’s developing Clinical Research Network provides access to patient samples from diverse populations typically underrepresented in the search for signatures of disease and targets for treatment.

Florida International University SERC Nutrient Analysis Laboratory

11200 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida 33199o provide quality NELAC certified analysis of samples. Analyses Analyses of water samples via automated spectrophotometric analysis amd combustion methods of analysis include (but are not limited to): Dissolved Inorganic Nutrients Total Phosphorous, Nitrogen, Silica and TOC/DOC in liquids TN/TC/TP in solids (sediments, plant and animal material) Chlrophyll a

Florida State University Biological Science Imaging Resource

119 Biology Unit I 89 Chieftan Way Tallahassee, FL 32306-4370The Biological Science Imaging Resource is a well-equipped, multidisciplinary facility incorporating modern technologies in imaging and analysis. Faculty and students university wide as well as outside users have access to a variety of equipment for use in their research. Training is available as well as technical assistance. User fees include contributions to an auxiliary account that covers expenses. Major equipment purchases are funded through multiuser grants.

Florida Atlantic University College of Medicine Cell Cell Sorting

777 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431The Flow Cytometry Core Facility provides access to a state-of-the-art analyzer, cell sorter and workstation and provides assistance to investigators and students with experimental design, data acquisition/analysis and interpretation.

FAR Chemical

Palm Bay, FL United StatesFAR Chemical offers custom synthesis of pharmaceutical reagents and intermediates.

FAR Chemical

Palm Bay, FL, USAFAR Chemical offers custom synthesis of pharmaceutical reagents and intermediates.

Florida International University SISH Forensic DNA Profiling

Modesto Maidique Campus, CP304 11200 SW 8th St. Miami, Florida 33199The Forensic DNA Profiling Facility is a College of Arts & Sciences recharge center that provides teaching, research and service support for DNA profile (fragment) analyses. Activities in the Facility include graduate student support, grant support, class laboratory instruction, workshop support, internships, crime lab proficiency test manufacturing, and casework analysis. The Facility is part of the International Forensic Research Institute (IFRI) in and administered in cooperation with the Department of Biological Sciences and the Department Chemistry & Biochemistry . The Facility also coordinates with the Biology�s DNA Core Facility for advanced analysis and sequencing of samples prepared in the Profiling facility.

Florida Hospital

Orlando, FL, USAFlorida Hospital provides imaging services.

Florida Biologix

13702 Innovation Drive Alachua, FL United States, North AmericaFlorida Biologix is a Preclinical and Phase I/II biologics contract development, manufacturing, and testing organization focused on a wide range of value-optimizing services, including: cell line engineering, cGMP cell banking, process development, assay development, cGMP vector/protein production in mammalian and insect cells (including monoclonal antibodies, recombinant proteins, enzymes, vaccines, gene transfer vectors, and other biomolecules), cell therapies, purification, aseptic filling (including small molecules, nucleic acids, and proteins), product testing, and regulatory support.

Florida State University BASS Lab (Biochemical Analysis and Synthesis Service)

95 Chieftan Way Rm. 118 DLC Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-4390The BASS Lab (Biochemical Analysis and Synthesis Service) staff trains all users in the operation of the equipment listed. JEOL AccuTOF Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer Bruker Autoflex III MALDI Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer Waters Quattro LC-Tandem Mass Spectrometer Agilent GC/MS Varian CP-3800 Capillary Gas Chromatograph Liquid Chromatographs Liquid Chromatograph with Light Scattering Detector Applied Biosciences Peptide Synthesizer Sorvall Centrifuge

Florida International University SEAS Medina Aquarius Program

11200 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida 33199The Aquarius undersea research station has evolved from the programs of the past into a state-of-the art saturation diving facility for science along with synchronous ocean observing, a test bed for technology development, and advanced communications that now allows for telepresence education and outreach events. The habitat program has expanded into Aquarius Reef Base, which is composed of the undersea lab, an ocean observing station with real-time access via the Internet, and a shore base. Our partners, such as NASA and the Navy, have helped make advanced technologies at Aquarius Reef Base available for research, training, and education, and new collaborations with the media are providing exciting avenues for outreach. Our five-fold mission includes:

Florida Institute of Technology

150 W. University Blvd. Melbourne, FL 32901Florida Institute of Technology’s mission is to provide high-quality education to a culturally diverse student body in order to prepare students for entering the global workforce, seeking higher-education opportunities, and serving within their communities. The university also seeks to expand knowledge through basic and applied research and to serve the diverse economic, cultural, and societal needs of our local, state, national and international constituencies. In support of this mission, we are committed to: Promoting student development by fostering and sustaining a productive institutional culture of assessment that leads to the continuous improvement of academic and administrative programs; Developing an organizational culture that values and encourages intellectual curiosity, a sense of belonging and shared purpose among faculty, students and staff, and the pursuit of excellence in all endeavors; Recruiting and developing excellent faculty to become leaders in their respective fields and internationally recognized scholars; Achieving recognition as an effective, innovative, technology-focused educational and research institution; Recruiting and retaining an excellent, highly select and culturally diverse student body; Continually improving the quality of campus life for all members of the university community; Providing personal and career growth opportunities for both traditional and nontraditional students and members of the faculty and staff; Securing and maintaining professional accreditation for all appropriate programs.

Florida State University Antarctic Coastal Marine Laboratory

3618 Coastal Highway 98, St. Teresa, FL 32358-2702The FSUCML is well-equipped with research and classroom space as well as the laboratory and field equipment needed to support ecological and oceanographic research in the remarkably diverse array of habitats along the coast and far offshore of the lab. Research space includes laboratories, greenhouses, environmental chambers, a necropsy room, and a wide array of holding tanks, aquarium systems, experimental tanks, and mesocosm systems. Teaching space includes wet classrooms, a greenhouse classroom, a conference room (seats 12), and an auditorium (seats up to 100). Housing is available for short or long-term stays for up to 40 individuals. While this is primarily for visiting researchers, it also provides exceptional space for university-related retreats.

Florida State University Hybridoma Core Facility

319 Stadium Dr Tallahassee, FL 32306-4295The Hybridoma Facility� provides the expertise and assistance necessary for the production of monoclonal antibodies. This includes: the immunization of mice collection and testing of immune sera hybridoma fusions screening of hybridomas by ELISA subcloning of selected cell lines scale up of cells for supernatants or to be sent out for ascites production long term storage of hybridomas and revival as needed mycoplasma testing (currently in-house only) isotyping, and long term storage of hybridomas. We also do baculovirus production.

Florida Atlantic University College of Medicine Imaging Core

777 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431The College maintains a confocal microsope called a Carl Zeiss Microimaging LSM 700 laser scanning system. It features 4 channel imaging- 405nm, 555nm, 488nm channel with solid state lasers and DIC PMT. It uses Zen 2009 software and an Axio Observer Z1 inverted microscope.

Florida International University ARCEH Trace Metal Facility Core

11200 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida 33199The principal objective of the Trace Metal Facility Core is to promote collaborative studies on trace metals in the environmental and biological systems by providing a facility for ARCH members at Florida International University and the University of Miami and other collaborators. Specifically, the Facility Core will provide 1) trace metal analysis protocols for Center collaborators; 2) clean area for sample preparation for metal research at trace levels for Center collaborators; and 3) instrumental analysis in the core or coordinates the access to SERC and Chemistry ICP-MS facilities.

Florida Atlantic University The Clinical Translational Research Unit

777 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431Housed on the first floor of a new building located in between the College of Medicine and College of Science on the Boca Raton campus of Florida Atlantic University. The Clinical Translational Research Unit (CTRU) expands the clinical research capacity of FAU with 8000 square feet of state-of-the-art research space specifically designed to conduct clinical trials, longitudinal studies, and patient-oriented research projects. The CTRU includes: Comfortable waiting room for participants and families with computer workstations 3 infusion rooms 4 exam rooms 1 procedure room 2 rooms for private testing Family conference room DEXA machine and anthropometric measurements Gait and balance lab Biospecimen processing facility Our services include: study placement IRB and other regulatory support and guidance budget development and contract negotiation recruitment support services expert study coordination certified raters licensed physicians to perform physical exams and adverse events review sample processing and shipping study design biostatistics, epidemiology, and health services research consultation additional services and support can be negotiated

Florida Institute of Technology - Vero Beach Marine Laboratory

805 46th Place East Vero Beach, FL 32963The mission of the Vero Beach Marine Laboratory is to develop new strategies for responsible aquaculture and educate the community about aquatic organisms through research demonstrations and hands-on learning programs. Quietly tucked next to Tracking Station Beach Park, the Vero Beach Marine Laboratory (VBML) is a field laboratory established in 1981 as a satellite campus for Florida Institute of Technology. This 4-acre oceanfront property offers an excellent setting for aquaculture. Fitted with three well points, the system pumps seawater directly from the Atlantic Ocean into various aquaculture systems and tanks for production and scientific research. From single celled algae, shrimp, and seahorses, a wide range of organisms have been studied for farming purposes. Since 2001, researchers from all over the world, private companies, and students have utilized the facility and published dozens of scientific articles.

Flurry Powders, LLC

705 LIVE OAK ST STE E TARPON SPRINGS, Florida, 34689 United StatesFlurry powders accelerates preclinical development for spray dried powders, with a specialization in the area of inhalable medicines. Areas of expertise include spray drying, powder handling and filling, particle size analysis, and aerosol performance testing with impactors.

Flurry Powders, LLC

705 LIVE OAK ST STE E TARPON SPRINGS, Florida, 34689 United StatesFlurry powders accelerates preclinical development for spray dried powders, with a specialization in the area of inhalable medicines. Areas of expertise include spray drying, powder handling and filling, particle size analysis, and aerosol performance testing with impactors.

Global BioDevelopment

13575 58th Street North, Suite 138 Clearwater, FL 33760-3721 USAGlobal BioDevelopment offers formulation development, immunoassay, antibody, chromatography, efficacy testing, and toxicology services.

Global Pharma Analytics

225 Chimney Corner Lane Suite 3001 Jupiter, FL 33458 USAGPA is a cGMP analytical chemistry laboratory delivering a broad range of qualitative and quantitative testing and related services to pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmeeceutical, veterinary and specialized chemical companies.

Global Pharma Analytics

225 Chimney Corner Lane Suite 3001 Jupiter, FL 33458 USAGPA is a cGMP analytical chemistry laboratory delivering a broad range of qualitative and quantitative testing and related services to pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmeeceutical, veterinary and specialized chemical companies.

Global Pharma Analytics

1120 Holland Drive, Suite 18 Boca Raton, FL 33487 USAGPA is a cGMP analytical chemistry laboratory delivering a broad range of qualitative and quantitative testing and related services to pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmeeceutical, veterinary and specialized chemical companies.

Global Pharma Analytics

Jupiter, FL United StatesGPA is a cGMP analytical chemistry laboratory delivering a broad range of qualitative and quantitative testing and related services to pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmeeceutical, veterinary and specialized chemical companies.

Grace

Boca Raton, FL, USAGrace offers chiral chemistry, peptide intermediate synthesis, and manufacturing services.

Genzyme Genetics

10421 University Center Drive Suite 100 Tampa, FL 33612Genzyme Genetics offers immunophenotyping, oncology testing, and reproductive testing services.

Goodwin Biotechnology

1850 N.W. 69th Avenue Plantation, FL 33313 United States, North AmericaGoodwin Biotechnology offers cell culture, cell banking, cell line characterization, purification, GMP manufacturing and conjugation services for antibodies, cancer drugs, toxins, vaccines, and recombinant proteins.

Global Clinicals, Inc

Orlando, FloridaGlobal Clinicals Incorporated is a full service contract research organization (CRO) based in Los Angeles, California that specializes in human efficacy clinical trials as well as bioavailibity and bioequivalence studies. We will perform as much or as little to accommodate you the study sponsor and your product needs. We follow IRB review for all of our research projects. Additionally, we can write, design, and develop the study protocol and informed consent, scientific and medical research, submit to the IRB for approval, set up all patient files and case report forms, create and gather all source documents, screen and qualify and recruit all study patients, MD exam and enrollment of patients, lab services and blood chemistries(as needed), patient compliance, study site visits, statistical analysis of study data, final report, publish in scientific journal (if available), paperless data compilation, study summary. Every project is customized and follows the study protocol and GCP (Good Clinical Practice).

Gene Dynamics Laboratory

Gainesville, FL, USAThe Gene Dynamics Lab at the University of Florida, Gainesville focuses on the analysis of gene expression and cellular function and the analysis of genetic networks.

Hydrosphere Research

11842 Research Circle Alachua, FL 32615-6817 USAHydrosphere Research offers aquatic toxicity and bioassay testing services.

Hill Top Research

6699 13th Avenue, North St. Petersburg, FL 33710 USAHill Top Research provides safety testing, efficacy testing, microbiology, and clinical services.

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Tissue Core

12902 USF Magnolia Drive Tampa, FL, 33612 United StatesThe Tissue Core (TC) is the central biorepository for Moffitt Cancer Center. The overall goal of the TC is to collect, process, store, and release high-quality, well-annotated biospecimens in support of research. To accomplish its goal, the TC’s Specific Aims are to: Aim 1: Serve as the centralized MCC biobanking resource for the collection, processing, and storage of human biospecimens in support of member science. Aim 2: Implement biorepository best practices and quality metrics that ensure members’ access to high-quality biospecimens. Aim 3: Develop and promote policies, guidelines, and procedures that facilitate members’ efficient access to human biospecimens in a regulatory-compliant manner. Tissue Core services are housed within three distinct sections: Intake & Acquisition: Collection, initial annotation, and de-identification of biospecimens for investigator-driven and general banking protocols. Sample Processing Lab: Biospecimen processing services ranging from processing of blood to extraction of nucleic acids. Research Histology Services: Basic histology services, research-focused immunohistochemistry, and construction of tissue microarrays. Overall, the TC offers 81 distinct biobanking and biospecimen-related services that meet or exceed NCI best practice recommendations and College of American Pathologists (CAP) Biorepository Accreditation standards to ensure high-quality biospecimen collection and processing validated through standardization, documentation, and emphasis on quality management.

Health Awareness, Inc.

411 West Indiantown Road, Jupiter FL 33458Health Awareness, Inc. is a clinical research company that co-exists with Family Practice Associates and Dr. Surowitz. We have been conducting clinical trials for over 10 years in the Jupiter and Northern Palm Beach County area. Clinical Trial participants receive all study related care at no cost as well as compensation for time and travel. Your information will not be shared with anyone outside of our office.

Health Awareness, Inc.

411 West Indiatown Road Jupiter, FL, 33458 United StatesHealth Awareness, Inc. is a clinical research company that co-exists with Family Practice Associates and Dr. Surowitz. We have been conducting clinical trials for over 10 years in the Jupiter and Northern Palm Beach County area. Clinical Trial participants receive all study related care at no cost as well as compensation for time and travel. Your information will not be shared with anyone outside of our office.

Homestead Research Institute

319 North Krome Avenue Homestead, Florida 33030Homestead Research Institute is a clinical research facility in the area of Miami Dade County created with the purpose to help improve our near future.We have a beautiful research facility with staff members who have excellent training in research. Our facility is equipped with various rooms designed for organization and safety. We also have the following: Capabilities: – www.homesteadresearchinstitute.com Patient Recruitment Department High Speed Internet Access to Monitors and Employees for data entry purposes Coordinators Area -20 Refrigerator, Crash cart, selfs, and more Regulatory Department dedicated to process all our paper work with sponsor, with a 3 day window to process. Monitors Rooms area Laboratory 2 Exam Rooms

Homestead Research Institute

319 N Krome Ave, Homestead, , FL , 33030 United StatesHomestead Research Institute is a clinical research facility in the area of Miami Dade County created with the purpose to help improve our near future.We have a beautiful research facility with staff members who have excellent training in research. Our facility is equipped with various rooms designed for organization and safety. We also have the following: Capabilities: – www.homesteadresearchinstitute.com Patient Recruitment Department High Speed Internet Access to Monitors and Employees for data entry purposes Coordinators Area -20 Refrigerator, Crash cart, selfs, and more Regulatory Department dedicated to process all our paper work with sponsor, with a 3 day window to process. Monitors Rooms area Laboratory 2 Exam Rooms

HealthDiary

10795 NW 53rd Street Suite 203 Sunrise, FL 33351 USAHealthDiary is a technology partner in clinical research and health studies, offering patient diary solutions also known as electronic Patient Reported Outcomes (ePRO), Electronic Data Capture (EDC) and patient registries. HealthDiary is cloud based and designed to collect data, manage, and monitor multi-centre, multi-language studies.

Hesperos, Inc.

12424 Research Parkway Suite 400 Orlando, FL, 32826 United StatesThe mission of Hesperos, Inc. is to accelerate drug discovery through the use of our Human-on-a-Chip® to provide safety and efficacy data of novel therapeutics for the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and food industries. This breakthrough technology brings unprecedented insight into how the human body will respond to new drugs enabling development of treatments for every disease while eliminating the need for animal testing. These services allow research teams to determine how the human body will respond when new drug compounds are introduced – something that previously required costly animal testing and human trials to determine. Hesperos’ Human-on-a-Chip is an interconnected, reconfigurable, multi-organ in vitro platform reproducing the functional aspects of human physiology. This breakthrough technology enables unprecedented preclinical insight into disease states and whether a novel compound will be safe and effective for treatment in humans. The low-volume, serum-free, pumpless platform enables evaluation of both parent compounds and their metabolite. This includes single drug treatments and drug-drug combinations in the same model allowing PK and PD extrapolation to in vivo outcomes. The platform is equipped with bioelectromechanical devices that non-invasively monitor functional changes to organs as compounds are introduced, metabolized, and excreted. These devices measure both the electrical and mechanical changes of cardiac, skeletal muscle, and neuronal tissues, producing real-time assessment of the functional changes of organs in response to treatments for up to 28 days. The flexible system is easily reconfigured depending on the application, such as: reproducing (and treating) specific disease states, evaluating various drug delivery methods (IV, oral, topical), and investigating both the acute and chronic effects of a given compound. Operating as a CRO, Hesperos offers compound safety and efficacy testing services using the Human-on-a-Chip platform.

Hesperos, Inc.

12501 Research Pkwy Suite 100 Orlando, FL, 32826 United StatesThe mission of Hesperos, Inc. is to accelerate drug discovery through the use of our Human-on-a-Chip® to provide safety and efficacy data of novel therapeutics for the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and food industries. This breakthrough technology brings unprecedented insight into how the human body will respond to new drugs enabling development of treatments for every disease while eliminating the need for animal testing. These services allow research teams to determine how the human body will respond when new drug compounds are introduced – something that previously required costly animal testing and human trials to determine. Hesperos’ Human-on-a-Chip is an interconnected, reconfigurable, multi-organ in vitro platform reproducing the functional aspects of human physiology. This breakthrough technology enables unprecedented preclinical insight into disease states and whether a novel compound will be safe and effective for treatment in humans. The low-volume, serum-free, pumpless platform enables evaluation of both parent compounds and their metabolite. This includes single drug treatments and drug-drug combinations in the same model allowing PK and PD extrapolation to in vivo outcomes. The platform is equipped with bioelectromechanical devices that non-invasively monitor functional changes to organs as compounds are introduced, metabolized, and excreted. These devices measure both the electrical and mechanical changes of cardiac, skeletal muscle, and neuronal tissues, producing real-time assessment of the functional changes of organs in response to treatments for up to 28 days. The flexible system is easily reconfigured depending on the application, such as: reproducing (and treating) specific disease states, evaluating various drug delivery methods (IV, oral, topical), and investigating both the acute and chronic effects of a given compound. Operating as a CRO, Hesperos offers compound safety and efficacy testing services using the Human-on-a-Chip platform.

Hiperbaric USA

2250 Northwest 84th Avenue Miami, FL, 33122 United StatesHiperbaric is the World leading manufacturer of High Pressure Processing (HPP) equipment for the food industry. From its very beginning, in 1999, Hiperbaric has been involved in the design, technological development, production and commercialisation of high pressure processing equipment. Its reliability, customer support, team work and continuous innovation due to its strong R&D&I effort, are the ingredients for a world leading high tech company. There are operative Hiperbaric High Pressure Processing equipments in food industries of Europe, America, Asia, África y Oceania; processing meat products, fish and seafood, fruit and vegetables, juices and beverages, dairy and all type of ready to eat meals.

Innercap Technologies

Saint Petersburg, FL United StatesInnercap Technologies provides multi-phase and multi-compartment capsules for drug delivery.

Innercap Technologies

9745 International Court North St. Petersburg, Florida 33716 USAInnercap Technologies provides multi-phase and multi-compartment capsules for drug delivery.

Immunosite Technologies

600 N.E. Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304Immunosite Technologies provides immune monitoring and particle characterization.

Immunologix Laboratories

4710 Eisenhower Boulevard North Tampa, FL, 33634 United StatesImmunologix Laboratories is a science-based GLP and GCP compliant immunoassay laboratory focused solely on ligand binding based bioanalysis. We specialize in Immunogenicity, Neutralizing Antibody (cell based and ligand binding based), PK, and Clinical Biomarker assays in support of preclinical and clinical trials. The Translational Sciences Division provides enhanced experienced resources for technical strategy and implementation of bioanalytical and biomarker assays. Our customer-focused service model allows us to customize project execution for each client in a timely manner. The entire team has many years of CRO and industry experience in development, validation, and application of immunoassay-based methods.

IQsynthesis

Hollywood, Florida, USAIQsynthesis (now Cyanta Analytical Services) offers CMC and associated analytical research services, prefomulation services, formulation development services, CTM manufacturing and stability testing.

Innovative Research of America

2 North Tamiami Trail Suite 404 Sarasota, FL, 34236 United States

Isoprenoids

3802 Spectrum Blvd, Box 128A Tampa, FL 33612 USAIsoprenoids provides products and services for isoprenoid alcohol, phosphoates, and pyrophosphates.

James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital

13000 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Tampa, FL, 33612 United StatesActivated in 1972, the James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital is a tertiary care facility classified as a Clinical Referral Level 1 Facility. JAHVH is a teaching hospital, providing a full range of patient care services, with state-of-the-art technology as well as education and research. Comprehensive health care is provided through primary care, tertiary care, and long-term care in areas of medicine, surgery, psychiatry, physical medicine and rehabilitation, spinal cord injury, neurology, oncology, dentistry, geriatrics, and extended care. JAHVH consists of five Veterans Health Administration facilities located in Tampa, New Port Richey, Zephyrhills, Lakeland and Brooksville, serving four counties in Central Florida. It is a part of the Veterans Integrated System Network (VISN) 8 that also includes facilities in Orlando, Gainesville, Lake City, Bay Pines, West Palm Beach, Miami and Puerto Rico.

Kappa Labs

2577 NW 74th Ave. Miami FL 33122 USAKappa Labs provides regulatory testing, pharmaceutical analysis, microbiological analysis, chemical analysis, and water testing.

Kim Laboratories

601 S. Century Blvd.Kim Laboratories produces antibodies specific for Norovirus in addition to offering bacterial antibodies.

Karlville Development Group

3600 NW 59th Miami, FL 33142Karlville Development LLC, is a leading global manufacturer of Shrink Sleeve & Pouch machinery sold under the Karlville – Beyond Converting brand. For Slitting, Inspection and Lamination, Karlville is the Global sales partner for Webcontrol. For Ultra Sonic Spout Inserting, Karlville is the North and South America Sales Partner for Widmann. For Blown Film Extrusion, Karlville is the Global Sales Partner of Suncentre.

KRS Global Biotechnology

791 Park of Commerce Blvd., Suite 600 Boca Raton, FL, 33487 United StatesKRS is an industry-leading customized FDA registered and inspected 503b Human Outsourcing Facility, that provides sterile and non-sterile compounding services to patients, surgery centers, ophthalmology clinics, hospitals and universities nationwide. KRS commits to compliance with FDA guidelines and guidances. KRS commits to quality, patient safety, and setting the ethical standard for all other 503b outsourcing facilities. KRS is registered with the FDA as a DEA Manufacturer and holds State Board of Pharmacy licenses both in-state and out-of-state. KRS follows all applicable cGMP requirements and meets or exceeds USP Chapter <797> requirements. Our products are recognized as superior preparations due to our process validations that mirrors that of a pharmaceutical manufacturer. Our quality assurance mirrors that of a full analytical laboratory by providing certificates of analysis on all sterile preparations. KRS is much more than just a supplier of sterile compounded products. The clinical pharmacists at KRS also provide guidance to their clients on the proper handling of sterile products, regulatory requirements regarding sterile products, and clinical expertise in the use of the products they prepare. KRS pharmacists and staff are available to answer your questions, anytime! We are here to help you with timely answers to formulation questions, product availability, clinical assistance and anything else related to sterile injectable products.

Life Sciences Advanced Technologies

2900 72nd Street N., StLife Sciences Advanced Technologies offers nucleic acid modifying enzymes, trehalose powder and sterile solution, and ELISA kits.

Life Sciences Advanced Technologies

Saint Petersburg, FL United StatesLife Sciences Advanced Technologies offers nucleic acid modifying enzymes, trehalose powder and sterile solution, and ELISA kits.

Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research

1410 North 21st Street Tampa, FL, 33605 United StatesWe are leading the worldwide fight against blinding eye disease through our unique model — uniting the world’s largest Eye Bank, our cutting-edge Ocular Research Center, and our Foundation together to create the leading institution for ocular science. We are advocates for the 45 million blind and visually impaired people across the globe, and our mission is to improve their vision and quality of life, and ultimately end blindness. Our organization is the only one of its kind, combining an ocular research center with the largest eye bank in the world. Our eye bank provides eye tissue for research and transplantation to ophthalmic specialists and surgeons nationwide. Because every second counts from donor to lab, we’ve successfully created a new model that reduces precious time previously lost, thus dramatically improving advancements in ocular research. Our ocular research center is a one-of-a-kind model. It is the first and only combined eye bank and ocular research center in the world. Our research center empowers researchers to conduct real-time studies of healthy and diseased ocular tissue. This breakthrough model answers a critical need by providing normal and diseased human eye tissue to advance our understanding of events that lead to blindness. We collaborate with industry and leading institutions to develop a new pre-clinical research model offering unparalleled quality and volumes of human ocular tissue and unique research facilities for pharmaceutical or medical device studies.

LGM Pharma

6400 Congress Ave, Suite 1400LGM Pharma is an expert active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) distribution & sales company involved in imports and supply of a wide range of quality, bulk Pharmaceutical & Nutraceutical Products for the compounding and R&D industries.

Lab Logic

1040 E Brandon BlvdLab Logic provides LIMS, chromatography data systems, service instruments for radioactivity detection.

Linked Urology Research Network

545 Health BlvdLinked Urology Research Network (LURN) provides regulatory compliance, clinical expertise, study coordination, and patient enrollment.

LifeLink TissueBank

9661 Delaney Creek Blvd. | Tampa, FL 33619Welcome to LifeLink Tissue Bank’s website. Our web pages will provide you with information about our organization, services, allografts, partners, donor families, and patients. LifeLink Tissue Bank is the largest not-for-profit tissue bank in the Southeast and one of the largest in the United States.

LatinClin

11601 Biscayne Blvd Suite 213LatinClin offers clinical research services such as project management, feasibility studies, regulatory services, clinical monitoring, clinical trials, and quality assurance.

Mercedes Medical

7590 Commerce CourtMercedes Medical provides medical supplies, clinical products, and histology equipment.

Molecular Dimensions

849 Sunshine Lane Altamonte Springs FL 32714 USAMolecular Dimensions provides protein crystallography research products.

Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute

12902 Magnolia Drive Tampa, FL 33612H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute offers anatomic pathology and hematopathology services.

M2Gen Biorepository

10902 N. McKinley Drive Tampa, FL 33612M2Gen® is an informatics solutions company that advances precision medicine by integrating and analyzing clinical and molecular data. Our Company was founded in 2006 at the Moffitt Cancer Center to operationalize the Total Cancer Care® Protocol, a unique approach to studying patients throughout their lifetime. In this effort, we partner with the nation’s leading cancer centers via the Oncology Research Information Exchange Network (ORIEN).

Methylation

108 Aces Alley Port Orange, FL 32128 USAMethylation provides innovative reagents and kits for researchers working on DNA methylation and with DNA methyltransferases.

Magellan BioScience Group

4519 George Road, Suite 120Magellan provides access to marine microbial natural product collections, offering sample/extract supply, extract profiling and standardization, compound purification and structural identification services.

Manus Aktteva

303, 3rd Floor, Royale Manor, Law Garden,Manus Aktteva offers API, intermediates, and other chemical sourcing services.

Marinco Bioassay Laboratory

4569 Samuel Street, Sarasota, FL, 34233-3443 USAMarinco Bioassay Laboratory provides toxicity studies, particularly for aquaculture.

Marinco Bioassay Laboratory

Sarasota, FL United StatesMarinco Bioassay Laboratory provides toxicity studies, particularly for aquaculture.

Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience

1 Max Planck Way | Jupiter, Florida 33458The Max Planck Florida Foundation (MPFF) was established to support the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI) in its pursuit of discovering answers to fundamental questions of the brain. Basic research provides the most important source of new knowledge with long-lasting impact for our society. In collaboration with a world-leading research organization, the Max Planck Society, MPFI takes an uncompromising approach to excellence in uncovering today's new discoveries that will lead to a better understanding of tomorrow.

Metametrix

3425 Corporate WayMetametrix provides nutritional, metabolic, and toxicant testing, as well as clinical testing.

Merge Healthcare

325 Bill France Blvd. Daytona Beach, FL 32114 USAMerge Healthcare specializes in clinical systems and offers cloud-based solutions for imaging and data analytics.

Medipharm Laboratories

6736 NW 72th Ave Miami, FL 33166 USAMedipharm Laboratories specializes in pharmaceutical analysis, chemical analysis, dietary supplements, cosmetic testing, food analysis, herbal analysis, and microbial testing services.

Meridien Research

16176 Cortez BlvdMeridien Research provides clinical research trials for universities or research institutes.

Meridien Research

4751 66th Street NorthMeridien Research provides clinical research trials for universities or research institutes.

Marker Gene Technologies

3247 Lincoln StreetMarker Gene Technologies provides cell culture, fluorescent dyes, detection kits, lipids, inhibitors, and reagents.

M2Gen

10902 McKinley Drive Tampa, FL, 33612 United StatesM2Gen®, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute’s wholly owned, for-profit subsidiary, advances personalized medicine by using high quality tissue, clinical data and molecular technology to advance personalized cancer treatments.

Miami Veterans Affairs Healthcare System

1201 N.W. 16th St. Miami, FL 33125The Miami VA Healthcare System serves Veterans in three South Florida counties: Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe, with an estimated Veteran population of 152,597. Our parent facility, opened in 1968, is the Bruce W. Carter Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center that is located on 26.3 acres in downtown Miami. The Miami VA Healthcare System is an accredited comprehensive medical provider, providing general medical, surgical, inpatient and outpatient mental health services. The Miami VA Healthcare System includes an AIDS/HIV center, a prosthetic treatment center, spinal cord injury rehabilitative center, and Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center (GRECC). The Miami VA Healthcare System is recognized as a Center of Excellence in Spinal Cord Injury Research, Substance Abuse Treatment and is a recognized Chest Pain Center. In addition to serving South Florida, the Miami VA is the tertiary referral facility for the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center and provides open-heart surgery and other specialty services to other VA facilities in Florida and the country. The Miami VA Healthcare System operates 372 hospital beds, including a four-story community living center attached to the main facility. The Miami VA is also responsible for two major satellite Outpatient Clinics located in Broward County and Key West, five Community Based Outpatient Clinics located in Homestead, Key Largo, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood and Deerfield Beach. The Miami VA Healthcare System supports Readjustment Counseling Centers (Vet Centers) in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach and Key Largo. Our Mission The Miami VA Healthcare System's mission is to honor America's Veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being. Our Vision Our vision is to continue to strive to be the benchmark of excellence and value in health care by providing exemplary services that are both patient centered and evidence based. This care will be delivered by engaged, collaborative teams in an integrated environment that supports learning, discovery and continuous improvement. It will emphasize prevention and population health and contribute to the nation’s well being through education, research, and service in national emergencies

Miami Veterans Affairs Healthcare System

1201 N.W. 16th St. Miami, FL, 33125 United StatesThe Miami VA Healthcare System serves Veterans in three South Florida counties: Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe, with an estimated Veteran population of 152,597. Our parent facility, opened in 1968, is the Bruce W. Carter Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center that is located on 26.3 acres in downtown Miami. The Miami VA Healthcare System is an accredited comprehensive medical provider, providing general medical, surgical, inpatient and outpatient mental health services. The Miami VA Healthcare System includes an AIDS/HIV center, a prosthetic treatment center, spinal cord injury rehabilitative center, and Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center (GRECC). The Miami VA Healthcare System is recognized as a Center of Excellence in Spinal Cord Injury Research, Substance Abuse Treatment and is a recognized Chest Pain Center. In addition to serving South Florida, the Miami VA is the tertiary referral facility for the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center and provides open-heart surgery and other specialty services to other VA facilities in Florida and the country. The Miami VA Healthcare System operates 372 hospital beds, including a four-story community living center attached to the main facility. The Miami VA is also responsible for two major satellite Outpatient Clinics located in Broward County and Key West, five Community Based Outpatient Clinics located in Homestead, Key Largo, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood and Deerfield Beach. The Miami VA Healthcare System supports Readjustment Counseling Centers (Vet Centers) in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach and Key Largo. Our Mission The Miami VA Healthcare System's mission is to honor America's Veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being. Our Vision Our vision is to continue to strive to be the benchmark of excellence and value in health care by providing exemplary services that are both patient centered and evidence based. This care will be delivered by engaged, collaborative teams in an integrated environment that supports learning, discovery and continuous improvement. It will emphasize prevention and population health and contribute to the nation’s well being through education, research, and service in national emergencies

Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium

1600 Ken Thompson Parkway Sarasota, FL 34236We are scientists, explorers and stewards of the ocean. Driven by research, education and excitement we work to create a better environment for ourselves and our children. The answers are in the ocean. Together, we will find them. We are an independent marine research institution comprised of world-class marine scientists committed to the belief that the conservation and sustainable use of our oceans begins with research and education. From our humble beginnings in a tiny shed in a small Florida town, our efforts have expanded to include: Sarasota - 10.5-acre Base Campus and Aquarium Sarasota - Aquaculture Campus Key West - Field Station and Public Exhibit Summerland Key - Field Station Boca Grande - Outreach Office Originally focused on sharks, our research has expanded to include studies of human cancer using marine models, the effects of man-made and natural toxins on humans and on the environment, the health of wild fisheries, developing sustainable and successful fish restocking techniques and food production technologies and the development of ocean technology to help us better understand the health of the environment.

North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System

619 South Marion Avenue Lake City, FL 32025Mission Honor America's veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well being. Vision To be a patient-centered integrated health care organization for veterans providing excellent health care, research, and education; an organization where people choose to work; an active community partner; and a back-up for National emergencies..

North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System

1601 SW Archer Road Gainesville, FL 32608Mission Honor America's veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well being. Vision To be a patient-centered integrated health care organization for veterans providing excellent health care, research, and education; an organization where people choose to work; an active community partner; and a back-up for National emergencies..

North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System

1601 SW Archer Road Gainesville, FL, 32608 United StatesMission Honor America's veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well being. Vision To be a patient-centered integrated health care organization for veterans providing excellent health care, research, and education; an organization where people choose to work; an active community partner; and a back-up for National emergencies..

North Carolina Clinical Research (NCCR)

Twin Lakes Professional CenterNorth Carolina Clinical Research (NCCR) offers clinical research services and conducts phase I to IV clinical trials.

Nova Southeastern University Rumbaugh-Goodwin Institute for Cancer Research

1850 NW 69th Ave, Suite 5 Plantation, FL 33313The Rumbaugh-Goodwin Institute for Cancer Research, Inc. (RGI), a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, was established in 1959 and is located in Plantation, FL, just outside of Fort Lauderdale. RGI was merged with the Health Professions Division (HPD) of Nova Southeastern University (NSU) in February of 2005. Since the merger RGI has been steadily expanding its programs and research activities. RGI is committed to rapidly developing anti-cancer therapies, in conjunction with industrial and academic partners, using efficient models of cancer growth and metastasis with the aim of moving novel compounds to market in the shortest time possible. Additionally, RGI is investigating 1) why cancer becomes resistant to chemotherapy over time, 2) how this resistance can be overcome, 3) which chemotherapeutic agents are most likely to work in an individual with particular genetic make-up and 4) what causes cancer to grow aggressively and spread. The Institute's main goal is to develop newer cancer therapies that can specifically target tumors, with minimal cellular damage and toxicity to the patient. Its long-standing relationship with the National Cancer Institute and The National Institute of Health, Roayal Dames of Cancer Research Inc., American Cancer Society etc. provides support for the advancement and development of these kinds of promising new investigational therapies. RGI has excellent laboratory facilities, dedicated research staff and passion for getting new treatments to patients quickly. Our ability to move towards our research goals is facilitated by numerous generous donations, government grants and collaborations with academic and industrial partners. We are very proud to be supported by the Royal Dames of Cancer Research. Since 1969, the Royal Dames of Cancer Research have generously supported RGI through their annual Tiara Ball and other events. RGI plans to continue its ongoing basic research as well as anti-cancer drug discovery and screening. Particular emphasis will be placed on research conducted with its unique human xenograft model and cell line that had won recognition for RGI in the past from the National Cancer Institute and various academic institutions. The aims of the major research programs are to: Study mechanisms of tumor growth, angiogenesis and metastasis Discover new anticancer and anti-metastatic therapies Initiate clinical trials with recently patented anti-angiogenic compounds Identify critical growth factors/receptors that induce cancer development Identify new genes and gene mutatations responsible for cancer growth and metastasis Identify reasons of drug resistance and possible recourse Evaluate chemotherapeutic/biotherapeutic agents effective against variety of cancers Discover and evaluate natural products with anticancer potential

Nova Southeastern University Rumbaugh-Goodwin Institute for Cancer Research

1850 NW 69th Ave, Suite 5 Plantation, , FL , 33313 United StatesThe Rumbaugh-Goodwin Institute for Cancer Research, Inc. (RGI), a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, was established in 1959 and is located in Plantation, FL, just outside of Fort Lauderdale. RGI was merged with the Health Professions Division (HPD) of Nova Southeastern University (NSU) in February of 2005. Since the merger RGI has been steadily expanding its programs and research activities. RGI is committed to rapidly developing anti-cancer therapies, in conjunction with industrial and academic partners, using efficient models of cancer growth and metastasis with the aim of moving novel compounds to market in the shortest time possible. Additionally, RGI is investigating 1) why cancer becomes resistant to chemotherapy over time, 2) how this resistance can be overcome, 3) which chemotherapeutic agents are most likely to work in an individual with particular genetic make-up and 4) what causes cancer to grow aggressively and spread. The Institute's main goal is to develop newer cancer therapies that can specifically target tumors, with minimal cellular damage and toxicity to the patient. Its long-standing relationship with the National Cancer Institute and The National Institute of Health, Roayal Dames of Cancer Research Inc., American Cancer Society etc. provides support for the advancement and development of these kinds of promising new investigational therapies. RGI has excellent laboratory facilities, dedicated research staff and passion for getting new treatments to patients quickly. Our ability to move towards our research goals is facilitated by numerous generous donations, government grants and collaborations with academic and industrial partners. We are very proud to be supported by the Royal Dames of Cancer Research. Since 1969, the Royal Dames of Cancer Research have generously supported RGI through their annual Tiara Ball and other events. RGI plans to continue its ongoing basic research as well as anti-cancer drug discovery and screening. Particular emphasis will be placed on research conducted with its unique human xenograft model and cell line that had won recognition for RGI in the past from the National Cancer Institute and various academic institutions. The aims of the major research programs are to: Study mechanisms of tumor growth, angiogenesis and metastasis Discover new anticancer and anti-metastatic therapies Initiate clinical trials with recently patented anti-angiogenic compounds Identify critical growth factors/receptors that induce cancer development Identify new genes and gene mutatations responsible for cancer growth and metastasis Identify reasons of drug resistance and possible recourse Evaluate chemotherapeutic/biotherapeutic agents effective against variety of cancers Discover and evaluate natural products with anticancer potential

Neugenlabs LLC

3802 Spectrum blvd Suite 142B Tampa, Florida, 33612 United StatesWe are CRO expertise in Custom synthesis, Intermediates, Refrence Standards, Api development, New Chemical Entities,

NeoGenomics Laboratories

12701 Commonwealth DriveNeoGenomics Laboratories is a specialized oncology reference laboratory providing the latest technologies, testing partnership opportunities, and interactive education to the oncology and pathology communities. We offer the complete spectrum of diagnostic services in molecular testing, FISH, cytogenetics, flow cytometry, and immunohistochemistry through our nation-wide network of CAP-accredited, CLIA-approved laboratories. NeoGenomics has one of the fastest test development cycles in the industry, enabling the Company to be extremely responsive to client requests, clinical guideline changes, new therapeutics, and breaking research. NeoGenomics Pharma Services offers customizable oncology testing capabilities and expert services and leverages our reference laboratory capabilities to support drug development programs from early biomarker discovery to clinical trials, through regulatory submission and commercialization. NeoGenomics Pharma Services offers your drug development program the most comprehensive cancer genetics test menu commercially available in the United States in a platform-agnostic environment including the following technologies: IHC, Flow Cytometry, FISH, MultiOmyxTM, PCR, Histology, Sanger & Next-Gen Sequencing, Liquid Biopsy, Cytogenetics, and Immunoassays.

NeoGenomics Laboratories

12701 Commonwealth DriveNeoGenomics Laboratories is a specialized oncology reference laboratory providing the latest technologies, testing partnership opportunities, and interactive education to the oncology and pathology communities. We offer the complete spectrum of diagnostic services in molecular testing, FISH, cytogenetics, flow cytometry, and immunohistochemistry through our nation-wide network of CAP-accredited, CLIA-approved laboratories. NeoGenomics has one of the fastest test development cycles in the industry, enabling the Company to be extremely responsive to client requests, clinical guideline changes, new therapeutics, and breaking research. NeoGenomics Pharma Services offers customizable oncology testing capabilities and expert services and leverages our reference laboratory capabilities to support drug development programs from early biomarker discovery to clinical trials, through regulatory submission and commercialization. NeoGenomics Pharma Services offers your drug development program the most comprehensive cancer genetics test menu commercially available in the United States in a platform-agnostic environment including the following technologies: IHC, Flow Cytometry, FISH, MultiOmyxTM, PCR, Histology, Sanger & Next-Gen Sequencing, Liquid Biopsy, Cytogenetics, and Immunoassays.

Nilogen Oncosystems

3802 Spectrum Boulevard Suite 207 Tampa, FL, 33612 United StatesNilogen Oncosystems is a contract research organization that offers cancer drug development services for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. In our CLIA-certified lab, Nilogen performs correlative studies between ex vivo drug responses and multiple aspects of the tumor microenvironment to develop companion diagnostics that can be applied to clinical trials and patient care. Our expert PhD scientists can assist drug developers throughout every phase of the project, from the design and execution of the study to the preparation of the final report, including interpretation of the data. Our proprietary drug testing platforms utilize fresh patient tumor tissue with intact tumor immune microenvironment to accurately assess the therapeutic potential of drug treatments.

NuRx Services

Hwy 16A & 75 StreetNuRx Services offers custom synthesis, microbial fermentation, and compound purification services.

Northwestern University CLP

2170 Campus Dr.Northwestern University Chemistry of Life Processes Institute offers its facilities to suppose drug discovery, molecular innovation, bioinformatics, proteomics, and in vivo/vitro studies.

Nutri-Force Nutrition

14620 NW 60th Ave. Miami Lakes, FL 33014 USANutri-Force Nutrition provides custom manufacturing and private labeling of vitamins, dietary supplements, nutraceuticals, and nutritional supplements.

Nutri-Force Nutrition

Miami Lakes, FL United StatesNutri-Force Nutrition provides custom manufacturing and private labeling of vitamins, dietary supplements, nutraceuticals, and nutritional supplements.

Neurostructural Research Laboratories

12409 Telecom Dr Tampa FL 33637 USAFrom fixed brain tissue sent to Neurostructural Research, we Golgi stain the tissue, prepare slides, and carry out morphometric analyses of dendritic branching and spines.

NASA - Kennedy Space Center

Kennedy Space Center, FL 32899NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida is committed to working with private industry in new and innovative ways as the agency's premier launch center adapts to changing spaceflight, research and exploration goals in America. From unique equipment to innovative partnership opportunities, Kennedy can provide the link to success in a wide variety of technological fields. The center has a history of working with private industry and that continues to grow.

Noven Pharmaceuticals

11960 SW 144th Street Miami, FL 33186 USANoven Pharmaceuticals is engaged in the research, development, manufacture, marketing and sale of prescription pharmaceutical products.

Nanotherapeutics

13859 Progress Boulevard Alachua, FL, 32615 United States

Ocean Ridge Biosciences

Ocean Ridge BiosciencesOcean Ridge Biosciences is an experienced CRO with expertise in molecular genetics, epigenetics, transcriptomics, metagenomics, protein profiling, and custom bioinformatics. We have a recently upgraded wet-lab with capability ranging from Illumina sequencing, Affymetrix GeneChips, MI-Ready Microarrays, miRNA microarrays, Luminex xMAP, Quantigene, Nanostring, RT-qPCR, and more. Our bioinformatics capabilities are highly customizable, and we have extensive experience delivering high-quality results to both academic and industry labs interested in cutting-edge biomarker identification and gene expression analysis.

Ocean Ridge Biosciences

394 SW 12th Ave Deerfield Beach, FL, 33442 United StatesOcean Ridge Biosciences is an experienced CRO with expertise in molecular genetics, epigenetics, transcriptomics, metagenomics, protein profiling, and custom bioinformatics. We have a recently upgraded wet-lab with capability ranging from Illumina sequencing, Affymetrix GeneChips, MI-Ready Microarrays, miRNA microarrays, Luminex xMAP, Quantigene, Nanostring, RT-qPCR, and more. Our bioinformatics capabilities are highly customizable, and we have extensive experience delivering high-quality results to both academic and industry labs interested in cutting-edge biomarker identification and gene expression analysis.

Ontario Cancer Biomarker Network (OCBN)

MaRS Centre, South Tower, Suite 200Ontario Cancer Biomarker Network (OCBN) focuses on discovery and development on novel biomarkers for human diseases in addition to offering mass spectrometry, immunoassays, and other assay services to support proteomics, genomics, clinical oncology, and drug development.

Palm Beach CRO

1897 Palm Beach Lakes BoulevardPalm Beach CRO offers clinical research services such as site evaluation, project management, protocol preparation, data management, and data analysis services.

Pure Source

9750 NW 17th St. Miami, FL 33172 USAPure Source is a contract manufacturer of various products including creams, lotions, tablets, capsules, and gels.

Platform Specialty Products

1450 Centrepark Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL, 33401 United StatesWe are a global, diversified producer of high technology specialty chemical products and provider of technical services. Our business involves the formulation of a broad range of specialty chemicals created by blending raw materials through multi-step technological processes or formulating active ingredients into final agricultural products, which can be easily and safely used by growers in the field. These specialty chemicals are sold into multiple industries, including agricultural, electronics, graphic arts, metals and plastic plating, and offshore oil production and drilling. We refer to our products as “dynamic chemistries” due to their intricate chemical compositions. Our dynamic chemistries are used in a wide variety of attractive niche markets.

Particle Sizing Systems

8203 Kristel CircleParticle Sizing Systems offers particle size analyzers, potential analyzers, classification and homogenization, and stability analyzers.

Prakhya Research Labs

Jacksonville, FL, USAPrakhya Research Labs offers studies in chemistry, acute/sub acute toxicity, ecotoxicity, genotoxicity, and entomology.

Pathogenes

15471 NW 112th AvePathogenes focuses on the research and development of reagents to diagnose, treat, and prevent animal diseases while offering antibody production, gene cloning and expression services.

ProVeris Scientific

1000 Lakeside, North HarbourProVeris Scientific offers actuation parameter determination services.

Pensacola Radiology Consultants

5151 North Ninth AvenuePensacola Radiology Consultants provide imaging services.

Palmetto Canning Co.

3601 US Highway 41 Palmetto, FL 34221Palmetto Canning Co. has been in business since 1927. Our name is a bit of a misnomer, because we do not can any food products. This goes back to our early history when we canned tomatoes We now package products in glass or plastic (PET) anywhere from 5 oz to gallon sized containers. There are three basic types of contract packing: Toll, Full Service, and Hybrid. Toll Packing - the client provides all packaging and ingredients and pays a per case toll charge for the packing of these components. Full Service Contract Packing - the packer provides all of the ingredients and packing materials except for the label. Hybrid - a combination of the two previously mentioned. The packer provides all the materials that are already on-hand and the client provides the rest.

Primate Products

7780 NW 53rd StreetPrimate Products offers breeding programs, health screening, bioproducts, contract quarantine, and long-term holding.

Peninsula Research Inc

305 Clyde Morris Blvd., Suite 250, Ormond Beach, FL 32174, USAPeninsula Research Inc provides clinical trial recruitment and monitoring.

PaleoDNA (Microanalytica)

4989 SW 74 Court, Miami, FL 33155 USAPaleoDNA (Microanalytica) offers DNA extraction and purification, as well as amino acid analysis services.

Pharsight

321 E. Evelyn Ave, 3rd Fl.Pharsight offers non-compartmental and compartmental PK/PD analysis, simulations, and modeling as well as bioanalysis, bioequivalence, bioavailability, and in vitro metabolite profiling services.

Pro-Lab, Inc.

1675 N. Commerce Pkwy. Weston, FL 33326Today, one person in ten suffers from headaches or high blood pressure. Birth defects are on the rise. One out of every five people will get cancer during their lifetime, a 26 percent increase in the last two decades according to the National Cancer Society. In addition to cancer, environmental pollution is suspected to be a major cause of asthma, emphysema, nervous disorders, and there is speculation that it might also figure into puzzling diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Overwhelming media attention and newly enacted legislation regarding life threatening home and office pollutants has heightened consumer awareness, which in turn created the demand for professional-grade environmental home safety test kits. Why PRO-LAB? PRO-LAB is a leading manufacturer of a complete line of home safety test kits. Each test kit provides precise measurement of specific life threatening pollutants PRO-LAB test kits contain all of the necessary materials to detect contaminants within the home or office. All analyses are performed by PRO-LAB® or by PRO-LAB® recognized licensed, certified or accredited laboratories. PRO-LAB is an environmentally conscious company and all of our test kits are consumer friendly and completely non-toxic PRO-LAB is not owned by or beholden to any company selling pollution abatement services or air and/or water treatment devices. All analyses are performed by PRO-LAB® or by PRO-LAB® recognized certified laboratories in compliance with State and Federal lab methods.

Pro-Lab, Inc.

1675 N. Commerce Pkwy. Weston, , FL , 33326 United StatesToday, one person in ten suffers from headaches or high blood pressure. Birth defects are on the rise. One out of every five people will get cancer during their lifetime, a 26 percent increase in the last two decades according to the National Cancer Society. In addition to cancer, environmental pollution is suspected to be a major cause of asthma, emphysema, nervous disorders, and there is speculation that it might also figure into puzzling diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Overwhelming media attention and newly enacted legislation regarding life threatening home and office pollutants has heightened consumer awareness, which in turn created the demand for professional-grade environmental home safety test kits. Why PRO-LAB? PRO-LAB is a leading manufacturer of a complete line of home safety test kits. Each test kit provides precise measurement of specific life threatening pollutants PRO-LAB test kits contain all of the necessary materials to detect contaminants within the home or office. All analyses are performed by PRO-LAB® or by PRO-LAB® recognized licensed, certified or accredited laboratories. PRO-LAB is an environmentally conscious company and all of our test kits are consumer friendly and completely non-toxic PRO-LAB is not owned by or beholden to any company selling pollution abatement services or air and/or water treatment devices. All analyses are performed by PRO-LAB® or by PRO-LAB® recognized certified laboratories in compliance with State and Federal lab methods.

ProImmune

4281 Express Lane,ProImmune offers cell line development, staining, tissue typing, immunogenicity systems, proliferation assays, and biologics design.

Pegasus Laboratories

8809 Ely Road Pensacola, Florida 32514 USAPegasus Laboratories offers development and manufacturing of prescription and over-the-counter products.

Protheragen

25 College DriveProtheragen is focused on developing new therapeutics for the treatment of CNS diseases and gastrointestinal cancers.

Plasma Med

851 Broken Sound Pkwy NW Boca Raton, FloridaWe are a Site Management Organization & Investigator Site connecting patients to the medical research community with innovative recruitment tools and technology. We work with sponsors to develop media planning, enrollment & retention strategies, advocacy group engagement, study branding and much more. Our direct connection to patients, clinicians, and researchers allows us to provide the best.

Pet Imaging Institute of South Florida

603 N. Flamingo Road, Suite 155Pet Imaging Institute of South Florida offers imaging services

Pet Imaging Institute of South Florida

Hollywood, FL United StatesPet Imaging Institute of South Florida offers imaging services

Pharma Resources International LLC

501 N. Orlando Ave Ste 313-259 Winter Park, FL 32789Raw Materials-Ingredients Specialists PRI is a distributor of bulk raw materials. We import hard to find products from all around the world to give your formulation an edge over the competition. Our sourcing team is ready to fill any inquiry. Our goal is to provide the highest quality Ingredients & great customer service at an unbeatable price. We emphasize the importance of quality over quantity. Key Markets Beverage Manufacturers Cosmeceutical Manufacturers Dietary Supplement Manufacturers Flavor Manufacturers Food Manufacturers Nutraceutical Manufacturers Ophthalmic Product Manufacturers Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Pet Food/Supplements Manufacturers Sports Nutrition Manufacturers

Pharma Resources International LLC

501 N. Orlando Ave STE 313-259 Winter Park, USA, 32789 United StatesRaw Materials-Ingredients Specialists PRI is a distributor of bulk raw materials. We import hard to find products from all around the world to give your formulation an edge over the competition. Our sourcing team is ready to fill any inquiry. Our goal is to provide the highest quality Ingredients & great customer service at an unbeatable price. We emphasize the importance of quality over quantity. Key Markets Beverage Manufacturers Cosmeceutical Manufacturers Dietary Supplement Manufacturers Flavor Manufacturers Food Manufacturers Nutraceutical Manufacturers Ophthalmic Product Manufacturers Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Pet Food/Supplements Manufacturers Sports Nutrition Manufacturers

PanoAb

3802 Spectrum Blvd. Suite 151PanoAb offers antibody production/purification/conjugation, peptide synthesis, and epitope mapping services.

Proactive Molecular Research

11215 NW 32ND AVE GAINESVILLE, FL, 32606 United StatesProactive Molecular Research is an expert resource when you need Customer Synthesis, and Drug Development Services, and Alternative Sourcing Channel. We provide with APIs, Building blocks, Noble metal catalyst, advanced intermediates. Proactive Molecular Research is also a Trustworthy Alternative Sourcing Channel for Raw Materials and Intermediates in the Chinese Marketplace.

Proactive Molecular Research

13709 Progress Boulevard Suite S166C Box 34 Alachua, FL, 32615 United StatesProactive Molecular Research is an expert resource when you need Customer Synthesis, and Drug Development Services, and Alternative Sourcing Channel. We provide with APIs, Building blocks, Noble metal catalyst, advanced intermediates. Proactive Molecular Research is also a Trustworthy Alternative Sourcing Channel for Raw Materials and Intermediates in the Chinese Marketplace.

Palmer College of Chiropractic Center for Chiropractic Research Laboratory Animal Resource Facility

4777 City Center Parkway Port Orange, FL 32129The Laboratory Animal Resource Facility provides general animal care services related to basic science research projects. It operates under the guidance of the Palmer Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee and maintains an animal facility meeting the highest standards of animal care. Licensed and inspected by the United States Department of Agriculture and the Iowa Department of Agriculture, the Laboratory Animal Resource Facility assures that the care and use of animals is scientifically, technically and humanely appropriate.

Precise Plastic Testing, Inc.

4647 Lown St N St Petersburg, FL 33714

PrimateBiologicals

16450 Southwest 180th Street Miami, FL, 33187 United StatesPrimateBiologicals supplies non-human primate biological samples including serum, plasma, whole blood, PBMC, CSF, milk, and tissues.

PrimateBiologicals

16450 SW 180 ST Miami, FL, 33187 United StatesPrimateBiologicals supplies non-human primate biological samples including serum, plasma, whole blood, PBMC, CSF, milk, and tissues.

Quest Diagnostics

3 Giralda FarmsQuest Diagnostics offers anatomic pathology, genetics, and disease studies.

Rochem

1841 Timber Ridge Bay CourtRochem provides chemicals, pharmaceutical products, regulatory services, and internal compliance.

RJ Lee Group

1000 Heritage Center Boulevard Building 1000 Oak Ridge, TN 37830RJ Lee Group offers characterization, particle analysis, material analysis, nasal spray testing, and SEM imaging.

Renstar Medical Research

104 SE 1st Ave, Suite B Ocala, FL 34471Renstar Medical Research is a research site located in beautiful North Central Florida, one of the fastest growing retirement areas in the country. Renstar’s research staff work with local physicians in private practice and community hospital settings to provide a multidisciplinary team focused on meeting enrollment goals while ensuring strict regulatory and protocol compliance.

Renstar Medical Research

104 SE 1st Ave # B, Ocala, , FL , 34471 United StatesRenstar Medical Research is a research site located in beautiful North Central Florida, one of the fastest growing retirement areas in the country. Renstar’s research staff work with local physicians in private practice and community hospital settings to provide a multidisciplinary team focused on meeting enrollment goals while ensuring strict regulatory and protocol compliance.

Radiant Research

6010 Park 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.

Reliant Inventory Services

7155 SW 47th Street, #311 Miami, Florida 33155

Relyvd LLC

Carrera 6 N° 123 A 74, Torre 7 Apto 402 USA 1826 34th Ave Vero Beach Fl 32960 Bogota, Bogota DC, 110111 Colombia

Roskamp Institute, Inc.

2040 Whitfield Ave, Sarasota, FL 34243What do research and development have in common? The answer: Robert Roskamp, a philanthropist and Sarasota-based developer of senior living facilities. Roskamp has been in the development business for more than 30 years, beginning in Chicago where he built specialized homes for emotionally disabled adults. It was then that he first became interested in diseases of the mind. Understanding first hand the effects these diseases can have on patients and their families after his brother was diagnosed with schizophrenia, Roskamp dedicated his life to finding cures and treatments of such diseases, and has been joined in this endeavor by his wife, Diane. In 2003, their quest led to the creation of the Roskamp Institute in Sarasota, Florida, where some of the world's most cutting-edge research is conducted on neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's disease. Since opening its doors, the Roskamp Institute has been a leader in the global effort to better understand and ultimately cure debilitating diseases of the mind. The foundation for the Institute's work was set more than a decade ago by Roskamp's two lead researchers, Drs. Michael Mullan and Fiona Crawford. They were key members of a pioneering team of scientists who, in the early 1990s, discovered that the onset of Alzheimer's was directly related to the accumulation of a protein called ß-amyloid. This protein is present in everyone, but thanks to the groundbreaking work of this team, it is now known that too much of it will result in the development of Alzheimer's.

Regeneration Biology LLC

2151 S 30th St. Haines City, FL , 33844 United StatesRegeneration Biology is one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies. Regeneration Biology is a values-based pharmaceuticals company, deeply rooted in science and innovation to transform new ideas and discoveries into medicines for patients with serious illnesses. Regeneration Biology LLC, LTD is in USD and Canada, life sciences industry, specializing in “FBS”, VTM” SARS-CoV-2 Detection Kits, MultiplexELISA Kits. 3D Human Blood-Brain Barrier Model, or In Vitro BBB Models, and manufacturing Antibodies. Indeed, we supply biopharmaceutical products by meeting the developing needs of the global healthcare industry.

Regeneration Biology LLC

2151 S 30th St. Haines City, FL , 33844 United StatesRegeneration Biology is one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies. Regeneration Biology is a values-based pharmaceuticals company, deeply rooted in science and innovation to transform new ideas and discoveries into medicines for patients with serious illnesses. Regeneration Biology LLC, LTD is in USD and Canada, life sciences industry, specializing in “FBS”, VTM” SARS-CoV-2 Detection Kits, MultiplexELISA Kits. 3D Human Blood-Brain Barrier Model, or In Vitro BBB Models, and manufacturing Antibodies. Indeed, we supply biopharmaceutical products by meeting the developing needs of the global healthcare industry.

Regeneration Biology LLC

2151 S 30th St. Haines City, FL , 33844 United StatesRegeneration Biology is one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies. Regeneration Biology is a values-based pharmaceuticals company, deeply rooted in science and innovation to transform new ideas and discoveries into medicines for patients with serious illnesses. Regeneration Biology LLC, LTD is in USD and Canada, life sciences industry, specializing in “FBS”, VTM” SARS-CoV-2 Detection Kits, MultiplexELISA Kits. 3D Human Blood-Brain Barrier Model, or In Vitro BBB Models, and manufacturing Antibodies. Indeed, we supply biopharmaceutical products by meeting the developing needs of the global healthcare industry.

Research Concierge™

500 Grand Boulevard, Suite 210 CliniSciences Group Miramar Beach, FL, 32550 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).

Research Concierge™

720 Brooker Creek Blvd, Suite 210 Oldsmar, FL, 34677 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).

Research Concierge™

4949 SW 41st Boulevard Ste 40 Gainesville, FL, 32608 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).

Research Concierge™

P.O. Box 3565 Ocala, FL, 34478 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).

ReceptoPharm

1537 NW 65th Avenue Plantation FL 33313 USAReceptoPharm offers stability studies, viral testing, efficacy testing, potency testing, and method development.

Rollins College

1000 Holt Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789Founded in 1885 by New England Congregationalists who sought to bring their style of liberal arts education to the Florida frontier, Rollins is a four-year, coeducational institution and the first recognized college in Florida.

Rollins College

1000 Holt Avenue, Winter Park, , FL , 32789 United StatesFounded in 1885 by New England Congregationalists who sought to bring their style of liberal arts education to the Florida frontier, Rollins is a four-year, coeducational institution and the first recognized college in Florida.

St. Armands Baking Company

2811 59th Dr E, Bradenton, FL 34203St. Armands Baking Company is committed to producing the finest quality fresh baked bread, rolls, and buns on the market. Our modern state of the art manufacturing plant is centrally located in Florida, and produces millions of pounds of deli breads, hamburger buns, Kaiser rolls, hot dog rolls, hoagie rolls, sub rolls, along with a full line of artisan breads and dinner rolls, every year.

Synchronyx

7570 Estrella Cir Boca Raton, FL, 33433 United StatesSynchronyx is an evidence-based research organization supporting real-world data collection and integration of innovative value-based care solutions among health care stakeholders. Through action-driven, data-centric, and timely interventions, we work with our partners to reduce healthcare costs and utilization, while ultimately improving patient experiences and outcomes. Among our comprehensive end-to-end solutions, Synchronyx offers remote patient and medication monitoring through API-enabled platforms for real-time data exchange and communication between patients and care teams. Our mission is to tackle siloes and fragmentation in care by supporting healthcare delivery optimization and resource allocation for diverse patient populations.

Sancilio and Company

3874 Fiscal Court, STE 200 Riviera Beach, FL 33404-1785 USASancilio and Company is a biopharmaceutical company focused on Advanced Lipid Technology and complimentary products.

Southern Research Institute

5201 International DriveSouthern Research Institute offers pathology, veterinary services, metabolism studies, tumor xenograft models, immunogenicity studies, and genetic services.

Sunteck Inc.

4500 Salisbury Road Jacksonville, FL, 32216 United StatesTo achieve service excellence in our most important relationships with our network of sales, operations, and capacity specialists, employees, and shipper clients. In pursuit of our mission, we are focused on new and empowering information systems, risk management strategies, and cutting our own path of innovation and best practices.

Synquest Laboratories

P.O. Box 309 Alachua FL 32616 USASynQuest Laboratories offer custom synthesis and contract manufacturing services for fluorine-containing molecules.

SouthPointe Surgical Supply

166 Northwest 110th WaySouthPointe Surgical Supply provides surgical instruments and products.

Suncoast Clinical Research

3890 Tampa Road, Suite 302, Palm Harbor, FL 34684Suncoast Clinical Research conducts clinical trials.

Suncoast Clinical Research

5604 Gulf Drive, New Port Richey, FL 34652Suncoast Clinical Research conducts clinical trials.

SciAn Services

1150 First Avenue, Suite 501SciAn Services offers phase I-IV clinical research services including trial management, site management, data management, consulting, and regulatory support.

Sunrise Medical Research, Inc.

4700 North State Road 7 Building A, Suite #111 Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33319Sunrise Medical Research, Inc. is a multi-therapeutic research site with locations throughout Broward and Palm Beach County, Florida. Our mission is to bring clinical research to as many lives as possible while positively impacting the health of millions, often friends and family, by advancing new medicines. Since 1999, our sole focus has been on clinical research, ensuring all of our clinical trial partners – Participants, Sponsors, and Investigators – can count on us for unparalleled service and exceptional performance.

Sunrise Medical Research, Inc.

4700 N State Rd 7 #111, Lauderdale Lakes, , FL , 33319 United StatesSunrise Medical Research, Inc. is a multi-therapeutic research site with locations throughout Broward and Palm Beach County, Florida. Our mission is to bring clinical research to as many lives as possible while positively impacting the health of millions, often friends and family, by advancing new medicines. Since 1999, our sole focus has been on clinical research, ensuring all of our clinical trial partners – Participants, Sponsors, and Investigators – can count on us for unparalleled service and exceptional performance.

Southeast Bottling & Beverage

15340 Citrus Country Drive, Dade City, FL 33523Southeast Bottling & Beverage provides a number of services to our clients on both the co-packing and manufacturing levels. Simply provide the materials and we will turn them into shelf-ready, finished products. We also offer Turnkey Solutions, making us both a bottling company and a beverage manufacturer. We can handle the needs of any client who is in the industry of ready to drink beverages and liquid dietary supplements. Our spacious 76,000 ft2 facility is equipped with the latest in beverage manufacturing and co-packing technology. The new co-packing facility has both cold and hot fill lines, 5 liquid filling rooms, an AC warehouse and a chiller on site. We specialize in plastic bottles that range in sizes between 2 ounces and 96 ounces. At the heart of our operation is a knowledgeable and experienced team that can efficiently transform your idea into a shelf-ready, fresh and functional beverage product. On the beverage manufacturer front, Southeast Bottling & Beverage has a wide variety of ready to drink (RTD) beverages including: Functional Drinks Sports Drinks Energy Drinks & Shots Juice Drinks Flavored Water Teas Our customer service is second-to-none and we are here to make your product a success. All you need is an idea and we’ll help with the rest. Contact us today to learn more.

Thornton Laboratories

1145 East Cass Street Tampa, FL, 33602 United StatesWith consistent growth since its founding in Tampa, Florida in 1922, Thornton Laboratories, has continuously expanded its laboratory capabilities and services. Continued involvement in new techniques and the latest in scientific equipment have enabled Thornton to continue meeting the demands of a rapidly advancing agricultural community. In 1972, the company entered the international trade market and, today, through our Field Services Division, brings surveying and inspection services to an international clientele on a worldwide basis.

The Bioinformatics CRO

7376 Bella Foresta Pl Sanford, Florida, 32771 United StatesThe Problem - Research projects can be stalled for months or even years due to a dearth of bioinformatics expertise. Even worse, poorly executed analyses can result in incorrect conclusions and an immense subsequent misallocation of resources. Our Solution - We work with you to develop a customized plan that best suits your needs. We offer project-based contract research, consulting, and a flexible “bioinformatics department for hire” service. We aim to please our clients and cultivate long-term relationships. The Bioinformatics CRO exists to streamline biomedical research worldwide. There is considerable waste in the research enterprise that can be eliminated with modern collaboration technologies. We assemble transient project teams consisting of proven subject-matter experts to execute projects efficiently using best practices. With the ready availability of cloud computing, computational biology is particularly amenable to this model. The Bioinformatics CRO represents a new breed of contract research organization that offers quality customized bioinformatics services to biotechnology companies worldwide. Our full-time team has over 20 years’ experience in computational biology and is complemented by a large team of similarly qualified consultants whose collective expertise spans most areas of bioinformatics. This allows us to be nimble and effective. We provide analytical help with genomics, genetic target diligence, biomarker identification, patient stratification, etc. We're a team of computational biologists who help academics and small to midsized biotechs with bioinformatics, focusing on the genomics/epigenomics/transcriptomics space.

Tutela Systems

14930 North Florida Avenue 14414 North Florida Avenue Tampa, FL, 33613 United StatesTutela monitoring systems deliver unparalleled accuracy, regulatory compliance to global customers with no hidden software upgrade or validation costs. And using cloud-based technology, electronic records are securely accessible 24/7 anywhere in the world on any device able to support a web-browser. Tutela is the most complete, robust, flexible and future-proof solution for remote monitoring yet developed for the Life Sciences. There is no better solution to protect your valuable inventory from loss or compliance failure

Tech Ambience

2301 Park Avenue Orange Park, FL, 32073 United States

Tech Ambience

2301 Park Avenue #400 United States Orange Park, FLORIDA, 32073 United States

The Scripps Research Institute - Cell Based High-Throughput Screening Core

130 Scripps Way, Jupiter, FL 33458

Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies (TPIMS)

11350 SW Village Parkway Port St. Lucie, FL 34987-2352 USATorrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies is a non-profit research center dedicated to conducting basic research to advance the understanding of human disease and the improvement of human health.

The Mannheimer Foundation, Inc (OSU)

20255 Southwest 360th Street, Homestead, FL 33034, USType of Experience: Laboratory Animal Medicine/Management of Nonhuman Primates Description Experience: Students participate in outdoor rounds (health surveillance of NHP large colonies), which include physical exams, diagnostic procedures (TB tests), abdominal ultrasounds, administration of medications, etc. Students participate in hospital triage, working with veterinarians and veterinary technicians clinical/surgical cases arriving to hospital areas. Students particpate in necropsy procedures, laboratory procedures (fecal exams, blood works, etc) They also learn about some procedures associated with research (i.e. bone marrow aspirates, CSF taps, sample collections, etc)

The Scripps Research Institute - X-ray Crystallography Core Facility

130 Scripps Way Jupiter, Florida, 33458 United StatesMission of the core is to provide investigators state-of-the-art equipment and resources for crystallographic analysis of their target macromolecules and small inorganic or organic molecules. The core facility offers and operates as a full service core by performing crystallization, X-ray diffraction data collection (both in-house and synchrotron sources) processing, phasing, crystallographic refinement, model building, and visualization. The structural data obtained by the core will provide scientists with a wealth of information including but not limited to biological functions, 3D-folding, ligand binding (small molecule or protein), or mutational effect of target macromolecules.

University of Florida ICBR Sanger Sequencing Core

2033 Mowry Road University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32610The Sanger Sequencing core provides capillary-based automated DNA sequencing. One-lane sequencing processes, which use four-dye fluorescent labeling methods and a real-time scanning detector, are used. The sequencers automatically perform the electrophoresis, call the bases, and archive the data. Customers are alerted when sample runs are complete and data are available for download. Sanger Sequencing also offers human cell line authentication services. Many journals now require cell line authentication for publications. Confirm your cells’ identity and purity with this fast service.

University of Florida ICBR Sanger Sequencing Core

2033 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL, 32610 United StatesThe Sanger Sequencing core provides capillary-based automated DNA sequencing. One-lane sequencing processes, which use four-dye fluorescent labeling methods and a real-time scanning detector, are used. The sequencers automatically perform the electrophoresis, call the bases, and archive the data. Customers are alerted when sample runs are complete and data are available for download. Sanger Sequencing also offers human cell line authentication services. Many journals now require cell line authentication for publications. Confirm your cells’ identity and purity with this fast service.

University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

P.O. Box 110180 Gainesville, FL 32611-0180The University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) is a federal-state-county partnership dedicated to developing knowledge in agriculture, human and natural resources, and the life sciences, and enhancing and sustaining the quality of human life by making that information accessible. About IFAS - 1 While extending into every community of the state, UF/IFAS has developed an international reputation for its accomplishments in teaching, research and Extension. Because of this mission and the diversity of Florida’s climate and agricultural commodities, IFAS has facilities located throughout Florida. IFAS provides research and development for Florida’s agricultural, natural resources and related food industries, which made value-added contributions of $123.2 billion to the gross domestic product of the state economy in 2013.

University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

Gainesville, FL, 32611 United StatesThe University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) is a federal-state-county partnership dedicated to developing knowledge in agriculture, human and natural resources, and the life sciences, and enhancing and sustaining the quality of human life by making that information accessible. About IFAS - 1 While extending into every community of the state, UF/IFAS has developed an international reputation for its accomplishments in teaching, research and Extension. Because of this mission and the diversity of Florida’s climate and agricultural commodities, IFAS has facilities located throughout Florida. IFAS provides research and development for Florida’s agricultural, natural resources and related food industries, which made value-added contributions of $123.2 billion to the gross domestic product of the state economy in 2013.

University of Florida MBI Cell & Tissue Analysis Core

1149 Newell Drive Bldg 59, Rm LG-164 Gainesville, FL 32611The MBI Cell & Tissue Analysis Core (CTAC) has been established to provide a centralized imaging and analysis resource for the UF/MBI research community. The CTAC maintains high-end instrumentation as well as standard microscopy systems for the acquisition and analysis of bright field, ultrasonic, intravital, fluorescent, and bioluminescent data from both in vitro and in vivo experimental models. The Histology Self-Serve Lab houses several Histology instruments for hands-on access, as well as the ability to process and paraffin-infiltrate your "fixed" tissues.

University of North Florida

1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL , 32224 United StatesThank you for your interest in the University of North Florida. Whether you are a parent, a potential student, a donor or a member of the community, UNF is a place full of wonderful people and opportunities. I invite you to explore our web site to see how UNF can become a part of your learning experience. UNF is a relatively young university - established in 1972 - and it is growing rapidly in size and stature. The University has expanded from a handful of buildings at the end of a dirt road to a thriving campus with six colleges in a bustling section of Jacksonville. Yet UNF retains its small campus feel, helped by its location amid beautiful lakes and nature trails situated on 1,381 acres. The campus also is midway between downtown Jacksonville and the Atlantic Ocean, which adds to the appeal of its location. UNF is now showing up in nearly every national college ranking, putting the University at the top of some very impressive lists. UNF even received the prestigious Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement. And while the national recognition is an important benchmark of our quality and value, it is the small class sizes and individualized attention that have become hallmarks of a UNF education. The University of North Florida is also known for providing students with Transformational Learning Opportunities, or TLOs as they are known on campus. Each of our 16,500 students has a chance to take part in a life-changing experience – conducting research with faculty, taking part in community-based learning or studying abroad, which UNF students do at twice the national average. Flagship programs at UNF are also gaining national attention. These six programs show the ability to be the best in the nation. While UNF already has experienced some remarkable developments, the best is yet to come.

University of Florida - Clinical and Translational Science Institute

2004 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL, 32610 United StatesThe CTSI Research Ethics Consult Service provides investigators and other research personnel with expert consultation on ethical issues in the design and conduct of biomedical research

UF CTSI

University of Florida PO Box 100219 Gainesville FL 32610-0219 USAUF CTSI provides translation of scientific discoveries into practical applications for the diagnosis, treatment and cure of human diseases.

UF CTSI

Gainesville, FL United StatesUF CTSI provides translation of scientific discoveries into practical applications for the diagnosis, treatment and cure of human diseases.

University of Florida MBI Cognitive Neuroscience Lab

1149 Newell Drive Bldg 59, Rm LG-164 Gainesville, FL 32611The Cognitive Neuroscience / Clinical Neuropsychology Laboratory is a multidisciplinary laboratory located at the McKnight Brain Institute of the University of Florida Health Science Center. Our Laboratory is closely affiliated with the Departments of Clinical & Health Psychology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Psychiatry, Neuroscience, and Anesthesiology in the Colleges of Medicine and Health Professions.

University of Florida CoALS IFAS Analytical Services Laboratories (ANSERV Labs)

2390 Mowry Road Wallace Building #631 P.O. Box 110740 Gainesville, FL 32611-0740Welcome to the University of Florida, IFAS Analytical Services Laboratories (ANSERV Labs)! These labs have been in operation, under slightly different names, for over 50 years. Since 2008, the ANSERV Labs have been reorganized to accomplish specific research and cooperative extension service missions through two sections in each area- Analytical Research (ARL) and NELAC Certified Environmental Water Quality (EWQL) Labs for all researchers and students and Extension Soil Testing (ESTL) and Livestock Waste Testing Labs (LWTL) for all citizens and agencies of Florida. The ESTL services can also be accessed through local county extension offices, where guidance on sample collection, appropriate test(s) selection and implementation of recommendations is available. Sample bags and mailing boxes are available at the county offices, free of charge. Samples received at the ESTL are run daily, thus ensuring the results within 1-3 days from the date of submission of samples. The LWTL has a typical turn-around time of 10 days from the sample submission time. The results are emailed to both the client and the county extension office.

University of Florida: Molecular Pathology Core (MPC)

Molecular Pathology Core Box 100275, Room D11-41 Dept. of Pathology, Immunology and Lab. Medicine University of Florida 1600 SW Archer Rd Gainesville, FL 32610-0275We provide high quality, reliable, and efficient histology and immunolocalization services, consultations, technical support, and training, and maintain self-service equipment for our users

University of Florida: Molecular Pathology Core (MPC)

Box 100275, Room D11-41 Gainsville, FL, 32611 United StatesWe provide high quality, reliable, and efficient histology and immunolocalization services, consultations, technical support, and training, and maintain self-service equipment for our users

University of Miami Brain Endowment Bank

1951 NW 7th Avenue Suite 240 Miami, FL 33136The University of Miami’s Brain Endowment Bank™ is a National Institutes of Health (NIH) NeuroBioBank, one of six designated brain and tissue biorepositories in the nation. The Brain Endowment Bank encourages brain donation to support medical and scientific researchers, who study the human brain in search of better medications and treatments, and ultimately a cure for brain diseases and disorders.

University of Miami Brain Endowment Bank

1951 Nw 7th Avenue # 240 Miami, FL, 33136 United StatesThe University of Miami’s Brain Endowment Bank™ is a National Institutes of Health (NIH) NeuroBioBank, one of six designated brain and tissue biorepositories in the nation. The Brain Endowment Bank encourages brain donation to support medical and scientific researchers, who study the human brain in search of better medications and treatments, and ultimately a cure for brain diseases and disorders.

University of Florida CoVM CEHT Toxicology Core Laboratory

Box 110885 Building 471, Mowry Road Gainesville, FL 32611The aquatic toxicology facility (ATF) is a 1,700sq-foot multi-purpose laboratory designed to hold and maintain aquatic organisms for biological studies. Located within the Center for Environmental and Human Toxicology compound, the facility is primarily setup to perform toxicological studies using fish as animal models, it is also capable of housing a wide range of aquatic species for a variety of purposes. Together the facility contains approximately 40 tanks consisting of more than 4,400 gallons of fresh water and thus comprises the largest such facility on the University of Florida’s main campus. The facility is designed for flexibility allowing a wide range of experiments to be performed simultaneously. Presently, 500 square feet has been allocated for short term holding of animals. This area is isolated from the rest of the facility in order to minimize possible contamination. The dosing areas contain our research tanks and are organized into systems or groups of tanks for recirculation or flowthrough operation. Multiple or individual tanks may be run through effluent filters to remove toxicants or chemicals used during experiments. Alternative space is also available to setup any additional facilities or special environmental controls to fit investigator’s needs. In addition, the ATF provides services to aid investigators and help ensure successful experiments. These include water quality testing kit, access to compound and dissecting microscope, conventional refrigerator and freezer space for food and specimen storage along with basic tools and a shop area for fabrication. ATF staff is also available to lend assistance with culture procedures, disease diagnosis and treatements, fish location, transport and handling, and routine aspects of experiments such as feeding.

University of Florida CoVM EPI Aquatic Pathology Laboratory

471 Mowry Road Gainesville, Florida 32611The Aquatic Pathobiology Laboratory is a unique, state of the art research and teaching facility at the University of Florida supported by the Emerging Pathogens Institute, the College of Public Health and Health Professions, the College of Veterinary Medicine, and IFAS, the Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences. Under the direction Dr. Andrew Kane, the laboratory serves as a shared resource for faculty and students with focus in the areas of aquatic toxicology, aquatic pathology, and ecological studies that examine the relationships between aquatic animal health, human health, and environmental stress. Areas for collaborative research include cell injury, carcinogenesis, endocrine disruption, environmental and comparative pathology, molecular biology, immunology, behavioral toxicology, and fisheries and aquaculture sciences. The laboratory programatically partners with the Center for Environmental and Human Toxicology and the University-wide Aquatic Animal Health Program to support multidisciplinary collaborations throughout the UF community.

University of Florida CoVM EPI Aquatic Pathology Laboratory

Mowry Road Gainesville, FL United StatesThe Aquatic Pathobiology Laboratory is a unique, state of the art research and teaching facility at the University of Florida supported by the Emerging Pathogens Institute, the College of Public Health and Health Professions, the College of Veterinary Medicine, and IFAS, the Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences. Under the direction Dr. Andrew Kane, the laboratory serves as a shared resource for faculty and students with focus in the areas of aquatic toxicology, aquatic pathology, and ecological studies that examine the relationships between aquatic animal health, human health, and environmental stress. Areas for collaborative research include cell injury, carcinogenesis, endocrine disruption, environmental and comparative pathology, molecular biology, immunology, behavioral toxicology, and fisheries and aquaculture sciences. The laboratory programatically partners with the Center for Environmental and Human Toxicology and the University-wide Aquatic Animal Health Program to support multidisciplinary collaborations throughout the UF community.

University of Central Florida

4000 Central Florida Blvd. Orlando, FL, 32816 United StatesThe University of Central Florida is an emerging preeminent research institution and America’s Partnership University. Our 13 colleges provide education and opportunities to more than 63,000 students from all 50 states and more than 150 countries. Located in Orlando, Florida, UCF is one of the largest universities in the country with 212 degree programs from which to choose. UCF is ranked as a best-value university by The Princeton Review and Kiplinger’s, and one of the nation’s most affordable colleges by Forbes.

University of Miami - Biostatistics Collaboration and Consulting Core

1120 Northwest 14th Street Miami, FL, 33136 United States

University of South Florida Comparative Medicine

12901 Bruce B. Downs Blvd., MDC0020 Tampa, FL, 33612 United StatesOver the past 10 years, USF has transitioned into a major research institution. Today, USF is one of only 40 public research universities nationwide with very high research activity that is designated as community engaged by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Researchers at the university are advancing the frontiers of medicine, science, engineering and the arts. The university is a leader in the treatment of brain disease, veterans reintegration, sustainability, infectious disease and photovoltaic technologies — using cells to transfer energy from sunlight. The USF Pediatric Epidemiology Center, the data and technology coordinating hub for nearly every major Type 1 diabetes clinical trial worldwide, has become the epicenter for global juvenile diabetes research. In the 2011-2012 fiscal year, USF broke the $400 million mark for research awards, earning more than $411 million in total awards and contracts. The university ranks tenth worldwide among universities granted U.S. utility patents and is ranked among the top 50 universities in the nation, public or private, for research expenditures. Undergraduates at the university are encouraged to take advantage of a wide range of research opportunities. The Office for Undergraduate Research provides support to students engaged in undergraduate research and teaches students about the expectations and privileges associated with undergraduate research. Graduate students have the opportunity to work alongside internationally renowned faculty and researchers in a variety of settings. Together they work to create solutions to society's most pressing problems. The USF Research Park, located on the Tampa campus, links researchers to businesses in need of research partnerships. The park is home to a network of innovation-based companies, research, government resources and business development tools. At USF, research is a creative and ongoing collaboration between faculty and student researchers, administrative staff, business and academic partners, and the community. The result is an ever-stronger national research university that opens minds, creates knowledge, brings innovation into the marketplace and changes lives.

University of Florida: Gene Expression Core

University of Florida: ICBR 2033 Mowry Road University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32610The mission of the Genomics division is to provide life scientists affiliated with the University of Florida as well as other academic and commercial entities, with services and expertise using the most current instrumentation for specialized genetic data acquisition at a reasonable cost.

University of Florida ICBR Gene Expression & Genotyping Core

2033 Mowry Road University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32610Gene Expression The Gene Expression service provides state-of-the-art technical services and consultation on Affymetrix and Agilent gene expression arrays and miRNA arrays, RNA-seq libraries (low and high-throughput using the Agilent Bravo robot), sequence capture libraries, and up-to-date gene expression analysis methods, allowing scientists to be on the cutting edge of research. Quantitative PCR Quantitative PCR services are also provided by the Gene Expression & Genotyping core. Instruments include those which support SYBR® or TaqMan™ reagents allowing absolute, relative, relative standard or comparative Ct quantification. Applications may include quantitative gene expression analysis, pathogen detection/quantification, allelic discrimination (SNP detection). Self-service training and instrumentation are also available. Resources Service Request Forms List of Services and Fees Self Service Information Gene Expression & Genotyping Instrument Gallery Staff FAQs Contact Us The DIGITAL PCR DROP-OFF SERVICE allows customer to do absolute quantification, rare allele detection, quantification using TaqMan SNP array and CNV (Copy Number Variation) in a more sensitive, specific, and precise way. Genotyping The Genotyping service provides a variety of genotyping services including fragment analysis using the Advance FS96 and AB3730 (96 capillary technology), development of microsatellite libraries using Illumina MiSeq sequence data, Illumina SNP and gene expression data, and genotyping using mouse tails or ear punches.

University of Florida ICBR Gene Expression & Genotyping Core

2033 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL, 32610 United StatesGene Expression The Gene Expression service provides state-of-the-art technical services and consultation on Affymetrix and Agilent gene expression arrays and miRNA arrays, RNA-seq libraries (low and high-throughput using the Agilent Bravo robot), sequence capture libraries, and up-to-date gene expression analysis methods, allowing scientists to be on the cutting edge of research. Quantitative PCR Quantitative PCR services are also provided by the Gene Expression & Genotyping core. Instruments include those which support SYBR® or TaqMan™ reagents allowing absolute, relative, relative standard or comparative Ct quantification. Applications may include quantitative gene expression analysis, pathogen detection/quantification, allelic discrimination (SNP detection). Self-service training and instrumentation are also available. Resources Service Request Forms List of Services and Fees Self Service Information Gene Expression & Genotyping Instrument Gallery Staff FAQs Contact Us The DIGITAL PCR DROP-OFF SERVICE allows customer to do absolute quantification, rare allele detection, quantification using TaqMan SNP array and CNV (Copy Number Variation) in a more sensitive, specific, and precise way. Genotyping The Genotyping service provides a variety of genotyping services including fragment analysis using the Advance FS96 and AB3730 (96 capillary technology), development of microsatellite libraries using Illumina MiSeq sequence data, Illumina SNP and gene expression data, and genotyping using mouse tails or ear punches.

University of Florida ICBR Monoclonal Antibody Core

2033 Mowry Road University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32610The Monoclonal Antibody core develops new mouse monoclonal antibodies for investigators to use in basic and applied research. Major service categories include: immunization of mice, cell fusion, cell cloning, screening by ELISA and Western blot, monoclonal antibody production, purification, and labeling, monoclonal antibody analyses such as antibody/antigen affinity measurements, epitope binning, and identification of matched antibody pairs. Customer training on select self service instruments is also offered.

University of Florida ICBR Monoclonal Antibody Core

2033 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL, 32610 United StatesThe Monoclonal Antibody core develops new mouse monoclonal antibodies for investigators to use in basic and applied research. Major service categories include: immunization of mice, cell fusion, cell cloning, screening by ELISA and Western blot, monoclonal antibody production, purification, and labeling, monoclonal antibody analyses such as antibody/antigen affinity measurements, epitope binning, and identification of matched antibody pairs. Customer training on select self service instruments is also offered.

University of Florida CTSI SECIM Mass Spectrometry Services

2004 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL 32610Core 1 provides high-throughput global and targeted metabolomic and lipidomic analysis. For further details on prices and to request services, CLICK HERE. Global metabolomics and/or lipidomics is performed using state-of-the-art high resolution mass spectrometry (Thermo Q-Exactive) coupled with ultra-high performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) on serum, plasma, urine, tissue, cells, stool and other samples. Targeted metabolomics offerings include: Acylcarnitines Amino acids Organic acids Malonyl CoA and Acetyl CoA Pyridine Nucleotides (NMN, NAD, NADH, NADP, NADPH) Tryptophan Metabolites 1-Carbon metabolites These are performed for a variety of matrices including cellular extracts, plasma or tissue using mass spectrometry. New assays will be developed based on: Demand and/or interest in other metabolite subsets and Follow-up method development to validate putative metabolites identified by prior global metabolomics pursuits. The targeted metabolomics employs MS with selected reaction monitoring (SRM) using either a direct infusion approach or after chromatographic separation (UHPLC or GC). Biomarker identification is performed with accurate mass and fine mass resolution, tandem MS (MS/MS) provided by Core 3 and existing metabolomic databases (Metlin, ChemSpider, pubChem). Through constant collaboration, SECIM continues to grow the library of known metabolites. Special emphasis in Core 1 is placed on developing SOPs for proper collection/storage of specimens and sample processing prior to MS and NMR. However, interaction with Core 3 provides a mechanism to improve the overall global metabolomics platform as new technologies are developed. An example of this is Isotopic Ratio Outlier Analysis (IROA), a collaborating technology offered through SECIM services.

University of Florida CTSI SECIM Mass Spectrometry Services

2004 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL, 32603 United StatesCore 1 provides high-throughput global and targeted metabolomic and lipidomic analysis. For further details on prices and to request services, CLICK HERE. Global metabolomics and/or lipidomics is performed using state-of-the-art high resolution mass spectrometry (Thermo Q-Exactive) coupled with ultra-high performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) on serum, plasma, urine, tissue, cells, stool and other samples. Targeted metabolomics offerings include: Acylcarnitines Amino acids Organic acids Malonyl CoA and Acetyl CoA Pyridine Nucleotides (NMN, NAD, NADH, NADP, NADPH) Tryptophan Metabolites 1-Carbon metabolites These are performed for a variety of matrices including cellular extracts, plasma or tissue using mass spectrometry. New assays will be developed based on: Demand and/or interest in other metabolite subsets and Follow-up method development to validate putative metabolites identified by prior global metabolomics pursuits. The targeted metabolomics employs MS with selected reaction monitoring (SRM) using either a direct infusion approach or after chromatographic separation (UHPLC or GC). Biomarker identification is performed with accurate mass and fine mass resolution, tandem MS (MS/MS) provided by Core 3 and existing metabolomic databases (Metlin, ChemSpider, pubChem). Through constant collaboration, SECIM continues to grow the library of known metabolites. Special emphasis in Core 1 is placed on developing SOPs for proper collection/storage of specimens and sample processing prior to MS and NMR. However, interaction with Core 3 provides a mechanism to improve the overall global metabolomics platform as new technologies are developed. An example of this is Isotopic Ratio Outlier Analysis (IROA), a collaborating technology offered through SECIM services.

University of Florida CoM Powell Gene Therapy Center

Gainesville, FL 32611The primary mission of the Gene Therapy Center at the University of Florida is to merge molecular genetics research and health care delivery by developing new therapeutic strategies for the treatment of human diseases that involve gene transfer. The idea of gene therapy is a logical and natural progression of the last 20 years of research in medical genetics and molecular biology. With the advent of recombinant DNA technology, as well as advances in immunology and structural biology, there has been an explosion of information about human genes and their functions. As a result of the National Genome Project it is expected that all human genes and DNA will be identified and sequenced within the next decade. As this information has accumulated it has become clear that virtually every disease has a genetic component. Thus if the right gene is delivered to the right location in the body at the right time, there is a potential for significant improvements in the management and correction of human diseases. Because essentially similar strategies can be applied to an extremely broad range of human diseases, the potential of gene therapy is considered to be extraordinary. The diseases that might benefit from gene therapy include hereditary diseases such as cystic fibrosis or hemophilia, somatic genetic defects such as cancer, inflammatory diseases such as sepsis, and chronic diseases that have a genetic or viral component, for example, heart disease and hepatitis. In the words of the recent NIH report on gene therapy to the Director of the NIH, “integrating efficacious and workable gene therapy procedures into the health care system would signal a major development in medicine, comparable to past milestones, such as the introduction of aseptic techniques, antibiotics, vaccines, and tissue transplantation”.

University of Florida CoM Powell Gene Therapy Center

Gainesville, FL, 32611 United StatesThe primary mission of the Gene Therapy Center at the University of Florida is to merge molecular genetics research and health care delivery by developing new therapeutic strategies for the treatment of human diseases that involve gene transfer. The idea of gene therapy is a logical and natural progression of the last 20 years of research in medical genetics and molecular biology. With the advent of recombinant DNA technology, as well as advances in immunology and structural biology, there has been an explosion of information about human genes and their functions. As a result of the National Genome Project it is expected that all human genes and DNA will be identified and sequenced within the next decade. As this information has accumulated it has become clear that virtually every disease has a genetic component. Thus if the right gene is delivered to the right location in the body at the right time, there is a potential for significant improvements in the management and correction of human diseases. Because essentially similar strategies can be applied to an extremely broad range of human diseases, the potential of gene therapy is considered to be extraordinary. The diseases that might benefit from gene therapy include hereditary diseases such as cystic fibrosis or hemophilia, somatic genetic defects such as cancer, inflammatory diseases such as sepsis, and chronic diseases that have a genetic or viral component, for example, heart disease and hepatitis. In the words of the recent NIH report on gene therapy to the Director of the NIH, “integrating efficacious and workable gene therapy procedures into the health care system would signal a major development in medicine, comparable to past milestones, such as the introduction of aseptic techniques, antibiotics, vaccines, and tissue transplantation”.

University of Florida CoVM CEHT Analytical Toxicology Core Laboratory

Box 110885 Building 471, Mowry Road Gainesville, FL 32611The Analytical Toxicology Core Laboratory at the University of Florida provides comprehensive analytical support to on-campus and off-campus researchers requiring qualitative and/or quantitative chemical analysis to meet study objectives. Equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation and staffed with personnel experienced in handling complex biological tissues, the ATCL is an available resource for method development, as well as for routine analyses which include a wide range of environmental contaminants, drugs, and other toxins from a variety of environmental and biological matrices: OCP, OPP, PAH, PCB, VOC, MIB, geosmin, metals, legal and illicit drugs, fatty acids, estrogenic and androgenic species, among others, from soil, water, animal and human tissues and fluids. With the primary mission of supporting basic and applied research, the skills, knowledge, and experience of the scientific staff is available to assist investigators in the proposal phase of new research to ensure competitive grant application. Early phase assistance frequently includes the generation of sample collection and preservation protocols, the development and/or description of methodology to meet stated objectives, customization of quality assurance protocols, and the production of preliminary data. In addition to supporting research in the fields of human, environmental and forensic toxicology, the ATCL performs analysis in support of the pharmaceutical industry and offers analytical method development, validation, and the preparation of data for IND applications and for court testimony, as required by individual projects. Located within the Center for Environmental and Human Toxicology, under the direction of Dr. Stephen Roberts, the ATCL is a non-profit service activity of the University of Florida.

University of Florida - Department of Chemistry Mass Spectrometry Research and Education Center (MSREC)

1680 Union Rd 126 Sisler Hall Gainesville, FL, 32611 United StatesWelcome to the University of Florida Department of Chemistry Mass Spectrometry Research and Education Center. Our goal is to provide a valuable resource to complex research needs through access to a wide variety of mass spectrometry instruments, bioinformatic tools and highly trained staff. We offer both routine services and advanced research based projects.

University of Florida - Department of Chemistry Mass Spectrometry Research and Education Center (MSREC)

PO Box 117200 Gainesville, FL, 32611 United StatesWelcome to the University of Florida Department of Chemistry Mass Spectrometry Research and Education Center. Our goal is to provide a valuable resource to complex research needs through access to a wide variety of mass spectrometry instruments, bioinformatic tools and highly trained staff. We offer both routine services and advanced research based projects.

University of Florida CTSI SECIM Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

2004 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL 32610Core 2 provides a range of services for SECIM users. For further details on prices and to request services, CLICK HERE. NMR Services include: Global metabolomics using standard 1D and 2D 1H detection for solutions (serum, urine, extracts, cultures, etc.). These utilize conventional 5-mm NMR tubes with sample volumes approximately 600 μL and a 600 MHz 5-mm cryogenic probe. Tissue metabolomics using high resolution magic angle spinning (HR-MAS). This utilizes a 4-mm Bruker HR-MAS probe operating at 600 MHz. HR-MAS provides high resolution data without extraction, thus providing a link between in vitro and in vivo measurements.

University of Florida CTSI SECIM Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

2004 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL, 32603 United StatesCore 2 provides a range of services for SECIM users. For further details on prices and to request services, CLICK HERE. NMR Services include: Global metabolomics using standard 1D and 2D 1H detection for solutions (serum, urine, extracts, cultures, etc.). These utilize conventional 5-mm NMR tubes with sample volumes approximately 600 μL and a 600 MHz 5-mm cryogenic probe. Tissue metabolomics using high resolution magic angle spinning (HR-MAS). This utilizes a 4-mm Bruker HR-MAS probe operating at 600 MHz. HR-MAS provides high resolution data without extraction, thus providing a link between in vitro and in vivo measurements.

University of Florida MBI Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy Facility

1149 South Newell Drive, PO Box 100015, Gainesville, FL 32611AMRIS is a state-of-the-art NMR facility for high-resolution solution NMR, solid-state NMR, microimaging, animal imaging, and human imaging. There are currently eight spectrometer systems, including a 750 MHz wide bore, an 11 T/40 cm bore horizontal animal imaging magnet, and a 3T human system. All of our systems are available to University of Florida and external academic and industrial scientists. AMRIS is a facility in the McKnight Brain Institute of the University of Florida and was developed, in part, through a grant from the Department of Defense. An External Users Program in AMRIS is supported by the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory through funds from the National Science Foundation.

University of Florida MBI Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy Facility

1149 Newell Drive Gainesville, FL, 32610 United StatesAMRIS is a state-of-the-art NMR facility for high-resolution solution NMR, solid-state NMR, microimaging, animal imaging, and human imaging. There are currently eight spectrometer systems, including a 750 MHz wide bore, an 11 T/40 cm bore horizontal animal imaging magnet, and a 3T human system. All of our systems are available to University of Florida and external academic and industrial scientists. AMRIS is a facility in the McKnight Brain Institute of the University of Florida and was developed, in part, through a grant from the Department of Defense. An External Users Program in AMRIS is supported by the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory through funds from the National Science Foundation.

University of Florida: Electron Microscopy Core Facility

Electron Microscopy Core Facility Division of Nephrology, Hypertension, and Renal Transplantation P.O. Box 100224 HSC Gainesville, FL 32610-0224Our mission is to provide investigators with access to instruments necessary in the area of Electron and Light Microscopy.

USA Scientific, Inc.

346 SW 57th Avenue Ocala, FL , 34474 United StatesUSA Scientific manufactures and distributes high quality laboratory plastics, equipment, and accessories. We serve life science and other research communities involved in basic research, drug discovery, development, diagnostics, food science, forensics, and other areas of laboratory science. USA Scientific has been a trusted laboratory partner since 1982. Our nationwide sales force has extensive product knowledge, and our in-house customer support team is committed to fast and friendly service. Three US distribution centers assure rapid, on-time delivery. Our products include: TipOne® universal, filter, and low retention pipette tips; ErgoOne® pipettes; CytoOne® cell culture ware and FBS; standard and real-time PCR tubes, plates, and film; centrifuge, culture, and other tubes; bar-coded tubes and sealing options; assay plates and sealing film; freezer racks; storage boxes and labels; gloves; centrifuges and bench top equipment; laboratory organizers; and many other items. We are also a distributor for Eppendorf, Greiner Bio-One, Micronic, BioMicroLab, Diversified Biotech, Scientific Industries, and other fine laboratory suppliers.

University of Florida CTSI SECIM Bioinformatics

2004 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL 32610Bioinformatics provide the infrastructure and automation that enables SECIM to process thousands of samples from independent investigators. The operations of Core 4: Bioinformatics are depicted above. The process is as follows: Investigator samples are stored in the CTSI biorepository. De-identified samples are provided to the SECIM laboratory cores. Data from the cores undergoes rigorous QC/QA. Biostatistical analysis is facilitated by the creation of a portal which takes the most common analytical methods and generates standard reports with a single web interface. Data are reformatted automatically based upon the invocation of a particular analysis tool. New methods are added based upon project need.

University of Florida CTSI SECIM Bioinformatics

2004 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL, 32603 United StatesBioinformatics provide the infrastructure and automation that enables SECIM to process thousands of samples from independent investigators. The operations of Core 4: Bioinformatics are depicted above. The process is as follows: Investigator samples are stored in the CTSI biorepository. De-identified samples are provided to the SECIM laboratory cores. Data from the cores undergoes rigorous QC/QA. Biostatistical analysis is facilitated by the creation of a portal which takes the most common analytical methods and generates standard reports with a single web interface. Data are reformatted automatically based upon the invocation of a particular analysis tool. New methods are added based upon project need.

University of Florida ICBR Electron Microscopy Core

2033 Mowry Road University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32610The Electron Microscopy core supports researchers in visualizing structures of microscopic samples by carrying out imaging projects and user training to facilitate solving research questions and promote acquisition of grants. Major service categories include: transmission and scanning electron microscopy confocal laser scanning and epiflourescence microscopy preparation of samples for microscopic analyses training users to operate microscopes and ancillary equipment

University of Florida ICBR Electron Microscopy Core

2033 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL, 32610 United StatesThe Electron Microscopy core supports researchers in visualizing structures of microscopic samples by carrying out imaging projects and user training to facilitate solving research questions and promote acquisition of grants. Major service categories include: transmission and scanning electron microscopy confocal laser scanning and epiflourescence microscopy preparation of samples for microscopic analyses training users to operate microscopes and ancillary equipment

University of Florida CTSI Genotyping Core

3rd Floor, North Wing, CTSI Building 2004 Mowry Road UF Gainesville, FL 32610At the CTSI Genotyping Core, we provide consultation and guidance to the researchers who need assistance in designing and performing genetics and pharmacogenetics studies, and provide genotype data for their research projects. Services are offered as fee for service (and in some circumstances, through collaboration) to many researchers working on human, plant, small and large animal genetics. Two units comprise the CTSI Genotyping Core, the Center for Pharmacogenomics Genotyping Laboratory, and the Molecular Services Core of the ICBR. The Center for Pharmacogenomics Genotyping Laboratory provides sample handling and processing services, along with individualized single-plex through 384-plex genotyping assays. The ICBR provides sequencing and large-scale (e.g. genome-wide) genotyping services. Services include; receiving and processing of different types of samples used for DNA and RNA isolation (eg. Blood, different human, animal, and plant tissues, mouthwash, saliva), Whole Genome Amplification of DNA, DNA quantitation by spectrophotometer; DNA quantitation by PicoGreen, PCR and RT-PCR reactions, measuring telomere length and telomerase activity, mutation discovery, genotyping by conventional RFLP method and low to high-throughput genotyping techniques using the platforms that are available at the UF Center for Pharmacogenomics such as; Pyrosequencing, TaqMan, and Illumina Veracode BeadXpress. Next Generation Sequencing and genotyping groups at ICBR offers cutting-edge DNA sequencing services on the Roche 454 Genome Sequencer (GS) FLXTM Standard, FLX TitaniumTM and Applied Biosystems (ABI) SOLiDTM instruments and genotyping services such as, Whole genome SNP genotyping , Copy number/Loss of heterozygosity genotyping, standard panels (cancer SNP, non-synonymous human, MHC), Human and mouse linkage analysis panels, GoldenGate custom panels, iSelect custom panels on Illumina BeadStation 500G Genotyping System.

University of Florida HSC Animal Care Services

Gainesville, FL 32611It is the mission of Animal Care Services to provide a humane and high quality animal care and use program to facilitate research and teaching at the University of Florida. Proper care and use, with emphasis on the avoidance or minimization of discomfort, distress and pain, are essentials in our mission. 

Our goal is to offer high quality service, expertise and guidance in all matters related to the care and use of animals.

University of Florida HSC Animal Care Services

Gainesville, FL, 32611 United StatesIt is the mission of Animal Care Services to provide a humane and high quality animal care and use program to facilitate research and teaching at the University of Florida. Proper care and use, with emphasis on the avoidance or minimization of discomfort, distress and pain, are essentials in our mission. 

Our goal is to offer high quality service, expertise and guidance in all matters related to the care and use of animals.

University of Florida CTSI Biobehavioral Core

3rd Floor, North Wing, CTSI Building 2004 Mowry Road UF Gainesville, FL 32610The Biobehavioral Core facilitates translational research by: providing research personnel trained to administer a core set of behavioral assessments; coordinating access to biobehavioral research resources across collaborating colleges; providing/ facilitating training for the administration of core assessments; serving as a training site for pre- and postdoctoral trainees in the behavioral sciences; and providing consultation regarding potential assessment tools for both animal and human work. Identifying potential avenues for biobehavioral integration is a key role of the core. The core director and staff work with investigators to identify areas of potential integration. If you are writing a grant, we are happy to meet with you to discuss options for integrating biobehavioral measurements into your protocol.

University of Florida CTSI Human Imaging Core

3rd Floor, North Wing, CTSI Building 2004 Mowry Road UF Gainesville, FL 32610The University of Florida CTSI Human Imaging Core provides infrastructure and support to facilitate research and educational activities using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technology, with particular emphasis on translational MRI research in human. The Core is located on the ground floor of McKnight Brain Institute (MBI), Rooms LG109 – LG114. The centerpiece of the Core is a state-of-the-art 3.0 Tesla, 32-channel Philips whole-body human MRI scanner dedicated to research. The scanner is equipped with a series of coils for imaging human organ systems, including a 32-channel head coil for neuroimaging applications with significant gains in signal-to-noise ratio and acquisition speed. An ESys® system by Invivo (Invivo Corporation, Gainesville, Florida) is available for presenting video and audio signals including functional MRI task paradigms to the subjects during scanning. The Core is a resource, on a fee-for-service basis, open to UF Health researchers, as well as researchers from outside UF through collaborations with UF Health researchers including those in the Core. In conjunction with two higher magnetic field magnets (4.7T and 11T) for imaging animals and/or tissue samples in the Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy (AMRIS) Facility which is housed on the same floor in the MBI and is the biological arm of the NSF-funded National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, the CTSI Human Imaging Core is a state-of-the-art facility for cutting-edge translational MRI research in human health and diseases. MRI scanning MRI scanning The CTSI Human Imaging Core capabilities include: Structural and functional MRI Methods and protocols for MRI data acquisition Image quality assurance and quality control Image acquisition and transfer support Image archive, review, and access Teaching investigators data acquisition and analysis techniques Assisting researchers in designing experimental protocols Development of advanced MR imaging and spectroscopy methodology

UFHealth - Pathology Laboratories

4800 Southwest 35 Drive Gainesville, FL, 32608 United States

University of Florida CTSI SECIM Advanced MAss Spectrometry

2004 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL 32610Core 3 provides a range of services for SECIM users focused on unknown metabolite identification, metabolomics methodology development and imaging mass spectrometry. Integration of imaging mass spectrometry with global metabolomics, including MALDI/tandem mass spectrometric imaging of small molecules and correlation with MALDI/MS imaging of peptides and proteins Biomarker identification in conjunction with Core 1 with accurate mass and high-mass resolution MA and tandem MA (MS/MS), as well as by correlation with NMR chemical shifts in conjunction with Core 2 In addition, Core 3 is actively developing the following areas: Innovative isotopic methods for global metabolomics utilizing the IROA (isotope ratio outlier analysis) approach in conjunction with Chris Beecher at IROA Technologies. Innovations and improvements in global metabolomics through close interaction with Core 1, including new methodologies, technologies, instrumentation and software

University of Florida CTSI SECIM Advanced MAss Spectrometry

2004 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL, 32603 United StatesCore 3 provides a range of services for SECIM users focused on unknown metabolite identification, metabolomics methodology development and imaging mass spectrometry. Integration of imaging mass spectrometry with global metabolomics, including MALDI/tandem mass spectrometric imaging of small molecules and correlation with MALDI/MS imaging of peptides and proteins Biomarker identification in conjunction with Core 1 with accurate mass and high-mass resolution MA and tandem MA (MS/MS), as well as by correlation with NMR chemical shifts in conjunction with Core 2 In addition, Core 3 is actively developing the following areas: Innovative isotopic methods for global metabolomics utilizing the IROA (isotope ratio outlier analysis) approach in conjunction with Chris Beecher at IROA Technologies. Innovations and improvements in global metabolomics through close interaction with Core 1, including new methodologies, technologies, instrumentation and software

Univ. of Florida Department of Physical Therapy

Gainesville, FL United StatesUniversity of Florida Department of Physical Therapy focuses on research.

University of Florida ICBR NextGen Sequencing Core

2033 Mowry Road University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32610The NextGen DNA Sequencing core provides quality, massively parallel, high-throughput sequencing data using the most current instrumentation, such as PacBio, Ion Torrent (PGM) and Ion Proton, and Illumina NextSeq and MiSeq, covering a broad range of sequencing applications for biological research. Customers are encouraged to consult with core staff for the purpose of tailoring data acquisition to specific research questions.

University of Florida ICBR NextGen Sequencing Core

2033 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL, 32610 United StatesThe NextGen DNA Sequencing core provides quality, massively parallel, high-throughput sequencing data using the most current instrumentation, such as PacBio, Ion Torrent (PGM) and Ion Proton, and Illumina NextSeq and MiSeq, covering a broad range of sequencing applications for biological research. Customers are encouraged to consult with core staff for the purpose of tailoring data acquisition to specific research questions.

University of Florida CoM Electron Microscopy Core Facility

Room RB-167 1600 SW Archer Rd. Gainesville, FL 32610-0224Our mission is fourfold: 1) to provide investigators with access to instruments necessary for ultrastructural research; 2) to teach faculty, staff, and students methods in ultrastructural research; 3) to provide technical services; and 4) to consult with faculty, staff, and students on projects and advise them regarding possible approaches to their research questions involving ultrastructural research. The facility is part of the Department of Medicine, but we also provide access, assistance, and services to researchers in other UF colleges as well as researchers outside of UF.

University of Florida ICBR Proteomics & Mass Spectrometry Core

2033 Mowry Road University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32610The mission of the Proteomics & Mass Spectrometry core is to provide superb proteomics services to customers from University of Florida, the state, and the nation, and to train and educate faculty, staff and students in state-of-the-art proteomics and mass spectrometry technologies. Mass Spectrometry Mass Spectrometry provides a variety of services related to protein fractionation, qualitative and quantitative mass spectrometry analysis, de novo protein sequencing and protein database searching. Protein sequencing and identification are routine procedures in the core.The core has a suite of state-of-the-art mass spectrometers and software available for detailed characterization of proteins and peptides, including post-translational modification analysis and accurate molecular weight determination. To ensure success and maximize productivity, the Mass Spectrometry core offers education, consultation, data processing and reporting, and support of grant application. Protein Biomarkers Protein Biomarkers provides a variety of services related to biomarker discovery, such as protein abundance analysis using gel-based 2 -D Fluorescence Difference Gel Electrophoresis, protein separation using 1-D or regular 2-D gel electrophoresis and Western blotting; 2-D gel-based phosphor protein and glycoprotein profiling. The core also provides protein enrichment and abundant protein depletion from biological fluids and liquid phase preparative IEF to fractionate protein or peptide mixtures.

University of Florida ICBR Proteomics & Mass Spectrometry Core

2033 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL, 32610 United StatesThe mission of the Proteomics & Mass Spectrometry core is to provide superb proteomics services to customers from University of Florida, the state, and the nation, and to train and educate faculty, staff and students in state-of-the-art proteomics and mass spectrometry technologies. Mass Spectrometry Mass Spectrometry provides a variety of services related to protein fractionation, qualitative and quantitative mass spectrometry analysis, de novo protein sequencing and protein database searching. Protein sequencing and identification are routine procedures in the core.The core has a suite of state-of-the-art mass spectrometers and software available for detailed characterization of proteins and peptides, including post-translational modification analysis and accurate molecular weight determination. To ensure success and maximize productivity, the Mass Spectrometry core offers education, consultation, data processing and reporting, and support of grant application. Protein Biomarkers Protein Biomarkers provides a variety of services related to biomarker discovery, such as protein abundance analysis using gel-based 2 -D Fluorescence Difference Gel Electrophoresis, protein separation using 1-D or regular 2-D gel electrophoresis and Western blotting; 2-D gel-based phosphor protein and glycoprotein profiling. The core also provides protein enrichment and abundant protein depletion from biological fluids and liquid phase preparative IEF to fractionate protein or peptide mixtures.

University of Florida CTSI Clinical Research Center

3rd Floor, North Wing, Clinical and Translational Research Building 2004 Mowry Road (northeast corner of Mowry Road and Gale Lemerand Drive) University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32610The UF Clinical Research Center provides services in support of inpatient and outpatient research studies involving any disease area or age group, from neonates to older adults. The UF CRC’s highly trained research staff includes registered nurses, a medical technologist, a research dietitian, and bionutrition and administrative staff. A research subject advocate is available to help participants understand their rights and responsibilities.

University of Florida CTSI Clinical Research Center

3rd Floor, North Wing, Clinical and Translational Research Building 2004 Mowry Road (northeast corner of Mowry Road and Gale Lemerand Drive) Gainesville, FL, 32610 United StatesThe UF Clinical Research Center provides services in support of inpatient and outpatient research studies involving any disease area or age group, from neonates to older adults. The UF CRC’s highly trained research staff includes registered nurses, a medical technologist, a research dietitian, and bionutrition and administrative staff. A research subject advocate is available to help participants understand their rights and responsibilities.

University of Florida ICBR Cytometry Core

2033 Mowry Road University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32610The Cytometry core provides a variety of tools and expertise for cellular measurements. The laboratory incorporates numerous flow cytometers, from simple entry-level devices to high-end 5-laser, 16-parameter instruments to analyze or sort cells. In addition, the laboratory offers a laser scanning confocal microscope. The microscope is well equipped with a variety of excitation lines from near UV to red and can collect 3 to 4 emission colors (depending on dye combinations), with viable cell time lapse and extensive computed parameter capabilities, including FRET, FRAP, image stitching, and 3D reconstruction.

University of Florida ICBR Cytometry Core

2033 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL, 32610 United StatesThe Cytometry core provides a variety of tools and expertise for cellular measurements. The laboratory incorporates numerous flow cytometers, from simple entry-level devices to high-end 5-laser, 16-parameter instruments to analyze or sort cells. In addition, the laboratory offers a laser scanning confocal microscope. The microscope is well equipped with a variety of excitation lines from near UV to red and can collect 3 to 4 emission colors (depending on dye combinations), with viable cell time lapse and extensive computed parameter capabilities, including FRET, FRAP, image stitching, and 3D reconstruction.

University of Florida CoM Molecular Pathology Core

Box 100275, Room D11-41 Dept. of Pathology, Immunology and Lab. Medicine University of Florida 1395 Center Drive Gainesville, FL 32610-0275Our mission is to improve human and animal health by accelerating basic and clinical research based on histological procedures.

VaxDesign

12612 Challenger Parkway Suite 365VaxDesign offers in vitro models for infectious diseases and functional assay services.

VaxDesign

Orlando, FL United StatesVaxDesign offers in vitro models for infectious diseases and functional assay services.

Viagene Biotech

3802 Spectrum Boulevard Tampa, FL, 33612 United StatesViagene Biotech is a Florida-based company founded by a group of research scientists in the field of Life Science. Viagene Biotech develops and produces innovative technology and high quality reagents for scientific researches.

Vitro Molecular Laboratories

7480 SW 40th StreetVitro Molecular Laboratories offers routine histopathology, cytopathology, immunohistochemistry, FISH cytogenetics, and flow cytometry services.

Worldwide Primates

Miami, FL, 33197 United StatesWorldwide Primates is a leading supplier of primate sera, plasma, blood, and tissue products.

Worldwide Primates

PO BOX 971279 Miami, Florida, 33197 United StatesWorldwide Primates is a leading supplier of primate sera, plasma, blood, and tissue products.

Wilson HCG

Tampa - Global Headquarters 400 N. Ashley Drive Ste. 3000 Tampa, FL 33602 (P) 813.600.4303In working with WilsonHCG as your recruitment outsourcing company, expect a full-service recruitment process experience like no other.

Wilson HCG

Tampa, FL United StatesIn working with WilsonHCG as your recruitment outsourcing company, expect a full-service recruitment process experience like no other.

Xcelience

5415 Laurel Street Tampa Fl 33607 USAXcelience offers physical and chemical characterization, compound identification, formulation, and stability testing services.

Xcenda

4114 Woodlands Parkway, Suite 500 Suite 402 Palm Harbor, FL, 34685 United StatesFor more than 25 years, life science companies have turned to Xcenda’s leading team of value experts, transforming evidence, policy insights, and market intelligence into effective global market access strategies. Founded in the application of health outcomes and reimbursement, Xcenda, a part of AmerisourceBergen, is a premier consultancy helping clients effectively navigate today’s complex healthcare landscape. Our bench of diverse experts shares a passion to help you deliver the most distinctive body of evidence that demonstrates your value story. We strategically execute on actionable insights and differentiating data. We create innovative communications, models and tools so stakeholders understand not only what you’ve created, but why. It’s our goal to help prove the inherent worth of your products and services, maximize patient access, and enhance your overall brand performance. Trust in our committed team so you can focus on what matters most—helping patients gain access to your brand. Learn more at Xcenda.com.