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University of Liverpool

Crown StreetUniversity of Liverpool focuses on research and offers its core facilities to provide contract services.

AIT Laboratories

2265 Executive Drive Indianapolis, IN 46241 USAAIT Laboratories offers clinical monitoring, contract research, and toxicological support services.

Agdia

30380 County Road 6 Elkhart, IN 46514 USAAgdia offers ELISA, PCR, and hybridization tests to detect plant pathogens.

A&L Laboratories, Inc.

3505 Conestoga Drive Fort Wayne, IN 46808 USAThe history of A&L Laboratories goes back to 1971. Two men, Mr. Don Ankerman and Dr. Richard Large, had a dream to build a laboratory that would set a new precedent in the Agriculture Industry. They wanted to focus on quality of service, accuracy in testing and expediency on returns. Mr. Ankerman and Dr. Large realized that dream with the opening of A&L Agricultural Laboratories, Inc. In 1986, A&L took a new turn venturing into the world of Environmental testing. Eventually, they added Microbiological testing as well. As this evolution gradually took place, the need for a name change came into play. Thus, the switch from A&L Agricultural Laboratories, Inc., to A&L Analytical Laboratories, Inc. in order to reflect the variety of testing services available. Present day A&L continues to provide dependable, accurate services. This is due largely to a solid team of well trained individuals who take great pride in providing quality service to our customers. For more information about the high quality services available from A&L, please visit the specific services page.

Anson Group

9001 Wesleyan Road Suite, 200 Indianapolis, IN 46268 USAAnson provides consulting service options for every stage of product development, from planning through pre-clinical and clinical validation, to market approval and post-market com.

Applied Laboratories

3240 N. Indianapolis Road P.O. Box 2127 Columbus, IN 47202-2127Applied Laboratories Inc specializes in manufacturing and packaging.

ABS Pharma Projects

P.O. Box 4531 Carmel, IN 46082 USAABS Pharma Projects is a strategic bioscience development consulting and training firm.

ABS Pharma Projects

Carmel, IN United StatesABS Pharma Projects is a strategic bioscience development consulting and training firm.

Accelovance

610 N. Michigan St., Suite 106 South Bend, IN 46601Acclovance provides clinical development and research services.

AgReliant Genetics

1122 East 169th Street Westfield, IN, 46074 United StatesAs the third largest corn seed company in the United States, AgReliant Genetics has established itself as a leader in seed research, production and quality, becoming one of the fastest growing independent seed companies in the agriculture industry. Headquartered in Westfield, Indiana, AgReliant Genetics has tailored its products and services to reflect the needs of growers across a multitude of geographies. AgReliant Genetics’ production locations span the Corn Belt. Our research program operates 13 research facilities across North America and is ranked among the top five agriculture research programs in North America. Aboutus_v2The history of AgReliant Genetics is rooted in the tradition of our two parent seed companies, Groupe Limagrain of Chappes, France and KWS of Einbeck, Germany, which are the fourth and fifth largest seed companies in the world and, together, boast over 200 years of combined seed experience. Established on July 1, 2000 as a joint venture, AgReliant Genetics has consistently provided value to its customers through forward-thinking seed innovation and technology, and superior service, both in and out of the fields. The company has seen continuous growth since its inception, having increased its corn volume by more than 300 percent. AgReliant Genetics’ unique multi-brand strategy allows farmers across the Corn Belt and in Canada the opportunity to experience high-yielding product performance, regardless of geographical location or operation size. Each brand offers top-quality products to meet individual needs and provides a unique, reliable customer experience.

AIT Bioscience

7840 Innovation Boulevard Indianapolis, IN, 46278AIT Bioscience is a bioanalytical contract research organization supporting pre-clinical and clinical drug development and was created by veteran industry experts. It is the first CRO to run regulated projects and studies through an electronic lab notebook providing sponsors with faster, higher quality data.

ABG AG Services

7275 U.S. 421 Sheridan, IN, 46069 United StatesABG Ag Services is an Ag consulting, contract research and specialty data collection business with locations in central Indiana and eastern South Dakota. Our staff has over 50 years of agricultural experience and we enjoy what we do. We strive to offer quality service at competitive prices and go the extra mile to do things correctly and timely.

BASi (Bioanalytical Systems, Inc.)

10424 Middle Mount Vernon Road Mount Vernon, IN 47620 USABASi has offered laboratory services and instrumentation for over 40 years. Lab services include preclinical toxicology services, and quantification and analysis of drug compounds and biomarkers in biological matrices such as blood, plasma, urine and tissues for clinical and non-clinical samples. We have a strong, experienced quality system to support our scientific expertise. BASi's premier lab instrument is for automated blood sampling in animal models. BASi Culex® Automated Blood Sampling systems deliver programmable, continuous automated blood micro sampling, thus providing a full pharmacokinetic curve from a single, fully conscious, freely moving animal. The system allows for the simultaneous collection of multiple data streams such as blood, bile, metabolites, dialysates and more from species as small as mice and as large as swine.

BASi (Bioanalytical Systems, Inc.)

Purdue Research Park 2701 Kent Avenue West Lafayette, IN 47906 USABASi has offered laboratory services and instrumentation for over 40 years. Lab services include preclinical toxicology services, and quantification and analysis of drug compounds and biomarkers in biological matrices such as blood, plasma, urine and tissues for clinical and non-clinical samples. We have a strong, experienced quality system to support our scientific expertise. BASi's premier lab instrument is for automated blood sampling in animal models. BASi Culex® Automated Blood Sampling systems deliver programmable, continuous automated blood micro sampling, thus providing a full pharmacokinetic curve from a single, fully conscious, freely moving animal. The system allows for the simultaneous collection of multiple data streams such as blood, bile, metabolites, dialysates and more from species as small as mice and as large as swine.

BASi (Bioanalytical Systems, Inc.)

2701 Kent Avenue United States West Lafayette, IN, 47906 United StatesBASi has offered laboratory services and instrumentation for over 40 years. Lab services include preclinical toxicology services, and quantification and analysis of drug compounds and biomarkers in biological matrices such as blood, plasma, urine and tissues for clinical and non-clinical samples. We have a strong, experienced quality system to support our scientific expertise. BASi's premier lab instrument is for automated blood sampling in animal models. BASi Culex® Automated Blood Sampling systems deliver programmable, continuous automated blood micro sampling, thus providing a full pharmacokinetic curve from a single, fully conscious, freely moving animal. The system allows for the simultaneous collection of multiple data streams such as blood, bile, metabolites, dialysates and more from species as small as mice and as large as swine.

B2S Life Sciences

97 East Monroe Street Franklin, IN, 46131 United StatesB2S Life Sciences is a biotherapeutic enablement company advancing improved analytical methods and outcomes for companies involved in the development of biotherapeutic drugs and diagnostics. We offer services that optimize the use of immunological reagents and innovative ligand binding assays for the pharma/biotech, agrosciences, veterinary and diagnostics industries.

Bowsher Brunelle Smith Consulting

6656 Flowstone Way Indianapolis, IN 46237-4435 USABowsher Brunelle Smith Consulting (B2S) provides consulting for clinical trials, bioanalytical assays, biosimilars, risk assessment, and CMC.

Bowsher Brunelle Smith Consulting

Indianapolis, IN United StatesBowsher Brunelle Smith Consulting (B2S) provides consulting for clinical trials, bioanalytical assays, biosimilars, risk assessment, and CMC.

Bioconvergence

4320 West Zenith Drive Bloomington IN 47404 USABioconvergence offers analytical services, process development, clinical services, drug development, consulting, and scale up/down.

BioChrom Labs

1719 South 13th Street P.O. Box 2404 Terre Haute, IN 47802 USABioChrom Labs provides HPLC columns and surface coating technologies.

BioStorage Technologies

2910 Fortune Circle West Suite E Indianapolis, IN, 46241 United StatesBioStorage Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Brooks Automation, is the premier, global provider of comprehensive sample lifecycle management solutions for the bioscience industry. Offering flexible onsite, offsite and hybrid models, we provide an expert team of sample management consultants, industry-leading temperature-controlled storage facilities, global logistics services including our Relofleet® mobile biorepository, innovative sample bioprocessing and ISIDOR®, a transformational technology solution for sample and research data integration.

Bangs Laboratories

9025 Technology Drive Fishers, IN 46038-2886 USABangs Laboratories is a manufacturer of uniform polymer, silica, and magnetic microsphere products for diagnostic, research, and flow cytometry applications.

Beckman Coulter, Inc.

Life Science Division Headquarters 5350 Lakeview Parkway S Drive Indianapolis IN 46268Beckman 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.

BiologicsCorp

5325 E 82nd Street, Unit 109 Indianapolis, IN, 46250 United StatesCustom recombinant protein/antibody services

Covance Clinical Research Inc

Covance Evansville 617 Oakley Street Evansville, IN 47710

ChemieTek

7301 E. 90th Street, Suite 117 Indianapolis, IN 46256 USAChemieTek provides custom synthesis, medicinal chemistry, and chemical products.

ChemieTek

7301 E 90th St #117 Indianapolis, IN, 46256 United StatesChemieTek provides custom synthesis, medicinal chemistry, and chemical products.

Curia

3065 Kent Ave West Lafayette, IN, 47906-1076 United StatesCuria is a global contract research, development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), offering products and services across the drug development spectrum to help our partners turn their ideas into real-world impact. We partner closely with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to boost business performance and improve patients’ lives. From early discovery and development through manufacturing and commercialization, our suite of custom solutions allows us to tailor every engagement to your precise needs, whether that’s an independent project or an opportunity that cuts across the drug continuum. Our capabilities are always growing, driven by our talented, experienced team and continued investment in cutting-edge technologies. We take great pride in a track record that stands among the best in the industry. No matter what we’re working on, you can trust Curia to deliver every solution to the highest standard—the direct result of unmatched expertise and decades of experience completing projects just like yours.

Cook Group

P.O. Box 4195 Bloomington, IN 47402-4195 U.S.A.Cook Group provides health care and clinical devices.

Cook Group

Bloomington, IN United StatesCook Group provides health care and clinical devices.

Clondalkin Group

6454 Saguaro Court Indianapolis, IN 46268

Concentrics Research

Concentrics Research 9335 Delegates Row Indianapolis, IN 46240 USAConcentrics Research provides clinical research, healthcare marketing research, and project design.

Catalent Pharma Solutions

1300 South Patterson Drive Bloomington, IN, 47403 United StatesCatalent Biologics is your partner for biologics development and supply. Providing your team with access to advanced technologies such as GPEx Cell Line Engineering® (gene expression/manufacturing), SMARTag™ ADC conjugation, ADVASEPT™ glass-free delivery (manufacturing), and oral macromolecule innovations. Complementing our advanced technologies is a comprehensive set of analytical capabilities for biologics and biosimilars (development, bioassays, and immunogenicity).

Companion Diagnostics (CDI)

Indianapolis, IN United StatesCompanion Diagnostics (CDI) is focused on providing customized in vitro diagnostic reagents.

Cook Pharmica

1300 S Patterson Dr Bloomington, IN United States, North AmericaCook Pharmica offers API synthesis, cell line development, process development, preclinical manufacturing, microbial testing, filtration, and assays.

Cook Pharmica

Bloomington, IN United StatesCook Pharmica offers API synthesis, cell line development, process development, preclinical manufacturing, microbial testing, filtration, and assays.

Cryopoint

1533 E Northfield Dr Brownsburg, Indiana, 46112-2509 United StatesCry­o­point pro­vides a com­plete range of cryo preser­va­tion ser­vices, whether at your site or at our state-of-the-art facil­ity. With over 25 years of indus­try exper­tise, we know you need a part­ner that meets all U.S. com­pli­ance reg­u­la­tions, pro­vides 24/7 mon­i­tor­ing, and is there when you need them. Day or night.

Chemfocus

3908 Sunnycroft Pl. West Lafayette, IN 47906 USAChemfocus provides training and consulting services to the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Specialties include salt selection, solid form screening, API characterization, crystallization, and formulation.

DonLevy Laboratories

11165 Delaware Pkwy, Crown Point, IN 46307, United StatesDonLevy Laboratories is an independent, commercial, food testing laboratory dedicated to food safety and committed to quality challenges throughout the supply chain. We perform microbiological and chemistry analyses on environmental, raw material, and finished product samples submitted by food companies industry wide. Guided by The Science of Prevention, our company specializes in microbiological analyses to assure product integrity, sanitation efficacy, and regulatory compliance. In addition to routine microbiological testing, DonLevy Laboratories provides on-site microbiological assessments and sanitation audits, customized shelf life evaluations, individually designed challenge studies and training for our clients. Our commitment to quality and client service is simply unsurpassed.

DePauw University

P.O. Box 37 Greencastle IN 46135-0037A collection of driven, friendly students. Professors dedicated to teaching them. A stunning campus that brings people together again and again. Remarkable alumni. That's DePauw. DePauw University is a nationally-recognized, leading liberal arts college in Greencastle, Indiana, dedicated to educating 2,300 students from across the country and around the globe. Connected to the liberal arts college is one of the nation's first Schools of Music. For 175 years, DePauw has created an atmosphere of intellectual challenge and social engagement that prepares students for lifelong success.

Delivery Concepts, Inc.

29301 County Road 20 Elkhart, IN, 46517 United StatesDelivery Concepts was formed in August 1986. Our primary Goal was then and still is today to create and manufacture affordable high quality delivery solutions for the Nations food industry. For over 25 years we have served our clients through a line of temperature controlled truck bodies and custom inserts that have allowed our customers to deliver kitchen fresh quality to their customers no matter how far away. Delivery concepts strength lies in our ability to listen to our client’s needs and provide an affordable solution. Our trucks are custom designed for each client and their specific temperature requirements, along with interiors fitted to the clients packaging specifications that enhance delivery efficiencies and methods. In 1986 Delivery Concepts primarily served the Pizza delivery industry with heated solutions for the surging pizza delivery business. Over the last 25 years our product development evolved around providing temperature delivery solutions to the entire food service industry including caterers, senior nutrition, institutional food service, restaurants and wholesale food purveyors. Currently Delivery Concepts is heavily involved in the development and production of mobile kitchen trucks and helping franchises grow their franchise business through proprietary designed mobile kitchen trucks (Foody trucks), that enhance branding and allows the franchisee an affordable entry into his or her own business.

Enzyme Research Laboratories

1801 Commerce Drive, South Bend, IN, USAEnzyme Research Laboratories provides products for coagulation, antibodies, proteins, and venoms.

EZBiolab

3973 Dolan Way Westfield IN 46074EZBiolab provides peptide and gene synthesis, antibody services, siRNA, and enzymology.

EZBiolab

Carmel, IN United StatesEZBiolab provides peptide and gene synthesis, antibody services, siRNA, and enzymology.

ESG Laboratories

5940 West Raymond Street Indianapolis, IN 46241

Endocyte

3000 Kent Avenue West Lafayette, IN, 47906 United States

E-BEAM Services

3400 Union St. Lafayette, IN 47903 USAE-BEAM Services, Inc. is a leading supplier of contract electron beam processing services, with more than 450kW of installed accelerator capacity -- enough to process nearly one billion pounds of material annually.

Focus Biomedical Consulting LLC

9129 Log Run Drive South Indianapolis, IN, 46234 United StatesFocus Biomedical Consulting (FBC) LLC provides expert consultation in pre-clinical product assessment, mid to late stage product development, Phase II and III clinical trial design, and patient safety. FBC consultants have a combined 50+ years of pharmaceutical development experience including multiple product approvals in all major markets.

General BioTechnology

1102 Indiana Avenue (N. Stadium Drive) Indianapolis, IN 46202 USAGeneral BioTechnology offers cell and tissue processing and biobanking services.

Greenfield Pathology Services, Inc.

400 West Green Meadows Drive, Suite 104 Greenfield, IN, 46140 United StatesGreenfield Pathology Services is a GLP-compliant nonclinical toxicologic pathology consulting business. We perform primary evaluations of toxicology studies, pathology peer reviews, pathology working groups, and expert consulting. We have expertise in ocular and otic pathology and neuropathology, as well as extensive experience in routine GLP toxicology studies.

Genezen Laboratories

351 W. 10th Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United States When you work with Genezen, we remove the hassles associated with contract work in an academic institution. Our team works with you from early vector design all the way through to producing clinical grade vector. Come to us with your viral vector and testing needs and we will put you with the dedicated experts to move your project forward and ensure you are ready for regulatory scrutiny. We manufacture your vectors in cGMP compliant manufacturing facilities using documented, time tested processes. Additionally we’re able to provide testing services, in dedicated vector testing labs, for your vector and clinical trial samples. All testing is QA reviewed and certificates of analysis are issued for your records. We are also able to compile your clinical trial testing data for periodic reporting, as needed. Just ask, we are here to support you.

Harris & Ford, LLC

9307 East 56th Street - Indianapolis, Indiana 46216, U.SEstablished in 1994 by Tim Harris (pictured), Joe Ford and Chris LaMothe, Harris & Ford, LLC is a major distributor of chemicals, ingredients and related products and services to food, personal care, cosmetic, pharmaceutical, water treatment and industrial customers. The company's consistent growth and success is testimony to the experience and commitment of its founders. With more than 55 years of combined experience in chemicals, Harris & Ford is well respected for the vision, integrity and proficiency it brings to the distribution business. We believe in adding measurable value, providing result-oriented solutions and exceeding customer expectations. Harris & Ford is a company founded upon and focused on providing our customers the highest standard of service in our industry. Location, Location, Location Harris & Ford is geographically well-positioned to deliver your product mix at significant cost savings. We are located in Indianapolis, Indiana, the Crossroads of America, which is ideal for warehousing and shipping nationwide. Six major highways converge in Indianapolis. The city also offers heavy concentrations of rail with readily available container and intermodal rail car services, plus an international airport with customized commercial and industrial cargo handling services. The proximity of suppliers and manufacturers, combined with the balance of transportation systems, reduces inventory and transportation costs.

Helix BioStructures LLC

1210 Waterway Blvd. Suite 2000 Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesEvery pharmaceutical company is in need of a reliable, efficient research services company. At Helix BioStructures, we provide just that. With an unmatched talent in X-ray crystallography, Helix BioStructures is the Industry’s partner in delivering fast and efficient structural biology services. We seek to drive the pharmaceutical industry to new destinations. At Helix BioStructures, we embrace new opportunities with agility in order to drive success in times of transformation.

Helix BioStructures LLC

1345 West 16th Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesEvery pharmaceutical company is in need of a reliable, efficient research services company. At Helix BioStructures, we provide just that. With an unmatched talent in X-ray crystallography, Helix BioStructures is the Industry’s partner in delivering fast and efficient structural biology services. We seek to drive the pharmaceutical industry to new destinations. At Helix BioStructures, we embrace new opportunities with agility in order to drive success in times of transformation.

Indiana University Bloomington Light Microscopy Imaging Center

Myers Hall 059 | 915 East Third Street | Bloomington, IN 47405Purpose To provide user-friendly access to state of the art light microscopy for the IU research community. To promote the development of researchers that are knowledgeable, confident and comfortable in the use of microscopes. Facility Microscopes: Widefield, Deconvolution, Scanning and Spinning Disk Confocals. All with digital imaging systems and software. Image Processing and analysis workstations and software. Wet bench for sample preparation 24 hour access available Services Consultation on experimental design for the best use of the microscopes User training Help with image processing and analysis Microscopy Courses

Indiana University Bloomington Light Microscopy Imaging Center

915 East 3rd Street Bloomington, IN, 47405 United StatesPurpose To provide user-friendly access to state of the art light microscopy for the IU research community. To promote the development of researchers that are knowledgeable, confident and comfortable in the use of microscopes. Facility Microscopes: Widefield, Deconvolution, Scanning and Spinning Disk Confocals. All with digital imaging systems and software. Image Processing and analysis workstations and software. Wet bench for sample preparation 24 hour access available Services Consultation on experimental design for the best use of the microscopes User training Help with image processing and analysis Microscopy Courses

Indiana University SoM Simon Cancer Center Epidemiology Consultation Core

980 W. Walnut St. (R3-C252) Indianapolis, IN 46202Mission The Epidemiology Consultation Core promotes population research and education in epidemiology at the IU Simon Cancer Center. Goals The overall goal of population research is the prevention and early diagnosis of human diseases, proper treatment fitting the patients, as well as improved survival rates. A successful outcome of population research will need active collaboration between epidemiologists, statisticians and clinicians. Hence, the goals of the Epidemiology Consultation Core are: 1) to bridge faculty members from the IU Simon Cancer Center and the multiple academic institutions in Indiana to promote collaborative interactions; and 2) to facilitate joint research projects and grant proposals, engaging the complementary strengths of faculty from multiple disciplines.

Indiana University SoM Simon Cancer Center Epidemiology Consultation Core

980 West Walnut Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesMission The Epidemiology Consultation Core promotes population research and education in epidemiology at the IU Simon Cancer Center. Goals The overall goal of population research is the prevention and early diagnosis of human diseases, proper treatment fitting the patients, as well as improved survival rates. A successful outcome of population research will need active collaboration between epidemiologists, statisticians and clinicians. Hence, the goals of the Epidemiology Consultation Core are: 1) to bridge faculty members from the IU Simon Cancer Center and the multiple academic institutions in Indiana to promote collaborative interactions; and 2) to facilitate joint research projects and grant proposals, engaging the complementary strengths of faculty from multiple disciplines.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis SoD Clinical Research Core

415 Lansing Street Indianapolis, IN 46202-2876Welcome to Clinical Research Core/Facility, IU School of Dentistry at IUPUI. Members of the clinical faculty are well known as guest examiners at clinical sites throughout North America. This facility includes ten operatories, two of which are equipped for operative dentistry. The Clinical Research Facility at the Oral Health Research Institute can trace its beginnings back more than four decades. The main purpose of the Facility is to provide programs for the direction, guidance, support, and education required for the faculty, staff, and students of Indiana University School of Dentistry to conduct clinical research in compliance with GCP/ICH regulations and guidelines. This includes assisting in all aspects of study management and conduct such as protocol development, Institutional Review Board submissions, subject recruitment, supply and infection control support, data management support, grant and contracts management, financial management, and contract review, as well as providing certified study coordinators and necessary support personnel. The core currently has 17 full-time personnel including three certified clinical research coordinators (ACRP) and five certified central service technicians, most with five or more years of experience in conducting in vivo and in situ studies in compliance with the US Food and Drug Administration regulations and guidelines.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis SoD Clinical Research Core

415 Lansing Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesWelcome to Clinical Research Core/Facility, IU School of Dentistry at IUPUI. Members of the clinical faculty are well known as guest examiners at clinical sites throughout North America. This facility includes ten operatories, two of which are equipped for operative dentistry. The Clinical Research Facility at the Oral Health Research Institute can trace its beginnings back more than four decades. The main purpose of the Facility is to provide programs for the direction, guidance, support, and education required for the faculty, staff, and students of Indiana University School of Dentistry to conduct clinical research in compliance with GCP/ICH regulations and guidelines. This includes assisting in all aspects of study management and conduct such as protocol development, Institutional Review Board submissions, subject recruitment, supply and infection control support, data management support, grant and contracts management, financial management, and contract review, as well as providing certified study coordinators and necessary support personnel. The core currently has 17 full-time personnel including three certified clinical research coordinators (ACRP) and five certified central service technicians, most with five or more years of experience in conducting in vivo and in situ studies in compliance with the US Food and Drug Administration regulations and guidelines.

Indiana University Simon Cancer Center - In Vivo Therapeutics Core

West Walnut Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United States

Indiana University Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

410 West 10th Street, Suite 5000 Indianapolis, IN 46202-5122 USAIndiana University Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics provides analytic consulting services for bioinformatics, systems biology, and data analysis.

Indiana University Michaels Lab

Jordan Hall; 1001 East Third Street; Bloomington, IN 47405-3700Indiana University Michaels Lab offers yeast two hybrid services.

Indiana University SoM Simon Cancer Center Transgenic & Knock-Out Mouse

535 Barnhill Drive | Indianapolis, IN 46202The Transgenic & Knock-Out Mouse Core provides services for the timely and cost-efficient production of transgenic mice and knockout mice via pronuclear injection for use in basic science research at Indiana University. The Core also provides services for ES cell line injection into blastocyst, embryo and sperm cryopreservation and recovery. The facility also provides advice concerning construction of transgenic and gene targeting constructs, animal breeding and maintenance of the resulting mouse colonies. The Transgenic & Knock-Out Mouse Core is located in the Biotechnology Research and Training Center, located one mile north of the main medical school campus.

Indiana University SoM Simon Cancer Center Transgenic & Knock-Out Mouse

535 Barnhill Drive Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesThe Transgenic & Knock-Out Mouse Core provides services for the timely and cost-efficient production of transgenic mice and knockout mice via pronuclear injection for use in basic science research at Indiana University. The Core also provides services for ES cell line injection into blastocyst, embryo and sperm cryopreservation and recovery. The facility also provides advice concerning construction of transgenic and gene targeting constructs, animal breeding and maintenance of the resulting mouse colonies. The Transgenic & Knock-Out Mouse Core is located in the Biotechnology Research and Training Center, located one mile north of the main medical school campus.

Indiana University, Department of Emergency Medicine

1701 N. Senate Blvd, B401 | Indianapolis, IN 46202It has been said that the best way to predict the future is to create it and here at IU we are creating a model for world class Emergency Medicine in every aspect of the academic mission. Our vision “to lead the education, science, and practice of Emergency Medicine” is manifest in everything we do. Our educational programs, research, and clinical enterprises are focused on excellence and the seamless integration of each facet of the mission with the others. In education, our goal is to set new standards of training for medical students, residents, fellows and pre-hospital providers. We achieve this in a setting of a clinical mission that exceeds a quarter of a million patient visits per year and provides an inexhaustible and comprehensive training milieu. The nations best clinical educators support our learners in all of our training environments. Educators who are routinely awarded top accolades such as “highest ranking medical student clerkship for 7 out of 8 years running”. Our residents secure positions in the most desirable practices in the nation based on the strength of the IU brand and their unflappable clinical competence. All our educational missions are strengthened by fellowships in EMS, Informatics, Research, Toxicology, and Ultrasound, If you are seeking a training program that is second to none look no further than IU. In an environment that has rich research infrastructure, including the highest ranked CTSI in the nation, and a nationally ranked medical bio-informatics institute “the Regenstrief” we leading in the science of EM. Leading in knowledge creation in a time of fiscal austerity in research funding can only be done with talent and focus. We have both. Our research division bridges basic science laboratory experiences with robust clinical trial work all of which provide opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration. With our patient volumes and the complexity of case mix there is a vast opportunity for investigators to define a niche, identify appropriate mentors, and begin their own path to research careers. The practice of emergency medicine has been said to be one of the most complex and challenging of any clinical endeavor. Here at IU we have multiple clinical environments all of which present practitioners with the ample opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our patients on a daily basis. All of our academic venues are level one trauma centers and are fully supported by all subspecialties. IU Health is consistently ranked in the top 1% of all hospitals nationwide and Eskenazi Health now housed in their new LEED certified hospital is the fourth largest safety net hospital in the nation. All of our clinical venues are operationally efficient and have the support of our hospital leadership.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis SoD Digital Electron Microscopy Facility

1121 West Michigan St Room B18 Indianapolis, IN 46202-5186Welcome to the Digital Electron Microscopy Facility (DEMF), IU School of Dentistry at IUPUI. We are a central Indiana laboratory with two electron microscopes that specialize in biological materials research. The Digital Electron Microscopy Facility (DEMF) is located at the IU School of Dentistry on the IUPUI campus. Our JEOL 8900R Electron Probe Micro Analyzer (EPMA) and user-friendly JEOL Low Vacuum Scanning Electron Microscope (LV-SEM) are capable of imaging surface microstructures and mapping micro-chemical characteristics of a wide variety of biological and solid material specimens. Our instruments are capable of Secondary Electron (SE) and Backscattered Electron (BE) Imaging as well as both Energy Dispersive (EDS) and Wavelength Dispersive (WDS) compositional mapping. We specialize in the microanalyses of biomineralized tissues such as teeth and bone, but we are capable of analyzing virtually all solid materials. Preparation for biological, geological, and material specimens is also available upon request. Located in the heart of the IUPUI's campus near downtown Indianapolis, we are accessible to researchers and teachers throughout the Midwest, and we especially welcome collaborations that will challenge our capabilities. The purchase of the SEM and EPMA instruments was made possible by financial support from the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 9871243.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis SoD Digital Electron Microscopy Facility

1121 West Michigan Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesWelcome to the Digital Electron Microscopy Facility (DEMF), IU School of Dentistry at IUPUI. We are a central Indiana laboratory with two electron microscopes that specialize in biological materials research. The Digital Electron Microscopy Facility (DEMF) is located at the IU School of Dentistry on the IUPUI campus. Our JEOL 8900R Electron Probe Micro Analyzer (EPMA) and user-friendly JEOL Low Vacuum Scanning Electron Microscope (LV-SEM) are capable of imaging surface microstructures and mapping micro-chemical characteristics of a wide variety of biological and solid material specimens. Our instruments are capable of Secondary Electron (SE) and Backscattered Electron (BE) Imaging as well as both Energy Dispersive (EDS) and Wavelength Dispersive (WDS) compositional mapping. We specialize in the microanalyses of biomineralized tissues such as teeth and bone, but we are capable of analyzing virtually all solid materials. Preparation for biological, geological, and material specimens is also available upon request. Located in the heart of the IUPUI's campus near downtown Indianapolis, we are accessible to researchers and teachers throughout the Midwest, and we especially welcome collaborations that will challenge our capabilities. The purchase of the SEM and EPMA instruments was made possible by financial support from the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 9871243.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis SoD Laboratory Testing Core

415 Lansing Street Indianapolis, IN 46202-2876The Oral Health Research Institute is a major site for contract testing of dental products required by the FDA and for product approval by the American Dental Association (ADA). The OHRI conducts contract studies to test the efficacy of oral care products using specialized equipment as well as a variety of experimental models.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis SoD Laboratory Testing Core

415 Lansing Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesThe Oral Health Research Institute is a major site for contract testing of dental products required by the FDA and for product approval by the American Dental Association (ADA). The OHRI conducts contract studies to test the efficacy of oral care products using specialized equipment as well as a variety of experimental models.

Indiana University SoM Simon Cancer Center Multiplex Analysis Core

Walther Hall, R3-C335 (lab) 980 W. Walnut St. Indianapolis INThe Multiplex Analysis Core (MAC) offers microplate-based bioassay systems that can perform multiplex analysis of multiple different analytes in a single sample. Multiplex systems are faster, more efficient, and use less sample volume than other technologies such as ELISA and Western Blot. Off-the-shelf kits are available to detect analytes such as chemokines, cytokines, hormones, cell signaling molecules, phosphoproteins, or nucleic acids in areas such as inflammation, metabolism, cardiovascular disease, oncology, immunology, etc. Custom kits designed by the investigator are also a possibility. The MAC offers two multiplex analysis systems for analyte quantitation in the picogram or femtogram level: the Bio-Plex 200 suspension bead-based system (Luminex platform), and the Aushon Cirascan printed array-based system. Immunoassay kits are available for testing human, mouse, bovine, canine, porcine, rat and primate samples.

Indiana University SoM Simon Cancer Center Multiplex Analysis Core

West Walnut Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesThe Multiplex Analysis Core (MAC) offers microplate-based bioassay systems that can perform multiplex analysis of multiple different analytes in a single sample. Multiplex systems are faster, more efficient, and use less sample volume than other technologies such as ELISA and Western Blot. Off-the-shelf kits are available to detect analytes such as chemokines, cytokines, hormones, cell signaling molecules, phosphoproteins, or nucleic acids in areas such as inflammation, metabolism, cardiovascular disease, oncology, immunology, etc. Custom kits designed by the investigator are also a possibility. The MAC offers two multiplex analysis systems for analyte quantitation in the picogram or femtogram level: the Bio-Plex 200 suspension bead-based system (Luminex platform), and the Aushon Cirascan printed array-based system. Immunoassay kits are available for testing human, mouse, bovine, canine, porcine, rat and primate samples.

Indiana University School of Medicine

980 W. Walnut St. Indianapolis, IN 46202-5126Indiana University School of Medicine offers necropsy, histopathology, histology staining, imaging, microarray, and in vivo toxicology services.

Indiana University SoM Indiana Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences (IIBIS)

Goodman Hall Neuro Science Center 355 W. 16th St. Indianapolis, IN 46202Indiana University SoM Indiana Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences (IIBIS)

Indiana University SoM Indiana Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences (IIBIS)

355 West 16th Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesIndiana University SoM Indiana Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences (IIBIS)

Indiana University Simon Cancer Center - Bioinformatics Core

Indianapolis, IN United StatesThe Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center is one of the leading academic cancer research centers in the United States. It is located in Indianapolis on the IU School of Medicine campus.

Indiana University The Advanced Biomedical IT Core

Fairbanks Hall | 340 West 10th Street, Suite 6200 | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3082The mission of the Advanced Biomedical IT Core (ABITC) is to support biomedical and health-related researchers throughout Indiana University – particularly researchers doing basic biomedical research, translational research, and clinical research (including researchers using electronic personal health information as part of their research data). ABITC is one of many Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (IndianaCTSI) Service Cores at the IU School of Medicine (IUSM). ABITC is a management unit of the Research Technologies division of UITS, and was the first organization outside of the IU School of Medicine to be formally recognized as an IUSM core facility. ABITC provides information technology solutions to problems confronted by health care research labs, partner in innovative approaches to medical research through consulting and programming staff of the Core, and enable researchers in IUSM and allied health fields to make use of the full capability and breadth of IU's advanced cyberinfrastructure. In particular, ABITC helps researchers in Health Care and related sciences use IU’s advanced cyberinfrastructure and overcome the challenges of: Need for massive computational power and data storage tools Need for robust and scalable applications for data management and analysis Need for repositories for participation in national consortia Securing electronic protected health information (ePHI) Visualization of data or biological processes

Indiana University The Advanced Biomedical IT Core

340 West 10th Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesThe mission of the Advanced Biomedical IT Core (ABITC) is to support biomedical and health-related researchers throughout Indiana University – particularly researchers doing basic biomedical research, translational research, and clinical research (including researchers using electronic personal health information as part of their research data). ABITC is one of many Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (IndianaCTSI) Service Cores at the IU School of Medicine (IUSM). ABITC is a management unit of the Research Technologies division of UITS, and was the first organization outside of the IU School of Medicine to be formally recognized as an IUSM core facility. ABITC provides information technology solutions to problems confronted by health care research labs, partner in innovative approaches to medical research through consulting and programming staff of the Core, and enable researchers in IUSM and allied health fields to make use of the full capability and breadth of IU's advanced cyberinfrastructure. In particular, ABITC helps researchers in Health Care and related sciences use IU’s advanced cyberinfrastructure and overcome the challenges of: Need for massive computational power and data storage tools Need for robust and scalable applications for data management and analysis Need for repositories for participation in national consortia Securing electronic protected health information (ePHI) Visualization of data or biological processes

Indiana University SoM Tissue Procurement & Distribution

535 Barnhill Drive | Indianapolis, IN 46202The broad scientific objective of the IU Simon Cancer Center (IUSCC) is to conduct high-quality, cutting-edge basic and clinical research for improved understanding and advancement in the treatment of human malignancies. The ability to successfully investigate the biological basis of cancers, translate basic research to the clinical setting and better understand the relevance of observed clinical or population-based phenomena through laboratory-based research is greatly facilitated by the availability of an extensive repository of tissue samples, with accompanying pathologic and clinical data, procured from patients with malignancies and normal controls. To serve the needs of the cancer center in achieving this end, the IUSCC Solid Tissue Bank began providing solid tumors in 1996. In 2008, the Hematologic Malignancies Tissue Bank was established to provide hematological malignancies. Since that time, the IUSCC Solid Tissue Bank has continued to provide tissue for the discovery of new drug targets and biomarkers, for the development of cancer cell lines and for DNA and RNA research. Over the past 10 years, IUSCC has provided hundreds of tumor samples to many leading IU scientists and affiliates. Specimens with confirmed histology and diagnosis are available from surgery within 90 minutes post-excision from a large variety of cancers. Normal adjacent tissue, metastatic tissue and archival blocks are available. The Hematologic Malignancies Tissue Bank serves as a tissue procurement resource for the centralized banking of blood, bone marrow, leukapheresis and buccal swab specimens procured from patients with hematologic malignancies and normal controls. All malignant samples are accompanied by clinical and pathological data. Beyond simply serving as a repository of tissue, the IUSCC Tissue Bank is a shared resource of samples that is made available to researchers for the examination of relevant cellular and molecular properties and is used in preclinical drug development assays.

Indiana University SoM Tissue Procurement & Distribution

535 Barnhill Drive Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesThe broad scientific objective of the IU Simon Cancer Center (IUSCC) is to conduct high-quality, cutting-edge basic and clinical research for improved understanding and advancement in the treatment of human malignancies. The ability to successfully investigate the biological basis of cancers, translate basic research to the clinical setting and better understand the relevance of observed clinical or population-based phenomena through laboratory-based research is greatly facilitated by the availability of an extensive repository of tissue samples, with accompanying pathologic and clinical data, procured from patients with malignancies and normal controls. To serve the needs of the cancer center in achieving this end, the IUSCC Solid Tissue Bank began providing solid tumors in 1996. In 2008, the Hematologic Malignancies Tissue Bank was established to provide hematological malignancies. Since that time, the IUSCC Solid Tissue Bank has continued to provide tissue for the discovery of new drug targets and biomarkers, for the development of cancer cell lines and for DNA and RNA research. Over the past 10 years, IUSCC has provided hundreds of tumor samples to many leading IU scientists and affiliates. Specimens with confirmed histology and diagnosis are available from surgery within 90 minutes post-excision from a large variety of cancers. Normal adjacent tissue, metastatic tissue and archival blocks are available. The Hematologic Malignancies Tissue Bank serves as a tissue procurement resource for the centralized banking of blood, bone marrow, leukapheresis and buccal swab specimens procured from patients with hematologic malignancies and normal controls. All malignant samples are accompanied by clinical and pathological data. Beyond simply serving as a repository of tissue, the IUSCC Tissue Bank is a shared resource of samples that is made available to researchers for the examination of relevant cellular and molecular properties and is used in preclinical drug development assays.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis SoD Bioresearch Core

1121 W. Michigan Street Indianapolis, IN 46202-2876Welcome to Bioresearch Core/Facility, IU School of Dentistry at IUPUI. For the past 40 years, Oral Health Research Institute has used this facility in the development and successful application of a rat caries model that evaluates the effects of fluoride dentifrice formulations on coronal caries. Regulations and policy govern every minute detail of this facility. The Bioresearch facility adheres to the strict guidelines issued from a variety of sources including IU's Research and Sponsored Programs, industrial research sponsors, and numerous government agencies such as NIH and USDA. Fully accredited since 1967, this facility employs a highly trained professional team that monitors a research project from rudimentary stages to completion. The laboratory is accredited by AAALAC International and the technicians are certified by AALAS. Several team members have received national recognition for their work in this facility.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis SoD Bioresearch Core

1121 West Michigan Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesWelcome to Bioresearch Core/Facility, IU School of Dentistry at IUPUI. For the past 40 years, Oral Health Research Institute has used this facility in the development and successful application of a rat caries model that evaluates the effects of fluoride dentifrice formulations on coronal caries. Regulations and policy govern every minute detail of this facility. The Bioresearch facility adheres to the strict guidelines issued from a variety of sources including IU's Research and Sponsored Programs, industrial research sponsors, and numerous government agencies such as NIH and USDA. Fully accredited since 1967, this facility employs a highly trained professional team that monitors a research project from rudimentary stages to completion. The laboratory is accredited by AAALAC International and the technicians are certified by AALAS. Several team members have received national recognition for their work in this facility.

Inotiv

10424 Middle Mt Vernon Rd Mt Vernon, IN , 47620 United StatesAs your laboratory partner, Inotiv provides a broad array of nonclinical and analytical services, as well as a deep knowledge of the drug discovery & development continuum that will exceed your expectations. From early in vitro and in vivo pharmacology models supporting therapeutic areas such as: Arthritis (OA/RA) Hepatic Systemic Lupus Cardio-renal IBD/GI Neurosciences Cardiovascular Inflammation Pulmonary Hepatitis B Immunology Renal Integrating your DMPK, toxicology and safety pharmacology, histopathology and image analysis, biomarker, and bioanalytical needs, we can help steer your program and equip you with strategic insights that enable informed decisions sooner. Take advantage of our extensive and impeccable regulatory history, world-class team of scientists, and authentic passion for discovering life-saving therapeutics. By partnering with Inotiv, expect more attention, more insight, and a superlative experience as we deliver stage-relevant solutions essential to meeting your program’s milestones.

Inotiv

10424 Middle Mt Mt Vernon, IN , 47620 United StatesAs your laboratory partner, Inotiv provides a broad array of nonclinical and analytical services, as well as a deep knowledge of the drug discovery & development continuum that will exceed your expectations. From early in vitro and in vivo pharmacology models supporting therapeutic areas such as: Arthritis (OA/RA) Hepatic Systemic Lupus Cardio-renal IBD/GI Neurosciences Cardiovascular Inflammation Pulmonary Hepatitis B Immunology Renal Integrating your DMPK, toxicology and safety pharmacology, histopathology and image analysis, biomarker, and bioanalytical needs, we can help steer your program and equip you with strategic insights that enable informed decisions sooner. Take advantage of our extensive and impeccable regulatory history, world-class team of scientists, and authentic passion for discovering life-saving therapeutics. By partnering with Inotiv, expect more attention, more insight, and a superlative experience as we deliver stage-relevant solutions essential to meeting your program’s milestones.

Inotiv

2701 Kent Avenue West Lafayette, Indiana, 47906 United StatesAs your laboratory partner, Inotiv provides a broad array of nonclinical and analytical services, as well as a deep knowledge of the drug discovery & development continuum that will exceed your expectations. From early in vitro and in vivo pharmacology models supporting therapeutic areas such as: Arthritis (OA/RA) Hepatic Systemic Lupus Cardio-renal IBD/GI Neurosciences Cardiovascular Inflammation Pulmonary Hepatitis B Immunology Renal Integrating your DMPK, toxicology and safety pharmacology, histopathology and image analysis, biomarker, and bioanalytical needs, we can help steer your program and equip you with strategic insights that enable informed decisions sooner. Take advantage of our extensive and impeccable regulatory history, world-class team of scientists, and authentic passion for discovering life-saving therapeutics. By partnering with Inotiv, expect more attention, more insight, and a superlative experience as we deliver stage-relevant solutions essential to meeting your program’s milestones.

Indiana University Department of Chemistry

800 East Kirkwood Avenue Bloomington, IN, 47405 United States

Indiana University SoM Simon Cancer Center Clinical Pharmacology Analytical Core

RR 243B, 699 Riley Hospital Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46202The Clinical Pharmacology Analytical Core (CPAC) is available to assist Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center (IUSCC) investigators as well as external partners with pre-clinical and clinical pharmacokinetics in support of their research projects and scientific goals. Established in 2004 in response to a growing need for pharmacokinetic analysis and modelling, the Clinical Pharmacology Analytical Core (CPAC) assists investigators by providing detailed information on drug interactions, quantification of drugs, metabolites, and protein binding of small molecules. In addition, CPAC offers preliminary determination of drug metabolism which includes metabolite identification and metabolic stability. The process of rational drug design should be based upon a strong foundation of biology, chemistry, in vivo pharmacology, and pharmacokinetics. Relevant pharmacokinetic and metabolism studies should be conducted in small animal models or in vitro systems before first drug administration in humans. This allows for the iterative process of implementing structural changes in the drug molecule to optimize the activity of the drug and its pharmacological and pharmacokinetic properties prior to moving to the more regulated and expensive clinical phase of drug development.

Indiana University SoM Simon Cancer Center Clinical Pharmacology Analytical Core

699 Riley Hospital Drive Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesThe Clinical Pharmacology Analytical Core (CPAC) is available to assist Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center (IUSCC) investigators as well as external partners with pre-clinical and clinical pharmacokinetics in support of their research projects and scientific goals. Established in 2004 in response to a growing need for pharmacokinetic analysis and modelling, the Clinical Pharmacology Analytical Core (CPAC) assists investigators by providing detailed information on drug interactions, quantification of drugs, metabolites, and protein binding of small molecules. In addition, CPAC offers preliminary determination of drug metabolism which includes metabolite identification and metabolic stability. The process of rational drug design should be based upon a strong foundation of biology, chemistry, in vivo pharmacology, and pharmacokinetics. Relevant pharmacokinetic and metabolism studies should be conducted in small animal models or in vitro systems before first drug administration in humans. This allows for the iterative process of implementing structural changes in the drug molecule to optimize the activity of the drug and its pharmacological and pharmacokinetic properties prior to moving to the more regulated and expensive clinical phase of drug development.

Indiana State University The Center for Genomic Advocacy

200 North Seventh Street, Terre Haute, Indiana, USA 47809-1902To prepare for the societal transformation genomic technology will bring, we have established The Center for Genomic Advocacy (TCGA), whose mission is to develop a community of advocates through interdisciplinary studies in biology, political science, business, ethics, and health. ge-nome (n): All of the genetic information, and all of the hereditary material possessed by an organism. ad-vo-ca-cy (n): To influence public policy and resource allocation decisions within political, economic, and social systems and institutions; it may be motivated from moral, ethical or faith principles. TCGA will usher Indiana State University into the genomics era by promoting the responsible use of genomic technology for the betterment of society, while mitigating the negative effects that such technology may have on individuals. The international Human Genome Project is over 20 years old, yet we are just now beginning to understand how such genomic information will transform society. In the upcoming decades we will reap the many fruits that genomic technology can deliver, including treatments and cures for diseases, as well as solutions to the pressing problems facing humankind such as famine, environmental disasters, and the conservation of rare and endangered species. Associated with these benefits are numerous ethical and legal issues whose affects we do not yet comprehend. For example, never before in human history have we had access to the amount of personal information contained within an individual's genome, and currently, society is ill equipped to handle the many dilemmas these data will present. We are at the edge of the "Genomic Revolution" and there is no turning back.

Indiana State University The Center for Genomic Advocacy

200 North 7th Street Terre Haute, IN, 47809 United StatesTo prepare for the societal transformation genomic technology will bring, we have established The Center for Genomic Advocacy (TCGA), whose mission is to develop a community of advocates through interdisciplinary studies in biology, political science, business, ethics, and health. ge-nome (n): All of the genetic information, and all of the hereditary material possessed by an organism. ad-vo-ca-cy (n): To influence public policy and resource allocation decisions within political, economic, and social systems and institutions; it may be motivated from moral, ethical or faith principles. TCGA will usher Indiana State University into the genomics era by promoting the responsible use of genomic technology for the betterment of society, while mitigating the negative effects that such technology may have on individuals. The international Human Genome Project is over 20 years old, yet we are just now beginning to understand how such genomic information will transform society. In the upcoming decades we will reap the many fruits that genomic technology can deliver, including treatments and cures for diseases, as well as solutions to the pressing problems facing humankind such as famine, environmental disasters, and the conservation of rare and endangered species. Associated with these benefits are numerous ethical and legal issues whose affects we do not yet comprehend. For example, never before in human history have we had access to the amount of personal information contained within an individual's genome, and currently, society is ill equipped to handle the many dilemmas these data will present. We are at the edge of the "Genomic Revolution" and there is no turning back.

Intelsius

7696 Zionsville Rd Indianapolis IN 46268 United StatesIntelsius offers temperature control and regulatory compliant packaging services.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis Environmental Geochemistry and Health Core

402 N. Blackford, LD222 Indianapolis IN 46202dvanced geochemical measurement capability allows us to better understand how the environment influences human health, and in turn how human activities influence the environment. The Environmental Geochemistry and Health Core Facility utilizes a new high-sensitivity geochemical instrument (an ICP-OES with CIT detector) to measure elemental compositions in water, soils, rocks, and human and other biological samples. Research covers a range of topics, from childhood lead poisoning to Antarctica climate change records. This facility is used by faculty from the School of Science, the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, the School of Engineering, and the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis Environmental Geochemistry and Health Core

402 North Blackford Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United Statesdvanced geochemical measurement capability allows us to better understand how the environment influences human health, and in turn how human activities influence the environment. The Environmental Geochemistry and Health Core Facility utilizes a new high-sensitivity geochemical instrument (an ICP-OES with CIT detector) to measure elemental compositions in water, soils, rocks, and human and other biological samples. Research covers a range of topics, from childhood lead poisoning to Antarctica climate change records. This facility is used by faculty from the School of Science, the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, the School of Engineering, and the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis Center for regenerative Biology and Medicine

Department of Biology IUPUI 723 W. Michigan St. Indianapolis, IN 46202The Center for Regenerative Biology and Medicine was established in 2001 on the Indianapolis campus of Indiana University, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), through a grant from the State of Indiana 21st Century Research and Technology Fund. In 2011, the Center changed its name to the Center for Developmental Biology (CDRB) to better reflect the Center's membership and mission. The administrative home of the CDRB is the Department of Biology in the School of Science. The CRBM has three missions: Multidisciplinary research aimed at understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms of regeneration. Translation of basic research findings into regenerative medicine therapies through technology transfer. Graduate education leading to Biology MS and PhD degrees in regenerative biology and medicine.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis Center for regenerative Biology and Medicine

420 University Boulevard Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesThe Center for Regenerative Biology and Medicine was established in 2001 on the Indianapolis campus of Indiana University, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), through a grant from the State of Indiana 21st Century Research and Technology Fund. In 2011, the Center changed its name to the Center for Developmental Biology (CDRB) to better reflect the Center's membership and mission. The administrative home of the CDRB is the Department of Biology in the School of Science. The CRBM has three missions: Multidisciplinary research aimed at understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms of regeneration. Translation of basic research findings into regenerative medicine therapies through technology transfer. Graduate education leading to Biology MS and PhD degrees in regenerative biology and medicine.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis Laser Microdissection Core

402 N. Blackford, LD222 Indianapolis IN 46202The Laser Microdissection Core Facility allows for extremely precise tissue harvesting — down to individual cells. This newly funded facility has only been in operation since January 2010. Used primarily by our Psychobiology of Addictions department in molecular expression studies, the facility will likely serve the research needs of other departments, such as Psychiatry, and possibly off-campus organizations in the future.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis Laser Microdissection Core

402 North Blackford Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesThe Laser Microdissection Core Facility allows for extremely precise tissue harvesting — down to individual cells. This newly funded facility has only been in operation since January 2010. Used primarily by our Psychobiology of Addictions department in molecular expression studies, the facility will likely serve the research needs of other departments, such as Psychiatry, and possibly off-campus organizations in the future.

Infinity Laboratories

2200 W. 97th Pl. Crown Point, IN, 46307 United StatesInfinity Laboratories is a powerful network of state-of-the-art testing facilities that are FDA Registered, ISO 17025 Accredited, and DEA licensed. With an enhanced focus in the areas of chemical and microbiological sciences, we support pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. Our goal is to go Beyond Testing and become a partner in the success of our customers.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis NMR Center

402 N. Blackford St. Indianapolis, IN 46202Research at the NMR Center is on molecular structure and dynamics with focus on biological systems. The Center is constantly looking for interested users from both the IU system and the outside. We offer services for specific NMR measurements as well as expertise for development of pilot studies. If you work on proteins, lipids, or nucleic acids talk to us to find out how NMR can expand your research.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis NMR Center

402 North Blackford Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesResearch at the NMR Center is on molecular structure and dynamics with focus on biological systems. The Center is constantly looking for interested users from both the IU system and the outside. We offer services for specific NMR measurements as well as expertise for development of pilot studies. If you work on proteins, lipids, or nucleic acids talk to us to find out how NMR can expand your research.

Indiana University Vector Production Facility

980 W. Walnut St., R3-C602C Indianapolis, IN 46202-5254 USAIndiana University Vector Production Facility (IU VPF) specializes in retroviral and lentiviral vector systems and offers testing and vector production services for academic investigators performing extramurally funded research.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis Mass Spectrometry Facility

402 N. Blackford, LD222 Indianapolis IN 46202The Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology operates a mass spectrometry (MS) facility to provide top-quality MS support for students and researchers. We currently specialize in walk-up MS analysis for GC-MS and LC-MS to provide hands-on MS instrumentation training. Instruments currently available for walk-up use include: an Agilent 6890-5973 GC-MS; an Agilent 7890-5975 GC-FID/GC-MS; an Agilent 1100-6130A LC-MS with ESI; and, an Agilent 1100-6130B LC-MS with ESI and APCI capabilities. This facility also contains an Agilent 1200SL-6410 rapid resolution LC-Triple Quad MS with sensitivity upgrade and an Agilent 1200-6520 capillary LC-Q-TOF MS. These two instruments were obtained through a National Science Foundation grant to support multiple research efforts at IUPUI. While they are not currently available for walk-up use, arrangements can be made for sample analysis by staff, or researcher training for larger projects if instrument time is available. The facility also contains a SpectrumMill MS proteomics workbench, Bioconfirm, Mass Profiler, Mass profiler Professional and a METLIN database for data analysis.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis Mass Spectrometry Facility

402 North Blackford Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesThe Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology operates a mass spectrometry (MS) facility to provide top-quality MS support for students and researchers. We currently specialize in walk-up MS analysis for GC-MS and LC-MS to provide hands-on MS instrumentation training. Instruments currently available for walk-up use include: an Agilent 6890-5973 GC-MS; an Agilent 7890-5975 GC-FID/GC-MS; an Agilent 1100-6130A LC-MS with ESI; and, an Agilent 1100-6130B LC-MS with ESI and APCI capabilities. This facility also contains an Agilent 1200SL-6410 rapid resolution LC-Triple Quad MS with sensitivity upgrade and an Agilent 1200-6520 capillary LC-Q-TOF MS. These two instruments were obtained through a National Science Foundation grant to support multiple research efforts at IUPUI. While they are not currently available for walk-up use, arrangements can be made for sample analysis by staff, or researcher training for larger projects if instrument time is available. The facility also contains a SpectrumMill MS proteomics workbench, Bioconfirm, Mass Profiler, Mass profiler Professional and a METLIN database for data analysis.

Indiana University SoO Borish Center for Ophthalmic Research

Third Floor 800 E. Atwater Avenue Bloomington, IN 47405Indiana University School of Optometry offers a unique collaboration of clinical and didactic teaching, graduate teaching in Vision Science, with its many cutting-edge research endeavors. With the tremendous support of the legendary Dr. Irv Borish and his family, and named in recognition for his accomplishments as a clinician-scientist in the advancement of our profession, the Borish Center for Ophthalmic Research (BCOR) supports the research endeavors of the School of Optometry. Specifically, it welcomes collaborative partners from private practice, universities, industry, and private agencies to join together to work on important questions related to our mission. The mission of the Borish Center for Ophthalmic Research is to support and facilitate the investigation of methods to improve the ocular health and advance the visual performance of patients around the world. The BCOR aims to accomplish this by investigating and developing novel optical devices and corrections to enhance visual performance, and disease diagnostic and treatment strategies that can be translated directly to clinical care. The center’s goals are: To foster an environment that encourages multidisciplinary approaches to identifying and solving vision problems. To promote strong working relationships with Indiana University, government agencies, industry, professional organizations, practitioners, and the public. To develop a leading clinical vision research center that attracts scholars and researchers from around the world. To provide an arena for the education of clinical researchers in vision and the training of vision science graduate students, residents, and fellows, as well as optometry students. To provide an infrastructure of shared equipment, technical knowledge, and expertise that promotes innovative and challenging clinical investigations, allowing feasibility studies or clinical trials on short notice or for long durations.

Indiana University SoO Borish Center for Ophthalmic Research

800 Atwater Avenue Bloomington, IN, 47405 United StatesIndiana University School of Optometry offers a unique collaboration of clinical and didactic teaching, graduate teaching in Vision Science, with its many cutting-edge research endeavors. With the tremendous support of the legendary Dr. Irv Borish and his family, and named in recognition for his accomplishments as a clinician-scientist in the advancement of our profession, the Borish Center for Ophthalmic Research (BCOR) supports the research endeavors of the School of Optometry. Specifically, it welcomes collaborative partners from private practice, universities, industry, and private agencies to join together to work on important questions related to our mission. The mission of the Borish Center for Ophthalmic Research is to support and facilitate the investigation of methods to improve the ocular health and advance the visual performance of patients around the world. The BCOR aims to accomplish this by investigating and developing novel optical devices and corrections to enhance visual performance, and disease diagnostic and treatment strategies that can be translated directly to clinical care. The center’s goals are: To foster an environment that encourages multidisciplinary approaches to identifying and solving vision problems. To promote strong working relationships with Indiana University, government agencies, industry, professional organizations, practitioners, and the public. To develop a leading clinical vision research center that attracts scholars and researchers from around the world. To provide an arena for the education of clinical researchers in vision and the training of vision science graduate students, residents, and fellows, as well as optometry students. To provide an infrastructure of shared equipment, technical knowledge, and expertise that promotes innovative and challenging clinical investigations, allowing feasibility studies or clinical trials on short notice or for long durations.

Inphoton

Indianapolis, IN United StatesInphoton provides drug biodistribution and pharmacokinetics, characterization, toxicity tests, physiological tests, and image analysis.

Indiana University Bloomington Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics

107 S. Indiana Avenue Bloomington, IN 47405-7000The CGB was created in 2000 by the Office of the Vice Provost for Research (OVPR) and the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University. It receives additional support from the School of Informatics and Computing (SOIC), the School of Public Health, the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA), and IU Medical Sciences. The CGB has also received financial support from Lilly Endowment, Inc. awards to Indiana University. The primary missions of the CGB are to: Act as a service facility that provides IU faculty access to genome technologies and bioinformatic support. Provide consulting and training that supports the development of genome-enabled research programs and grant proposals. Develop new genome technologies and bioinformatics tools that are not easily purchased as a fee for service elsewhere.

Indiana University Bloomington Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics

107 South Indiana Avenue Bloomington, IN, 47405 United StatesThe CGB was created in 2000 by the Office of the Vice Provost for Research (OVPR) and the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University. It receives additional support from the School of Informatics and Computing (SOIC), the School of Public Health, the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA), and IU Medical Sciences. The CGB has also received financial support from Lilly Endowment, Inc. awards to Indiana University. The primary missions of the CGB are to: Act as a service facility that provides IU faculty access to genome technologies and bioinformatic support. Provide consulting and training that supports the development of genome-enabled research programs and grant proposals. Develop new genome technologies and bioinformatics tools that are not easily purchased as a fee for service elsewhere.

Indiana University SoM Simon Cancer Center Behavioral and Cancer Control Recruitment Core

535 Barnhill Drive, Room RT 417 Indianapolis, IN 46202The mission of the Behavioral and Cancer Control Recruitment Core is to serve the needs of all cancer center investigators whose research is related to cancer prevention and control (CPC) science and involves human subjects. Research participants may be healthy populations or cancer patients. This core of the IU Simon Cancer Center was established to optimize behavioral and cancer control research recruitment. Its purpose is to coordinate and support accrual and oversee recruitment of all CPC approved studies that include human subjects. The core provides supervised recruitment throughout the cancer center, other sites and regional social networks. In addition, it provides recruiter training, communication with clinical care groups, recruitment material preparation and ongoing recruitment strategy assessment. During study development, the core provides consultation services, including estimates of patients available for proposed studies. The core can provide actual recruitment for studies or coordinate recruitment if investigators wish to use their own personnel. There is synergy of recruitment efforts if several investigators use core facilities for recruitment since subjects could be recruited for multiple studies simultaneously. Finally, the core can help coordinate accrual when studies from other programs include collection of data that is usually considered under CPC such as quality of life assessment.

Indianna University SoD CRTU In Situ Research Unit

415 Lansing Street Indianapolis, IN 46202-2876In-situ caries research conducted at the Oral Health Research Institute include basic research investigations of: intra-oral as well as in vitro demineralization and remineralization of dental hard tissue and the efficacy of newly developed cariostatic protocols and/or therapeutic agents; new, tested and validated state-of-the-art caries detection technologies; the metabolism and pharmacological effects of fluoride; and the biological impact of fluoride contained in foods, beverages and dentifrice products. A substantial number of these investigations are conducted as the result of sponsored agreements with industry and the submission of protocols for research grants. The unit manager will work with sponsors to design specific protocols to meet individual sponsor needs. All laboratory investigations are conducted under Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) Guidelines issued by the FDA, with all laboratory procedures audited and final study reports reviewed by the OHRI's Quality Assurance Officer. The In Situ Unit is supported by the faculty and staff of the following programs at the Indiana University School of Dentistry's Department of Preventive and Community Dentistry. In Situ Models Intra-Oral Caries Models for Evaluating Anticaries Efficacy of Fluoride Products

Indianna University SoD CRTU In Situ Research Unit

415 Lansing Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202-2876 United StatesIn-situ caries research conducted at the Oral Health Research Institute include basic research investigations of: intra-oral as well as in vitro demineralization and remineralization of dental hard tissue and the efficacy of newly developed cariostatic protocols and/or therapeutic agents; new, tested and validated state-of-the-art caries detection technologies; the metabolism and pharmacological effects of fluoride; and the biological impact of fluoride contained in foods, beverages and dentifrice products. A substantial number of these investigations are conducted as the result of sponsored agreements with industry and the submission of protocols for research grants. The unit manager will work with sponsors to design specific protocols to meet individual sponsor needs. All laboratory investigations are conducted under Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) Guidelines issued by the FDA, with all laboratory procedures audited and final study reports reviewed by the OHRI's Quality Assurance Officer. The In Situ Unit is supported by the faculty and staff of the following programs at the Indiana University School of Dentistry's Department of Preventive and Community Dentistry. In Situ Models Intra-Oral Caries Models for Evaluating Anticaries Efficacy of Fluoride Products

Indiana University School of Medicine Angio BioCore

1044 W. Walnut St. (R4, Room 470) Indianapolis, IN 46202The Angio BioCore (ABC) is a state-of-the-art facility that has been established through the IU Simon Cancer Center to conduct validated and highly reproducible in vitro and in vivo angiogenesis, endothelial, hematopoietic and multi-parametric flow cytometry assays and their role in normal and patient-related hematologic and cardiovascular disorders.

Indiana Centers for Applied Protein Sciences

351 West 10th Street, Suite 350 Indianapolis, Indiana 46202Indiana Centers for Applied Protein Sciences offers protein analysis, validation, and biomarker services.

Indiana University Simon - Therapeutic Validation Core

410 West 10th Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United States

Indiana University Cardiovascular Ischemia and Vasculogenesis Core

1481 W. 10th St., C3105 | Indianapolis, IN 46202The Cardiovascular Ischemia and Vasculogenesis Core (CIVC) is based in the Center for Vascular Biology and Medicine. CIVC was established to provide investigators in the community with essential research resources to support preclinical studies that employ various rodent cardiovascular disease models for generating physiological data or for testing experimental compounds, molecules, cells or devices. CIVC renders services by either conducting user-defined experiments or training researchers to perform specialized procedures. CIVC personnel possess a high level of expertise with a wide variety of model systems and techniques and use this knowledge to advise investigators as to the appropriateness and applicability of each model or technique to the desired experimental outcome. Animal models, diagnostic analyses and surgical services include ischemic heart and peripheral limb models, invasive and non-invasive diagnostics, animal instrumentation and preparation of tissues for pathology. It is the policy of this core that all investigators who use the services of CIVC, should report on publications and grant support garnered by using CIVC resources annually. Core use should be acknowledged in peer-reviewed publications.

Indiana University Cardiovascular Ischemia and Vasculogenesis Core

1481 West 10th Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesThe Cardiovascular Ischemia and Vasculogenesis Core (CIVC) is based in the Center for Vascular Biology and Medicine. CIVC was established to provide investigators in the community with essential research resources to support preclinical studies that employ various rodent cardiovascular disease models for generating physiological data or for testing experimental compounds, molecules, cells or devices. CIVC renders services by either conducting user-defined experiments or training researchers to perform specialized procedures. CIVC personnel possess a high level of expertise with a wide variety of model systems and techniques and use this knowledge to advise investigators as to the appropriateness and applicability of each model or technique to the desired experimental outcome. Animal models, diagnostic analyses and surgical services include ischemic heart and peripheral limb models, invasive and non-invasive diagnostics, animal instrumentation and preparation of tissues for pathology. It is the policy of this core that all investigators who use the services of CIVC, should report on publications and grant support garnered by using CIVC resources annually. Core use should be acknowledged in peer-reviewed publications.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis Nanoscale Imaging Center

402 N. Blackford, LD222 Indianapolis IN 46202The Nanoscale Imaging Center anchors a campus-wide effort to investigate the behavior of single molecules and nanostructures, with an emphasis on medical, biological, and materials science applications. The center houses several top-of-the-line imaging instruments, including a laser scanning confocal microscope, confocal fluorescence correlation spectroscope, and atomic force microscope. Used by our Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Psychology departments, this facility also collaborates with researchers in the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis Nanoscale Imaging Center

402 North Blackford Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesThe Nanoscale Imaging Center anchors a campus-wide effort to investigate the behavior of single molecules and nanostructures, with an emphasis on medical, biological, and materials science applications. The center houses several top-of-the-line imaging instruments, including a laser scanning confocal microscope, confocal fluorescence correlation spectroscope, and atomic force microscope. Used by our Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Psychology departments, this facility also collaborates with researchers in the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Indiana University Bloomington Molecular Structure Center

Chemistry, A421, Indiana University, 800 E, Kirkwood Ave., Bloomington, IN 47405-7102The Indiana University Molecular Structure Center (IUMSC) provides state-of-the-art service and research crystallography, including routine and non-routine small-molecule single-crystal X-ray structure determination and X-ray powder diffraction analysis to Indiana University. We offer crystallography classes to students and enable researchers to carry out their own specialized diffraction experiments. We also facilitate collaborations with other allied laboratories and regularly conduct sophisticated experiments at National Laboratories. The center develops information technology tools for remote instrument access, fast data dissemination, and cyber collaboration to aid crystallographic experiments. The IUMSC is dedicated to improving scientific literacy of the general public and develops cyber teaching tools to enhance Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education and inspire young scientists to pursue STEM careers. We welcome the general public to visit and tour our center. Overview The Indiana University Molecular Structure Center is a service and research facility in the area of crystallography, and structural and materials chemistry. It is a center of the Office of the Vice Provost for Research and located in the Department of Chemistry at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. The laboratory has a full complement of single crystal and powder diffraction equipment used to characterize crystalline materials using the techniques of X-ray crystallography. We welcome students and faculty to individual training, enabling them to carry out their own experiments and analysis in our center, and we invite and assist researchers in designing specialized diffraction experiments. We also carry out advanced experiments with neutron and synchrotron radiation at National Facilities.

Indiana University Cardiovascular SoM Indiana Center for Biological Microscopy

950 West Walnut Street Suite 202 Indianapolis, IN 46202Funding from the University, the Medical School, the Division of Nephrology, the NIH and the Lilly Endowment has given Indiana University a world-class center for biomedical microscopy. The Indiana Center for Biological Microscopy is a light microscopy Core Facility that provides state-of-the-art imaging capabilities to Indiana University researchers. Researchers are trained to operate facility equipment, which they may then use independently at a reasonable hourly rate. The Center has provided state-of-the-art imaging capabilities to IU Researchers since 1996. In 2002 the ICBM was designated as an NIDDK George O'Brien Center for Advanced Microscopic Analysis, whose objective is to develop methods of intravital multiphoton microscopy and 3-dimensional microscopy for renal research.

Indiana University Cardiovascular SoM Indiana Center for Biological Microscopy

950 West Walnut Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesFunding from the University, the Medical School, the Division of Nephrology, the NIH and the Lilly Endowment has given Indiana University a world-class center for biomedical microscopy. The Indiana Center for Biological Microscopy is a light microscopy Core Facility that provides state-of-the-art imaging capabilities to Indiana University researchers. Researchers are trained to operate facility equipment, which they may then use independently at a reasonable hourly rate. The Center has provided state-of-the-art imaging capabilities to IU Researchers since 1996. In 2002 the ICBM was designated as an NIDDK George O'Brien Center for Advanced Microscopic Analysis, whose objective is to develop methods of intravital multiphoton microscopy and 3-dimensional microscopy for renal research.

Indiana State University Center for Bat Research, Outreach and Conservation

200 North Seventh Street, Terre Haute, Indiana, USA 47809-1902Mission Our mission is to conduct and encourage research on North American bats, by collaborating with students and other scientists, and to make our findings available to the scientific community and the public through technical and popular publications, teaching, and outreach programs. History The Center for North American Bat Research and Conservation was established in September 2005 under the direction of Dr. John O. Whitaker, Jr. in the Biology Department of ISU. With the retirement of Dr. Whitaker in June 2012, directorship of the center was transferred to Dr. Joy O’Keefe. In March 2013, our name was changed to the Center for Bat Research, Outreach, and Conservation.

Indiana State University Center for Bat Research, Outreach and Conservation

200 North 7th Street Terre Haute, IN, 47809 United StatesMission Our mission is to conduct and encourage research on North American bats, by collaborating with students and other scientists, and to make our findings available to the scientific community and the public through technical and popular publications, teaching, and outreach programs. History The Center for North American Bat Research and Conservation was established in September 2005 under the direction of Dr. John O. Whitaker, Jr. in the Biology Department of ISU. With the retirement of Dr. Whitaker in June 2012, directorship of the center was transferred to Dr. Joy O’Keefe. In March 2013, our name was changed to the Center for Bat Research, Outreach, and Conservation.

Indiana University School of Medicine - Proteomics Core

Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United States

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis SoD Microbial Caries Research Facility

1121 West Michigan Street Dental School DS 406 Indianapolis, IN 46202-2876Welcome to Microbial Caries Research Facility, IU School of Dentistry at IUPUI. As an important component of the Oral Health Research Institute, this facility has been extensively involved in OHRI's caries research and studies. As an important component of the Oral Health Research Institute, this facility has been extensively involved in OHRI's caries research and studies. A substantial number of these investigations are conducted as the result of sponsored agreements with industry and the submission of protocols for research grants. The faculty/scientists work with sponsors to design specific protocols to meet individual sponsor needs. The in vitro microbial caries models developed in the Microbial Caries Research Laboratory are used to study primary, secondary and root caries. These models are also used extensively for studying the anticariogenic and/or antimicrobial properties of toothpastes, dental materials, foods, antimicrobial agents, and remineralizing agents. The facility is supported by the faculty and staff of the following programs at the Indiana University School of Dentistry's Department of Preventive and Community Dentistry.

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis SoD Microbial Caries Research Facility

1121 West Michigan Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesWelcome to Microbial Caries Research Facility, IU School of Dentistry at IUPUI. As an important component of the Oral Health Research Institute, this facility has been extensively involved in OHRI's caries research and studies. As an important component of the Oral Health Research Institute, this facility has been extensively involved in OHRI's caries research and studies. A substantial number of these investigations are conducted as the result of sponsored agreements with industry and the submission of protocols for research grants. The faculty/scientists work with sponsors to design specific protocols to meet individual sponsor needs. The in vitro microbial caries models developed in the Microbial Caries Research Laboratory are used to study primary, secondary and root caries. These models are also used extensively for studying the anticariogenic and/or antimicrobial properties of toothpastes, dental materials, foods, antimicrobial agents, and remineralizing agents. The facility is supported by the faculty and staff of the following programs at the Indiana University School of Dentistry's Department of Preventive and Community Dentistry.

Joseph A. Jakubowski

3740 Governors Rd Indianapolis, IN, 46208 United StatesForty year experience in drug discovery and development in the field of thrombosis and hemostasis.  Experience includes in vitro and in vivo assay development, SAR, PK, PD and biomarker utilization in both preclinical and clinical settings.  Phase 1 through 4 clinical trial design with successful launch and commercialization of several anti platelet agents.

Jonathan A Lee

4555 Broadway Street Indianapolis, IN, 46205 United StatesOver 25 years pharmaceutical experience: portfolio management, evaluation and deployment of new technologies, and quantitative biology.  Research emphasized the use of complex, physiologically relevant cellular systems for target validation, lead generation, SAR support, and biomarker discovery. Early adopter of phenotypic drug discovery (PDD) strategies, scientific founder of Lilly’s Open Innovation drug discovery venture,  advocate for the international PDD community.  Consultation for AI-Biotech startups, academia, and instrument companies.

Jeffrey R. Weidner

13472 Lorenzo Blvd. Carmel, IN, 46074 United StatesExperienced drug discovery scientist, manager and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. Assay scientist with significant experience in assay development and operations for both HTS and SAR support, statistics, data mining and analysis, and IT management.. Author and editor for the NIH Assay Guidance Manual. 37 peer reviewed publications and 2 issued patents.Expertise in : Analytical Chemistry, Assay Design, Assay Development,Automation and Robotics, Data Analysis, Continuous Improvement, Change Management, Data Mining, Enzymology, Drug Discovery High Throughput Screening, Informatics, Instrumental Analysis, IT Systems Development, Peptide and Protein Chemistry, Peptide Synthesis, Process Design, Quality, Six Sigma, Statistics, Statistical Process Control.

Karyosoft Inc.

PO Box 3556 275 Medical Drive, Carmel, IN, 46032 United StatesKaryosoft offers in-house genomics data management, analytics and visualization platforms for life scientists to get insights in seconds within your secured on-premise or cloud environment. It is like your own in-house secured customized GenBank for your genomics data.

Karyosoft Inc.

14162 HEATHER KNOLL PKWY, Carmel IN 46074 Carmel IN 46074 Carmel, IN, 46074 United StatesKaryosoft offers in-house genomics data management, analytics and visualization platforms for life scientists to get insights in seconds within your secured on-premise or cloud environment. It is like your own in-house secured customized GenBank for your genomics data.

KP Pharmaceutical Technology

1212 W. Rappel Ave. Bloomington IN 47404-1702 USAKP Pharmaceutical Technology provides preformulation studies, characterization, dosage form development, manufacturing, and drug studies.

Leidos Health

705 E. Main St. Westfield, IN 46074We are Leidos Health. Uniting more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, Leidos Health was formed in 2013 when SAIC, Vitalize Consulting Solutions, and maxIT Healthcare joined forces to create one of the most experienced health information technology consulting firms in North America. Now Leidos Health brings this shared expertise to its clients. At Leidos Health, helping clients improve care and lower costs is at the heart of what we do – and our formula to enhance healthcare is simple: Fuse some of the world’s most advanced technologies with the brightest minds in consulting, science and research. Discover the Many Perspectives of Leidos Health Implementation: We have experience across all major vendor EHR systems. Our clinical, financial, and technical subject matter experts provide assistance at any phase of an implementation project including planning, design, build, test, and training, and bring methodologies, best practices, and unique insights. We can also provide dedicated resources to help manage operational and legacy systems, as well as plan and support go-live projects. Optimization: With proven methodologies and deep domain expertise, we can help you get the most from their EHR systems through a focus on clinical workflows, revenue cycle, technology and analytics. Our experts help streamline workflows, improve adoption, reduce operational costs, make better use of technology, access and understand data, and meet regulatory reporting needs. Interoperability: We can help your health IT systems speak the same language, and help make you’re your organization data-driven. Our specialists provide a combination of EHR system expertise, standards-based knowledge, and systems integration experience to ensure your systems are able to share information seamlessly and securely. Our solutions help support timely access to health information, facilitating collaborative care, chronic disease treatment, and public health surveillance. Cybersecurity: The question isn’t if, but when a security breach will impact an organization. We apply decades of national security and health IT expertise to help strengthen enterprises against cyberattacks. Through continuous monitoring, we can identify threats and quickly resolve potential issues. Our comprehensive security services allow customers to maintain the confidentiality, integrity and availability of critical IT systems and data, meet compliance mandates, and operate securely in an increasingly targeted healthcare environment. Federal Health IT: Leidos has a long history of success and innovation supporting health-focused programs within the federal government, including the Departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and Health and Human Services. Examples of our services to these agencies and others include: electronic health records (EHRs) / systems integration, health analytics, interoperability, cybersecurity, infrastructure and IT support, software development, grants management, emergency preparedness and response, behavioral health research and outreach, human performance research, and nurse advice line. For more information on our Federal Health services, visit www.leidos.com/health.

Leidos Health

705 E Main St, Westfield, , IN , 46074 United StatesWe are Leidos Health. Uniting more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, Leidos Health was formed in 2013 when SAIC, Vitalize Consulting Solutions, and maxIT Healthcare joined forces to create one of the most experienced health information technology consulting firms in North America. Now Leidos Health brings this shared expertise to its clients. At Leidos Health, helping clients improve care and lower costs is at the heart of what we do – and our formula to enhance healthcare is simple: Fuse some of the world’s most advanced technologies with the brightest minds in consulting, science and research. Discover the Many Perspectives of Leidos Health Implementation: We have experience across all major vendor EHR systems. Our clinical, financial, and technical subject matter experts provide assistance at any phase of an implementation project including planning, design, build, test, and training, and bring methodologies, best practices, and unique insights. We can also provide dedicated resources to help manage operational and legacy systems, as well as plan and support go-live projects. Optimization: With proven methodologies and deep domain expertise, we can help you get the most from their EHR systems through a focus on clinical workflows, revenue cycle, technology and analytics. Our experts help streamline workflows, improve adoption, reduce operational costs, make better use of technology, access and understand data, and meet regulatory reporting needs. Interoperability: We can help your health IT systems speak the same language, and help make you’re your organization data-driven. Our specialists provide a combination of EHR system expertise, standards-based knowledge, and systems integration experience to ensure your systems are able to share information seamlessly and securely. Our solutions help support timely access to health information, facilitating collaborative care, chronic disease treatment, and public health surveillance. Cybersecurity: The question isn’t if, but when a security breach will impact an organization. We apply decades of national security and health IT expertise to help strengthen enterprises against cyberattacks. Through continuous monitoring, we can identify threats and quickly resolve potential issues. Our comprehensive security services allow customers to maintain the confidentiality, integrity and availability of critical IT systems and data, meet compliance mandates, and operate securely in an increasingly targeted healthcare environment. Federal Health IT: Leidos has a long history of success and innovation supporting health-focused programs within the federal government, including the Departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and Health and Human Services. Examples of our services to these agencies and others include: electronic health records (EHRs) / systems integration, health analytics, interoperability, cybersecurity, infrastructure and IT support, software development, grants management, emergency preparedness and response, behavioral health research and outreach, human performance research, and nurse advice line. For more information on our Federal Health services, visit www.leidos.com/health.

Lawrence (Larry) Gelbert

5348 Central Ave Indianapolis, IN, 46220 United StatesDrug discovery and development advisor for the life science/biopharmaceutical industries and nonprofits engaged in translational research for rare, neglected and genetic diseases. Over 30 years of scientific experience (20+ in the pharmaceutical industry) in cancer research, small and large molecule drug discovery and development, human/cancer genetics,  technology development including pharmacogenomics and biomarker discovery. Accomplishments include identification and characterization of an oral cdk4/6 inhibitor Verzenio (abemaciclib), portfolio entry and hit-to-lead activities for numerouse targets, development of novel multiplexed in vitro and in vivo assays, implementation of patient stratification and pharmacodynamic biomarker strategies for multiple projects. Extensive experience with drug repurposing for rare, neglected and genetic diseases. 

Mediomics

5445 Highland Park DriveMediomics develops and offers assay kits, biosensors, microarrays, and reagents to support therapeutic research.

Medical Decision Modeling, Inc.

3500 Depauw Boulevard Suite 1037 Indianapolis, IN, 46268 United StatesMDM is committed to successfully developing, analyzing, and communicating scientifically-defensible health and economic value messages for our client's external and internal stakeholders. MDM provides a wide range of global health outcomes research services with a focus on pharmacoeconomic modeling (including target market segment identification and quality control audits), reimbursement dossiers, systematic literature reviews, and database and statistical analyses. MDM incorporated in 1997 (its predecessor, Smolen & Associates, was founded in 1994). MDM has performed research in over eighty distinct diseases or disorders encompassing work for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, device and diagnostic companies, as well as academic medical research centers. Through 2015, MDM's work has been or is being successfully implemented in 24 countries (Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, The Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Mexico, The Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Scotland, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Turkey, and the US). The senior research team at MDM averages over twenty years of modeling and health outcomes research experience and over ten years of tenure at the company. MDM strives to build long-term partner relationships by providing an insightful, responsive, and flexible approach to addressing our global clients’ increasingly complex needs.

Matrix Biological

2446 Thorium Drive #13 Greenwood , Indiana, 46143 United StatesMatrix Biological provides high quality biospecimens and data needed for biomedical research, whether it is based on comprehending the causes of disease at a molecular level, immunohistochemistry, or other.

Midwest MicroLab

7212 N. Shadeland Avenue, Suite 110Midwest MicroLab offers elemental and microchemical analysis services.

Microbac Laboratories

2701 North Cullen Ave, Suite AMicrobac Laboratories, Inc. is a full-service contract laboratory (cGMP and GLP) offering: Microbiology, Analytical Chemistry,and Virology testing. Other tests: Stability, Environmental Monitoring, and Elemental Analysis. Industries serviced: Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Generics, Cosmetics, and OTC. Microbac will work as the contracted laboratory supporting laboratory testing services in preparation for filing the IND - NDA, BLA and ANDA Submissions.

Microbac Laboratories

5713 West 85th StreetMicrobac Laboratories, Inc. is a full-service contract laboratory (cGMP and GLP) offering: Microbiology, Analytical Chemistry,and Virology testing. Other tests: Stability, Environmental Monitoring, and Elemental Analysis. Industries serviced: Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Generics, Cosmetics, and OTC. Microbac will work as the contracted laboratory supporting laboratory testing services in preparation for filing the IND - NDA, BLA and ANDA Submissions.

Microbac Laboratories

250 West 84th DriveMicrobac Laboratories, Inc. is a full-service contract laboratory (cGMP and GLP) offering: Microbiology, Analytical Chemistry,and Virology testing. Other tests: Stability, Environmental Monitoring, and Elemental Analysis. Industries serviced: Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Generics, Cosmetics, and OTC. Microbac will work as the contracted laboratory supporting laboratory testing services in preparation for filing the IND - NDA, BLA and ANDA Submissions.

Midwest Bio-Tech

12690 Ford DriveMidwest Biotech provides custom synthesis of high-purity peptides and resins.

MakroCare

One Northbrook Place CenterMakroCare is a clinical research organization and offers late phase studies, quality assurance, regulatory affairs, clinical monitoring and data management.

McQueen Laboratory Supply Company

1093 North County Road 50 East 50 E Danville, IN, 46122 United StatesFor years McQueen has been helping universities, the government, contractors, and local businesses across the nation save thousands. With a simple web site, incredible discounts, and free shipping nationwide we have made buying lab equipment fast, easy, and much less expensive. We work directly and exclusively with Thermo Scientific, the largest manufacturer of laboratory equipment in the world. This direct relationship keeps us up to date on new products, promotions, and discounts. We pass all savings on to you. We firmly believe that scientific research is the greatest pursuit of mankind, and so our goal is simple: Support Science. We do this by helping those who pursue science save money.

McQueen Laboratory Supply Company

1093 N County Road 50 E Danville, IN , 46122For years McQueen has been helping universities, the government, contractors, and local businesses across the nation save thousands. With a simple web site, incredible discounts, and free shipping nationwide we have made buying lab equipment fast, easy, and much less expensive. We work directly and exclusively with Thermo Scientific, the largest manufacturer of laboratory equipment in the world. This direct relationship keeps us up to date on new products, promotions, and discounts. We pass all savings on to you. We firmly believe that scientific research is the greatest pursuit of mankind, and so our goal is simple: Support Science. We do this by helping those who pursue science save money.

Michael Lajiness

508 S 9th ave Beech Grove, IN, 46107 United Statescheminformatics, Chem/Bio Information systems like Mobius, D360

Megadalton Solutions Inc

800 E Kirkwood Ave Bloomington, INDIANA, 47401 United StatesMegadalton Solutions is an early-stage biotechnology company developing CDMS based assays for the analysis of large molecules such as gene therapies. Gene based therapies represent the next generation of medicine, and many of the platforms utilized fall outside the size range of conventional mass spectrometry. CDMS overcomes the limitations of conventional mass spectrometry to allow for the precision of mass spectrometry to be extended to this new class of therapeutics.

Medasource

8395 Keystone Crossing #300 Indianapolis, IN, 46240 United StatesMedasource is a national healthcare and life sciences professional services organization. We support the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, and Medical Device industries by providing medical, scientific, and analytical expertise and consulting services. Our robust consultant network and active sourcing model is built to support critical functions across R&D, Medical Affairs, and Regulatory.

National Gene Vector Biorepository

Dept. of Medical and Molecular Genetics 980 West Walnut Street, R3 C602 Indianapolis, IN 46202The National Gene Vector Biorepository (NGVB) is a resource for academic investigators and others conducting gene therapy research. Efforts in the NGVB are focused in four areas: Archiving and Testing Services Insertional Site Analysis Pharmacology and Toxicology Resources Reagent Repository. The databases and educational resources are open to everyone. Other services are limited to gene therapy investigators working in academic or other non-profit organizations. Please see About the NGVB for eligibility requirements.

New Brunswick Scientific

Unit 1801-05, Westin CentreNew Brunswick Scientific offers optimization, cell expertise, computer-controlled strategies, and media formulation.

OA Laboratories

1430 Stadium Way Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United States

Omicron Biochemicals

115 South Hill Street South Bend, IN 46617-2701 USAOmicron Biochemicals offers custom synthesis and supplies stable isotopes for biomedical research.

Omicron Biochemicals

South Bend, IN United StatesOmicron Biochemicals offers custom synthesis and supplies stable isotopes for biomedical research.

Ossium Health

5742 W 74th St Indianapolis, IN, 46278 United StatesOssium supports customers from discovery through commercialization by supplying both clinical and research grade human cells. We provide bone marrow derived human CD34+ cells and mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) produced at our GMP facility, access to our product master files, optional white-labeling, and regulatory support. We've invested in building a state-of-the-art production facility, a team with deep CMC expertise, and comprehensive donor qualification capabilities so that you can focus on your research goals. Ossium Inventa products are currently used in several IND's. Ossium Inventa can deliver their product across the globe with very little turnaround time (few day small order <100M cells up to max 2-4 week >100M cells). All Ossium cell products is delivered at P2 or P4 and we can provide you with unmatched high volume of total cells from the same single donor without ever exceeding P4.

PharmaCompare

Crown Point, IN, 46307 United StatesTo combine a comprehensive product and services marketplace with targeted editorial content to provide pharmaceutical scientists with a source for preclinical, clinical and pharmaceutical products and services.

Patrick C. May, Ph.D.

3427 Saint Alban Court Fort Wayne, IN, 46804 United StatesTwenty-five plus years of experience in pharmaceutical industry with increasing supervisory and strategic responsibilities. Significant background in most aspects of the drug discovery process in neurologic diseases. Externally recognized expertise ranging from target identification and validation through nonclinical and early phase clinical development. Committed drug hunter with successful track record of delivering multiple high quality clinical candidates. Retired from Eli Lilly in 2014 and now providing independent neuroscience pharmaceutical consulting. Current SAB member and drug discovery consultant for the Tau Consortium.

Precision for Medicine

9100 Keystone Crossing, Suite 250 Indianapolis, IN 46240Precision for Medicine supports the discovery, development, clinical trial work, and implementation of biomarkers essential for targeting patients more precisely and effectively. This dynamic new field requires novel services that aren’t currently offered by traditional research organizations. We provide an uncommon array of talent, products and services to enable our pharmaceutical and life sciences clients to take advantage of new advancements in science and stay ahead of regulatory changes. Our team encompasses scientists, clinical trial experts and technical specialists that support our trailblazing clients through: A state-of-the-art biorepository and laboratory Biomarker identification through analysis of ’omics and clinical data A comprehensive approach to companion diagnostic product development Fully integrated and global clinical trial capabilities

PacMoore Corporation

100 PacMoore Parkway Mooresville, IN 46158

PacMoore Corporation

1844 Summer Street Hammond, IN 46320

Polymicrospheres

4101 East 30th Street Indianapolis, IN 46218, USAPolymicrospheres provides research, development and manufacturing of uniform polymer microspheres for clinical diagnostics.

PACIV

2507 Bloyd AvenuePACIV (Process Automation - Controls.Instruments.Validations) provides control system engineering, instrumentation, validation, and control panel engineering.

Purdue University Bindley Bioscience Center - Integrated Screening Technologies

BIND-Room 222 1203 West State Street West Lafayette, IN 47907-2057

Purdue University - Birck Nanotechnology Center

1205 West State Street West Lafayette, IN 47907-2057The Birck Nanotechnology Center opened in July of 2005. This facility comprises 186,000 square feet, providing office space for 45 faculty, 21 clerical and technical staff, and up to 180 graduate students. The heart of the building is a 25,000 sq. ft. Class 1-10-100 nanofabrication cleanroom (Scifres Nanofabrication Laboratory), part of which is configured as a biomolecular cleanroom with separate entry and gowning areas and isolated air flow. The building also includes over 22,000 sq. ft. of laboratory space external to the cleanroom, including special low vibration rooms for nanostructures research, with temperature control to less than 0.1 °C. Other laboratories are specialized for nanophotonics, crystal growth, bio-nanotechnology, molecular electronics, MEMS and NEMS, surface analysis, SEM/TEM, electrical characterization, RF systems, instruction and training, and precision micro-machining and the Hall Nanometrology Laboratory. In addition, a unique nanotechnology incubator facility is provided for interaction with industry.

Perfinity Biosciences

1281 Win Hentschel Blvd, West Lafayette, IN 47906 USAAt Perfinity Biosciences we specialize in tools for protein sample preparation. Our mission is to make accurate sample prep universal. The Perfinity product portfolio includes immobilized enzymes, affinity reagents, optimized buffers, methods and software.

Q2 Lab Solutions

5225 Exploration Dr Indianapolis, IN, 46241 United StatesQ2 Solutions is a global clinical trials laboratory services organization formed as part of a joint venture transaction between Quintiles and Quest Diagnostics. It comprises Quintiles’ former Global Central Laboratories, BioAnalytical/ADME and genomics businesses and Quest Diagnostics’ former clinical trials business. At Expression Analysis, we offer a range of genomic services to support drug discovery, precision medicine and clinical development. Our industry-leading genomic services team can help you uncover invaluable insights from your data. Our experts design smarter studies to help you: We provide whole genome to focused set gene expression profiling and genotyping assays along with DNA and RNA sequencing services, sequence enrichment technologies and bioinformatics analysis expertise to support all product development needs. We offer tailored solutions for challenging specimens such as whole blood and FFPE tissues, as well as nucleic acid isolation and data analysis services. Through carefully orchestrated analyses, we work with you to choose platforms and assays that will distinctly fit your needs, and then use them to deliver valuable, informative data. Our solutions support our clients’ clinical trial and research efforts across the industry spectrum. We work with pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device/diagnostic, academic, government and nonprofit clients using a wide array of technology platforms, so that we can determine exactly what works best for you without sacrificing quality or efficiency. Our quality system follows CLSI guidelines and our CLIA-certified and CAP Accredited laboratory supports GLP compliance. Accelerate drug development with genomic know-how®. Partner with our experts to determine the best methods to obtain the data you need to solve complex biological problems, realize efficiencies, mitigate risks and improve your clinical outcomes.

Quantigen

7340 Crossing Place Suite 50 Fishers, IN 46038

Rok Cerne

6408 Studebaker Ln Indianapolis, IN, 46214 United StatesTechnical: Expert in invitro pharmacological assays. Thought leader in automated electrophysiology. Scientific: Human physiology and pathophysiology. Sixteen years of experience in drug discovery with focus on ion channel targets. Medical: Knowledge of general medicine. Slovenian Medical Board and ECFMG certified. Managerial: Leadership of scientific teams and discovery projects.

Rok Cerne

6804 Studebaker Lane Indianapolis, IN, 46214 United StatesTechnical: Expert in invitro pharmacological assays. Thought leader in automated electrophysiology. Scientific: Human physiology and pathophysiology. Sixteen years of experience in drug discovery with focus on ion channel targets. Medical: Knowledge of general medicine. Slovenian Medical Board and ECFMG certified. Managerial: Leadership of scientific teams and discovery projects.

Rubix LS

Evansville, IN, 47703 United StatesRubix LS primary goal is to eradicate rare diseases. We do this through transformative research & development, breakthroughs in engineering, and life-altering products through sustainable development engineering. We take pride in partnering with like-minded, influential organizations focused on the same ideals, and source world-class talent to help support their efforts.

Roche Applied Science

9115 Hague RoadRoche Applied Science offers cell biology, microarrays, protein/nucleic acid isolation, and sequencing services.

Roche Applied Science

Indianapolis, IN United StatesRoche Applied Science offers cell biology, microarrays, protein/nucleic acid isolation, and sequencing services.

Rutgers University IAMDN Microelectronics Research Laboratory

Engn - Elec & Computer Engn 94 Brett Road, Rm 115 Piscataway, NJ 08854-8058 Electrical Engineering Building Busch CampusThe Microelectronics Research Laboratory (MERL) works closely with researchers in academia, government and industry to help solve problems in multidisciplinary science and engineering and high-tech industry, to carry out advanced research in micro- and nano-optoelectronics, solid state devices and electronic materials. The capabilities of the laboratory include a dry processing area for plasma processing, thin film metallization and dielectric, thermal processing, ultraviolet lithography, nano-imprint and most recently atomic layer deposition, including: Metrology/Inspection - ISI Scanning Electron Microscope - SEM (microelectronics) Description: Scanning Electron Microscope

Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center

1481 West 10th Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United StatesThe Richard L. Roudebush Indianapolis VA Medical Center, located 2 miles northwest of the heart of downtown Indianapolis, has been serving Indiana Veterans since 1932. As Indiana’s tertiary care facility, Indianapolis VA Medical Center receives referrals from VA facilities at Ft. Wayne and Marion, Indiana, and from nearby Danville, Illinois. Indianapolis VA Medical Center provides acute inpatient medical, surgical, psychiatric, neurological, and rehabilitation care, as well as both primary and specialized outpatient services. Some noteworthy specialized services include comprehensive cardiac care, radiation oncology treatment and community based extended care. Indianapolis VA Medical Center is aggressively using emerging technology in the tele-home care and tele-disease management arenas. The medical center was selected as the site for the Veterans in Partnership (VISN 11) Network Polytrauma Center and is providing ongoing support to the returning Veterans from Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation New Dawn (OEF/OIF/OND). Additionally, the medical center has a 50-bed Domiciliary Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program targeting homeless Veterans. The medical center operates three Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC’s) located in Bloomington, Martinsville, and Terre Haute, Indiana. The more than 60,000 patients (3,700 women Veterans) treated by the Indianapolis VA Medical Center require over 613,000 outpatient visits and almost 7,900 inpatient episodes of care yearly.

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

5500 Wabash Avenue Terre Haute, IN 47803Mission The mission of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is to provide our students with the world's best undergraduate science, engineering, and mathematics education in an environment of individual attention and support. Vision Rose-Hulman graduates will be inspired and prepared for lives of purpose and success, defining and solving the problems of a complex global society. Rose-Hulman will be a lifelong partner with our graduates and a recognized global leader in science, engineering, and mathematics education.

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

5500 Wabash Avenue Terre Haute, , IN , 47803 United StatesMission The mission of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is to provide our students with the world's best undergraduate science, engineering, and mathematics education in an environment of individual attention and support. Vision Rose-Hulman graduates will be inspired and prepared for lives of purpose and success, defining and solving the problems of a complex global society. Rose-Hulman will be a lifelong partner with our graduates and a recognized global leader in science, engineering, and mathematics education.

Research Concierge™

7301 E. 90th Street Suite 117 Indianapolis, IN, 46256 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).

Roche Diagnostics

Indianapolis, IN, USARoche Diagnostics provides tools for prevention, diagnosis, and management of diseases.

Rimedion

Indianapolis, IN United StatesRimedion offers GMP production of vector samples for toxicology screening, assay development, and preclinical evaluation.

Sherry Laboratories

560 South Zimmer Road Warsaw, IN 46580-2368 USASherry Laboratories offers food and microbiology testing services.

ScyTek Laboratories

205 South 600 WestScyTek Laboratories provides peptides, antibody, histology, cytology, ELISA, and immunohistochemistry services.

Safis Solutions

342 Massachusetts Avenue, Suite 402 Indianapolis, IN 46204-2132 USASafis Solutions provides regulatory compliance consulting for life science companies.

Skjodt-Barrett Foods, Inc.

401 South Enterprise Boulevard Lebanon, IN, 46052 United StatesWELCOME TO SKJODT-BARRETT Creating great food is our passion. For over 25 years we have taken pride in working together with our customer partners to understand their unique needs and to provide creative, innovative solutions. Whether you require a custom foods solution, production to a pre-existing specification or a particular packaging application, our dedicated and highly knowledgeable team is here to support your business needs.

Sentry BioPharma Services

4605 Decatur BoulevardSentry BioPharma Services offers contract GMP storage, labeling, packaging and supply chain management services.

Sword Diagnostics

13295 North Illinois Street Carmel, IN, 46032 United StatesNeed MORE assay performance in LESS time? Get there in 3 swift steps with Sword. Sword enables you to get more out of your existing assays to answer critical development questions faster. Through our Sword SWIFT program, we will: 1) Prove Performance Boost: IN 6 DAYS, Sword will optimize your target ELISA assay to verify our ability to improve: Sensitivity by 10 – 30 fold LLOQ by 5 – 10 fold Accuracy to 80 – 120% I 2) Optimize for Your Sample: In 14 DAYS, we’ll rapidly configure our chemistries to your specific matrix needs to: Reduce matrix effects Reduce sample size Reduce assay time 3) Test or Transfer Reliably: Our platform ensures assay robustness and reliability whether you choose to: Have Sword transfer and verify assay performance on-site Utilize Sword’s testing services

Susan G. Komen Tissue Bank

550 University Blvd, AOC 6042, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202The Komen Tissue Bank (KTB) thanks those who have selflessly donated breast tissue or blood or given of their time to help find a cure for breast cancer. The KTB, the only repository in the world for normal breast tissue and matched serum, plasma, and DNA, continues its commitment to studying normal tissue with the ultimate goal of curing breast cancer. The Komen Tissue Bank is the only repository in the world for normal breast tissue and matched serum, plasma and DNA. By studying normal tissue, we accelerate research for the causes and prevention of breast cancer. To more deeply understand the evolution of the disease, it is necessary to compare abnormal, cancerous tissue against normal, healthy tissue. We are committed to making a difference by acting as advocates for thinking, sharing and understanding NORMAL.

Stanbio Life Sciences

25235 Leer DriveStanbio Life Sciences offers fermentation and scale up services.

Stanbio Life Sciences

Elkhart, IN United StatesStanbio Life Sciences offers fermentation and scale up services.

Sigma-Tau PharmaSource

6925 Guion RoadSigma-Tau PharmaSource is a biopharmaceutical contract manufacturer specializing in complex injectable formulations, including liposomal drug delivery technology and PEGylation.

Sigma-Tau PharmaSource

Indianapolis, IN United StatesSigma-Tau PharmaSource is a biopharmaceutical contract manufacturer specializing in complex injectable formulations, including liposomal drug delivery technology and PEGylation.

Skrabalak

800 East Kirkwood Avenue Bloomington, IN, 47405 United StatesTo provide general design criteria and strategies for the rational synthesis of new nanomaterials with desirable properties.

SSCI

3065 Kent Avenue West Lafayette IN 47906-1076 USASSCI offers chromatography, micrometrics, microscopy, spectroscopy, crystal determination, and diffraction studies.

SSCI

West Lafayette, IN United StatesSSCI offers chromatography, micrometrics, microscopy, spectroscopy, crystal determination, and diffraction studies.

SequenceBase

3 Dellview DriveSequenceBase offers searchable access to all available peptide and nucleotide sequences.

The Chao Center

Purdue Research Park 3070 Kent Avenue West Lafayette, IN 47907 USAThe Chao Center offers services in formulation development, analytical development and manufacturing.

Truven Health

111 Monument Circle, Suite 4450 Indianapolis, IN 46204At 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.

Tymora Analytical Operations

3495 Kent Ave Suite E400 West Lafayette, IN, 47906 United StatesTymora Analytical offers exosome (EV) isolation and capture for proteomic and phosphoproteomic analysis and biomarker discovery from liquid biopsy samples. Our services include proteome/PTM analysis and biomarker discovery from plasma EVs, urine EVs, saliva EVs, cell culture EVs. For these services we have developed and utilize EVtrap magnetic beads approach that enables capture of the complete profile of EVs in biofluids with full compatibility to LC-MS. We also do proteomics/phosphoproteomics from cell lysate, plant, fungi and tissue samples.

Triclinic Labs

2660 Schuyler Avenue Lafayette, IN, 47905 United StatesTriclinic Labs is a leading consulting and contract research laboratory. We have extensive capabilities for solid-state chemical development including solid form screening/selection, drug substance and drug product characterization, method development, GMP testing, and intellectual property support.

Triclinic Labs

2660 Schuyler Ave, Ste. A. United States Lafayette, IN, 47905 United StatesTriclinic Labs is a leading consulting and contract research laboratory. We have extensive capabilities for solid-state chemical development including solid form screening/selection, drug substance and drug product characterization, method development, GMP testing, and intellectual property support.

Uma Kuchibhotla, Ph.D.

12604 Bent Oak Lane  Indianapolis , IN, 46236 United States20+ years experience in discovery and early development of  proteins, antibodies and peptides.  Lead generation to candidate selection of biotherapeutics - design, discovery and optimization with emphasis on developability attributes.  Expression and purification of proteins and antibodies. Physicochemical characterization of proteins and peptides. API manufacturing for preclinical development including tox studies. Early phase regulatory submissions. Six sigma methodology.

University of Notre Dame Synthesis Core Facility

Notre Dame, IN, 46556 United StatesUniversity of Notre Dame Synthesis Core Facility is a research and service center established to accelerate research activities in all area of studies on the molecular level in chemistry, biochemistry, biology, medicine, and engineering.

Univ. of Missouri Division of Animal Sciences

S108 Animal Sciences CenterUniv. of Missouri Division of Animal Sciences focuses on animal science research in genetics, nutrition, reproduction, and other areas of interest.

Vertellus Specialties, Inc.

Indianapolis, IN USAVertellus is a leading provider in the world of specialty chemicals for the agriculture, nutrition, pharmaceutical, fine chemicals, medical, personal care, plastics, coatings and many other industrial markets. Our products are in the things you use every day – toothpaste, deodorants, vitamins, pharmaceuticals, detergents, plastics, adhesives, inks, tires and more. Vertellus is fully integrated across the pyridine chemistry value chain – we are the largest global manufacturer of pyridine and picolines. Through our Vertellus Agriculture and Nutrition Specialties (VAN) business unit we provide intermediates for crop protection chemicals as well as biocides, pharmaceuticals and many other applications. We also manufacture vitamin B3 nutrition products for animal, human and pharmaceutical uses. The Vertellus Specialty Materials (VSM) business unit comprises a broad basket of complex technologies, manufacturing biomaterials, CPC biocides, pyridine derivatives, DEET, sulfones, EMA copolymers, alkenyl succinic anhydrides, reducing agents, and a host of natural and renewable chemistries based on castor and citrates. Vertellus specializes in developing and producing fine chemicals and intermediates for sophisticated chemistry applications, as well as systems and additives that enhance the physical properties of customer end-use formulations. Vertellus has 12 manufacturing plants around the world, including in the US, Europe, China and India. There are many advantages to this position: Vertellus is a Responsible Care® company and follows the highest regulatory standards across all of our manufacturing facilities. Vertellus applies consistent manufacturing and quality control procedures – we embrace continuous improvement through the use of Six Sigma and lean manufacturing methodology. Our global integrated supply chain offers the customer product consistency, easy access, supply security and reasonable turnaround on delivery.

Vertellus Specialties, Inc.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN United StatesVertellus is a leading provider in the world of specialty chemicals for the agriculture, nutrition, pharmaceutical, fine chemicals, medical, personal care, plastics, coatings and many other industrial markets. Our products are in the things you use every day – toothpaste, deodorants, vitamins, pharmaceuticals, detergents, plastics, adhesives, inks, tires and more. Vertellus is fully integrated across the pyridine chemistry value chain – we are the largest global manufacturer of pyridine and picolines. Through our Vertellus Agriculture and Nutrition Specialties (VAN) business unit we provide intermediates for crop protection chemicals as well as biocides, pharmaceuticals and many other applications. We also manufacture vitamin B3 nutrition products for animal, human and pharmaceutical uses. The Vertellus Specialty Materials (VSM) business unit comprises a broad basket of complex technologies, manufacturing biomaterials, CPC biocides, pyridine derivatives, DEET, sulfones, EMA copolymers, alkenyl succinic anhydrides, reducing agents, and a host of natural and renewable chemistries based on castor and citrates. Vertellus specializes in developing and producing fine chemicals and intermediates for sophisticated chemistry applications, as well as systems and additives that enhance the physical properties of customer end-use formulations. Vertellus has 12 manufacturing plants around the world, including in the US, Europe, China and India. There are many advantages to this position: Vertellus is a Responsible Care® company and follows the highest regulatory standards across all of our manufacturing facilities. Vertellus applies consistent manufacturing and quality control procedures – we embrace continuous improvement through the use of Six Sigma and lean manufacturing methodology. Our global integrated supply chain offers the customer product consistency, easy access, supply security and reasonable turnaround on delivery.

Valparaiso University

Valparaiso, IN, 46383-6493 United StatesValparaiso University is a selective, independent Lutheran institution in Valparaiso, Indiana, an hour’s drive from Chicago. Founded in 1859, Valpo offers a thorough grounding in the liberal arts as well as professional training and graduate study, helping students find their own paths to lifelong personal, spiritual, and professional growth.

WuXi AppTec

2540 Executive DriveWuXi 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.

Watermark Research Partners

8123 Castleton Road, Indianapolis, IN 46250 USAWatermark Research Partners offers consulting services for safety oversight and medical communication.

Watermark Research Partners

Indianapolis, IN United StatesWatermark Research Partners offers consulting services for safety oversight and medical communication.

Waterstone Technology

12202 Hancock Street Carmel, IN 46033 USAWaterstone Technology develops, produces, and sources chemical reagents, raw materials, intermediates, and active ingredients.

Waterstone Technology

Carmel, IN United StatesWaterstone Technology develops, produces, and sources chemical reagents, raw materials, intermediates, and active ingredients.

Wabash College

301 W. Wabash Avenue Crawfordsville, IN, 47933 United StatesFOUR YEARS HERE WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE. SERIOUSLY. Since 1832, we’ve educated countless lawyers, doctors, artists, scientists, and CEOs. Graduated Rhodes Scholars and Academic All-Americans. And continually turned out men of character: men who challenge one another to do great things (for themselves, for Wabash, and for the world).

Xeno Diagnostics

5108 West 79th Street Indianapolis, Indiana, 46268 United StatesXeno Diagnostics provides custom cell-based assays (T-cell assays, Mixed Lymphocyre Reactions, Proliferation, Inhibition, Cytotoxicity, etc.) on a contract research basis. Xeno has experience working with many different cell types, and multiple species (human, non-human primate - cynomolgus macaque, baboon, rhesus macaque, bovine, porcine). Assays are built for purpose for each client, depending on their needs.

YourEncore

20 N. Meridian Street Suite 800 Indianapolis, IN 46204YourEncore is a network of retired and veteran scientists and engineers to help accelerate the pace of innovation.