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A5 Laboratories

10300 Cote de Liesse, Lachine, Quebec Canada H8T 1A3A5 Laboratories offers formulation development, scale up synthesis, stability and degradation studies, and manufacturing services.

AB Chem

2286 Ch. St-Francois Dorval, Quebec H9P 1K2 CanadaAB Chem specializes in advanced building block synthesis in addition to other fine chemicals for pharmaceutical, biotech, and agrochemical industries.

ABICH

5160 Décarie Boulevard suite# 330 Montréal, Québec H3X 2H9 – CanadaABICH offers cellular and microbiological in vitro assay development services.

AccelLAB

1635 Lionel-Bertrand Boisbriand Quebec J7H 1N8 CanadaAccelLAB offers product safety and efficacy studies, including study design, access to medical imaging technology, blood assays, histomorphometry, histopathology and report production for regulatory submissions.

Actilab Pharma

Dorval, QC CanadaActilab Pharma offers method development, compendial testing, microbial studies, drug substance testing, and storage/stability studies.

Agropur

101 Boulevard Roland-Therrien Longueuil, QC, J4H 4B9 CanadaEach waking day, Agropur cooperative responds to the call of some 3,473 dairy farmers who rely on this organization, which they jointly own, to enhance the fruit of their labour. More than 5.4 billion litres of milk are processed annually in 40 plants spread throughout North America. Generating more than $4.7 billion in sales, the resulting products grace the tables of thousands of consumers from coast to coast. But before these products reach their tables, more than 8,000 employees and many contract agents assigned to milk collection and distribution combine their efforts and expertise to ensure that the final product meets all expectations.

Alethia Biotherapeutics Inc.

141 Avenue du Président-Kennedy Montréal, QC, H2X 3X8 CanadaPrivately-held Montreal-based biotechnology company. Engaged in the discovery and development of therapeutic mAbs against highly-disease tissue specific novel clinically-relevant targets

Algorithme Pharma

575, Armand-Frappier Blvd. Laval (Quebec) Canada H7V 4B3Algorithme Pharma is an established early stage clinical contract research organization (CRO) providing multiple research services for pharmaceutical, biotechnology and generic drug industries.

Alltech

5910, rue Barré St-Hyacinthe Québec Canada J2R 1E4Founded in 1980 by Irish biochemist and entrepreneur Dr. Pearse Lyons, Alltech is a leading global biotechnology company whose mission is to improve the health and performance of people, animals and plants through natural nutrition and scientific innovation. We pursue this mission guided by what we call the ACE principle, our promise that in doing business we have a positive impact on the Animal, the Consumer and the Environment. Animal Health Our core business improves animal health and performance by adding nutritional value to feed, naturally, through Alltech’s innovative use of yeast fermentation, enzyme technology, algae and nutrigenomics, which studies the impact of nutrition at the genetic level. Our technologies and support programs enable farmers to realize greater efficiency, profitability and sustainability on their farms. Alltech Crop Science Our Alltech Crop Science division complements our animal nutrition business by focusing on improving the health of crops. Our technologies enable us to improve the productivity of the field, in terms of yield quality and quantity, and to enhance nutrition beginning with the soil and the seed. Human Health We believe scientific innovation in animal and crop sciences is part of a much more important story, that of human health. Healthier animals and crops, nurtured naturally through Alltech’s nutritional solutions, affect human well-being. For example, fruits, vegetables and animal proteins have become less nutrient-rich in the past half-century. From fish to oranges, you need to eat more today to get the same nutritional value. Our work within animal and crop sciences is restoring value and also exploring ways to naturally enrich foods through improving the animal diet or crop produced. For example, laying hens fed a diet rich in Alltech’s algae produce eggs enriched with DHA omega-3, an essential nutrient for human cognitive development and health at all ages.

Alltech

90 Parah Dr. St. Albans VT 05478 USAFounded in 1980 by Irish biochemist and entrepreneur Dr. Pearse Lyons, Alltech is a leading global biotechnology company whose mission is to improve the health and performance of people, animals and plants through natural nutrition and scientific innovation. We pursue this mission guided by what we call the ACE principle, our promise that in doing business we have a positive impact on the Animal, the Consumer and the Environment. Animal Health Our core business improves animal health and performance by adding nutritional value to feed, naturally, through Alltech’s innovative use of yeast fermentation, enzyme technology, algae and nutrigenomics, which studies the impact of nutrition at the genetic level. Our technologies and support programs enable farmers to realize greater efficiency, profitability and sustainability on their farms. Alltech Crop Science Our Alltech Crop Science division complements our animal nutrition business by focusing on improving the health of crops. Our technologies enable us to improve the productivity of the field, in terms of yield quality and quantity, and to enhance nutrition beginning with the soil and the seed. Human Health We believe scientific innovation in animal and crop sciences is part of a much more important story, that of human health. Healthier animals and crops, nurtured naturally through Alltech’s nutritional solutions, affect human well-being. For example, fruits, vegetables and animal proteins have become less nutrient-rich in the past half-century. From fish to oranges, you need to eat more today to get the same nutritional value. Our work within animal and crop sciences is restoring value and also exploring ways to naturally enrich foods through improving the animal diet or crop produced. For example, laying hens fed a diet rich in Alltech’s algae produce eggs enriched with DHA omega-3, an essential nutrient for human cognitive development and health at all ages.

Alternatives Technologie Pharma

6818 Jarry Street East/Est St. Leonard, Quebec H1P 1W3 CanadaAlternatives Technologie Pharma, Inc. is a leading provider of cold chain compliance solutions for healthcare organizations.

Angiochem Inc.

Montreal, QC, H2X 3Y7 CanadaAngiochem is creating a new class of pharmaceuticals that achieve meaningful outcomes in a wide range of CNS diseases, including brain cancer, neurodegenerative and metabolic diseases, pain, and many others.

AptoChem

6100 Royalmount Ave, Montreal, QC, Canada, H4P 2R2AptoChem is a CRO specialized in the custom synthesis of radiolabelled (14C) and stable labelled (D, 13C, 15N) of pharmaceutical products, mainly drugs, metabolites and biomarkers. More than 1000 products available from inventory.

Artel

Montreal, QC CanadaAt Artel, we go to the ends of the earth—or at least from the lows of Death Valley, California to the highs of Mount Washington, New Hampshire—to ensure we understand how to help scientists get the most accuracy and precision out of their pipettes and automated liquid handling systems. One way we fulfill this mission is by employing proprietary ratiometric photometry technology as the core of accurate, precise, and easy-to-use systems for verification and calibration of automated liquid handlers and pipettes. Designed for all laboratories that put a priority on the integrity of their results, the Artel MVS and Artel PCS have become the global standards for verifying the performance of automated liquid handlers and handheld pipettes. With these systems, assay results can be confidently compared from instrument-to-instrument, and site-to-site – worldwide. But beyond providing fast and easy-to-use liquid handling verification and calibration systems, we offer value-added services to help customers ensure the quality, productivity and compliance of their laboratories. Serving the laboratory community with exceptional products and services since 1982, Artel is the worldwide leader in liquid handling quality assurance.

Atlantic Life Sciences

Montreal, QC CanadaAtlantic Life Sciences offers BA/BE studies, biometric, clinical trials, regulatory affairs, drug development, and feasibility studies.

Atlantic Life Sciences

2110 Decarie Boul. Suite 102 Montreal Quebec H4A 3J3 CanadaAtlantic Life Sciences offers BA/BE studies, biometric, clinical trials, regulatory affairs, drug development, and feasibility studies.

Averica Discovery Services

865 Boulevard Michèle-Bohec Blainville, QC, J7C 5J6 CanadaAverica Discovery in an analytical development contract research organization (CRO) with specialized expertise in small molecule analysis and purification. We work with chemistry-driven discovery and development teams to speed drug candidate selection and shorten timelines into early development. Averica was founded in 2007 as a source of chromatography expertise, with a leadership team having extensive experience in pharmaceutical R&D. We began using Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC) technology in chiral and achiral separations, and have expanded to become a provider of a wide variety of chromatography and analytical services. These services include providing scalable small molecule purification, isolation and identification of impurities, and custom analytical development work. Acquired by Neopharm Labs Inc in late 2016, Averica Discovery is the US laboratory and sales office for its Quebec-based parent. Neopharm Labs: Serving the Life Science industry for 25 years, Neopharm is a full service GMP analytical testing laboratory closely collaborating with pharmaceutical, medical devices, natural health, veterinary as well as cosmetic clients.

Betagenex

500 Cartier Boulevard West, Suite 112 Laval, QC H7V 5B7, CanadaBêtagenex Inc is specializing in diabetes, obesity and pancreatic beta-cell function. The company offers a complete array of preclinical services for compound testing and target validation using dedicated animal models and gold standard technologies

BioAuxilium Research

NEOMED Institute, Lab 2119 7171 Frederick-Banting Saint-Laurent (QC) Canada H4S 1Z9 BioAuxilium provides a range of high-quality, customized assay development services across a number of therapeutic areas on various technology platforms.

BioAuxilium Research

7171 Frederick-Banting Suite 2115 Montreal, Quebec, H4S 1Z9 Canada BioAuxilium provides a range of high-quality, customized assay development services across a number of therapeutic areas on various technology platforms.

Biochemia

MZ-200, 2000 McGill College Avenue Montreal, Quebec H3A 3H3, CANADABiochemia provides biological and chemical materials for proteomics research.

BioCorp

Dollard-Des Ormeaux, QC CanadaBioCorp offers custom oligonucleotide synthesis services.

Biodextris

525 Boulevard Cartier Ouest Laval, QC, H7V 4A2 CanadaThe team at Biodextris is comprised of former GSK Vaccines scientists and leaders & we offer analytical and process development services for vaccines and biologics.

Biodextris

46 St-Tropez Kirkland, Quebec H9J2K6 CanadaThe team at Biodextris is comprised of former GSK Vaccines scientists and leaders & we offer analytical and process development services for vaccines and biologics.

Biomomentum

970 Michelin Street Suite 200 Laval, Quebec, H7L 5C1 CanadaBiomomentum offers a full-service approach to mechanical testing of biomaterials and tissues. In addition to performing highly controlled tests using a state-of-the-art technology, its expert team adheres to effective Standard Operating Procedures, develops reliable testing protocols, and delivers accurate data analysis reports in compliance with Good Laboratory Practice. Biomomentum also manufactures and commercializes testing devices for the mechanical characterization of biomaterials and tissues. The Mach-1 multiaxial mechanical tester is the only all-in-one device designed for compression, tension, shear, friction, torsion and 3D indentation mapping.

BioPhage Pharma

Montreal, QC CanadaBiophage Pharma provides products in an integrated approach against bacterial infections: combining therapeutic and diagnostic products based on phage technology.

BioPhage Pharma

6100 Royalmount Montreal, QC, H4P 2R2 CanadaBiophage Pharma provides products in an integrated approach against bacterial infections: combining therapeutic and diagnostic products based on phage technology.

Biopra

Montreal, QC CanadaBiopra offers consultation and assay development services based on Alpha technologies (AlphaScreen and AlphaLISA).

BioQuadrant

230, Bernard-Belleau, Suite 121 Laval, QC H7V 4A9 CanadaBioQuadrant offers API production, metabolite synthesis, novel compound synthesis, chiral separation, organic reactions, and analytical chemistry services.

Biospective

6100 Avenue Royalmount Montréal, QC, H4P 2R2 CanadaBiospective is a leading Contract Research Organization (CRO) based in Montreal, Canada and specializing in animal & human imaging and histopathology services, particularly for CNS. Our strengths are leading-edge animal models, quantitative histology, MRI & PET imaging studies as well as state-of-the-art statistical image analysis. Biospective has experience working with a large range of animal models, particularly models of CNS diseases (Alzheimer, Parkinson, MS...). We can utilize in-house, third-party, or client-supplied mouse and rat models for your studies. We are a one-stop shop providing a full range of preclinical services, including model generation, housing, dosing, imaging, behavioral testing, and pathology studies (histology and immunohistochemistry). We are also a leading provider of animal imaging services: our services cover all aspects of the study, including image acquisition, image processing, and statistical analysis. Biospective provides the broadest range of MRI modalities and quantitative measures in the industry.

Biospective

1255 Peel street suite 560 Montreal, Quebec, H3B 2T9 CanadaBiospective is a leading Contract Research Organization (CRO) based in Montreal, Canada and specializing in animal & human imaging and histopathology services, particularly for CNS. Our strengths are leading-edge animal models, quantitative histology, MRI & PET imaging studies as well as state-of-the-art statistical image analysis. Biospective has experience working with a large range of animal models, particularly models of CNS diseases (Alzheimer, Parkinson, MS...). We can utilize in-house, third-party, or client-supplied mouse and rat models for your studies. We are a one-stop shop providing a full range of preclinical services, including model generation, housing, dosing, imaging, behavioral testing, and pathology studies (histology and immunohistochemistry). We are also a leading provider of animal imaging services: our services cover all aspects of the study, including image acquisition, image processing, and statistical analysis. Biospective provides the broadest range of MRI modalities and quantitative measures in the industry.

Bio S&T

5020 Fairway Street, Suite 220 Montreal, Quebec H8T 1B8 CanadaBio S&T offers BAC/cDNA libraries, gene synthesis, mutagenesis, and DNA sequencing services.

Bio S&T

6362 Trans Canada Route Saint-Laurent Quebec, H4T 1X4 CanadaBio S&T offers BAC/cDNA libraries, gene synthesis, mutagenesis, and DNA sequencing services.

BoZo Research Center, Inc.

19601 Clark Graham, Baie d'Urfe, Quebec H9X3T1, CanadaFor 40 years since it founding, BoZo Research Center has undertaken contracts for pre-clinical research and toxicology. We have a long track record of providing excellent customer support in both rat and mice carcinogenicity studies and are proud to be one of Japan’s leading pre-clinical CROs. We take great care to provide our customers with a wide range of services, including tests on new animal species, alternative methods or bio-marker tests, as well as building up integrated support mechanisms to cover all stages of development from drug discovery through to pre-clinical studies. We aim to continue our contributions to a more affluent society by serving as a bridge linking the passion of researchers with the hopes of consumers. BoZo Research Center owns several facilities: The Gotemba and Kannami Laboratories for safety testing in both large and smal animals. The Tokyo Laboratory, one of Japan’s leading centers for genetic toxicity (AMES) tests The Tsukuba Research Institute which offers a wide range of services from the initial stages of development (pharmacology and analytical tests) to safety studies, in various species including miniature pigs.

Bureau Veritas Laboratories

889 Montée de Liesse, Ville St-Laurent, QC H4T 1P5 CanadaMaxxam Analytics provides analytical services, assay development, spectrometry, and product-related services.

Bureau Veritas Laboratories

7150 Rue Frederick Banting Ville St-Laurent, PQ H4S 2A1 CanadaMaxxam Analytics provides analytical services, assay development, spectrometry, and product-related services.

BZ-Histo Services Inc.

502 boulevard Rene levesque saint eustache, Québec, J7R 6P7 CanadaHistology services (processing, embedding, cutting and staining)

BZ-Histo Services Inc.

502 boulevard Rene levesque saint eustache, Québec, J7R 6P7 CanadaHistology services (processing, embedding, cutting and staining)

CanPeptide Inc

265 Boul. Hymus, Suite 1500 Pointe-Claire (Montréal), Québec Canada H9R 1G6CanPeptide, a Canadian peptide company, is dedicated to meeting your custom synthetic peptide needs, whether you are an academic researcher or a biopharmaceutical company. Combining the extensive experience in custom peptide synthesis and analytical chemistry, our scientists use a variety of proprietary chemical processes to provide our customers worldwide with the high quality peptides in a short turnaround time and at a very competitive price. CanPeptide uses automatic, semi-automatic and manual peptide synthesizers, solution and solid-phase chemistry to offer both small and large-scale peptide syntheses ranging from milligram and multigram. Pre or post-synthesis operations incorporate the normal, unnatural and modified amino acids. We offer a host of post-synthesis modifications including biotinylation, PEGylation, specific peptide labeling, peptide cyclization and conjugation, etc. We use HPLC for the peptide purification and depending on your needs, CanPeptide offers different levels of product purity, crude, >70, >80, > 90, >95% and even >99%. Peptides are shipped via FedEx overnight and accompanied by stringent analytical specifications including HPLC chromatogram, Mass Spectra and Certificate of Analysis. We are looking forward to discussing your peptide needs and surpassing your expectations.

CARTaGENE

3333 Queen Mary Road Office 493 Montreal, Qc H3V 1A2 CANADACARTaGENE has reached new heights! The Second Wave of recruitement is finished and more than 40,000 men and women have already enrolled in CARTaGENE. Research using the CARTaGENE project will help to provide a better understanding of how our environment, lifestyle and genetic background inherited from our parents are involved in the development of chronic diseases such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease. This could improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, and therefore, contribute to the improvement of the Quebec health system.

Cato Research

9900 Cavendish Boulevard, Suite 400 Saint-Laurent, Québec Canada H4M 2V2Cato Research provides clinical trials, regulatory services, pharmacovigilance, CMC, and quality assurance.

CDMV

2999, boul. Choquette, P.O. Box 608 St. Hyacinthe (Quebec) J2S 7C2CDMV is a distributor of products and services for veterinarians across Canada.

C/D/N Isotopes

88 Leacock Street Pointe-Claire Quebec H9R 1H1 CanadaCDN isotopes offers custom synthesis of deuterium labeled compounds.

CellCarta Biosciences

201 President-Kennedy, Suite 3900 Montreal, Quebec, H2X3Y7 CanadaCellCarta (formerly Caprion - HistoGeneX) is a leading provider of specialized precision medicine laboratory services to the biopharmaceutical industry. Leveraging its integrated analytical platforms in immunology, histopathology, proteomics and genomics, as well as specimen collection and logistics services, CellCarta supports the entire drug development cycle, from discovery to late-stage clinical trials. With 20 years of experience providing services to the biopharma industry and a team of hundreds of scientists, including a high proportion of Ph.D., CellCarta has a strong expertise in complex assay development for clinical studies. CellCarta also offers integrated data solutions, including data management, bioinformatics, biostatistics, data interpretation, image analysis and AI/ML data interpretation. With a strong focus on Quality, CellCarta operates globally across 11 facilities located in Canada, USA, Belgium, Australia, and China. Reveal Biosciences is a CellCarta company focused on data and AI applications in pathology and multi-omics. Reveal has created a new generation of Pathology Intelligence™ to advance research and improve patient outcomes globally. Reveal’s imageDx™ pathology platform combines cutting edge artificial intelligence (AI) with traditional histopathology to transform tissue biology into actionable insights. imageDx™ provides AI data analytics and cloud-based whole slide image management to Life Sciences and Healthcare. With a world class team of data and research scientists focused on addressing some of the biggest problems in healthcare, Reveal has developed a pipeline of AI-based digital assays for preclinical research, clinical trials, and diagnostics.

CellCarta Biosciences

201 Avenue du Président-Kennedy, Montréal, QC H2X 3Y7, CACellCarta (formerly Caprion - HistoGeneX) is a leading provider of specialized precision medicine laboratory services to the biopharmaceutical industry. Leveraging its integrated analytical platforms in immunology, histopathology, proteomics and genomics, as well as specimen collection and logistics services, CellCarta supports the entire drug development cycle, from discovery to late-stage clinical trials. With 20 years of experience providing services to the biopharma industry and a team of hundreds of scientists, including a high proportion of Ph.D., CellCarta has a strong expertise in complex assay development for clinical studies. CellCarta also offers integrated data solutions, including data management, bioinformatics, biostatistics, data interpretation, image analysis and AI/ML data interpretation. With a strong focus on Quality, CellCarta operates globally across 11 facilities located in Canada, USA, Belgium, Australia, and China. Reveal Biosciences is a CellCarta company focused on data and AI applications in pathology and multi-omics. Reveal has created a new generation of Pathology Intelligence™ to advance research and improve patient outcomes globally. Reveal’s imageDx™ pathology platform combines cutting edge artificial intelligence (AI) with traditional histopathology to transform tissue biology into actionable insights. imageDx™ provides AI data analytics and cloud-based whole slide image management to Life Sciences and Healthcare. With a world class team of data and research scientists focused on addressing some of the biggest problems in healthcare, Reveal has developed a pipeline of AI-based digital assays for preclinical research, clinical trials, and diagnostics.

CellCarta Biosciences

201 President Kennedy Ave Suite 3900 Montreal, Quebec, CN H2x 3Y7CellCarta (formerly Caprion - HistoGeneX) is a leading provider of specialized precision medicine laboratory services to the biopharmaceutical industry. Leveraging its integrated analytical platforms in immunology, histopathology, proteomics and genomics, as well as specimen collection and logistics services, CellCarta supports the entire drug development cycle, from discovery to late-stage clinical trials. With 20 years of experience providing services to the biopharma industry and a team of hundreds of scientists, including a high proportion of Ph.D., CellCarta has a strong expertise in complex assay development for clinical studies. CellCarta also offers integrated data solutions, including data management, bioinformatics, biostatistics, data interpretation, image analysis and AI/ML data interpretation. With a strong focus on Quality, CellCarta operates globally across 11 facilities located in Canada, USA, Belgium, Australia, and China. Reveal Biosciences is a CellCarta company focused on data and AI applications in pathology and multi-omics. Reveal has created a new generation of Pathology Intelligence™ to advance research and improve patient outcomes globally. Reveal’s imageDx™ pathology platform combines cutting edge artificial intelligence (AI) with traditional histopathology to transform tissue biology into actionable insights. imageDx™ provides AI data analytics and cloud-based whole slide image management to Life Sciences and Healthcare. With a world class team of data and research scientists focused on addressing some of the biggest problems in healthcare, Reveal has developed a pipeline of AI-based digital assays for preclinical research, clinical trials, and diagnostics.

Centre Hospitalier de L'Universite de Montreal

3840 Rue Saint-Urbain Montréal, QC H2W 1T7 CanadaLe CRCHUM est le seul établissement en milieu hospitalier au Québec à couvrir tout le continuum de la recherche : recherche fondamentale, recherche clinique et recherche en santé des populations. Ainsi, le CRCHUM se caractérise par des activités de recherche qui vont des populations au laboratoire, en passant par les sciences cliniques et l’épidémiologie. De plus, le centre de recherche mène des activités de transfert de connaissances et de valorisation de l’innovation. Le CRCHUM compte une masse critique de plus de 435 chercheurs lui permettant de développer des recherches interdisciplinaires dans des domaines variés ; ses chercheurs assurent une production scientifique importante de plus de 900 publications par année, financée par les organismes subventionnaires selon les règles d’excellence des comités de pairs.

Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM)

Tour Viger, 900, rue St-Denis, Suite R10.214 Montréal , Québec , H2X 0A9 CanadaCentre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM) - Centre de Recherche et Institut du Cancer de Montreal

CENTUVA

3 Place Ville Marie Suite 400 Montreal, QC, H3B 2E3 CanadaCENTUVA provides efficient and cost-effective MD and PhD contract services right across the industry. Our experienced team of MDs and PhDs work with Marketing/Sales and Medical Affairs departments across North America and Europe. We work on demand with pharmaceutical, medical device and medical diagnostics companies through a personalized approach. We offer several services including our award-winning Doctors Speaking With Doctors. See our service offer at www.centuva.com. Centuva’s unparalleled access to the medical community, expertise, value and credibility lets you target your markets, build ongoing dialogue and achieve your goals.

CerebraSol

PO Box 63534 Montreal, QC H3W 1J0 CanadaCerebraSol offers slice electrophysiology, ion channel pharmacology, and specialized electrophysiology services.

CerebraSol

PO Box 63534 Montreal, QC, H3W 1J0 CanadaCerebraSol offers slice electrophysiology, ion channel pharmacology, and specialized electrophysiology services.

Charles River Laboratories

445, Armand-Frappier Blvd. Laval Site (CR LAV) Montreal, Quebec, H7V 4B3 CanadaCharles River provides essential products and services to help pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, government agencies and leading academic institutions around the globe accelerate their research and drug development efforts. Our dedicated employees are focused on providing clients with exactly what they need to improve and expedite the discovery, early-stage development and safe manufacture of new therapies for the patients who need them. Recently Charles River acquired Chantest, WIL, MPI, KWS Biotest, Brains On-line, CiTox LAB, Solvo Biotechnology, Distributed Bio, Cognate Bioservices, Cobra Biologics, ViGene, and Retrogenix. To learn more about our unique portfolio and breadth of services, visit www.criver.com, www.solvo.com, www.cognatebioservices.com, www.cobrabio.com and www.retrogenix.com

Charles River Laboratories

324  Rang St-Regis Nord St. Constant, Quebec, J5A 2E7 CanadaCharles River provides essential products and services to help pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, government agencies and leading academic institutions around the globe accelerate their research and drug development efforts. Our dedicated employees are focused on providing clients with exactly what they need to improve and expedite the discovery, early-stage development and safe manufacture of new therapies for the patients who need them. Recently Charles River acquired Chantest, WIL, MPI, KWS Biotest, Brains On-line, CiTox LAB, Solvo Biotechnology, Distributed Bio, Cognate Bioservices, Cobra Biologics, ViGene, and Retrogenix. To learn more about our unique portfolio and breadth of services, visit www.criver.com, www.solvo.com, www.cognatebioservices.com, www.cobrabio.com and www.retrogenix.com

Charles River Laboratories

1635 Boulevard Lionel Bertrand Boisbriand, QC, J7H 1N8 CanadaCharles River provides essential products and services to help pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, government agencies and leading academic institutions around the globe accelerate their research and drug development efforts. Our dedicated employees are focused on providing clients with exactly what they need to improve and expedite the discovery, early-stage development and safe manufacture of new therapies for the patients who need them. Recently Charles River acquired Chantest, WIL, MPI, KWS Biotest, Brains On-line, CiTox LAB, Solvo Biotechnology, Distributed Bio, Cognate Bioservices, Cobra Biologics, ViGene, and Retrogenix. To learn more about our unique portfolio and breadth of services, visit www.criver.com, www.solvo.com, www.cognatebioservices.com, www.cobrabio.com and www.retrogenix.com

Charles River Laboratories

22022 Transcanadienne Senneville, Quebec, H9X 3R3 CanadaCharles River provides essential products and services to help pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, government agencies and leading academic institutions around the globe accelerate their research and drug development efforts. Our dedicated employees are focused on providing clients with exactly what they need to improve and expedite the discovery, early-stage development and safe manufacture of new therapies for the patients who need them. Recently Charles River acquired Chantest, WIL, MPI, KWS Biotest, Brains On-line, CiTox LAB, Solvo Biotechnology, Distributed Bio, Cognate Bioservices, Cobra Biologics, ViGene, and Retrogenix. To learn more about our unique portfolio and breadth of services, visit www.criver.com, www.solvo.com, www.cognatebioservices.com, www.cobrabio.com and www.retrogenix.com

Chemical Computing Group (CCG)

1010 Sherbrooke St. W, Suite 910 Montreal, Quebec H3A 2R7 CanadaChemical Computing Group (CCG) offers software research and development for structure-based design, pharmacophore discovery, protein/antibody modeling, and cheminformatics.

ChemRF Laboratories

3194 Claude-Jodoin St MONTRÉAL, Quebec, H1Y 3M2 CanadaChemRF Laboratories is a Contract Research & Development company specialized in the synthesis of small molecules from milligrams to kilograms scale.

Cirion

2121 Berlier Street Laval Quebec H7L 3M9 CanadaCirion offers analytical services, assay development, biomarker research, clinical trials, validation, and packaging.

Clemex Technologies

800 Guimond Longueuil, Quebec J4G 1T5, CanadaClemex Technologies provides Image Analysis systems and software for Quality Control and Research laboratories.

Clinical Research Institute of Montreal (IRCM) Animal Facilities and Animal Experimentation

110 avenue des Pins Ouest - Montréal, Québec, H2W 1R7 CanadaOur mandate The Animal Facilities and Animal Experimentation Services provide professional veterinary services animal care services and technical assistance to the research community at the IRCM. Who we are There are 38 employees working in the animal facilities and animal experimentation center. The Institutional Veterinarian, Director of the Animal Facilities and Animal Experimentation Services, and the Animal Facilities Manager are responsible for the daily operations of the animal facilities, and supervise a team of highly qualified Animal Health Technicians (AHT) and Animal Care Providers (ACP). Animal Health Technicians (AHT) Twenty Animal Health Technicians (AHT) provide technical support and services in our facilities which house over 15 000 cages. Their tasks include animal breeding, experimentation data collection and various techniques and procedures such as injections, blood sampling, anesthesia, surgery, euthanasia, etc. All tasks are performed according to approved research protocols to support research and teaching activities. AHTs are also responsible for ensuring that animals receive appropriate treatments after a consultation with the Veterinarian. Animal Care Providers (ACP) Sixteen qualified Animal Care Providers (ACP) see to the welfare of the research animals by providing basic animal care such as food and water, environmental enrichment, and cage changes. Their tasks also include daily observation of the health of the animals and reporting any abnormal behaviour or any deviation from their daily routine. Our Mission Become a highly reliable provider of animal care, veterinary services and technical assistance for the scientific research community of the IRCM Promote and ensure animal care and animal welfare principles Ensure supervision and training of animal users working in the laboratories and animal facilities Enforce CCAC Standards and Guidelines Our Vision We want to promote the responsible use of animals in research activities, in compliance with the Three Rs (Replacement, Reduction and Refinement) philosophy, while ensuring humane treatment of laboratory animals and complying with the highest standards of animal welfare. Our Goals Maintain a good balance between daily operational efficiency and achieving our main goals: Improve the quality of our animal care and animal experimentation procedures, and improve our training activities Promote team work and mutual help practices in our animal facilities and animal experimentation center.

Clinical Research Institute of Montreal (IRCM) Animal Facilities and Animal Experimentation

110 avenue des Pins Ouest Montréal (Quebec) H2W 1R7Our mandate The Animal Facilities and Animal Experimentation Services provide professional veterinary services animal care services and technical assistance to the research community at the IRCM. Who we are There are 38 employees working in the animal facilities and animal experimentation center. The Institutional Veterinarian, Director of the Animal Facilities and Animal Experimentation Services, and the Animal Facilities Manager are responsible for the daily operations of the animal facilities, and supervise a team of highly qualified Animal Health Technicians (AHT) and Animal Care Providers (ACP). Animal Health Technicians (AHT) Twenty Animal Health Technicians (AHT) provide technical support and services in our facilities which house over 15 000 cages. Their tasks include animal breeding, experimentation data collection and various techniques and procedures such as injections, blood sampling, anesthesia, surgery, euthanasia, etc. All tasks are performed according to approved research protocols to support research and teaching activities. AHTs are also responsible for ensuring that animals receive appropriate treatments after a consultation with the Veterinarian. Animal Care Providers (ACP) Sixteen qualified Animal Care Providers (ACP) see to the welfare of the research animals by providing basic animal care such as food and water, environmental enrichment, and cage changes. Their tasks also include daily observation of the health of the animals and reporting any abnormal behaviour or any deviation from their daily routine. Our Mission Become a highly reliable provider of animal care, veterinary services and technical assistance for the scientific research community of the IRCM Promote and ensure animal care and animal welfare principles Ensure supervision and training of animal users working in the laboratories and animal facilities Enforce CCAC Standards and Guidelines Our Vision We want to promote the responsible use of animals in research activities, in compliance with the Three Rs (Replacement, Reduction and Refinement) philosophy, while ensuring humane treatment of laboratory animals and complying with the highest standards of animal welfare. Our Goals Maintain a good balance between daily operational efficiency and achieving our main goals: Improve the quality of our animal care and animal experimentation procedures, and improve our training activities Promote team work and mutual help practices in our animal facilities and animal experimentation center.

CNBE INRS

531, boulevard des Prairies Laval, Quebec, H7V 1B7 CanadaNEBL is an animal facility offering contractual services. Pharmacokinetics and drug-efficacy study in animals (rodents, ferrets, rabbits, farm animals, dogs and non-human primates). NEBL is GAP certified («Good animal practice») and has AAALAC International and CCAC accreditations. Clients will be able to use our expertise to accelerate the preclinical development of vaccines and immunotherapies. Others services: Animal purchasing service (permit and logistic) Laboratory on-site and lab equipment available for leasing (BSL-1, BSL-2, BSL-3) Surgery (1) and necropsy rooms (2) available for leasing (daily rate) 24/7 secure access

CNBE INRS

531, boulevard des Prairies Laval, Québec H7V 1B7 CanadaNEBL is an animal facility offering contractual services. Pharmacokinetics and drug-efficacy study in animals (rodents, ferrets, rabbits, farm animals, dogs and non-human primates). NEBL is GAP certified («Good animal practice») and has AAALAC International and CCAC accreditations. Clients will be able to use our expertise to accelerate the preclinical development of vaccines and immunotherapies. Others services: Animal purchasing service (permit and logistic) Laboratory on-site and lab equipment available for leasing (BSL-1, BSL-2, BSL-3) Surgery (1) and necropsy rooms (2) available for leasing (daily rate) 24/7 secure access

Cole-Parmer

Montreal, QC, CanadaCole-Parmer offers laboratory and industrial fluid handling products, instrumentation, equipment, and supplies.

Concordia University

1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W. Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1M8 CanadaEvery year, our scholars, facilities and city inspire 46,000 students to engage with big questions head-on. We’re a comprehensive university. We search for innovative solutions and make positive contributions to society. Our creativity powers Montreal and connects us to the world. See how we plan to redefine the 21st century university. To support research and creation that continues to define Concordia as a next-generation university, the Office of Research offers many services to respond to the evolving needs of faculty members.

Concordia University - Mass Spectroscopy Core

CBAMS, Richard J. Renaud Science Complex SP-180.20 7141 Sherbrooke St. W. Montreal, QC, H4B 1R6

Confab Laboratories

Longueuil, QC CanadaConfab Laboratories offers manufacturing, compendial testing, and other analytical chemistry services.

Confab Laboratories

4355 boul. Sir Wilfrid-Laurier St-Hubert, Québec J3Y 3X3 CanadaConfab Laboratories offers manufacturing, compendial testing, and other analytical chemistry services.

Corealis Pharma

141, President Kennedy Montreal Quebec H2X 3Y7 CanadaCorealis Pharma provides formulation, analytical services, permeability studies, solubility determination, and microbiological testing.

Cytochem

6465 rue Durocher, Suite 400 Montreal, QC H2V 3Z1 CanadaCytochem offers a broad range of products, services and support in molecular histology.

Delmar Chemicals

9321 Airlie Street LaSalle, Quebec H8R 2B2 CanadaDelmar Chemicals specializes in API development and manufacturing services.

DiaTech Oncology

740 Dr. Penfield Ave Suite 4200 Montreal, QC CanadaDiaTech Oncology offers drug sensitivity testing, blood evaluation, flow cytometry, and tumor services.

DNA Express

5785 Chemin St-Francois St-Laurent, Montreal Quebec H4S 1B6 CanadaDNA Express provides site directed mutagenesis, gene synthesis, subcloning, cDNA library construction, and genomic DNA library construction.

DNA LandMarks

Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, CanadaDNA LandMarks offers DNA sequencing, genotyping, molecular characterization, marker development, and genetic mapping services.

DNA LandMarks

84 Richelieu street Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, CanadaDNA LandMarks offers DNA sequencing, genotyping, molecular characterization, marker development, and genetic mapping services.

Domain Therapeutics

7171 Rue Frederick Banting Montréal, QC, H4S 1Z9 CanadaDomain Therapeutics NA (DTNA) Inc. specializes in G Protein-Coupled Receptor (GPCR) and Receptor Tyrosine Kinase (RTK) signaling and function. Our BRET-based bioSensAllTM biosensor technology allows for detailed and broad-spectrum signaling profiling of GPCRs, RTKs and their ligands, while leaving these receptors untagged. This technology revolves primarily around the real-time monitoring of receptor proximal events immediately linked to the transmembrane receptor activity, namely heterotrimeric G protein activation and β-arrestin coupling for the GPCRs, and SH2-domain proteins for the RTKs. The GPCR assay brings the unique capacity to quantify the engagement of 14 distinct heterotrimeric G protein subtypes as well as both non-visual β-arrestin isoforms. The RTK assay gives the possibility to follow the recruitment of various SH2-domain proteins and study the complete trafficking of these receptors. Both assays provide a complete and detailed fingerprint of any GPCR / RTK ligand and allow to study the impact of receptor mutations on their signaling. This data is particularly valuable in a screen / early drug development program to select and optimally design your lead compound. Domain Therapeutics applies a multi-string corporate strategy to grow its business through: validation of its technologies through collaborative partnerships with Pharma/Biotechs, generation of an internal pipeline of 1st in class drug candidates for high unmet needs in CNS and oncology, valuation of its preclinical assets through spin-out vehicles, financed by leading investment funds or supported by development-only companies.

Duoject Medical Systems

50 CHEMIN DE GASPÉ, COMPLEX B-5 BROMONT (QUEBEC) CANADA J2L 2N8Duoject Medical Systems is a supplier of innovative medical devices and design and development services.

Eliapharma Services

230 Bernard Belleaui suite 166, Laval, QC, H7V 4A9, Canada Eliapharma provides toxicology services, bioavailability studies, PK screening, TK/PK analysis, imaging services and biostatistics services, as well as a variety of analytical and bioanalytical services.

Eliapharma Services

Laval, QC Canada Eliapharma provides toxicology services, bioavailability studies, PK screening, TK/PK analysis, imaging services and biostatistics services, as well as a variety of analytical and bioanalytical services.

Elkimia

6221, Des Rossignols Laval, QC H7L 5T6 CanadaElkimia supplies chemical intermediates and offers custom synthesis services in application of drug discovery, cosmetics, and textile.

Elucid Pharma Research

Laval, QC CanadaElucid Pharma Research provides custom synthesis and medicinal chemistry.

eNUVIO Inc.

460-5524 rue Saint-Patrick Montreal, Quebec, H4E 1A8 CanadaeNUVIO creates cutting-edge microfabricated devices for use by scientists in the academic and pharmaceutical industry, particularly in the field of neuroscience. Specifically, eNUVIO aims to accelerate research in neurodegeneration. Applying new approaches developed in-house, they create state-of-the-art microfabricated consumables designed for use in cell culture. Their products fulfill the need for novel and suitable tools and assays that can take advantage of emerging biological technologies such as stem cells and 3D culture systems. The technologies are also specially designed to be easily adapted to high-throughput screening tests in the pharmaceutical industry.

ERFA

Montreal, QC CanadaERFA offers manufacturing and marketing of pharmaceutical products, quality control, packaging, and forecasting support.

ERFA

8250 Décarie - suite 110 Montréal, QC CANADA H4P 2P5ERFA offers manufacturing and marketing of pharmaceutical products, quality control, packaging, and forecasting support.

Ethica Clinical Research

8555 Transcanada Hwy., Suite 201 Saint-Laurent (Montreal), Quebec H4S 1Z6 CanadaEthica Clinical Research provides clinical study management, data management, statistical services, and regulatory support.

Evalulab

5475 Pare Suite 206 Montreal Quebec H4P 1P7 CanadaFounded in Montreal in 2001, Evalulab offers standard and customized clinical studies to evaluate the safety, tolerance and efficacy of: Skin Care & Cosmetic Products, Personal Care Products, Natural Health Products. Evalulab can help you to support your marketing claims by reliable and accurate scientific data. The expertise of our team is based on the combined understanding of clinical study design, products formulations, human skin physiology and marketing needs. For all studies carried out by Evalulab, an in-depth analysis of the obtained results will allow you to predict and increase the marketing potential of your products. Thorough attention is paid to the following components of a clinical study: Design and implementation of customized protocols, Creation of self-evaluation questionnaires, Compliance to the protocol, Accuracy of the data collected, Biostatistics, data analysis and interpretation, Precision and clarity of study reports.

Fillab

11750, 4th Avenue RDP, Quebec H1E 3B3 CANADAFillab is the leader in unit-dose packaging solutions for cosmetics, nutritional supplements, consumer products and pharmaceutical industries

Genizon BioSciences Inc.

880 McCaffrey Street St. Laurent Quebec H4T 2C7 CanadaGenizon BioSciences offers genetic biomarker discovery services, including SNP genotyping, gene expression analysis, DNA methylation profiling and pharmacogenomic and genetic analysis.

Genizon BioSciences Inc.

Montreal, QC CanadaGenizon BioSciences offers genetic biomarker discovery services, including SNP genotyping, gene expression analysis, DNA methylation profiling and pharmacogenomic and genetic analysis.

Genome Quebec

Room 6.7.31 5750, Chemin Hudson Montreal, QC, H3S 2G5 CanadaWorld-class research facility for genomic research offering sequencing, genotyping and expression profiling services at very competitive prices, accelerating the discovery of new applications for genomics in strategic areas, such as human health, agrifood, forestry and the environment.

Genome Quebec

630 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest S:2660 26ieme étage Montréal, QC, H3B 1S6 CanadaWorld-class research facility for genomic research offering sequencing, genotyping and expression profiling services at very competitive prices, accelerating the discovery of new applications for genomics in strategic areas, such as human health, agrifood, forestry and the environment.

Groupe Parima

4450, Cousens Montreal, Qc, Canada H4S 1X6Groupe Parima manufactures prescription and over-the-counter pharmaceutical products as well as cosmetics.

IBEX Technologies

5485 Pare Street, Suite 100 Montreal, Quebec H4P 1P7 CanadaIBEX Technologies markets a line of recombinant high-purity proprietary enzymes (heparinases and chondroitinases) from Flavobacterium heparinum and also produces a series of arthritis assays which are used by leading pharmaceutical companies for research purposes.

IBEX Technologies

Montreal, QC CanadaIBEX Technologies markets a line of recombinant high-purity proprietary enzymes (heparinases and chondroitinases) from Flavobacterium heparinum and also produces a series of arthritis assays which are used by leading pharmaceutical companies for research purposes.

IMMUNECarta

201 President-Kennedy Ave 3rd Floor Montreal, H2X 3Y7 CanadaIMMUNECarta offers extensive immune monitoring expertise with a powerful combination of solutions for all phases of drug and vaccine development.

IMMUNI T

141 President-Kennedy Avenue PO Box 3, Suite SB-5650 Montreal, Quebec, H2X 1Y4 CanadaIMMUNI T offers immunoprofiling, bioanalysis (ligand-binding assays), cell-based assays (e.g. cytotoxicity, proliferation), and cell line certification services.

Importfab

50 Hymus Boulevard Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 1C9 CanadaImportfab offers pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging services in addition to chemical analysis, stability testing, and formulation development studies.

IniXium

500 boul Cartier Ouest, office 6001 Laval (Quebec), Canada, H7V 5B7IniXium is a Contract Research Organization (CRO) providing scientific expertise in Structural Biology.

Innium Technologies

6100 Royalmount avenue, Montreal, Qc, Canada, H4P 2R2.Our company, located in Montreal (Quebec), is specialized in the development of cell lines and manufacturing processes for the Biotech industry.

Innium Technologies

Montreal, QC CanadaOur company, located in Montreal (Quebec), is specialized in the development of cell lines and manufacturing processes for the Biotech industry.

Innovaderm

1851, Sherbrooke St. East, Suite 502 Montreal (Quebec) Canada H2K 4L5Innovaderm Research provides phase I services and dermatology clinical trials.

Innovaderm

Montreal, QC CanadaInnovaderm Research provides phase I services and dermatology clinical trials.

Inocucor Technologies

7220 Rue Frederick Banting Montréal, QC, H4S 2A1 CanadaIn 2007, two inventive Canadian scientists, Dr. Margaret Bywater–Ekegärd and Ananda Lynn Fitzsimmons, formed Inocucor™ Technologies to study new ways to solve the problems facing agriculture through a holistic lens. They reasoned that biological systems, which are by nature comprised of thousands of diverse microorganisms, could be made more productive through the addition of multiple fungi, yeasts and bacteria that work in harmony to create quality plants and soils. Depleted soils could be revitalized, resulting in hardy, more productive plants. The long-term quality of the entire phyto-microbiome—the seed, the plant, the soil and the micro-environment directly surrounding the plant—would improve, leading to increased agricultural yields. Their research efforts led them to Inocucor’s first-generation product, Garden Solution™, which employs live microbes to actively improve the quality of the entire phyto-microbiome. Garden Solution has been produced since 2010 at Inocucor’s pilot facility in Frelighsburg, near Montreal, Quebec. The company anticipates relocating its manufacture of Garden Solution to a new facility as part of its optimization and scale-up program in the future. Inocucor’s new R&D and cGMP production laboratories in Technoparc Montreal will be used for the pilot production of its second- and third-generation products for bio-stimualtion and bio-protection. Inocucor’s second- and third-generation products are microbial cell-free biological solutions, rather than live microbial-based solutions. As they are developed over the next two to three years, they promise to offer powerful solutions for bio-stimulation and bio-protection to mainstream production farmers.

Institut du Cancer de Montreal

900 St-Denis Street 10th floor Montreal, Québec, H2X 0A9 CanadaThe Institut du cancer de Montréal (Institut) was the first francophone cancer research institute in North America. The Institut was founded in 1947 by the pathologist Louis-Charles Simard and his fellow gastroenterologist Antonio Cantero. These two doctors from the Hôpital Notre-Dame formed a collaboration in order to better understand a disease they had been diagnosing with increasing frequency: cancer. Although the Institut is independent, it originally operated out of the Hôpital Notre-Dame, benefiting from a modern hospital environment. Several years later, in order to better serve its mission of educating young researchers, the Institut joined the Université de Montréal. In the following decades, the Institut continued to refine its missions. The researchers of the Institut went on to attain international attention under the banner of “The Montreal Group” when the prestigious journal Cancer Research dedicated its editorial to the teams work. This recognition consolidated and rewarded the team’s effort and encouraged the Institut to continue its training program.

InSymbiosis

245 Victoria Avenue Suite 100 Montréal Québec H3Z 2M6 CanadaInSymbiosis offers imaging, transgenic animal models, histology, and assay services.

IntelliSyn Pharma, Inc.

7171 Frederick-Banting Montreal, QC, H4S 1Z9 CanadaIntelliSyn was founded by Jeffrey Albert in 2011 to bring together outstanding pharma researchers in the Montreal area following the closure of major sites by AstraZeneca, Boehringer Ingelheim, and Merck Frosst. Within these companies, our team members worked with scientific CROs from all across the world and came to understand the frequent challenges and frustrations with these CROs. IntelliSyn was formed to bring highly efficient capabilities and experienced personnel to rapidly advance client’s projects on a reliable, secure, and economical basis.

Jewish General Hospital

3755 Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Montréal, QC H3T 1E2, CATo provide general and specialized care of the highest quality in a safe, humane and caring manner, with an emphasis on specialized and ultra-specialized care. To develop and promote an environment for leadership and excellence in health sciences education To encourage and support research in order to advance the knowledge of the prevention, cause and treatment of illness and health To actively participate in and lead the development and evaluation of new technologies in order to enhance patient care We also recognize that the talent and commitment of our staff contribute to our strength. We will continue to foster a work environment where each person is valued, respected and supported in professional endeavors and educational programs for personal and professional growth. Based on a philosophy of providing "Care for All", the JGH respects the concerns of all religions, cultures and ethnic communities. Although the hospital is a non-sectarian institution, it maintains an environment that respects the culture and the spiritual and religious beliefs of the Jewish faith.

Jewish General Hospital

3755 Côte-Ste-Catherine Road Montreal, Quebec, H3T 1E2 CanadaTo provide general and specialized care of the highest quality in a safe, humane and caring manner, with an emphasis on specialized and ultra-specialized care. To develop and promote an environment for leadership and excellence in health sciences education To encourage and support research in order to advance the knowledge of the prevention, cause and treatment of illness and health To actively participate in and lead the development and evaluation of new technologies in order to enhance patient care We also recognize that the talent and commitment of our staff contribute to our strength. We will continue to foster a work environment where each person is valued, respected and supported in professional endeavors and educational programs for personal and professional growth. Based on a philosophy of providing "Care for All", the JGH respects the concerns of all religions, cultures and ethnic communities. Although the hospital is a non-sectarian institution, it maintains an environment that respects the culture and the spiritual and religious beliefs of the Jewish faith.

Jewish General Hospital Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research Small Animal Research Core

3755 Côte Ste-Catherine Road Montreal, Quebec, H3T 1E2 CanadaThe mission of the Animal Resource Centre (ARC) is to facilitate the research of scientists at the Lady Davis Institute and Jewish General Hospital, while ensuring the highest quality of care for the animals it houses. Professional animal care staff are dedicated to the health and well-being of the research animals. They are a resource supporting the fundamental and clinical research undertaken at the LDI and JGH. The LDI-ARC operates with a Good Animal Care Certificate from the Canadian Council on Animal Care. LDI-ARC Goals: • To promote exemplary animal care and well-being. • To facilitate the research programs of our researchers, leading to better health care for animals and people. • To be knowledgeable, professional, helpful and open. • To adhere to the highest ethical standards. LDI-ARC Core Values: • Respect for animals and people. • Humane treatment and high-quality animal care to best serve the animals and research community. • Collaboration with the McGill Animal Compliance Office and the Canadian Council on Animal Care is essential.

Jewish General Hospital Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research Small Animal Research Core

3755 Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine Montréal, QC, H3T 1E2 CanadaThe mission of the Animal Resource Centre (ARC) is to facilitate the research of scientists at the Lady Davis Institute and Jewish General Hospital, while ensuring the highest quality of care for the animals it houses. Professional animal care staff are dedicated to the health and well-being of the research animals. They are a resource supporting the fundamental and clinical research undertaken at the LDI and JGH. The LDI-ARC operates with a Good Animal Care Certificate from the Canadian Council on Animal Care. LDI-ARC Goals: • To promote exemplary animal care and well-being. • To facilitate the research programs of our researchers, leading to better health care for animals and people. • To be knowledgeable, professional, helpful and open. • To adhere to the highest ethical standards. LDI-ARC Core Values: • Respect for animals and people. • Humane treatment and high-quality animal care to best serve the animals and research community. • Collaboration with the McGill Animal Compliance Office and the Canadian Council on Animal Care is essential.

JIEYING Laboratory

982 Trans-Canada Longueuil, Quebec J4G 2M1 CanadaJIEYING Laboratory specializes in providing services of quality control toxicity test for the culture media and devices of Reproductive Medicine (RM) and in producing microtools and accessory solutions for Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART).

JSS Medical Research

Westmount, QC CanadaJSS Medical Research offers clinical trials, study design and development, data analysis, and quality assurance services.

KABS Pharmaceutical Services

4500, rue de Tonnancour, Saint-Hubert, Québec, Canada, J3Y 9G2KABS Pharmaceutical Services offers drug development, pharmaceutical analysis, and manufacturing services.

L2 Consulting Inc

23 des Lotus Blainville, Quebec, J7C 5V3 CanadaL2 Consulting works with an international client base of life science industries in finance, business planning, M+A, program design, executional oversight and interim management. Scientifically, L2 has contributed to over 300 new drug clinical trial applications (preclinical), has raised over U$200m in new funding and has been pivotal in closing 6 mid-sized M&A’s in the industry (including execution of full due diligence) with deal values of up to US$50m. L2 associates (16) are industry veterans in the fields of preclinical, clinical, inhalation, bioanalytical, CMC, discovery, QA, GLP, Regulatory and (vet) surgical (particularly neuro).

Lallemand

1620 rue PrefontaineLallemand provides yeast and bacteria development and production services.

McGill Univ. and Génome Québec Innovation Centre

740, Dr. Penfield Avenue, Room 7104McGill University and Génome Québec Innovation Centre offers proteomic, bioinformatics, genomic, and sequencing services.

McGill University Cell Imaging Core

Montreal, QC CanadaThe Cell Imaging and Analysis Network (CIAN) is a resource for life sciences researchers from within and outside the McGill research community. Researchers can obtain training in any aspect of CIAN and are encouraged to work autonomously.

McGill University Cell Imaging Core

Cell Imaging and Analysis Network Stewart Biology Building 1205 Dr. Penfield Avenue Montreal, Quebec H3A 1B1The Cell Imaging and Analysis Network (CIAN) is a resource for life sciences researchers from within and outside the McGill research community. Researchers can obtain training in any aspect of CIAN and are encouraged to work autonomously.

McGill University - Dankort Lab

Department of Biology Bellini Pavilion, Rm. 264 3649 Sir William Osler Montréal, Québec, Canada H3G 0B1

McGill University Sheldon Biotechnology Centre

Montreal, QC CanadaMcGill University Sheldon Biotechnology Centre offers protein sequencing, peptide synthesis, surface plasmon resonance, and mass spectrometry services.

McGill Unversity - P3G

McGill University and Genome Quebec Innovation Centre 740 Dr Penfield Avenue, Suite 5104 Montreal, Quebec Canada H3A 0G1

Meakins-Christie Laboratories

Cntr Trans Biol (CTB) Block E Rm M3.EM32217 1001 Decarie Blvd. Montreal , QC , H4A 3J1 CanadaThe Meakins-Christie Laboratories are one of the premiere centers for research on respiratory diseases in the world. The overall research theme is the pathobiology of pulmonary disease with a particular focus on the role of inflammation. A multidisciplinary and collaborative approach is used to study the basic mechanisms of asthma, COPD and pulmonary fibrosis through the parallel study of human cells and tissues coupled to appropriate animal models. Research is facilitated by the availability of a variety of core facilities. The Research Directors are an equal mix of PhD and MD scientists, ensuring the clinical orientation of research questions and increasing the likelihood that translational research will emerge from the more fundamental areas of investigation. The Meakins-Christie Laboratories serve as an important training ground for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows and Meakins-Christie alumni are found throughout the world, including North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australasia. There are weekly seminars, work-in-progress sessions, a journal club, and a variety of activities, as well as social functions organized by the students & fellows association (SPiRE). Various McGill courses are also given at the Meakins-Christie Laboratories, which are located on St. Urbain Street, next to the Montreal Chest Institute.

Medical Plastic Devices

161 Oneida Drive Pointe Claire, Quebec H9R 1A9 CanadaMedical Plastic Devices (MPD) offers custom molding, sealing, labeling, and development services for medical devices.

Medical Plastic Devices

Pointe-Claire, QC CanadaMedical Plastic Devices (MPD) offers custom molding, sealing, labeling, and development services for medical devices.

MediLumine

5795 Av. De Gaspé, Suite #228 Montreal, Quebec, H2S 2X3 CanadaWe are a contract research organization (CRO) that offers comprehensive research services ranging from administration and tissue collection to in vivo acquisition and image analysis. We offer on-site rodent training workshops to help learn tail vein injections, cardiac and tail vein bleeding techniques. We also offer on-site contractual services where we can perform these services for you at your research location.

MediLumine

5795 avenue De Gaspé, suite #112 CTS Healthcare Campus Montreal, QC, Canada H2S 2X3We are a contract research organization (CRO) that offers comprehensive research services ranging from administration and tissue collection to in vivo acquisition and image analysis. We offer on-site rodent training workshops to help learn tail vein injections, cardiac and tail vein bleeding techniques. We also offer on-site contractual services where we can perform these services for you at your research location.

Medimabs

5800 Royalmount Montréal, Québec H4P 1K5 CanadaMédiMabs offers custom antibody, hybridoma, cell banking, and ELISA screening services.

Medqualis

Montreal, QC CanadaMedQualis is a Clinical Research Consultant/CRO firm located in Montreal Canada, providing à la carte clinical research services to the pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, Biologics, and Natural Health Product industries. We are specialized in the management and monitoring of small to medium sized clinical trials from phase I to IV in North America.

Medqualis

1240 Beaumont Ave, Suite 208 Mont-Royal, QC H3P 3E5 CanadaMedQualis is a Clinical Research Consultant/CRO firm located in Montreal Canada, providing à la carte clinical research services to the pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, Biologics, and Natural Health Product industries. We are specialized in the management and monitoring of small to medium sized clinical trials from phase I to IV in North America.

MethylGene

7220 Frederick-BantingMethylGene focuses on drug development and research in cancer, fungal infection, bacterial infection, ocular disease, and Alzheimer's disease.

MIA Cellavie

PO Box 192, STN Anjou Montreal, QC H1K 4G6 CanadaMIA Cellavie specializes in microscopy, imaging, and analysis.

Milestone Pharmaceuticals

6100 Royalmount Avenue Montreal, QC, H4P 2R2 CanadaMilestone was founded in 2005 with the underlying concept to base its drug development programs on clinically validated mechanisms of action in order to mitigate as much drug development risk as possible.

Mispro Biotech Services

Montreal, Quebec CanadaMispro Biotech Services offers a wide range of services including contract research, vivarium space, remote husbandry services and remote facility management. Expertise includes DMPK and Oncology studies.

Mitacs, Inc.

405 Avenue Ogilvy, Montréal, QC H3N 1M3, CAMitacs is a national, not-for-profit organization that has designed and delivered research and training programs in Canada for 15 years. Working with 60 universities, thousands of companies, and both federal and provincial governments, we build partnerships that support industrial and social innovation in Canada. Mitacs was founded in 1999 as a Canadian Network of Centres of Excellence, dedicated to supporting applied and industrial research in mathematical sciences and associated disciplines. In 2003, we launched a research internship program designed to increase deployment of highly educated graduates into the private sector. Open to all disciplines since 2007, Mitacs has expanded in response to industrial and university needs, including programs in R&D management, professional skills development, and international research training. Fully independent since 2011, Mitacs remains committed to its core vision of supporting research-based innovation and continues to work closely with its partners in industry, academia, and government. From aerospace systems to childhood literacy rates, Mitacs-funded research helps to strengthen connections, improve economic performance, and create jobs. Over the past 15 years, we have supported more than 10,000 research internships, trained more than 19,000 student and postdoc career-skills participants, and supported more than 1,300 international research collaborations.

Mitacs, Inc.

405 Ogilvy Avenue, Suite 101 Montréal, QC, H3N 1M3 CanadaMitacs is a national, not-for-profit organization that has designed and delivered research and training programs in Canada for 15 years. Working with 60 universities, thousands of companies, and both federal and provincial governments, we build partnerships that support industrial and social innovation in Canada. Mitacs was founded in 1999 as a Canadian Network of Centres of Excellence, dedicated to supporting applied and industrial research in mathematical sciences and associated disciplines. In 2003, we launched a research internship program designed to increase deployment of highly educated graduates into the private sector. Open to all disciplines since 2007, Mitacs has expanded in response to industrial and university needs, including programs in R&D management, professional skills development, and international research training. Fully independent since 2011, Mitacs remains committed to its core vision of supporting research-based innovation and continues to work closely with its partners in industry, academia, and government. From aerospace systems to childhood literacy rates, Mitacs-funded research helps to strengthen connections, improve economic performance, and create jobs. Over the past 15 years, we have supported more than 10,000 research internships, trained more than 19,000 student and postdoc career-skills participants, and supported more than 1,300 international research collaborations.

Molecular Forecaster

7171 Rue Frederick Banting Montréal, QC, H4S 1Z9 CanadaMolecular Forecaster Inc. is a Canadian, Montreal-based scientific software company. We are a team of chemists leveraging our knowledge of chemical principles and integrating artificial intelligence techniques to develop our own high accuracy virtual chemistry laboratory of programs with unique, customizable features. Our user-focused molecular modeling platforms, FORECASTER and VIRTUAL CHEMIST, are used for drug discovery, metabolism prediction, combinatorial chemistry, and asymmetric catalyst design. We aim to deliver this chemistry software to the hands of chemists so that routine virtual experiments can be conducted at any time, without needing technical expertise. ------------------------------------------ Molecular Forecaster Inc. est une entreprise Canadienne de logiciels scientifiques basée à Montréal. Nous sommes une équipe de chimistes qui exploitent notre savoir en chimie et les techniques d’intelligence artificielle pour développer des logiciels fiables et uniques en leur genre. Nos plateformes FORECASTER et VIRTUAL CHEMIST, sont développés pour des experts en découverte de médicaments et sont utilisés pour guider la découverte de nouveaux composés bioactifs (amarrage de molécules chimiques), prédire le métabolisme de médicaments, préparer des chimiothèques combinatoires, effectuer la modélisation 3D de molécules ou encore développer des catalyseurs asymétriques. Notre objectif premier est de fournir ces outils informatiques aux chimistes afin que des expériences virtuelles de routine puissent être effectuées à tout moment, sans nécessiter d'expertise technique, et ce, dans un contexte de laboratoire virtuel de chimie. Complétez notre formulaire sur https://molecularforecaster.com/fr/ ou contactez notre équipe directement pour effectuer le téléchargement de notre logiciel de chimie dès maintenant.

Molecular Forecaster

910-2075 Boul Robert-Bourassa Montréal, Quebec, H3A 2L1 CanadaMolecular Forecaster Inc. is a Canadian, Montreal-based scientific software company. We are a team of chemists leveraging our knowledge of chemical principles and integrating artificial intelligence techniques to develop our own high accuracy virtual chemistry laboratory of programs with unique, customizable features. Our user-focused molecular modeling platforms, FORECASTER and VIRTUAL CHEMIST, are used for drug discovery, metabolism prediction, combinatorial chemistry, and asymmetric catalyst design. We aim to deliver this chemistry software to the hands of chemists so that routine virtual experiments can be conducted at any time, without needing technical expertise. ------------------------------------------ Molecular Forecaster Inc. est une entreprise Canadienne de logiciels scientifiques basée à Montréal. Nous sommes une équipe de chimistes qui exploitent notre savoir en chimie et les techniques d’intelligence artificielle pour développer des logiciels fiables et uniques en leur genre. Nos plateformes FORECASTER et VIRTUAL CHEMIST, sont développés pour des experts en découverte de médicaments et sont utilisés pour guider la découverte de nouveaux composés bioactifs (amarrage de molécules chimiques), prédire le métabolisme de médicaments, préparer des chimiothèques combinatoires, effectuer la modélisation 3D de molécules ou encore développer des catalyseurs asymétriques. Notre objectif premier est de fournir ces outils informatiques aux chimistes afin que des expériences virtuelles de routine puissent être effectuées à tout moment, sans nécessiter d'expertise technique, et ce, dans un contexte de laboratoire virtuel de chimie. Complétez notre formulaire sur https://molecularforecaster.com/fr/ ou contactez notre équipe directement pour effectuer le téléchargement de notre logiciel de chimie dès maintenant.

Montreal Children's Hospital

1001 Boulevard Décarie Montréal, QC , H4A 3J1 CanadaThe Research Institute at the Montreal Children's Hospital was formally established in 1966 as a partnership between McGill University and the hospital in order to promote and facilitate excellence in child health research. In 1996, the Institute joined other research centres at McGill University to establish the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC). Today, the RI-MUHC at the Montreal Children's Hospital has major research strengths in the fields of genetics, public health and preventive medicine, growth and development, oncology, psychosocial problems and cardio-respiratory health. Other important research domains include endocrine and renal disease, infection and immunity, musculoskeletal disorders and neuroscience. Research activity is conducted at the Montreal Children's Hospital and two satellite facilities within a block of the Hospital. The Montreal Children's Hospital has over 100 clinical and basic scientists, nearly 50 of whom hold grants from peer-reviewed agencies such as the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the Fonds de recherche du Québec–Santé, the Canada Foundation for Innovation, the U.S. National Institutes of Health, the Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute, and the International Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Other personnel include more than 100 technicians, research assistants, coordinators, nurses and administrative staff, and over 100 graduate students and research fellows.

Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital Centre for Neurological Disease Models

3801 University Street Montreal, Quebec, H3A 2B4 CanadaThe Montreal Neurological Institute's Center of Neurological Disease Models (CNDM) supports the responsible use of animals in research for the purpose of obtaining knowledge for the potential benefit to both humans and animals. The use of animals for scientific and technical education is supported when no acceptable alternatives exist. The CNDM operates in full compliance with the Canadian Council on Animal Care (CCAC) and Canadian government agencies regulating the use of laboratory animals in research and teaching and holds a certificate of Good Animal Practice from the CCAC. Further, it is proactively committed to the reduction and replacement of animal use and the refinement of procedures in both teaching and research wherever possible. The Montreal Neurological Institute and the CNDM recognize the important role animals have played in the past, and the valuable contribution they will continue to make, to the advancement of biomedical and other types of research. The Montreal Neurological Institute and CNDM are committed to ensuring the highest possible standards in the care, well-being, quality of life and use of its animals.

Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital Centre for Neurological Disease Models

3801 Rue University, Montréal, QC H3A 2B4, CAThe Montreal Neurological Institute's Center of Neurological Disease Models (CNDM) supports the responsible use of animals in research for the purpose of obtaining knowledge for the potential benefit to both humans and animals. The use of animals for scientific and technical education is supported when no acceptable alternatives exist. The CNDM operates in full compliance with the Canadian Council on Animal Care (CCAC) and Canadian government agencies regulating the use of laboratory animals in research and teaching and holds a certificate of Good Animal Practice from the CCAC. Further, it is proactively committed to the reduction and replacement of animal use and the refinement of procedures in both teaching and research wherever possible. The Montreal Neurological Institute and the CNDM recognize the important role animals have played in the past, and the valuable contribution they will continue to make, to the advancement of biomedical and other types of research. The Montreal Neurological Institute and CNDM are committed to ensuring the highest possible standards in the care, well-being, quality of life and use of its animals.

Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital Cyclotron and Radiochemistry Facility

3801 University Street Montrea, Quebec, H3A 2B4 CanadaIn 1981, the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital – The Neuro, became the first medical institution in Canada to be equipped with its own isotope production facility: THE CYCLOTRON. The move to include such a facility within its walls was somewhat revolutionary at the time. By producing its own radioactive tracers used for Positron Emission Tomography (PET) imaging, The Neuro enabled researchers to uncover the mysteries of how the brain works and clinicians to increase the speed and accuracy of patients’ diagnosis and treatments. Today, medical cyclotrons are found in cities across the country and isotopes are used around the world for research, and cancer diagnosis and treatment.The cyclotron operates under guidelines set out by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) and as per CNSC regulations we are informing the public that The Neuro is equipped with a cyclotron facility.

Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital Cyclotron and Radiochemistry Facility

3801 Rue University, Montréal, QC H3A 2B4, CAIn 1981, the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital – The Neuro, became the first medical institution in Canada to be equipped with its own isotope production facility: THE CYCLOTRON. The move to include such a facility within its walls was somewhat revolutionary at the time. By producing its own radioactive tracers used for Positron Emission Tomography (PET) imaging, The Neuro enabled researchers to uncover the mysteries of how the brain works and clinicians to increase the speed and accuracy of patients’ diagnosis and treatments. Today, medical cyclotrons are found in cities across the country and isotopes are used around the world for research, and cancer diagnosis and treatment.The cyclotron operates under guidelines set out by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) and as per CNSC regulations we are informing the public that The Neuro is equipped with a cyclotron facility.

Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital McConnell Brain Imaging Centre

3801 University St Montreal , QC , H3A2B4 CanadaThe mission of the BIC is to understand the structure and function of the brain, in health and disease, through the development of novel neuroscience approaches and neuroimaging methods, and thereby facilitate translation into clinical care. The BIC is a one-of-a-kind research centre and multimodal platform entirely dedicated to neuroimaging. It is integrated to the Montreal Neurological Institute and hospital, a research and clinical flagship at McGill University, a top research-intensive institution. A productive research centre The research performed at the BIC covers all aspects of neuroimaging: from instrumentation, acquisition, analysis methods and practical software solutions, to clinical and systems neuroscience. Our >100 core researchers and trainees have published more than 1,000 journal articles and have raised $100'sM in research grants so far.

Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital Neurological Simulation Research and Training Centre

3801 University Street, Room E2.89 (RVH) Montreal, Quebec Canada , H3A 2B4 CanadaSurgical simulation with haptic feedback and visual and tactile reality is an emerging field that has the potential to revolutionize research and training in all surgical specialities because of its ability to develop metrics which can assess, quantify and train technical skills, lessen human error and therefore improve patient outcomes. Assessment is an essential element in the evaluation of psychomotor skills during surgical training. Proficiency-based training and assessment implies that the trainee has to achieve a set of predefined criteria during their training to move to the next level in a safe and controlled learning environment. While proficiency-based training is practiced in many disciplines, for neurosurgery and other surgical specialties technical skills learning is linked to chronology; e.g. skills learned during the specific period of time spent in a residency program and in the operating room (6-7 years) in a novice/expert apprenticeship model. Proficiency-based training ensures that specific criteria have been met while chronological-based training does not guarantee that a resident has achieved a degree of skill commiserate with competency in the surgical care of patients.

Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital Neuro Microscopy Core Facility

3801 Rue University, Montréal, QC H3A 2B4, CAThis web site provides easy access to the reservation system for scheduling time slots to use the microscopic imaging equipment. Please read all the rules for scheduling and use of this equipment. If you have any questions, please refer to the links on the top for more information.

Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital Neuro Microscopy Core Facility

3801 University Street Montrea, Quebec , H3A 2B4 CanadaThis web site provides easy access to the reservation system for scheduling time slots to use the microscopic imaging equipment. Please read all the rules for scheduling and use of this equipment. If you have any questions, please refer to the links on the top for more information.

Montrium

507, Place d’Armes Suite 1050 Montreal, Quebec QC H2Y 2W8 CanadaMontrium offers quality assurance and regulatory GXP compliance services.

MRM Proteomics

141 Avenue du Président-Kennedy SB-5100 Montreal, Quebec, H2X 1Y4 CanadaMRM Proteomics is a technology provider and contract research organization/research partner delivering advanced proteomics technologies in the form of research services, kits, and clinical assays for applications in the pharmaceutical & biotechnology industries. We offer the widest variety of high quality proteomics services and we specialize in development of custom-tailored technologies for our clients’ specific research needs. We are also involved in the development of several clinical proteomics assays such as those for patient stratification for targeted cancer treatments. These projects, with large pharmaceutical and clinical research partners, commonly use our patented iMALDI technology, which is compatible with clinically available instrumentation and automation. MRM Proteomics has launched a line of MS kits for do-it-yourself targeted quantitation. The PeptiQuant Plus line includes kits for human plasma and mouse plasma, as well as dedicated products to assist with quality control of MS-based proteomics. They have been optimized for use on a wide variety of mass spectrometry platforms. All of our assays are developed and characterized according to rigorous guidelines established by the National Cancer Institute’s Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium (CPTAC). This feature is unique to MRM Proteomics’ assays. In addition to our protein quantitation assays, we provide top of the line high resolution structural characterization of proteins and biosimilars by top-down and bottom-up HDX. MRM Proteomics Inc. was established in 2010 as a spin-out company to commercialize the cutting-edge proteomics technologies, tools and know-how developed at the University of Victoria-Genome BC Proteomics Centre.

MRM Proteomics

Attn: Shipping & Receiving 2005 Rue Jeanne-Mance, SB-5100 Montreal, Quebec, H2X 2J6 CanadaMRM Proteomics is a technology provider and contract research organization/research partner delivering advanced proteomics technologies in the form of research services, kits, and clinical assays for applications in the pharmaceutical & biotechnology industries. We offer the widest variety of high quality proteomics services and we specialize in development of custom-tailored technologies for our clients’ specific research needs. We are also involved in the development of several clinical proteomics assays such as those for patient stratification for targeted cancer treatments. These projects, with large pharmaceutical and clinical research partners, commonly use our patented iMALDI technology, which is compatible with clinically available instrumentation and automation. MRM Proteomics has launched a line of MS kits for do-it-yourself targeted quantitation. The PeptiQuant Plus line includes kits for human plasma and mouse plasma, as well as dedicated products to assist with quality control of MS-based proteomics. They have been optimized for use on a wide variety of mass spectrometry platforms. All of our assays are developed and characterized according to rigorous guidelines established by the National Cancer Institute’s Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium (CPTAC). This feature is unique to MRM Proteomics’ assays. In addition to our protein quantitation assays, we provide top of the line high resolution structural characterization of proteins and biosimilars by top-down and bottom-up HDX. MRM Proteomics Inc. was established in 2010 as a spin-out company to commercialize the cutting-edge proteomics technologies, tools and know-how developed at the University of Victoria-Genome BC Proteomics Centre.

NanoQAM

Montreal, QC CanadaNanoQAM research center provides characterization and analysis services by making available its infrastructure and equipment. to other academic institutions and industrials. The research center offers access to seven services: chromatography, microscopy, spectroscopy, physical/electrochemical characterization, lithography, and synthesis.

NanoQAM

2101, rue Jeanne-Mance Montréal, Québec H2X 2J6 CanadaNanoQAM research center provides characterization and analysis services by making available its infrastructure and equipment. to other academic institutions and industrials. The research center offers access to seven services: chromatography, microscopy, spectroscopy, physical/electrochemical characterization, lithography, and synthesis.

NEOMED Institute

7171 Rue Frederick Banting Montréal, QC, H4S 1Z9 CanadaNEOMED Institute is a not-for-profit, public-private alliance dedicated to drug discovery and development, acting as a foster home for promising assets emerging from academia and biotechnology companies. NEOMED is pioneering an innovative approach to drug development, with a clear mission to bridge the gap between early stage innovations and the healthcare needs of society. We provide industry-level drug discovery and development expertise and funding to bring promising therapeutic approaches up to human proof-of-concept, a stage where the projects will become attractive to the biopharmaceutical industry or as the basis for the creation of solid start-up companies in Quebec.

Neptune Technologies & Bioressources

225, Promenade du Centropolis, Suite 200, Laval, Québec, Canada H7T 0B3Neptune Technologies & Bioressources develops and commercializes proprietary bioactive ingredients and products.

NeuroSolutions

Montreal Montreal , Quebec, H4S 1Z9 CanadaNeuroSolutions Ltd. was established in the UK in 2001 to provide clients with highly specialised contract electrophysiological research. Our related companies are based in Montreal, Canada (Cerebrasol Canada Ltd) and Melbourne, Australia (Pacific Discovery Services Ltd) with further laboratories in Bogor, Indonesia. The companies provide a flexible, highly skilled service with fast turnaround that meets the needs of a wide range of biopharmaceutical companies. Our large portfolio of clients, many of them repeat customers, ranging from small start-ups to multinational pharmaceutical companies provides validation of our quality, reliability, speed and discretion. How we do this; Molecular biology services Single cell rt-PCR, real time qPCR, immunohistochemistry Behavioural modelling of disease Pain models (Chung, CCI etc.), anxiety, obesity, Alzheimer’s disease In vivo electrophysiology Almost all brain regions, spinal cord, nerve fibres single fibre level, naïve and model animals In vitro slice electrophysiology Almost all brain regions, spinal cord, naïve and model animals, single/dual recordings Range of Projects; Simple fee for service: single compound contract Multiple FTE contracts: mechanism of action of a series of compounds Speciality in providing ‘proof of concept’ studies for novel chemical entities Areas; Pain; Acute, Surgical, Neuropathic, Inflammatory, Migraine, Arthritis, Diabetic Neuropathy, Chemotherapy neuropathy, Neurodegeneration; Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Huntington's Disease Psychiatry; Depression, Anxiety, Schizophrenia, Psycosis Other; Obesity, Epilepsy, Diabetes, Channelopathies, Safety Pharmacology Example Range of Models for Pain; Chronic constriction injury Spinal nerve ligation Diabetes-induced Chemotherapy-induced Fracture pain model Carrageenan Complete Freund’s adjuvant Formalin MIA UVB Surgical pain Pain Behavioural Readouts; Von Frey hair Hargreave’s Randall-Selitto Weight-bearing Paw licking, shaking, lifting Plethysmography RotaRod test Pain Electrohphysiological Assays; In vivo: Single fibre recording, spontaneous and evoked, single neurone recording from the spinal cord and brain, all naïve and modelled animals In vitro: Compound action potential recording from isolated nerves, naïve and modelled, slice patch-clamp recordings, dissociated DRG patch-clamp recordings from naïve and modelled animals Neurodegeneration Behavioural Tests; Open field: e.g. object recognition test (ORT), Y-maze, Barnes maze Operant chambers: e.g. Alternating Lever Cyclic Ratio (ALCR), delayed match-to-position (DMTP/DNMTP) Beta-amyloid induced deficits (ADDL/APP/oligomers/aggregated) α-synuclein-induced deficits Commercially available transgenic rodent models Neurodegeneration Electrophysiological Assays; In vivo: single cells – extra and intracellular recording; iontophoretic, central and parenteral drug administration Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked, including LTP/LTD Peripheral nerves – compound and single fibre Telemetric and multi-electrode recording In vitro: whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from brain slices (current/voltage/blind/visualised) Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked extracellular recordings from brain slices, including LTP/LTD and multi-electrode recording (MEA) Ion channel pharmacology – state-dependency, kinetics, and site of action using cultured and primary dissociated neurones, cell lines Psychiatry Behavioural Tests; Barnes maze Conflict anxiety model (high level illumination & odour) Psychiatry Electrophysiological Assays; In vivo: single unit recordings from hippocampus/ striatum/ substantia nigra/ dorsal raphe/ prefrontal cortex / brainstem Local field potential/population spike recording from hippocampus; CA1/DG/CA3, LTP, MEA In vitro: whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from brain slices (current/voltage/blind/visualised) Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked extracellular recordings from brain slices, including LTP/LTD and multi-electrode recording (MEA) Ion channel pharmacology – state-dependency, kinetics, and site of action using cultured and primary dissociated neurones, cell lines1 Other Behavioural Tests; DIO Transgenic Mice Electrophysiological Assays; In vivo: single unit recordings from most characterised brain regions Local field potential/population spike recording from hippocampus/cortex In vitro: whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from brain slices (current/voltage/blind/visualised) Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked extracellular recordings from brain slices Ion channel pharmacology: state-dependency, kinetics, and site of action using cultured and primary dissociated neurones, cell lines

NeuroSolutions

Montreal Montreal , Quebec, H4S 1Z9 CanadaNeuroSolutions Ltd. was established in the UK in 2001 to provide clients with highly specialised contract electrophysiological research. Our related companies are based in Montreal, Canada (Cerebrasol Canada Ltd) and Melbourne, Australia (Pacific Discovery Services Ltd) with further laboratories in Bogor, Indonesia. The companies provide a flexible, highly skilled service with fast turnaround that meets the needs of a wide range of biopharmaceutical companies. Our large portfolio of clients, many of them repeat customers, ranging from small start-ups to multinational pharmaceutical companies provides validation of our quality, reliability, speed and discretion. How we do this; Molecular biology services Single cell rt-PCR, real time qPCR, immunohistochemistry Behavioural modelling of disease Pain models (Chung, CCI etc.), anxiety, obesity, Alzheimer’s disease In vivo electrophysiology Almost all brain regions, spinal cord, nerve fibres single fibre level, naïve and model animals In vitro slice electrophysiology Almost all brain regions, spinal cord, naïve and model animals, single/dual recordings Range of Projects; Simple fee for service: single compound contract Multiple FTE contracts: mechanism of action of a series of compounds Speciality in providing ‘proof of concept’ studies for novel chemical entities Areas; Pain; Acute, Surgical, Neuropathic, Inflammatory, Migraine, Arthritis, Diabetic Neuropathy, Chemotherapy neuropathy, Neurodegeneration; Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Huntington's Disease Psychiatry; Depression, Anxiety, Schizophrenia, Psycosis Other; Obesity, Epilepsy, Diabetes, Channelopathies, Safety Pharmacology Example Range of Models for Pain; Chronic constriction injury Spinal nerve ligation Diabetes-induced Chemotherapy-induced Fracture pain model Carrageenan Complete Freund’s adjuvant Formalin MIA UVB Surgical pain Pain Behavioural Readouts; Von Frey hair Hargreave’s Randall-Selitto Weight-bearing Paw licking, shaking, lifting Plethysmography RotaRod test Pain Electrohphysiological Assays; In vivo: Single fibre recording, spontaneous and evoked, single neurone recording from the spinal cord and brain, all naïve and modelled animals In vitro: Compound action potential recording from isolated nerves, naïve and modelled, slice patch-clamp recordings, dissociated DRG patch-clamp recordings from naïve and modelled animals Neurodegeneration Behavioural Tests; Open field: e.g. object recognition test (ORT), Y-maze, Barnes maze Operant chambers: e.g. Alternating Lever Cyclic Ratio (ALCR), delayed match-to-position (DMTP/DNMTP) Beta-amyloid induced deficits (ADDL/APP/oligomers/aggregated) α-synuclein-induced deficits Commercially available transgenic rodent models Neurodegeneration Electrophysiological Assays; In vivo: single cells – extra and intracellular recording; iontophoretic, central and parenteral drug administration Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked, including LTP/LTD Peripheral nerves – compound and single fibre Telemetric and multi-electrode recording In vitro: whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from brain slices (current/voltage/blind/visualised) Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked extracellular recordings from brain slices, including LTP/LTD and multi-electrode recording (MEA) Ion channel pharmacology – state-dependency, kinetics, and site of action using cultured and primary dissociated neurones, cell lines Psychiatry Behavioural Tests; Barnes maze Conflict anxiety model (high level illumination & odour) Psychiatry Electrophysiological Assays; In vivo: single unit recordings from hippocampus/ striatum/ substantia nigra/ dorsal raphe/ prefrontal cortex / brainstem Local field potential/population spike recording from hippocampus; CA1/DG/CA3, LTP, MEA In vitro: whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from brain slices (current/voltage/blind/visualised) Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked extracellular recordings from brain slices, including LTP/LTD and multi-electrode recording (MEA) Ion channel pharmacology – state-dependency, kinetics, and site of action using cultured and primary dissociated neurones, cell lines1 Other Behavioural Tests; DIO Transgenic Mice Electrophysiological Assays; In vivo: single unit recordings from most characterised brain regions Local field potential/population spike recording from hippocampus/cortex In vitro: whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from brain slices (current/voltage/blind/visualised) Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked extracellular recordings from brain slices Ion channel pharmacology: state-dependency, kinetics, and site of action using cultured and primary dissociated neurones, cell lines

NeuroSolutions

7171 Frederick-Banting Montreal , Quebec, H4S 1Z9 CanadaNeuroSolutions Ltd. was established in the UK in 2001 to provide clients with highly specialised contract electrophysiological research. Our related companies are based in Montreal, Canada (Cerebrasol Canada Ltd) and Melbourne, Australia (Pacific Discovery Services Ltd) with further laboratories in Bogor, Indonesia. The companies provide a flexible, highly skilled service with fast turnaround that meets the needs of a wide range of biopharmaceutical companies. Our large portfolio of clients, many of them repeat customers, ranging from small start-ups to multinational pharmaceutical companies provides validation of our quality, reliability, speed and discretion. How we do this; Molecular biology services Single cell rt-PCR, real time qPCR, immunohistochemistry Behavioural modelling of disease Pain models (Chung, CCI etc.), anxiety, obesity, Alzheimer’s disease In vivo electrophysiology Almost all brain regions, spinal cord, nerve fibres single fibre level, naïve and model animals In vitro slice electrophysiology Almost all brain regions, spinal cord, naïve and model animals, single/dual recordings Range of Projects; Simple fee for service: single compound contract Multiple FTE contracts: mechanism of action of a series of compounds Speciality in providing ‘proof of concept’ studies for novel chemical entities Areas; Pain; Acute, Surgical, Neuropathic, Inflammatory, Migraine, Arthritis, Diabetic Neuropathy, Chemotherapy neuropathy, Neurodegeneration; Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Huntington's Disease Psychiatry; Depression, Anxiety, Schizophrenia, Psycosis Other; Obesity, Epilepsy, Diabetes, Channelopathies, Safety Pharmacology Example Range of Models for Pain; Chronic constriction injury Spinal nerve ligation Diabetes-induced Chemotherapy-induced Fracture pain model Carrageenan Complete Freund’s adjuvant Formalin MIA UVB Surgical pain Pain Behavioural Readouts; Von Frey hair Hargreave’s Randall-Selitto Weight-bearing Paw licking, shaking, lifting Plethysmography RotaRod test Pain Electrohphysiological Assays; In vivo: Single fibre recording, spontaneous and evoked, single neurone recording from the spinal cord and brain, all naïve and modelled animals In vitro: Compound action potential recording from isolated nerves, naïve and modelled, slice patch-clamp recordings, dissociated DRG patch-clamp recordings from naïve and modelled animals Neurodegeneration Behavioural Tests; Open field: e.g. object recognition test (ORT), Y-maze, Barnes maze Operant chambers: e.g. Alternating Lever Cyclic Ratio (ALCR), delayed match-to-position (DMTP/DNMTP) Beta-amyloid induced deficits (ADDL/APP/oligomers/aggregated) α-synuclein-induced deficits Commercially available transgenic rodent models Neurodegeneration Electrophysiological Assays; In vivo: single cells – extra and intracellular recording; iontophoretic, central and parenteral drug administration Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked, including LTP/LTD Peripheral nerves – compound and single fibre Telemetric and multi-electrode recording In vitro: whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from brain slices (current/voltage/blind/visualised) Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked extracellular recordings from brain slices, including LTP/LTD and multi-electrode recording (MEA) Ion channel pharmacology – state-dependency, kinetics, and site of action using cultured and primary dissociated neurones, cell lines Psychiatry Behavioural Tests; Barnes maze Conflict anxiety model (high level illumination & odour) Psychiatry Electrophysiological Assays; In vivo: single unit recordings from hippocampus/ striatum/ substantia nigra/ dorsal raphe/ prefrontal cortex / brainstem Local field potential/population spike recording from hippocampus; CA1/DG/CA3, LTP, MEA In vitro: whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from brain slices (current/voltage/blind/visualised) Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked extracellular recordings from brain slices, including LTP/LTD and multi-electrode recording (MEA) Ion channel pharmacology – state-dependency, kinetics, and site of action using cultured and primary dissociated neurones, cell lines1 Other Behavioural Tests; DIO Transgenic Mice Electrophysiological Assays; In vivo: single unit recordings from most characterised brain regions Local field potential/population spike recording from hippocampus/cortex In vitro: whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from brain slices (current/voltage/blind/visualised) Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked extracellular recordings from brain slices Ion channel pharmacology: state-dependency, kinetics, and site of action using cultured and primary dissociated neurones, cell lines

NMX Research and Solutions Inc.

500 Boulevard Cartier Ouest Laval, QC, H7V 5B7 CanadaNMX Research and Solutions Inc. (NMX) was founded in January 2014 and is located in the greater Montreal area. NMX initiates discovery programs via CRO and strategic partnership business models. Our ambition is that NMX becomes a leader in employing NMR spectroscopy and other biophysical methods towards the identification of seeds for drug-discovery. We already implemented methods allowing us to generate high quality data allowing our clients and partners to make sound and timely decisions in their current drug-discovery projects. Please contact us to see how NMX could help you in turning your current drug-discovery challenges into unique opportunities.

NMX Research and Solutions Inc.

500 Cartier Boulevard, Suite 6000 Laval, Québec, H7V 5B7 CanadaNMX Research and Solutions Inc. (NMX) was founded in January 2014 and is located in the greater Montreal area. NMX initiates discovery programs via CRO and strategic partnership business models. Our ambition is that NMX becomes a leader in employing NMR spectroscopy and other biophysical methods towards the identification of seeds for drug-discovery. We already implemented methods allowing us to generate high quality data allowing our clients and partners to make sound and timely decisions in their current drug-discovery projects. Please contact us to see how NMX could help you in turning your current drug-discovery challenges into unique opportunities.

Nomic Bio

5333 Casgrain Ave, Suite 401 Montreal, Quebec, H2T 1X3 CanadaNomic is developing the world’s highest-throughput proteomic platform, the nELISA™. Using DNA nanotechnology, spectral multiplexing, and automation, the nELISA transforms the traditional sandwich immunoassay into a massively multiplexed protein profiling tool without compromising throughput, cost, or fidelity. Today we're offering scientists the fastest and most flexible protein profiling solutions to empower them to decide the scope and scale of their experiments. Working with top pharmas and research institutes, we are bringing the power of high-content proteomics to high-throughput drug discovery.

Nomic Bio

3687 Rue Basset, Room 2765 Montreal, Quebec, H2X 2L8 CanadaNomic is developing the world’s highest-throughput proteomic platform, the nELISA™. Using DNA nanotechnology, spectral multiplexing, and automation, the nELISA transforms the traditional sandwich immunoassay into a massively multiplexed protein profiling tool without compromising throughput, cost, or fidelity. Today we're offering scientists the fastest and most flexible protein profiling solutions to empower them to decide the scope and scale of their experiments. Working with top pharmas and research institutes, we are bringing the power of high-content proteomics to high-throughput drug discovery.

Nomic Bio

3687 Rue Basset, Room 2765, Montreal, H2X 2L8, QC, Canada Montreal, Quebec, H2X2L8 CanadaNomic is developing the world’s highest-throughput proteomic platform, the nELISA™. Using DNA nanotechnology, spectral multiplexing, and automation, the nELISA transforms the traditional sandwich immunoassay into a massively multiplexed protein profiling tool without compromising throughput, cost, or fidelity. Today we're offering scientists the fastest and most flexible protein profiling solutions to empower them to decide the scope and scale of their experiments. Working with top pharmas and research institutes, we are bringing the power of high-content proteomics to high-throughput drug discovery.

NuChem Therapeutics

6100 Royalmount Ave Montreal, Quebec Canada H4P 2R2NuChem Therapeutics is a Medicinal Chemistry contract research organization located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. We offer a variety of services to support the biotech and pharmaceuticals industries to help identify and optimise pre-clinical candidates in the area of small molecule drug discovery.

Oncodesign Biotechnology

11-2901 Rue Rachel Est Montréal, QC, H1W 4A4 CanadaSOLUTION PROVIDER ACROSS MAJOR THERAPEUTIC AREAS Oncodesign is a leading biopharmaceutical company that meets the needs of innovation in the health industry through precision medicine. The company has built an industrial model of innovation to orientate new therapeutic molecules to fight serious illnesses with unmet medical needs : cancer, immuno-oncology, immunology, inflammation and infectious diseases. Starting out from your targets or your molecules, we orient, drive and perform discovery or development programs to select the best drug candidates thanks to our following services: * IDDS (Integrated Drug Discovery Services) DRIVE --> From target validation to preclinical candidate and IND * DDSA (Discovery and Development Strategic Alliance) --> Strategic discovery program management up to clinical phase * Stand-alone services --> Proof of concept Pharmacology / Pharmaco imaging / Targeted radiotherapy / ADME DMPK / Bioanalysis/ Biopharmaceutical products services / Biodecontamination/Biosafety / Biobanking / WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM ONCODESIGN? Oncodesign recognizes it is a significant investment for clients to select and access specialized technologies and expert scientist resources with extensive knowledge of pharmaceutical drug discovery and development. When it comes to outsourcing client projects, quality, innovation, time, and agility are key components for clients seeking to build a trusted and long-term relationship. * Helping our clients identify new approaches and anticipate tomorrow’s challenge Oncodesign is a vector for therapeutic innovation. As such, for over two decades, Oncodesign has invested in a continuum of technologies platforms (Predict®, Xmice®, T.O.T.®, OncoSNIPE® and Pharmimage®) to support Precision Medicine innovation model. These platforms come from the technological specificities of the company, thanks to a mesh pattern of scientific skills, knowledge & know-how and innovative technologies. Thanks to these platforms we support our clients investigating and establishing preclinical proof-of concept of a multitude of therapeutic approaches and products. So far, 5,000 advanced preclinical or clinical therapeutic solutions have been assess ranging from new chemical entities, biologics, cell or gene therapy, systemic targeted radiotherapies as well as combination therapies. * A strong track record Oncodesign’s multidisciplinary research teams and our seasoned management staff have had true accomplishments in drug discovery, having delivered more than 20 pre-clinical candidates to clients, partners and internally. A significant number of pre-clinical candidates, including first-in-class, have already progressed into clinical trials Besides, we have been serving more than 800 clients amongst pharmaceutical, biotech and life-science companies around the world to assess numerous treatment options in preclinical proof-of-concept studies across major therapeutic areas. We also take pride in the trust and fidelity of our clients proven by long term agreements and sustained repeat business. * Mutual understanding & customized project management We first listen to and understand clients’ requirements to design their tailored studies or discovery programs. Together, we set key milestones to reach endpoints such as activity, selectivity, pharmacological or ADME profile and toxicity, within a defined frame time. To allow our client to take informed and on-time decisions, we implement program or project management to insure constructive and regular discussions. * A collaborative mindset from a team with mix of backgrounds, experiences & skills For Oncodesign "we must succeed together". The creation of value arising from reciprocity, that is to say balanced, and transparent exchanges at all levels, with our partners, our clients. We acknowledge the diversity of our clients’ cultures and needs. However, all clients seek our team ability to design and perform studies or discovery programs encompass highest pharmaceutical standard to deliver robust data and products. Oncodesign combines a biotechnology mindset to seek for all fast track pathways along with a sense of service to deliver and communicate on purpose. Our management, scientific and business development teams encompass a mix of origin, experiences and skills. This diversity is a valuable asset to Oncodesign, allowing us to understand each unique client and to drive discovery programs knowing that no two projects will ever be the same. * Quality meeting client satisfaction & regulatory requirements Oncodesign’s quality management aims to set-up a framework to monitor our ability to meet client satisfaction in drug discovery and development along with regulatory requirements. We drive our quality management process in a continuous improvement approach, as part of the comprehensive company management. As such, Oncodesign welcomes inspections and audits from clients & health authorities for the work being considered. Furthermore, for non-clinical development, Oncodesign is GLP compliant with grade A certification from French authorities (ANSM). Oncodesign offers assessment solutions to evaluate innovative preventive and therapeutic strategies for COVID-19 (sars-CoV-2). Oncodesign’s mission is to discover innovative new therapies for serious diseases that do not currently have any known treatments. Operating within the framework of Infectious Disease Models and Innovative Therapies (IDMIT), Oncodesign is a major actor in the drug development ecosystem. Its in-house experience, acquired over 25 years, combined with working with other strategic partners, offers straightforward, immediately available or soon-to-be validated in vitro and in vivo models based on a broad number of readouts. This latest announcement means that clients will directly benefit from the most up-to-date scientific breakthroughs, enabling them to assess drugs for the benefit of COVID-19 patients.

PAIRimmune

525 Bd Cartier Ouest Laval, Quebec, H7V 3S8 CanadaWith unrivaled expertise in immunology on both sides of the client/CRO relationship, Nexelis (Formerly PAIRimmune) is a leading provider of assay development and specialty laboratory testing. Our versatile team of scientists, working with our advanced technology platforms, were instrumental in the development, qualification, validation, and large-scale sample testing of assays that supported the FDA filing of almost 100 new molecular entities, including blockbuster vaccines and soluble large molecules.

PAIRimmune

525 Boul. Cartier ouest Laval, Québec, Canada H7V 3S8With unrivaled expertise in immunology on both sides of the client/CRO relationship, Nexelis (Formerly PAIRimmune) is a leading provider of assay development and specialty laboratory testing. Our versatile team of scientists, working with our advanced technology platforms, were instrumental in the development, qualification, validation, and large-scale sample testing of assays that supported the FDA filing of almost 100 new molecular entities, including blockbuster vaccines and soluble large molecules.

Parallex BioAssays

47 Basile-Daigneault St-Basile-le-Grand, QC, J3N1S3 CanadaMultiplexed sandwich immunoassays is a powerful technique to measure multiple protein concentrations simultaneously. However, despite a great excitement, its success was hampered by the cross-reaction among the antibodies. Parallex BioAssays eliminated the “detection soup” and offers a new approach to deliver the detection antibodies precisely to their cognate spots. As a result, a cross-reaction free chip harboring an assembly of parallelized assays, physically isolated from each others. It’s more than a simple multiplex, it’s multiple singleplex! Advantages of the SnapChip: Rapid Assay Development – All assays are optimized individually. That’s it! Mix and Match – All your preferred assays on the same chip. No limitation! Accurate Results – Elimination of cross-reactivity and false positives! New Opportunities – Measurement of concentration, post-translational modifications and enzyme activity… All at once!

Paraza Pharma

Laval, QC CanadaParaza Pharma supports drug discovery by supporting lead identification through lead optimization services.

Pendopharm

6111 Royalmount Montreal, Quebec H4P 2T4 CanadaPendopharm provides healthcare products, specialty pharmaceuticals and prescription medicine.

Peptides Montréal

535 Cartier Blvd West Laval, (Québec) H7V 3S8 CanadaPeptides Montréal is a peptide synthesis company providing services for all your non cGMP peptides needs.

Peptides Montréal

Laval, QC CanadaPeptides Montréal is a peptide synthesis company providing services for all your non cGMP peptides needs.

PeriPharm, Inc.

5858 chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, suite 600 Montréal, Québec, H3S 1Z1 CanadaPeriPharm is a company that specializes in pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research. We are a dynamic and enthusiastic team of research professionals who are fully dedicated to quality research and client satisfaction. We have proven expertise in economic evaluation, model development and adaptation, real-world evidence, drug use studies, claim database analyses, cost of illness studies, pharmacoeconomic strategic planning, and pharmacoeconomic strategic consulting.

PhylogenX

1239 De Tarente Laval, QC, H7P 5Y7 Canada

PhylogenX

Montréal, QC, Canada

PhylogenX

Montréal, QC, Canada

PO-Labs

609 McCaffrey Str, St-Laurent, QC, Canada H4T1N3PO Laboratories (PO-Labs) offers GC-MS, GC-MS-MS, HPLC of small molecules in biological samples, HPLC testing of peptides, RNA and DNA, stability testing, raw material testing, Impurity profiling, photostability, melting point, osmolality, surface tension, refractive index testing, and microscopy imaging and other.

PO-Labs

Dorval, QC CanadaPO Laboratories (PO-Labs) offers GC-MS, GC-MS-MS, HPLC of small molecules in biological samples, HPLC testing of peptides, RNA and DNA, stability testing, raw material testing, Impurity profiling, photostability, melting point, osmolality, surface tension, refractive index testing, and microscopy imaging and other.

Polycontrols

3650 A-1 Matte Blvd. Canada Brossard, QC, J4Y2Z2 Canada

Polycontrols

123 West Service Road Champlain, NY, 12919 United States

PROCURE Quebec Prostate Cancer Biobank

1320 Graham, suite 110 , Quebec CanadaThis year alone in Quebec, 4,600 men will learn that they have prostate cancer, and about 880 of them will die. Despite advances in research and the discovery of some risk factors, including age, race, family history and probably lifestyle, it remains unclear which one of these factors is most prevalent. Prostate cancer affects one in seven men. We also cannot explain why this disease is so aggressive, or how it develops. It can be said that the situation with regard to prostate cancer is similar to that of breast cancer in women. The causes of prostate cancer remain unknown. While the lack of adequate tools and equipment slows progress, hopes are raised by some spectacular advances in the field of biotechnology. The discovery of the human genome is a huge step forward. Dramatic developments are expected in the understanding of basic biological processes, opening up completely new horizons, especially in oncology. However, such prospects, at least for prostate cancer, will not be fruitful without prospective research being conducted according to standardized procedures on large numbers of men who are at risk or already affected by this disease. In 2005 PROCURE, the only Quebec-based non-profit organization wholly dedicated to combatting prostate cancer, decided it was time to act and adopted a very ambitious research tool: the PROCURE Biobank for prostate cancer in Quebec. Quebec is a perfect place to implement such a project because of the genetic traits of its native population and its ethnic diversity. In addition, the relative stability of Quebec’s population means that the project participants can be monitored over a long period. Finally, our province’s long tradition of collaboration and excellence in research guarantees our ability to establish and run a world class biobank.

Progeneca

7171 Frederick-Banting Suite 2272 Montreal, Qc, Canada H4S 1Z9Progeneca provides quality services in Protein Expression, Purification, Modification & Sequencing.

Progeneca

7171 Frederick-Banting Suite 2272 Montreal, QC, H4S 1Z9 CanadaProgeneca provides quality services in Protein Expression, Purification, Modification & Sequencing.

ProMetric Life Sciences

531 Boul. des Prairies, Bldg 15 Laval, Québec H7V 1B7 CanadaProMetric Life Sciences is specialized in the design of small molecules that mimic specific interactions between proteins.

Quebec Leukemia Cell Bank

QUEBEC LEUKEMIA CELL BANK Centre de recherche de l'Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont Laboratory 3 5415 de l'Assomption blvd. Montreal, QC, H1T 2M4Welcome The Quebec Leukemia Cell Bank is a provincial program funded by the Cancer Research Network of the Fonds de Recherche du Québec en Santé (FRQS) and other partners : Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital, Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer (IRIC). The Quebec Leukemia Cell Bank is affiliated to The Canadian Tumour Repository Network (CTRNet). It groups together hematologists, researchers and clinical scientists from four Quebec universities (Université Laval, McGill, Sherbrooke, Montréal) and Quebec research centers. The cell bank has been in operation since 2001. The primary objective of the Quebec Leukemia Cell Bank is to support basic and clinical blood cancer research. It also serves to provide an infrastructure and services aimed at facilitating the work of researchers in various fields, such as oncology, hematology and immunology in particular. Several researchers have already benefited from this infrastructure in the course of their work. The purpose of this website is to raise awareness about our cell bank so we can continue to help an increasing number of researchers.

Ropack

Ropack Inc., 10801 Mirabeau St., Montreal, QC H1J 1T7 CANADARopack offers manufacturing and packaging for solid oral dosages.

Royal Victoria Hospital

1001 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal, QC H4A, CAThe Royal Victoria Hospital has served the citizens of Quebec since it opened its doors in 1893. In addition to providing world-class health care as a McGill-affiliated hospital, it has long been an iconic Montreal landmark. Occupying approximately 35 acres on the southeast slope of Mount Royal, and including numerous heritage buildings, the Royal Victoria Hospital site is a natural and architectural jewel—unique and irreplaceable. When the hospital functions of the Royal Victoria move to the Glen Campus of the McGill University Health Centre in 2015, the Royal Victoria site will need to be reimagined, preserving the best of its legacy while embracing a modern future. McGill University, right next door and in need of space to grow, has a vision for this future.

Royal Victoria Hospital

1001 Blvd. Decarie Montreal, QC, H4A 3J1 CanadaThe Royal Victoria Hospital has served the citizens of Quebec since it opened its doors in 1893. In addition to providing world-class health care as a McGill-affiliated hospital, it has long been an iconic Montreal landmark. Occupying approximately 35 acres on the southeast slope of Mount Royal, and including numerous heritage buildings, the Royal Victoria Hospital site is a natural and architectural jewel—unique and irreplaceable. When the hospital functions of the Royal Victoria move to the Glen Campus of the McGill University Health Centre in 2015, the Royal Victoria site will need to be reimagined, preserving the best of its legacy while embracing a modern future. McGill University, right next door and in need of space to grow, has a vision for this future.

Schrodinger

101 SW Main StreetSchrodinger provides modeling, visualization, simulation, software and technology services.

Scimega Research

1695 Laval Blvd., Suite 420Scimega Research offers clinical research services including feasibility assessment, project management, data management, pharmacovigilance, and regulatory affairs.

SCIREQ

6600 St-Urbain Suite 300 Montreal, QC, H2S 3G8 CanadaSCIREQ’s respiratory research systems are recognized as the gold standard for in vivo lung function testing.

Simport Scientific Inc.

2588 Rue Bernard-Pilon Saint-Mathieu-de-Beloeil, QC, J3G 4S5 CanadaFounded in 1975, Simport® Scientific is a leading developer and designer of quality consumable and reusable laboratory products. Our extensive range of more than 2000 items is sold over the 5 continents through our remarkable distribution network. Our operational agility brings us to offer reliable and quality products that are the bases of effective modern laboratories.

Soluphase

5160 Decarie Boulevard, Suite 770 Montreal Quebec H3X 2H9 CanadaSoluphase offers easy recovery products and SCG tagged products.

Sristek

1464 Ch. Du Lac St-LouisSristek offers phase I-IV clinical research services including clinical trials, pharmacokinetic studies, feasibility studies, project management, regulatory affairs, clinical monitoring, and data management.

Stobec, Inc.

1050 Industry Boulevard St-Jérôme, Québec,, J7Y 4B9 United StatesBased in Canada since 1977, Stobec has been moving thousands of surplus chemicals of all types, to and from Canada, USA, South America, Europe, China, India and many other countries. On one side, we buy chemicals from companies with surplus inventory due to formulation changes, end-of-line productions, mergers, expiry dates or any other reason. On the other side, we sell these surplus chemicals to companies looking for top quality raw materials, at reduced prices. Stobec is therefore a true ecological alternative to the disposal of chemicals. With 39 years of experience, we have gained a valuable expertise that we now share with our customers. We deal with all types of raw chemicals, from those used in the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and food products to those used in cleaning products, water treatment, paints, coatings and adhesives.

Stobec, Inc.

1050 Industry Boulevard St-Jérôme, Québec, Canada J7Y 4B9Based in Canada since 1977, Stobec has been moving thousands of surplus chemicals of all types, to and from Canada, USA, South America, Europe, China, India and many other countries. On one side, we buy chemicals from companies with surplus inventory due to formulation changes, end-of-line productions, mergers, expiry dates or any other reason. On the other side, we sell these surplus chemicals to companies looking for top quality raw materials, at reduced prices. Stobec is therefore a true ecological alternative to the disposal of chemicals. With 39 years of experience, we have gained a valuable expertise that we now share with our customers. We deal with all types of raw chemicals, from those used in the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and food products to those used in cleaning products, water treatment, paints, coatings and adhesives.

Synchrogenix

2000 Peel St., Suite 570 Montreal, Quebec H3A 2W5Synchrogenix partners with pharmaceutical and biotech companies to develop submission documents for global regulatory agencies. Since 1986, our core competency at Synchrogenix has been regulatory writing for the pharmaceutical and biotech industry. Focusing on this crucial aspect of the drug development process has allowed us to hone our unique methodology and build a team of regulatory writers who are experts and thought leaders in the field. Rather than vertically specializing in a functional area, as a CRO, CMO, or contract lab might, Synchrogenix horizontally bridges all functional areas within drug development. Our strength is integrating with key stakeholders to create submission documents that are comprehensive, concise, and clear, as well as consistent within and across the entire submission. Synchrogenix breaks through silos, uniting many single elements into one story…your story. Synchrogenix is a leader in the regulatory writing field with a singular focus of authoring and editing regulatory documentation. We know that we are only as good as the documents that we produce. Therefore we are dedicated to the following ideals: Nurturing our writers and editors to increase their knowledge of drug and biological development, and to ensure they are comfortably challenged in their careers. Remaining immersed in global pharmaceutical, biotech, device, and diagnostics regulatory documentation requirements, to understand and anticipate our clients’ needs. Ensuring that we utilize technologies and safety systems that offer the level of sophistication that is vital to our clients. By merging our cross-functional expertise with our writing experience, we deliver documents that not only support clients’ strategic messaging, but also enhance their marketability. We provide many of the benefits of in-house writers—including the experience and perspective of industry insiders—without increased overhead or struggles with fluctuating workloads.

TekniScience

Terrebonne, QC CanadaTekniScience offers bioreagents, bulk chemicals, nutrients for fermentation, and laboratory products.

TekniScience

2425, Edouard-Michelin, suite 200TekniScience offers bioreagents, bulk chemicals, nutrients for fermentation, and laboratory products.

TetraGenX

9622 TransCanada Montreal QC H4S 1V9 CanadaTetraGenX offers pharmaceutical development services, analytical services, technical services, and quality assurance.

The Clinical Trial Company

91, suite 203, 5th Avenue, Pincourt, J7V 5K8, Quebec, CanadaThe Clinical Trial Company offers clinical research services including project management, regulatory affairs, clinical and preclinical studies, and safety/efficacy studies with expertise in gene therapy, cardiology, hematology, dermatology, urology, oncology, endocrinology, immunology, respiratory, CNS, and ophthalmology.

Theorem Clinical Research

Trans Canada Highway Suite 750 Pointe Claire Quebec H9R 4S2 CanadaTheorem Clinical Research offers full service clinical research solutions including DM, biostatistics, programming including CDISC, PM, clinical operations, and regulatory affairs.

Thera-Plantes inc.

582 Orly Dorval (Montreal), Quebec , H9P 1E9 CanadaManufacturers have turned to Thera-Plantes as their partner in sourcing and supplying natural and botanical ingredients since 2007. Thera-Plantes’ promise to its customers remains the same: to source quality ingredients at a competitive price with an unparalleled level of service, attention and flexibility. From conventional to certified-organic ingredients, powders, extracts and liquids to oils, vitamins and enzymes, you can count on Thera-Plantes for quality, value and service. We understand that our clients have a host of issues to consider in the production process and, as a partner in our clients’ success, we take the stress out of sourcing ingredients. We love it when our customers consider us part of the team, working closely with R&D and marketing in order to stay ahead of the latest trends in the industry. And we believe, like our customers do, that product integrity comes first.

Thera-Plantes inc.

582 Orly Dorval (Montreal) Quebec H9P 1E9 CanadaManufacturers have turned to Thera-Plantes as their partner in sourcing and supplying natural and botanical ingredients since 2007. Thera-Plantes’ promise to its customers remains the same: to source quality ingredients at a competitive price with an unparalleled level of service, attention and flexibility. From conventional to certified-organic ingredients, powders, extracts and liquids to oils, vitamins and enzymes, you can count on Thera-Plantes for quality, value and service. We understand that our clients have a host of issues to consider in the production process and, as a partner in our clients’ success, we take the stress out of sourcing ingredients. We love it when our customers consider us part of the team, working closely with R&D and marketing in order to stay ahead of the latest trends in the industry. And we believe, like our customers do, that product integrity comes first.

Thorlabs, Inc.

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

TOP Gene Technologies

Montreal, QC CanadaTOP Gene Technologies offers gene synthesis, mutagenesis, cloning, protein expression, and cDNA library services.

Uman Pharma

100, de l'Industrie Boulevard Candiac, Québec J5R 1J1 CanadaUman Pharma offers sterile manufacturing of cytotoxic and high potency products in addition to oral solid formulation services.

Uman Pharma

Candiac, QC CanadaUman Pharma offers sterile manufacturing of cytotoxic and high potency products in addition to oral solid formulation services.

University of Montreal IRIC Center for Advanced Proteomics Analyses (CAPA)

IRIC-Pavillon Marcelle Coutu 2950 chemin Polytechnique bureau 2371 Montreal, QC, H3T 1J4 CanadaThe Center for Advanced Proteomics Analyses is a nationally-funded research and core facility equipment located at the Université de Montréal / Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer. CAPA builds upon multi-disciplinary expertise in protein chemistry, bioanalytical mass spectrometry and systems biology to provide a wide range of protein analyses to Canadian researchers. This technological platform has been in operation since 2005, and gradually expanded its proteomics services in response to increasing demands for trace-level protein identification and targeted analyses requiring advanced instrumentation and analytical approaches. The facility is under the direction of Drs. P. Thibault and M. Tyers who are assisted by a team of specialists in protein purification and separation, mass spectrometry, and bioinformatics. The facility is equipped with leading-edge mass spectrometry (MS) instrumentation with ancillary liquid chromatography (LC) and electrophoresis equipment. Different proteomics analyses are presently offered by the facility and include protein identification of gel-isolated samples , intact protein analyses, identification of protein modifications (e.g. phosphorylation, ubiquitin-like modifiers), peptides associated with major histocompatibility complex class I (MHC I) and quantitative proteomics analyses.

University of Montreal IRIC Center for Advanced Proteomics Analyses (CAPA)

IRIC-Pavillon Marcelle Coutu 2950 chemin Polytechnique bureau 2371 Montreal, QC, H3T 1J4 CanadaThe Center for Advanced Proteomics Analyses is a nationally-funded research and core facility equipment located at the Université de Montréal / Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer. CAPA builds upon multi-disciplinary expertise in protein chemistry, bioanalytical mass spectrometry and systems biology to provide a wide range of protein analyses to Canadian researchers. This technological platform has been in operation since 2005, and gradually expanded its proteomics services in response to increasing demands for trace-level protein identification and targeted analyses requiring advanced instrumentation and analytical approaches. The facility is under the direction of Drs. P. Thibault and M. Tyers who are assisted by a team of specialists in protein purification and separation, mass spectrometry, and bioinformatics. The facility is equipped with leading-edge mass spectrometry (MS) instrumentation with ancillary liquid chromatography (LC) and electrophoresis equipment. Different proteomics analyses are presently offered by the facility and include protein identification of gel-isolated samples , intact protein analyses, identification of protein modifications (e.g. phosphorylation, ubiquitin-like modifiers), peptides associated with major histocompatibility complex class I (MHC I) and quantitative proteomics analyses.

Univ. of Montreal IRIC Genomics Platform

Montreal, QC CanadaUniversity of Montreal Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer Genomics Platform offers sequencing, qPCR, and microarray services.

Walpole Pharma Consulting

379 Redfern Avenue, Suite 36 Westmount, Quebec H3Z 2G5 CanadaWalpole Pharma Consulting is an independent drug discovery consulting company specializing in Medicinal Chemistry and pre-clinical drug discovery and early development project leadership.

Warnex Analytical Systems

3885 Industriel Blvd. Laval, Quebec H7L 4S3 CanadaWarnex Analytical Systems provides bioanalytical, biochemical, microbiological, chemical, and pharmacogenetic services.

Yamamoto and Associates

1100 Boulevard Robert-Bourassa Montréal, QC, H3B 3A5 CanadaYamamoto and Associates offers consultation for hERG assay services. (1) General consultation (2) Outsourcing of GLP hERG study to a CRO (3) Facility inspection (4) SOP review and standard protocol and report review (5) Monitoring the study

YolaRx Consultants, Inc.

3550 Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges Suite 560 Montréal, QC, H3H 1V4 CanadaYOLARX is a consulting and research organization that provides expertise and research in real-world investigation of disease epidemiology, drug utilization, safety and effectiveness, risk management planning, including strategy, feasibility assessment, study design and conduct, data analysis and medical writing. Projects that we are involved in support the demonstration of product value to achieve patient access and/or regulatory approval. Our mission is to provide expertise and research of the highest methodological standards that evaluate the benefits and harms of medicines in the real-world, for a global client base. YOLARX Consultants consists of two entities: YOLARX Consultants INC, a Quebec registered company created in 2006, and YOLARX Consultants SARL in Paris, France (created in 2015). YOLARX is comprised of academic health researchers and of professionals with extensive experience in the conduct of real-world investigations, including natural history of diseases and unmet needs, non-interventional studies, post-authorization studies (PAS), and pharmacovigilance/risk management. With a global client base, YOLARX Team is international and is able to conduct research in a large number of local languages. YOLARX is featured in the ENCePP Database of Research Resources at the European Medicines Agency (EMA). Our service offering is divided into three pillars of activities: 1. Safety & Effectiveness Evaluation: Generating real-world evidence using administrative claims databases, electronic health records, registries and ad hoc data collection; synthesizing the evidence through systematic reviews and meta-analysis. 2. Therapeutic Risk Management: State-of-the-art studies including drug utilization studies, knowledge and understanding surveys, implementation of risk minimization interventions, as well as their effectiveness assessment. 3. Pharmacovigilance: From spontaneous reporting to data mining, active surveillance, case population studies, case series, and benefit-risk analysis, safety assessment strategy and methods. For additional information about our company and our services, please visit our website at: www.yolarx.com.

YolaRx Consultants, Inc.

Montreal, QC, H3W 1Y7 CanadaYOLARX is a consulting and research organization that provides expertise and research in real-world investigation of disease epidemiology, drug utilization, safety and effectiveness, risk management planning, including strategy, feasibility assessment, study design and conduct, data analysis and medical writing. Projects that we are involved in support the demonstration of product value to achieve patient access and/or regulatory approval. Our mission is to provide expertise and research of the highest methodological standards that evaluate the benefits and harms of medicines in the real-world, for a global client base. YOLARX Consultants consists of two entities: YOLARX Consultants INC, a Quebec registered company created in 2006, and YOLARX Consultants SARL in Paris, France (created in 2015). YOLARX is comprised of academic health researchers and of professionals with extensive experience in the conduct of real-world investigations, including natural history of diseases and unmet needs, non-interventional studies, post-authorization studies (PAS), and pharmacovigilance/risk management. With a global client base, YOLARX Team is international and is able to conduct research in a large number of local languages. YOLARX is featured in the ENCePP Database of Research Resources at the European Medicines Agency (EMA). Our service offering is divided into three pillars of activities: 1. Safety & Effectiveness Evaluation: Generating real-world evidence using administrative claims databases, electronic health records, registries and ad hoc data collection; synthesizing the evidence through systematic reviews and meta-analysis. 2. Therapeutic Risk Management: State-of-the-art studies including drug utilization studies, knowledge and understanding surveys, implementation of risk minimization interventions, as well as their effectiveness assessment. 3. Pharmacovigilance: From spontaneous reporting to data mining, active surveillance, case population studies, case series, and benefit-risk analysis, safety assessment strategy and methods. For additional information about our company and our services, please visit our website at: www.yolarx.com.

YolaRx Consultants, Inc.

4540 Circle Road Montreal, Quebec, H3W 1Y7 CanadaYOLARX is a consulting and research organization that provides expertise and research in real-world investigation of disease epidemiology, drug utilization, safety and effectiveness, risk management planning, including strategy, feasibility assessment, study design and conduct, data analysis and medical writing. Projects that we are involved in support the demonstration of product value to achieve patient access and/or regulatory approval. Our mission is to provide expertise and research of the highest methodological standards that evaluate the benefits and harms of medicines in the real-world, for a global client base. YOLARX Consultants consists of two entities: YOLARX Consultants INC, a Quebec registered company created in 2006, and YOLARX Consultants SARL in Paris, France (created in 2015). YOLARX is comprised of academic health researchers and of professionals with extensive experience in the conduct of real-world investigations, including natural history of diseases and unmet needs, non-interventional studies, post-authorization studies (PAS), and pharmacovigilance/risk management. With a global client base, YOLARX Team is international and is able to conduct research in a large number of local languages. YOLARX is featured in the ENCePP Database of Research Resources at the European Medicines Agency (EMA). Our service offering is divided into three pillars of activities: 1. Safety & Effectiveness Evaluation: Generating real-world evidence using administrative claims databases, electronic health records, registries and ad hoc data collection; synthesizing the evidence through systematic reviews and meta-analysis. 2. Therapeutic Risk Management: State-of-the-art studies including drug utilization studies, knowledge and understanding surveys, implementation of risk minimization interventions, as well as their effectiveness assessment. 3. Pharmacovigilance: From spontaneous reporting to data mining, active surveillance, case population studies, case series, and benefit-risk analysis, safety assessment strategy and methods. For additional information about our company and our services, please visit our website at: www.yolarx.com.