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Albuquerque Neuroscience

101 Hospital Loop NW Suite 209 Albuquerque, NM 87109 USAAlbuquerque Neuroscience offers clinical research services and conducts clinical trials in fields of psychiatry, pain management, and neuropsychiatry.

Alltech

451 CR 10 Clovis NM 88101Founded 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.

Alamogordo Primate Facility (Holloman Air Force Base)

P.O. Box 956 Alamogordo, NM 88330The Alamogordo Primate Facility (APF) is supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and serves as a research reserve facility for government supported chimpanzees. It is located on the Holloman Air Force Base in Alamogordo, NM. According to an agreement made between NIH and the U.S. Air Force, “no invasive research shall be conducted on chimpanzees currently held at the APF.”1 The few individuals used in active research must be transferred to other facilities. Since 2001, the chimpanzees at APF have been managed by Charles River Laboratories Inc. (CRL) under a NIH contract. APF is one of “five NIH-supported sites that house research chimpanzees.”2

Alamogordo Primate Facility (Holloman Air Force Base)

P.O. Box 956 Alamogordo, , NM , 88330 United StatesThe Alamogordo Primate Facility (APF) is supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and serves as a research reserve facility for government supported chimpanzees. It is located on the Holloman Air Force Base in Alamogordo, NM. According to an agreement made between NIH and the U.S. Air Force, “no invasive research shall be conducted on chimpanzees currently held at the APF.”1 The few individuals used in active research must be transferred to other facilities. Since 2001, the chimpanzees at APF have been managed by Charles River Laboratories Inc. (CRL) under a NIH contract. APF is one of “five NIH-supported sites that house research chimpanzees.”2

Albuquerque Clinical Trials

717 Encino Place NE Suite #24 Albuquerque, NM 87102 USAAlbuquerque Clinical Trials offers clinical research services.

Assoc. of Biomol. Resource Facilities

1201 Don Diego Avenue Santa Fe NM 87505 USAAssoc. of Biomol. Resource Facilities offers spectroscopy, bioinformatics, genetic services, protein expression, microscopy, and biological resources.

BIOTANG

11005 Spain Rd NE Albuquerque, NM 87111 USABIOTANG is a global full-line distributor of high quality biochemicals, reagents and disposable lab research products, and benchtop equipment for Life Sciences.

Biomedical Research Institute of New Mexico (BRINM)

1501 San Pedro SE (151-B) - Bldg 14 Albuquerque, NM 87108 About BRINM | Board Of Directors About BRINM BRINM's Mission Statement By supporting the VA research and education programs in Albuquerque, the Biomedical Research Institute of New Mexico's (BRINM) mission is to promote high quality scientific research and education improving healthcare, medical treatment and quality of life for our nation's veterans and, ultimately, the general public. BRINM's Guiding Principle BRINM exists to support VA investigators in making successful advances in medical diagnosis and treatment through research and education. Therefore, we are committed to providing quality administrative services. BRINM's Goals • To be the institution of choice for administration of research and education funding • To foster collaboration that will further the BRINM mission • To create a rewarding and challenging environment in which to conduct research • To educate the public about VA research BRINM is classified as a public nonprofit organization under the Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3). It is one of more than 80 similar nonprofit organizations associated with VA medical centers nationwide. Passed in 1988, Public Law 100-322, Section 204 authorizes the establishment at any Department of Veterans Affairs medical center of a nonprofit corporation to provide a flexible mechanism for the receipt and administration of research funds other than VA appropriations. The purpose of BRINM is to advance the research mission of the Department of Veterans Affairs through the support of research-related activities at the New Mexico VA Healthcare System (NMVAHS). Sources of funding may be grants, contracts, or gifts from for-profit companies, charitable foundations, the National Institutes of Health or other federal agencies, professional societies or other nonprofit entities, and individuals. Because the only statutory purpose of BRINM is to facilitate VA research, all funds received must be administered for purposes relating to VA approved research or to further research related education. The mandated members of the BRINM board of directors are the medical center's Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Medical Officer (CMO), the Associate Chief of Staff for Research (ACOS/R) and the Associate Chief of Staff for Education (ACOS/E). In addition, at least two members are required who are not officers or employees of the Federal Government, but are familiar with issues involving medical and scientific research. Also, the Chair of the Research Committee is a member of the board of directors. Currently, BRINM administers funding for over a 100 different VA approved research projects and employs more than 95 full-time and part-time individuals. Some projects are funded entirely through BRINM and for others BRINM administers supplemental funding. Although the majority of the research on these projects is conducted at the NMVAHS facility in Albuquerque, some of the work is carried out as cooperative studies at other locations. A few of the medical disciplines encompassed in these studies are audiology, cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, immunology, neurology, oncology, psychology, and psychiatry. BRINM has proven to be invaluable as a means for handling medical research funding. This mechanism has enabled investigators to conduct their research in an expeditious manner, free from much of the usual red tape. Because of this, BRINM has become a well-established institution with a growing number of active investigators and research projects. As the Institute's activities evolve, its mission has expanded to provide funding for research projects.

Daniel B. Stephens & Associates Soil Testing & Research Laboratory (DBS&A)

6020 Academy Road Northeast Albuquerque, NM, 87109 United StatesOur Vision DBS&A’s vision is to be a premier provider of professional services in hydrology, the geosciences, and environmental engineering and science. Our Mission We provide solutions to clients responsible for natural resources and the environment. We are committed to quality, integrity, and follow-through. Our Values We value integrity, fiscal responsibility, curiosity, creativity, safety, tenacity, respect, professionalism, and responsiveness.

Eastern New Mexico University Indoor Live Animal Center

1500 S Avenue K, Portales, NM 88130The indoor live animal center can house bovine, ovine or porcine. It consists of eight stock pens and a feed storage area. The Live Animal Center includes an animal surgery room (186 sq. ft.) and a secure pharmaceutical/anesthetic storage room (39 sq. ft.). Some other equipment within these laboratories includes: Fisher 307A low temperature incubator -20 freezer Two chest freezers Two refrigerators Ohaus Harvard trip Balance Satoruis Compentence Scale Ohaus Scale Fisher Accumet pH Meter Tuttnauer Autoclave Upright Compound Microscope Spectrophotometer

EcoPesticides International, Inc.

1155 University SE Albuquerque, NM 87106Call it a convergence of a big idea, advanced science, entrepreneurism and market need. We have the vision, technology, support, and the people to propel a new generation of environmentally friendly pesticides. Or just call it a group of concerned people who believe there’s a better way to protect the earth’s finite resources and ensure a safe, stable food supply and a healthy environment without toxic chemicals. In 2012, we created EcoPesticides International, Inc., as a New Mexico Startup Factory company that is today leveraging groundbreaking “green” pesticide technology developed at the University of New Mexico. Specifically, we’re focused on perfecting our biologically based pesticide technology platform with the intent of solving a broad spectrum of the world’s most challenging pest-related problems in an environmentally friendly way. We’re talking pests that destroy crops, invade water supplies and threaten homes. It’s a tall order. But we have the vision, technology, support, and the people to propel a new generation of environmentally friendly pesticides through the commercialization process and into global markets. Meet the people who are making it happen.

Eastern New Mexico University Cell Culture Laboratory

1500 S Avenue K, Portales, NM 88130The cell culture laboratory is designed for cell cultures, hormone assays, histology, RT-PCR, and other needs. In the laboratory for cell culture research is the following equipment: Inverted Microscope with compatible camera VWR Waterbath Water Jacket CO2 Incubator 5417R Centrifuge Allegra 6R Centrifuge Purifier Delta Series Biological Safety Cabinet VWR mini vortex Equipment for hormone assays and RT-PCR includes an Eppendorf Mastercycler and an Opsys MR Dynex Microplate reader. This laboratory also consists of the equipment for histology, including a Shandon Finesse 322 microtome.

Eastern New Mexico University Animal Reproduction and Nutrition Lab

1500 S Avenue K, Portales, NM 88130This ENMU research laboratory addresses the University's strategic goals by providing students with a learner-centered environment in which faculty provide research mentorship to undergraduate and graduate students for enhanced learning through research. The ENMU Animal Reproduction and Nutrition Research Laboratory is approximately 605 square feet and designed for cell cultures, hormone assays, histology, RT-PCR and other needs. The main objective of this laboratory is to produce well-educated and productive scientists that are critical thinkers that can solve complex problems and thus are ready to contribute in a positive way to society after graduation. In this regard, the faculty and scientists involved in this laboratory envision the active participation of undergraduate and graduate students in research to be a critical component of providing students with the highest quality education and experience necessary for successful professional careers.

Genzyme Genetics

2000 Vivigen Way Santa Fe, NM 87505Genzyme Genetics offers immunophenotyping, oncology testing, and reproductive testing services.

Gyrasol Technologies

Santa Fe, NM, USAGyrasol Technologies offers assay development services and bioassay kits.

Highlands Stable Isotopes

P.O. Box 541 Las Vegas, NM 87701 USAHighlands Stable Isotopes supplies and offers custom synthesis of carbon synthons.

Indica Labs

8700 Education Pl NW, Bldg. B Albuquerque, NM, 87114 United StatesIndica Labs is a leading provider of software and services for quantitative evaluation of pathology images to advance and support biomarker research, clinical biomarker studies, and clinical/diagnostic biomarkers. The digital pathology software solutions include HALO, HALO AI, HALO Link, and HALO AP. HALO is an industry-leading quantitative image analysis software platform for analyzing histology-based images. HALO AI is an advanced, artificial intelligence tissue classification and cell phenotyping tool which utilizes deep learning / convolutional neural network technologies. HALO Link is a collaborative, digital pathology study management system. HALO AP is a case-centric, anatomical pathology platform for supporting quantitative assays in clinical and diagnostic workflows. Indica Labs' Pharma Services group supports our customers discovery, translational, and clinical biomarker studies by providing end-end solution for quantitative analysis of biomarkers. Our growing list of customers include leading pharmaceutical, biotech, and healthcare organizations worldwide supporting different therapeutic areas including oncology, immuno-oncology, neuroscience, metabolism, and toxicological pathology.

Indica Labs

8700 Education Place Northwest Albuquerque, NM, 87114 United StatesIndica Labs is a leading provider of software and services for quantitative evaluation of pathology images to advance and support biomarker research, clinical biomarker studies, and clinical/diagnostic biomarkers. The digital pathology software solutions include HALO, HALO AI, HALO Link, and HALO AP. HALO is an industry-leading quantitative image analysis software platform for analyzing histology-based images. HALO AI is an advanced, artificial intelligence tissue classification and cell phenotyping tool which utilizes deep learning / convolutional neural network technologies. HALO Link is a collaborative, digital pathology study management system. HALO AP is a case-centric, anatomical pathology platform for supporting quantitative assays in clinical and diagnostic workflows. Indica Labs' Pharma Services group supports our customers discovery, translational, and clinical biomarker studies by providing end-end solution for quantitative analysis of biomarkers. Our growing list of customers include leading pharmaceutical, biotech, and healthcare organizations worldwide supporting different therapeutic areas including oncology, immuno-oncology, neuroscience, metabolism, and toxicological pathology.

Intellicyt

1730 Montano Road NW Suite B1 Alberquerque NM 87107 USAIntellicyt provides flow cytometry and high throughput screening.

Intellicyt

9620 San Mateo Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM, 87113 United StatesIntellicyt provides flow cytometry and high throughput screening.

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Bikini Atoll Rd., SM 30 Los Alamos, NM 87545Los Alamos's mission is to solve national security challenges through scientific excellence. For years, space scientists thought the empty region between the two Van Allen belts filled in only during only the most extreme, once-a-decade geomagnetic storms. New research shows that lower-energy electrons fill this space during almost all such storms. Image courtesy NASA Goddard/Duberstein

Magellan Laboratories

4272 Balloon Park Rd NEMagellan Laboratories offers stability testing, bioanalysis, microbiology, and compendial analysis services.

Molecular Pathology Laboratory Network

250 East Broadway AvenueMolecular Pathology Laboratory Network offers molecular diagnostic services in support of studies in oncology, infectious disease, and women's health.

New Mexico State University

Las Cruces, NM United StatesNew Mexico State University sits on a 900-acre campus and enrolls more than 15,000 students from 49 states and 89 foreign countries. NMSU is a NASA Space Grant College and is home to the very first Honors College in New Mexico. A Hispanic-serving institution, NMSU serves a multi-cultural population of students and community members across the state at five campuses, a satellite learning center in Albuquerque, cooperative extension offices located in each of New Mexico's 33 counties, and 12 agriculture research and science centers. Plus, distance education programs give students maximum flexibility. Our Honors College, the very first one established in New Mexico, offers qualified undergraduates the opportunity to further enrich a challenging academic program via rigorous classes taught by master teachers. NMSU is truly a reflection of the region's vibrant communities - an exciting place to tackle challenges, find answers to important issues and prepare for the future. For generations, our researchers have made important discoveries in agriculture, engineering, science and many other fields. Our Cooperative Extension Service discovers ways to help the state's residents meet the everyday challenges facing them.

New Mexico State University

Las Cruces, , NM United StatesNew Mexico State University sits on a 900-acre campus and enrolls more than 15,000 students from 49 states and 89 foreign countries. NMSU is a NASA Space Grant College and is home to the very first Honors College in New Mexico. A Hispanic-serving institution, NMSU serves a multi-cultural population of students and community members across the state at five campuses, a satellite learning center in Albuquerque, cooperative extension offices located in each of New Mexico's 33 counties, and 12 agriculture research and science centers. Plus, distance education programs give students maximum flexibility. Our Honors College, the very first one established in New Mexico, offers qualified undergraduates the opportunity to further enrich a challenging academic program via rigorous classes taught by master teachers. NMSU is truly a reflection of the region's vibrant communities - an exciting place to tackle challenges, find answers to important issues and prepare for the future. For generations, our researchers have made important discoveries in agriculture, engineering, science and many other fields. Our Cooperative Extension Service discovers ways to help the state's residents meet the everyday challenges facing them.

New Mexico Highlands University

1005 Diamond St, Las Vegas, NM 87701The university was first established as New Mexico Normal School in 1893, with the prominent archaeologist Edgar Lee Hewett serving as its first president. The institution became New Mexico Normal University in 1902, and then New Mexico Highlands University in 1941, as it expanded its role beyond teacher education. Today, NMHU offers graduate and undergraduate programs in arts and sciences, business, education, and social work. Located in Las Vegas, a city with a population of about 16,000, Highlands’ main campus is close to recreational and wilderness areas, and within an hour's drive of Santa Fe and 2 hours from Albuquerque. The majority of the school's approximately 3,765 students are from New Mexico and are Latino. Highlands’ programs focus on its multi-ethnic student body, especially the Latino and American Indian cultures distinctive of New Mexico.

New Mexico Highlands University

1005 Diamond St Las Vegas, , NM , 87701 United StatesThe university was first established as New Mexico Normal School in 1893, with the prominent archaeologist Edgar Lee Hewett serving as its first president. The institution became New Mexico Normal University in 1902, and then New Mexico Highlands University in 1941, as it expanded its role beyond teacher education. Today, NMHU offers graduate and undergraduate programs in arts and sciences, business, education, and social work. Located in Las Vegas, a city with a population of about 16,000, Highlands’ main campus is close to recreational and wilderness areas, and within an hour's drive of Santa Fe and 2 hours from Albuquerque. The majority of the school's approximately 3,765 students are from New Mexico and are Latino. Highlands’ programs focus on its multi-ethnic student body, especially the Latino and American Indian cultures distinctive of New Mexico.

New Mexico Veterans Affairs Health Care System

1501 San Pedro S.E., Albuquerque, NM 87108-5128The NMVAHCS is a leader in the provision of rural health care, opening its first VA-staffed community based outpatient clinic (CBOC) in Farmington, New Mexico, followed by clinics in Artesia, Gallup, Raton, Silver City, Rio Rancho and Santa Fe. In recent years, the NMVAHCS has contracted with Health Net Federal Services and Ben Archer Health Center to provide Veterans access to clinics throughout New Mexico and southwest Colorado.

New Mexico Veterans Affairs Health Care System

1501 San Pedro SE Albuquerque, NM, 87108 United StatesThe NMVAHCS is a leader in the provision of rural health care, opening its first VA-staffed community based outpatient clinic (CBOC) in Farmington, New Mexico, followed by clinics in Artesia, Gallup, Raton, Silver City, Rio Rancho and Santa Fe. In recent years, the NMVAHCS has contracted with Health Net Federal Services and Ben Archer Health Center to provide Veterans access to clinics throughout New Mexico and southwest Colorado.

National Center for Genome Resources

2935 Rodeo Park Drive EastNational Center for Genome Resources offers bioinformatics and sequencing services.

New Mexico Resonance (NMR)

New Mexico Resonance Suite C1, 2301 Yale Blvd SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106We rely on funding from government agencies, national laboratories, and universities with public research funding. We also do some work with industry. New Mexico Resonance is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation.

OsoBio

4401 Alexander Boulevard, NEOsoBio offers pharmaceutical products and manufacturing services.

PureInfo Discovery, Inc.

12031 Coral Dawn Rd Ne Albuquerque, , NM , 87122 United StatesPureinfo Discovery Inc is a small, new organization in the services industry located in Albuquerque, NM. It opened its doors in 2015 and now has $200,000 in yearly revenue and 1 employee.

Pacific Biosciences

1380 WillowPacific Biosciences offers third generation genome DNA sequencing services

Richmond Products

4400 Silver Ave. SERichmond Products, Inc. produces screening tests & accessories for ophthalmologists and optometrists

SynBioSci

446 Lindbergh AveSynBioSci offers custom peptide synthesis and manufacturing services.

Senior Scientific, LLC

800 Bradbury Dr SE # 213, Albuquerque, NM 87106 Search Home About Us Our Vision Management Partnerships Endorsements Grants and Awards Technology Media Contact Us Our Vision Senior Scientific is dedicated to providing tools to find and eliminate cancer. We have unequaled expertise in the physics of magnetic fields and nanotechnology and the medical application of these fields. Our focus is in the rapidly emerging field of nanobiotechnology with an emphasis on the early detection and localization of cancer and other human diseases. Our technologies also hold the promise of providing image-guided therapy for the treatment of these diseases, as well as providing new methods for therapeutic intervention. Our proprietary technologies and methods employ magnetic nanoparticles targeted towards cells associated with cancer and other diseases and provide the ability to detect these cells through highly sophisticated magnetic sensors. These methods have numerous preclinical and clinical applications. Preclinical research projects have focused on the early detection of breast cancer, ovarian cancer, leukemia, and Alzheimer's disease, and the non-invasive detection of transplant rejection.

Sandia Biotech, Inc.

609 Broadway Boulevard Northeast Albuquerque, NM, 87102 United StatesSandia Biotech, Inc. founded in 2004, specializes in providing fluorescent tools for life science research. Our split fluorescet protein products are useful for protein expression, quantification and visualization. In addition to protein products we distribute a line of G-PER agonists and antagonists and a fluorescent derivative. Our current emphasis is on a line of intrinsically fluorescent antibody analogues called FluorAbodies(R), which are stable assay-ready Fabs engineered and expressed with a fluorescent protein "backbone".

Sandia Biotech, Inc.

609 Broadway Boulevard Northeast Albuquerque, NM, 87102 United StatesSandia Biotech, Inc. founded in 2004, specializes in providing fluorescent tools for life science research. Our split fluorescet protein products are useful for protein expression, quantification and visualization. In addition to protein products we distribute a line of G-PER agonists and antagonists and a fluorescent derivative. Our current emphasis is on a line of intrinsically fluorescent antibody analogues called FluorAbodies(R), which are stable assay-ready Fabs engineered and expressed with a fluorescent protein "backbone".

Sandia Biotech, Inc.

609 Broadway Boulevard NE Albuquerque, NM, 87102 United StatesSandia Biotech, Inc. founded in 2004, specializes in providing fluorescent tools for life science research. Our split fluorescet protein products are useful for protein expression, quantification and visualization. In addition to protein products we distribute a line of G-PER agonists and antagonists and a fluorescent derivative. Our current emphasis is on a line of intrinsically fluorescent antibody analogues called FluorAbodies(R), which are stable assay-ready Fabs engineered and expressed with a fluorescent protein "backbone".

Sunset Molecular

1704 B Llano Street, Suite 140 Santa Fe NM 87505 USASunset Molecular offers ligand-protein databases and pharmacokinetic databases.

Sunset Molecular

215 East De Vargas Street Santa Fe, NM, 87501 United StatesSunset Molecular offers ligand-protein databases and pharmacokinetic databases.