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Augusta University Cell Imaging Core

1120 15th Street, CB 2816 Augusta, GA 30912-2000The Cell Imaging Core Laboratory is committed to excellence in research and education. We provide expert technical assistance and instrumentation in support of investigators. The Core also educates graduate students in the basic principles of imaging. The core is directed by Dr. Paul McNeil. Daily operations and maintenance are the responsibility of Dr. Anna McNeil and Tim Kurtz.

Ampro Laboratories

4480 Keith Bridge Rd. Cumming, GA. 30131American Proteins has thrived because we are committed to responsive, fast and helpful service. Regardless of company size or need, we respond to all of our customers with immediate, appropriate service. Quality control at American Proteins is unmatched. It is our number one priority, from handling raw materials to processing and formulations. Ongoing staff training, strict traffic control, biosecurity and rigid quality assurance programs allow us to consistently provide customers with high-quality products that are safe and free of contaminants.

Atlantic Microlab

6180 Atlantic Blvd # M Norcross, GA 30071-1309, USAAtlantic Microlab specializes in elemental microanalyses of organic compounds .

Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center

1670 Clairmont Road Decatur, GA 30033Atlanta VA Medical Center (VAMC), a Joint Commission and Magnet®-designated medical facility sits on 26 acres in Decatur, Georgia—just minutes from downtown Atlanta. The main medical center is a level 1A tertiary care facility providing patient-centered healthcare via an array of comprehensive medical, surgical, geriatric specialty services, as well as state-of–the-art diagnostic testing throughout 14 sites of care. With 445 inpatient beds, including a 120-bed Community Living Center, a 40-bed domiciliary, and a 12-bed Residential Treatment Program, the Atlanta VAMC is uniquely positioned to serve the healthcare needs of more than 130,000 enrolled Veterans living in 50 counties across northeast Georgia. The Medical Center, also a teaching hospital, provides hands-on and state-of-the-art technology, education and research to residents in collaboration with Emory University School of Medicine and Morehouse School of Medicine. Mission Honor America’s Veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being. Vision To be the benchmark of excellence and value in health care and benefits by providing exemplary services that are both patient & family-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. Goal: Our 3 Promises To provide care second to none – the best care anywhere. To maintain and expand Veteran’s healthcare services whenever possible. To ensure that every veteran will be personally satisfied with the care that they receive, based on the highest quality of outcome.

Atlanta Biologicals

2150 Cedars Road, Ste 200 Lawrenceville, GA 30043 USAAtlanta Biologicals offers cell culture products including serum, media, and other reagents in addition to custom manufacturing of cell culture media.

Atlanta Biologicals

Lawrenceville, GA United StatesAtlanta Biologicals offers cell culture products including serum, media, and other reagents in addition to custom manufacturing of cell culture media.

Avicenna Nutraceutical

4415 Commerce Dr. Atlanta, GA 30336Avicenna Nutraceutical is a Georgia, United States based company with the primary focus on the manufacture and distribution of raw materials with a specific emphasis on Patented Chicken Sternum Type 2 Collagen. Avicenna is a wholesaler targeting nutraceutical and pharmaceutical companies worldwide that utilize Type 2 Collagen to produce its various end products. Additionally, Avicenna provides its own brand of products to sell directly to retailers worldwide, and will continue to endeavor to be in the forefront of research and product development. Avicenna currently works with Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology to develop current and future products.

Avicenna Nutraceutical

11138 State Bridge Rd. Ste #100 United States Johns Creek, Georgia, 30022 United StatesAvicenna Nutraceutical is a Georgia, United States based company with the primary focus on the manufacture and distribution of raw materials with a specific emphasis on Patented Chicken Sternum Type 2 Collagen. Avicenna is a wholesaler targeting nutraceutical and pharmaceutical companies worldwide that utilize Type 2 Collagen to produce its various end products. Additionally, Avicenna provides its own brand of products to sell directly to retailers worldwide, and will continue to endeavor to be in the forefront of research and product development. Avicenna currently works with Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology to develop current and future products.

Alltech

350 Davenport Dr. Thomasville GA 31792 USAFounded in 1980 by Irish biochemist and entrepreneur Dr. Pearse Lyons, Alltech is a leading global biotechnology company whose mission is to improve the health and performance of people, animals and plants through natural nutrition and scientific innovation. We pursue this mission guided by what we call the ACE principle, our promise that in doing business we have a positive impact on the Animal, the Consumer and the Environment. Animal Health Our core business improves animal health and performance by adding nutritional value to feed, naturally, through Alltech’s innovative use of yeast fermentation, enzyme technology, algae and nutrigenomics, which studies the impact of nutrition at the genetic level. Our technologies and support programs enable farmers to realize greater efficiency, profitability and sustainability on their farms. Alltech Crop Science Our Alltech Crop Science division complements our animal nutrition business by focusing on improving the health of crops. Our technologies enable us to improve the productivity of the field, in terms of yield quality and quantity, and to enhance nutrition beginning with the soil and the seed. Human Health We believe scientific innovation in animal and crop sciences is part of a much more important story, that of human health. Healthier animals and crops, nurtured naturally through Alltech’s nutritional solutions, affect human well-being. For example, fruits, vegetables and animal proteins have become less nutrient-rich in the past half-century. From fish to oranges, you need to eat more today to get the same nutritional value. Our work within animal and crop sciences is restoring value and also exploring ways to naturally enrich foods through improving the animal diet or crop produced. For example, laying hens fed a diet rich in Alltech’s algae produce eggs enriched with DHA omega-3, an essential nutrient for human cognitive development and health at all ages.

Aerobiology Laboratory Associates

4501 Circle 75 Parkway, Suite A1190 Atlanta, Georgia 30339Aerobiology Laboratory Associates offers microbial testing, environmental testing, and product testing services.

AB Seed Laboratory, LLC

4708 S. Old Peachtree Road #900C Norcross, GA 30071The AB Seed Laboratory, LLC is a commercial seed testing laboratory, located in Norcross, Georgia. We have been successfully providing reliable analysis with rapid results nationwide for over a decade.

AKESOgen

3155 Northwoods Place Northwest Norcross, GA, 30071 United StatesAKESOgen performs biomarker profiling and genomics services utilizing different types of markers (e.g. DNA, RNA, methylation), establishes and validates biomarkers in the Clinical Trials arena, and provides expertise in biobanking.

AKESOgen

3155 Northwoods Place NW Peachtree Corners, GA, 30071 United StatesAKESOgen performs biomarker profiling and genomics services utilizing different types of markers (e.g. DNA, RNA, methylation), establishes and validates biomarkers in the Clinical Trials arena, and provides expertise in biobanking.

AviGenics

111 Riverbend Road Athens Georgia 30605AviGenics offers monoclonal antibodies, proteins, and cytokines.

Augusta University Campus Flow Cytometry Core

1120 15th Street, Augusta, GA 30912The Campus Flow Cytometry Core Facility at Augusta University is located on the second floor of the CA building in CA2056 on the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus. The Facility is open to all Augusta University researchers. Outside investigators may use this facility by appointment.

Alliance Imaging

4751 Best Road, Ste. 480 College Park, GA 30337Alliance Imaging, a division of Alliance Healthcare Services, offers diagnostic imaging services.

Alston & Bird

One Atlantic Center 1201 West Peachtree Street Suite 4200 Atlanta, GA 30309-3424Alston & Bird is a general practice law firm which provides service in intellectual property and health care law.

Augusta University Integrated Genomics

1411 Laney Walker Blvd Augusta, GA 30912The Integrated Genomics Shared Resource in the GRU Cancer Center house a complete Illumina NextGen Sequencing Facility including both HiSeq and MiSeq instruments. Expertise for performing DNA-Seq, RNA-Seq, Chip-Seq, Methyl-Seq and targeted re-sequencing is available. Microarray resources include Affymetrix ® and Agilent ® Scanner Platforms that facilitate exon-specific, oligonucleotide and genome-wide arrays. Bioinformatic support is available for data analysis for both sequencing and microarray data.

AbBioSci

805 State Bridge Rd, Suite G 414 Johns Creek, GA, 30097 USAAbBioSci offers antibody development, characterization, conjugation, and engineering services.

Arete Clinical Research

4610 Granby Circle Cumming GA 30041 USAArête Clinical Research provides a complete range of clinical research consulting services to the clinical divisions of the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry.

Athens Research & Technology

110 Trans Tech Dr. Athens, GA, 30601 United StatesAthens Research & Technology offers custom purification of human proteins, polyclonal antisera to proteins, human plasma, inhibitors, and enzymes.

Augusta University Core Imaging Facility for Small Animal

1411 Laney Walker Blvd Augusta, GA 30912The Core Imaging Facility for Small Animals (CIFSA), commissioned to provide MRI and optical imaging resources of small animals, is a core facility serving the needs of a multi-departmental/multi-disciplinary research community in order to advance the clinical and biomedical sciences. To achieve these goals, the CIFSA specifically will undertake the following activities: Utilize established imaging protocols recognized throughout the scientific community and develop new imaging protocols to aid in the developing needs of biomedical research. This will include segmentation and quantitative analysis of structure of interest. Offer image data analysis and processing that will help to quantify and qualify the in vivo, and in vitro, research in such a manner to support the projects developed by the Augusta University research community and beyond. Offer biomedical project consultation that will help better the understanding of the role non invasive whole body magnetic resonance, bioluminescent, and fluorescent imaging can play in achieving research objectives.

Augusta University Proteomics Core Laboratory

1120 15th Street, Augusta, GA 30912The Proteomics Core Laboratory at the Georgia Health Sciences University is a resource facility for the characterization and expression level measurement of proteins (isolated or in an extract) by mass spectrometry (MS), electrophoresis or chromatography. It is operated jointly by the Center for Biotechnology and Genomic Medicine. Services are available to all campus investigators as well as off campus investigators. The Proteomics Core Laboratory is located on the GHSU campus in the Interdisciplinary Research building in room CA1041. Please contact us for a consultation.

Augusta University Genomics Core Laboratory

1120 15th Street, PV6B108 Augusta, GA 30912-2400The Genomics Core Laboratory (GCL) at the Augusta University is a multi-functional molecular biology resource facility directed through the Center of Biotechnology and Genomic Medicine. Services are available to all campus investigators, students and incubator tenants, as well as off-campus users. Services offered by the GCL include discounted oligonucleotide ordering, fluorescent DNA sequencing, Next Gen sequencing, High and low throughput Fluidigm and Life Technologies Real Time PCR, Illumina Bead Station micro-array experiments and analyses.

Augusta University Proteomics and Metabolomics Facility

GRU Cancer Center Augusta University 1120 15th Street, Augusta, GA 30912Proteomics and Metabolomics, a part of system biology, is fundamental for a full understanding of a biological system including a metabolic process or disease state, and has received considerable attention since the sequencing of the human genome. Mass spectrometry based technologies have been indispensable to the development of molecular medicine. Clinical research can also benefit from proteomics and metabolomics by both the identification of new drug targets and the development of new diagnostic markers. Mission Offer state of the art proteomics and metabolomics service to GRU Cancer Center Investigators Assist in the analysis of data resulting from investigations into the metabolome or proteome. Assist in the writing of grants or manuscripts involving proteomics or metabolomics

Annular Biotechnology

7560 Portbury Park Lane Suwanee, GA , 30024 United States AnnularBio has developed a novel approach to mAb discovery with a foundation in combined technologies. This approach optimizes methods for selecting high-value hybridomas and unique mAbs. AnnularBio offers Clients the ABitope Kit, or a panel of complimentary mAbs suitable for use in multiple platforms. This product gives our Clients a competitive edge when making difficult pre-clinical decisions. We strive to reduce your time and costs in R&D that translate into success entering the marketplace or clinic. Annular was formed in 2014 when its Founders recognized the market demand for reliability in contract manufacturing of high quality monoclonal antibodies. Through their collective experiences in the biotechnology industry, specifically commercial R&D reagents, they observed the negative consequences that questionable mAbs have on researchers. Challenging the complacency of the commercial mAb market, they desired to provide innovative and intelligent solutions for researchers that require functional mAbs. Today, Annular has not only developed a methodology for selecting high-value hybridomas but they have an accelerated success rate for Clients with their discovery process.

Access Medical Products

2991 Mountain Creek Drive, Roswell, GA 30075Access Medical Products provides medical supplies and equipment.

Agile Clinical Research Trials

750 Hammond Drive Building 8-100 Atlanta, GA 30328, USAAgile Clinical Research is a full service CLINICAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION dedicated to providing quality and service excellence to our pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients. Our core competency is clinical trial management services. The company provide the highest quality service, exceptional value, and a better overall interactive experience for our clients. The corporate vision is designed around a self-perpetuating business model whereby the quality of our work and reputation will continue to attract reputable clients and employees.

Agile Clinical Research Trials

750 Hammond Drive Building 8-100 Atlanta, GA, 30328 United StatesAgile Clinical Research is a full service CLINICAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION dedicated to providing quality and service excellence to our pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients. Our core competency is clinical trial management services. The company provide the highest quality service, exceptional value, and a better overall interactive experience for our clients. The corporate vision is designed around a self-perpetuating business model whereby the quality of our work and reputation will continue to attract reputable clients and employees.

Accelebrate, Inc.

925B Peachtree Street Northeast Atlanta, GA, 30309 United StatesProvides private hands-on, instructor-led training on R, Python, Python data science programming, Bayesian inference, Tableau, Power Bi, and a wide arrange of other technologies, including Office 365, SharePoint, SQL Server, .NET programming, mobile development, Angular, React, Oracle, HTML5, and more

Accelebrate, Inc.

925B Peachtree St NE PMB 378 United States Atlanta, GA, 30309-3918 United StatesProvides private hands-on, instructor-led training on R, Python, Python data science programming, Bayesian inference, Tableau, Power Bi, and a wide arrange of other technologies, including Office 365, SharePoint, SQL Server, .NET programming, mobile development, Angular, React, Oracle, HTML5, and more

ArunA Biomedical

ArunA Biomedical, Inc. Regenerative Bioscience Center, UGA 425 River Road 4th Floor Athens, GAArunA Biomedical is the industry leader in human neural stem cell assay and cellular platform development. ArunA's first-to-market commercial development of hPSC derived neural cells, custom media formulations and innovative translation of stem cell platforms to assay applications, and dedication to the highest level of quality, gives our customers the assurance that their contracted assay services are being conducted by the best technical experts available. ArunA's ability to customize and scale studies to individual customers specifications is a trademark strength of the Company.

ArunA Biomedical

425 River Rd. Athens, GA 30602 USAArunA Biomedical is the industry leader in human neural stem cell assay and cellular platform development. ArunA's first-to-market commercial development of hPSC derived neural cells, custom media formulations and innovative translation of stem cell platforms to assay applications, and dedication to the highest level of quality, gives our customers the assurance that their contracted assay services are being conducted by the best technical experts available. ArunA's ability to customize and scale studies to individual customers specifications is a trademark strength of the Company.

ArunA Biomedical

Athens, GA United StatesArunA Biomedical is the industry leader in human neural stem cell assay and cellular platform development. ArunA's first-to-market commercial development of hPSC derived neural cells, custom media formulations and innovative translation of stem cell platforms to assay applications, and dedication to the highest level of quality, gives our customers the assurance that their contracted assay services are being conducted by the best technical experts available. ArunA's ability to customize and scale studies to individual customers specifications is a trademark strength of the Company.

Abeome Corporation

111 Riverbend Road Athens, GA 30605 USAAbeome Corporation develops therapeutic and diagnostic monoclonal antibodies while offer custom monoclonal antibody generation services.

Atlanta Dental Spa

1875 Old Alabama Road, Suite 130, Roswell GA, 30076

Atlanta Dental Spa

3189 Maple Dr NE Atlanta GA, 30305

Altamaha Laboratories

P.O. BOX 618 , BLACKSHEAR, GA 31516Altamaha Laboratories, a subsidiary of Tindall Enterprises, Inc., has provided environmental services since 1987. Southeastern Environmental Services provides environmental sampling for Altamaha Laboratories, which conducts testing of groundwater, wastewater, storm water runoff, soil, sludge, sediment, hazardous waste, shellfish and shellfish waters, meats and poultry, as well as agricultural products such as meats, fruits, and vegetables and the water used in agricultural processes..

Actu-Real

221 Roswell St Suite 150 Alpharetta, GA, 30009 United StatesActu-Real's mission is to enable evidence-based decisions in healthcare. Our differentiation is our strong cross-functional expertise across clinical development, RWE, HEOR, market access, statistics, data sciences, actuarial science and technology, along with rich industry experience and leadership experience of strategy and operations in a global and cross-cultural model. We offer solutions and services to help payers, providers and pharmaceutical companies optimise objectives of access, quality and cost of healthcare, with the backbone of a fit-for-purpose, all-in-one technology platform for data integration, advanced analytics, reporting and visualisation.

Augusta University Bioinformatics Core

GRU Cancer Center, CN 3121 1120 15th Street Augusta, GA 30912Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary scientific field that develops methods for storing, retrieving, organizing and analyzing biological data. A major activity in bioinformatics is to develop software tools to generate useful biological knowledge. Our Mission Our mission is to provide expertise in integrative computational-based analysis solutions to basic, clinical, and translational research applications. Bioinformatics support ranges in scope from simple consultations to more in-depth collaborations. We require the participation of the investigator during the course of our data analysis because we believe that input into the biological parameters are tantamount to success of the analysis.

Augusta Biomedical Research Corporation

4th, 5th and 6th floors of B wing Downtown Division - 950 15th Street Augusta, GA 30904The Charlie Norwood VAMC has a very active and diversified research program that significantly influences the recruitment and retention of highly specialized clinical staff. The research facilities are located on the 4th, 5th and 6th floor of the “B” wing of the downtown VAMC. The Research Department establishes interactions with clinicians and scientists who are interested in conducting research. The research laboratories are fully equipped for conducting translational, clinical and rehabilitation research. Currently, there are 37 research investigators involved in 58 active research projects with funding support provided by the VA, National Institute of Health (NIH), Department of Defense (DOD) and other government agencies and a myriad of industry sponsored studies. Research is also supported by donations from agencies and foundations such as the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary. Research projects are geared to address health issues of Veterans. Areas of research include: Alzheimer’s, Cardiology, Diabetic Retinopathy, Geriatrics, Mental Health, Neurology, Renal Injury, Schizophrenia, Spinal Cord Injury, Skin Cancer, Stem Cell Research, Stroke, Urology and Urologic Oncology. The Research Department is accredited by both AAHRPP (Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Program) and AAALAC (Association for the Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care). The Augusta Biomedical Research Corporation (ABRC) is a non-profit corporation that is involved in facilitating VA research. ABRC is responsible for submitting applications for funding to non-VA sources and managing the funds.

Advanced Chemistry Labs, Inc. (ACL)

3039 Amwiler Road, Suite 100 Atlanta, GA 30360Founded in 1985, Advanced Chemistry Labs, Inc. (ACL) is an environmental testing laboratory that provides a comprehensive range of analytical testing and consulting. ACL is a woman-owned, small business concern. ACL specializes in the analysis of trace level organic and inorganic contaminants in various matrices. Typical matrices include water, wastewater, soil, sediment, sludge, oil, waste and air. ACL's customers include local/state/federal government, environmental engineering firms, municipalities, industrial facilities, legal firms, financial institutions, real estate developers, and the private sector. ACL is located in Atlanta, Georgia and operates out of a 12,000 square foot facility. ACL's mission is to provide legally defensible analytical data in a timely and cost effective manner. Our primary goal is to create and maintain loyal, long-term relationships with our clients. Good communication creates trusted partnerships and leads to successful project management.

Applied Technical Services (ATS)

1049 Triad Court Marietta, GA 30062 USAApplied Technical Services (ATS) offers analytical chemistry services including organic analysis, metal analysis, contamination identification, and polymer testing services.

Alimera Sciences

6120 Windward Parkway Alpharetta, GA, 30005 United StatesAlimera Sciences (NASDAQ: ALIM), founded in June 2003, is a biopharmaceutical company that specializes in the research, development and commercialization of prescription ophthalmic pharmaceuticals.

Ana-gen Technologies

2880 N. Berkeley Lake Road Suite 3 Duluth GA 30096 USAAna-gen Technologies offers gene synthesis, purification, genotype analysis, mutagenesis, and sequencing services.

Ana-gen Technologies

Duluth, GA United StatesAna-gen Technologies offers gene synthesis, purification, genotype analysis, mutagenesis, and sequencing services.

Augusta University The GRU Cancer Center Biorepository

1191 Cancer Research Center 1410 Laney Walker Blvd. Augusta, GA 30912The GRU Cancer Center Tumor Tissue and Serum Repository, were established with support from the Georgia Cancer Coalition (GCC). The repository collection includes a variety of specimen types, such as tumor tissue and cells, blood and other biofluids as well as normal specimens used as controls. The Biorepository also acts as a state-wide biorepository with samples being collected from 14 participating sites in the state of Georgia (the Bio-Repository Alliance of Georgia for Oncology or BRAG-Onc). The quality of all specimens are reviewed by a trained pathologist, and the information is captured in the tumor bank’s database. The tissue bank provides human specimens and laboratory services for basic and translational research to further the understanding of the cellular and molecular pathogenesis of human cancers.

Alkermes Contract Pharma Services

1300 Gould Drive Gainesville, GA 30504 USAAlkermes Contract Pharma Services provides solid oral dosage product development, scale-up and manufacturing services as well as sterile fill finish capabilities to the global pharmaceutical market.

B4CC

Atlanta, GA United StatesEnvisioned by Dr. Ken Dixon, B4CC is a clinical network providing cancer patients with personalized therapies in community based practices. Its goal is to improve cancer survival rates via (1) a private clinical network harvesting tumor tissue and annotated data, (2) analyzing this harvest to connect patients and their treatment teams with precision therapies and research trials, and (3) improving the process of care with a novel business model, appropriate consents, and an underlying proprietary software infrastructure. The company also supplies de-identified tissue and and data to drug development researchers and the bioscience community. B4CC is an important shift in the cancer care landscape that aligns information and access to a patient-empowered treatment experience.

Bioexpression and Fermentation Facility

Life Sciences Building – 120 Green Street Athens, GA 30602 – University of Georgia USABioexpression and Fermentation Facility offers services in molecular biology, fermentation, protein purification, cell culture and monoclonal antibodies.

Beckman Coulter, Inc.

Atlanta Vision Center 3353 Peach Tree N.E. Suite 200 Atlanta GA 30326Beckman 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.

Biomarkers Core Laboratory at the Emory University Yerkes National Primate Research Center

201 Dowman Drive Atlanta, GA 30322 USAThe Biomarkers Core Laboratory at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center (YNPRC) provides investigators with critical hormone assay services and the specialized expertise necessary to obtain high-quality data from basic, preclinical, and translational research studies. Primary core services include the analysis of non-human primate, rodent, and human samples for steroid and peptide hormones and other small molecules relevant to neuroendocrinology, psychoneuroimmunology (stress physiology and inflammation), reproductive biology, and cardiometabolic health. The Yerkes BMC also develops, validates, and optimizes new assays upon request by internal and external investigators.

Biomarkers Core Laboratory at the Emory University Yerkes National Primate Research Center

Gatewood Road NE Room 2111 Laboratory 954 Atlanta, GA, 30329 United StatesThe Biomarkers Core Laboratory at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center (YNPRC) provides investigators with critical hormone assay services and the specialized expertise necessary to obtain high-quality data from basic, preclinical, and translational research studies. Primary core services include the analysis of non-human primate, rodent, and human samples for steroid and peptide hormones and other small molecules relevant to neuroendocrinology, psychoneuroimmunology (stress physiology and inflammation), reproductive biology, and cardiometabolic health. The Yerkes BMC also develops, validates, and optimizes new assays upon request by internal and external investigators.

BioAssayLINK

USA - phone 650 861 7496Matching service for early stage discovery and preclinical research services providing customers with a prequalified list of labs that meet their outsourcing and/or collaborative requirements

Criterion Scientific

Criterion Scientific LLC Suite 160 1770 The Exchange Atlanta, GA 30339 USA

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

1600 Clifton Rd Atlanta, GA 30333Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) focuses on research and offers their facilities as resources for drug development.

Center for Applied Isotope Studies

120 Riverbend Road Athens, GA, 30605 United StatesThe Center for Applied Isotope Studies at the University of Georgia is a multidisciplinary organization dedicated to research and development of nuclear analytical technology. We offer analytical services to researchers affiliated with the University of Georgia.

Clark Atlanta University CCRTD Proteomics Core

223 James P. Brawley Dr, SW Atlanta, GA 30314We are equipped for proteomics research including Cell Fractionation on one floor and tabletopUltracentrifuges (Beckman Coulter) , Fast Protein Liquid Chromatography (FPLC), Two-Dimensional Protein Electrophoresis (Protean II, Biorad), and Gel Documentation Systems (one Bio-Rad and one Fuji Medical). Protein quantification can be done using UV-Vis spectrophotometry ( DU650, Beckman Coulter) or multimode Plate Spectrophotometers in both 96-well and 384-well micro well plate formats. Protein gels can also be visualized, digitized, and documented on Multi-Mode ImagerTyphoon 9410.

Clark Atlanta University Histology Core

223 James P. Brawley Dr, SW Atlanta, GA 30314CCRTD is expanding to add further support in the area of histology and handling of biological tissues. We intend to enable CCRTD researchers to acquire and store clinical tissue specimens, make and process slides, perform micro dissections, and handle and expand primary live cells. Histology facility will be closely integrated with Molecular Biology Core, Cell Biology Core, and Structural Biology Cores. We are already well equipped to handle Epoxy-resin and Paraffin embedding, tissue slicing, slide mounting and staining. We have Microtomes, an Ultratome mounted on a floating table and equipped with Diamond knife, Constant Temperature Incubator, Fume hood, Examination Binoculars, slide mounting setup, and miscellaneous equipment. As a core of the new histology setup and at an interface with Cell Biology Core we have acquired aCryostat and a Laser Capture Micro dissection System (LCM) that enables CCRTD researchers to analyze specific cells and cell populations and significantly increase the power of our molecular and genetic analyses. Our modern LCM System includes maximum magnification power (up to 150x) for visualization and dissection of sub cellular structures such as chromosomes and chromosome fragments, an ability to dissect and outgrow live cells to establish primary cell cultures, and an ability for automated feature recognition and semi-automated user-supervised dissection of desired microscopic features. We also have an automated Slide Staining and Hybridization Station with protocols for immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization, and general histology staining.

Castle Medical

5700 Highlands Parkway SE, Suite 100 United States Smyrna, Georgia, 30082 United StatesAs a healthcare organization positioned to bring truth and common sense to healthcare, Castle Medical is uniquely qualified to help your organization grow exponentially. With a wide-array of products and services to support your team, Castle Medical wants to be your trusted healthcare and wellness partner.

CTC Organics

5340 Highway 42 Ellenwood, GA, 30294 United StatesCTC Organics has been serving the flavor, fragrance and pharmaceutical industry for more than 40 years. Along with our sister company, Pyrazine Specialties, we offer an impressive array of fine chemicals to suit your every need. More than one thousand items to be exact. Our commitment to quality and service has long been a staple upon which our customers have come to rely and one upon which they can continue to rely. With our 24-hour, turn-around service, our customers’ needs are our day-to-day priority. Please peruse the web site, and let our experienced sales staff assist you with your requests. We thank you for your business and look forward to another 40 years!

Chart Biomedical Ltd.

Ball Ground, GeorgiaChart MVE is the world’s leading manufacturer of vacuum insulated products and cryogenic freezer systems. More than 50 years ago, we set the standard for storage of biological materials at low temperatures. Today, we continue to exceed these standards with our cryogenic freezers and aluminum storage Dewars. Industries from around the world look to Chart MVE for excellence and innovation in our cryogenic freezers and dewars. Our solutions empower industries to better utilize cryogenic labratory equipment. In this manner, Chart MVE continues to make a vital contribution in today’s biomedical industry. We provide Biomedical Security through Systems.

Colonical Chemical Solutions, Inc.

520 Blackburn Drive Augusta, GA 30907Colonial Chemical Solutions, Inc. (CCS) is a leading independent chemical distributor in the U.S. Southeast. As a subsidiary of Colonial Group, Inc., we provide unrivaled value-added services by utilizing Colonial Terminals, Inc.’s storage facilities in Savannah, Georgia, Wilmington, North Carolina and extensive logistics network. As an added benefit, our Savannah terminal is adjacent to one of the largest and busiest container ports in the United States. This uniquely positions CCS to source the world’s leading chemical plants and provide our customer base with exceptional economic advantages.

Colonical Chemical Solutions, Inc.

3710 Atlanta Industrial Parkway Suite 200 Atlanta, GA 30331Colonial Chemical Solutions, Inc. (CCS) is a leading independent chemical distributor in the U.S. Southeast. As a subsidiary of Colonial Group, Inc., we provide unrivaled value-added services by utilizing Colonial Terminals, Inc.’s storage facilities in Savannah, Georgia, Wilmington, North Carolina and extensive logistics network. As an added benefit, our Savannah terminal is adjacent to one of the largest and busiest container ports in the United States. This uniquely positions CCS to source the world’s leading chemical plants and provide our customer base with exceptional economic advantages.

Colonical Chemical Solutions, Inc.

916 West Lathrop Avenue Savannah, GA 31415Colonial Chemical Solutions, Inc. (CCS) is a leading independent chemical distributor in the U.S. Southeast. As a subsidiary of Colonial Group, Inc., we provide unrivaled value-added services by utilizing Colonial Terminals, Inc.’s storage facilities in Savannah, Georgia, Wilmington, North Carolina and extensive logistics network. As an added benefit, our Savannah terminal is adjacent to one of the largest and busiest container ports in the United States. This uniquely positions CCS to source the world’s leading chemical plants and provide our customer base with exceptional economic advantages.

Colonical Chemical Solutions, Inc.

916 West Lathrop Avenue Savannah, GA, 31415 United StatesColonial Chemical Solutions, Inc. (CCS) is a leading independent chemical distributor in the U.S. Southeast. As a subsidiary of Colonial Group, Inc., we provide unrivaled value-added services by utilizing Colonial Terminals, Inc.’s storage facilities in Savannah, Georgia, Wilmington, North Carolina and extensive logistics network. As an added benefit, our Savannah terminal is adjacent to one of the largest and busiest container ports in the United States. This uniquely positions CCS to source the world’s leading chemical plants and provide our customer base with exceptional economic advantages.

Cabot

4400 North Point Parkway Suite 200 Alpharetta Georgia 30022 USAAs a leading global specialty chemicals and performance materials company, we are committed to advancing our customers’ businesses in the transportation, infrastructure, environment and consumer industries.

Clark Atlanta University CCRTD Molecular Biology Core

223 James P. Brawley Dr, SW Atlanta, GA 30314CCRTD Core Facilities house major equipment for DNA and RNA-based applications. We offer polymerase chain reaction ( PCR ) instruments including Real-Time PCR machine (I-Cycle, Bio-Rad),Liquid Scintillation Counter (Beckman Coulter), Lyophilizer and Freeze-Dryer for biological samples,Cell Porator, high-speed and ultra-high-speed Centrifuges, ultra-sensitive Balances, and other supporting equipment. DNA and RNA quantification can be carried out on Spectrophotometers, both single-cuvette (DU650, Beckman Coulter) and 96-well plate based. DNA and RNA can be visualized, digitized, and quantified using Gel Documentation system (Bio-Rad) or Multi-Mode Imager Typhoon 9410, in fluorescent, luminescent, UV, or visible wavelengths; time-resolved fluorescence option is available on BioTek Plate Imager. For X-Ray imaging, we maintain an Automated X-Ray processorand Dark Room; radioisotope imaging is also supported on Typhoon 9410.

Charlie Norwood Veterans Affairs Medical Center

950 15th Street Downtown or 1 Freedom Way Uptown Augusta, GA 30904The Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center is a two-division Medical Center that provides tertiary care inmedicine, surgery, neurology, psychiatry, rehabilitation medicine, and spinal cord injury. The Downtown Division is authorized 155 beds (58 medicine, 37 surgery, and 60 spinal cord injury). The Uptown Division, located approximately three miles away, is authorized 315 beds (68 psychiatry, 15 blind rehabilitation and 40 medical rehabilitation. In addition, a 132-bed Restorative/Nursing Home Care Unit and 60 domiciliary are located at the Uptown Division. The Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center and Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center at Fort Gordon entered into a Joint Venture for Shared Services, which provides for the cost-effective sharing of resources between these two federal health care facilities in the Augusta metropolitan area. In 2004, two Active-Duty Rehab Care Units were opened to treat OEF/OIF active duty military personnel who required rehabilitation. The Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center prides itself on continually improving and expanding its health care knowledge. The medical center enjoys a strong affiliation with the Medical College of Georgia. The Augusta VAMC provides medical and allied health training to an average of more than 700 students and residents annually. Additional health training affiliations exist with 44 academic institutions.

Charlie Norwood Veterans Affairs Medical Center

950 15th Street Downtown or 1 Freedom Way Uptown Augusta, GA, 30904 United StatesThe Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center is a two-division Medical Center that provides tertiary care inmedicine, surgery, neurology, psychiatry, rehabilitation medicine, and spinal cord injury. The Downtown Division is authorized 155 beds (58 medicine, 37 surgery, and 60 spinal cord injury). The Uptown Division, located approximately three miles away, is authorized 315 beds (68 psychiatry, 15 blind rehabilitation and 40 medical rehabilitation. In addition, a 132-bed Restorative/Nursing Home Care Unit and 60 domiciliary are located at the Uptown Division. The Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center and Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center at Fort Gordon entered into a Joint Venture for Shared Services, which provides for the cost-effective sharing of resources between these two federal health care facilities in the Augusta metropolitan area. In 2004, two Active-Duty Rehab Care Units were opened to treat OEF/OIF active duty military personnel who required rehabilitation. The Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center prides itself on continually improving and expanding its health care knowledge. The medical center enjoys a strong affiliation with the Medical College of Georgia. The Augusta VAMC provides medical and allied health training to an average of more than 700 students and residents annually. Additional health training affiliations exist with 44 academic institutions.

Clark Atlanta University CCRTD Collaborative Center for Cancer Genomics

223 James P. Brawley Dr, SW Atlanta, GA 30314During the past several years CCRTD scientists have established a close collaboration and working relationships with the scientists at the Ovarian Cancer Institute, which is based at the Georgia Institute of Technology and is only a short distance away from Clark Atlanta University. This interaction is based at several levels but is very prominent in the areas of gene expression analysis in individual patients. Dr. Shafiq Khan has an adjunct appointment at Georgia Tech and is part of the ovarian cancer consortium. The Ovarian Cancer Institute (OCI) is a virtual research center with main laboratories located at Georgia Institute of Technology and collaborating research laboratories located at Georgia Tech, the University of Georgia, Emory University, Georgia State University, Clark Atlanta University, the Medical College of Georgia, Harvard University, North Carolina State University and the Mayo Clinic. Under the direction of Chief Scientific Officer Dr. John McDonald (http://www.biology.gatech.edu/mcdonald_lab/), OCI maintains one of the largest ovarian cancer tissue banks (>1000 patient samples) and patient history databases in the world. The OCI research program is based on an integrated approach to cancer research combining high-throughput genomic, proteomic, metabolomic and nano-technologies with the goal of establishing new and effective diagnostics and therapeutics for ovarian cancer. The OCI has an ongoing collaborative agreement with a major medical facility (Saint Joseph Hospital) to obtain and analyze samples from individual ovarian cancer patients.

Clark Atlanta University CCRTD Structural Biology Core

223 James P. Brawley Dr, SW Atlanta, GA 30314CCRTD houses several major instruments to support structural studies of biological molecules, cells, modern cell, and molecular visualization applications. We have an Inverted Digitized Microscope(Zeiss) of general use, plus an advanced Fluorescence-enabled Inverted Digitized Microscope with Z-stacking and Live Cell Imaging modules (Zeiss). For advanced applications including In Situ Hybridization (ISH) and Immunohistochemistry (IHC), in addition to Zeiss microscope above we offerConfocal Fluorescent Microscope (Nikon). The latter is currently undergoing a major upgrade of computer system, software, and optics including addition of lasers.

ChemWorld.com

3939 Royal Drive Ste 139 Kennesaw, GA 30144ChemWorld.com has been a worldwide online stocking supplier of specialty chemicals, boiler and cooling water chemicals, and water treatment equipment since 2004. We provide consultation at no cost on proper boiler and cooling water chemical selection and equipment needs. Our main customer base is in the USA, but we ship worldwide. ChemWorld provides: Fast shipping. Free consulting. We sell direct to everyone. No minimum size order. For international orders, prices are FOB 30144, USA. Please have an export broker to expedite the sales process.

ChemWorld.com

3939 Royal Drive Ste 139 Kennesaw, , GA , 30144 United StatesChemWorld.com has been a worldwide online stocking supplier of specialty chemicals, boiler and cooling water chemicals, and water treatment equipment since 2004. We provide consultation at no cost on proper boiler and cooling water chemical selection and equipment needs. Our main customer base is in the USA, but we ship worldwide. ChemWorld provides: Fast shipping. Free consulting. We sell direct to everyone. No minimum size order. For international orders, prices are FOB 30144, USA. Please have an export broker to expedite the sales process.

Clark Atlanta University CCRTD Cell Biology Core

223 James P. Brawley Dr, SW Atlanta, GA 30314In CCRTD, we provide excellent support for Cell Biology research and advanced cell visualization applications. We have complete facilities for cell growth, handling, and storage. Cell Culture Facility maintains Cell Storage Cryo Tanks with uninterruptable liquid nitrogen supply and two separate Cell Culture rooms fully equipped with eight temperature and CO2-controlled Cell Growth Incubators, twoBiological Safety Cabinets, Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorter (FACS), two late model Inverted Digitized Microscope (Zeiss), one of which is fluorescence-enabled and possesses Z-stacking and live cell imaging capabilities, automated Cell Counter (Nexcelom Bioscience), and refrigerated storage for media and cell culture reagents.

Clark Atlanta University CCRTD Bioinformatics Core

223 James P. Brawley Dr, SW Atlanta, GA 30314CCRTD provides many crucial applications for in silico research. They include general bioinformatics programs intended for sequence analysis of nucleic acids and proteins (Vector NTI Advance) and more specialized programs including Gene Expression Analysis software (Gene spring and real-timePCR primer design program; Beacon Designer, by Premier Biosoft). CCRTD staff provides consultations in bioinformatics and identifies further needs in this area. Additional multiple free bioinformatics program downloaded from Internet are also available along with access to all major bioinformatics Public Databases and data repositories. We are in the process of acquiring a High-End Computer Workstation intended exclusively for bioinformatics support. We are also in the process of networking our data-generating equipment and CCRTD users' workstations with the CCRTD data storage server to be supported by CAU Office of Information Technology. The server will be used for storage, backup, and retrieval of Affymetrix data files, real-time PCR data, image data from Typhoon and Bio-Rad Imagers, micro plate readers, etc. Furthermore, it will be used for data sharing and transfer both within CCRTD, external collaborators, and granting agencies housing an ftp site with supplementary experimental data generated within CCRTD and linked to the CCRTD website.

Datta Immunochem

4130 Saddlehorn Dr. Evans, GA 30809 USADatta Immunochem is dedicated to research and development of high quality biological reagents for research, diagnosis and treatment of human diseases since its inception.

Datta Immunochem

Evans, GA United StatesDatta Immunochem is dedicated to research and development of high quality biological reagents for research, diagnosis and treatment of human diseases since its inception.

Dunwoody Labs

Nine Dunwoody Park, Suite 121 Dunwoody, GA 30338 USADunwoody Labs offers clinical diagnostic assays in Functional and Integrative Medicine.

Essential Ingredients, Inc.

2408 Tech Center Parkway Suite 200 Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043Essential Ingredients contributes to the success of our customers and suppliers in the personal care, household/ industrial cleaner, cosmetic and related industries by meeting their needs for technical sales support, exceptional customer service, superior products, timely delivery of raw materials and, very importantly, innovation. In pursuit of this mission we will strive for excellence and demonstrate integrity in an environment where people can develop their skills and potential while being rewarded for their contribution to a profitable company.

Essential Ingredients, Inc.

2408 Tech Center Parkway Suite 200 Lawrenceville, GA, 30043 United StatesEssential Ingredients contributes to the success of our customers and suppliers in the personal care, household/ industrial cleaner, cosmetic and related industries by meeting their needs for technical sales support, exceptional customer service, superior products, timely delivery of raw materials and, very importantly, innovation. In pursuit of this mission we will strive for excellence and demonstrate integrity in an environment where people can develop their skills and potential while being rewarded for their contribution to a profitable company.

Emory University School of Medicine - Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

Francois Villinger,PhD Woodruff Memorial Building Rm 2339 Emory University 101 Woodruff Circle Atlanta, GA 30322Pathology at Emory is a vibrant, multifaceted department with nearly 100 faculty, more than 50 residents and clinical fellows, scores of postdocs and graduate students, and over 100 staff, all dedicated to our three core missions of patient care, teaching, and research on human disease. This website provides an overview of the Department, with links to information about specific faculty and programs, as well as details on how to apply to our outstanding residency program or clinical fellowships. Physicians who wish to submit specimens for diagnostic evaluation or slides for expert consultation will find the necessary forms and information here, and are also encouraged to contact us through the telephone number at the left-hand side of this screen. The word "pathology" means "the study of disease," and it describes both a specialty in clinical medicine and a field of biomedical research. In the clinical realm, pathology is the subspecialty devoted to diagnosis, either through microscopic examination of cells and tissues (called anatomic pathology) or by laboratory methods such as chemical analyses, microbiology, blood banking, tissue typing, etc (called clinical pathology). The investigative branch of pathology, called experimental pathology, covers the spectrum from laboratory research on basic cellular and molecular biology, through physiology and disease models, to drug discovery and translational research -- all with the aim of achieving better understanding of, and better treatments for, human disease. Our Department strives continually to advance pathology research and clinical practice, developing new insights, methods, and technologies through the world-class expertise of our faculty. This traditionally strong Department has grown and flourished over the past decade and is now emerging as one of the truly outstanding pathology programs in the U.S. Our Anatomic Pathology division is renowned in soft tissue, gastrointestinal, and neuropathology and has exceptional strength in a host of other areas, including genitourinary, head & neck, renal, neuro, pediatric, and cytologic pathology. Our Clinical Pathology division offers outstanding expertise in subspecialties that include transfusion medicine, hematopathology, coagulation, HLA/tissue typing, clinical chemistry, microbiology, cytogenetics, and molecular diagnostics. With 40 funded faculty investigators and more than $45 million of research grant support annually, our Experimental Pathology division is noted for its strengths in immunology, HIV/AIDS, molecular oncology, neuroscience, and microbial pathogenesis, as well as for fundamental cell and molecular biology. We are integral members and collaborators of Emory's renowned Vaccine Center, its cutting-edge programs in human genetics, bioinformatics, neurosciences, and biomedical engineering, and its burgeoning Winship Cancer Institute. With major international programs in transfusion medicine, AIDS, and pathology education (including our groundbreaking Emory Pathology eLearning Portal (EPeP)), our Department's impact is increasingly felt worldwide.

Emory University School of Medicine - Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

Emory University Hospital Room H183 1364 Clifton Road, NE Atlanta, GA 30322, USAPathology at Emory is a vibrant, multifaceted department with nearly 100 faculty, more than 50 residents and clinical fellows, scores of postdocs and graduate students, and over 100 staff, all dedicated to our three core missions of patient care, teaching, and research on human disease. This website provides an overview of the Department, with links to information about specific faculty and programs, as well as details on how to apply to our outstanding residency program or clinical fellowships. Physicians who wish to submit specimens for diagnostic evaluation or slides for expert consultation will find the necessary forms and information here, and are also encouraged to contact us through the telephone number at the left-hand side of this screen. The word "pathology" means "the study of disease," and it describes both a specialty in clinical medicine and a field of biomedical research. In the clinical realm, pathology is the subspecialty devoted to diagnosis, either through microscopic examination of cells and tissues (called anatomic pathology) or by laboratory methods such as chemical analyses, microbiology, blood banking, tissue typing, etc (called clinical pathology). The investigative branch of pathology, called experimental pathology, covers the spectrum from laboratory research on basic cellular and molecular biology, through physiology and disease models, to drug discovery and translational research -- all with the aim of achieving better understanding of, and better treatments for, human disease. Our Department strives continually to advance pathology research and clinical practice, developing new insights, methods, and technologies through the world-class expertise of our faculty. This traditionally strong Department has grown and flourished over the past decade and is now emerging as one of the truly outstanding pathology programs in the U.S. Our Anatomic Pathology division is renowned in soft tissue, gastrointestinal, and neuropathology and has exceptional strength in a host of other areas, including genitourinary, head & neck, renal, neuro, pediatric, and cytologic pathology. Our Clinical Pathology division offers outstanding expertise in subspecialties that include transfusion medicine, hematopathology, coagulation, HLA/tissue typing, clinical chemistry, microbiology, cytogenetics, and molecular diagnostics. With 40 funded faculty investigators and more than $45 million of research grant support annually, our Experimental Pathology division is noted for its strengths in immunology, HIV/AIDS, molecular oncology, neuroscience, and microbial pathogenesis, as well as for fundamental cell and molecular biology. We are integral members and collaborators of Emory's renowned Vaccine Center, its cutting-edge programs in human genetics, bioinformatics, neurosciences, and biomedical engineering, and its burgeoning Winship Cancer Institute. With major international programs in transfusion medicine, AIDS, and pathology education (including our groundbreaking Emory Pathology eLearning Portal (EPeP)), our Department's impact is increasingly felt worldwide.

Encompass

150 Technology Pkwy Norcross, GA 30092 USAEncompass offers analytical outsourcing and consulting services to pharmaceutical, biotech and life science companies.

Encompass

Norcross, GA United StatesEncompass offers analytical outsourcing and consulting services to pharmaceutical, biotech and life science companies.

Engineering Systems Inc. (ESI)

6230 Regency Parkway Norcross, GA 30071

E & C Chemicals, Inc

211 Avenue C Carrollton, Georgia 30117E & C Services was established in 1979 as a division of the Douglas and Lomason Company. The initial intent of E & C was to recover the Phosphate value of co-product 35% Phosphoric Acid from aluminum anodizing. Trisodium Phosphate was derived from this process by a unique patented procedure. The assets of E & C Services were purchased in September 1993 by Chris Hatton and incorporated thereafter as E & C Chemicals, Inc. E & C Chemicals blends and distributes dry and wet products. These items are packaged in bags, drums, totes and tank trucks. We are located near Atlanta in Carrollton, Georgia. Our plant capabilities, rail line access, tank farm and 65,000 square foot warehouse, enables E & C to be a leader in its unique niche.

E & C Chemicals, Inc

211 Avenue C Carrollton, GA, 30117 United StatesE & C Services was established in 1979 as a division of the Douglas and Lomason Company. The initial intent of E & C was to recover the Phosphate value of co-product 35% Phosphoric Acid from aluminum anodizing. Trisodium Phosphate was derived from this process by a unique patented procedure. The assets of E & C Services were purchased in September 1993 by Chris Hatton and incorporated thereafter as E & C Chemicals, Inc. E & C Chemicals blends and distributes dry and wet products. These items are packaged in bags, drums, totes and tank trucks. We are located near Atlanta in Carrollton, Georgia. Our plant capabilities, rail line access, tank farm and 65,000 square foot warehouse, enables E & C to be a leader in its unique niche.

Emory University Cancer Genomics Shared Resource (CGSR)

201 Dowman Drive Atlanta, GA 30322 USAEmory University Cancer Genomics Shared Resource (CGSR) offers TaqMan, Illumina, Affymetrix, Beckman, and Applied Biosystems tools to support DNA/RNA extraction, microRNA expression analysis, and genotyping services.

Emory University Cancer Genomics Shared Resource (CGSR)

Atlanta, GA United StatesEmory University Cancer Genomics Shared Resource (CGSR) offers TaqMan, Illumina, Affymetrix, Beckman, and Applied Biosystems tools to support DNA/RNA extraction, microRNA expression analysis, and genotyping services.

Emory University - Emory Vaccine Center Non Human Primate Genomics Core

Rm MC1122 Yerkes National Primate Research Center 954 Gatewood Rd Atlanta, GA 30329The mission of the Yerkes Non Human Primate Genomics Core (GenCore) is to provide researchers at the YNPRC, EVC and greater Emory community with access to cutting edge high throughput genomic technologies including NextGen sequencing and microarray. The GenCore laboratory features an Illumina HiSeq1000 System and an Affymetrix 3000 Gene Chip Scanner, automated sample preparation, and Agilent Bioanalyzer. The core offers a diverse set of assays, including NextGen sequencing applications: RNAseq, targeted resequencing, ChipSeq and miRNA sequencing. The GenCore staff consists of two full time technician and one full time bioinformaticists and provides researchers with ‘start-to-finish’ service, assisting in assay design, sample preparation, quality assessment, data analysis and bioinformatics support. Ongoing projects in the GenCore laboratory include gene expression profiling of several pre-clinical HIV vaccine candidates, sequencing of primate malaria species and the genome sequencing of the sooty mangabey monkey species.

Elan Drug Technologies

Gainesville, GA, USAElan Drug Technologies provides dosage form development, drug delivery systems, drug development, and encapsulation.

Emory University - Emory Vaccine Center Immunology/Flow Cytometry Core

201 Dowman Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30322 USAThe Flow Cytometry Core at the Emory Vaccine Center makes the highly versatile technology of Flow Cytometry available to the EVC and the Emory Community. The mission of the Flow Core is to provide sorting, analysis, experiment consultation, and instrument training. There are several instruments through out the EVC ranging from simple analog analyzers to digital sorters/analyzers. Analytical flow cytometry is used by the researcher to determine characteristics of subsets of cells or even single cells. Cell sorting is provided for both Bio-Safety level 2 and Bio-Safety level 3 samples. Sorting of cells is useful in the characterization of a particular subset of cells. These cells can then be manipulated in various ways by the investigator for a multitude of purposes.

Emory University - Emory Vaccine Center Virology and Molecular Biomarkers Core

201 Dowman Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30322 USAThe primary purpose of the Virology and Molecular Biomarkers Core is to provide standardized, highly sensitive viral quantification and characterization services at an economy of scale that are critical for the success of basic, translational, and clinical scientists in the Emory/Atlanta AIDS research community. The ultimate goal of the Core is to facilitate AIDS research programs aimed at understanding pathogenesis, preventing infection, and ultimately eradicating HIV. The Core has two primary laboratories that provide a comprehensive resource to support virology studies at any point along the spectrum of HIV/AIDS research, from Basic Science to Vaccine Development. The preclinical laboratory is located at Yerkes National Primate Research Center and provides a broad spectrum of virological and gene expression assays for investigators studying SIV/SHIV infection in nonhuman primates. The clinical laboratory is located at Woodruff Memorial building and provides HIV viral load quantification as well as assays related to HIV-associated diseases.

Emory University - Emory Vaccine Center Virology and Molecular Biomarkers Core

201 Dowman Drive Atlanta, GA, 30307 United StatesThe primary purpose of the Virology and Molecular Biomarkers Core is to provide standardized, highly sensitive viral quantification and characterization services at an economy of scale that are critical for the success of basic, translational, and clinical scientists in the Emory/Atlanta AIDS research community. The ultimate goal of the Core is to facilitate AIDS research programs aimed at understanding pathogenesis, preventing infection, and ultimately eradicating HIV. The Core has two primary laboratories that provide a comprehensive resource to support virology studies at any point along the spectrum of HIV/AIDS research, from Basic Science to Vaccine Development. The preclinical laboratory is located at Yerkes National Primate Research Center and provides a broad spectrum of virological and gene expression assays for investigators studying SIV/SHIV infection in nonhuman primates. The clinical laboratory is located at Woodruff Memorial building and provides HIV viral load quantification as well as assays related to HIV-associated diseases.

Emory University School of Medicine

1365B Clifton Rd NE Atlanta, GA 30322Emory University School of Medicine provides imaging, DNA and RNA sequencing, profiling and extraction, electron microscopy, flow cytometry, proteomics, transgenic mouse, genotyping, methylation analysis, and biomarker services.

Emory University - Emory Vaccine Center Tetramer Core

201 Dowman Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30322 USAThe Tetramer Core serves federally approved investigators throughout the U.S. who require customized tetramer reagents for immunologic studies. Under contract by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the Tetramer Core develops tetramer reagents that are not available from commercial sources. Tetramers are molecular complexes that can be engineered to bind only to specific types of immune cells – for instance, T-cells that respond to a particular disease-causing agent. Because the tetramers are linked to fluorescent markers, the immune cells of interest can be easily and quickly counted and sorted, thus providing investigators with precise measures of immune response.

Emory+Children's Pediatric Research Center - Flow Cytometry Core

1760 Haygood Drive Northeast Atlanta, GA, 30322 United StatesPediatric Flow Cytometry Core provides cytometry services for the analysis and sorting of cells as well as expert consultation for experimental design and planning. The Flow Cytometry Core offers access to several state of the art analytical flow cytometers as well as high-speed cell sorting. Training and technical expertise is available to enable our users to improve the quality and scope of their research. Contact Aaron Rae or Bridget Neary for questions. The Flow Cytometry Core also offers immunological-based assay services, please contact core director David Archer for questions. To Register for an account in the Pediatric Flow Cytometry Core please click here.* For training information please click here. * Access to instrumentation will be ganted after training or an induction has been completed. Flow Cytometry Core Equipment BD FACS Canto II Flow Cytometer - Lab E-362, HSRB BD LSRII Flow Cytometer - Lab E-362, HSRB BD LSRII Flow Cytometer - Lab E-362, HSRB BD FACS Aria II Cell Sorter - Lab E-362A, HSRB Imagestream X Mark II - Lab E-362, HSRB Miltenyi AutoMACS Pro - Whitehead, RM 655 Luminex 100 Analyzer - Lab E-362, HSRB CTL-ImmunoSpot-S6 Micro Analyzer (ELISPOT Reader) - E-480, HSRB Operator-assisted cell sorting is available on a FACS Aria II and FACS Jazz Cell Sorters as well as operator-assisted use of the Luminex. Cell enrichment can also be performed on the AutoMACS Pro for magnetic cell separation. For all other instruments users can be trained to use the core equipment. The core is located in E-362 in the Heath Science Research Building and is accessible to researchers 24/7 by keycard.

FOB Synthesis

3400 Cobb International Blvd. Kennesaw, GA 30152 USAFOB Synthesis focuses on drug discovery and custom synthesis.

FOB Synthesis

Kennesaw, GA United StatesFOB Synthesis focuses on drug discovery and custom synthesis.

Fang Chemicals, Inc.

PO BOX 1742 | Carrollton, GA 30112Fang Chemicals, Inc. was founded in 1987, originally specializing in distributing chemical Bright-Dip solutions (phosphoric-nitric acid) for the aluminum anodizing industry. Today, Fang Chemicals has grown into an international chemical company specializing in distributing and marketing phosphoric acid, phosphorous acid, and other phosphorus chemicals. Fang Chemicals is headquartered in Carrollton, Georgia, USA, with sale offices established in the US, China, and Taiwan. Fang Chemicals has also established a liquid terminal in Savannah, Georgia, USA, for receiving cargo vessels and ISO tanks. The company has acid distribution points from Savannah and Carrollton, Georgia and Houston, Texas. As our capabilities evolve in this global economy, we're looking for committed distributors to partner with us in fulfilling the world's increasing demand for phosphoric acid and related chemicals. If your business requires a reliable supply of phosphoric acid or phosphorous acid.

Fang Chemicals, Inc.

PO BOX 1742 Carrolton, GA, 30112 United StatesFang Chemicals, Inc. was founded in 1987, originally specializing in distributing chemical Bright-Dip solutions (phosphoric-nitric acid) for the aluminum anodizing industry. Today, Fang Chemicals has grown into an international chemical company specializing in distributing and marketing phosphoric acid, phosphorous acid, and other phosphorus chemicals. Fang Chemicals is headquartered in Carrollton, Georgia, USA, with sale offices established in the US, China, and Taiwan. Fang Chemicals has also established a liquid terminal in Savannah, Georgia, USA, for receiving cargo vessels and ISO tanks. The company has acid distribution points from Savannah and Carrollton, Georgia and Houston, Texas. As our capabilities evolve in this global economy, we're looking for committed distributors to partner with us in fulfilling the world's increasing demand for phosphoric acid and related chemicals. If your business requires a reliable supply of phosphoric acid or phosphorous acid.

FlowApps

1961 Hw. 42 North McDonough, GA 30253 USAFlow Applications (FlowApps) specializes in phagocytic assays such as: 1: Pneumococcal antibody assays 2: Bio-Defense bacterial vaccine assays 3: Monoclonal antibody assays

Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc.

33 Gilmer Street SE Atlanta, GAThe Georgia State University Research Foundation (GSURF) is a Georgia nonprofit corporation, which was created to support the research activities of the university through securing gifts, contributions and grants from individuals, private organizations, and public agencies and in obtaining contracts with such individuals or entities for the performance of sponsored research, development, or other programs by the university. Research grants awarded to the foundation are then provided to the university, which is responsible for the fiscal administration of the grants. The foundation is currently managed by a board comprised of 11 directors. Seven directors are members of the board by virtue of their responsibilities at the university and four remaining directors are elected annually, as follows: one dean, elected annually by the Dean’s Group of Georgia State University; two members of the Georgia State University Senate Research Committee, elected annually by that committee; and a member of the university’s faculty, elected annually by the Georgia State University Senate Research Committee. Other members of the foundation board may be elected at any time by the affirmative vote of a majority of board members, or as authorized by resolution of the board. The directors serve on the board for unlimited terms as long as they are in good standing at the university.

Georgia Southern University Child Development Center

789 Forest Drive (Bldg #219) P.O. Box 8021 Statesboro, Georgia 30460Our classrooms are staffed with experienced teachers educated in the fields of child development and early childhood education. The Child Development Center is housed within the School of Human Ecology, in the College of Health and Human Sciences. Our center serves children from age 6 weeks to 5 years old and provides an enriching environment for young children and their parents. We focus on the physical, cognitive, social, emotional and creative development of the child. The CDC serves as a training program for students majoring in child development and provides rich opportunities for the observation of children and for research.

Georgia Regents University Tumor Tissue and Serum Repository

1191 Cancer Research Center 1410 Laney Walker Blvd. Augusta, GA 30912The GRU Cancer Center Tumor Tissue and Serum Repository, were established with support from the Georgia Cancer Coalition (GCC). The repository collection includes a variety of specimen types, such as tumor tissue and cells, blood and other biofluids as well as normal specimens used as controls. The Biorepository also acts as a state-wide biorepository with samples being collected from 14 participating sites in the state of Georgia (the Bio-Repository Alliance of Georgia for Oncology or BRAG-Onc). The quality of all specimens are reviewed by a trained pathologist, and the information is captured in the tumor bank’s database. The tissue bank provides human specimens and laboratory services for basic and translational research to further the understanding of the cellular and molecular pathogenesis of human cancers.

Georgia Centers of Innovation - Center of Innovation for Agribusiness

2360 Rainwater Road Tifton, GA, 31793 United StatesThe Center of Innovation for Agribusiness provides the technical industry expertise, collaborative research and partnerships to help the industry connect, compete and grow globally. As Georgia’s leading industry, agribusiness represents more than $75 billion in total economic impact and employs more than 375,000. Georgia leads the nation in the production of poultry-related products, pecans, peanuts and blueberries and is home to two agricultural research universities in Fort Valley State University and the University of Georgia. Major agricultural equipment manufacturers have operations in Georgia and the state has benefited greatly from a robust agritourism market. With focus areas in emerging and novel crops, food business development, and precision agriculture, the Center supports Georgia’s agriculture industry and enables companies to access high-growth opportunities for increased success.

Georgia Eye Bank

5605 Glenridge Drive NE Suite 250 Atlanta, GA, 30342 United StatesGeorgia Eye Bank recovers, processes, and provides donor eye tissue for eye surgeries and eye research studies and promotes and provides education pertaining to eye donation. With its main office and laboratory in the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia Eye Bank continues to serve the entire state of Georgia and also provides tissue for recipients throughout the United States and around the world.

Georgia Institute of Technology Parker H. Petit IBB Biomechanics Core

315 Ferst Dr. NW Atlanta, GA 30332-0363The Biomechanics Core Facility conducts mechanical analysis and testing of biological and engineered materials. Static and dynamic mechanical characterization is performed in this facility through various modes of testing (compressive, tensile, torsional, flexural, fatigue, etc). Research applications include trabecular bone microdamage, mechanical integrity of bone repair and fracture calluses, hydrogel material properties, thin film characterization, and biomedical device testing.

Georgia Institute of Technology Parker H. Petit IBB Cellular Analysis Core

315 Ferst Dr. NW Atlanta, GA 30332-0363The cell is the basic unit of the organism. Cellular Analysis involves the characterization of cell populations using fluid based transport systems. In the Coulter Multisizer, impedance is used to size and count cells as well as particles as they pass the through the orifice of an aperture. Flow Cytometry characterizes cell populations based on their light scatter and fluorescence properties. Using this information, cell subpopulations can be physically sorted into tubes, multi-well plates and on slides (See Sample Preparation Core).

Georgia Institute of Technology Parker H. Petit IBB Microcomputed Tomography Core

315 Ferst Dr. NW Atlanta, GA 30332-0363Micro-computed tomography (micro-CT) is an X-ray imaging technique used for high resolution, nondestructive assessment of materials including musculoskeletal tissues and engineered biomaterials. Research applications include fracture healing, skeletal phenotyping, segmental bone defect repair, age-related effects on bone, joint degeneration, vascular remodeling, developmental biology, and microstructure of materials. The micro-CT lab is home to four micro-CT systems and a cluster of workstations to perform scanner operations, image reconstruction and quantitative analysis, and 3D visualization. There are two live animal scanners. The Scanco vivaCT 40, has a maximum field of view (FOV) of 38mm diameter and is capable of imaging live rodents and ex vivo specimens at 10-38um voxel resolutions. The Siemens Inveon has maximum FOV of 10cm and is capable of imaging live animals and specimens at 20-100um voxel resolutions. Additionally, there are two specimen only scanners. The Scanco uCT 40 has maximum FOV 36mm and is capable of voxel resolutions between 6 and 38um. The Scanco uCT 50 has maximum FOV 50mm and is capable of voxel resolutions between 0.5 and 50um. The power of these systems lies in the ability for users to extract quantitative morphometric and density data along with 3D models of their specimens. Some of the applications areas that have been impacted include assessing bone regeneration in large bone defects in vivo, quantifying trabecular bone microdamage, assessing bone repair in fracture healing models, and in vitro cell-mediated mineral growth on scaffolds. Though the systems were originally designed to measure hard tissues such as bone, the technology can also be used in conjunction with contrast agents in applications such as measuring degradative changes in articular cartilage and analyzing vascular remodeling after injury.

Genova Diagnostics

3425 Corporate Way Duluth, GA 30096 USA

Georgia Institute of Technology Parker H. Petit IBB Magnetic Resonance Imaging Core

315 Ferst Dr. NW Atlanta, GA 30332-0363NMRI-MR is a core facility for high resolution. MRI studies with the following focus: Molecular imaging, cardiac imaging, development of new contrast agents, biomedical engineering Bruker Pharmascan 7T with the following features: * 7T superconducting magnet, with a bore of 160 mm. * Gradient system (i.d. 90 mm). The maximum Gradient strength is 300 mT/m. * RF resonator (i.d. 38 mm) optimized for the study of small rodents. * RF resonator (i.d. 60 mm) for the study of larger objects. * Transmit/Receive Surface coil (16 mm) for the study of small areas on large objects. * Animal beds and anesthesia unit. * Animal monitoring system. NMRI-MR is a core facility within the Georgia Institute of Technology. It is open to all researchers within the Georgia Tech community. Assistance and training may be requested, however it must be scheduled at least one week in advance. Rates: instrument time: $110 per hour assistance:$80 per hour NMRI-MR is also open for research conducted outside of Georgia Tech. Please inquire about rates.

Georgia Institute of Technology Parker H. Petit IBB Biomolecular Analysis Core

315 Ferst Dr. NW Atlanta, GA 30332-0363Biomolecules form the basis of life. Biomolecular Analysis involves the characterization of polymeric biomolecules such as DNA, RNA, protein, carbohydrates and lipids as well as single biomolecules. Some of the techniques that are available include absorbance spectroscopy, fluorimetry, luminometry, gel electrophoresis, capillary electrophoresis, and analytical high performance liquid chromatography. Results generated by either 1D or 2D gel electrophoresis can be acquired and analyzed via fluorescence and phosphor storage imagers. Mass spectrometry is covered in detail in a separate section.

Georgia Southern University Nanomaterial Research Lab

Carruth Building, 1001B Department of Mechanical Engineering Georgia Southern University Statesboro, GA 30460Welcome to the website of Dr. Mujibur Khan’s research group at the Nanomaterials Research Laboratory. Our group is involved in research related to the synthesis and characterization of novel nanoscale functional materials. Our investigations are focused on harnessing the superior physical and transport properties of nanomaterials to produce advanced materials for biomedical, structural and energy applications. Some of the major research projects currently being undertaken by our group are: Synthesis of biocompatible core-shell nanofibers for targeted and controlled-release drug delivery applications. Development of a novel CO2 capture system based on nanofibrous membranes functionalized with adsorbent nanoparticles. Solution spinning of high performance hybrid nanocomposite microfibers for structural applications. Investigation of multifunctional thermoelectric ceramic nanocomposite materials for structural health monitoring applications. Nanofibers High Performance Fibers Thermoelectric Nanocomposites

Georgia State University NMR Spectroscopy Facility

33 Gilmer Street SE Atlanta, GAThe GSU NMR Research Facility is dedicated to providing campus wide access to sophisticated NMR spectroscopy instrumentation. The facility’s focus is to provide NMR technical expertise and support, and engage in collaborative research and consultation, promoting interdisciplinary discovery and innovative thinking within the campus and the capital community. Currently, the facility operates Bruker Avance III HD 600MHz, Bruker Avance III 400MHz, and Bruker Avance 400MHz spectrometers. The Bruker Avance III HD 600MHz NMR is equipped with triple resonance probe. It is dedicated to macromolecular research such as proteins, peptides, oligonucleotides, lipids, and carbohydrates. Both the Bruker AVIII 400MHz and AV 400MHz NMR spectrometers are equipped with BBFO probes where the broadband channel can observe frequencies from 109Ag to 19F. The two Bruker 400 MHz spectrometers are used primarily for the analysis of small molecules.

Georgia State University Mass Spectrometry Facility

50 Decatur St SE (at GSU), Atlanta, GA 30303The Mass Spectrometry Facility at Georgia State University is a research resource to provide modern instrumentations and expertise in the analysis of chemical and biological molecules with state-of-the-art mass spectrometers. The Facility operates six instruments including a Waters Micromass Q-TOF micro (ESI-Q-TOF) with a Waters nanoAcquity UPLC- and an alliance HPLC, Bruker-Daltonis UletraflexeXtreme MALDI TOF-TOF–tissue imaging, a Shimadzu QP5050A GC-EIMS, an ABSciex API 3200 (ESI(APCI)-Triple Quadruple) with an Agilent 1200 HPLC, a Thermo Scientific LTQ- Orbitrap Elite coupled with Thermo Scientific Dionex UltiMate 3000 RSLCnano UPLC, and an Agilent 1100 series II LC-CE-MSD. The Facility can usually perform routine low-resolution analysis by EI, CI, ESI, nanoSpray, APCI and MALDI of small organic molecules and large biological molecules such as peptides, proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, oligosaccharides, polymers etc. The Facility also routinely conducts exact mass and elemental composition determination, tandem (MS/MS) experiments and GC and LC separations with MS detection as requested by researchers.

Genesis Biosciences

696 Winer Industrial Way Lawrenceville, GA 30046Genesis Biosciences offers fermentation and microbial products and services.

Georgia Southern University Center for Addiction Recovery

Hendricks Hall 501 Forest Drive Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health Statesboro, GA 30460The Center for Addiction Recovery at Georgia Southern University serves students in long-term recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction. Every semester, the 40 students who comprise our community attend weekly seminars and receive a variety of benefits.

Georgia Institute of Technology Parker H. Petit IBB High Throughput DNA Sequencing

315 Ferst Dr. NW Atlanta, GA 30332-0363The sequencing core at Georgia Tech houses an Illumina HiSeq 2500, a state-of-the-art machine capable of ultra-high-throughput sequencing that can be used in various facets of biological sciences. The core provides its services to all Georgia Tech labs, academic collaborators and research groups from industrial settings. The services offered are DNA, RNA as well as exome library preparation and sequencing with fast turn-around time and guaranteed high quality data.

Georgia Institute of Technology Parker H. Petit IBB Neuroscience Core

315 Ferst Dr. NW Atlanta, GA 30332-0363The Neuro Design Suite (NDS), a state-of-the-art facility for neuroscience research consisting of three major rigs, allow researchers to perform manual and/or automated in vitro, in vivo patch clamping and in vivo extracellular electrophysiology recordings. The Q-Scientifica SliceScope within the in vitro patch clamping rig is a compact upright microscope equipped with fully-motorized fixed stage, various electrode manipulators, a wide range of Olympus objectives and LED system (780 nm) to meet the demands of electrophysiology study. The electromagnetically shielded in vivo extracellular electrophysiology rig is constructed with various elements such as Zesis surgical microscopes, impressive 128-channel Tucker Davis Technologies data acquisition system (RZ2), Kopf stereotaxic frames and DC temperature controllers to enable stable, reliable and high-quality recordings. A complete LED driver system (Thorlabs) was equipped to this rig as well to facilitate optogenetic in vivo experiment. Automatic patch clamping devices (autopatchers) are also attached to both in vitro and in vivo patch clamping rigs to obtain high yield and high quality whole cell recordings. A mini surgery station, equipped with various types of stereotaxic systems, advanced anesthesia incubation chamber and isoflurane vaporizers, is also available for facilitating in vivo electrophysiology experiments.

Georgia Institute of Technology Parker H. Petit IBB Systems Mass Spectrometry Core

EBB-1 building, Room 2032/2034 950 Atlantic Drive, NW Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 30332-2000The Mission of Georgia Tech's Systems Mass Spectrometry Center is to provide Georgia Tech Researchers with state-of-the-art scientific and technical support in modern proteomics and metabolomics. This requires a commitment to developing, implementing, and optimizing cutting-edge methodologies and instrumentation. In addition, we believe a strong commitment to educating GA Tech researchers is important.

Georgia Institute of Technology Parker H. Petit IBB Optical Microscopy Core

315 Ferst Dr. NW Atlanta, GA 30332-0363The Optical Microscopy Core provides state-of-the-art microscopy tools to Georgia Tech researchers and surrounding academic and industry community. Expert training and consultation is available from the core staff on all of our systems including point scanning confocal, spinning disk confocal, 2-photon, super-resolution, lightsheet, darkfield and widefield systems. Imaging plate reader and a laser capture micro-dissection system are available in the Biomolecular Analysis Core. For more information, please contact our core lab staff.Microscopes in the Petit Institute (IBB) building are scheduled using the iLab Solutions System. Microscopes housed in the Engineered Biosystems Building are scheduled using the Shared User Management System (SUMS).

Georgia Health Sciences University

1120 Fifteenth Street Augusta, GA 30912 USAGeorgia Health Sciences University, home of the Medical College of Georgia, offers its research cores to provide animal behavioral studies, proteomics, genomics, flow cytometry, histology, and transgenic services.

Georgia Institute of Technology Parker H. Petit IBB Biopolymer Core

950 Atlantic Drive, EBB 5011 Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 30332-2000The purpose of the Biopolymer Characterization core is to assist users and provide them with the appropriate instrumentation to perform their analytical experiments within the wide range of protein and other biopolymer characterization. We target all disciplines that have an interest or quest to analyze their samples and assist both in equipment training and setup as well as experimental design. Our core features equipment that range from Biotek H4 Synergy plate readers with fluorescence and luminescence capabilities, Chiroscan CD spectrophotometry, AktaPure protein and peptide purification system, HPLC, DLS light scattering both for single and plate use to more specialized equipment such as a stopped flow spectrometer, a SEC-MALLS system and a analytical ultracentrifuge.

Georgia Institute of Technology Parker H. Petit IBB Histology Core

315 Ferst Dr. NW Atlanta, GA 30332-0363Histology allows the visualization, identification and the qualitative and quantitative analysis of cellular and tissue morphology. One of its primary mission is to serve as a training platform for students. Students are trained by a certified histologist to perform their own work. The histologist is also available to complete projects for labs. Depending on the pending projects and workload, outside projects are considered on a case by case basis. The IBB Sample Analysis Lab is presently equipped to perform the following services: *Cryoprocessing of soft tissue and tissue contructs *Cryosectioning *Processing of soft tissue constructs for paraffin embedding *Paraffin sectioning *Methyl methacrylate embedding of bone and hard tissues *Generation of hard tissue and undecalcified bone sections *Hematoxylin and eosin staining used for visualization of general tissue morphology *Special stains used for the visualization of specific cells, tissues, or their components *Immunohistochemistry used for the localization of proteins

Georgia State University Transgenic and Gene Targeting Core

701 Petit Science Center 100 Piedmont Ave SE Atlanta, GA 30303Welcome to the Transgenic and Gene Targeting Core (TGT Core) at Georgia State University. The TGT Core is a research resource for investigators at Georgia State University as well as surrounding institutions to produce genetically engineered animal models.

Georgia State University Neuroscience Core Facility

Parker Petit Science Center Corner of Decatur and Piedmont Ave. 100 Piedmont Ave, Atlanta, Georgia 30045The Neuroscience Core Facility helps faculty, staff scientists, and student researchers perform biological assays (RIA, ELISA, EIA, Protein Assays, etc.), histology (IHC, ISH, autoradiography, Tissue Sectioning), experimental design and analysis, and other laboratory operations, methods, and procedures including laboratory safety. The Neuroscience Core Facility and Staff provides not only access to space, equipment, and supplies, but also expert consultation and training. Mary Karom, the Neuroscience Core Facility laboratory supervisor, tailors services to meet the needs of individual researchers and teams, whether for a single experiment, or a start-to-finish coordinated research project.

Georgia Southern University CEIT Materials Research Laboratory

1332 Southern Drive Statesboro, Georgia 30458

Georgia State University Environmental Research Lab

33 Gilmer Street SE Atlanta, GAThe Environmental Research Laboratory (ERL) is a facility providing advanced analytic capabilities to researchers, students, and others in the Georgia State University community and beyond. The mission of ERL is to provide the highest quality analytic data to support environmental and other related investigations. Our scientific staff will work with you as needed to optimize resources using our array of instrumentation. Instruments have been acquired from a number of sources, which we gratefully acknowledge, including the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Geological Survey, and Georgia State University. If you don’t see the service you need, please contact us as we may have other resources available.

GeneCure

3150 Corners North Court Norcross GA, 30071 USAGeneCure Biotechnologies is an emerging biotechnology company focused on using its novel gene transfer technology to develop treatments for life-threatening human diseases, including genetic diseases, infectious diseases, and cancers. GeneCure has developed a unique technology to effectively deliver genes into human cells, and this technology will be employed to deliver therapeutic genes into humans as treatment and / or prevention. GeneCure's platform technology for gene transfer is based on a primate lentivirus, which has the ability to efficiently transfer genes into primary human cells yet cause no harm in humans-----the major hurdle for current gene therapy protocols. One of applications for GeneCure's platform technology is to develop novel vaccine approaches for several infectious diseases and cancers. GeneCure's lead product is a therapeutic HIV-1 vaccine for HIV-1 positive patients.

Georgia State University Center for Advanced Brain Imaging

831 Marietta St NW Atlanta, GA 30318The Georgia State / Georgia Tech Center for Advanced Brain Imaging is located in midtown Atlanta. Our 3-Tesla Siemens Trio Magnetic Resonance Imaging system allows us to investigate brain function and structure.

Georgia Institute of Technology

Biomedical Engineering, 950 Atlantic Drive United States Atlanta, GA, 30332-0001 United States

Huber Engineered Materials

10322 Highway 53, Marble Hill, GA 30148Huber Engineered Materials (HEM) is a global leader in industrial chemical manufacturing and is continuously innovating and transforming to exceed client expectations and industry standards. HEM prides itself on superior customer and technical service, while focusing on creating, developing and manufacturing superior engineered specialty ingredients. All of our industrial chemical manufacturing is executed to enhance the performance, appeal and processing of a broad range of products used in industrial, paper and consumer-based applications.

Huber Engineered Materials

10322 Highway 53 Marble Hill, GA, 30148 United StatesHuber Engineered Materials (HEM) is a global leader in industrial chemical manufacturing and is continuously innovating and transforming to exceed client expectations and industry standards. HEM prides itself on superior customer and technical service, while focusing on creating, developing and manufacturing superior engineered specialty ingredients. All of our industrial chemical manufacturing is executed to enhance the performance, appeal and processing of a broad range of products used in industrial, paper and consumer-based applications.

Hunton & Williams

Bank of America Plaza, Suite 4100 600 Peachtree Street, NE Atlanta, GA 30308 USAHunton & Williams provides legal consultation in the regulatory nature of the food and drug industry as well as other disciplines of the law.

Immucor

3130 Gateway Drive Northwest Norcross, GA 30071Immucor provides immunohematology reagents, data management software, and automated instruments.

Immucor

Norcross, GA United StatesImmucor provides immunohematology reagents, data management software, and automated instruments.

Lee Laboratories

1475 Athens Highway Grayson, GA 30017 USALee Laboratories, a fully-owned subsidiary of BD, offers reagents and services for diagnostics and inflammation research.

Lena Biosciences, Inc.

311 Ferst Drive Atlanta, GA, 30318 United StatesLena Biosciences offers advancedin vitro drug testing and cell therapy services based on proprietary PerfusionPal, Blood Substitute and SeedEZ technologies: DRUG METABOLISM AND DDI Advantages: 10x higher CYP3A4 activity in primary human hepatocytes than in 2D. https://www.lenabio.com/science.html TOXICITY Advantages: Hepatotoxicity testing in perfused 3D liver models for physiologically relevant short-term and long-term DILI. Off-target toxicity testing of cell therapies in vitro using co-cultures of 3D human organoids and activated immune cells. Cytotoxicity testing using a client's cells. EFFICACY IN PERFUSED 3D TUMOR MODELS Advantages: Efficacy testing in vascularized tumors that are more representative of a patient's tumor at the time of treatment. TISSUE MODELS Advantages: Custom development of 3D tissue models using co-cultures of primary cells or cell lines based on your specifications, or using cells provided by you.

Lena Biosciences, Inc.

311 Ferst Drive Atlanta, GA, 30318 United StatesLena Biosciences offers advancedin vitro drug testing and cell therapy services based on proprietary PerfusionPal, Blood Substitute and SeedEZ technologies: DRUG METABOLISM AND DDI Advantages: 10x higher CYP3A4 activity in primary human hepatocytes than in 2D. https://www.lenabio.com/science.html TOXICITY Advantages: Hepatotoxicity testing in perfused 3D liver models for physiologically relevant short-term and long-term DILI. Off-target toxicity testing of cell therapies in vitro using co-cultures of 3D human organoids and activated immune cells. Cytotoxicity testing using a client's cells. EFFICACY IN PERFUSED 3D TUMOR MODELS Advantages: Efficacy testing in vascularized tumors that are more representative of a patient's tumor at the time of treatment. TISSUE MODELS Advantages: Custom development of 3D tissue models using co-cultures of primary cells or cell lines based on your specifications, or using cells provided by you.

Labcat

54 Traditions WayLabCat provides consulting in the areas of collection, analysis and reporting of data during the pre-clinical phases of pharmaceutical, agrochemical, and biotech product development.

Luminomics, Inc.

1120 15th Street, CA-2105 Augusta, GA 30912Luminomics Inc., (Augusta, GA) creates degenerative disease models in zebrafish that reveal how particular cells and tissue types regenerate in vertebrates. Moreover, our disease models enable high-throughput genetic and pharmacological screens that solve the problem of identifying candidate drug targets rapidly and efficiently. Our patented transgenic zebrafish model system provides a unique platform for the discovery of molecular pathways that stimulate cell type specific regeneration. Elucidation of these pathways facilitates informed drug screens that focus on discrete families of molecules - dramatically decreasing the time and cost of drug discovery. Furthermore, insights into the genetic pathways employed to regenerate discrete cell types will be directly applicable to the field of stem cell therapeutics. Drugs that are capable of promoting cell type specific regeneration in humans will represent actual cures for degenerative diseases and conditions. Our in-house emphasis is on neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Disease. However, our platform is applicable to any degenerative disease or condition. Accordingly, we are actively pursuing partnerships with other companies interested in the problem of degenerative disease in order to provide them with model systems and/or screening services specifically designed to meet their drug discovery needs.

Morehouse School of Medicine Biomedical Technology Services Laboratory

720 Westview Drive Atlanta, GA 30310The Biomedical Technology Service Laboratory (BTSL) is divided into seven labs housing multiuse equipment and a monoclonal/polyclonal antibody production lab. Housed within seven laboratories, located throughout the Westview campus, are small and large multiuse equipment such as plate readers, ultracentrifuges, spectrophotometers. Group and one-on-one instruction in the use of this instrumentation is offered by core personnel. Also offered within these labs are general reagents such as dry ice and liquid nitrogen, ultra freezer space, and support for technique/protocol development. Also housed within the BTSL is amonoclonal and polyclonal antibody production lab. Examples of antibodies made by this lab include but are not limited to: antibodies against conjugated synthetic peptides, chemokines, cytokines, cellular antigens, viral proteins, protein bands excised from PAGE gels.

Mikart

1750 Chattahoochee Avenue Atlanta, GA 30318 USAMikart offers formulation development, contract manufacturing and packaging services to the pharmaceutical industry.

Mikart

Atlanta, GA United StatesMikart offers formulation development, contract manufacturing and packaging services to the pharmaceutical industry.

Medical Affairs Company

125 Townpark Drive Kennesaw, GA, 30144 United States

Morehouse School of Medicine Biological Manipulation Core

720 Westview Drive Atlanta, GA 30310The Biological Manipulation Core is the newest addition to the RCMI Research Core Facility. The NIH/NIMHD $10 million renovation grant, which has helped to transform the research infrastructure here at MSM, was instrumental in bringing this core online. The Core is comprised of three primary labs: -Microvesicle -Stem Cell -Zebrafish Microvesicle Lab offers technical expertise in the isolation and purification of microvesicles and in their analysis. Stem Cell Lab offers consultative service to investigators interested in adult or embryonic stem cell research including induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) from human and various animals. Zebrafish Lab, as a model system, offers a powerful combination of low cost, rapid in vivo analysis and complex vertebrate biology.

myGenomics

11535 Park Woods Circle United States Alpharetta, GA, 30005 United StatesmyGenomics, located in Atlanta, Georgia, offers Next Generation Sequencing services on the Illumina platforms as well as library preparation and Sanger sequencing services. The mission of myGenomics is to make clinical testing available to people with rare genetic conditions. Our team of scientists each have more than fifteen years of expertise in the field and can provide consultation to help design your NGS project in the most efficient way possible. All services are performed on site in the USA to ensure quick turnaround time and technical support.

Metametrix

Atlanta, GA United StatesMetametrix provides nutritional, metabolic, and toxicant testing, as well as clinical testing.

MedSupply Partners

3715 Atlanta Industrial Pkwy, Ste B Atlanta, GA, 30331 United StatesMedSupply Partners has been providing quality laboratory equipment, consumables, scientific products and chemicals since 2003. Our managing partners bring over 25 years of industry experience to MedSupply Partners. Our experience and commitment to service has enabled us to become a trusted source for a wide variety of research products. We are constantly striving for improvement. Please contact us if you have any suggestions as to how we can improve our lab supply business, products or service.

MVA Scientific Consultants

3300 Breckinridge Blvd Ste 400 Duluth, GA, 30096 United StatesMVA Scientific Consultants provides analytical testing using electron and light microscopy.

Mercer University

1501 Mercer University Drive Macon, GA 31207Mercer University is one of America’s oldest and most distinctive institutions of higher learning, offering rigorous programs that span the undergraduate liberal arts to doctoral level degrees. Founded by early 19th century Baptists, Mercer — while no longer formally denominationally affiliated — remains committed to an educational environment that embraces the historic Baptist principles of intellectual and religious freedom, while affirming values that arise from a Judeo-Christian understanding of the world. With more than 8,500 students enrolled in 12 schools and colleges on campuses in Macon, Atlanta and Savannah; three medical school sites in Macon, Savannah and Columbus; and at three Regional Academic Centers around the state, Mercer is consistently ranked among the nation’s leading institutions by such publications as U.S. News & World Report, which in 2014 named Mercer as the No. 1 Best Value in the South. Our more than 76,000 alumni are making important contributions to their professions and communities throughout Georgia, the Southeast and the world.

Mercer University

1501 Mercer University Drive Macon, GA, 31207 United StatesMercer University is one of America’s oldest and most distinctive institutions of higher learning, offering rigorous programs that span the undergraduate liberal arts to doctoral level degrees. Founded by early 19th century Baptists, Mercer — while no longer formally denominationally affiliated — remains committed to an educational environment that embraces the historic Baptist principles of intellectual and religious freedom, while affirming values that arise from a Judeo-Christian understanding of the world. With more than 8,500 students enrolled in 12 schools and colleges on campuses in Macon, Atlanta and Savannah; three medical school sites in Macon, Savannah and Columbus; and at three Regional Academic Centers around the state, Mercer is consistently ranked among the nation’s leading institutions by such publications as U.S. News & World Report, which in 2014 named Mercer as the No. 1 Best Value in the South. Our more than 76,000 alumni are making important contributions to their professions and communities throughout Georgia, the Southeast and the world.

Mayo Clinic

200 First Street S.W.Mayo Clinic focuses on research in various areas of interest as well as patient care services.

Medical Association of Atlanta

1150 Lake Hearn Drive, STE 130Medical Association of Atlanta provides assay development.

Morehouse School of Medicine Gene Profiling Core

720 Westview Drive Atlanta, GA 30310The Gene Profiling Core is comprised of four primary labs: DNA Sequencing, Human Genotyping, Gene Expression and Bioinformatics. The DNA Sequencing Lab is the longest-established lab in the Gene Profiling Core, providing DNA sequence analysis to investigators involved in research utilizing molecular biology techniques. The lab uses capillary electrophoresis sequencing technology and is built around the ABI 3130xl Gene Analyzer (16-capillary) and associated software for DNA sequence analysis. The Human Genotyping Lab applies the genomic technologies to population-based research. Currently, the Human Genotyping Lab provides service on the novel SNP discovery and SNP genotyping service. The Gene Expression Lab offers an integrated Genomic-based approach for basic research problems and clinical applications. This lab provides an extensive, yet finite profile of the genes expressed in cells, tissues or organs at any given time. The Bioinformatics suite provides enterprise level bioinformatics software solutions for investigators in basic, translational, and clinical research. Bioinformatics analysis includes, but is not limited to, identification of genetic biomarkers and tangible diagnostic applications.

Morehouse School of Medicine Analytic Protein Lab

720 Westview Drive Atlanta, GA 30310Since the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, the Analytical Laboratory has operated as a shared facility between the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology and the Clinical Research Center. In addition, investigators from the NASA Space Medicine and Life Sciences Research Center at Morehouse School of Medicine also extensively used the analytical chemistry laboratory. The CRC has recently realigned and consolidated the analytical core with the proteomics core laboratories to become the Analytical and Protein-Profiling Core, a virtual umbrella or super core, similar to other institutional research cores. For both basic and clinical investigators, the Analytical and Protein Profiling Laboratory will be a multifunctional resource providing analytical consultation, help in the preparation of manuscripts and proposals as well as sample analysis. This administrative structure ensures uniformity in investigator utilization, a common platform for marketing of services, thus promoting access, and increased utilization. The revised structure also allows investigators to access and view all MSM research core labs “at a glance”. Problems arising due to variations in methods between laboratories can be avoided.

Micromeritics Analytical Services

4356 Communications Dr Norcross, Georgia, 30093 United StatesParticle Testing Authority, a Micromeritics company, specializes in the physical characterization of solid materials, ranging from nanosized particles to millimeter sized adsorbents and tablets. Our techniques are applicable in many industries including pharmaceutical, medical device, biotechnology, additive manufacturing, catalysis, batteries, adsorbent, ceramics, anyone who works with fine powders at some point in the process.

Morehouse School of Medicine Cells and Tissues Imaging Facility

223 James P. Brawley Dr, SW Atlanta, GA 30314The Cells and Tissues Imaging Facility provides a broad range of services covering many of the major structural methods used to study cells and tissues. The Core consists of four labs: histological and microscopy training for graduate students and tissue processing and collection services for the research faculty at MSM and other institutions. This facility provides a broad range of services covering many of the major structural methods used to study cells and tissues. The Core consists of four labs: -Electron Microscopy -Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting -Image Analysis -Molecular Histology Electron Microscopy Lab provides complete scanning and transmission services from specimen fixation and dehydration, to examination and documentation via darkroom photography. Flow Cytometry, FACS, and magnetic-bead cell-sorting lab houses a BD FACS Aria II and Miltenyi Biotec autoMACS Pro Seperator. Certfied BD- and Miltenyi-trained staff are available for consultation, acquiring data, or sorting cells. Image Analysis Lab provides a wide variety of options for the analysis and quantification of fluorescent probes, markers and antibodies within fixed and living cells. This lab houses a Leica TCS SP5 Confocal microscope, A DeltaVision Core Deconvolution microscope, a Tecan plate reader and a Zeiss Axioplan upright fluorescent microscope. Molecular Histology Lab is equipped to provide the following services: paraffin embedding, paraffin sections, frozen sections, immunohisto-chemical and H&E staining, and in situ hybridization.

Merial Limited

3239 Satellite Blvd #500 Duluth, GA 30096 USAMerial is a world-leading animal health company. We are on the cutting edge of product development and innovation with a proven track record in producing pharmaceutical products and vaccines for pets, production animals, horses and wildlife.

Merial Limited

3239 Satellite Blvd #500 Duluth, GA, 30096 United StatesMerial is a world-leading animal health company. We are on the cutting edge of product development and innovation with a proven track record in producing pharmaceutical products and vaccines for pets, production animals, horses and wildlife.

National Research Council of Canada (CNRC)

1200 Montreal Road, M-58National Research Council of Canada (CNRC) focuses on research in functional genomics, immunobiology, biomarkers, and offers imaging, bioinformatics, and structural biology services.

Netzsch

37 North Ave.Netzsch offers thermal characterization services.

Omega Bioservices

400 Pinnacle Way Suite 425 Norcross, GA, 30071 United StatesOmega Bioservices offers COMPLETE next generation sequencing service from DNA/RNA extraction to sequencing to bioinformatics analysis.

Omega Bioservices

400 Pinnacle Way Suite 425 Norcross, GA, 30071 United StatesOmega Bioservices offers COMPLETE next generation sequencing service from DNA/RNA extraction to sequencing to bioinformatics analysis.

Optima Chemical

200 Willacoochee Highway Douglas, GA, USAOptima Chemical provides boronic acids, custom synthesis, organic chemistry, crystallization, chemicals, and liquid extraction.

Optima Chemical

Douglas, GA United StatesOptima Chemical provides boronic acids, custom synthesis, organic chemistry, crystallization, chemicals, and liquid extraction.

Otogenetics

400 Pinnacle Way # 435 Norcross, GA 30071Otogenetics provides RNA-Seq and various DNA resequencing services, which include Exome sequencing, predefined disease gene panels, ChIP-Seq, 5hmC and 5mC-MeDIP methylation profiling, and custom target panels.

Otogenetics

4553 Winters Chapel Rd. Suite 100 Atlanta, GA, 30360 United StatesOtogenetics provides RNA-Seq and various DNA resequencing services, which include Exome sequencing, predefined disease gene panels, ChIP-Seq, 5hmC and 5mC-MeDIP methylation profiling, and custom target panels.

OCI Chemical Corporation

Five Concourse Pkwy., NE, Suite 2500 Atlanta, GA 30328-7108 USAOCI Chemical Corporation produces natural soda asha, oxygen based bleach sodium percarbonate, and hydrogen peroxide.

Ophthalmology Clinical Development Consulting

1179 Haven Brook Court, Atlanta, GA 30319Ophthalmology Clinical Development Consulting offers phase I-IV clinical research support services such as feasibility evaluation, medical monitoring and consulting.

Omni International

Kennesaw, GA United StatesOmni International develops and services homogenizers, cell disruptors, and tissue grinders.

Omni International

935-C Cobb Place Blvd. Kennesaw, GA 30144 USAOmni International develops and services homogenizers, cell disruptors, and tissue grinders.

PHENIX Research Products

73 Ridgeway RoadPHENIX Research Products offers laboratory research products including kits, consumables, reagents, and laboratory equipment.

Pharma Tech Industries

545 Old Elbert Road Royston, GA 30662 USAPharma Tech Industries (PTI) provides contract development, manufacturing and packaging.

Pharma Tech Industries

Royston, GA, 30662 United StatesPharma Tech Industries (PTI) provides contract development, manufacturing and packaging.

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

625 Old Peachtree Road NW Suwanee, GA 30024The Division of Research provides operational support, resources, intramural funding and development for research activity across all functional areas and across the both the Philadelphia and Georgia campuses. The organization provides oversight and direction for 147 specific aims in basic sciences and translational research as well as 95 specific aims in clinical, educational and psychological research projects.

Polymer Testing of St. Louis

44 Alley LanePolymer Testing of St. Louis offers polymer testing, failure analysis, thermal analysis, and physical testing services.

Pyrazine Specialties

5340 Georgia 42 Ellenwood, GA, 30294 United StatesFor almost 40 years, Pyrazine Specialties has been serving the flavor, fragrance, and pharmaceutical industry. From our modest beginnings in a small renovated duplex near the Georgia Tech campus, our focus has always been on both quality and service. Our commitment to the satisfaction of our customers has elevated Pyrazine Specialties to the position as a top supplier of flavors and fragrances to the food, perfume, and pharmaceutical industry. Our experienced sales staff is always ready to assist you with your requests. With our same-day service, our customers’ needs are our day-to-day priority. Quality and service is a certainty upon which our customers have come to rely and one upon which they can continue to rely. As we embark on this next phase of our corporate growth, we invite you to peruse the web site and to look for more to come from Pyrazine Specialties as we continue to enhance and expand our product line. In commercial production, we were “First in Pyrazines!” We are “First in Quality!” And we will always be “First in Service!”

Prism Research Group

101 John Maddox Drive, Suite BPrism Research Group offers phase I-IV clinical research services and expertise in Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, diabetes, sleeping disorders, pain disorders, ophthalmology, neurology, gastroenterology, and cardiology.

Premier Research

1800 Parkway PlacePremier Research, a midsize clinical research company, is dedicated to helping biotech, specialty pharma, and device innovators transform life-changing ideas and breakthrough science into new medical treatments. As a global company, Premier Research specializes in the use of innovative technologies for smart study design and trial management to deliver clean, conclusive data to sponsors. Whether it’s developing product lifecycle strategies, reducing clinical development cycle times, securing access to patients, navigating global regulations, maximizing the impact of limited rare disease data, or providing expertise in specific therapeutic areas, Premier Research is committed to helping its customers answer the unmet needs of patients across a broad range of medical conditions.

PanXome, LLC

950 Atlantic Drive Northwest Atlanta, GA, 30332 United StatesPanXome is software technology company with a platform which enables a broader spectrum of drug discovery than conventional computer-aided drug discovery tools. The platform is grounded in a unique approach to which combines artificial intelligence with predictive models of druggable protein targets, based on homology and ligand similarity. The platform is computationally efficient and covers 97% of the human exome, which opens a heretofore inaccessible region of target exploration and the ability to predict off-target interactions. PanXome provides the following services on a fee-for-service basis: > Target Identification - Identify target for existing compound or for a specific disease. > Virtual Ligand Screening (VLS) - Screen proprietary or public libraries for binding to a specific protein. > Off-target Interactions - De-risk molecule by predicting side effects and specific proteins causing the side effect. > Repurposing - Find alternative indications for an existing drug. > QSAR - Refinement for better binding affinity and designing away from proteins causing an unwanted side effect. PanXome is open to collaborations.

PanXome, LLC

9720 Lee Circle Gainesville, Georgia, 30506 United StatesPanXome is software technology company with a platform which enables a broader spectrum of drug discovery than conventional computer-aided drug discovery tools. The platform is grounded in a unique approach to which combines artificial intelligence with predictive models of druggable protein targets, based on homology and ligand similarity. The platform is computationally efficient and covers 97% of the human exome, which opens a heretofore inaccessible region of target exploration and the ability to predict off-target interactions. PanXome provides the following services on a fee-for-service basis: > Target Identification - Identify target for existing compound or for a specific disease. > Virtual Ligand Screening (VLS) - Screen proprietary or public libraries for binding to a specific protein. > Off-target Interactions - De-risk molecule by predicting side effects and specific proteins causing the side effect. > Repurposing - Find alternative indications for an existing drug. > QSAR - Refinement for better binding affinity and designing away from proteins causing an unwanted side effect. PanXome is open to collaborations.

Quipment SAS

2260 Northwest Parkway Southeast Suite I Marietta, GA, 30067 United StatesWhen renting medical devices at Quipment TM, you not only get your investigator sites equipped on time. You also get leading-edge tools to pilot your study equipment like never before. Quipment is setting new standards in equipment rental and management. With Quipsite®, the most integrated platform on the market, Quipment brings a unique technology that allows its customers to deploy and manage study equipment with unparalleled efficiency.

rPeptide

4241 Mars Hill Road Bogart GA 30622 USArPeptide offers recombinant proteins, isotope labeling, disease research reagents, and vector technology.

rPeptide

Bogart, GA, 30622 United StatesrPeptide offers recombinant proteins, isotope labeling, disease research reagents, and vector technology.

Radiant Research

1100 Lake Hearn Drive, Suite 360Radiant 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.

Rivendell International

Rivendell Consulting (USA) LLC.Rivendell USA 1207 Williams Street Valdosta GA 31601 USARivendell specialises in the preparation of regulatory submissions at all levels for Plant Protection (crop protection) Products (including Pesticides, Herbicides, Fungicides, Seed Treatments), Biocidal Products (including Insecticides and Rodenticides) and Industrial Chemicals, as well as the preparation of REACH submissions. In addition to this, Rivendell provides many companies with strategic advice on product development and improving market share.

RayBiotech

3607 Parkway Lane, Suite 200 Peachtree Corners, GA, 30092 United StatesRayBiotech is a leading life sciences company providing proteomic discovery tools. Your comprehensive source for protein research kits, reagents, and services. We offer full testing CRO services for all our products and offerings, full and custom assay development services, custom protein, antibody, and aptamer services, project consulting services, statistical services, and many other options for your proteomic needs.

Research Think Tank

1384 Buford Business Boulevard, NEResearch Think Tank offers dried sample transportation matrix and HIV-1 sequencing assays.

Research Concierge™

PO Box 1237 Suwanee, GA, 30024 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™

400 Pinnacle Way, STE 430 Norcross, GA, 30071 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™

3607 Parkway Lane, Suite 200 Peachtree Corners, GA, 30092 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 1671 Cumming, GA, 30028 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).

Source Bioscience

300 Town Park Drive Suite 130 Kennesaw Atlanta Georgia 30144Source BioScience is an international business providing high quality services and products to the pharma biotech, life science research and healthcare diagnostic communities.

Stradis

805 Marathon Pkwy Lawrenceville, GA 30046 USAStradis Healthcare is a custom procedure pack company serving the healthcare markets with custom solutions

Savannah State University

3219 College St. Savannah, GA 31404For 126 years, Savannah State University has been an important part of higher education. As the oldest public HBCU in Georgia and the oldest institution of higher learning in the historic city of Savannah, SSU has served this community with distinction while meeting the educational needs of an increasingly diverse student population. The 201-acre campus is by far the most picturesque in the state of Georgia. The moss-laden sweeping oak trees, expansive marsh and historic architecture create a resplendent yet tranquil atmosphere. Beneath the beauty and splendor is a vibrant residential campus bursting at the seams with the vim and vigor of quality collegiate life: relevant academic majors, engaging lectures, cutting-edge research, quality student-faculty engagement and a nurturing environment. I invite you to become a part of the SSU family. Please continue your exploration of Savannah State University - both on the Web and in person – and share our excitement.

Savannah State University

3219 College St, Savannah, , GA , 31404 United StatesFor 126 years, Savannah State University has been an important part of higher education. As the oldest public HBCU in Georgia and the oldest institution of higher learning in the historic city of Savannah, SSU has served this community with distinction while meeting the educational needs of an increasingly diverse student population. The 201-acre campus is by far the most picturesque in the state of Georgia. The moss-laden sweeping oak trees, expansive marsh and historic architecture create a resplendent yet tranquil atmosphere. Beneath the beauty and splendor is a vibrant residential campus bursting at the seams with the vim and vigor of quality collegiate life: relevant academic majors, engaging lectures, cutting-edge research, quality student-faculty engagement and a nurturing environment. I invite you to become a part of the SSU family. Please continue your exploration of Savannah State University - both on the Web and in person – and share our excitement.

Software Innovations

4844 Jackson Rd. Suite 208Software Innovations provides VoIP telephone services and software development services.

SciTech Sales

1034 Peace Drive NW, Kennesaw, GA 30152 USASciTech Sales, LLC supplies scientific and laboratory equipment.

Sorbent Technologies

5955 Peachtree Corners EastSorbent Technologies offers chromatography chemicals and lab equipments.

Sorbent Technologies

Norcross, GA United StatesSorbent Technologies offers chromatography chemicals and lab equipments.

Soap Goods

1824 Willow Trail Pkwy NW #200, Norcross, GA 30093

Soap Goods

1824 Willow Trail Pkwy. Ste 200, Norcross , GA, , 30093 United States

Saint Joseph's Translational Res. Institute

5673 peahtree Dunwoody Road NE, Suite 675 Atlanta GA 30342 USASaint Joseph's Translational Res. Institute provides precinical studies, feasibility testing, safety testing, stem cell, histology, regenerative medicine, flow cytometry, and cardiology services.

Saint Joseph's Translational Res. Institute

Atlanta, GA United StatesSaint Joseph's Translational Res. Institute provides precinical studies, feasibility testing, safety testing, stem cell, histology, regenerative medicine, flow cytometry, and cardiology services.

Service Brewing Co

574 Indian St. Savannah, GA 31401We are a veteran owned and operated craft brewery, in Savannah Georgia, dedicated to honoring those that have put their lives at risk and their country and community first. While brewing our year round beers on a large scale we maintain a small batch Research and Development division to enable experimentation and innovation using locally available ingredients to connect our farmers and consumers with our beer and our mission.

Skanda Life Sciences

1950 Spectrum Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30308 USASkanda Life Sciences aims to facilitate, encourage, aid, promote, and engage in innovative scientific research in Life sciences and related fields.

Translational, Testing and Training Laboratories, Inc. (T3 Labs)

380 Northyards Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30313Welcome to T3 Labs: Translational Testing and Training Laboratories, Inc. With 15 years of experience, our mission remains – to provide high-value preclinical testing and training services to medical device, biologics, and pharmaceutical developers and manufacturers. We work with industry and academic sponsors to improve patient care by more effectively and efficiently developing and commercializing their devices and products.

Tribiosys

200 West Street, 3rd Floor,Tribiosys provides scientific computing, clinical and information management, and validation services.

Total Therapeutic Management

300 Townpark DriveTotal Therapeutic Management provides data collection, data analysis, clinical reporting, and educational tool solutions.

Targos Molecular Pathology

3155 Northwoods Place Northwest Norcross, GA, 30071 United StatesTargos Molecular Pathology offers clinical biomarker services, molecular pathology, histopathology, immunohistochemistry, expression profiling, and microarray Services, as well as Project- Data- and Logistics Management Services under GCP CAP/CLIA conditions. Special Focus on CDx Trials. Targos Cologne has expertise in NGS Services using Illumina platforms Targos Akesogen Molecular Pathology LLC in Norcross, GA USA offers full molecular pathology services and genomic services

Tosoh Bioscience

4080 McGinnis Ferry Road, Suite 1303 Alpharetta, Georgia 30005Tosoh offers ceramic materials, fine chemicals, fluoro compounds, organic intermediates, and polymer products and services.

Truven Health

3490 Piedmont Rd NE, Ste 1110 Atlanta, GA 30305At Truven Health Analytics™, our purpose is to make healthcare better — lower costs, improved quality, better results. Simple words. Yet remarkably complex concepts. But that's not stopping us. Or our customers. Every day, we get to work with smart, passionate professionals, from every facet of the industry, as they manage change and implement strategies that will achieve exactly those outcomes. Our customers are healthcare payers and providers. In both the private and public sectors. They're researchers and suppliers. Regulators. Movers and shakers in each piece and part of the healthcare world. With this broad view of healthcare, we're able to see when new challenges are just beginning to emerge. And that's when we begin working on new solutions. Data. We're driven by it. Known for our exacting collection and secure management of data, we've worked with clinical evidence, claims, clinical, and other healthcare data for more than 40 years. We know the challenges to watch for, what to do about them — and how to recognize new ones. Like finding new ways to measure risk for providers who take on more of it, and payers who contract for it. Or integrating data to deliver the solutions today's converging healthcare interests demand. Analytics. Because data alone is just numbers and letters. The need for reliable insights from data demands proven analytics. Our methodologies and algorithms are uniformly trusted across the industry to deliver critical information that leads to confident decisions. Coupled with flexible reporting, integration, and consulting services, our sophisticated analytics enable our customers to make their part of healthcare better, faster. Domain expertise. We have it. We really have walked in our customers' shoes. We've worked in their environments. That level of understanding, plus our leading data management capabilities and advanced analytics, are why our customers turn to us as their partner to deliver quality, reduce costs, and yield greater value in healthcare.

US Department of Agriculture ARS - Southeastern Poultry Research Lab.

934 College Station Road Athens GA 30605The Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory's (SEPRL) provides solutions to national and international exotic, emerging and endemic poultry disease problems that impact poultry and potentially human health. The research program includes diagnostics, prevention, and control strategies, prediction of disease outbreak, molecular epidemiology, and building a better understanding disease pathogenesis. SEPRL scientists also provides science-based solutions to exotic poultry diseases that inhibit international trade in poultry and poultry products. This especially includes developing practical and improved diagnostic tools including air samplers and creating vaccines. This includes diseases such as avian influenza, West Nile virus, Newcastle Disease and Marek's disease herpes virus. For example, SEPRL researchers have developed special tests to quickly detect avian influenza and Newcastle disease outbreaks as well as biosecurity measures to protect the poultry industry from these diseases. These tests have been instrumental in protecting the U.S. poultry industry from disease issues that could impact international trade. They also invented a highly sensitive diagnostic test to detect viruses associated with poult enteritis complex, The test allows the detection of several types of viruses at one time. Current diagnostic methods for PEC-associated viruses have limitations because of poor analytic specificity and sensitivity. The Laboratory has two research units: Exotic and Emerging Avian Viral Diseases Research Unit The Unit's mission is to conduct basic and applied research on avian influenza, Newcastle disease, West Nile and other exotic and emerging viruses of poultry and other birds. The goal of our research program is to produce new research knowledge and technology to: Provide science-based solutions to exotic poultry diseases that inhibit international trade in poultry and poultry products Understand the pathogenesis of these viruses in poultry Determine through molecular epidemiology the source for disease outbreaks Improve our understanding of the mechanisms for transfer of zoonotic viruses from birds-to-man. Endemic Poultry Viral Diseases Research Unit Our mission is to conduct basic and applied research on avian metapneumovirus, enteric viruses of turkeys and Marek's disease herpes virus. The goal of our research program is to produce new research knowledge and technology to: Provide science-based solutions to minimize productivity and economic losses from domestic poultry diseases Determine through molecular epidemiology the source for disease outbreaks Determine biological and molecular virulence characteristics of these viruses with the goal of minimizing their impact Develop practical and improved diagnostic tools including air samplers Develop or improve vaccines and vaccine delivery methods Determine the role of immunity during infections Determine the effects of secondary infections on the development of disease Develop engineering systems for reducing transmission and development of disease.

University of Georgia - CCRC

315 Riverbend Rd Athens, GA 30602 USAUniversity of Georgia Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) offers custom synthesis and analysis of complex carbohydrates as a service to scientists in university, industrial, and government laboratories. We also offer assistance to those who need information on complex carbohydrates derived from animals, plants and microorganisms.

University of Georgia - CCRC

Athens, GA United StatesUniversity of Georgia Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) offers custom synthesis and analysis of complex carbohydrates as a service to scientists in university, industrial, and government laboratories. We also offer assistance to those who need information on complex carbohydrates derived from animals, plants and microorganisms.

University of Georgia - CCRC

315 Riverbend Rd Athens, GA, 30602 United StatesUniversity of Georgia Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) offers custom synthesis and analysis of complex carbohydrates as a service to scientists in university, industrial, and government laboratories. We also offer assistance to those who need information on complex carbohydrates derived from animals, plants and microorganisms.

University of Georgia: Bioexpression and Fermentation Facility (BFF)

Bioexpression and Fermentation Facility Life Sciences Building – 120 Green Street University of Georgia Athens, GA 30602Established in 1967, the BFF has grown and maintained an array of state-of-the-art equipment. BFF resource experts speed the pace of your research, development and manufacturing.

U.S. Filter

2330 Scenic Highway South Snellville, GA, 30078 United StatesBuilding on our solid and undisputed contributions to the water industry, U.S. Filter Corporation is on a new mission to take the international water markets to a new level of standards and excellence. With the most advanced lines of water treatment equipments, U.S. Filter Corporation offers innovative, state-of-the-art products and solutions that are guaranteed to address the unique water problems and deliver clean and clear water to any part of the world.

University of Georgia Genomics Core

Athens, GA United StatesThe Georgia Genomics Facility is the core sequencing and genotyping laboratory of UGA.

University of Georgia Genomics Core

110 Riverbend Rd, Room 161 Athens, GA 30602The Georgia Genomics Facility is the core sequencing and genotyping laboratory of UGA.

Univ. of Utah Department of Pathology

15 North Medical Drive EastUniversity of Utah Department of Pathology focuses on research in many therapeutic areas while offering its facilities to provide clinical pathology, molecular pathology, immunology, and microbiology services.

University of Georgia: Biomedical Microscopy Core (BMC)

Biomedical Microscopy Core Paul D. Coverdell Center 500 D.W. Brooks Drive Athens GA 30602BMC is committed to bringing state-of-the-art optical microscope technology to UGA and external researchers with varying levels of expertise.

University of Georgia Chemical Analysis Laboratory

120 Riverbend Road Athens GA 30602-4702University of Georgia Chemical Analysis Laboratory provides natural product analysis services.

University of Georgia: CCRC NMR Spectroscopy Facility

CCRC NMR Spectroscopy Facility University of Georgia 315 Riverbend Rd Athens, GA 30602The CCRC NMR Facility consists of seven high-field Agilent spectrometers equipped for high-resolution liquids and semi-solids experiments.

University of Georgia - Mass Spectrometry Core

Athens, GA, 30602 United States

University of Georgia Marine Institute (UGAMI)

1766 Landing Rd. Darien, GA 31305The University of Georgia Marine Institute (UGAMI), established in 1953, lies on a barrier island situated between the Atlantic Ocean and a pristine salt marsh-dominated estuarine ecosystem. The mission of the Institute is to support and conduct basic research on coastal processes involving the unique ecosystems of the Georgia coastline. UGAMI’s mission is also to provide access and facilities for graduate and undergraduate classes to experience field research and gain an appreciation of the Georgia coast. As a research facility literally embedded in the ecosystem of focus, UGAMI distinguishes itself with a long history of coastal research by resident and visiting researchers in a broad range of disciplines. As a result, significant contributions have been made to the understanding of the links between uplands and salt marsh estuaries to the coastal zone. UGAMI lies on Sapelo Island, a barrier island accessed from Meridian, Georgia by a passenger ferry which is run by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources 3 times per day (20 – 30 minutes between Meridian and Sapelo). UGAMI has a long-term lease for facilities totaling 1500 acres on the south end of Sapelo Island within and bordering the NOAA Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve (SINERR). The facility is very unique in its situation of relatively pristine surroundings, as well as the designation of the surrounding marshes as a NOAA SINERR (Fig. 1). This is a fortuitous and productive research situation. The remaining 2/3 of Sapelo Island are managed by the Georgia DNR as a Wildlife Management Area. There are approximately 100 full time residents on Sapelo Island, including UGAMI personnel, DNR personnel, and the small Hog Hammock community. Hog Hammock (500 acres) is the only privately owned property on Sapelo Island. Hog Hammock is a community of descendents of African-American plantation workers, and many members of the community are employed by UGAMI. UGAMI, Hog Hammock and the Georgia DNR have a long history of cooperation on Sapelo Island.

University of Georgia Coverdell Rodent Vivarium

146 Coverdell Center 500 D. W. Brooks Dr. Athens, GA, 30602 United StatesThe Coverdell Rodent Vivarium provides animal care to over 20 of the University’s Faculty Investigators. The facility is staffed from 8:00am to 4:30pm on weekdays and part-time on weekends. The staff is made up of both full-time and part-time staff members, many of which hold American Association for Laboratory Animal Science certifications. The staff is also available to assist researchers and instructors whenever possible, but please keep in mind their busy schedules and provide advanced warning when possible so that the staff can plan to be available to assist you. Standard animal caging, feed, lighting, temperature and humidity are provided by the facility, exceptions made only with approval from both IACUC and Assistant Director. The majority of mouse caging provided is Tecniplast brand individually ventilated caging, with Edstrom automatic watering.

Valdosta State University

1500 N. Patterson St. Valdosta, GA, 31698 United StatesWelcome to Valdosta State, a comprehensive university - meaning we offer associate, bachelor, graduate, and doctoral degrees - that serves the heart of South Georgia in one of its largest cities. We love palm trees, live oaks, fountains, and sunny days on the Front Lawn. Our students love hands on experience, individual faculty interaction, and unique experiences like undergraduate research in the Florida Keys. Settled just fifteen minutes above the Florida state line, VSU offers in-state tuition to residents of Florida, as well as South Carolina and Alabama.

Vivex Biomedical Inc.

1755 West Oak Pkwy, Suite 200, Marietta, GA 30062We are constantly striving for creative treatment options and solutions to progress clinical, surgical, and therapeutic patient care by expanding industry knowledge and capability. Under the guidance of experienced and successful business professionals, we assemble the brightest minds from medical and material science industries to explore new and different ways to help others.

Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center

Medical Center BoulevardWake Forest University Baptist Medical Center focuses on research in therapeutic areas for cancer, neurological disorders, and regenerative medicine.

WuXi AppTec

1265 Kennestone CircleWuXi AppTec provides synthetic and library chemistry, medicinal chemistry integrated services, DMPK, in vivo pharmacology, bioanalytical, safety assessment services, and clinical trial support in China. WuXi Apptec US focuses on Biologics testing and development services, Cell therapy GMP Manufacturing and Medical Devices. The Advanced Therapies business unitis a streamlined Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization, pioneering the expedited development and commercialization of cell and gene therapies by leveraging platforms and integrated testing.

Wake Forest University Comprehensive Cancer Center

Medical Center BoulevardWake Forest University Comprehensive Cancer Center offers its core facilities to offer analytical imaging, DNA synthesis, protein analysis, cellular imaging, and flow cytometry services.

Xytek Cryo International

1776 Peachtree Street Suite 175 Atlanta, GA 30309 United States of America

Xytek Cryo International

1100 Emmett Street Augusta, GA, 30904 United States

Yumab

1100 South Tower 225 Peachtree St., N.E. Atlanta, GA, 30303 United StatesYUMAB is a privately-held German biotechnology company that provides tailored solutions for your human antibody development and antibody engineering problems. We provide rapid, large-scale discovery and optimization of human monoclonal antibodies, custom libraries, antibody engineering (e.g., humanization, affinity maturation, various antibody product formats), and custom-made antibodies to difficult antigen targets. YUMAB offers fee-for-service solutions, and attractive and flexible licensing options for diagnostics and therapeutics. YUMAB’s advanced in vitro antibody phage display selection technology and proprietary, highly-diverse human antibody gene libraries (~10^11) have successfully provided desirable antibody candidates to our numerous academic and pharmaceutical industry clients. Several of these candidates have advanced to therapeutic lead development. Our successes result from the more than 30 years of experience in recombinant antibody research and development. YUMAB’s founders including Prof. Dr. Stefan Duebel – co-inventor of antibody phage display – have an outstanding track record in academic and industrial research.

Zirus

1384 Buford Business Boulevard Buford GA 30518 USAZirus provides viral infection blocking and gene targeting services.

Zygogen, LLC

24 Peachtree Center Avenue 520 Kell Hall Atlanta, GA 30303

Zygogen, LLC

24 Peachtree Center Avenue Southeast Atlanta, GA, 30303 United States