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Asterand, A BioIVT Company

123 Frost Street Suite 115 Westbury, NY, 11590 United StatesWho We Are Asterand Bioscience is now part of BioIVT. The addition of ASTERAND (founded in 2000 as a human tissue bank) to the BioIVT family of brands, means BioIVT is uniquely positioned to provide a comprehensive approach to meet your biospecimen and related service needs. The companies combine to become the leader of high quality, well-characterized human tissue solutions to drug and diagnostic development scientists. As such, BioIVT continues to partner with you to provide human-based solutions to accelerate the validation of drug targets, enhance the selection of drug candidates with an increased likelihood of clinical success and support clinical diagnostic assay development and testing. With our expanded capabilities in human tissue procurement, characterization and research tools, our employees focus on providing the services and products that help you succeed. Our Products Our expanded capabilities provide you with solutions in human and animal biologics, from Normal to Diseased State, Biofluids to Tissues. BioIVT’s ASTERAND human tissues are procured through an unparalleled worldwide network of over 200 active collaborative donor institutions. Our biobank contains several hundred thousand specimens from a broad range of therapeutic areas and with many ethnicities. Our tissues provide high value to our clients because the quantity of material provided for each sample allows scientists to conduct multiple experiments using a single specimen. In addition, our renowned quality assurance procedures provide stringent controls on specimen collection and characterization and on the corresponding clinical data. As part of this process, we also independently confirm pathology and assess RNA integrity of our tissues. Our quality control results are provided to researchers before they make their purchases. This enables researchers to choose samples that will best meet their scientific requirements. Through our custom procurement service, human tissues and clinical data can also be custom collected to meet special requirements. Additional Information Human Tissue, Biofluid, Immune Cells and Primary Cells As the leading provider of high quality human tissue, biofluids, immune cells and primary cells with associated clinical information BioIVT’s human biospecimens are procured and quality controlled following rigorous criteria. We acquire biospecimens through different procurement means to best meet the supply demand of our customers through an IRB-approved process. Our bank includes material that is prospectively obtained in a variety of formats including fresh frozen and FFPE, as well as biofluids. We offer tissue sets collected as mirrored and/or matched pairs or as a quad set. In addition, we offer immortalized cell lines, primary cells, immune cells tissue microarrays as well as biospecimen services such as the creation of tissue derivatives. Custom Procurement of Human Tissue and Biofluid BioIVT offers human tissues and clinical data custom collected to meet unique research requirements within a wide range of disease categories. Samples are provided in multiple preserved formats or as fresh and unpreserved biospecimens. For biofluids, specific coagulants and processing can be performed for fit-for-purpose collection. As a result, we deliver human tissue, biofluid and accompanying clinical information that is most compatible with your experimental design. With our exceptional network we are able to offer tissue and biofluid custom collected in various formats across a broad therapeutic offering. Biospecimen Services Our laboratories provide a number of biospecimen services to better enable and accelerate the research of our customers. Our team of highly trained PhD scientists, Scientists, certified Histologists and Board Certified Clinical Pathologists offer a range of contract research and core services designed to serve your needs. Histology/Pathology Services Immunohistochemistry Mutation Screening Flow Cytometry Custom Tissue Microarrays (Frozen and FFPE Tissue, Cell Lines) Primary Cell Isolation and Culture Molecular Pathology Services ADME-Tox Services ADMET Hepatoxicity Metabolism Liver Disease Modeling Hepatobiliary Disposition Drug-Drug Interactions (DDI) Supporting Services Custom Tissue Microarrays Gene mutation analysis (including KRAS, EGFR, Her2) Primary cell isolation and culture

Albert Einstein College of Medicine YU In Vivo Imaging System Core

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY 10461The IVIS facility provides access to the the Caliper Life Sciences IVIS Spectrum in vivo imaging system that enables longitudinal three dimensional intravital imaging of animals or tissue expressing bioluminescent (e.g. Firefly luciferase) or far red fluorescent probes. Einstein investigators have used the system to follow tumor growth, tumor metastasis and progression of infectious diseases. The facility is housed within BSL2 animal space. Please note that investigators planning to use the facility for imaging of whole animals must have their experimental protocol approved by the Animal Institute prior to any experiments being conducted. Services In vivo imaging of small animals Bioluminescence imaging (luciferase) of whole animals Far red fluorescence imaging of whole animals

Albert Einstein College of Medicine Animal Behavior Core

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY, 10461 United StatesThe Animal Behavioral Evaluation Core, supported by the Dominick P. Purpura Department of Neuroscience and the Rose F. Kennedy Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center, provides expert staff and equipment for testing the behavior of mice and rats. These tests are broadly applicable to the study of heritable and developmental disorders of cognitive function, sensorimotor disorders, psychiatric and affective disorders, metabolic disorders, cancer, neuropathological and infectious diseases, aging and reproductive function.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine Animal Behavior Core

1300 Morris Park Avenue Belfer 313A Bronx, NY, 10461 United StatesThe Animal Behavioral Evaluation Core, supported by the Dominick P. Purpura Department of Neuroscience and the Rose F. Kennedy Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center, provides expert staff and equipment for testing the behavior of mice and rats. These tests are broadly applicable to the study of heritable and developmental disorders of cognitive function, sensorimotor disorders, psychiatric and affective disorders, metabolic disorders, cancer, neuropathological and infectious diseases, aging and reproductive function.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine Animal Behavior Core

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY 10461The Animal Behavioral Evaluation Core, supported by the Dominick P. Purpura Department of Neuroscience and the Rose F. Kennedy Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center, provides expert staff and equipment for testing the behavior of mice and rats. These tests are broadly applicable to the study of heritable and developmental disorders of cognitive function, sensorimotor disorders, psychiatric and affective disorders, metabolic disorders, cancer, neuropathological and infectious diseases, aging and reproductive function.

Applied Healthcare Resource Management

701 Ellicott Street Buffalo, NY, 14203 United StatesApplied Healthcare Research Management (AHRM) inc., is a full service CRO with a focus in Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR). With access to RWD based on existing relationships with providers in Western New York, AHRM can generate HEOR models consistent with ICER scoping documents or simulations models as a place holder for when RCT or RWD becomes available.

Analysis Group

10 Rockefeller Plaza 15th Floor New York, NY 10020Since 1981, Analysis Group has provided expertise in economics, finance, health care analytics, and strategy to top law firms, Fortune 500 companies, global health care corporations, and government agencies. Our work is grounded in a collaborative approach that allows us to effectively integrate the best ideas from leading academic and industry experts with our more than 600 professionals. As a result, our clients receive thoughtful, pragmatic solutions to their most challenging business and litigation problems. Through our work in thousands of cases across multiple industries, we have become one of the largest economics consulting firms in North America, with 11 offices in the United States, Canada, and China.

Ag Thera

Albany, NY United StatesAg Thera is a leading contract research and manufacturing organization, partnering with our clients to advance their vaccine and therapeutic development programs.

Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Pharmaceutical Research Institute

1 Discovery Drive, Suite 238 Rensselaer, New York 12144Founded in 2002, the Pharmaceutical Research Institute (PRI) at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is an independent, not-for-profit research and development institute. Under the direction of Shaker A. Mousa, Ph.D., formerly a senior researcher at DuPont Pharmaceuticals Co., PRI employs a three-pronged business development model. The components of that model are (1) Drug Discovery and Development, (2) Pharmaceutical Services, and (3) Education. PRI investigators possess expertise in fields that include nanotechnology, biotechnology, medicinal chemistry, analytical chemistry, molecular biology, pharmacology, and cell biology. Areas of focus include: Hematology/oncology Cardiovascular (dyslipidemia) Ophthalmology Vascular Neurobiology To further advance its efforts, the Institute collaborates with organizations throughout the world – a list that includes pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies as well as academic and research centers. As part of its mission, PRI is also engaged in teaching and learning. Pharmacy students, graduate students, and international scholars receive training at the Institute, with their research experience often leading to published articles in peer-reviewed journals.

Animal Identification and Marking Systems

252 Main Street Hornell, NY 14843Animal Identification and Marking Systems offers animal tattoo identification and marking services.

AptaMatrix

100 Intrepid Lane, Suite 1 Syracuse, NY 13205 USAAptaMatrix is focused on aptamer discovery and development of aptamer based sensing technologies.

American Museum of Natural History Division of Vertebrate Zoology Dept. of Herpetology

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The Department of Herpetology houses one of the most important collections of reptiles and amphibians, with particular strengths in the fauna of Mexico, Panama, much of South America, Africa, Madagascar, Pakistan, China, New Guinea, Australia, and the Pacific Islands. Moreover, the collection is the repository for the specimens of a number of historically important herpetologists, figures such as Prince Maximilian von Wied-Neuwied, E.D. Cope, E.R. Dunn, C.H. Pope, Al Schwartz, and Sherman Minton. Since its founding, the department has also been a major center for research in herpetology. Department staff and affiliated scientists have active collection-based research programs in the Americas, Africa, and Asia.

American Museum of Natural History Division of Vertebrate Zoology Dept. of Herpetology

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe Department of Herpetology houses one of the most important collections of reptiles and amphibians, with particular strengths in the fauna of Mexico, Panama, much of South America, Africa, Madagascar, Pakistan, China, New Guinea, Australia, and the Pacific Islands. Moreover, the collection is the repository for the specimens of a number of historically important herpetologists, figures such as Prince Maximilian von Wied-Neuwied, E.D. Cope, E.R. Dunn, C.H. Pope, Al Schwartz, and Sherman Minton. Since its founding, the department has also been a major center for research in herpetology. Department staff and affiliated scientists have active collection-based research programs in the Americas, Africa, and Asia.

AAIR Research Center

300 Meridian Centre - Suite 305 Rochester NY 14618Although we have been conducting research for over 25 years, we have been in our new location since 2005. We are conveniently located off a major highway and close to businesses, shopping, and living communities. The Center has 2,400 sq. ft. of dedicated space, including four exam rooms. We can perform onsite 8-12 hour studies, including studies requiring intravenous infusions. The center has the flexibility of being able to use a central IRB. Phlebotomy is done at the center. We have access to a local laboratory if needed. Our Center has a centrifuge, -20° freezer, adequate locked refrigeration space for refrigerated study medication, and climate controlled locked drug storage. We make our own dry ice for frozen lab specimen shipment. Our center has a KoKo spirometer, Burdick EKG machine, and stadiometer. We have a fiberoptic rhinolaryngoscopy for sinusitis studies requiring antral punctures and sinus cultures. We are an AAAAI approved aeroallergen pollen and mold center. The medical center we are in is near an ambulatory care center where endoscopic and special procedures are performed. The center has a large database that draws on the private practice and volunteers from previous studies. We conduct clinical trials under our site specific Standard Operating Procedures and Code of Ethics.

AAIR Research Center

300 Meridian Centre Blvd #305, Rochester, , NY, 14618 United StatesAlthough we have been conducting research for over 25 years, we have been in our new location since 2005. We are conveniently located off a major highway and close to businesses, shopping, and living communities. The Center has 2,400 sq. ft. of dedicated space, including four exam rooms. We can perform onsite 8-12 hour studies, including studies requiring intravenous infusions. The center has the flexibility of being able to use a central IRB. Phlebotomy is done at the center. We have access to a local laboratory if needed. Our Center has a centrifuge, -20° freezer, adequate locked refrigeration space for refrigerated study medication, and climate controlled locked drug storage. We make our own dry ice for frozen lab specimen shipment. Our center has a KoKo spirometer, Burdick EKG machine, and stadiometer. We have a fiberoptic rhinolaryngoscopy for sinusitis studies requiring antral punctures and sinus cultures. We are an AAAAI approved aeroallergen pollen and mold center. The medical center we are in is near an ambulatory care center where endoscopic and special procedures are performed. The center has a large database that draws on the private practice and volunteers from previous studies. We conduct clinical trials under our site specific Standard Operating Procedures and Code of Ethics.

Agno Pharma

752 56th Street 1st Floor Brooklyn, New York, 11220 United StatesAgno Pharma offers discovery support, process development, custom synthesis, APIS, manufacturing, and fine chemicals.

Albany Medical College Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology (MCP)

Albany, NY 12208Faculty laboratories provide diverse opportunities for performing research designed to elucidate the mechanisms of cardiovascular diseases such as: Vascular disease and atherosclerosis Hypertension Endothelial cell function and dysfunction Cardiac failure and myopathies Integrative research spans all aspects of experimental design ranging from animal models of cardiovascular disease to cellular and molecular mechanisms.

American Museum of Natural History Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The work of the American Museum of Natural History lies at the heart of many of science's most promising directions. Founded in 1869, the Museum's mission is to discover, interpret, and disseminate—through scientific research and education—knowledge about human cultures, the natural world, and the universe.

American Museum of Natural History Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe work of the American Museum of Natural History lies at the heart of many of science's most promising directions. Founded in 1869, the Museum's mission is to discover, interpret, and disseminate—through scientific research and education—knowledge about human cultures, the natural world, and the universe.

Alphabet Health

1177 6th Avenue New York, NY, 10036 United StatesScientific innovation and commitment to patients bring novel therapies to healthcare systems. Communications bring therapies to the patients who need them. At Alphabet Health, we are passionate about connecting healthcare decision makers and improving patient outcomes.

Ascenian

1798 Trellis Circle WEBSTER, NY, 14580 United StatesAscenian is a platform of 18 experts delivering decision planning solutions in evidence generation, optimal positioning of new treatments in budget, funding and care pathways, price negotiations and continuous value demonstration planning, to ensure access to affordable innovations for patients, carers and health systems. Ascenian operates in the US, Europe and Asia and covers Canada and Australia.

Ampersand Biosciences

6459 state Route 30 Lake Clear, New York, 12945 United StatesSpecializing in the development, manufacturing & validation of high quality immunoassays.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine YU Gene Modification Core

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY 10461 Overview The Gene Modification Facility is offering services for gene modification in cell lines and in conjunction with the Gene Targeting and Transgenic Mouse Facilities for the complete generation of gene targeted mouse lines including the generation of conventional gene knockouts, conditional knockouts, knock-in mutations and the generation of tagged proteins by conventional homologous recombination based gene targeting strategies or CRISPR (clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats)-mediated gene targeting strategies. CRISPR can shorten the time frame of gene targeted mouse production remarkably and the gene targeted mice can be generated as fast as 2-4 months. Services for each individual step involved in the generation of gene targeted mouse lines are also offered. Services Conventional homologous recombination based gene targeting services CRISPR/Cas-mediated gene targeting services

Albert Einstein College of Medicine YU Transgenic Mouse Core

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY 10461The Transgenic Mouse Facility trains and assists Einstein investigators in the production and characterization of transgenic mouse strains. The personnel have more than a decade of experience providing high-quality service with minimal waiting times. The facility offers a wide array of mouse embryo-based services for the college, including traditional pronuclear and lentiviral injections as well as consulting, construct design and screening strategies.

Abphina, LLC

10 Bank Street White Plains, NY, 10606 United StatesAbphina offers premier regulatory consulting, project management within the pharmaceutical and medical device industry. Abphina is a premier medical device risk management and post-market studies service provider.

Abphina, LLC

10 Bank Street Suite 560 White Plains, NY, 10606 United StatesAbphina offers premier regulatory consulting, project management within the pharmaceutical and medical device industry. Abphina is a premier medical device risk management and post-market studies service provider.

American Museum of Natural History CBC Biodiversity Informatics Facility

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The Center for Biodiversity and Conservation's Biodiversity Informatics Facility applies information technologies to collect, organize and analyze biological and environmental data from expeditions, remote sensing, natural history collections, modeling and databases. Biodiversity informatics is the application of information technologies to collect, organize and analyze biological and environmental data from natural history research collections, databases, fieldwork, remote sensing, and modeling. The field of biodiversity informatics has grown rapidly in recent years, largely due to the development of distributed databases of georeferenced collections, new GIS-based tools for analysis, and advances in remote sensing. The BIF aims to develop and apply biodiversity informatics methods and tools to provide new insights in conservation, ecology and evolution. Through research that applies cutting-edge spatial analysis technologies, we aim to discover new insights and develop new methods in ecology, evolution and conservation biology. Through training initiatives and the development and distribution of software and scripts, we aim to strengthen the capacity of students, educators, researchers, conservation practitioners, and the broader public to study and better understand biodiversity.

American Museum of Natural History CBC Biodiversity Informatics Facility

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe Center for Biodiversity and Conservation's Biodiversity Informatics Facility applies information technologies to collect, organize and analyze biological and environmental data from expeditions, remote sensing, natural history collections, modeling and databases. Biodiversity informatics is the application of information technologies to collect, organize and analyze biological and environmental data from natural history research collections, databases, fieldwork, remote sensing, and modeling. The field of biodiversity informatics has grown rapidly in recent years, largely due to the development of distributed databases of georeferenced collections, new GIS-based tools for analysis, and advances in remote sensing. The BIF aims to develop and apply biodiversity informatics methods and tools to provide new insights in conservation, ecology and evolution. Through research that applies cutting-edge spatial analysis technologies, we aim to discover new insights and develop new methods in ecology, evolution and conservation biology. Through training initiatives and the development and distribution of software and scripts, we aim to strengthen the capacity of students, educators, researchers, conservation practitioners, and the broader public to study and better understand biodiversity.

Apath

760 Parkside Avenue Suite 310 Brooklyn, NY 11226Apath provides vriology and viral genetics services, with a focus on HCV.

Apath

NY United StatesApath provides vriology and viral genetics services, with a focus on HCV.

Aceto

4 Tri Harbor Court Port Washington, New York 11050 USAAceto offers marketing, sales and distribution of pharmaceutical intermediates and active ingredients, finished dosage form generics, nutraceutical products, agricultural protection products and specialty chemicals.

Aceto

Port Washington, NY United StatesAceto offers marketing, sales and distribution of pharmaceutical intermediates and active ingredients, finished dosage form generics, nutraceutical products, agricultural protection products and specialty chemicals.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine Molecular Cytogenetics Core

1301 Morris Park Ave Molecular Cytogenetics Core Bronx, NY, 10461 United StatesThe Molecular Cytogenetics Core provides tools for the preparation of human and murine samples suitable for molecular genetics and cytogenetic analysis of the entire genome. These tools include the establishment of EBV transformed cell lines; isolation of DNA and RNA from a variety of tissue culture samples as well as primary biopsies; preparation of metaphase chromosomes suitable for fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and Spectral Karyotyping (SKY) or whole chromosome paints for human and mouse genome. The core personnel are trained to hybridize commercial probes and to designed locus specific probes for regions of interest to investigators. All the probes are custom designed and in house generated.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine Molecular Cytogenetics Core

1300 Morris Park Bronx, NY, 10461 United StatesThe Molecular Cytogenetics Core provides tools for the preparation of human and murine samples suitable for molecular genetics and cytogenetic analysis of the entire genome. These tools include the establishment of EBV transformed cell lines; isolation of DNA and RNA from a variety of tissue culture samples as well as primary biopsies; preparation of metaphase chromosomes suitable for fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and Spectral Karyotyping (SKY) or whole chromosome paints for human and mouse genome. The core personnel are trained to hybridize commercial probes and to designed locus specific probes for regions of interest to investigators. All the probes are custom designed and in house generated.

American Museum of Natural History Division of Vertebrate Zoology Dept. of Mammalogy

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192Founded in 1869, the AMNH mammal collections are among the oldest in the museum. Today, the Department of Mammalogy houses over 275,000 specimens, making it the third largest collection of recent mammals in the world. Taxonomic coverage is particularly broad (100% of the 26 mammalian orders; 96% of the 136 families; about 50% of the 1,135 genera and about 60% of the 4,629 species), and the collection contains over 1,200 name-bearing type specimens. The collections of marsupials, insectivores, bats, primates, rodents, carnivores, whales and ungulates are recognized as being among the best in the world. The scientific mission of the Department of Mammalogy is to describe the diversity of living and recently extinct mammals and to explore the mechanisms responsible for their evolution and extinction. In fulfillment of this objective, the department collects, archives and studies specimens of recent mammals and the data associated with those specimens. We aim always to provide the highest standards of curatorial care and to promote access to the collections by other scholars. The collections are visited by an average of 130 researchers every year, and the Department loans over 500 specimens a year to researchers around the globe. The Recent Mammals Collection, together with the remarkable collection of books, journals, and manuscripts of the Department Library and Archives provides scholars with outstanding resources for research in mammalian systematics, biodiversity and evolutionary biology.

American Museum of Natural History Division of Vertebrate Zoology Dept. of Mammalogy

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesFounded in 1869, the AMNH mammal collections are among the oldest in the museum. Today, the Department of Mammalogy houses over 275,000 specimens, making it the third largest collection of recent mammals in the world. Taxonomic coverage is particularly broad (100% of the 26 mammalian orders; 96% of the 136 families; about 50% of the 1,135 genera and about 60% of the 4,629 species), and the collection contains over 1,200 name-bearing type specimens. The collections of marsupials, insectivores, bats, primates, rodents, carnivores, whales and ungulates are recognized as being among the best in the world. The scientific mission of the Department of Mammalogy is to describe the diversity of living and recently extinct mammals and to explore the mechanisms responsible for their evolution and extinction. In fulfillment of this objective, the department collects, archives and studies specimens of recent mammals and the data associated with those specimens. We aim always to provide the highest standards of curatorial care and to promote access to the collections by other scholars. The collections are visited by an average of 130 researchers every year, and the Department loans over 500 specimens a year to researchers around the globe. The Recent Mammals Collection, together with the remarkable collection of books, journals, and manuscripts of the Department Library and Archives provides scholars with outstanding resources for research in mammalian systematics, biodiversity and evolutionary biology.

Acorda Therapeutics, Inc.

420 Saw Mill River Road, Ardsley, NY United States 10502Everything we do is aimed at improving the lives Of the millions of people with nervous system disorders who are in need of new therapeutic options. We never forget that these people may include our own family members or friends, and that these are not just diseases to be treated, but people who need help to make their lives, and those of their loved ones, better. In this section, you’ll meet some of the people at Acorda who are taking new approaches to developing medications that provide hope for people with nervous system disorders – and go beyond the walls of the company to improve lives. You’ll also find out how our partnerships and grant program are advancing research and education, and the process for submitting grant requests.

American Museum of Natural History Division of Vertebrate Zoology Dept. of Ornithology

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The Department of Ornithology maintains one of the largest collections of bird specimens in the world. The research collections of the Department number nearly one million specimens; these include skins, skeletons, alcoholic preparations, eggs, nests, and tissue samples for molecular biochemical studies. A large number of type specimens and rare or extinct species are also found in its collections. The specimens represent all continents and oceans and nearly 99 percent of all species. The Department has an ornithology library for research use and maintains laboratories for specimen preparation, skeletal and anatomical analyses and dissections, and a modern molecular laboratory for DNA sequencing (the Cullman Molecular Laboratory). Research interests include higher level phylogenetics of birds, studies of speciation and species status, and the description of patterns of geographic variation. These investigations are based on skin measurements, plumage color analysis, skeletal measurements and analyses, anatomical dissections, and molecular studies. Additional research involves biogeography of remote areas and life history studies of poorly known taxa. Staff members organize expeditions annually to areas throughout the world; recent expeditions include trips to Bolivia, Africa, and Vietnam.

American Museum of Natural History Division of Vertebrate Zoology Dept. of Ornithology

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe Department of Ornithology maintains one of the largest collections of bird specimens in the world. The research collections of the Department number nearly one million specimens; these include skins, skeletons, alcoholic preparations, eggs, nests, and tissue samples for molecular biochemical studies. A large number of type specimens and rare or extinct species are also found in its collections. The specimens represent all continents and oceans and nearly 99 percent of all species. The Department has an ornithology library for research use and maintains laboratories for specimen preparation, skeletal and anatomical analyses and dissections, and a modern molecular laboratory for DNA sequencing (the Cullman Molecular Laboratory). Research interests include higher level phylogenetics of birds, studies of speciation and species status, and the description of patterns of geographic variation. These investigations are based on skin measurements, plumage color analysis, skeletal measurements and analyses, anatomical dissections, and molecular studies. Additional research involves biogeography of remote areas and life history studies of poorly known taxa. Staff members organize expeditions annually to areas throughout the world; recent expeditions include trips to Bolivia, Africa, and Vietnam.

Antigenix America

P. O. Box 2666 Huntington Station, NY 11746 USAAntigenix America offers ELISA kits, recombinant cytokines, growth factors, antibodies, proteins, and reagents in addition to custom antibody conjugation and development services.

Analytics

85-14 108 th Street Richmond Hill NY 11418Analytics offers polymorph screening, NMR, and API services.

Applied BioPhysics

185 Jordan Road Troy, NY 12180 USAApplied BioPhysics (ABP) automates tissue culture research by measuring the impedance of mammalian cells cultured on small electrodes. We provide electric cell-substrate impedance sensing (ECIS) instruments, disposable cultureware and optional accessories designed to work with ECIS instruments.

Applied BioPhysics

Troy, NY United StatesApplied BioPhysics (ABP) automates tissue culture research by measuring the impedance of mammalian cells cultured on small electrodes. We provide electric cell-substrate impedance sensing (ECIS) instruments, disposable cultureware and optional accessories designed to work with ECIS instruments.

AMA Laboratories

216 Congers Road. Building 1, New City, N.Y. 10956AMA Laboratories is an Independent Commercial Cosmetic Testing Facility with over 25 years of experience, serving manufacturers and formulators of a wide variety of cosmetic, drug, medical device, automotive, and household products. Over the past years the team at AMA has expanded into photographic claims substantiation. Using state-of-the-art equipment, AMA produces the industry's finest before and after matched scientific photography. AMA is the premier facility for In-Vivo and In-Vitro SPF testing.

Accurate Chemical & Scientific Corporation

300 Shames Drive Westbury, NY 11590 USAAccurate Chemical & Scientific Corporation supplies antibodies, antigens, biocolor kits, cell separation media, and lap equipment.

Accurate Chemical & Scientific Corporation

Westbury, NY United StatesAccurate Chemical & Scientific Corporation supplies antibodies, antigens, biocolor kits, cell separation media, and lap equipment.

Albany Research Institute, Inc.

113 Holland Ave, Albany, NY 12208Albany Research Institute, Inc. (ARI), a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, is a not-for-profit research corporation, which was established to facilitate the conduct of approved medical, pharmacological, and allied health and related administrative research at the Stratton VA Medical Center. As indicative of the non-profit status the Internal Revenue Service has assigned the Albany Research Institute, Inc., Federal ID# 14-1716021. The ARI was incorporated in 1989 according to section 204 of the Public Law 100-322, which authorizes the Department of Veterans Affairs to establish private, non-profit organizations to serve as a flexible funding mechanisms in support of research at VA Medical Centers. ARI was organized to administer research and development funds from corporate sources, non-VA governmental agencies such as National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation, private foundations, and private gifts and donations. Funds received by ARI in support of research activities can be accepted only if the responsible investigator holds an appointment at the Stratton VA Medical Center. Funds managed by ARI remain under the direction of the investigators to whom the funds were awarded or donated, provided that the funds are expended according to the policies and procedures of the ARI. Funds received by ARI are subject to an administrative fee (currently 20%). Expenses incurred to support corporate obligations include, but are not limited to, accounting, banking and legal fees, supplies and administrative salaries. The Board of Directors includes the Stratton VA Medical Center Director, the Stratton VAMC Chief of Staff, the Stratton VAMC Associate Chief of Staff for Research, a vice-president, secretary/treasurer and three other research scientists from the community.

American Museum of Natural History The Science Computer Cluster Facility

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The Science Computer Cluster Facility is a major resource used to advance and support our research and educational initiatives. The science clusters are used by museum research scientists, postdoctoral fellows, graduate and undergraduate students whose work relies heavily on high-end capability computing in areas of biology, genomics, astrophysics, and anthropology. AMNH scientists are at the forefront of developing and utilizing cutting-edge approaches in computing paradigms to address problems of broad application in the biological and physical sciences. For instance, researchers in Invertebrate Zoology have developed and implemented phylogenetic algorithms that are used by scientists around the world. While those in Astrophysics, in collaborations with scientists world-wide, use high-resolution numerical simulation techniques to bring life to the Hayden Planetarium Space Shows. Further, as part of the core mission of the Museum, to educate, train and disseminate information, the clusters are leveraged to promote the significance of high-performance computing within today's society for science and engineering through our educational programs.

American Museum of Natural History The Science Computer Cluster Facility

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe Science Computer Cluster Facility is a major resource used to advance and support our research and educational initiatives. The science clusters are used by museum research scientists, postdoctoral fellows, graduate and undergraduate students whose work relies heavily on high-end capability computing in areas of biology, genomics, astrophysics, and anthropology. AMNH scientists are at the forefront of developing and utilizing cutting-edge approaches in computing paradigms to address problems of broad application in the biological and physical sciences. For instance, researchers in Invertebrate Zoology have developed and implemented phylogenetic algorithms that are used by scientists around the world. While those in Astrophysics, in collaborations with scientists world-wide, use high-resolution numerical simulation techniques to bring life to the Hayden Planetarium Space Shows. Further, as part of the core mission of the Museum, to educate, train and disseminate information, the clusters are leveraged to promote the significance of high-performance computing within today's society for science and engineering through our educational programs.

Associated Polymer Labs

3 Pheasant Walk Queensbury, NY 12804 USAAssociated Polymer Labs offers chromatography, composition and thermal analysis services.

AndroBioSys

Elm and Carlton Streets Buffalo, NY 14263 USAAndroBioSys offers its proprietary angiogenesis assay and develops diagnostic tests to detect the presence of circulating prostate cancer precursor cells.

AndroBioSys

Buffalo, NY United StatesAndroBioSys offers its proprietary angiogenesis assay and develops diagnostic tests to detect the presence of circulating prostate cancer precursor cells.

American Museum of Natural History Division of Invertebrate Zoology Fossil Insect Lab

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The staff in the Division of Invertebrate Zoology study and archive the living non-vertebrate animals, which make up 95% of all animal species. The Division houses more than 24 million specimens, which comprises about 500,000 species. Most of these specimens are terrestrial arthropods, but there are large collections of marine and freshwater invertebrates. Strengths of the collections reflect the research of current and past curators: Arachnids (especially spiders and scorpions), aculeate (sting-bearing) Hymenoptera (including bees, wasps and ants), gall wasps (Cynipoidea), certain Diptera (especially Drosophilidae, Syrphidae and Tachinidae), Hemiptera, Isoptera (termites) and their symbiotic protists, macro-Lepidoptera (particularly of the New World), rove beetles (Staphylinidae), the primitively wingless insects (bristletails and silverfish), marine Mollusca, and fossils in amber. Research centers around field exploration, the collections, and laboratory studies using morphology and DNA sequences to examine the evolutionary relationships of a spectrum of groups from species to phyla.

American Museum of Natural History Division of Invertebrate Zoology Fossil Insect Lab

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe staff in the Division of Invertebrate Zoology study and archive the living non-vertebrate animals, which make up 95% of all animal species. The Division houses more than 24 million specimens, which comprises about 500,000 species. Most of these specimens are terrestrial arthropods, but there are large collections of marine and freshwater invertebrates. Strengths of the collections reflect the research of current and past curators: Arachnids (especially spiders and scorpions), aculeate (sting-bearing) Hymenoptera (including bees, wasps and ants), gall wasps (Cynipoidea), certain Diptera (especially Drosophilidae, Syrphidae and Tachinidae), Hemiptera, Isoptera (termites) and their symbiotic protists, macro-Lepidoptera (particularly of the New World), rove beetles (Staphylinidae), the primitively wingless insects (bristletails and silverfish), marine Mollusca, and fossils in amber. Research centers around field exploration, the collections, and laboratory studies using morphology and DNA sequences to examine the evolutionary relationships of a spectrum of groups from species to phyla.

American Museum of Natural History Earth & Planetary Science Experimental Petrology Lab

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192Many geologic processes, such as the development of magmatic bodies, the formation of mineral deposits, or the metamorphism of rocks, cannot be observed directly because they occur in inaccessible regions of the earth. Experimental petrologists study these processes by replicating high temperature and pressure conditions in the laboratory. petlab2 Jim Webster makes adjustments to the furnace temperature settings on the IHPV. In our lab, we can simulate volcanic conditions with several furnaces that operate at atmospheric pressure. Also, with our three cold-seal hydrothermal pressure vessels and a single internally heated pressure vessel (IHPV) we generate the conditions under which many magmatic and metamorphic reactions occur in the crust. Cold-seal vessels attain a maximum temperature of 800 degrees C at a pressure roughly equivalent to that 7 kilometers below the Earth's surface. The IHPV is capable of operating at temperatures up to 1200 degrees C (2200 F) and pressures as great as that found at 22 km (15 miles) depth within the earth (i.e. 6.5 kilobars or roughly 95,000 psi).

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American Museum of Natural History Earth & Planetary Science FTIR Lab

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The FTIR Laboratory at AMNH is the focal point for vibrational spectroscopy studies of geologic materials in the New York metropolitan area. The centerpiece of the lab is a Nicolet Nexus 670 Fourier Transform Infra Red (FTIR) spectrometry system with an attached IR Plan microscope (micro-FTIR system). Besides absorption and reflectance FTIR, the instrument is equipped with micro-Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR) and micro-Grazing Angle FTIR attachments which allow measurements of sample surfaces down to a few mono-layers. The laboratory has also recently been used for polarization FTIR analysis; a powerful technique allowing for important insights into the structure of minerals.

American Museum of Natural History Earth & Planetary Science FTIR Lab

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe FTIR Laboratory at AMNH is the focal point for vibrational spectroscopy studies of geologic materials in the New York metropolitan area. The centerpiece of the lab is a Nicolet Nexus 670 Fourier Transform Infra Red (FTIR) spectrometry system with an attached IR Plan microscope (micro-FTIR system). Besides absorption and reflectance FTIR, the instrument is equipped with micro-Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR) and micro-Grazing Angle FTIR attachments which allow measurements of sample surfaces down to a few mono-layers. The laboratory has also recently been used for polarization FTIR analysis; a powerful technique allowing for important insights into the structure of minerals.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine YU MicroPET Core

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY 10461 Overview The MicroPET Facility, supported by The M. Donald Blaufox Laboratory for Molecular Imaging and NIH (1S10RR029545 ”MicroPET/SPECT/CT Animal Imaging Device”), and associated with the Gruss MRRC, is designed for pre-clinical investigations using MicroPET (positron emission tomography), SPECT (single photon emission tomography) and CT (computed tomography) examination of small animals to phenotype animal models using a wide variety of radiotracers. Facility staff can train investigators in the use of the tools of MicroPET and help design, implement and interpret all studies. The goal of the facility is to provide investigators with quantitative and high-impact preclinical images. The following grant must be acknowledged in papers submitted for publication and in abstracts for submission for conferences: NIH S10RR029545 “MicroPET/SPECT/CT Animal Imaging Device" which supported the purchase of the Inveon imaging scanner

Albert Einstein College of Medicine YU Mouse Cardiac Surgery and Physiology Core

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY 10461The Mouse Cardiac Surgery and Physiology Core supports Einstein investigators in delineating the impact of genes, drugs and metabolites on cardiac function. The core employs multiple approaches to analyze cardiovascular structure and function in wild-type and genetically manipulated mice. The technically experienced staff of the core performs the analyses and provides the data to the investigator. When possible, training is also offered. Contact core staff to determine the availability of new surgical and measurement services being developed.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine YU Gene Targeting Core

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY 10461Overview The Gene Targeting Facility is a centralized facility for the production of gene-targeted mice. The services provided by the facility allow researchers to modify the mouse genome through methods of gene targeting or BAC transgenesis in embryonic stem (ES) cells and to introduce these changes into the mouse genome by the generation of targeted ES cells and chimeric mice. The facility also works in conjunction with the Gene Modification Facility to generate knockout mice. Services Consultation on targeting vector construction, ES cell culture, ES cell screening methods, mouse genotyping and maintenance of gene targeted mice Chimera production Blastocyst injection 6-8 cell embryro injection for high-yield chimera production ES Cell Culture Service for 129Sv, B6 and 129V/B6 ES cell lines, including: Construct electroporation Isolation of targeted clones Preparation for blastocyst injection

Albert Einstein CoM/Montefiore Hospital Institute for Clinical and Translational Research

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY 10461The CTSA consortium, a group of medical research institutions working together to improve the way biomedical research is conducted across the country, is funded by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The consortium shares a common vision of accelerating discoveries and engaging communities in clinical and translational research efforts, and is focusing on the crucial step of training the next generation of investigators. To learn more about the CTSA consortium, please visit the NCATS home page. Our CTSA is embedded within the Harold and Muriel Block Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR).

Albert Einstein CoM/Montefiore Hospital Institute for Clinical and Translational Research

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, , NY , 10461 United StatesThe CTSA consortium, a group of medical research institutions working together to improve the way biomedical research is conducted across the country, is funded by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The consortium shares a common vision of accelerating discoveries and engaging communities in clinical and translational research efforts, and is focusing on the crucial step of training the next generation of investigators. To learn more about the CTSA consortium, please visit the NCATS home page. Our CTSA is embedded within the Harold and Muriel Block Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR).

American Museum of Natural History Microscopy and Imaging Facility

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe Microscopy and Imaging Facility (MIF) was established as an interdepartmental lab, with the purpose of aiding in the research of the Museum's scientific community. The mission of the MIF is to provide an interdepartmental facility that contains state-of-the-art imaging instruments and image analysis software that would otherwise be too expensive for individual departments to purchase and maintain. The MIF staff is trained to provide expert assistance in the use of all the equipment found in the lab. The MIF currently houses two scanning electron microscopes (SEM), each equipped with x-ray microanalysis detectors, as well as a confocal laser scanning microscope (CLSM), a transmission electron microscope (TEM), an x-ray computed tomography scanner (CT Scanner).

American Museum of Natural History Microscopy and Imaging Facility

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The Microscopy and Imaging Facility (MIF) was established as an interdepartmental lab, with the purpose of aiding in the research of the Museum's scientific community. The mission of the MIF is to provide an interdepartmental facility that contains state-of-the-art imaging instruments and image analysis software that would otherwise be too expensive for individual departments to purchase and maintain. The MIF staff is trained to provide expert assistance in the use of all the equipment found in the lab. The MIF currently houses two scanning electron microscopes (SEM), each equipped with x-ray microanalysis detectors, as well as a confocal laser scanning microscope (CLSM), a transmission electron microscope (TEM), an x-ray computed tomography scanner (CT Scanner).

American Museum of Natural History Division of Invertebrate Zoology

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The staff in the Division of Invertebrate Zoology study and archive the living non-vertebrate animals, which make up 95% of all animal species. The Division houses more than 24 million specimens, which comprises about 500,000 species. Most of these specimens are terrestrial arthropods, but there are large collections of marine and freshwater invertebrates. Strengths of the collections reflect the research of current and past curators: Arachnids (especially spiders and scorpions), aculeate (sting-bearing) Hymenoptera (including bees, wasps and ants), gall wasps (Cynipoidea), certain Diptera (especially Drosophilidae, Syrphidae and Tachinidae), Hemiptera, Isoptera (termites) and their symbiotic protists, macro-Lepidoptera (particularly of the New World), rove beetles (Staphylinidae), the primitively wingless insects (bristletails and silverfish), marine Mollusca, and fossils in amber. Research centers around field exploration, the collections, and laboratory studies using morphology and DNA sequences to examine the evolutionary relationships of a spectrum of groups from species to phyla.

American Museum of Natural History Division of Invertebrate Zoology

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe staff in the Division of Invertebrate Zoology study and archive the living non-vertebrate animals, which make up 95% of all animal species. The Division houses more than 24 million specimens, which comprises about 500,000 species. Most of these specimens are terrestrial arthropods, but there are large collections of marine and freshwater invertebrates. Strengths of the collections reflect the research of current and past curators: Arachnids (especially spiders and scorpions), aculeate (sting-bearing) Hymenoptera (including bees, wasps and ants), gall wasps (Cynipoidea), certain Diptera (especially Drosophilidae, Syrphidae and Tachinidae), Hemiptera, Isoptera (termites) and their symbiotic protists, macro-Lepidoptera (particularly of the New World), rove beetles (Staphylinidae), the primitively wingless insects (bristletails and silverfish), marine Mollusca, and fossils in amber. Research centers around field exploration, the collections, and laboratory studies using morphology and DNA sequences to examine the evolutionary relationships of a spectrum of groups from species to phyla.

Albany Medical College Department of Neuroscience and Experimental Therapeutics (DNET)

Albany Medical College (MC-136) 47 New Scotland Avenue Albany, NY 12208The Department of Neuroscience and Experimental Therapeutics (DNET) is composed of internationally recognized faculty scientists, whose research interests are focused on the nervous system. The department is well-regarded for its research programs aimed at understanding addiction, pain, epilepsy, behavior and more. Our mission is to facilitate and strengthen collaborations in neuroscience research, while providing a unique interface for interactions among clinical and basic scientists. Neuroscience is a large and diverse field that encompass physiology, anatomy, behavior, development, neural disorders and diseases, as well as pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. The techniques used to study these different research areas include analytical chemistry, biophysics, biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, electrophysiology, behavioral testing, and cell culture.

American Museum of Natural History Hayden Planetarium

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The Office of the Director of the Hayden Planetarium operates out of the Department of Astrophysics at the American Museum of Natural History. Our mission is to bring the frontier of astrophysical research to the public via exhibitry, books, public programs, and on-line resources. The Department of Education at the American Museum of Natural History continues this mission with programs for school children, families, and teachers.

American Museum of Natural History Hayden Planetarium

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe Office of the Director of the Hayden Planetarium operates out of the Department of Astrophysics at the American Museum of Natural History. Our mission is to bring the frontier of astrophysical research to the public via exhibitry, books, public programs, and on-line resources. The Department of Education at the American Museum of Natural History continues this mission with programs for school children, families, and teachers.

Advion BioSciences

15 Catherwood Road Ithaca New York 14850 USAAdvion provides bioanalytical capabilities, specializing in LC/MS and immunoassay services.

Advion BioSciences

Ithaca, NY United StatesAdvion provides bioanalytical capabilities, specializing in LC/MS and immunoassay services.

ACM Global Central Laboratory

Rochester, NY United StatesACM Global Central Laboratory supports clinical research studies and offers clinical project management, data management, and analytical testing services.

Albany Stratton Medical Center

113 Holland Avenue Albany, NY, 12208 United StatesWelcome to VA Health Care Upstate New York at Stratton VA Medical Center. Our staff is dedicated to working toward one purpose, making your stay at this VA as comfortable as possible. We welcome the opportunity to serve you. We will continue to make you our first priority. Deborah Spath, Interim Medical Center Director The Stratton VA Medical Center opened in 1951 and serves Veterans in 22 counties of upstate New York, western Massachusetts and Vermont. Primary Care The primary care program provides services at this facility as well as in 11 community-based outpatient clinics. Specialized Services The Stratton VA Medical Center provides specialized medical services such as: cardiac catheterization, cardiac rehabilitation, nuclear medicine, radiation oncology, stereotactic radiosurgery, hospice/palliative care, adult day health care, post-traumatic stress disorder, compensated work therapy, memory clinic, geriatric assessment, nursing home and respite care. Services for Women We offer a Women Veterans Health Program that addresses a variety of health care needs specific to women Veterans. Services include gynecology, bone density screening and on-site mammography. Lab and Radiology There is also extensive diagnostic laboratory medicine and radiology including computerized tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging.

Albany Medical College Department of Immunology & Microbial Disease (IMD)

47 New Scotland Avenue, MC-151 Albany, New York 12208-3479The Department of Immunology & Microbial Disease has an emphasis on infectious disease pathogenesis and protection. The emergence of new pathogens, the increasing development of drug resistance and the threat of bioterrorism have combined to create an increased demand for investigations into the mechanisms of disease and the body's ability to combat these diseases. Specialized areas within the Department of Immunology & Microbial Disease include immunology, microbial and viral pathogenesis, and molecular mechanisms responsible for human disease.

AMNH Natural Science Collections Conservation Lab

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192American institutions have a long history of collecting plant, animal and geological specimens to document the diversity of the planet. Today approximately 820 million zoological, botanical, geological, paleontological, and paleobotany specimens are held within science museums, archaeological repositories or scientific research collections. The Heritage Health Index, a 2005 survey of the state of our nation’s collection holding institutions found that over one quarter of these specimens are at immediate risk due to poor preservation conditions. This site is intended as an educational tool for museum professionals working to address these concerns. Information is divided into three sections with a general overview of conservation concerns for natural science collections, more specific information on challenges specific to different types of specimens, and a collection of useful and educational resources.

AMNH Natural Science Collections Conservation Lab

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesAmerican institutions have a long history of collecting plant, animal and geological specimens to document the diversity of the planet. Today approximately 820 million zoological, botanical, geological, paleontological, and paleobotany specimens are held within science museums, archaeological repositories or scientific research collections. The Heritage Health Index, a 2005 survey of the state of our nation’s collection holding institutions found that over one quarter of these specimens are at immediate risk due to poor preservation conditions. This site is intended as an educational tool for museum professionals working to address these concerns. Information is divided into three sections with a general overview of conservation concerns for natural science collections, more specific information on challenges specific to different types of specimens, and a collection of useful and educational resources.

Affina Biotechnologies

40 Sunshine Cottage Rd, Affina Bio Valhalla, New York, 10595 United StatesAffina Biotechnologies is a full service protein biochemistry CRO. It expresses and purifies proteins, develops and perfoms binding and activity assays, inhibitor screening and detailed characterization, and concentration measurements. Services are based on label-free (surface plasmon resonance), fluorescence (fluorescence, fluorescence polarization, FRET) and UV/vis/luminescence -based technologies.

Axella Research

2330 Eastchester Road Bronx, NY, 10469 United StatesAxella Research is a clinical research, development and venture company offering a unique research model for companies exploring options to further develop their technology for clinical applications and/or regulatory approval through mitigating the financial burden and navigating the regulatory environment. We serve as a strategic partner to assist in expediting clinical research utilizing our SMO/CRO services with both a traditional fee for service model as well as our innovative equity driven model.

Applied DNA Sciences

50 Health Sciences Drive Stony Brook, New York, 11790 United StatesApplied DNA Sciences’ technology allows very-large-scale production of DNA using PCR. Scaling via PCR enables gene-sized DNA sequences to be produced directly from synthetic genomics, produced with chemical modification via a workflow that is cost effective and far simpler than via bacterial cloning: to support gene therapy, vaccines, diagnostics, agriculture.

Apex Bio

Apex Biotechnology Corp. 7 Li-Hsin Rd. V, Hsinchu Science Park, Hsinchu Taiwan ROCApex Biotechnology Corp. provides biosensor-based Blood Monitoring Systems such as Blood Glucose, Blood Uric Acid, Blood Lactate, and Cholesterol.

American Museum of Natural History Earth & Planetary Science X-Ray Diffraction Lab

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The department houses a laboratory for study of minerals and crystalline substances using X-ray diffraction techniques. Because the wavelength of X-rays are similar to the spacing of atoms in crystals, X-rays are scattered by crystals in much the same way that a diffraction grating scatters light. Discrete angles and intensities of scattering correlate with the geometric pattern of atoms within a crystal. Examination of the pattern and intensities of scattering from a sample are used to interpret its crystal structure and to identify the mineral or crystalline compound constituting the sample.

American Museum of Natural History Earth & Planetary Science X-Ray Diffraction Lab

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe department houses a laboratory for study of minerals and crystalline substances using X-ray diffraction techniques. Because the wavelength of X-rays are similar to the spacing of atoms in crystals, X-rays are scattered by crystals in much the same way that a diffraction grating scatters light. Discrete angles and intensities of scattering correlate with the geometric pattern of atoms within a crystal. Examination of the pattern and intensities of scattering from a sample are used to interpret its crystal structure and to identify the mineral or crystalline compound constituting the sample.

American Regent

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Albert Einstein College of Medicine YU Gruss Magnetic Resonance Research Center

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY 10461 Overview The Gruss Magnetic Resonance Research Center (MRRC) is a multidisciplinary and multimodality (MRI and MicroPet/SPECT/CT) based research facility within Einstein that is dedicated for clinical and basic research. The center supports both human MR Imaging and Spectroscopy and animal MRI PET/SPECT and CT research, including structural, functional, physiological, molecular, spectroscopy and chemical shift imaging. The center is staffed by professionals with MRI and uPET technical, image analysis, clinical and technological expertise. The facility includes patient interview, preparation and recovery facilities and a full range of patient stimulus and monitoring technology.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine YU Animal Physiology Core

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY 10461Overview The Animal Physiology Core measures whole body and tissue-specific glucose sensitivity and insulin action using rodent models and analysis of whole body carbohydrate/fatty acid oxidation, energy expenditure, feeding behavior and locomotor activity using specialized metabolic and behavioral rodent cages. It performs specialized measurements of rodent adipose tissue distribution, metabolytes, and brain energy and glucose utilization. The facility staff provide instruction for investigators in designing and performing metabolic studies. Services In vivo assessment of energy balance, exercise, glucose/fatty acid metabolism, insulin secretion, insulin sensitivity and action by clamp technology Measurement of body fat composition/distribution, central nervous system energy and glucose utilization using a variety of noninvasive imaging modalities, including microCT and NMR Assessment of cardiac physiology in various experimental and therapeutic intervention models of diabetes and obesity Application of MRI and fMRI for metabolic analysis using the Einstein Gruss Magnetic Resonance Research Center (MRRC) and microPET through the Einstein MicroPET facility

Angion Biomedica Corporation

51 Charles Lindbergh Boulevard Uniondale, New York 11553Angion Biomedica is a clinical-stage organ restoration biopharmaceutical company focused on renal disease including acute kidney injury and chronic renal disease. We are pioneers in using rational drug design to target the body’s protective, reparative and regenerative system for therapeutic benefit. We believe these treatment objectives address significant unmet need in both orphan indications and large clinical landscapes. Our fully integrated multidisciplinary research and development facility is located in Uniondale, NY. This state-of-the-art facility accommodates rational drug discovery, development and clinical operations.

AJES LifeSciences

25 health sciences drive Stony Brook, pa, 11790 United StatesAJES LifeSciences is a Fast Growing Animal Research Laboratory based in Stony brook New York. AJES offers a wide range of in Vitro and In Vivo Research services including Efficacy, Toxicology and ADME/PK studies.

AMNH Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics Ambrose Monell Cryo Collection (AMCC)

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The mission of the Ambrose Monell Cryo Collection (AMCC) is to provide an accessible repository of frozen tissue specimens, collected and maintained under rigorously controlled conditions. In a time of massive species loss, such efforts are essential in order to preserve as comprehensive a record as possible of the earth's biodiversity.

AMNH Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics Ambrose Monell Cryo Collection (AMCC)

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe mission of the Ambrose Monell Cryo Collection (AMCC) is to provide an accessible repository of frozen tissue specimens, collected and maintained under rigorously controlled conditions. In a time of massive species loss, such efforts are essential in order to preserve as comprehensive a record as possible of the earth's biodiversity.

American Museum of Natural History Center for Biodiversity & Conservation (CBC-AMNH)

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The Center for Biodiversity and Conservation's mission is to mitigate critical threats to global biological and cultural diversity by: advancing scientific research in diverse ecosystems; strengthening the application of science to conservation practice and public policy; developing professional, institutional, and community capacity; and furthering the Museum's efforts to heighten public understanding and stewardship of biodiversity.

American Museum of Natural History Center for Biodiversity & Conservation (CBC-AMNH)

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe Center for Biodiversity and Conservation's mission is to mitigate critical threats to global biological and cultural diversity by: advancing scientific research in diverse ecosystems; strengthening the application of science to conservation practice and public policy; developing professional, institutional, and community capacity; and furthering the Museum's efforts to heighten public understanding and stewardship of biodiversity.

American Museum of Natural History Division of Vertebrate Zoology Dept. of Ichthyology

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The Department of Ichthyology represents one of four research departments within the Museum's Division of Vertebrate Zoology. The Department maintains one of the world’s largest and most rapidly growing ichthyological collections.

American Museum of Natural History Division of Vertebrate Zoology Dept. of Ichthyology

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe Department of Ichthyology represents one of four research departments within the Museum's Division of Vertebrate Zoology. The Department maintains one of the world’s largest and most rapidly growing ichthyological collections.

Associated Analytical Labs

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American Museum of Natural History Earth & Planetary Science Electron Microprobe Lab

Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192The electron microprobe facility at AMNH houses a 5-spectrometer Cameca SX-100 that was installed in July 1996. This probe can detect and analyze elements from B to U at concentrations as low as 0.01 weight percent. Stage movement has a resolution of 0.5 microns. The energy dispersive spectrometer system is a Princeton Gamma Tech IMIX. The laboratory is managed by Adrian Fiege. The electron microprobe laboratory is a joint facility shared between the Museum and Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.

American Museum of Natural History Earth & Planetary Science Electron Microprobe Lab

Central Park West New York, NY, 10024 United StatesThe electron microprobe facility at AMNH houses a 5-spectrometer Cameca SX-100 that was installed in July 1996. This probe can detect and analyze elements from B to U at concentrations as low as 0.01 weight percent. Stage movement has a resolution of 0.5 microns. The energy dispersive spectrometer system is a Princeton Gamma Tech IMIX. The laboratory is managed by Adrian Fiege. The electron microprobe laboratory is a joint facility shared between the Museum and Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.

ADD Testing & Research, Inc.

19 Addison Place Valley Stream, NY 11580We opened our doors in 1987 and have since being providing services in the food service sector in the food industry.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine Analytical Imaging Facility

1300 Morris Park Avenue Analytical Imaging Facility Bronx, NY, 10583 United StatesThe Albert Einstein College of Medicine Analytical Imaging Facility (AIF) provides a comprehensive light and electron microscope imaging facility dedicated to offering current methods in modern imaging to biomedical scientists with all levels of expertise. The AIF staff has been cross-trained to seamlessly support visual analysis using techniques ranging from fluorescence light microscope imaging in 3D to high-resolution electron microscopy. This integrated approach facilitates the efficient and appropriate complementary application of these methods for investigators.

Alfa Chemistry

Smithtown Avenue Ronkonkoma, NY, 11779 United StatesAs a global Contract Research Organization (CRO), headquartered in New York, USA, Alfa Chemistry has served the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries for years. Today, Alfa Chemistry is specialized in organic chemistry, material chemistry, and medicinal chemistry. Alfa Chemistry offers an extensive catalog of building blocks, reagents, catalysts, reference materials, and research chemicals in a wide range of applications. We also provide analytical services and laboratory services to our customers. Products listed on our website are either in stock or can be resynthesized within a reasonable time frame. In stock products can be shipped out within 3-5 business days upon receipt of customers' purchase order. You may search for our products through the search bar on our website.

Alfa Chemistry

1360 Stony Brook Rd., Stony Brook, NY 11790, USAAs a global Contract Research Organization (CRO), headquartered in New York, USA, Alfa Chemistry has served the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries for years. Today, Alfa Chemistry is specialized in organic chemistry, material chemistry, and medicinal chemistry. Alfa Chemistry offers an extensive catalog of building blocks, reagents, catalysts, reference materials, and research chemicals in a wide range of applications. We also provide analytical services and laboratory services to our customers. Products listed on our website are either in stock or can be resynthesized within a reasonable time frame. In stock products can be shipped out within 3-5 business days upon receipt of customers' purchase order. You may search for our products through the search bar on our website.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine YU Zebrafish Core

1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY 10461 Overview Zebrafish is a powerful system for studies of embryogenesis and to investigate mechanisms underlying human diseases. The zebrafish is particularly well suited to study complex and acquired diseases and to identify new disease genes owing to its genetic tractability, transparency of the organism, and the ease of conducting chemical screens to identify diagnostic and potential therapeutic targets. Moreover, the high degree of genetic conservation renders translation between fish and mammals a possibility. For example, this model system can be used to validate and characterize genome-wide association study (GWAS) candidates through gain of function and loss of function approaches. For loss of function analysis the candidate, the gene of interest can be transiently knocked down or stable mutant alleles can be generated through reverse genetic mutagenesis approaches. The phenotypes produced by the normal and mutant versions can provide an indication of the gene’s function in development and disease. The Einstein Zebrafish Core was established to facilitate this type of analysis.

Bionique Testing Laboratories

156 Fay Brook Drive Saranac Lake, NY, 12983 United StatesFor over 30 years, Bionique Testing Laboratories has been a trusted partner and global leader of Mycoplasma Testing Services for the life science industry. We offer the full breadth of GMP services from the Lot & Final Drug Product Release Testing according to USP <63>, FDA PTC & EP 2.6.7. to Real-Time PCR assays. Our service portfolio and depth of expertise enables us to support our clients’ needs from concept through clinical trials to commercialization for biopharmaceutical and cell therapy products. Our capabilities extend to successful method development and validation inclusive of rapid microbiological methods to generate real time results. Bionique stands ready to provide the highest quality of mycoplasma testing services to ensure the integrity and biosafety of your therapeutic products. Mycoplasma Testing Solutions for: • Cell and Gene Therapy Products • Clinical Trial Materials • Biopharmaceuticals • Master and Working Cell Banks • Raw Materials • Vaccines cGMP compliant, FDA-registered facility

Buffalo BioLabs

73 High St. United States Buffalo, NY, 14203 United StatesBuffalo BioLabs, LLC. (BBL) is a preclinical CRO offering affordable research services as personalized intelligent solutions. We have minimized the administrative burdens that limit flexibility in some larger organizations and have oriented our operations toward maximizing customer convenience. One on one interactions with your PhD-level Project Director will provide assistance with project planning and study design for a personalized experience. They will be available throughout the process to answer questions, provide guidance, and give frequent study updates so you always know where your project stands. We are quick to schedule, quick to execute, and quick to provide results! Buffalo BioLabs offer services in the research areas of Drug Discovery, Safety, In Vivo Research, and Immunotherapy. Our specialized experience is concentrated in the fields of oncology, age-related diseases, radiation pathologies, immunological disorders and infectious diseases. Visit our website at www.BuffaloBioLabs.com for a complete list of services.

Bio Basic

4160 Bailey Avenue United States Amherst, New York, 14226 United StatesAt Bio Basic we believe laboratory services and consumables can, and should, be affordable. We directly manufacture genes, oligonucleotides, extraction kits, PCR reagents and many more research essentials while offering the most affordable rates in the industry, without compromising their quality. The advancement of scientific research involves a long and arduous journey through many stages. It is our belief that supporting the initial stage of scientific research, or basic research, is essential to the success of that process. Basic scientific research suffers the most when the costs of scientific goods and services rise and that is why it is our mission to be facilitators of basic scientific research. Supporting basic research now enables the success of applied research in the future.

BioLASCO Taiwan Co., Ltd. (Yi-Lan Breeding Center)

3F., 316 Chong-yang Rd., Taipei 115, Taiwan, R.O.C.BioLASCO Taiwan is a technology licensee of Charles River to produce the international standardized SPF Laboratory rats and mice in Taiwan. Up to date, there are 16 strains of laboratory rats and mice, including outbreed stocks, inbreed strains, and immunedeficient models have been breeding. BioLASCO Yi-Lan Breeding Center which nuclear breeders were introduced from the IGS foundation colonies of Charles River. BioLASCO is applying the most advance technology and the well –designed facility to monitor and maintain the animal genetic, microbiological, environmental, and growth/ physiological traits to ensure animal quality to meet the international standards. In 2007, BioLASCO Taiwan Yi-Lan Breeding center has been awarded the Full Accreditation of AAALAC International, as the first one commercial laboratory animal breeding facility which is accredited by AAALAC International in Asia.

Blue Beverage Group

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Bioresearch Monitors

201 Markham Hollow Road, Tully, NY 13159Bioresearch Monitors offers drug services, labeling, clinical services, and regulatory affairs.

Bioresearch Monitors

Tully, NY, 13159 United StatesBioresearch Monitors offers drug services, labeling, clinical services, and regulatory affairs.

BioIVT

123 Frost Street Street Address 2 Westbury, NY, 11590 United StatesBioIVT, formerly BioreclamationIVT, is a leading global provider of high-quality biological specimens and value-added services. We specialize in control and disease state samples including human and animal tissues, cell products, blood and other biofluids. Our unmatched portfolio of clinical specimens directly supports precision medicine research and the effort to improve patient outcomes by coupling comprehensive clinical data with donor samples. And as the world’s premier supplier of ADME-toxicology model systems, including hepatocytes and subcellular fractions, BioIVT enables scientists to better understand the pharmacokinetics and drug metabolism of newly discovered compounds and the effects on disease processes. By combining our technical expertise, exceptional customer service, and unparalleled access to biological specimens, BioIVT serves the research community as a trusted partner in ELEVATING SCIENCE. For more information about our processes on the regulatory oversight of Human Biological Specimens (HBS), please visit our website, www.bioivt.com, for more information. Specific information related to our quality and ethical assurances can be found here: https://www.bioivt.com/about/quality-assurance/.

BioIVT

PO Box 770 Hicksville, New York, 11802 United StatesBioIVT, formerly BioreclamationIVT, is a leading global provider of high-quality biological specimens and value-added services. We specialize in control and disease state samples including human and animal tissues, cell products, blood and other biofluids. Our unmatched portfolio of clinical specimens directly supports precision medicine research and the effort to improve patient outcomes by coupling comprehensive clinical data with donor samples. And as the world’s premier supplier of ADME-toxicology model systems, including hepatocytes and subcellular fractions, BioIVT enables scientists to better understand the pharmacokinetics and drug metabolism of newly discovered compounds and the effects on disease processes. By combining our technical expertise, exceptional customer service, and unparalleled access to biological specimens, BioIVT serves the research community as a trusted partner in ELEVATING SCIENCE. For more information about our processes on the regulatory oversight of Human Biological Specimens (HBS), please visit our website, www.bioivt.com, for more information. Specific information related to our quality and ethical assurances can be found here: https://www.bioivt.com/about/quality-assurance/.

BioRun SARL

575 Madison Avenue New York NY 10022BioRun SARL offers bacteriology, virology, immunology, cellular therapy, and bioinformatics.

Bactolac Pharmaceutical

7 Oser Avenue Hauppauge, NY 11788-3808 USABactolac Pharmaceutical specializes in supplement and vitamin manufacturing.

Biotrax Testing Laboratory, Inc.

3580 Harlem Road, Suite 2 Cheektowaga NY 14215Biotrax has been ensuring the safety of foods since 1997. Focused mainly on Microbiology and related sciences, we have built our reputation as a leader in Food Safety microbiology, and environmental testing. Biotrax Testing Laboratory Inc is committed to Excellence. Our professional standards are evident in everything we do. Our customers receive the highest level of customer service available in the industry! Founded in 1997, our mission has been to provide quality accurate results with the fastest turn-around time available.

Bulldog Bio

4515 Culver Road Suite #307 Rochester, NY 14622Bulldog Bio offers PCR and antibody reagent products.

Burke Medical Research Institute

785 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, New York 10605Burke Medical Research Institute (BMRI) is a nonprofit leading scientific research institute devoted to advancing the study of neurological diseases and injuries, pioneering novel rehabilitation therapies and developing innovative clinical programs and clinics. Based at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital and working synergistically with its academic affiliate Weill Cornell Medical College, BMRI is comprised of several neurological disease, injury and functional recovery focused research laboratories. Cutting-Edge Research Since its inception, the breadth and depth of research studied at Burke has dramatically expanded from neurological disabilities induce by stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and Alzheimer’s disease to pain, cognitive, motor and vision recovery. Cutting-edge research studies and clinical trials and programs conducted at Burke Medical Research Institute are providing a new frontier for forthcoming neurological disease and injury treatments and state-of-the-art rehabilitation therapies. BMRI aims to empower Burke Rehabilitation Hospital to deliver the best rehabilitation strategies for today and hereafter, as well as to improve the quality of life and well-being of the acutely and chronically disabled beyond Burke.

Burke Medical Research Institute

785 Mamaroneck Avenue White Plains, NY, 10605 United StatesBurke Medical Research Institute (BMRI) is a nonprofit leading scientific research institute devoted to advancing the study of neurological diseases and injuries, pioneering novel rehabilitation therapies and developing innovative clinical programs and clinics. Based at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital and working synergistically with its academic affiliate Weill Cornell Medical College, BMRI is comprised of several neurological disease, injury and functional recovery focused research laboratories. Cutting-Edge Research Since its inception, the breadth and depth of research studied at Burke has dramatically expanded from neurological disabilities induce by stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and Alzheimer’s disease to pain, cognitive, motor and vision recovery. Cutting-edge research studies and clinical trials and programs conducted at Burke Medical Research Institute are providing a new frontier for forthcoming neurological disease and injury treatments and state-of-the-art rehabilitation therapies. BMRI aims to empower Burke Rehabilitation Hospital to deliver the best rehabilitation strategies for today and hereafter, as well as to improve the quality of life and well-being of the acutely and chronically disabled beyond Burke.

Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research

Tower Road Ithaca, NY 14853-1801 USABoyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research offers plant cell imaging, plant growth, and plant species transformation services.

Burke Medical Research Institute Spinal Cord Injury Core

785 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, New York 10605Spinal Cord Injury Core Spinal Cord Injury Core (SCI Core) at Burke Medical Research Institute (BMRI) offers expertise on conducting spinal cord injury experiments and a facility with advanced equipment for scientific preclinical surgical and behavioral studies. BMRI researches may request SCI Core expertise and/or use of the facility and equipment to conduct research studies. Preclinical Surgical and Behavioral Suites SCI Core consists of a surgical suite (300 sq ft) and behavioral testing suite (120 sq ft) designed and built for preclinical spinal cord injury modeling and outfitted with all the necessary equipment for generating experimental SCI models.

Burke Medical Research Institute Spinal Cord Injury Core

785 Mamaroneck Avenue White Plains, NY, 10605 United StatesSpinal Cord Injury Core Spinal Cord Injury Core (SCI Core) at Burke Medical Research Institute (BMRI) offers expertise on conducting spinal cord injury experiments and a facility with advanced equipment for scientific preclinical surgical and behavioral studies. BMRI researches may request SCI Core expertise and/or use of the facility and equipment to conduct research studies. Preclinical Surgical and Behavioral Suites SCI Core consists of a surgical suite (300 sq ft) and behavioral testing suite (120 sq ft) designed and built for preclinical spinal cord injury modeling and outfitted with all the necessary equipment for generating experimental SCI models.

Blenheim Pharmacal

119 Creamery Road North Blenheim, NY USABlenheim Pharmacal (BPI) specializes in pharmaceutical packaging and repackaging of all prescription legend drugs, antibiotics and controlled substances.

Buffalo General Medical Center (Kaleida Health)

100 High Street Buffalo, NY , 14203 United StatesBuffalo General Medical Center is proud to be part of the Kaleida Health system and a major teaching affiliate of the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. As a 457-bed acute care medical center located on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus in downtown Buffalo, NY, Buffalo General provides the latest treatment options, technology and expert physicians.

Burke Medical Research Institute Restorative Neurology Clinic

785 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, New York 10605In 2013, the Restorative Neurology Clinic at Burke Medical Research Institute established a self-pay clinic to offer breakthrough state-of-the-art robotic neurorehabilitation therapies for individuals who are recovering from stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, other neurological conditions. The clinic was launched based on many years of clinical research conducted at Burke Medical Research Institute that has investigated exoskeletal robotics to assist in neurorehabilitation pioneered by Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Utilizing robotic assisted therapy has been proven to lead to significant and meaningful improvements in motor function for individuals who have had a neurological condition.

Burke Medical Research Institute Restorative Neurology Clinic

785 Mamaroneck Avenue White Plains, NY, 10605 United StatesIn 2013, the Restorative Neurology Clinic at Burke Medical Research Institute established a self-pay clinic to offer breakthrough state-of-the-art robotic neurorehabilitation therapies for individuals who are recovering from stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, other neurological conditions. The clinic was launched based on many years of clinical research conducted at Burke Medical Research Institute that has investigated exoskeletal robotics to assist in neurorehabilitation pioneered by Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Utilizing robotic assisted therapy has been proven to lead to significant and meaningful improvements in motor function for individuals who have had a neurological condition.

Burke Medical Research Institute Burke-Blythedale Hemiplegia Center

785 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, New York 10605The Burke-Blythedale Hemiplegia Center is a multidisciplinary center where children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy can receive expert medical care and participate in state-of-the-art rehabilitation research.

Burke Medical Research Institute Burke-Blythedale Hemiplegia Center

785 Mamaroneck Avenue White Plains, NY, 10605 United StatesThe Burke-Blythedale Hemiplegia Center is a multidisciplinary center where children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy can receive expert medical care and participate in state-of-the-art rehabilitation research.

Brookhaven National Lab

P.O. Box 5000 Upton, NY 11973-5000 USABrookhaven National Lab offers molecular genetics, structural biology, genomics, enzymology, DNA damage recognition and repair research, gene expression, X-ray crystallography, and scanning transmission electron microscopy services.

Brookhaven Instruments

Holtsville, NY, USABrookhaven Instruments offers analyzers for molecular weight, particle size, zeta potential, and laser light scattering instruments.

Beena Consulting

125 Maywood Avenue Rochester, NY 14618 USABeena Consulting offers consulting in ophthalmic model development, assay development, and efficacy testing services.

BioWorks

100 Rawson Rd. Ste. 205 Victor, NY 14564At BioWorks, we believe that how you grow is just as important as what you grow. That’s why we are passionate about bringing growers environmentally responsible solutions for controlling insects and plant diseases. Our innovative family of products combines the environmental responsibility that you strive for with the cost-effectiveness and efficacy that you depend on.

Burke Medical Research Institute Early Brain Recovery Clinic

785 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, New York 10605Mission To restore neurological function in children who sustain injury to the developing nervous system by accelerating the incorporation of new neurorehabilitation treatments into clinical practice. Strategy In recent years, our understanding of brain plasticity has grown substantially. Work at the Burke Medical Research Institute demonstrates how the developing brain responds to injury and how preserved brain regions take over functions of injured ones. We have also developed procedures to stimulate neural plasticity and improve function in brain-injured animals. The goal of our recovery program is to translate these insights into therapies for children with chronic brain injury. The strategy of the program is to use patterned neural activity—a fundamental determinant of brain plasticity—to improve the function of the damaged brain. First, we will identify brain connections spared by injury, and then improve the function of those connections using either high-intensity training alone or in combination with electrical brain stimulation. The benefits of this approach have been substantiated in animal studies and preliminary clinical trials. In addition, this approach is practical, safe, and well-tolerated by patients. Laboratory The Early Brain Injury Recovery Clinic consists of two basic science laboratories that study activity-based therapies for brain repair and one clinical laboratory to study these therapies in children. The labs are linked by two common themes: response of the young brain to injury, and repair of the injured brain using activity.

Burke Medical Research Institute Early Brain Recovery Clinic

785 Mamaroneck Avenue White Plains, NY, 10605 United StatesMission To restore neurological function in children who sustain injury to the developing nervous system by accelerating the incorporation of new neurorehabilitation treatments into clinical practice. Strategy In recent years, our understanding of brain plasticity has grown substantially. Work at the Burke Medical Research Institute demonstrates how the developing brain responds to injury and how preserved brain regions take over functions of injured ones. We have also developed procedures to stimulate neural plasticity and improve function in brain-injured animals. The goal of our recovery program is to translate these insights into therapies for children with chronic brain injury. The strategy of the program is to use patterned neural activity—a fundamental determinant of brain plasticity—to improve the function of the damaged brain. First, we will identify brain connections spared by injury, and then improve the function of those connections using either high-intensity training alone or in combination with electrical brain stimulation. The benefits of this approach have been substantiated in animal studies and preliminary clinical trials. In addition, this approach is practical, safe, and well-tolerated by patients. Laboratory The Early Brain Injury Recovery Clinic consists of two basic science laboratories that study activity-based therapies for brain repair and one clinical laboratory to study these therapies in children. The labs are linked by two common themes: response of the young brain to injury, and repair of the injured brain using activity.

Balthasar Laboratory

12 Capen Hall Buffalo, New York 14260-1660, USAThe Balthasar Laboratory utilizes pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic modeling and simulation to guide the development of new immunotherapies for the treatment of autoimmunity and cancer.

Bausch + Lomb

One Bausch & Lomb Place Rochester, NY 14604-2701 USABausch + Lomb offers eye health products including contact lenses and lens care products,pharmaceuticals,intraocular lenses and other eye surgery products.

Bausch + Lomb

Rochester, NY United StatesBausch + Lomb offers eye health products including contact lenses and lens care products,pharmaceuticals,intraocular lenses and other eye surgery products.

Biomolecular Discovery

77 Ridgeland Road Rochester, NY, 14623 United StatesWe are a contract research group that has extensive experience in antibody discovery and optimization via phage display. With over 20 years of experience in antibody production, discovery and characterization, we deliver customized solutions to our clients in a timely fashion with the personal involvement of our scientists. BDS specializes in creation of phage display antibody libraries from immunized or naive sources. Our most common requests are VHH single domain antibody libraries from immunized alpacas or llamas.

Biotrax Testing Laboratory

3580 Harlem Road, Suite 2 Cheektowaga NY 14215Biotrax Testing Laboratory Inc is committed to Excellence. Our professional standards are evident in everything we do. Our customers receive the highest level of customer service available in the industry! Founded in 1997, our mission has been to provide quality accurate results with the fastest turn-around time available.

Buffalo Clinical and Translational Research Center (CTRC)

875 Ellicott Street Buffalo, NY, 14203 United StatesThe Research Ethics Consult Service welcomes requests for support. Such requests may come from researchers, research staff, the CTRC Research Navigators, and the IRBs.

Bostwick Laboratories

100 Charles Lindbergh Boulevard Uniondale, NY 11553 USABostwick Laboratories provides anatomic and clinical pathology laboratory services specializing in the monitoring and diagnosis of cancer.

Bayville Chemical Supply Company

70-G East Jefryn BoulevardDeer Park, New York, 11729 USA

Burke Medical Research Institute Center for Pain and Sensory Recovery

785 Mamaroneck Avenue White Plains, NY, 10605 United StatesIn the U.S. alone, more than 100 million people suffer from chronic pain.* Chronic pain is frequently resistant to treatment with either anti-inflammatory drugs or opiates. Scientists at the Burke Medical Research Institute are actively involved in pain research, pursuing new concepts to better understand how chronic pain establishes itself after trauma or disease, and to develop novel therapeutic approaches to improve the lives of pain patients. We have established the Center for Pain and Sensory Recovery at Burke Medical Research Institute to focus, grow and optimally deploy our expertise in both basic and clinical pain research. Burke Medical Research Institute is an academic affiliate of the Weill Medical College of Cornell University.

Burke Medical Research Institute Center for Pain and Sensory Recovery

785 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, New York 10605In the U.S. alone, more than 100 million people suffer from chronic pain.* Chronic pain is frequently resistant to treatment with either anti-inflammatory drugs or opiates. Scientists at the Burke Medical Research Institute are actively involved in pain research, pursuing new concepts to better understand how chronic pain establishes itself after trauma or disease, and to develop novel therapeutic approaches to improve the lives of pain patients. We have established the Center for Pain and Sensory Recovery at Burke Medical Research Institute to focus, grow and optimally deploy our expertise in both basic and clinical pain research. Burke Medical Research Institute is an academic affiliate of the Weill Medical College of Cornell University.

Brookhaven Science Associates LLC

Office of Brookhaven Affairs Stony Brook University Administration Building, Room 407 Stony Brook, New York, 11794-1401 United StatesThe Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) is a significant asset to our country, through its scientific leadership and its economic impact not only on Long Island, but throughout all of New York state and the Northeast. img1 Brookhaven National Laboratory is managed on behalf of DOE by Brookhaven Science Associates (BSA), a partnership between Stony Brook University and Battelle. BSA also engages six of the world’s premier research universities (Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton and Yale) in the governance and oversight of the Laboratory. The combined strengths of these entities make significant contributions to BNL. As a leading research university in close proximity to the BNL site, Stony Brook offers scientific collaborations, joint initiatives, and joint research appointments in BNL’s core research areas, and provides a variety of services to BNL staff. As the world’s largest nonprofit research organization and manager or co-manager of six DOE national laboratories, Battelle offers management systems and tools designed specifically for research. The affiliated research universities offer world-leading experts for scientific oversight as well as additional opportunities for research partnerships, joint appointments, and other forms of collaboration. BSA is committed to the future of Brookhaven National Laboratory as both a world-leading scientific organization and as a source of technology innovation benefitting our region, our nation and our world. Staying at the forefront of science and technology requires thoughtful planning and vigorous action. BSA is working with the scientific community and with DOE to identify the most important opportunities in BNL’s primary research areas, and to develop the capabilities necessary to exploit these opportunities. BSA also is engaging regional companies and other stakeholders, looking for ways to increase the economic and social benefits of new technologies arising from BNL research.

Bio Analytical Research Corporation

5, Delaware Drive, Lake Success NY 11042-1114, U.S.A.Bio Analytical Research Corporation (BARC) provides full service clinical trial support, project management, and data management.

Bio Analytical Research Corporation

Lake Success, NY United StatesBio Analytical Research Corporation (BARC) provides full service clinical trial support, project management, and data management.

Byrne Dairy

2394 U.S. 11 LaFayette, NY, 13084 United StatesIn 1933 Byrne Dairy began selling high quality milk in glass bottles and delivering it to Central New York homes in horse-drawn wagons. It was the commitment to exceptional quality and the strong desire to produce the finest products every day to its customers that set Byrne Dairy apart. Today, Byrne Dairy is a fourth generation, family-owned producer and distributor of Greek Yoghurt, Conventional Yogurt, Sour Cream, Milk, Cream, Ice Cream and a variety of other dairy products. Based in Central New York, with its abundant supply of high quality milk, Byrne Dairy works with over 250 local family farms. Byrne Dairy’s average farm is only 35 miles from it’s plants where they receive around 50 million pounds of milk each month. Strong relationships with their farmers has been a cornerstone of Byrne Dairy’s business lasting through generations and bonded by handshakes not contracts. Byrne Dairy currently has four manufacturing facilities including a Fresh Dairy Plant and Ice Cream Plant located in Syracuse, N.Y, an Ultra High Temperature (UHT) Pasteurization Plant in DeWitt, N.Y., and a Cultured Plant located in Cortlandville, N.Y. Byrne Dairy has additional plans for their new Cultured Plant and overall 133 acre site in Cortlandville, N.Y. Future plans include an artisanal cheese making operation, tourist facility to allow the public to view the manufacturing process, and an outdoor amphitheater for concerts and other gatherings.

Balchem

52 Sunrise Park Road New Hampton, NY 10958 USABalchem specializes in ARC Specialty Products; Food, Pharma and Nutrition; and Animal Nutrition and Health.

Balchem

New Hampton, NY, 10958 United StatesBalchem specializes in ARC Specialty Products; Food, Pharma and Nutrition; and Animal Nutrition and Health.

Bronx Veterans Medical Research Foundation (James J. Peters Veterans Affairs Medical Center)

130 W Kingsbridge Rd Bronx, NY 10468The James J. Peters VA Medical Center, Bronx, New York has become synonymous with excellence and achievement in the field of biomedical and clinical research. Our distinguished investigators have garnered major scientific awards including the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology. Through diligent research efforts, James J. Peters VA scientists continue to make major contributions in the advancement of medical research and achieving worldwide recognition. The mission of the Bronx Veterans Medical Research Foundation (BVMRF) is to facilitate research and education activities conducted at the James J Peters VA Medical Center (JJPVAMC). We have a broad range of research activities that encompasses biomedical, health services, rehabilitation engineering, mental health and geriatric research endeavors. We also support various educational initiatives and other learning experiences of benefit to employees and veterans.

Bronx Veterans Medical Research Foundation (James J. Peters Veterans Affairs Medical Center)

130 West Kingsbridge Road Bronx, NY, 10468 United StatesThe James J. Peters VA Medical Center, Bronx, New York has become synonymous with excellence and achievement in the field of biomedical and clinical research. Our distinguished investigators have garnered major scientific awards including the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology. Through diligent research efforts, James J. Peters VA scientists continue to make major contributions in the advancement of medical research and achieving worldwide recognition. The mission of the Bronx Veterans Medical Research Foundation (BVMRF) is to facilitate research and education activities conducted at the James J Peters VA Medical Center (JJPVAMC). We have a broad range of research activities that encompasses biomedical, health services, rehabilitation engineering, mental health and geriatric research endeavors. We also support various educational initiatives and other learning experiences of benefit to employees and veterans.

BOC Sciences

45-16 RAMSEY RD SHIRLEY, NY, 11967 United StatesBOC Sciences is a brand of BOCSCI Inc. We leverage our wide spectrum of business in the fields of development, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution to help you make best-informed decisions tailored to your evolving needs for premium chemicals. Our complete suite of CRO services spans the entire molecule development pipeline including contract research for target identification, building blocks, compound synthesis, biochemical and cellular analysis, preclinical animal tests, and clinical studies. Products: BOC Sciences provides a wide range of research chemicals and biochemicals including inhibitors, building blocks, GMP Products, impurities and metabolites, APIs for Veterinary, Natural Compounds, ADCs, Stem Cell Molecule and chiral compounds. Over eight years of successful operation in the pharmaceutical industry has enabled us to possess a full-bodied array of building blocks in numerous pack sizes. BOC Sciences is constantly seeking to expand our product lines by incorporating additional potential drug like molecules. Services: BOC Sciences provides a wide range of services to support the pharmaceutical industry through all stages of drug discovery including Custom Synthesis of those chemicals that are not in stock, Isotope Labeling Service, Chiral Synthesis and Resolution, Bioconjugation, PEGylation services, analytical services. Our capacity to provide pharmaceutical discovery services across the entire spectrum of the drug discovery process has assisted many of our esteemed clients in reaching their R&D goals. We are actively improving our capabilities and capacity through new expansions in BOC Sciences’s global business.

Creative Proteomics

SUITE 115, 17 Ramsey Road Shirley, New York, 11967 United StatesCreative Proteomics is an integrated CRO company that provides a full range of drug development services, including Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Systems Biology, Organic Chemistry, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Structural Biology, Preclinical and Clinical studies. Creative Proteomics specializes in a full range of services to support various proteome-related researches from identification of single proteins to large-scale proteomic studies. We have one of the most advanced proteomics platforms in the world and our staff scientists are experienced proteomics professionals. Our proteome analysis platform provides protein separation, characterization, identification and quantification services, featured with high throughput and super-sensitivity. In addition, analyses of protein post-translational modifications such as phosphorylation and glycosylation are available. http://www.creative-proteomics.com/

Creative Proteomics

45-16 Ramsey Road Shirley, NY 11967, USACreative Proteomics is an integrated CRO company that provides a full range of drug development services, including Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Systems Biology, Organic Chemistry, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Structural Biology, Preclinical and Clinical studies. Creative Proteomics specializes in a full range of services to support various proteome-related researches from identification of single proteins to large-scale proteomic studies. We have one of the most advanced proteomics platforms in the world and our staff scientists are experienced proteomics professionals. Our proteome analysis platform provides protein separation, characterization, identification and quantification services, featured with high throughput and super-sensitivity. In addition, analyses of protein post-translational modifications such as phosphorylation and glycosylation are available. http://www.creative-proteomics.com/

Creative Proteomics

Receiving #1, 17 Ramsey Road Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCreative Proteomics is an integrated CRO company that provides a full range of drug development services, including Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Systems Biology, Organic Chemistry, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Structural Biology, Preclinical and Clinical studies. Creative Proteomics specializes in a full range of services to support various proteome-related researches from identification of single proteins to large-scale proteomic studies. We have one of the most advanced proteomics platforms in the world and our staff scientists are experienced proteomics professionals. Our proteome analysis platform provides protein separation, characterization, identification and quantification services, featured with high throughput and super-sensitivity. In addition, analyses of protein post-translational modifications such as phosphorylation and glycosylation are available. http://www.creative-proteomics.com/

Creative Proteomics

Receiving #1 17 Ramsey Road Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCreative Proteomics is an integrated CRO company that provides a full range of drug development services, including Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Systems Biology, Organic Chemistry, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Structural Biology, Preclinical and Clinical studies. Creative Proteomics specializes in a full range of services to support various proteome-related researches from identification of single proteins to large-scale proteomic studies. We have one of the most advanced proteomics platforms in the world and our staff scientists are experienced proteomics professionals. Our proteome analysis platform provides protein separation, characterization, identification and quantification services, featured with high throughput and super-sensitivity. In addition, analyses of protein post-translational modifications such as phosphorylation and glycosylation are available. http://www.creative-proteomics.com/

Creative Proteomics

45-1 Ramsey Road Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCreative Proteomics is an integrated CRO company that provides a full range of drug development services, including Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Systems Biology, Organic Chemistry, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Structural Biology, Preclinical and Clinical studies. Creative Proteomics specializes in a full range of services to support various proteome-related researches from identification of single proteins to large-scale proteomic studies. We have one of the most advanced proteomics platforms in the world and our staff scientists are experienced proteomics professionals. Our proteome analysis platform provides protein separation, characterization, identification and quantification services, featured with high throughput and super-sensitivity. In addition, analyses of protein post-translational modifications such as phosphorylation and glycosylation are available. http://www.creative-proteomics.com/

Columbia University Medical Center - Center for Interdisciplinary Research to Prevent Infections

Columbia University School of Nursing 630 West 168th Street, New York, NY 10032The Center for Interdisciplinary Research to Prevent Infections (CIRI) is home to more than a dozen completed or ongoing externally funded projects designed to address infection prevention from a variety of angles and perspectives. CIRI succeeded the Center for Interdisciplinary Research to Reduce Antimicrobial Resistance (CIRAR) to embrace a broader mission of preventing all types of infections in a range of community and clinical settings. CIRI serves as a hub for interdisciplinary collaboration at Columbia University. The research projects affiliated with CIRI benefit from the participation of clinical caregivers from multiple disciplines, as well as researchers with expertise in fields such as economics, informatics, health policy, epidemiology, and many others. CIRI is home to an NIH-funded training program, Training in Interdisciplinary Research to Prevent Infections (TIRI). TIRI provides full-time financial support and the resources of a broad faculty network to four pre-doctoral and two post-doctoral trainees in a variety of fields each year. Calls for applications are announced frequently. CIRI hosts a monthly seminar series showcasing the work of faculty and trainees from the Columbia University community and beyond. Presenters in this series discuss research projects on a variety of infection prevention topics with an emphasis on the benefits and challenges of working with interdisciplinary teams. CIRI seminars are open to the public.

Columbia University Medical Center - Center for Interdisciplinary Research to Prevent Infections

630 West 168th Street New York, NY, 10032 United StatesThe Center for Interdisciplinary Research to Prevent Infections (CIRI) is home to more than a dozen completed or ongoing externally funded projects designed to address infection prevention from a variety of angles and perspectives. CIRI succeeded the Center for Interdisciplinary Research to Reduce Antimicrobial Resistance (CIRAR) to embrace a broader mission of preventing all types of infections in a range of community and clinical settings. CIRI serves as a hub for interdisciplinary collaboration at Columbia University. The research projects affiliated with CIRI benefit from the participation of clinical caregivers from multiple disciplines, as well as researchers with expertise in fields such as economics, informatics, health policy, epidemiology, and many others. CIRI is home to an NIH-funded training program, Training in Interdisciplinary Research to Prevent Infections (TIRI). TIRI provides full-time financial support and the resources of a broad faculty network to four pre-doctoral and two post-doctoral trainees in a variety of fields each year. Calls for applications are announced frequently. CIRI hosts a monthly seminar series showcasing the work of faculty and trainees from the Columbia University community and beyond. Presenters in this series discuss research projects on a variety of infection prevention topics with an emphasis on the benefits and challenges of working with interdisciplinary teams. CIRI seminars are open to the public.

Chenango Valley Environmental Laboratory

5851 County Road 32 Norwich, NY 13815

Canisius College Institute for Autism Research

2001 Main Street, Buffalo NY 14208-1517The Institute for Autism Research (iar) is an interdisciplinary collaborative research center dedicated to understanding autism and related developmental disorders and enhancing the lives of those affected and their families. Researchers from diverse backgrounds work together to address critical questions involving causes, development, assessment, clinical treatment, and education. This research work has led to development of several new and effective treatments which are provided by the iar staff, our community partners and schools. Researchers at the iar are also dedicated to training the next generation of researchers and practitioners through advanced academic, research, and clinical and community-based experiences. To learn more, click on the iar Links in the left navigation.

Canisius College Institute for Autism Research

2001 Main Street Buffalo, NY, 14208 United StatesThe Institute for Autism Research (iar) is an interdisciplinary collaborative research center dedicated to understanding autism and related developmental disorders and enhancing the lives of those affected and their families. Researchers from diverse backgrounds work together to address critical questions involving causes, development, assessment, clinical treatment, and education. This research work has led to development of several new and effective treatments which are provided by the iar staff, our community partners and schools. Researchers at the iar are also dedicated to training the next generation of researchers and practitioners through advanced academic, research, and clinical and community-based experiences. To learn more, click on the iar Links in the left navigation.

Central New York Eye & Tissue Bank

Syracuse, NY United StatesLocated in downtown Syracuse, NY, the Eye Bank of Central New York began providing eye tissue donation and recovery services in Central New York in 1955. In December 2001, the Eye Bank became a division of Buffalo, N.Y.-based Upstate New York Transplant Services (Unyts), among the leading organ, eye, and tissue procurement organizations in the United States and just one of eight centers nationwide that houses laboratory and procurement services in one setting. With the addition of Community Blood Services, Unyts became the first organization of its kind to provide procurement, community blood banking, and laboratory services via one location.

ChromoTek

400 Oser Avenue Suite 1650 Hauppauge, NY, 11788 United StatesChromoTek offers innovative research reagents based on Camelid-antibodies: Nano-Traps® and Nano-Boosters for highly efficient immunoprecipitation and super-resolution imaging of fluorescent fusion proteins, Chromobodies® for live-cell HCA and F2H® assay for real-time protein-protein interaction analysis.

Columbia University IICTR Clinical Research Resource

622 West 168 Street, Floor 10, Suite 305 New York, NY 10032Established in 1971, the Irving Institute’s Clinical Research Resource (CRR) is one of the oldest, active CRRs in the country. Since October 2006, the Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) in conjunction with long-time funding from Herbert and Florence Irving enabled the CRR to expand support for patient-oriented research beyond the confines of traditional clinical research units. The CRR provides new and established investigators a unique opportunity to design studies, maximize efficiency, improve collaborations and analyze data. Investigators may engage in studies of human physiology and disease anywhere in the hospital, the surrounding community, or in controlled research settings supported by the highly-skilled, committed and compassionate CRR research nursing staff. The Adult and Pediatric Units facilitate the integration of multiple studies ranging from pharmacokinetics to functional magnetic resonance imaging, allowing investigators to fully examine everything from the performance of a new therapy or other aspects of disease treatment, to basic human functioning. Brief outpatient visits and prolonged inpatient studies can be performed. The CRR interacts with multiple other Irving Institute resources including Bionutrition, Biomarkers Core Laboratory, Imaging Core and Community Engagement Resource, as well as laboratories and divisions studying obesity, oncology, sickle cell disease, and sleep architecture, among others. CRR Goals: Provide both inpatient and outpatient space and dedicated personnel for patient-oriented research. Expand clinical support for patient-oriented research beyond the confines of the Clinical Research Units. Partner with the Community Engagement Core Resource (CECR) to enhance participatory research opportunities in the community.

ChemAnalytical

40 Office Park Way, Pittsford, NY 14534ChemAnalytical offers NMR, EPR, and FT-IR services.

Columbia University Medical Center HICCC Transgenic Mouse Core

Irving Cancer Research Center 1130 St. Nicholas Avenue, Room 604 New York NYThe generation and analysis of genetically modified mice, including transgenic and knockout animals, is an essential technology for cancer research. The Transgenic Mouse Shared Resource makes these powerful technologies available to all Cancer Center members. Services include: Production of transgenic mice by pronuclear DNA microinjection and embryo transfer. Production of chimeric mice by blastocyst injection of genetically modified ES cells and embryo transfer, which is part of the procedure of producing knockout or knockin mice. CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing in mouse embryos Gene targeting, which involves the electroporation of a targeting vector into pluripotent mouse embryonic stem (ES) cells and the selection of gene-targeted clones. Education of investigators and advice on vector and experimental design for experiments using transgenic and knockout mice.

Columbia University CCTI Flow Cytometry Core

650 West 168th St, William Black Building, BB-1710 New York, NY 10032Flow cytometry has become the primary tool for the identification of cell populations according to specific parameters, and is therefore employed by an ever-growing number of biomedical scientists. The ability to design, perform and analyze data from multi-parametric flow cytometric experiments requires technical expertise but also immunological expertise to appropriately design the experiment. The Flow Cytometry Core of the Columbia Center for Translational Immunology (CCTI) provides training and access to state-of-the-art flow cytometry for biomedical investigators at the Columbia University Medical Center. Among the many documented applications, characterization and quantification of cells for surface protein, cytokine, intracellular transcription factor and signalingmolecules are the most common experiments performed in the flow cytometry core facility.

CUNY City College - Medical School

160 Convent Avenue New York, NY 10031In a major development in the institution’s 168-year history, The City College of New York announces the establishment of the CUNY School of Medicine at City College in partnership with Bronx-based St. Barnabas Hospital (which is part of the SBH Health System). The new Harlem-based medical school, whose first class is scheduled to begin fall 2016, will be an expansion of City College’s Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education. Established in 1973 on the City College campus, the Sophie Davis School currently offers a unique seven-year BS/MD program that integrates an undergraduate education with the first two years of medical school. The new medical school on the City College campus builds on the strong record of achievement of the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education whose mission is recruiting underrepresented minorities into medicine, increasing medical care in historically underserved communities, and boosting the number of primary care physicians. City College President Lisa S. Coico said the newly established school would nurture young students to embrace a career focused on caring for their fellow citizens with passion, empathy and respect.

CRDR Consulting, Inc.

PO Box 2861 Huntington Station NY 11746CRDR Consulting advises on and provides direction for the research, development and regulatory aspects of cosmetic products. This includes the “how to” of formula development, process development, Q.C. procedures, handling outside vendors and product troubleshooting. It also includes the preparation of regulatory documentation for domestic—especially FDA— compliance, foreign countries, patent development, product labeling, MSDS’s, S.O.P.’s, etc. Clients range from “Fortune 500” companies to small ‘start-ups.’ Tom Vichroski is a member of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists, the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society, the Association of Consulting Chemists & Chemical Engineers and the American Chemical Society. He has participated on the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Personal Care Products Council and holds several cosmetic patents. More than thirty-eight years of product development experience has provided a background covering a wide range of cosmetics including OTC products.

Central New York Research Corporation (CNYRC)

800 Irving Avenue Syracuse, New York 13210Central New York Research Corporation (CNYRC) was established in 1989 to conduct, promote and support the medical research and education activities of the Syracuse, Canandaigua and Bath VA Medical Centers and to advance the wellbeing of veterans and the general public by these endeavors. CNYRC is a non-profit, tax-exempt institute. Collaborative endeavors may be established with universities, for profit companies, hospitals, charitable foundations, professional societies, the Public Health Service, or other governmental agencies, and other non-profit entities. CNYRC supports and conducts extramural research activities at the Syracuse, Canandaigua and Bath VA Medical Centers. CNYRC’s active research program has over 50 skilled, expert certified research professionals and a number of their staff that are currently working on: GastrointestinalPodiatry Nutrition Focus in Oncology GeriatricsProstate Cancer Hematology/OncologyPsychology Infectious DiseaseRespiratory Disease Mental/Behavioral HealthSuicide Prevention Multiple SclerosisUrology NeuroscienceVascular Specific areas of interest include Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Behavioral Neurosciences, Diabetic Foot Ulcer, and Prostate Cancer. A full clinical studies unit is devoted to industry supported clinical trials that especially target the above areas of interest. CNYRC has access to 31,650 unique patients and 133,337 outpatients annually and an electronic medical record system that allows immediate access to important data as well as the conduct of important retrospective research projects. Our research team strongly believes the work we do defines tomorrow’s standard of care, ensuring that our nation’s veterans, and all Americans, have access to the medical treatments they deserve.

CD Genomics

45-1 Ramsey Road Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCD Genomics is aiming at providing the research community with high quality Next Generation Sequencing, high throughput microarray services. Due to the demand for our services has being increased; CD Genomics has already updated its technology platform to mainstream NGS and microarray instruments. At present, our senior bioinformaticians have ever viewed more than ten thousands of trace files and accumulated abundant experience with our Illumina HiSeq4000, Illumina HiSeq X Ten, Illumia Miseq, PacBio Sequel and ABI 3730/3730XL analyzers. We continue to work hard to offer you the same dependable services to pharmaceutical and biotech companies, as well as academia and government agencies for the purpose of satisfying all your sequencing or array needs. https://www.cd-genomics.com/

CD Genomics

Receiving #1 17 Ramsey Road Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCD Genomics is aiming at providing the research community with high quality Next Generation Sequencing, high throughput microarray services. Due to the demand for our services has being increased; CD Genomics has already updated its technology platform to mainstream NGS and microarray instruments. At present, our senior bioinformaticians have ever viewed more than ten thousands of trace files and accumulated abundant experience with our Illumina HiSeq4000, Illumina HiSeq X Ten, Illumia Miseq, PacBio Sequel and ABI 3730/3730XL analyzers. We continue to work hard to offer you the same dependable services to pharmaceutical and biotech companies, as well as academia and government agencies for the purpose of satisfying all your sequencing or array needs. https://www.cd-genomics.com/

Curia

26 Corporate Circle Albany, New York 12203Curia is a global contract research, development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), offering products and services across the drug development spectrum to help our partners turn their ideas into real-world impact. We partner closely with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to boost business performance and improve patients’ lives. From early discovery and development through manufacturing and commercialization, our suite of custom solutions allows us to tailor every engagement to your precise needs, whether that’s an independent project or an opportunity that cuts across the drug continuum. Our capabilities are always growing, driven by our talented, experienced team and continued investment in cutting-edge technologies. We take great pride in a track record that stands among the best in the industry. No matter what we’re working on, you can trust Curia to deliver every solution to the highest standard—the direct result of unmatched expertise and decades of experience completing projects just like yours.

Curia

33 Riverside Avenue Rensselaer, New York 12144Curia is a global contract research, development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), offering products and services across the drug development spectrum to help our partners turn their ideas into real-world impact. We partner closely with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to boost business performance and improve patients’ lives. From early discovery and development through manufacturing and commercialization, our suite of custom solutions allows us to tailor every engagement to your precise needs, whether that’s an independent project or an opportunity that cuts across the drug continuum. Our capabilities are always growing, driven by our talented, experienced team and continued investment in cutting-edge technologies. We take great pride in a track record that stands among the best in the industry. No matter what we’re working on, you can trust Curia to deliver every solution to the highest standard—the direct result of unmatched expertise and decades of experience completing projects just like yours.

Curia

26 Corporate Circle Albany, NY, 12212 United StatesCuria is a global contract research, development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), offering products and services across the drug development spectrum to help our partners turn their ideas into real-world impact. We partner closely with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to boost business performance and improve patients’ lives. From early discovery and development through manufacturing and commercialization, our suite of custom solutions allows us to tailor every engagement to your precise needs, whether that’s an independent project or an opportunity that cuts across the drug continuum. Our capabilities are always growing, driven by our talented, experienced team and continued investment in cutting-edge technologies. We take great pride in a track record that stands among the best in the industry. No matter what we’re working on, you can trust Curia to deliver every solution to the highest standard—the direct result of unmatched expertise and decades of experience completing projects just like yours.

Curia

21 Corporate Circle Albany , NY, 12203 United StatesCuria is a global contract research, development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), offering products and services across the drug development spectrum to help our partners turn their ideas into real-world impact. We partner closely with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to boost business performance and improve patients’ lives. From early discovery and development through manufacturing and commercialization, our suite of custom solutions allows us to tailor every engagement to your precise needs, whether that’s an independent project or an opportunity that cuts across the drug continuum. Our capabilities are always growing, driven by our talented, experienced team and continued investment in cutting-edge technologies. We take great pride in a track record that stands among the best in the industry. No matter what we’re working on, you can trust Curia to deliver every solution to the highest standard—the direct result of unmatched expertise and decades of experience completing projects just like yours.

Curia

The Conventus Building 1001 Main Street Buffalo, NY, 14203 United StatesCuria is a global contract research, development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), offering products and services across the drug development spectrum to help our partners turn their ideas into real-world impact. We partner closely with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to boost business performance and improve patients’ lives. From early discovery and development through manufacturing and commercialization, our suite of custom solutions allows us to tailor every engagement to your precise needs, whether that’s an independent project or an opportunity that cuts across the drug continuum. Our capabilities are always growing, driven by our talented, experienced team and continued investment in cutting-edge technologies. We take great pride in a track record that stands among the best in the industry. No matter what we’re working on, you can trust Curia to deliver every solution to the highest standard—the direct result of unmatched expertise and decades of experience completing projects just like yours.

Cerba Research

10 Nevada Drive Lake Success NY , 11042 United StatesFor over 35 years, Cerba Research has been setting the industry standard for exemplary clinical trial conduct. Today, across five continents, with a focus on precision medicine, we are changing the paradigm of the central lab’s role in complex clinical research. From protocol inception through development and to market, our passionate experts deliver the highest quality specialized and personalized laboratory and diagnostic solutions. Cerba Research provides testing in therapeutic areas such as Cardiovascular diseases, Infectious diseases (microbiology, vaccine studies on virology and other IDs), Inflammatory disorders, Autoimmune diseases, Oncology, Metabolic diseases and Rare/Orphan diseases. Performing testing from Phase I to Phase IV studies. Cerba Research’s central lab services include routine testing, custom assay development, biobanking & storage, global project management & logistical support, operational support (including logistics, sample handling, kit building & data management) and artificial intelligence.

Creative Enzymes

45-1 Ramsey Road Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCreative Enzymes uses its expertise in enzyme manufacturing to supply customers enzymes using for life science research and production of medicines, food, alcohol, beer, fruit juice, fabric, paper, leather goods, etc. Our products are used worldwide in academic, commercial, and government laboratories in diverse applications, including basic research, drug discovery, cancer research, infectious disease research, microbiology, and personalized medicine. As a reliable supplier, Creative Enzymes supplies the products of high quality and competitive cost performance. We cooperate with a large number of satisfied customers in corresponding fields all over the world. Creative Enzymes is customer-oriented. Our staff are always devoting themselves to provide quality products and considerate services to the customers. Some of our products are also unique in the field. Choosing our products means choosing high return. For further development, Creative Enzymes warmly welcomes corresponding researchers to contact us for exploiting new enzymes together.

Chroma Research Labs, Inc.

25 Health Sciences Drive Suite 106, Stony Brook, NY 11790Chroma Research Labs operates as a state of the art analytical lab, in Long Island, NY. This facility is utilizing Inductively Coupled Plasma/Mass Spectrometer, High Performance Liquid Chromatograph, UV/Vis Spectrophotometer, Gas Chromatograph, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometer, Dissolution apparatus, precision balances, pH meters, Karl Fischer titrator, and other necessary accessories for the development and validation of test procedures that can be used by pharmaceutical drug manufacturers. Heavy metals testing and minerals testing are carried out using Inductively Coupled Plasma/Mass Spectrometer (ICP-MS). It provides detection and quantitation of of elements which range from ppm to ppt concentration levels. Identification, Assay, Content Uniformity and impurity tests are carried out using High Performance Liquid Chromatography, Gas Chromatography, and UV/Vis and FTIR Spectrophotometry. With the experience and expertise of our lab staff, we provide an excellent platform to deliver the highest level of quality assurance for our clientele. With an expansive array of advanced technology we are able to provide the pharmaceutical industry with accurate and reliable testing results in a timely manner. Our testing can also assist in the quality assurance of key operational areas: Regulatory compliance, Policies and Procedures, Documents and Records, Facility and Equipment validation and Training. With Chroma Research Labs, you’ll get a partner who understands the unique requirements of your business and industry to provide the technical expertise, innovation and world-class facilities for precision that enable you to bring products to market faster and meet all quality, health and safety standards.

Chroma Research Labs, Inc.

25 Health Sciences Drive Suite 106 Stony Brook, NY, 11790 United StatesChroma Research Labs operates as a state of the art analytical lab, in Long Island, NY. This facility is utilizing Inductively Coupled Plasma/Mass Spectrometer, High Performance Liquid Chromatograph, UV/Vis Spectrophotometer, Gas Chromatograph, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometer, Dissolution apparatus, precision balances, pH meters, Karl Fischer titrator, and other necessary accessories for the development and validation of test procedures that can be used by pharmaceutical drug manufacturers. Heavy metals testing and minerals testing are carried out using Inductively Coupled Plasma/Mass Spectrometer (ICP-MS). It provides detection and quantitation of of elements which range from ppm to ppt concentration levels. Identification, Assay, Content Uniformity and impurity tests are carried out using High Performance Liquid Chromatography, Gas Chromatography, and UV/Vis and FTIR Spectrophotometry. With the experience and expertise of our lab staff, we provide an excellent platform to deliver the highest level of quality assurance for our clientele. With an expansive array of advanced technology we are able to provide the pharmaceutical industry with accurate and reliable testing results in a timely manner. Our testing can also assist in the quality assurance of key operational areas: Regulatory compliance, Policies and Procedures, Documents and Records, Facility and Equipment validation and Training. With Chroma Research Labs, you’ll get a partner who understands the unique requirements of your business and industry to provide the technical expertise, innovation and world-class facilities for precision that enable you to bring products to market faster and meet all quality, health and safety standards.

Crescent Chemical Company

2 Oval Dr Islandia, NY USACrescent Chemical Company distributes analytical reference standards, reagents, and solvents.

Crescent Chemical Company

Islandia, NY United StatesCrescent Chemical Company distributes analytical reference standards, reagents, and solvents.

Columbia University Diabetes Research Center Flow Cytometry Core

Columbia Diabetes Research Center (DRC) Russ Berrie Medical Sciences Pavilion 1150 Nicholas Ave. Suite 238 New York, NY 10032The goal of the Flow Cytometry core facility is to aid DRC researchers in all aspects of Analytic Cytometry (cell surface markers, signaling / phospho-flow, intracellular staining of cytokines and transcription factors), supported by three analyzers (Canto II, Fortessa and LSR II) supporting a maximum of 8-19 colors, and Cell Sorting service (up to 15 colors and four sort outputs), supported by an Influx sorter.

Columbia University Diabetes Research Center Flow Cytometry Core

1150 Saint Nicholas Avenue New York, NY, 10032 United StatesThe goal of the Flow Cytometry core facility is to aid DRC researchers in all aspects of Analytic Cytometry (cell surface markers, signaling / phospho-flow, intracellular staining of cytokines and transcription factors), supported by three analyzers (Canto II, Fortessa and LSR II) supporting a maximum of 8-19 colors, and Cell Sorting service (up to 15 colors and four sort outputs), supported by an Influx sorter.

Converse Laboratories

800 Starbuck Avenue, Suite B101 Watertown, NY 13601Converse Laboratories Inc. (CLI) has been involved with dairy and food analysis for over 25 years. We are certified by and participate in NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets proficiency test programs as well as pathogen proficiency testing. We are active in and are a sustaining member with the NYS Association for Food Protection.

Columbia University IICTR Design and Biostatistics Core

622 West 168 Street, Floor 10, Suite 305 New York, NY 10032The Design and Biostatistics Resource (DBR) provides a wide range of design, statistical, and analytical support services to assist CUMC faculty members in garnering grant support and publishing study results. In conjunction with the Biostatistics Consulting Service (BCS) in the Department of Biostatistics of the Mailman School of Public Health, DBR provides support through consultations - both one-on-one and group – for statistical support and data management services. DBR is led by Dr. Roger Vaughan, who is supported by a very experienced team of experts including: Melissa Begg, Jimmy Duong, Diane Levy, William Friedewald, and Shing Lee.

Columbia University IICTR Design and Biostatistics Core

622 West 168th Street New York, NY, 10032 United StatesThe Design and Biostatistics Resource (DBR) provides a wide range of design, statistical, and analytical support services to assist CUMC faculty members in garnering grant support and publishing study results. In conjunction with the Biostatistics Consulting Service (BCS) in the Department of Biostatistics of the Mailman School of Public Health, DBR provides support through consultations - both one-on-one and group – for statistical support and data management services. DBR is led by Dr. Roger Vaughan, who is supported by a very experienced team of experts including: Melissa Begg, Jimmy Duong, Diane Levy, William Friedewald, and Shing Lee.

Columbia University Medical Center SDRC Molecular Biology Core

630 West 168th Street VC 15-202 New York NY 10032The key features of the Molecular Biology Core of the Skin Disease Research Center are its comprehensive range of services designed to support the needs of both proposed and future SDRC members, and its objective of training young investigators in the area of its expertise. This Core provides assistance in three essential areas of molecular biology central to virtually any studies ranging from the investigation of the genetic basis of human disease to cell biology experiments. These include 1) Disease-gene regulation; 2) In Situ labeling of genetic alterations; and 3) Real-Time PCR, automated sequencing and cloning of DNA constructs. The core will assist center investigators in identifying the epigenetic mechanisms of a particular skin disease by promoter and mutagenesis studies and siRNA knockdown models. The Core will assist investigators in automated DNA sequence analysis to identify mutations implicated in skin disease pathogenesis and subsequent histological detection of target cells harboring these genetic mutations. The Core will also assist investigators with the design and optimization of Real-time PCR analysis for candidate disease-genes and developing a plan for ascertaining their functional consequence, and the way in which it elicits a clinical phenotype. The Core will also provide instrumentation, general resources and technical expertise in the use of automated DNA sequencing and DNA cloning. By offering these routinely used services, the Molecular Biology Core will interact closely with the other two cores. Further, the expertise offered in this Core will be almost universally utilized and provide a valuable service to most, if not all, of the Pilot and Feasibility studies, as well as other investigators within the Department.

Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies

Plant Science Building 2801 Sharon Turnpike (Route 44) Millbrook NY 12545Founded in 1983 by the eminent ecologist Dr. Gene E. Likens, the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies is a world-renowned leader in applying the ecosystem approach to some of society's most pressing problems, from the quantity and quality of freshwater resources to the health of our forests. The unbiased scientific information produced by our scientists is essential to sound environmental policy, management decisions, and education curricula. The Cary Institute is one of the largest ecological programs in the world. More important than its size, however, is the quality of its output. Books and articles authored by Cary Institute ecologists influence scientists and policy makers. Cary Institute-generated curricula are building essential bridges between ecological thinking and classroom instruction. Conferences and workshops held onsite encourage dialogue and information exchange. Globally relevant, Cary Institute research is truly science in the service of society. A society that understands and appreciates ecological systems is much more likely to protect them for future generations.

Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies

Millbrook, NY, 12545 United StatesFounded in 1983 by the eminent ecologist Dr. Gene E. Likens, the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies is a world-renowned leader in applying the ecosystem approach to some of society's most pressing problems, from the quantity and quality of freshwater resources to the health of our forests. The unbiased scientific information produced by our scientists is essential to sound environmental policy, management decisions, and education curricula. The Cary Institute is one of the largest ecological programs in the world. More important than its size, however, is the quality of its output. Books and articles authored by Cary Institute ecologists influence scientists and policy makers. Cary Institute-generated curricula are building essential bridges between ecological thinking and classroom instruction. Conferences and workshops held onsite encourage dialogue and information exchange. Globally relevant, Cary Institute research is truly science in the service of society. A society that understands and appreciates ecological systems is much more likely to protect them for future generations.

Columbia University Medical Center HICCC Radiation Research Core Facility

1130 St. Nicholas Ave. New York, NY 10032 USAColumbia University Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center Radiation Research Core Facility provides the capability to expose small animals, mammalian cells in culture, microorganisms and macromolecules to gamma-rays, x-rays and 254 nm UV light.

Columbia University Medical Center CCTI Humanized Mouse Core

BB-1516 William Black Building CCTI CUMC 650W, 168th Street, NY 10032Our original model has been replicated in many other laboratories (sometimes referred to as the “BLT” mouse). The application of this model has been pivotal in the exploration of human immune responses and disorders. Our expertise in this field was conducive to the development of other models, one of which gained renown as the Personalized Immune (PI) humanized mouse with the transplantation of patient-specific hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) [14]. Additionally, we have established protocols for humanized mice with human T cells that express tumor or viral antigen-specific TCRs as well as humanized mice that spontaneously develop autologous human leukemia by transplanting genetically manipulated HSCs.These refinements further expand the potential applications of the hu-mouse model. By providing our services to other laboratories, we aspire to support investigation of human immunology and expand our repertoire of hu-mouse models. Services Core Services include breeding and maintenance of NSG (NOD.Cg-Prkdcscid Il2rgtm1Wjl/SzJ) mouse colonies, construction of humanized mice, as well as confirmation of reconstitution of human hematopoietic and lymphoid systems by detection of >25% human cells (including T, B, and myeloid cells) in peripheral blood 8-10 weeks post-engraftment.

Columbia University Diabetes Research Center Genomics Core

Russ Berrie Medical Sciences Pavilion 1150 Nicholas Ave. Suite 238 New York, NY 10032The mission of the Genomics Core is to assist DRC investigators to discover the molecular bases of the pathogenesis and co-morbidities of diabetes. A growing array of molecular techniques can be applied to fundamental cellular, systemic, and developmental phenotypes related to glucose/insulin homeostasis, energy metabolism, and the functional consequences of disorders of these systems. Access to sophisticated manipulations of the mouse genome and to in vitro manipulation of genes is also critical to generating and testing mechanistic hypotheses. The Genomics Core provides consultations on study design, and assists in the execution of studies – in humans and rodents - requiring Genomics resources. The Core provides both basic and advanced tools and technologies for quantitative and qualitative analysis of DNA and RNA, proteomics, animal models of diabetes/obesity (including transgenic manipulations), and production and differentiation of induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells. The Core also provides assistance with basic data analysis and comprehensive bioinformatics and statistical analyses of high-throughput DNA and RNA sequencing data. In summary, our objective is to minimize barriers to the integration of cutting edge technologies of molecular genetics and genomics into the research of the DRC’s constituencies, enabling experienced investigators - as well as researchers who are not molecular geneticists - to add genomics approaches to their research at reasonable cost. Studies conducted through this Core can be closely coordinated with relevant efforts by other Cores in the DRC.

Creative BioMart

45-1 Ramsey Rd Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCreative BioMart provides quality recombinant proteins, diagnostic antibodies and antigens, diagnostic enzymes and pharmaceutical enzymes to the research community of biology, clinical research, molecular diagnostics and biopharmaceutical drug development. We are also a CRO company providing comprehensive, high quality recombinant protein and custom protein services. https://www.creativebiomart.net/

Creative BioMart

Creative Biostructure 45-1 Ramsey Rd Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCreative BioMart provides quality recombinant proteins, diagnostic antibodies and antigens, diagnostic enzymes and pharmaceutical enzymes to the research community of biology, clinical research, molecular diagnostics and biopharmaceutical drug development. We are also a CRO company providing comprehensive, high quality recombinant protein and custom protein services. https://www.creativebiomart.net/

Creative BioMart

45 Ramsey Rd Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCreative BioMart provides quality recombinant proteins, diagnostic antibodies and antigens, diagnostic enzymes and pharmaceutical enzymes to the research community of biology, clinical research, molecular diagnostics and biopharmaceutical drug development. We are also a CRO company providing comprehensive, high quality recombinant protein and custom protein services. https://www.creativebiomart.net/

Creative Biogene

45-1 Ramsey Road Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCreative Biogene is a US-based manufacturer and provider of genomics and proteomics products and services for academic and governmental research institutes, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. Creative Biogene provides kits, reagents, and services that help researchers explore questions about gene discovery, regulation, and function. Creative Biogene holds a leadership position in the global market and is committed to improving the human condition through biotechnology. https://www.creative-biogene.com/

Corning Life Sciences

Corning, NY, USACorning Life Sciences offers a variety of in vitro ADME Gentest® branded products and contract research services covering drug metabolism and drug interactions. These products and services support Enzyme Induction, Enzyme Inhibition, Metabolic Stability, Reaction Phenotyping, Protein Binding, Permeability and Drug Transport and other applications.

Corning Life Sciences

One Riverfront Plaza Corning, NY, 14831 United StatesCorning Life Sciences offers a variety of in vitro ADME Gentest® branded products and contract research services covering drug metabolism and drug interactions. These products and services support Enzyme Induction, Enzyme Inhibition, Metabolic Stability, Reaction Phenotyping, Protein Binding, Permeability and Drug Transport and other applications.

Charles River Laboratories

3120 Rt. 209 Kingston, NY, 12401 United StatesCharles 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

Certerra

Broad Hollow Bioscience Park 3 Bioscience Park Dr, Farmingdale,, NY , 11735 United StatesCerterra Inc. is a biotechnology company that uses a proprietary PharmacomapTM method of screening neural activation across the entire brain for drug discovery in neuroscience. Certerra’s goal is to radically improve predictability from preclinical studies to human outcomes in clinical trials. Our PharmacomapTM method is applicable for screening of novel compounds being developed for a broad spectrum of brain disorders, including neurodevelopmental, psychiatric and neurodegenerative ones, as well as repurposing of existing drugs . Our central hypothesis is that the effects a drug has on the brain are largely determined by which neurons it activates. This hypothesis is based on the core tenet of neuroscience, which is that sensation, perception, intention, action, and all other mental processes are driven by the activity of neurons and the networks they form. Thus, we assert that clinical trial unpredictability with regard to brain disorders is in large part due to the lack of methods for determining which neurons are activated by a given drug across the entire brain. At Certerra, we have bridged this gap by developing an automated, high-throughput PharmacomapTM method that allows us to visualize and then quantify drug-evoked effects in the mammalian (mouse or rat) brain at single-neuron resolution.

Cognigen

1780 Wehrle Drive Buffalo, NY, 14221 United StatesCognigen offers pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic modeling and simulation services, study design, clinical pharmacology consulting, data programming, and regulatory services.

Cognigen

1780 Wehrle Drive, Suite 110 Buffalo, NY, 14221 United StatesCognigen offers pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic modeling and simulation services, study design, clinical pharmacology consulting, data programming, and regulatory services.

Cornell University CoALS New York State Agriculture Experimentation Station

630 West North Street Geneva, NY 14456For more than 125 years, Cornell’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station (NYSAES) in Geneva has developed cutting-edge technologies essential to feeding the world and strengthening New York economies. From developing safe and nutritious foods to pioneering means to preserve the environment, NYSAES serves millions of New York consumers, agricultural producers, food businesses and farm families throughout the state. Moving into the 21st century, New York must capitalize on new food and agricultural opportunities, and NYSAES is uniquely positioned to translate state-of-the art research into industry innovation and economic growth.

Cornell University CoALS New York State Agriculture Experimentation Station

630 West North Street Geneva, , NY , 14456 United StatesFor more than 125 years, Cornell’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station (NYSAES) in Geneva has developed cutting-edge technologies essential to feeding the world and strengthening New York economies. From developing safe and nutritious foods to pioneering means to preserve the environment, NYSAES serves millions of New York consumers, agricultural producers, food businesses and farm families throughout the state. Moving into the 21st century, New York must capitalize on new food and agricultural opportunities, and NYSAES is uniquely positioned to translate state-of-the art research into industry innovation and economic growth.

Cornell University Center for Technology Licensing

395 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY 14850, USCommercializing Cornell Inventions The Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) is Cornell University's technology transfer office. We manage technology for Cornell's Ithaca campus, Weill Cornell Medical Colleges, Cornell Tech and the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva. CTL's mission is to bring the University's scientific discoveries, technological innovations, and medical advances to the marketplace for societal benefit and to foster economic development within New York State and across the nation. Reflective of Cornell's broad research endeavors, CTL manages inventions from disciplines including, but not limited to, chemistry, engineering, information technologies, materials science, medicine, plant science, and veterinary medicine. CTL licenses Cornell technologies to industry partners from all 50 states and in Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and Central and South America. Cornell inventions are patented in over forty countries.

Cornell University Center for Technology Licensing

395 Pine Tree Road Suite 310 Ithaca, NY, 14850 United StatesCommercializing Cornell Inventions The Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) is Cornell University's technology transfer office. We manage technology for Cornell's Ithaca campus, Weill Cornell Medical Colleges, Cornell Tech and the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva. CTL's mission is to bring the University's scientific discoveries, technological innovations, and medical advances to the marketplace for societal benefit and to foster economic development within New York State and across the nation. Reflective of Cornell's broad research endeavors, CTL manages inventions from disciplines including, but not limited to, chemistry, engineering, information technologies, materials science, medicine, plant science, and veterinary medicine. CTL licenses Cornell technologies to industry partners from all 50 states and in Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and Central and South America. Cornell inventions are patented in over forty countries.

Center for High-Throughput Structural Biology

162 Clark Hall Cornell University Ithaca, New York 14853Center for High-Throughput Structural Biology offers high throughput screening services.

Center for High-Throughput Structural Biology

601 Elmwood Ave, Box 703, Rochester, NY, 14642Center for High-Throughput Structural Biology offers high throughput screening services.

Center for High-Throughput Structural Biology

700 Ellicott Street, Buffalo, NY 14203-1102Center for High-Throughput Structural Biology offers high throughput screening services.

Center for High-Throughput Structural Biology

Buffalo, NY United StatesCenter for High-Throughput Structural Biology offers high throughput screening services.

Crystalgen

25 Austin Boulevard Commack, NY 11725 USACrystalgen offers reagents, disposables, biochemicals, and products for the application of protein crystallization and histology services.

Crystalgen

Commack, NY United StatesCrystalgen offers reagents, disposables, biochemicals, and products for the application of protein crystallization and histology services.

Columbia University Medical Center HICCC Biostatistics Core

722 W 168 St 6 Flr Rm 644 New York NYAn essential component of cancer research, the Biostatistics Shared Resource (BSR) provides the necessary infrastructure to facilitate collaboration between the investigator and a biostatistician from the planning stage of a project through to its execution, analysis and interpretation and finally to the dissemination stages. The objectives of this resource are: To collaborate with HICCC investigators in the design, conduct, analysis, interpretation and reporting of their clinical, laboratory and population science studies. To provide short-term statistical consulting to HICCC members. To collaborate with HICCC investigators in their research initiatives and grant proposals. To advise the Protocol Review and Monitoring Committee by providing statistical review of the design of studies and their conduct. To interact with the Biomedical Informatics Shared Resource in the development and maintenance of the clinical research databases and systems.

Columbia University Medical Center HICCC Biostatistics Core

722 West 168th Street New York, NY, 10032 United StatesAn essential component of cancer research, the Biostatistics Shared Resource (BSR) provides the necessary infrastructure to facilitate collaboration between the investigator and a biostatistician from the planning stage of a project through to its execution, analysis and interpretation and finally to the dissemination stages. The objectives of this resource are: To collaborate with HICCC investigators in the design, conduct, analysis, interpretation and reporting of their clinical, laboratory and population science studies. To provide short-term statistical consulting to HICCC members. To collaborate with HICCC investigators in their research initiatives and grant proposals. To advise the Protocol Review and Monitoring Committee by providing statistical review of the design of studies and their conduct. To interact with the Biomedical Informatics Shared Resource in the development and maintenance of the clinical research databases and systems.

Criterium

358 Broadway, Suite 201 Saratoga Springs, NY 12866Criterium provides phase I-IIIb clinical services, including monitoring, statistics, and BA/BE studies.

Ciba

540 White Plains Road Tarrytown NY 10591 USACiba offers polymer characterization, impurity profiling, structure elucidation, and method development.

Columbia U Brain Bank

3959 Broadway New York, NY, 10032 United StatesThe New York Brain Bank (NYBB) at Columbia University was established to collect postmortem human brains to meet the needs of neuroscientists investigating specific psychiatric and neurological disorders. The tasks of the NYBB include: Collection and processing of human postmortem brain samples for research. Neuropathological evaluation and diagnosis. Storage and computerized inventory of brain samples. Distribution of brain samples to investigating clinicians and scientists.

Central Hudson Laboratory

Washingtonville, NY, 10992 United StatesCentral Hudson Laboratory is an expert in FDA detention samples, training, and food testing. Our independent laboratory has served the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Industries since 1978. Remember, we have done it all - whether in the lab or in the production area, our onsite consulting includes lab procedures, training lab personnel, production line inspections, insect/rodent control, warehouse inspections, store surveys, and consumer complaints. Our consulting expertise comes from job experience in all of the above areas. Why hire 3 or 4 when one will do it all. We specialize in: Insect Fragment and Rodent Hair Analysis and Interpretations Extraneous Matter Workshops Package Integrity Studies Storage studies with live insects Insect boring direction Howard Mold Counts FDA-DAL Evaluations Consumer Complaints Particle Identification Glass, Metals, Plastics Hair and Fiber Identification Sanitation Inspections/Audits GMP’s

CUNY Advanced Science Research Center Surface Science Suite

85 St. Nicholas Terrace, New York, NY 10031The Surface Science Facility at the CUNY ASRC offers cutting-edge surface analyzing instruments for academic and industrial researches. The facility currently has three core instruments: (1) X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) to measure the elemental composition, empirical formula, chemical state and electronic state of sample surface, (2) time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometer (TOF-SIMS) to perform elemental trace measurements of the top atomic layers of the sample surface, and (3) atomic force microscopy (AFM) to image surface topography and stiffness with nanometer resolution in air and liquid environments. Typical applications include the research fields of semiconductor devices, synthetic chemistry, nano-materials, bio-materials, 2D materials, surface coating, and biology.

Columbia University HICCC Genomics Technologies Core

1150 Saint Nicholas Avenue New York, NY 10032Screening The Genomics Technologies Shared Resource is operated jointly by the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Judith P. Sulzberger Columbia Genome Center. The facility provides access to specialized instrumentation and technical expertise in three highly complementary service components: Next-generation (Nextgen) Sequencing. Next-generation DNA sequencing and RNA-seq have made it possible not only to look at individual genomes, but also to rapidly compare genetic sequences among multiple genomes. As next-generation sequencing technologies have made it possible to generate high-resolution genomic data much more efficiently, researchers in many fields have turned to next-generation sequencing to identify particular features of the genome that contribute to specific phenotypes. High-Throughput Screening, High Content Microscopy (HTS/HCM). The HTS/HCM component of the Genomics Shared Resource supports both basic and translational biomedical research by assisting investigators in the development, optimization, and execution of high-throughput assays that deliver answers to questions of scientific interest. A unique way in which these technologies are used is to perturb cellular systems to dissect their regulatory mechanisms and the mechanism of action of small molecule and genetic perturbations. Medium-throughput Molecular Screening (MTMS). On-demand access is available to MTMP equipment such as the Fluidigm BioMark HD, and the Nanostring nCounter Analysis System.

CUNY Hunter College

695 Park Ave NY, NY 10065Hunter College, located in the heart of Manhattan, is the largest college in the City University of New York (CUNY). Founded in 1870, it is also one of the oldest public colleges in the country. More than 23,000 students currently attend Hunter, pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 170 areas of study. Hunter's student body is as diverse as New York City itself. For more than 140 years, Hunter has provided educational opportunities for women and minorities, and today, students from every walk of life and every corner of the world attend Hunter.

Columbia University Diabetes Research Center Animal Phenotyping Core

Columbia Diabetes Research Center (DRC) Russ Berrie Medical Sciences Pavilion 1150 Nicholas Ave. Suite 238 New York, NY 10032The Mouse Phenotyping Core is currently organized around the three services Body Composition, Whole Body Metabolic Assessment and Metabolic Clamp. In the near future, the Core plans to add an enteral feeding program. Body Composition measurements can be made through two systems that the Mouse Phenotyping Core operate: Dual energy x-ray absorbance (DEXA) and more recently added nuclear magnetic resonance imagining (MRI) analysis. The DEXA scanner (Piximus2) machine is located outside the mouse barrier facility and is most often used for terminal measurements or when bone density measurements are required. The MRI is located within the Berrie barrie facility and is most useful for serial measurements in mice without anesthesia. Scheduling an experiment with the core staff is done directly. The Whole Body Metabolic Assessment program allows researchers to measure whole body mouse’s metabolic activity. Through the system, the mouse’s energy expenditure, food and water intake, movement, CO2 expenditure and RQ/RER are continuously measured, in up to sixteen mice per run. The system is located within a dedicated set of rooms within the Berrie Mouse Barrier Facility and will undergo an expansion that will more than double the capacity of the system. Scheduling an experiment is done with the core staff directly.

Columbia University Diabetes Research Center Animal Phenotyping Core

1150 Saint Nicholas Avenue New York, NY, 10032 United StatesThe Mouse Phenotyping Core is currently organized around the three services Body Composition, Whole Body Metabolic Assessment and Metabolic Clamp. In the near future, the Core plans to add an enteral feeding program. Body Composition measurements can be made through two systems that the Mouse Phenotyping Core operate: Dual energy x-ray absorbance (DEXA) and more recently added nuclear magnetic resonance imagining (MRI) analysis. The DEXA scanner (Piximus2) machine is located outside the mouse barrier facility and is most often used for terminal measurements or when bone density measurements are required. The MRI is located within the Berrie barrie facility and is most useful for serial measurements in mice without anesthesia. Scheduling an experiment with the core staff is done directly. The Whole Body Metabolic Assessment program allows researchers to measure whole body mouse’s metabolic activity. Through the system, the mouse’s energy expenditure, food and water intake, movement, CO2 expenditure and RQ/RER are continuously measured, in up to sixteen mice per run. The system is located within a dedicated set of rooms within the Berrie Mouse Barrier Facility and will undergo an expansion that will more than double the capacity of the system. Scheduling an experiment is done with the core staff directly.

Cornell Nanoscale Facility

343 Campus Road Ithaca, NY, 14853 United StatesA national user facility that supports a broad range of nanoscale science and technology projects by providing state-of-the-art resources coupled with expert staff support.

CPL-Contract Pharmaceuticals

Buffalo, NY, USACPL-Contract Pharmaceuticals offers method development, validation, chromatography, spectrophotometry, microbial testing, and stability studies.

Columbia University Medical Center HICCC Biomedical Informatics Core

Irving Cancer Research Building, Room 801, 1130 St. Nicholas Avenue, New York, NY 10032The mission of the Bioinformatics Division of the BISR is to support HICCC investigators by giving them access to key expertise in the use of advanced data analysis tools and methodologies for research publications and grant proposals, reflecting established best practices, access to state of the art software, databases, and models for basic research, and access to high-performance computing infrastructure for data analysis and data sharing. The Biomedical Informatics Shared Resource uses the iLab Core Management System for service requests and billing. Before you can request services, you must log into iLab and be approved as a lab member. To access iLab, go to https://cumc.corefacilities.org and log in with your UNI and password. More information for users, PIs, and Financial Managers can be found here. The Bioinformatics Division of the BISR offers the following services: Data analysis and database access services Access to a large set of locally maintained biological databases Access to and support/consulting for a variety of public and commercial bioinformatics tools maintained by C2B2/MAGNet staff Custom bioinformatics workflow development Custom biological database development Custom websites development for data sharing and dissemination Access to high performance computing equipment for computationally intensive analyses

Columbia University Medical Center HICCC Biomedical Informatics Core

1130 Saint Nicholas Avenue New York, NY, 10032 United StatesThe mission of the Bioinformatics Division of the BISR is to support HICCC investigators by giving them access to key expertise in the use of advanced data analysis tools and methodologies for research publications and grant proposals, reflecting established best practices, access to state of the art software, databases, and models for basic research, and access to high-performance computing infrastructure for data analysis and data sharing. The Biomedical Informatics Shared Resource uses the iLab Core Management System for service requests and billing. Before you can request services, you must log into iLab and be approved as a lab member. To access iLab, go to https://cumc.corefacilities.org and log in with your UNI and password. More information for users, PIs, and Financial Managers can be found here. The Bioinformatics Division of the BISR offers the following services: Data analysis and database access services Access to a large set of locally maintained biological databases Access to and support/consulting for a variety of public and commercial bioinformatics tools maintained by C2B2/MAGNet staff Custom bioinformatics workflow development Custom biological database development Custom websites development for data sharing and dissemination Access to high performance computing equipment for computationally intensive analyses

Columbia University Diabetes Research Center Histopathology Core

Columbia Diabetes Research Center (DRC) Russ Berrie Medical Sciences Pavilion 1150 Nicholas Ave. Suite 238 New York, NY 10032The Histopathology Core is designed to assist DRC investigators in the histopathological characterization of metabolic tissues, such as muscle, liver, fat brain, pancreas, and gut, whose dysfunction can contribute to diabetes. The Core provides basic histological services, specialized immunopathology methods for detection of gene products involved in metabolic processes, histochemical staining and morphometric techniques, as well advanced imaging technologies to document and analyze findings.

Columbia University Diabetes Research Center Histopathology Core

1150 Saint Nicholas Avenue New York, NY, 10032 United StatesThe Histopathology Core is designed to assist DRC investigators in the histopathological characterization of metabolic tissues, such as muscle, liver, fat brain, pancreas, and gut, whose dysfunction can contribute to diabetes. The Core provides basic histological services, specialized immunopathology methods for detection of gene products involved in metabolic processes, histochemical staining and morphometric techniques, as well advanced imaging technologies to document and analyze findings.

Cornell Univ. Life Sciences Core Lab. Center

Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853Cornell University Life Sciences Core Laboratories Center provides proteomics, transgenics, microarray, microscopy and genomic services.

Cornell Univ. Life Sciences Core Lab. Center

Ithaca, NY United StatesCornell University Life Sciences Core Laboratories Center provides proteomics, transgenics, microarray, microscopy and genomic services.

CUNY College of Staten Island

2800 Victory Boulevard . Staten Island, New York 10314 http://www.collegeportraits.org/NY/CSI About CSI The College of Staten Island is a senior college of The City University of New York (CUNY) offering Doctoral programs, Advanced Certificate programs, and Master’s programs, as well as Bachelor’s and Associate’s degrees. The College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. CSI is home to a School of Business, School of Education, and School of Health Sciences, as well as The Verrazano School Honors Program, and the Teacher Education Honors Academy. CSI is also a select campus of the Macaulay Honors College University Scholars program. The CUNY Interdisciplinary High-Performance Computing Center, one of the most powerful supercomputers in the New York City region, handles big-data analysis for faculty researchers and their student research teams. The new luxury residence halls, Dolphin Cove, have increased the College’s national and international desirability.

CUNY Brooklyn College

2900 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11210Brooklyn College is an integral part of the civic, urban, and artistic energy of New York and uses the entire city as a living classroom that broadens our students' understanding of the world around them. For more than 85 years, the college has been attracting a wide variety of motivated students — many of them immigrants or the children of immigrants who wish to better their lives through a superb education. They come because of the college's renowned faculty of academics, professionals, and artists who are among the best in their field. They know they will be learning on a campus considered one of the most beautiful in the country, with well-equipped facilities, studios, smart classrooms, and production and practice rooms — all with a highly affordable tuition.

Chylos

20 Gloria Drive Woodbury, NY 11797-2106Chylos offers customized assays to test microsomal triglyceride transfer protein (MTP) activity, assay kits, and purified MTP for purchase.

CUNY Advanced Science Research Center Imaging Suite

85 St. Nicholas Terrace, New York, NY 10031The Imaging Facility at the CUNY ASRC currently (as of May 2016) houses state-of-art 300 kV cryo-EM, 200kV Cs corrected S/TEM, dual beam SEM/FIB, and super-resolution confocal STED microscope for advanced imaging of materials and biological samples. Future expansion of the facility includes a 120 kV TEM. The facility is open to both internal and external users. The supported applications include cryo-EM single particle data collection, S/TEM and SEM imaging, advanced FIB applications (e.g. patterning, 2D image stack, TEM lamella preparation), chemical analysis by Energy-dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy. The facility also has two plunge freezers for cryo-EM specimen preparation, plasma cleaner for SEM samples and TEM grids cleaning, and coater for coating of carbon and sputter coating of metal.

CNA Environmental

27 Kent Street Ballston Spa, NY, 12020 United StatesCNA is a Full Service Laboratory - CNA Environmental is a fully insured, certified environmental laboratory. Since 1995 we have served over 300 public water supplies and other leading businesses. Using our state-of-the-art analytical and microbial testing facilities we offer both potable and non-potable water analysis. CNA also provides various other environmental testing and analysis to companies municipalities and private homeowners.

CUNY Queens College

65-30 Kissena Blvd.| Queens, NY 11367-1597At its founding in 1937, Queens College was hailed by the people of the borough as “the college of the future.” Now part of the City University of New York (CUNY), Queens College offers a rigorous education in the liberal arts and sciences under the guidance of a faculty dedicated to both teaching and research. Students graduate with the ability to think critically, address complex problems, explore various cultures, and use modern technologies and information resources.

CH3 BioSystems

1416 Sweet Home Road Buffalo, NY, 14228 United StatesCH3 BioSystems is a biotechnology company based on an entirely new patent-protected chemical technology designed to identify and commercialize drug and diagnostic candidates.

Cleveland BioLabs

73 High Street Buffalo, NY, 14203 United States

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

One Bungtown Road Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724 USACold Spring Harbor Laboratory is a world-renowned, private research and education institution with research programs in Cancer, Neuroscience, Plant Biology, Quantitative Biology, and Bioinformatics & Genomics.

Canisius College Institute for the Study of Human-Animal Relationships (ISHAR)

2001 Main Street, Buffalo NY 14208-1517Canisius College affirms its strong commitment to the advancement of ethical thought as it pertains to mankind’s relationship with nature and the other species with which we share the planet. The Canisius College Institute for the Study of Human-Animal Relationships (ISHAR) is at the forefront of Human-Animal Studies, engaging Canisius students and members of our community in dialogs on pressing issues. ISHAR functions include: It coordinates synergy among the graduate level Master’s Program in Anthrozoology, the undergraduate Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation major, and for three undergraduate minors (Anthrozoology, Animal Behavior, and Zoo Biology). Interdisciplinary coordination among the college’s animal-related programs and our Philosophy and Religious Studies programs. An Anthrozoology Speaker Series. Biannual Anthrozoology symposia. Advocacy of animal welfare and conservation via: The Canisius Ambassadors for Conservation The Canisius Zoological Society Volunteers and Interns

Canisius College Institute for the Study of Human-Animal Relationships (ISHAR)

2001 Main Street Buffalo, NY, 14208 United StatesCanisius College affirms its strong commitment to the advancement of ethical thought as it pertains to mankind’s relationship with nature and the other species with which we share the planet. The Canisius College Institute for the Study of Human-Animal Relationships (ISHAR) is at the forefront of Human-Animal Studies, engaging Canisius students and members of our community in dialogs on pressing issues. ISHAR functions include: It coordinates synergy among the graduate level Master’s Program in Anthrozoology, the undergraduate Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation major, and for three undergraduate minors (Anthrozoology, Animal Behavior, and Zoo Biology). Interdisciplinary coordination among the college’s animal-related programs and our Philosophy and Religious Studies programs. An Anthrozoology Speaker Series. Biannual Anthrozoology symposia. Advocacy of animal welfare and conservation via: The Canisius Ambassadors for Conservation The Canisius Zoological Society Volunteers and Interns

CWS

17 Midland Drive Norwich, NY 13815 USACWS provides packaging, kitting and assembly services to pharmaceutical, cosmetic and retail industries.

CWS

Norwich, NY, 13815 United StatesCWS provides packaging, kitting and assembly services to pharmaceutical, cosmetic and retail industries.

Columbia University Medical Center SDRC Cell and Tissue Kinetics Core

630 West 168th Street VC 15-202 New York NY 10032The Cell and Tissue Kinetics Core was developed to facilitate skin-related research by assisting the center investigators in isolation and cultivation of primary skin cells in two and three-dimensional cultures and in analysis of genes related to skin diseases by efficient and systematic generation of transgenic tissue models of skin that show either transgene overexpression or suppression.

Columbia University Medical Center SDRC Cell and Tissue Kinetics Core

New York, NY, 10032 United StatesThe Cell and Tissue Kinetics Core was developed to facilitate skin-related research by assisting the center investigators in isolation and cultivation of primary skin cells in two and three-dimensional cultures and in analysis of genes related to skin diseases by efficient and systematic generation of transgenic tissue models of skin that show either transgene overexpression or suppression.

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine

Ithaca, NY, USACornell University College of Veterinary Medicine offers histopathology, diagnostic immunohistochemistry, and anatomic pathology services.

CUNY Advanced Science Research Center NanoFabrication Facility

85 St. Nicholas Terrace, New York, NY 10031Open to students, faculty and staff researchers, as well as government, and industrial partners, the NanoFabrication Facility offers a comprehensive set of tools to develop new micro and nanoscale devices, such as integrated circuits, nanophotonic and solid state devices, micro-electromechanical systems, and microfluidic systems. The NanoFabrication Facility also offers researchers the world’s most sophisticated instruments for fabrication and characterization of materials at the micro and nanoscales. In addition to these resources, access is available to shared equipment located in partner labs throughout the ASRC and CUNY.

Cornell University Institute of Biotechnology

Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 254-4636The mission of the Cornell University Biotechnology Resource Center (BRC; formerly called the Life Sciences Core Laboratories Center or the CLC) is to catalyze and promote research in the life sciences.

Certified Laboratories, Inc.

200 Express Street Plainview, NY 11803Certified Laboratories, Inc. is a private, independent laboratory comprised of four nationally recognized laboratories, Located in New York, Illinois, Southern and Northern California, each of these laboratories has developed its own area of expertise and is an acknowledged leader in the field of food analysis.

Contract Pharmacal Corp

135 Adams Avenue Hauppauge, NY 11788 USAContract Pharmacal Corp (CPC) delivers comprehensive services from conception, through development, to scale-up manufacturing and commercialization.

Contract Pharmacal Corp

Hauppauge, NY United StatesContract Pharmacal Corp (CPC) delivers comprehensive services from conception, through development, to scale-up manufacturing and commercialization.

CUNY York College

94 - 20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11451The Free Academy was established in 1847 to provide free higher education in the City of New York. In 1961, the City University of New York was established, incorporating the Free Academy and other units under the then Board of Higher Education. Today the Board of Trustees is the governing entity for The City University of New York, the largest city university system in the world. CUNY is comprised of eleven senior colleges, of which York is one, six community colleges, a graduate school, a law school, a biomedical education school, and a new graduate school of journalism. More than 200,000 students are enrolled at campuses throughout the five boroughs of the City of New York.

Creative BioStructure

21 Brookhaven BLVD Port Jefferson Station NY 11776Creative BioStructure provides crystallization services, high throughput expression and purification, structure determination, EM and NMR services. http://www.creative-biostructure.com/

Creative BioStructure

(d.b.a. Creative Biostructure) 45-1 Ramsey Rd Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCreative BioStructure provides crystallization services, high throughput expression and purification, structure determination, EM and NMR services. http://www.creative-biostructure.com/

Creative Diagnostics

45-1 Ramsey Road, Shirley, NY 11967, USACreative Diagnostics offers custom antibody development and contract assay development as well as ELISA, reagents, antibodies, and viral antigens for purchase.

Creative Diagnostics

45-1 Ramsey Road Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCreative Diagnostics offers custom antibody development and contract assay development as well as ELISA, reagents, antibodies, and viral antigens for purchase.

Clarkson University Division of Research

8 Clarkson Avenue Potsdam, NY 13699The mission of the Division of Research is to provide expert services, support, and training that enable Clarkson University to grow research. protein identification,protein characterization,mass spectrometry,proteomics

Clarkson University Division of Research

113-118 Technology Advancement Center (TAC) PO Box 5630 Potsdam, NY 13699-5630The mission of the Division of Research is to provide expert services, support, and training that enable Clarkson University to grow research. protein identification,protein characterization,mass spectrometry,proteomics

Clarkson University Division of Research

8 Clarkson Avenue 8 Clarkson Avenue Potsdam, NY, 13699 United StatesThe mission of the Division of Research is to provide expert services, support, and training that enable Clarkson University to grow research. protein identification,protein characterization,mass spectrometry,proteomics

Clarkson University Division of Research

Department of Chemistry & Biomolecular Science Clarkson University Box 5810 8 Clarkson Avenue Potsdam, NY, 13699 United StatesThe mission of the Division of Research is to provide expert services, support, and training that enable Clarkson University to grow research. protein identification,protein characterization,mass spectrometry,proteomics

Clintrak

2800 Veterans Hwy Bohemia NY 11716 USAClintrak offers clinical labeling that integrates regulatory, packaging and clinical logistics capabilities to deliver improved timelines and clinical trial materials.

Cornell University Cornell Center for Materials Research (CCMR)

627 Clark Hall of Science Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853CCMR operates world-class instruments in the following categories in multiple locations on campus. Please follow the below links for more information. Electron and Optical Microscopy General Test and Measurement Equipment Mechanical Properties Testing and Analysis Sample Preparation, Cutting, Polishing, Shaping, Joining, and Machining Soft Matter/Polymer Analysis Spectroscopy and Electronic Measurements Surface Analysis and Characterization Test Equipment Lending Library Thin Film Deposition and Material Processing X-ray and Diffraction Analysis

Columbia University Diabetes Research Center Hormone/Metabolite Core

Columbia Diabetes Research Center (DRC) Russ Berrie Medical Sciences Pavilion 1150 Nicholas Ave. Suite 238 New York, NY 10032The purpose of the Hormone/Metabolite Core Laboratory is to make available to DRC investigators a variety of analytical techniques that are of interest in the study of diabetes, atherosclerosis, obesity, insulin resistance and related problems. The services provided are best based in a Core Laboratory because they require special instrumentation and methodology which would be difficult or impractically expensive to establish in the laboratories of the individual investigators who are Users of the DRC. The Hormone/Metabolite Core Laboratory has been in operation since 1980 as part of the New York Obesity Research Center. We have now broadened the research base of this Core by making it available to the Columbia University DRC. In addition to being financially and technically expedient, the incorporation of the hormone/metabolite core in the DRC will facilitate scientific interactions between the diabetes research community in the Health Sciences campus and the New York Nutrition Obesity Research Center (NORC) at Columbia University. The closer association has been encouraged by the leadership of Columbia University as a way of coordinating scientific efforts, while maximizing utilization of existing resources and reducing the need for additional facilities, an expensive commodity in Manhattan.

Columbia University Diabetes Research Center Hormone/Metabolite Core

1150 Saint Nicholas Avenue New York, NY, 10032 United StatesThe purpose of the Hormone/Metabolite Core Laboratory is to make available to DRC investigators a variety of analytical techniques that are of interest in the study of diabetes, atherosclerosis, obesity, insulin resistance and related problems. The services provided are best based in a Core Laboratory because they require special instrumentation and methodology which would be difficult or impractically expensive to establish in the laboratories of the individual investigators who are Users of the DRC. The Hormone/Metabolite Core Laboratory has been in operation since 1980 as part of the New York Obesity Research Center. We have now broadened the research base of this Core by making it available to the Columbia University DRC. In addition to being financially and technically expedient, the incorporation of the hormone/metabolite core in the DRC will facilitate scientific interactions between the diabetes research community in the Health Sciences campus and the New York Nutrition Obesity Research Center (NORC) at Columbia University. The closer association has been encouraged by the leadership of Columbia University as a way of coordinating scientific efforts, while maximizing utilization of existing resources and reducing the need for additional facilities, an expensive commodity in Manhattan.

CUNY Advanced Science Research Center Photonics Spectroscopy Facility

85 St. Nicholas Terrace, New York, NY 10031The Photonics Spectroscopy Facility (PSF) is a shared-user facility, offering several lasers, light sources, measurement equipment, optics, and mechanical hardware to support Photonics research. The PSF is open to all students, faculty, and staff researchers, as well as government and industrial partners. A laboratory support room is available with mechanical tools, enabling users to create faster experimental setups. The lab is equipped with a fume extraction cabinet, four gas lines: one low vacuum, one compressed air, and two lines of Nitrogen and/or Argon. The facility also maintains several photonics-related software packages, along with a high-performance computing cluster for computational work.

Creative Animodel

45-16 Ramsey Road Shirley, NY 11967 USAAs an experienced bioscience CRO, we would like to help you accelerate the process through our preclinical services including PD, PK, toxicology services and the establishment of tumor-bearing animal models, the supply of tumor cell lines and tissues, and the support of tumor-related biotechniques. https://www.creative-animodel.com/

Creative Animodel

Shirley, NY United StatesAs an experienced bioscience CRO, we would like to help you accelerate the process through our preclinical services including PD, PK, toxicology services and the establishment of tumor-bearing animal models, the supply of tumor cell lines and tissues, and the support of tumor-related biotechniques. https://www.creative-animodel.com/

Columbia University Medical Center CCTI Human Studies Core

650 West 168th St. BB15-1501 New York, NY 10032Our mission is to facilitate: The design, regulatory approval, and conduct of clinically-based immunological research by CCTI investigators Communication between immunologists and clinicians to build synergy and develop innovative hypotheses, immunologic studies and therapies involving human subjects Services will include: Assistance with preparation of regulatory documents for the Institutional review Board (IRB) Assistance with recruitment of subjects to participate in immunological studies Coordination of human sample procurement Organization of seminar series and other forums promoting communication between clinicians and immunologists to foster translational immunology research

Creative Genomics

21 Brookhaven Port Jefferson Station NY 11776Creative Genomics offers genomic screening, genotyping, bioinformatics and sequencing services.

Cornell University - Biomolecular NMR Core

107 Biotechnology Building Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853

Columbia University CRR Instrument Shop

Vanderbilt Clinic 11-245 630 W. 168th St. New York, N.Y. 10032The Center for Radiological Research, directed by Gary Johnson, offers the most comprehensive design and instrument shop in the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center complex. Established in 1947, the facility has been continuously modernized and updated. Using a CAD (computer aided design) system, specialized, complex, custom-made instrumentation and equipment of almost any physical size, including micro-machining of plastics, metals, and ceramics, can be fabricated. Consultation with, and guidance for researchers is provided in determining appropriate materials and design, along with technological advice and suggestions. The shop is also equipped for micro-brazing and micro-silver soldering, as well as for plastic molding and mechanical repair of small laboratory equipment.

Columbia University Medical Center CCTI Biobank Core

The Steven and Vivienne Segal Biobank Core BB-1703 William Black Building Columbia Center for Translational Immunology Columbia University Medical Center 650 W. 168th St., NY 10032uman samples are a crucial resource for translational research. In 2010, the CCTI, jointly with the Transplant Initiative at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center created a sample processing core and biobank to facilitate translational research. The establishment of this core was made possible by a generous gift from Steven and Vivienne Segal. Its mission is to prospectively collect and store samples from recipients of all types of transplants and make these materials available to investigators for clinical research studies.

Columbia University Medical Center CCTI Biobank Core

650 West 168th Street New York, NY, 10032 United Statesuman samples are a crucial resource for translational research. In 2010, the CCTI, jointly with the Transplant Initiative at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center created a sample processing core and biobank to facilitate translational research. The establishment of this core was made possible by a generous gift from Steven and Vivienne Segal. Its mission is to prospectively collect and store samples from recipients of all types of transplants and make these materials available to investigators for clinical research studies.

CUNY Lehman College

250 Bedford Park Boulevard West - Bronx, NY 10468With more than 60,000 alumni and 12,000 students, Lehman College serves the Bronx and our surrounding region as an intellectual, economic, and cultural center. The College is named after Herbert H. Lehman, who was governor of New York State, a U.S. Senator, and an internationalist. His values of dedicated public service continue to guide the College today.

CUNY Lehman College

250 Bedford Park Boulevard West Bronx, , NY , 10468 United StatesWith more than 60,000 alumni and 12,000 students, Lehman College serves the Bronx and our surrounding region as an intellectual, economic, and cultural center. The College is named after Herbert H. Lehman, who was governor of New York State, a U.S. Senator, and an internationalist. His values of dedicated public service continue to guide the College today.

Cornell University

Day Hall Lobby Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853Cornell University focuses on research in various areas including computing and information sciences, genomics, advanced materials, and nanoscience.

Columbia University Medical Center HICCC Confocal & Specialized Microscopy Core

1130 St. Nicholas Avenue, Room 222A New York NYThe Confocal and Specialized Microscopy Shared Resource (CSMSR) provides advanced microscope systems for multidimensional optical imaging of living and fixed cells and tissues. The CSMSR offers a wide range of state-of-the-art microscopy technologies, from super-resolution microscopy to laser capture and microirradiation. Our full-time staff provide consultation, assistance, training, and technical support. Trained in cell biology, biophysics, microbiology and image analysis, with in-depth expertise in light microscopy, we can help with experimental design, image acquisition, and data interpretation. Technologies Offered (Details) Confocal microscopy (scanning and spinning-disk) Two-photon microscopy Wide-field fluorescence microscopy Digital deconvolution Transmitted-light imaging (phase, DIC, histology) Super-resolution imaging (STORM and SIM) Cell surface imaging with <100 nM z-resolution (TIRF) Laser-capture microdissection Microfluidic cell culture while imaging Software for image analysis, processing, and presentation

Chemical Distributors, Inc. (CDI)

80 Metcalfe Street Buffalo, NY 14206Chemical Distributors, Incorporated (CDI) was established in 1953. Currently, CDI operates from an 82,000 square foot facility located in Buffalo, New York. In June of 2014 we broke ground on an additional 18,000 square foot warehouse. We have multiple tractors, straight trucks, tankers, heated trailers, standard trailers, and storage tanks for various industrial inorganic chemicals. We deliver to the entire Northeast marketplace, and parts of Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Illinois and select other markets. The equipment division has salespeople in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania, as well as the local chemical/equipment salespeople and ships worldwide.

Chemical Distributors, Inc. (CDI)

80 Metcalfe Street Buffalo, , NY , 14206 United StatesChemical Distributors, Incorporated (CDI) was established in 1953. Currently, CDI operates from an 82,000 square foot facility located in Buffalo, New York. In June of 2014 we broke ground on an additional 18,000 square foot warehouse. We have multiple tractors, straight trucks, tankers, heated trailers, standard trailers, and storage tanks for various industrial inorganic chemicals. We deliver to the entire Northeast marketplace, and parts of Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Illinois and select other markets. The equipment division has salespeople in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania, as well as the local chemical/equipment salespeople and ships worldwide.

Columbia University Medical Center HICCC Biomarkers Core

Black Building 650 West 168th Street, Room 1608 NY NYThe Biomarkers Shared Resource (Biomarkers SR) is a joint resource of the Cancer Center and Columbia’s NIEHS Environmental Health in Northern Manhattan. It provides a centralized, efficient and cost-effective resource for receiving, handling and storing human samples that are collected as part of research studies in molecular epidemiology and other types of cancer-related research. Services provided include: Consultation on sample processing Preparation of kits for bio-specimen collection Processing and storage of blood components, including cells and plasma Storage of other body fluids, including urine, sputum, and oral cells Isolation of DNA/RNA with quality controls Maintenance of a sample inventory Analysis of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and DNA methylation by Pyrosequencing

Columbia University Medical Center HICCC Biomarkers Core

650 West 168th Street New York, NY, 10032 United StatesThe Biomarkers Shared Resource (Biomarkers SR) is a joint resource of the Cancer Center and Columbia’s NIEHS Environmental Health in Northern Manhattan. It provides a centralized, efficient and cost-effective resource for receiving, handling and storing human samples that are collected as part of research studies in molecular epidemiology and other types of cancer-related research. Services provided include: Consultation on sample processing Preparation of kits for bio-specimen collection Processing and storage of blood components, including cells and plasma Storage of other body fluids, including urine, sputum, and oral cells Isolation of DNA/RNA with quality controls Maintenance of a sample inventory Analysis of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and DNA methylation by Pyrosequencing

Columbia University Medical Center CCTI 2-Photon In Vivo Multiphoton/Confocal Microscopy Core

BB-828 William Black Building CCTI CUMC 650W, 168th St., NY 10032The In Vivo Multiphoton/Confocal Microscopy Core provides a cutting-edge, two-photon/confocal hybrid microscope system that allows visualization of dynamic movement and location of fluorescence-labeled cells in live animals. Our in vivo multiphoton/confocal microscopy is advantageous in the following analyses: Video-rate, or 3D time-lapse movie for the analysis of dynamic cellular behavior in live animals; 3D analysis of cell location in live animals; Subcellular-resolution imaging with weak fluorescent signals in deep tissues made possible by a multi-photon laser and 2 non-descanned detectors; Multicolor imaging (theoretically over seven colors) made possible by five single-photon lasers (458, 488, 514, 561, 633nm), one multi-photon laser, and seven detectors; Fast scanning of a large area with a resonance scanner (over 60 frames per second) is advantageous for the analysis of rare cell populations (e.g. stem cells). The director and the manager provide assistance for the experimental design, and the data interpretation. The manager operates the microscope for the user.

Creative Bioarray

SUITE 115, 17 Ramsey Road Shirley, New York, 11967 United StatesCreative Bioarray is an innovative biotechnology company whose mission is to develop unique technologies that provide researchers with the tools to investigate life science. We provide a wide range of high quality normal human and animal cells, cell culture medium and reagents, FISH probes, tissue arrays, in vitro and in vivo compound testing services for the research community. Our state-of-the-art products are currently used around the world in the biological laboratories of universities, government institutes, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical companies. https://www.creative-bioarray.com/

Creative Bioarray

45-1 Ramsey Road, Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesCreative Bioarray is an innovative biotechnology company whose mission is to develop unique technologies that provide researchers with the tools to investigate life science. We provide a wide range of high quality normal human and animal cells, cell culture medium and reagents, FISH probes, tissue arrays, in vitro and in vivo compound testing services for the research community. Our state-of-the-art products are currently used around the world in the biological laboratories of universities, government institutes, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical companies. https://www.creative-bioarray.com/

Creative Biolabs

45-1 RAMSEY ROAD SHIRLEY, NEW YORK, 11967 United StatesCreative Biolabs is a leading company of recombinant antibody (rAb) discovery and manufacturing, providing high quality service to customers in academia and industry fields all over the world. Our cutting-edge hybridoma development and phage display platforms allow the production of the most comprehensive list of recombinant antibody products and extensive service portfolio at the most competitive price. Our products range from antibody / peptide libraries, Biosimilar cell lines, Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) products, antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) to engineered antibodies such as therapeutic antibodies, nanobodies, bispecific antibodies and intrabodies. We also provide professional custom antibody discovery and engineering services, featuring phage display library construction, antibody humanization, chimerization, engineered antibody production (Fab, scFc, tribody, bispecific antibody, nanobody, minibody, etc.), antibody labeling, hybridoma/stable cell line development, membrane protein production and cGMP-manufacturing which enable larger scale antibody production for development of animal-based assays and clinical trials. https://www.creative-biolabs.com/ https://www.creativebiolabs.net/ https://www.creative-biolabs.com/car-t/ https://www.creative-biolabs.com/adc/ https://www.creative-biolabs.com/drug-discovery/therapeutics/ https://www.creative-biolabs.com/drug-discovery/diagnostics/ https://www.creative-biolabs.com/bsab/ https://www.creative-biolabs.com/vaccine/ https://www.antibody-creativebiolabs.com/

Circuit Clinical

3050 Orchard Park Road West Seneca, New York, 14224 United StatesCircuit Clinical is leading a mission to transform the way people find, choose, and participate in clinical research by building one of the largest integrated research organizations in the U.S and by creating our award winning technology TrialJourney, the first ever patient rating and review platform for clinical trials. Founded in 2015, Circuit Clinical is headquartered in Buffalo, New York, and partners with nationally recognized pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to research a range of new treatments that could improve patient health and wellbeing.

Circuit Clinical

75 Crystal Run Rd, Suite 104 Middletown, New York, 10941 United StatesCircuit Clinical is leading a mission to transform the way people find, choose, and participate in clinical research by building one of the largest integrated research organizations in the U.S and by creating our award winning technology TrialJourney, the first ever patient rating and review platform for clinical trials. Founded in 2015, Circuit Clinical is headquartered in Buffalo, New York, and partners with nationally recognized pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to research a range of new treatments that could improve patient health and wellbeing.

Circuit Clinical

1 W. Seneca St., 24th floor Middletown, NY, 10941 United StatesCircuit Clinical is leading a mission to transform the way people find, choose, and participate in clinical research by building one of the largest integrated research organizations in the U.S and by creating our award winning technology TrialJourney, the first ever patient rating and review platform for clinical trials. Founded in 2015, Circuit Clinical is headquartered in Buffalo, New York, and partners with nationally recognized pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to research a range of new treatments that could improve patient health and wellbeing.

Circuit Clinical

1 W. Seneca St., 24th floor Buffalo, NY, 14203 United StatesCircuit Clinical is leading a mission to transform the way people find, choose, and participate in clinical research by building one of the largest integrated research organizations in the U.S and by creating our award winning technology TrialJourney, the first ever patient rating and review platform for clinical trials. Founded in 2015, Circuit Clinical is headquartered in Buffalo, New York, and partners with nationally recognized pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to research a range of new treatments that could improve patient health and wellbeing.

Delta TM Technologies

Peyton Hall 65 Main Street Potsdam, NY 13676 USAProteins comprise an extremely diverse class of biological macromolecules. They are often unstable when not in their native environments, which can vary considerably. If specific buffer conditions are not maintained proteins may lose activity, aggregate or fall into proteolysis. For this reason it is essential to nominate specific factors that increase the physical and chemical stability of each target protein. For these reasons we provide 7 different testing kits for protein optimization, protein storage, protein quality control , crystallization, fragment screening At Delta Tm Technologies we have developed a series of solution based kits that can be used to define the optimal protein buffer parameters using the Thermal Stability Assay (TSA).

Dairy One

730 Warren Road, Ithaca, New York 14850Dairy One Cooperative, Inc. exists to help farms succeed. The organization is a not-for-profit cooperative with a core DHIA membership of approximately 4500 dairy farmer members throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region. Our primary business office and laboratory facilities are located in Ithaca, New York, about 2 miles from Cornell University. Dairy One employs more than 250 people, about 80 of them based in Ithaca. We are governed by a 16 member board of directors, all of whom are dairy farmers.

Dairy One

730 Warren Road, Ithaca, NY, 14850 United StatesDairy One Cooperative, Inc. exists to help farms succeed. The organization is a not-for-profit cooperative with a core DHIA membership of approximately 4500 dairy farmer members throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region. Our primary business office and laboratory facilities are located in Ithaca, New York, about 2 miles from Cornell University. Dairy One employs more than 250 people, about 80 of them based in Ithaca. We are governed by a 16 member board of directors, all of whom are dairy farmers.

Daiei Trading Co., Inc.

14-50 128th Street NY, 11356 United StatesDaiei Trading was established in Queens, New York in 1970 as a supplier to Japanese restaurants. Since then, it has become one of the finest Japanese food importers on the American Market. Today, Daiei offers over 31 brands of different Japanese food products. It has 60 employees and offices in New York, Chicago and Washington DC.

DynamixE, Inc.

57 W 57th Street, 5th Floor United States New York, NY, NY, 10019 United StatesEngineering, automation, computer systems, process engineering, commissioning, qualification, compliance and technical services to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device manufacturers in pre-clinical, clinical or commercial operations

European Human Frozen Tissue Bank

Rotterdam, Neitherland

Envol Biomedical

555 Madison Avenue New York, NY, 10022 United States• US-based non-human primates preclinical and clinical pharmacology services in support of small molecules, biologics and nucleic acids. • Access to the largest population of readily available naïve and non-naïve non-human primates (old-world and new-world) in the continental U.S. • Dedicated to providing cost-effective quality pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic studies with extremely fast turn-around time. Services and Capabilities: -Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics -Investigative and organ-specific toxicology -In vitro pharmacology and drug metabolism

Enhanced Phamcodynamics (ePD)

701 Ellicott Street Buffalo, NY, 14203 United StatesEnhanced Pharmacodynamics, LLC (ePD) is a service provider which assists clients with the design and implementation of model-informed drug development strategies in oncology and other therapeutic areas. ePD leverages the knowledge derived from the application of advanced pharmacometric and cutting-edge systems pharmacology techniques to guide dose selection and provide timely decision-making results that have a fundamental impact on drug development programs. ePD works with venture-start-ups, mid-size biotech companies and large pharma in all stages of drug development.

eMAX Health

445 Hamilton Avenue Suite 1102 White Plains, NY, 10601 United StateseMAX Health Systems, LLC was established in 2004 to provide independent research and innovative pharmaceutical commercialization support across various segments of the global healthcare system. The eMAX Health Market Access and Health Economics business includes global clinicians and researchers skilled in comparative effectiveness research, market access strategy and account pull-through programs to optimize the value of biopharmaceutical products. Its subsidiary, eMAX Health Patient Access Center helps implement medical policy by managed care organizations to improve patient access to needed treatments. eMAX Health offers independent outcomes monitoring, rebate adjudication, and administrative reporting services, bringing competing interests together to improve health outcomes and lower cost.

Evidbase Inc.

72-38 113th St 4J Forest Hills, NEW YORK (NY), 11375 United StatesAgile Solution for Your Evidence Needs

Epigentek

110 Bi County Blvd. Ste. 122 Farmingdale, NY 11735Epigentek offers epigenetic kits, antibodies, proteins, peptides, inhibitors, modulators, and services for DNA methylation, histone modification, and chromatin studies.

Environmental Testing Laboratories, Inc.

PO BOX 907 Farmingdale, NY 11735Environmental Testing Laboratories, Inc. (ETL) offers a broad range of services in environmental analysis to assist clients in complying with NPDES, STARS, and other permit requirements or environmental programs. Rapid turn-around and commitment to quality are assured by qualified personnel and state of the art instrumentation. ETL is a fully certified analytical testing laboratory in the states of NY, NJ, MA, CT, NH, PA, VA, and RI. We provide precise, accurate results using existing approved procedures, and are expert at developing novel, cost effective methods to analyze challenging, non-routine samples. Our primary functions are: Ground, surface and waste water analyses TCLP analysis Soils, sludge, sediment analysis Disposal analysis RCRA characteristic testing Leachate analysis Waste compatibility testing Solvent compatibilities and assaying In accordance with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies. Our specialized staff of qualified scientists, engineers, chemists and quality control officers adheres to strict protocol; applying innovative strategies based on sound technical and regulatory experience, insuring accurate analysis. All certifications, methodologies, personnel and equipment are listed in our continually updated Quality Manual, available for your review. In recognition of the varied environmental services we provide, and the quality and dedication of the personnel at ETL, we feel confident that we would be an asset to your company and a valued vendor to your operations. Strong environmental performance and efficiency are directly related to a company's long-term success - ETL will provide you with an efficient, environmental approach that delivers measurable return on your analytical investments.

Eurofins EAG Materials Science, LLC

103 Commerce Blvd Liverpool, NY 13088 USAEurofins EAG Materials Science, LLC has a long history, dating back to the birth of the company in 1978 in California, as Charles Evans & Associates. Over the years we have expanded from a single location offering SIMS only to having over 200 employees offering over 30 different services via 14 locations in 8 different countries. The original focus of the company was supporting semiconductor manufacturing but now we also work with multiple further industries beyond semiconductors, including: solar/PV, lighting, photonics, energy storage, aerospace & defense, medical devices, raw materials, glass, polymers and plastics and consumer products. EAG's analytical expertise is what enables us to help our clients to meet their goals. Our on-demand analytical testing services can help streamline R&D, solve urgent problems during manufacturing and help resolve materials related issues in the global supply chain, both within and between organizations.

Enzo Life Sciences

10 Executive Blvd Farmingdale, NY, 11735 United StatesEnzo Life Sciences, Inc. is a recognized leader in labeling and detection technologies across research and diagnostic markets. Our strong portfolio of proteins, antibodies, peptides, small molecules, labeling probes dyes and kits provides life science researchers tools for target identification/validation, high content analysis, gene expression analysis, nucleic acid detection, protein biochemistry and detection, and cellular analysis.

EnoGene Biotech

80 Haven Avenue New York, NY 10032, USAEnoGene Biotech provides antibody products, custom antibody development, validation, and synthesis services.

e2v

520 White Plains Road Suite 450 Tarrytown, NY 10591 USA

Expressive Neuroscience LLC

841 East Fayette Street Syracuse , NY, 13210 United StatesExpressive Neuroscience provides top quality, front-to-back CNS histology services, rapid, automated quantification of protein expression, and cloud-based tools for data visualization and analysis.

Edgemont Partners

1251 6th Avenue 46th Floor New York, NY, 10020 United StatesWe provide consulting, financing and M&A advisory services to outsourced services companies serving the biotech and pharmaceutical market.

Empire Genomics

700 Michigan Avenue Suite 200 Buffalo, NY 14203Empire Genomics offers Clinical Reference Lab Testing Services, Microarray Services, BAC clones, FISH probes, and Custom Arrays; also, qPCR and Next Gen Sequencing (NGS).

Empire Genomics

Empire Genomics 700 Michigan Avenue Suite 200 Buffalo, NY, 14203 United StatesEmpire Genomics offers Clinical Reference Lab Testing Services, Microarray Services, BAC clones, FISH probes, and Custom Arrays; also, qPCR and Next Gen Sequencing (NGS).

Fortune Bridge, Inc.

880 Marconi Ave., Ronkonkoma NY 11779, USAFounded in 1993 as a distributor of nutritional supplement to the local contract manufacturers, we have evolved over the years to become a trusted supplier of high-value functional and nutritional raw material coast-to-coast. Our clients along with mutual trusted business partnerships spread in US, Europe, East Asia and South America, ranging from the finest and most-respected food, beverage, and dietary supplement to natural health products industries. Fortune Bridge is privileged to be the specialty ingredient supplier of choice to many of these outstanding manufacturers. We understand and appreciate that you have innumerous choices when selecting ingredients for your business. Our solid and reliable relationship with raw material manufacturer and strategic approach to sourcing ensure that our raw materials would build value into your product development and R&D efforts. This combined with our commitment to service excellence assures that you will be able to depend on us time after time for value-added specialty ingredient performance.

Fortune Bridge, Inc.

880 Marconi Ave Ronkonkoma, NY, 11779 United StatesFounded in 1993 as a distributor of nutritional supplement to the local contract manufacturers, we have evolved over the years to become a trusted supplier of high-value functional and nutritional raw material coast-to-coast. Our clients along with mutual trusted business partnerships spread in US, Europe, East Asia and South America, ranging from the finest and most-respected food, beverage, and dietary supplement to natural health products industries. Fortune Bridge is privileged to be the specialty ingredient supplier of choice to many of these outstanding manufacturers. We understand and appreciate that you have innumerous choices when selecting ingredients for your business. Our solid and reliable relationship with raw material manufacturer and strategic approach to sourcing ensure that our raw materials would build value into your product development and R&D efforts. This combined with our commitment to service excellence assures that you will be able to depend on us time after time for value-added specialty ingredient performance.

Gyma

135 Cantiague Rock Road Westbury, NY 11590 USAGyma provides industry-leading expertise, cutting-edge strategy, and service tailored specifically to the needs of the pharmaceutical industry.

GeneFerm Biotechnology

No. 3, Dali 2nd Rd., Tainan Science-Based Industrial Park, Shanhua Town, Tainan County, Taiwan 741, R.O.C.GeneFerm Biotechnology offers strain improvement, recovery, purification and fermentation services for fungi, bacteria, yeast, and actinomycetes.

GenTech Scientific

23 Mill Street Arcade, NY 14009 United StatesReliability Assured! GenTech Scientific supplies quality refurbished GC, HPLC, MS, SEM/TEM , LCMS, ICP/MS instrumentation. We are a company where integrity and value counts. Superior customer service is paramount. Every customer’s needs are different and we focus on providing exactly what they need.

Girihlet, Inc.

423 West 127th Street, first floor, NY 10027We are proposing a revolutionary concept: Pay only for appropriate sequencing depth. Be genomically smart by sequencing only as much as you need. Work with us to learn how your genomics efforts need not break your bank. Sample preparation Mito-seq (mitochondrial DNA sequencing) Patented method of purifying and sequencing mtDNA for accurate determination of heteroplasmy small-RNA-seq We discovered the biases in commonly-used protocols and invented the remedy RNA-seq mRNA, circular RNAs, non-ribosomal total RNA DNA-seq Exome, Genome TCR-seq TCR repertoire in its full glory

Genomebio

100 Intrepid Lane, Suite 1 Syracuse, NY 13205 USAGenomebio, a division of AptaMatrix, offers Illumina GAIIx sequencing services.

GEN

140 Huguenot Street, 3rd Floor New Rochelle, NY, 10801-5215 United StatesGenetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN) has retained its position as the premier biotech publication since its launch in 1981. GEN publishes a print edition 21 times a year and has additional exclusive editorial content online, including news and analysis as well as webinars, videos, and polls. GEN's unique news and technology focus covers the entire bioproduct life cycle, including drug discovery, early-stage R&D, applied research (e.g., omics, biomarkers, and diagnostics), bioprocessing, and commercialization.

Grace Kingdom Beauty

Valley Cottage NYGrace Kingdom Beauty – Cosmetic Product Development Consulting Created with passion, fused with innovation, Grace Kingdom Beauty specializes in cosmetic product development and marketing in skin, hair, color and fragrance ancillary developments. Over 20 years of experience in cosmetic product formulation, raw material innovation, retail sales and bringing start-up brands from concept to counter. Ability to provide 360 degree cosmetic product development services from concept to counter as well as novel technologies for first to market. From cosmetic raw materials to formulations, from pilot to manufacturing, from retailers to consumers, from local to global, as long as it’s in BEAUTY, the possibilities are endless. Live & Breathe in Beauty. Impossible Means I’m Possible. Your perfect balance of R&D and Marketing. Contact Grace Kingdom Beauty Today to Make Your Beauty Empire A Reality. Click on the website for more!

Glauconix Biosciences, Inc

257 Fuller Road Albany, NY, 12203 United StatesGlauconix Biosciences is a specialty pharma research company that uses an innovative platform technology to reduce the cost of ophthalmic drug development. Glauconix operates out of its laboratories located at the SUNY Polytechnic Institute-Albany, NY campus. We collaborate with academic and industry partners to help screen, identify and validate the unique MOA of the most effective drug candidates. Glauconix’s 3D tissue system can reduce the risk of clinical trial failure; saving time, labor and development costs. Early identification and validation of effective compounds or biologics, allows partners to confidently enter clinical trial.

Glauconix Biosciences, Inc

251 Fuller Road Albany, NY, 12203 United StatesGlauconix Biosciences is a specialty pharma research company that uses an innovative platform technology to reduce the cost of ophthalmic drug development. Glauconix operates out of its laboratories located at the SUNY Polytechnic Institute-Albany, NY campus. We collaborate with academic and industry partners to help screen, identify and validate the unique MOA of the most effective drug candidates. Glauconix’s 3D tissue system can reduce the risk of clinical trial failure; saving time, labor and development costs. Early identification and validation of effective compounds or biologics, allows partners to confidently enter clinical trial.

Gene Link

190 Saw Mill River Rd. Hawthorne, NY, 10532 United StatesGene Link provides complex modified custom RNA. DNA, chimeric and fluorescent oligonucleotides synthesis.

Gene Link

8 Westchester Plaza Select or enter, 10523 United StatesGene Link provides complex modified custom RNA. DNA, chimeric and fluorescent oligonucleotides synthesis.

Great Lakes Cheese

23 Phelps Street Adams, NY 13605 About Us Company Overview Awards Locations FAQs Careers Over 50 years of Excellence in Cheese Making It was 1958 when Swiss immigrant Hans Epprecht began his small business that delivered bulk cheeses to neighborhood stores in Cleveland, Ohio on the southern shore of Lake Erie. Before long, retailers began asking for wrapped, pre-cut cheeses in smaller sizes and in more cheese varieties so they could better satisfy their customers. This is where the Great Lakes Cheese tradition began. Since then, Great Lakes has grown rapidly by acquisition, plant expansions, investment in the best technologies for production and distribution – and by setting high industry standards for service. Currently, Great Lakes serves the nation's retailers and food service operations with nine strategic facilities across the U.S. We earn this proud tradition of award-winning quality and customer satisfaction every day.

Hofstra University

Hempstead, New York 11549-1000Hofstra University can help you get where you want to go, with small classes, dedicated faculty and a beautiful, energized campus, plus all the opportunities of New York City within easy reach. Find your future by choosing from about 140 undergraduate programs and about 150 graduate programs, in Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business, Communication, Education, Health Sciences and Human Services, Engineering and Applied Science and Honors studies, as well as a School of Law and School of Medicine. The student-faculty ratio of 14 to 1 and a priority on teaching excellence ensures you're part of creating your own success.

Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute - IMCA-CAT

700 ELLICOTT ST BUFFALO, NY, 14203 United StatesAbout Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute (HWI) is an independent, non-profit research institute with a dedicated team applying their intellect every day to the goal of improving the health of others using structural biology. Founded in 1956, HWI houses researchers dedicated to studying the foundations of disease, looking at biology at the same scale as pharmaceuticals. We have a rich history of innovation, discovery, and education, and are a founder institute of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. www.hwi.buffalo.edu

Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons

Vassar Brothers Medical Center Ambulatory Surgery Center 45 Reade Place, Poughkeepsie, New York 12601 A leading eye care facility with experience leading clinical trials

Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons

200 Westage Business Center Drive Fishkill, NY, 12524 United States A leading eye care facility with experience leading clinical trials

Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute - High-Throughput Crystallization Screening Center

700 Ellicott Street Buffalo, NY, 14203 United StatesThe High-Throughput Crystallization Screening Center at HWI performs crystal-growth screening experiments for both soluble and membrane biological macromolecules. Experimental screening of 1,536 different chemical cocktails to find initial crystallization conditions for both soluble and membrane biological macromolecules. Each condition is monitored with a robust imaging schedule using brightfield, SONICC, and UV-TPEF imaging methods to quickly identify potential crystallization hits. The Crystallization Center has set up over 25 million crystallization experiments on over 17,000 samples. Our goal is to provide access to expertise, equipment and technology to facilitate efficient crystallization of biological macromolecules. About Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute (HWI) is an independent, non-profit research institute with a dedicated team applying their intellect every day to the goal of improving the health of others using structural biology. Founded in 1956, HWI houses researchers dedicated to studying the foundations of disease, looking at biology at the same scale as pharmaceuticals. We have a rich history of innovation, discovery, and education, and are a founder institute of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. www.hwi.buffalo.edu

Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute - High-Throughput Crystallization Screening Center

National Crystallization Center 700 Ellicott Street Buffalo, NY, 14203 United StatesThe High-Throughput Crystallization Screening Center at HWI performs crystal-growth screening experiments for both soluble and membrane biological macromolecules. Experimental screening of 1,536 different chemical cocktails to find initial crystallization conditions for both soluble and membrane biological macromolecules. Each condition is monitored with a robust imaging schedule using brightfield, SONICC, and UV-TPEF imaging methods to quickly identify potential crystallization hits. The Crystallization Center has set up over 25 million crystallization experiments on over 17,000 samples. Our goal is to provide access to expertise, equipment and technology to facilitate efficient crystallization of biological macromolecules. About Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute (HWI) is an independent, non-profit research institute with a dedicated team applying their intellect every day to the goal of improving the health of others using structural biology. Founded in 1956, HWI houses researchers dedicated to studying the foundations of disease, looking at biology at the same scale as pharmaceuticals. We have a rich history of innovation, discovery, and education, and are a founder institute of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. www.hwi.buffalo.edu

Hanford

P.O. Box 1017 Syracuse, NY 13201-1017 USAHanford Pharmaceuticals produces private-label and generic antibiotics.

HistoGenetics

300 Executive Blvd Ossining , New York, 10562 United StatesHistoGenetics is a New York-based Biotech firm which uses state-of-the-art robotics, software, and provides a suite of tissue-typing, genomics and pharmacogenetic services. With a long history for high-volume, high-speed gene sequencing projects and with the highest level of quality assurance and accelerated turnaround times. HistoGenetics uses a diverse range of platforms such as Pacific Biosciences, Illumina, and Bionano Genomics for clinical, translational, and research applications.

HistoWiz

760 Parkside Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11226 USAHistoWiz is the largest online histopathology service company for biomedical researchers. We have automated and streamlined the repetitive histology process allowing you to focus on your research. Compared to the academic core facility, HistoWiz offers: Faster turnaround time Higher quality More consistency Full service Easier data access and archival Better tools for collaboration Cancer pathology expertise Our clients tell us that HistoWiz saves them money and most importantly time. Here are a few key facts about HistoWiz: 1,500+ customers from top academic labs and pharmas, including MSKCC, Stanford, Harvard, MD Anderson, Jackson Lab, HHMI, Regeneron, Alexion, GSK, Boehringer Ingelheim, EMD Serono Customers place orders on PathologyMap, our end-to-end platform for anyone doing histopathology. This online platform not only enables industry-leading histology service with a guaranteed 48-hour turnaround time from wet tissue to digital slides (IHC, H&E, special stains), but also unprecedented viewing, slide management, collaboration, tagging, image analysis and peer review. Most importantly, it enables you to search and discover new insights from a growing database of 60,000+ licensed and annotated digital slides from all over the world. You can also purchase unstained slides from specific species, genotype, phenotype, organ, strain, and experimental treatment conditions from our preclinical tissue repository, saving you many years of work. Built the first online pathologist network with 60+ board-certified human and veterinary pathologists coming from top institutions (e.g. Harvard, Mayo Clinic, FDA) with different sub-specialties who can provide on-demand diagnosis through our platform

HistoWiz

760 Parkside Avenue NY, 11226 United StatesHistoWiz is the largest online histopathology service company for biomedical researchers. We have automated and streamlined the repetitive histology process allowing you to focus on your research. Compared to the academic core facility, HistoWiz offers: Faster turnaround time Higher quality More consistency Full service Easier data access and archival Better tools for collaboration Cancer pathology expertise Our clients tell us that HistoWiz saves them money and most importantly time. Here are a few key facts about HistoWiz: 1,500+ customers from top academic labs and pharmas, including MSKCC, Stanford, Harvard, MD Anderson, Jackson Lab, HHMI, Regeneron, Alexion, GSK, Boehringer Ingelheim, EMD Serono Customers place orders on PathologyMap, our end-to-end platform for anyone doing histopathology. This online platform not only enables industry-leading histology service with a guaranteed 48-hour turnaround time from wet tissue to digital slides (IHC, H&E, special stains), but also unprecedented viewing, slide management, collaboration, tagging, image analysis and peer review. Most importantly, it enables you to search and discover new insights from a growing database of 60,000+ licensed and annotated digital slides from all over the world. You can also purchase unstained slides from specific species, genotype, phenotype, organ, strain, and experimental treatment conditions from our preclinical tissue repository, saving you many years of work. Built the first online pathologist network with 60+ board-certified human and veterinary pathologists coming from top institutions (e.g. Harvard, Mayo Clinic, FDA) with different sub-specialties who can provide on-demand diagnosis through our platform

HistoWiz

760 Parkside Ave, Suite 121 Brooklyn, NY, 11226 United StatesHistoWiz is the largest online histopathology service company for biomedical researchers. We have automated and streamlined the repetitive histology process allowing you to focus on your research. Compared to the academic core facility, HistoWiz offers: Faster turnaround time Higher quality More consistency Full service Easier data access and archival Better tools for collaboration Cancer pathology expertise Our clients tell us that HistoWiz saves them money and most importantly time. Here are a few key facts about HistoWiz: 1,500+ customers from top academic labs and pharmas, including MSKCC, Stanford, Harvard, MD Anderson, Jackson Lab, HHMI, Regeneron, Alexion, GSK, Boehringer Ingelheim, EMD Serono Customers place orders on PathologyMap, our end-to-end platform for anyone doing histopathology. This online platform not only enables industry-leading histology service with a guaranteed 48-hour turnaround time from wet tissue to digital slides (IHC, H&E, special stains), but also unprecedented viewing, slide management, collaboration, tagging, image analysis and peer review. Most importantly, it enables you to search and discover new insights from a growing database of 60,000+ licensed and annotated digital slides from all over the world. You can also purchase unstained slides from specific species, genotype, phenotype, organ, strain, and experimental treatment conditions from our preclinical tissue repository, saving you many years of work. Built the first online pathologist network with 60+ board-certified human and veterinary pathologists coming from top institutions (e.g. Harvard, Mayo Clinic, FDA) with different sub-specialties who can provide on-demand diagnosis through our platform

Hukseflux

P.O. Box 850 Manorville, NY 11949 USAHukseflux manufactures thermal sensor products for thermal heat flux, thermal conductivity, and solar insolation measurement analysis.

Hospital for Special Surgery Microscopy Core

Room G 41, Ground Floor, Caspary Research Building, Hospital for Special Surgery 541 E. 71th Street, New York, New York 10021These services are utilized by the research and clinical staff of Hospital for Special Surgery on a "fee-for service" basis. The laboratory also provides services to users outside of HSS.

Henry Schein

Melville, NY United StatesHenry Schein offers dental and medical equipment and products.

Henry Schein

Melville, NY, USAHenry Schein offers dental and medical equipment and products.

Health Research, Inc. (HRI)

Riverview Center, Menands, NY 12204Health Research Incorporated (HRI) contributes to the health and well-being of the people of New York State by complementing and enabling the strategic public health goals of the New York State Department of Health (DOH), Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI), and other health-related entities. HRI provides best-in-class resource administration for stakeholders and programs related to the work and priorities of the Department of Health and its other partners. HRI does this through the provision of knowledge, expertise, funding guidance, and fiduciary oversight of sponsored program funding for public health and research programs in concert with community partnerships.

Howell Packaging

79 Pennsylvania Avenue PO Box 286 Elmira, NY 14902 USAHowell Packaging provides contract packaging, distribution, package design and supply chain management.

iFyber

950 Danby Rd Suite 198 Ithaca, NY, 14850 United States

InGenious Targeting Lab.

2200 Smithtown Avenue Ronkonkoma, NY, 11779 United Statesingenious targeting laboratory - you think it up, we knock it out (or in!) We are the leading global provider of custom genetically modified mouse models, with over two decades of published expertise. We offer a full range of custom knockout or knockin mouse model options to meet your research needs, including: CRISPR/Cas9 mouse models, conventional/conditional gene knockouts, point mutations and other types of knockins (e.g., reporter genes, custom cassettes), ROSA26 cDNA over-expression models, and exclusive cutting edge technologies such as our inducible/reversible F.A.S.T.™ knockin system and our TruHumanization™ knockin technology for creating advanced mouse models. ingenious has built a reputation of custom mouse models on a foundation of over 2,000 completed projects and many more underway.

Ichor Life Sciences

Peyton Hall 65 Main Street Potsdam, NY, 13676 United StatesIchor Life Sciences is a premier boutique preclinical services partner. Ichor has been formed by consolidating the services of Woodland Biosciences (In vivo and In vitro Pharmacology) and Icaria Life Sciences (Protein Sciences and Structure Based Drug Discovery). Pharmacology: We offer a wide range of preclinical services including in vitro testing, in vivo efficacy and non-GLP toxicology and also can perform histology and other ex-vivo studies. We specialize in preclinical PK/PD and efficacy models in oncology, metabolic diseases including fatty liver disease, NASH, NAFLD, HFD, diet-induced obesity and geriatric models. Oncology Models: Syngeneic Models 4T1: Mammary Cancer​ B16-F10: Melanoma CT-26: Colon Carcinoma EMT6: Mammary Carcinoma LL/2: Lewis Lung Carcinoma MOC1: Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma Renca: Renal Adenocarcinoma​ UNKC-6141: Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma Xenografts A375: Melanoma​ A549: Lung Carcinoma HCT116: Colorectal Carcinoma L3.6PL: Pancreatic Carcinoma MHCC97H: Hepatocellular carcinoma SNU-638: Gastric Adenocarcinoma​ U-87 MG: Glioblastoma Geriatric Models Wound healing models Senescent models Life span models Standard models in geriatric phenotype New model development Discovery (Protein Sciences):: Our Discovery and Protein Sciences division is focused exclusively on providing the most comprehensive suite of instruments and expertise for Protein Expression, Binding Assays and Structure Based Drug Design (SBDD). We provide structural insight allowing for highly confident decision-making early in the discovery process. With state of the art of protein production, X-Ray crystallography, CryoEM grid optimization, MS, SPR, SHG, NMR, Thermostability, and Fragment Based Screening, we can support your most challenging research projects. Protein Sciences: Expression Systems: Bacteria, Yeast, Insect and Mammalian Expression Designs: Rational Design, Machine Learning/DoE Structure: X-ray Crystallography CryoTEM Mass Spectrometry Biophysics and Assays: Binding Kinetics Thermodynamics Stoichiometry Functional Stability/Release Capabilities: SPR, BLI, ITC, FP, TFER, NMR, CD, DLS and MS

Ichor Life Sciences

2561 US Route 11 LaFayette, NY, 13084 United StatesIchor Life Sciences is a premier boutique preclinical services partner. Ichor has been formed by consolidating the services of Woodland Biosciences (In vivo and In vitro Pharmacology) and Icaria Life Sciences (Protein Sciences and Structure Based Drug Discovery). Pharmacology: We offer a wide range of preclinical services including in vitro testing, in vivo efficacy and non-GLP toxicology and also can perform histology and other ex-vivo studies. We specialize in preclinical PK/PD and efficacy models in oncology, metabolic diseases including fatty liver disease, NASH, NAFLD, HFD, diet-induced obesity and geriatric models. Oncology Models: Syngeneic Models 4T1: Mammary Cancer​ B16-F10: Melanoma CT-26: Colon Carcinoma EMT6: Mammary Carcinoma LL/2: Lewis Lung Carcinoma MOC1: Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma Renca: Renal Adenocarcinoma​ UNKC-6141: Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma Xenografts A375: Melanoma​ A549: Lung Carcinoma HCT116: Colorectal Carcinoma L3.6PL: Pancreatic Carcinoma MHCC97H: Hepatocellular carcinoma SNU-638: Gastric Adenocarcinoma​ U-87 MG: Glioblastoma Geriatric Models Wound healing models Senescent models Life span models Standard models in geriatric phenotype New model development Discovery (Protein Sciences):: Our Discovery and Protein Sciences division is focused exclusively on providing the most comprehensive suite of instruments and expertise for Protein Expression, Binding Assays and Structure Based Drug Design (SBDD). We provide structural insight allowing for highly confident decision-making early in the discovery process. With state of the art of protein production, X-Ray crystallography, CryoEM grid optimization, MS, SPR, SHG, NMR, Thermostability, and Fragment Based Screening, we can support your most challenging research projects. Protein Sciences: Expression Systems: Bacteria, Yeast, Insect and Mammalian Expression Designs: Rational Design, Machine Learning/DoE Structure: X-ray Crystallography CryoTEM Mass Spectrometry Biophysics and Assays: Binding Kinetics Thermodynamics Stoichiometry Functional Stability/Release Capabilities: SPR, BLI, ITC, FP, TFER, NMR, CD, DLS and MS

Ichor Life Sciences

2561 US Route 11 LaFayette, NY, 13084 United StatesIchor Life Sciences is a premier boutique preclinical services partner. Ichor has been formed by consolidating the services of Woodland Biosciences (In vivo and In vitro Pharmacology) and Icaria Life Sciences (Protein Sciences and Structure Based Drug Discovery). Pharmacology: We offer a wide range of preclinical services including in vitro testing, in vivo efficacy and non-GLP toxicology and also can perform histology and other ex-vivo studies. We specialize in preclinical PK/PD and efficacy models in oncology, metabolic diseases including fatty liver disease, NASH, NAFLD, HFD, diet-induced obesity and geriatric models. Oncology Models: Syngeneic Models 4T1: Mammary Cancer​ B16-F10: Melanoma CT-26: Colon Carcinoma EMT6: Mammary Carcinoma LL/2: Lewis Lung Carcinoma MOC1: Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma Renca: Renal Adenocarcinoma​ UNKC-6141: Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma Xenografts A375: Melanoma​ A549: Lung Carcinoma HCT116: Colorectal Carcinoma L3.6PL: Pancreatic Carcinoma MHCC97H: Hepatocellular carcinoma SNU-638: Gastric Adenocarcinoma​ U-87 MG: Glioblastoma Geriatric Models Wound healing models Senescent models Life span models Standard models in geriatric phenotype New model development Discovery (Protein Sciences):: Our Discovery and Protein Sciences division is focused exclusively on providing the most comprehensive suite of instruments and expertise for Protein Expression, Binding Assays and Structure Based Drug Design (SBDD). We provide structural insight allowing for highly confident decision-making early in the discovery process. With state of the art of protein production, X-Ray crystallography, CryoEM grid optimization, MS, SPR, SHG, NMR, Thermostability, and Fragment Based Screening, we can support your most challenging research projects. Protein Sciences: Expression Systems: Bacteria, Yeast, Insect and Mammalian Expression Designs: Rational Design, Machine Learning/DoE Structure: X-ray Crystallography CryoTEM Mass Spectrometry Biophysics and Assays: Binding Kinetics Thermodynamics Stoichiometry Functional Stability/Release Capabilities: SPR, BLI, ITC, FP, TFER, NMR, CD, DLS and MS

InvivoPharm

Stony Brook University Incubator at Calverton 4603 Middle Country Rd. Calverton NY 11933InvivoPharm provides drug-receptor occupancy, autoradiography, and radiolabeled drug distribution.

InvivoPharm

2200 Smithtown Ave LAKE RONKONKOMA, NY, 11779 United StatesInvivoPharm provides drug-receptor occupancy, autoradiography, and radiolabeled drug distribution.

International Research Services

222 Grace Church Street Port Chester NY 10573International Research Services, Inc. (IRSI) is a privately held clinical research company founded in 1977 by Stephen Schwartz, President and CEO. IRSI serves the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. Specializing in dermatological safety and efficacy testing, IRSI is a leader in biophysical instrumental analysis of the effects of test products on human skin condition. Additionally, IRSI has phase I-IV Rx and OTC trial experience in numerous other clinical indications including acid indigestion, diabetes, weight loss, constipation, common cold/cough, smoking cessation, pediatric safety testing, and odor threshold tolerance. With our partner, BIOalternatives IRSI is the only US company that can offer both in vivo and in vitro efficacy programs. These factors combine to provide valuable depth of experience to our clients.

Immunocure LLC

94, Greene Ave # A Brooklyn, NY, 111238 United StatesImmunocure Discovery Solutions is a Drug Discovery CRO powered with AI and computational chemistry scientific team. We help organisations accelerate their discovery while maintaining the highest level of confidentiality and integrity. We have existing clients in the USA who are very happy about the results that we have produced. We have a head office in the USA and back-office & team in India.

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai - Genomic Core

1425 Madison Avenue New York NY - Icahn Building

Immune Technology

954 Lexington Ave. #170 New York NY 10021-5013 USAImmune Technology provides viral proteins, expression, antibodies, purification, and transfection reagents.

Institute for Clinical Pharmacodynamics

242 Broadway Suite 101 Schenectady, NY , 12305 United StatesICPD serves as a center for translational science collaboration to the world. We help pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies get safer and more effective drugs to patients through advanced methods of pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic system analysis.

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai - Immunogenetics Core

1450 Madison Avenue (Klingenstein Clinical Center) Basement Level New York, NY 10029The Immunogenetics laboratory at the Mount Sinai Health System provides clinical HLA (histocompatibility leucocyte antigen) testing services to support the hematopoietic stem cell transplantation program. HLA testing is also available for other clinical applications and clinical research purposes. The Laboratory is accredited by the American Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics (ASHI), the College of American Pathologists (CAP), and the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). The Immunogenetics clinical services we provide, include: HLA Testing for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation HLA Typing and HLA Antibody Testing for Other Clinical Applications Routine Turn-Around-Time (TAT) or STAT Testing

IBM

1 New Orchard Road Armonk, NY 10504-1722 USAIBM offers software solutions to support database management and statistical analysis.

IBM

Armonk, NY, 10504 United StatesIBM offers software solutions to support database management and statistical analysis.

IMMCO Diagnostics

60 Pineview Drive Buffalo NY 14228IMMCO Diagnostics provides histology, serology, genetics, assay development, and pathology.

iuvo BioScience, LLC

7500 W. Henrietta Road Rush, NY 14543iuvo BioScience LLC, headquartered in Rush, NY, maintains a 30,000-square-foot preclinical laboratory testing facility that offers on-site AAALAC-accredited vivarium, microbiology and specialty testing services for the medical device and pharmaceutical industries, as well as complete validation and testing for the Erie, PA site sterilization services operations. iuvo BioScience has a talented team whose breadth of testing and consulting expertise spans multiple disciplines including Analytical Chemistry, Microbiology, Toxicology, and Sterilization within the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, medical device and diagnostic industries.

iuvo BioScience, LLC

7500 W. Henrietta Road Rush, NY, 14543 United Statesiuvo BioScience LLC, headquartered in Rush, NY, maintains a 30,000-square-foot preclinical laboratory testing facility that offers on-site AAALAC-accredited vivarium, microbiology and specialty testing services for the medical device and pharmaceutical industries, as well as complete validation and testing for the Erie, PA site sterilization services operations. iuvo BioScience has a talented team whose breadth of testing and consulting expertise spans multiple disciplines including Analytical Chemistry, Microbiology, Toxicology, and Sterilization within the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, medical device and diagnostic industries.

Integrated Tissue Dynamics LLC

7 University Pl Rensselear, NY, 12144 United StatesINTiDYN provides a proprietary ChemoMorphometric Analysis (CMA) platform technology to produce comprehensive multi-immunolabel (mIL) and RNA hybridization evaluations of complex tissues in situ. Tissue specimen from developmental animal models through human clinical studies can be evaluated utilizing a wide array of potential biomarkers. INTiDYN clients can provide specific and/or proprietary biomarkers for use on any study, or make use of INTiDYN validated in-house biomarker panels. INTiDYN provides our clients with study design consultation to optimize use of selected tissues. INTiDYN creates cost-effective, highly actionable data sets, with a wide-range of utility for the academic, biotech, and pharmaceutical research industry.

Ithaca College

953 Danby Rd, Ithaca NY 14850ision Statement Ithaca College strives to become the standard of excellence for residential comprehensive colleges, fostering intellect, creativity, and character in an active, student-centered learning community. Mission Statement To provide a foundation for a lifetime of learning, Ithaca College is dedicated to fostering intellectual growth, aesthetic appreciation, and character development in our students. The Ithaca College community thrives on the principles that knowledge is acquired through discipline, competence is established when knowledge is tempered by experience, and character is developed when competence is exercised for the benefit of others. A comprehensive college that since its founding has recognized the value of combining theory and performance, Ithaca provides a rigorous education blending liberal arts and professional programs of study. Our teaching and scholarship are motivated by the need to be informed by, and to contribute to, the world's scientific and humanistic enterprises. Learning at Ithaca extends beyond the classroom to encompass a broad range of residential, professional, and extracurricular opportunities. Our undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, and alumni all contribute to the learning process. Ithaca College is committed to attracting a diverse body of students, faculty, and staff. All members of the College community are encouraged to achieve excellence in their chosen fields and to share the responsibilities of citizenship and service in the global community.

Infiuss Health

1 Seneca Street 24th Floor Buffalo, NY, 14203 United StatesWe enable access to global clinical research studies. Launch your clinical study and find thousands of vetted, eligible participants, sites and primary investigators in minutes. Clinical Research services include: Investigational site finder, Principal Investigator finder, Site Feasibility, ICF writing & translations, Ethics submissions, Regulatory submissions, site selection & initiation, Site training, Patient recruitment, Clinical Trial Monitoring & reporting, Central lab services, IP Accountability, Safety Reporting & Data Management

In-Vivo Molecular Imaging Laboratory

One Gustave L. Levy Place, Box 1234 New York, NY 10029In-Vivo Molecular Imaging Laboratory offers imaging services.

IMR Test Labs

131 Woodsedge Drive Lansing, NY 14882

IMR Test Labs

131 Woodsedge Drive Lansing, NY, 14882 United States

JDJ Bioservices

576 Swan St.JDJ Bioservices offers organic synthesis, molecular biology, protein expression/purification, compound screening, and small animal pharmacokinetics services.

Krackeler Scientific

57 Broadway, Albany, NY 12202 USAKrackeler Scientific is a leading, full-line distributor of general laboratory supplies, large and small equipment, chemicals, bioreagents, chromatography consumables, tissue culture products, sophisticated biological kits, media and supplements, lab safety products, and just about anything else you’d want to find in a scientific space.

Krackeler Scientific

57 Broadway Albany, NY, 12202 United StatesKrackeler Scientific is a leading, full-line distributor of general laboratory supplies, large and small equipment, chemicals, bioreagents, chromatography consumables, tissue culture products, sophisticated biological kits, media and supplements, lab safety products, and just about anything else you’d want to find in a scientific space.

Kolmar Labs Group

20 West King Street, Port Jervis, NY 12771 USANorth America's Premier Custom Formulator and Manufacturer of Color Cosmetics, Skincare and Personal Care Products

KGK Synergize

Room 132G, Health Services BuildingKGK Synergize provides preclinical studies, clinical trials, in vivo and vitro services, and consulting.

Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital Center for Laboratory Animals

No.199, Tunghwa Rd., Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.CIn the 1970's, Taiwan enjoyed a prospering economy and a rapidly rising living standard. However, despite this increase in the country's wealth, the quality of Taiwan's medical services and the advancement of technologies still lagged significantly behind. Not only were there limited institutions that offered training to the local medical graduate students, those who went abroad for further training also found themselves unable to put to use their acquired skills and knowledge. Thus, the demand for medical services in Taiwan remained unmet. In pursuit to provide the people of Taiwan with high quality healthcare, Formosa Plastic Group Chairman Yung-Ching Wang and President Yung-Tsai Wang established Chang Gung Memorial.Hospital (CGMH) in 1976 in memory of their father,Mr.Chang-Gung Wang. During the early periods of its establishment, CGMH had played the role as a mediating center that introduced modern medical knowledge and technologies from around the world to Taiwan, now it aspires tobecome a world class medical center. Our physicians, nursing staffs and medical allies work closely as a team to provide our patients with complete physical, psychological and social care. Moreover, in order to meet the people's growing demands for medical services, our hospitals were built in Keelung and Kaohsiung following those in Taipei & Linkou. Also, Chang-Gung Institute of Nursing and Chang-Gung University were established. The University and the Hospital work effectively together by complementing each other and its collaboration facilitates both basic research and clinical medicine.

Koch Institute For Integrative Cancer Research - Swanson Biotechnology Center - Animal Imaging and Preclinical Testing

Animal Imaging & Preclinical Testing Core Koch Institute at MIT 500 Main Street Cambridge, MA 02139

Litron Laboratories

3500 Winton Place Rochester, NY, 14623 United StatesState-of-the-art flow cytometric methods Litron has spent the last 40 years providing critical data to pharmaceutical, medical device, government and contract research organizations around the world. With a laser focus on DNA damage and other toxic effects, we develop state-of-the-art flow cytometric methods to solve challenging problems for the toxicology industry. Based on these methods, we have created kits for your use. Whether you prefer shipping samples to us, or analyzing them yourself with your own in-house flow cytometer, we have a solution for you. Unique to Litron is the personal touch you receive. Our free, unlimited, technical support puts you in contact with the same scientists who developed these advanced methods. We are always a phone call or email away to review your flow cytometry plots or help fine-tune your study design.

Litron Laboratories

3500 Winton Place Rochester, NY, 14623 United StatesState-of-the-art flow cytometric methods Litron has spent the last 40 years providing critical data to pharmaceutical, medical device, government and contract research organizations around the world. With a laser focus on DNA damage and other toxic effects, we develop state-of-the-art flow cytometric methods to solve challenging problems for the toxicology industry. Based on these methods, we have created kits for your use. Whether you prefer shipping samples to us, or analyzing them yourself with your own in-house flow cytometer, we have a solution for you. Unique to Litron is the personal touch you receive. Our free, unlimited, technical support puts you in contact with the same scientists who developed these advanced methods. We are always a phone call or email away to review your flow cytometry plots or help fine-tune your study design.

Luitpold Pharmaceuticals

One Luitpold Drive P.O. Box 9001 Shirley, NY 11967 USALuitpold Pharmaceuticals is dedicated to the development and marketing of innovative, quality drugs and medical devices.

Lucerna, Inc.

760 Parkside Avenue Suite 311 Brooklyn, NY, 11226 United StatesLucerna, Inc. is a biotechnology tool company focused on developing and commercializing the fluorescent aptamer technology (Spinach™) for the purposes of: 1.) Providing plug-and-play RNA imaging and detection systems as research reagents, 2.) Developing high-throughput screening platforms to enable new drug discovery of previous intractable targets, and 3.) Developing fluorescent sensors for industrial production applications.

LIEBERMAN RESEARCH GROUP

Lieberman New York Headquarters 98 Cutter Mill Road Great Neck, NY 11021A full service market research company built to respond to your needs

London Genetics

271 Regent StreetLondon Genetics provides genomics, diagnostic development, disease study management, health-related studies, and DNA/RNA analysis.

LiDestri Food & Beverage

815 Whitney Rd, Fairport, NY 14450With more than 35 years of experience, LiDestri Food & Beverage is the premier manufacturer of sauces, dips and salsas in the United States. Coast to coast, we have multiple manufacturing locations where we produce more than two million jars of sauces and dips per day and offer the lowest landed cost available.

Lake Immunogenics

Ontario, NY, 14519 United StatesLake Immunogenics offers custom polyclonal antibodies, plasma products, preclinical large animal studies, and microbiology services.

Life Science Laboratory

5854 Butternut Drive East Syracuse, NY 13057Life Science Laboratories, Inc. (LSL) is engaged in a wide variety of analytical and consulting services. We are presently involved in environmental analysis, microbiological analysis, environmental forensics analysis, and applied research and development. We also consult with industrial clients to aid in the solution of their problems and conduct audits of facilities to evaluate their compliance with various governmental regulations.

Lechler Laboratories, Inc.

100 Red Schoolhouse Road Chestnut Ridge NJ 10977Lechler Labs, Inc. has been developing and producing color cosmetic, skin care and hair care formulations for select private label clients since the 1950’s. As a small manufacturing business, our expertise and area of specialization has evolved into being the trusted R&D resource for other small health and beauty brands. • Stock or custom formulations under your own private label. • Ability to quickly create products • Low minimums of top quality, specialized products • Over sixty year’s experience in formula research and product development. • Fluency in Spanish, French and German. • Vegan formulations available. Lechler Labs, Inc. will manufacturer products in quantities as low as 1000 units. We can provide product development, packaging assistance and component decoration. We can fill bottles, jars, pots, multi-cavity trays, tottles, plastic tubes and sticks.

Luminex

439 University AvenueLuminex provides expression profiling, genomic research, immunodiagnostics, and genetic disease studies. LuminexPLORE Lab is a custom services program that uses industry-leading xMAP technology to offer researchers a competitive edge for scientific breakthroughs. Luminex's team of Applications Scientists are experts in immunoassay and genomic assay development using xMAP and xTAG technologies. Our technologies currently serve a vast community of researchers and scientists with their own custom needs. Whether you are a new assay developer or trying to accelerate your project, LuminexPLORE Lab can help your lab reach its goals faster.

Montefiore Medical Center

111 East 210th Street, Bronx, NY 10467As the academic medical center and University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center is nationally recognized for clinical excellence—breaking new ground in research, training the next generation of healthcare leaders, and delivering science-driven, patient-centered care. Montefiore is ranked among the top hospitals nationally and regionally by U.S. News & World Report. For more than 100 years we have been innovating new treatments, new procedures and new approaches to patient care, producing stellar outcomes and raising the bar for medical centers in the region and around the world. As we build on this momentum, we continue to advance the practice of medicine and set the standard for excellence. Enduring Mission and Distinguished History The mission of Montefiore is to heal, to teach, to discover and to advance the health of the communities we serve. From its beginning in 1884, as a facility for the care of patients with tuberculosis and other chronic illnesses, to the new millennium, Montefiore has been at the forefront of patient care, research and education and steadfast commitment to its community. Our Services We provide coordinated, compassionate and leading-edge care designed to reach people when and where they need it most. Through highly integrated teams of physicians, nurses, social workers, mental health professionals and other caregivers, we have created an innovative, seamless system of care focused around the patient.

Montefiore Medical Center

111 East 210th Street, Bronx, , NY , 10467 United StatesAs the academic medical center and University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center is nationally recognized for clinical excellence—breaking new ground in research, training the next generation of healthcare leaders, and delivering science-driven, patient-centered care. Montefiore is ranked among the top hospitals nationally and regionally by U.S. News & World Report. For more than 100 years we have been innovating new treatments, new procedures and new approaches to patient care, producing stellar outcomes and raising the bar for medical centers in the region and around the world. As we build on this momentum, we continue to advance the practice of medicine and set the standard for excellence. Enduring Mission and Distinguished History The mission of Montefiore is to heal, to teach, to discover and to advance the health of the communities we serve. From its beginning in 1884, as a facility for the care of patients with tuberculosis and other chronic illnesses, to the new millennium, Montefiore has been at the forefront of patient care, research and education and steadfast commitment to its community. Our Services We provide coordinated, compassionate and leading-edge care designed to reach people when and where they need it most. Through highly integrated teams of physicians, nurses, social workers, mental health professionals and other caregivers, we have created an innovative, seamless system of care focused around the patient.

Magellan Laboratories

P.O. Box 13341Magellan Laboratories offers stability testing, bioanalysis, microbiology, and compendial analysis services.

Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital (Kaleida Health)

1540 Maple Road Williamsville, NY , 14221 United StatesMillard Fillmore Suburban Hospital is a full service, 265-bed acute care teaching hospital and a part of Kaleida Health, Western New York’s largest healthcare provider Located in Amherst, one of Western New York’s fastest growing, and safest suburbs, the facility is proud to serve those residing in the local community and nearby areas. The services offered at Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital include: Acute care nursing units Ambulatory surgery Cardiology Cardiac non-invasive procedures Emergency Department GI Lab Imaging with 3D Tomosynthesis Mammography Interventional Radiology Laboratory Obstetrics and Gynecology Palliative Care Pulmonary Function Lab Respiratory Therapy Urology Suite; Vascular Lab Women’s Services Surgical services in the specialty areas of: Hand Surgery Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery Neurosurgery Orthopedics

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

One Gustave L. Levy PlaceMount Sinai School of Medicine focuses on research in many therapeutic areas.

Microbac Laboratories

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

Microbac Laboratories

3821 Buck DriveMicrobac Laboratories, Inc. is a full-service contract laboratory (cGMP and GLP) offering: Microbiology, Analytical Chemistry,and Virology testing. Other tests: Stability, Environmental Monitoring, and Elemental Analysis. Industries serviced: Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Generics, Cosmetics, and OTC. Microbac will work as the contracted laboratory supporting laboratory testing services in preparation for filing the IND - NDA, BLA and ANDA Submissions.

Microbac Laboratories

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

Masonic Medical Research Laboratory (MMRL)

2150 Bleecker St, Utica, NY - 13501The Masonic Medical Research Laboratory (MMRL) was founded in 1958 by the Grand Lodge of the State of New York. It is an entity of the Grand Lodge of the State of New York with its 15 Directors being appointed serially by the Grand Master and elected by the Grand Lodge of the State of New York at its annual convocation. Originally established by the Grand Lodge of New York, the forerunner of the MMRL was known as The Masonic Foundation for Health and Human Welfare and it played a major role in the defeat of rheumatic fever. The MMRL’s current focus is on Cardiovascular Disease, principally focused on Cardiac Arrhythmias and Sudden Death syndrome, including Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). In recent years, Masonic jurisdictions of many states have joined with the Grand Lodge of the State of New York to further its important humanitarian work. The Laboratory is administered by a Board of Directors and the Executive Director. The Board of Directors consists of up to 15 distinguished Freemasons elected to three-year terms. Their selection is based upon their outstanding business and professional experience. They all serve the Laboratory without compensation.

Molecular Profiles

8 Orchard PlaceMolecular Profiles provides API, solid dosage, controlled release, inhalation, biomedical polymers, and biopharmaceutical services using solid state analysis.

M-Scan

606, Brandywine Parkway,SGS M-Scan offers mass spectrometry and chromatography services, including protein analysis, glycosylation analysis, antibody analysis, oligonucleotide analysis and bioanalysis.

Mirimus

760 Parkside Ave. Suite 206 Brooklyn, New York, 11226 United StatesAt Mirimus, our mission is to change the paradigm of the current drug discovery process by developing superior preclinical RNA interference (RNAi) animal models that can predict toxicities of potential drug therapies without the actual drug itself. The cost of developing drugs has continued to skyrocket, mostly attributable to the number of drug compounds that fail in late-stage clinical trials either due to lack of efficacy or unpredicted toxicities that impede their use in humans. Thus, the need for more innovative approaches to perform proof-of-mechanism, efficacy and safety studies early on within the discovery pipeline has never been greater. Mirimus’ advanced RNAi technology platform enables potent reversible gene silencing in vivo, and has been shown to effectively mimic drug therapy, enabling pharmaceutical companies the ability to evaluate specific gene targets or combination targets prior to expensive drug development.

Manhattan HIV Brain Bank (Mount Sinai)

Gustave L. Levy Place New York, NY, 10029 United StatesThe primary research focus of the MHBB is the neurologic, neuropsychologic, psychiatric and neuropathologic manifestations of HIV infection. The MHBB conducts a longitudinal, observational study that follows a group of HIV-infected individuals who have agreed to be fluid and organ donors for the purposes of AIDS research. We are currently the largest, multidisciplinary neuroAIDS cohort in New York City, the epicenter of the US HIV epidemic. Our research participants undergo regular neurologic, neuropsychologic, and psychiatric evaluations, and provide body fluid samples that are linked to clinical information. Upon their demise, study participants become organ donors. This program has supplied clinical information, tissue, and fluid samples to over 70 qualified AIDS researchers across America, Europe and Australia. In fulfilling its resource mission, the MHBB functions as part of the National NeuroAIDS Tissue Consortium (NNTC).

Mutagenex

1 Jill Court Bldg #16 Suite #10Mutagenex offers mutagenesis services.

Materion

2978 Main Street Buffalo, NY 14214

METIS Labs

2200 Smithtown Ave Street Address 2 LAKE RONKONKOMA, NY, 11779 United StatesMETIS Labs specializes in custom in vitro and in vivo preclinical assays and research studies. One main focus is radiotracers for high sensitivity functional assays, radioligand binding assays, receptor occupancy, in vitro & ex vivo autoradiography, QWBA, and ADME studies. METIS provides custom radiolabeling and radiosynthesis of clients' molecules. We also provide non-radioactive custom cell culture-based assays and rodent surgical models. Supporting this is preclinical imaging including digital microscopy (histology, immunostaining), digital autoradiography, optical imaging, and micro-PET and micro-SPECT imaging. We help move clients' compositions through drug discovery, lead optimization, off-target effects, biodistriubtion and efficacy studies.

Marken

521 RXR PlazaMarken offers its expertise in biological asset logistics, clinical trial support, and medical devices. Marken is the only patient-centric supply chain organization 100% dedicated to the pharmaceutical and life sciences industries. Marken maintains the leading position for Direct to Patient services and biological sample shipments and offers a state-of-the-art GMP compliant depot network and logistic hubs in 45 locations worldwide. Marken’s 753 staff members manage 50,000 drug and biological shipments every month at all temperature ranges in more than 150 countries. Additional services such as biological kit production, ancillary material sourcing, storage and distribution, shipment lane qualifications, as well as GDP, regulatory and compliance consultancy add to Marken’s unique position in the pharma and logistics industry.

MolPort

Molport, Inc. c/o Slokenbergs PLLC 291 Main St Beacon, NY, 12508-2735 United StatesMolPort provides a searchable molecule database.

Marshall BioResources

5800 Lake Bluff Rd. North Rose, NY 14516 USAMarhshall BioResources provides animal models for research.

Materials Analysis Technology Inc.

1F,No.26-2,Tai-Yuan St., Jubei City, Hsinchu County, Taiwan 302 R.O.C.

MiTeGen

Ithaca, NY United StatesMitegen designs, manufactures and distributes products for crystallization, crystallography and X-ray diffraction of proteins, viruses and small molecule/inorganic compounds, and for manipulation and measurement of small samples in cell biology, histology, clinical diagnostics, entomology, archaeology, art restoration and geology.

METIS Biotechnologies

2200 Smithtown Ave LAKE RONKONKOMA, NY, 11779 United StatesMETIS Labs is a preclinical contract research organization (CRO) specializing in radioligand binding assays, receptor occupancy determinations, autoradiography, small animal imaging, and custom radiolabeling and synthesis — all aspects of R&D radiotracer services.

METIS Biotechnologies

2200 Smithtown Avenue Ronkonkoma, NY, 11779 United StatesMETIS Labs is a preclinical contract research organization (CRO) specializing in radioligand binding assays, receptor occupancy determinations, autoradiography, small animal imaging, and custom radiolabeling and synthesis — all aspects of R&D radiotracer services.

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine - Institute for Clinical Competence

St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx, N.Y.The Institute for Clinical Competence (ICC) consists of virtual patient examination rooms and simulation labs where you’ll practice inter-professional health care with fellow students. It features diagnostic equipment, osteopathic manipulation tables, and digital video cameras to film interactions between you and standardized patients (actors trained to simulate acute and chronic patient scenarios). The ICC has: 14 fully equipped exam rooms CAE Healthcare/METI HPS, iStan, PediaSIM, and Laedal SimMan robotic patients data collection and program management systems to assess your clinical performance At a satellite ICC at St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx, N.Y., you’ll have the opportunity to work alongside other students, residents, and health care teams as you encounter scenarios similar to those unfolding every hour in doctors’ offices and emergency rooms.

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine - Imaging Core

Kenneth J. Riland Academic Health Care Building, NYIT-Old Westbury, NYThe imaging facility offers an array of digital imaging microscopy systems to assist our medical school researchers in their analysis of fossils, tissue, and cells at the macroscopic, cellular, and sub-cellular levels. Image processing software associated with the confocal microscopes and the Sensofar S Neox optical profiler system enables the 3-dimensional and 4-dimensional reconstruction of biological samples and analysis of the sample images. Student access is limited to students participating in related faculty-led research projects. Equipment contained within the Imaging Core Facility includes: inverted Leica SP5 laser scanning confocal microscope upright Nikon C2 confocal microscope Sensofar S Neox optical profiler with SensoSCAN and SensoMAP software to analyze 3D and surface properties of samples multiple upright and inverted fluorescence microscopes with imaging software

Nikon Instruments Inc.

1300 Walt Whitman Road Melville, NY, 11747 United StatesThe Nikon BioImaging Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA) provides contract research services for microscope-based imaging and analysis to the biotech, pharma, and larger research communities. We are more than a core facility – our full-service capabilities include not only access to cutting-edge microscopy instrumentation and software, but also the services of expert biologists and microscopists, who are available to provide quality cell culture, sample preparation, data acquisition, and data analysis services. Leveraging our expertise in optics, image acquisition, and image analysis, Nikon Instruments is able to offer a wide range of solutions for live cell imaging and quality control in the stem cell and regenerative medicine industry including Contract Imaging Services. All work is charged on a simple per hour basis to ensure accessibility for all types of customers. Unlike other imaging facilities, the Nikon BioImaging Lab offers full-service cell culture capabilities – our experienced staff is equipped to handle cell thawing, maintenance, expansion, differentiation, and other essential operations. Nikon BioImaging Lab is even equipped to handle many higher-level cell culture procedures, such as the generation of stable cell lines. Nikon Instruments Inc. is a world leader in the development and manufacture of optical and digital imaging technology for biomedical applications. Now in its 104th year, Nikon provides complete optical systems that offer optimal versatility, performance and productivity. Cutting-edge instruments include microscopes, digital imaging products and software. Nikon Instruments is one of the microscopy and digital imaging arms of Nikon Inc., the world leader in digital imaging, precision optics and photo imaging technology. Nikon microscope systems help to expedite discovery to treatment.

Nikon Instruments Inc.

1300 Walt Whitman Road Melville, NY, 11747 United StatesThe Nikon BioImaging Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA) provides contract research services for microscope-based imaging and analysis to the biotech, pharma, and larger research communities. We are more than a core facility – our full-service capabilities include not only access to cutting-edge microscopy instrumentation and software, but also the services of expert biologists and microscopists, who are available to provide quality cell culture, sample preparation, data acquisition, and data analysis services. Leveraging our expertise in optics, image acquisition, and image analysis, Nikon Instruments is able to offer a wide range of solutions for live cell imaging and quality control in the stem cell and regenerative medicine industry including Contract Imaging Services. All work is charged on a simple per hour basis to ensure accessibility for all types of customers. Unlike other imaging facilities, the Nikon BioImaging Lab offers full-service cell culture capabilities – our experienced staff is equipped to handle cell thawing, maintenance, expansion, differentiation, and other essential operations. Nikon BioImaging Lab is even equipped to handle many higher-level cell culture procedures, such as the generation of stable cell lines. Nikon Instruments Inc. is a world leader in the development and manufacture of optical and digital imaging technology for biomedical applications. Now in its 104th year, Nikon provides complete optical systems that offer optimal versatility, performance and productivity. Cutting-edge instruments include microscopes, digital imaging products and software. Nikon Instruments is one of the microscopy and digital imaging arms of Nikon Inc., the world leader in digital imaging, precision optics and photo imaging technology. Nikon microscope systems help to expedite discovery to treatment.

New York Medical College

40 Sunshine Cottage Rd, Valhalla, NY, USANew York Medical College focuses on research and offers microscopy, protein structure, stell cell, animal models, and function genomic services through its facilities.

Narishige International USA, Inc.

415 Bayview Avenue, Amityville, NY 11701, U.S.A.Narishige International USA, Inc. provides sales and service to customers in the United States, Canada and Latin America. Our staff is available to assist you with information for ordering, technical questions, repairs and special orders, etc.

Narishige International USA, Inc.

415 Bayview Avenue, Amityville, NY , 11701 United StatesNarishige International USA, Inc. provides sales and service to customers in the United States, Canada and Latin America. Our staff is available to assist you with information for ordering, technical questions, repairs and special orders, etc.

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine - Physiology Core

Kenneth J. Riland Academic Health Care Building, NYIT-Old Westbury, NYThe Physiology Core Facility supports medical school research efforts to examine the physiological properties of normal animals and animal models of disease. The facility contains equipment to define the cardiovascular functional properties of small rodents. It has contributed to a range of research performed by NYITCOM researchers examining the effects of therapeutic approaches on cardiovascular function under normal conditions and following heart failure. Student access is limited to students participating in related faculty-led research projects. Our equipment includes: GE Vivid-7 echocardiographic suite SciSense pressure-volume acquisition system (including catheters, hardware, and LabScribe software) Millar Electrophysiology Catheter for rats and mice 8-channel-programmable stimulator Octal Bio Amp PowerLab 8/35 LabChart Pro data acquisition system

New York Center for Nanomedicine Research (NYCNMR)

875 Ellicott Street, Buffalo, NY 14203 USAThe New York Center for Nanomedicine Research (NYCNMR) combines the expertise of leading research in the fields of nanotechnology, medicine, biology, chemistry and advanced imaging to the discovery of nanoscale therapeutic, diagnostic, and drug delivery agents. NYCNMR is in the forefront of breaking biological barriers in regards to drug delivery (BBB & BNB) and targeting systems. Fostering synergies between different disciplines, the center is addressing new methods for innovation.

Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research

140 Old Orangeburg Road Orangeburg, NY 10962The Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research (NKI) is a facility of the New York State Office of Mental Health. NKI is located on the same community campus as Rockland Psychiatric Center and the Rockland Children's Psychiatric Center and maintains an exceptionally close and productive relationship with these other State facilities.

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine - Academic Health Care Center

Serota Academic Center, room 203 Northern Boulevard P.O. Box 8000 Old Westbury, NY 11568-8000New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) is committed to training osteopathic physicians for a lifetime of learning and practice, based upon the integration of evidence-based knowledge, critical thinking, and the tenets of osteopathic principles and practice. We are also committed to preparing osteopathic physicians for careers in health care, including that in the inner city and rural communities, as well as to the scholarly pursuit of new knowledge concerning health and disease. We provide a continuum of educational experiences to NYITCOM students, extending through the clinical and post-graduate years of training. This continuum provides the future osteopathic physician with the foundation necessary to maintain competence and compassion, as well as the ability to better serve society through research, teaching, and leadership.

New York State Psychiatric Institute

1051 Riverside Drive New York, NY 10032The New York State Psychiatric Institute (NYSPI), established in 1895, was one of the first institutions in the United States to integrate teaching, research and therapeutic approaches to the care of patients with mental illnesses. In 1925, NYSPI affiliated with Presbyterian Hospital, adding general hospital facilities to the Institute's psychiatric services and research laboratories. These treatment, training, and research facilities were supplemented in 1983 by a 14-floor Psychiatric Research Building, the Kolb Annex. The NYSPI was further modernized in 1998 by opening of a new hospital building to replace the original one. Overlooking the Hudson River and George Washington Bridge, the new Psychiatric Institute provides a state-of-the art environment for patient care, education, and research. The approximately 320,000 square feet offer space for 60 inpatient beds, 23 specialized outpatient research clinics, educational facilities, and research laboratories. Walkway bridges to and from the Kolb Annex and New York Presbyterian Hospital provide comfortable and efficient all-weather avenues for patient and staff travel within the Columbia University Medical Center. Since its inception, NYSPI has been at the forefront of psychiatry, making major contributions to the clinical care and understanding of the mentally ill. Among these accomplishments are: the discovery of the spirochaetal origin of general paresis, the earliest use of lithium in the United States, the first data describing a genetic predisposition to schizophrenia, leadership in the discovery of the genes causing Huntington's and Wilson's disease, and the development of DSM-III, DSM III-R and DSM-IV. Through the years, distinguished figures in American psychiatry have served as directors of the Psychiatric Institute, including Drs. Ira Van Gieson, Adolph Meyer, August Hoch, Lawrence Kolb, Edward Sachar and Herbert Pardes. It is now led by a noted academic psychiatrist, Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman. The Institute is the flagship for the Columbia University Department of Psychiatry, for which it is the primary location of research and educational activities. The Columbia University Department of Psychiatry is located at the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in northern Manhattan, part of an urban neighborhood that is ethnically and economically diverse in a city that has been called the capital of the world. The institutions which comprise the teaching facilities of the Department are described below. Now part of Columbia University, the College of Physicians and Surgeons was founded in 1767 and was the first school in North America to award doctoral degrees in medicine. 'P&S' has developed extensive new facilities over the past few years, including the Hammer Health Sciences Center - a 20-story structure housing an excellent medical library, amphitheatre and teaching facilities. The medical school is considered to be among the finest in America, and has traditionally been one of the nation's primary sources of academicians, investigators and clinical teachers. The core New York Presbyterian Hospital structure, adjacent to the NYSPI, is the 745-bed Milstein Hospital building, which has expanded the hospital's advanced medical procedures and its critical care capability.

New York State Psychiatric Institute

1051 Riverside Drive New York, , NY , 10032 United StatesThe New York State Psychiatric Institute (NYSPI), established in 1895, was one of the first institutions in the United States to integrate teaching, research and therapeutic approaches to the care of patients with mental illnesses. In 1925, NYSPI affiliated with Presbyterian Hospital, adding general hospital facilities to the Institute's psychiatric services and research laboratories. These treatment, training, and research facilities were supplemented in 1983 by a 14-floor Psychiatric Research Building, the Kolb Annex. The NYSPI was further modernized in 1998 by opening of a new hospital building to replace the original one. Overlooking the Hudson River and George Washington Bridge, the new Psychiatric Institute provides a state-of-the art environment for patient care, education, and research. The approximately 320,000 square feet offer space for 60 inpatient beds, 23 specialized outpatient research clinics, educational facilities, and research laboratories. Walkway bridges to and from the Kolb Annex and New York Presbyterian Hospital provide comfortable and efficient all-weather avenues for patient and staff travel within the Columbia University Medical Center. Since its inception, NYSPI has been at the forefront of psychiatry, making major contributions to the clinical care and understanding of the mentally ill. Among these accomplishments are: the discovery of the spirochaetal origin of general paresis, the earliest use of lithium in the United States, the first data describing a genetic predisposition to schizophrenia, leadership in the discovery of the genes causing Huntington's and Wilson's disease, and the development of DSM-III, DSM III-R and DSM-IV. Through the years, distinguished figures in American psychiatry have served as directors of the Psychiatric Institute, including Drs. Ira Van Gieson, Adolph Meyer, August Hoch, Lawrence Kolb, Edward Sachar and Herbert Pardes. It is now led by a noted academic psychiatrist, Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman. The Institute is the flagship for the Columbia University Department of Psychiatry, for which it is the primary location of research and educational activities. The Columbia University Department of Psychiatry is located at the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in northern Manhattan, part of an urban neighborhood that is ethnically and economically diverse in a city that has been called the capital of the world. The institutions which comprise the teaching facilities of the Department are described below. Now part of Columbia University, the College of Physicians and Surgeons was founded in 1767 and was the first school in North America to award doctoral degrees in medicine. 'P&S' has developed extensive new facilities over the past few years, including the Hammer Health Sciences Center - a 20-story structure housing an excellent medical library, amphitheatre and teaching facilities. The medical school is considered to be among the finest in America, and has traditionally been one of the nation's primary sources of academicians, investigators and clinical teachers. The core New York Presbyterian Hospital structure, adjacent to the NYSPI, is the 745-bed Milstein Hospital building, which has expanded the hospital's advanced medical procedures and its critical care capability.

NOF Corporation

One North Broadway, Suite 1012, White Plains, N.Y. 10601, U.S.A.NOF Corporation offers PEGylated compounds, custom PEGylation, and custom synthesis services.

Neuroptix

20 Main StreetNeuroptix is developing a non-invasive laser eye scanning test for the detection and diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease.

New York Structural Biology Center

89 Convent Ave New York, New York, 10027 United StatesFounded by nine eminent research institutions in 1999, NYSBC is a global leader in structural biology with unsurpassed expertise and instrumentation, providing biomedical research services to commercial and academic clients, including high throughput gene-to­-structure determination, structure-based drug design, crystallography, NMR spectroscopy, cryo-electron microscopy and protein production.

New York University SoM Analytical Chemistry Core

Nelson Institute of Environmental Medicine 57 Old Forge Rd Tuxedo Park, NY 10987The Analytical Chemistry Core offers combined mass spectrometry and metals analysis laboratories for researchers analyzing the presence of toxic metals (e.g., arsenic, chromium, cadmium, and nickel). Our state-of-the-art metals analysis laboratory includes spectrometry (MS) and atomic absorption (AA) spectroscopy; consultative services to NYULMC investigators in physical and inorganic chemistry, separations science, and spectral interpretation (MS, NMR, UV); training of students and researchers in the use of MS, NMR, and AA.

New York University SoM Analytical Chemistry Core

Nelson Institute of Environmental Medicine 57 Old Forge Rd Tuxedo Park, NY, 10987 United StatesThe Analytical Chemistry Core offers combined mass spectrometry and metals analysis laboratories for researchers analyzing the presence of toxic metals (e.g., arsenic, chromium, cadmium, and nickel). Our state-of-the-art metals analysis laboratory includes spectrometry (MS) and atomic absorption (AA) spectroscopy; consultative services to NYULMC investigators in physical and inorganic chemistry, separations science, and spectral interpretation (MS, NMR, UV); training of students and researchers in the use of MS, NMR, and AA.

Niagara University

5795 Lewiston Rd, Niagara Univ, NY 14109NU educates its students and enriches their lives through programs and career preparation, informed by the Catholic and Vincentian traditions. Enabling Goals As a university, Niagara prepares its students for positions of responsibility in the professions and in the broader society. Through teaching, research and service in programs of study at the baccalaureate and graduate levels, Niagara seeks to develop within its students a passion for learning. The university's commitment to the Catholic faith provides perspective in the search for truth and meaning. Catholic doctrine and its moral code inspire respect for the God-given dignity of every person and all faith traditions. Students experience the vision and reality of a gospel-based, value-centered education. As a Vincentian university, Niagara draws inspiration from St. Vincent de Paul, who organized his contemporaries to respond compassionately to people's basic needs. Continuing this tradition, Niagara seeks to inspire its students to serve all members of society, especially the poor and oppressed, in local communities and in the larger world. Overall, through its curricular and extracurricular programs, Niagara University seeks to develop the whole person, mind, body, heart and soul, for the benefit of one's personal and professional life.

Niagara University

5795 Lewiston Rd, Niagara Univ, , NY , 14109 United StatesNU educates its students and enriches their lives through programs and career preparation, informed by the Catholic and Vincentian traditions. Enabling Goals As a university, Niagara prepares its students for positions of responsibility in the professions and in the broader society. Through teaching, research and service in programs of study at the baccalaureate and graduate levels, Niagara seeks to develop within its students a passion for learning. The university's commitment to the Catholic faith provides perspective in the search for truth and meaning. Catholic doctrine and its moral code inspire respect for the God-given dignity of every person and all faith traditions. Students experience the vision and reality of a gospel-based, value-centered education. As a Vincentian university, Niagara draws inspiration from St. Vincent de Paul, who organized his contemporaries to respond compassionately to people's basic needs. Continuing this tradition, Niagara seeks to inspire its students to serve all members of society, especially the poor and oppressed, in local communities and in the larger world. Overall, through its curricular and extracurricular programs, Niagara University seeks to develop the whole person, mind, body, heart and soul, for the benefit of one's personal and professional life.

New York University High Throughput Biology Laboratory

Skirball 3-7 540 First Avenue New York, NY 10016The High Throughput Biology Core (HTB) is an integrated, state-of-the-art facility focused on the innovative development, optimization, screening, and imaging for mid- and high-throughput assays. The core also offers human/mouse whole genome, miRNA, and custom screening libraries for cross-species functional characterization in a systematic, comprehensive, and cost-effective manner. Importantly, the HTB Core is strongly committed to being fully accessible to the entire academic community, both at the national and international level, in order to facilitate inter-disciplinary and multi-institutional collaborations. The HTB strives to better support the research community by evaluating new reagents and technologies and welcomes feedback on current and future services. To inquire about our capabilities or discuss possible projects, please contact Chi Yun, HTB Director or email #htb@nyumc.org. Services include: • Custom siRNA/miRNA human and mouse libraries starting at $700 • Automated liquid dispensing starting at 0.1ul and microplate washing • Robotic plate replication, reformatting, and media transfers • Multimode plate readers (luminescence, fluorescence, absorbance, Alphascreen, infrared) • Assay development, screening, data analysis and visualization support • Automated tissue and cellular imaging • Digital image analysis (ie. viability, colony count, colocalization, neurite outgrowth) • Plate preparation for ELISA, and screening of small molecules, biologics, and other assays • Training for independent equipment usage or supported / full service assay development / screening We also share resources with the Rockefeller University High-Throughput Screening Resource Center (HTSRC) so that NYU users will have access to chemical libraries through the HTSRC.

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine - Histology Core

Kenneth J. Riland Academic Health Care Building, Old Westbury, NYThe Histology Core Facility provides NYITCOM researchers with services, including sectioning, embedding and staining of biological samples, that enable the study of biological samples at the microscopic level. The facility contributes to studies ranging from analysis of the diets of dinosaurs to the examination of the expression and function of proteins in normal and disease tissues and cells. Student access is limited to students participating in related faculty-led research projects. Our equipment includes: Microtomes (including a cryomicrotome) Embedding stations Histology/staining station

NextGen Pharma Technologies

1235 Lake Plaza Drive, Suite 134NextGen Pharma Technologies offers efficacy models, ADME testing, toxicology studies, and bioanalysis services.

New York Genome Center

590 Madison Avenue 21st Floor New York, NY 10022 USANew York Genome Center offers genomic sequencing and genotyping services.

National Health Research Institutes Laboratory Animal Center

35, Keyan Road, Zhunan Town, Miaoli County 350, Taiwan, ROCDue to a) the increasing demand and attention to the application of laboratory animals in Taiwan and around the world, b) the establishment of the regulations regarding to the animal protection and the use of laboratory animals in Taiwan, and c) the importance of the role of laboratory animals in supporting basic and integrated pre-clinical and clinical researches. The National Health Research Institutes (NHRI) decided to establish a laboratory animal center on campus to facilitate the laboratory animal uses in NHRI and therefore to improve the quality of laboratory animals and to advance the technologies for the use of laboratory animals. The Laboratory Animal Center (LAC) of NHRI is located in the Research Building with an area of 6,830 square meters (2,066 ping). LAC consists of animal holding and experimentation areas, cage cleaning, sterilization, and storage areas, and an administration area. LAC is fully equipped with major husbandry facilities and equipment and is able to satisfy the needs of NHRI investigators using laboratory animals such as rats, mice, rabbits, dogs, and pigs. Studies using infectious animals are also supported.   In order to support the needs for laboratory animals uses while keeping the renovation of LAC facilities in progress, a contingency use plan of the LAC was proposed and carried out during the initial stage of using the LAC facilities. The plan involves a small scale of a temporary operation using the canine facility for holding rodents as initiated in October 2005. The use of the rabbit facility for holding rodents was initiated in March 2006. While the contingency use plan was in effect, renovation activities and purchase and installation of major equipment were on going at the same time. LAC has been in its fully functional activities for husbandry services since May 2009. In addition, an LAC branch at the B1 of The Uni-President Health Research Building, Tainan has been completed with renovations in August 2008 and has provided husbandry services for mice, rats and rabbits to the NHRI researchers.   The design of the animal facilities, the managerial skills of LAC staff and the quality of the laboratory animals have direct and important impacts on the quality of the study results. To assure the safety of the NHRI staff and to provide a well-managed and smooth usage mechanism of the animal facilities, LAC has held regular workshops for the uses of LAC facilities focusing on to show the accessible routes and areas, to demonstrate procedures of going in and out of the LAC, and to present related Standard Operation Procedures (SOP). In order to familiarize the NHRI staff with the LAC working environment, the LAC staff provide a guided tour for the attendees to go around the animal holding and experimentation areas and opportunities to on-site practice in compliance with the SOPs during the workshops. It is expected that the values of LAC can and will only be highlighted as a result of the proper and extensive uses by the research staff including husbandry services, technical and experimental services, and collaborations in research projects. It is the responsibility of both the research staff and management staff to maintain the LAC in its great working conditions and thus functions. The NHRI-LAC will offer more high-quality husbandry services, professional technical services, expertise for research collaborations to support and/or to collaborate on all possible needs in using the laboratory animals.

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine - OMM Lab

Serota Building, NYIT-Old Westbury, NYOur OMM lab features electric adjustable tables, natural lighting, state-of-the-art HD monitors, and iPad driven learning stations. It is further equipped with modern visual recording capabilities that allow hands-on-sessions to be stored and streamed for 24/7 access. Learn to create an optimal environment for health by treating bodily dysfunctions with your hands while following the holistic philosophy of osteopathic medicine: the body is a dynamic unit of function structure and function are reciprocally interrelated the body has an innate ability to heal itself

North Shore LIJ Biorepository

350 Community Drive Manhasset, NY, 11030 United StatesThe Boas Center Biorepository (BCB) at The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research is a facility that process, stores, and distributes human biological specimens for use in medical research. Through the integration of bioinformatics and with the aid of the North Shore Informatics Group (NSIG), The BCB is able to efficiently process and manage large sample sets. Investigators that decide to utilize this facility will have the benefit of obtaining larger datasets which will aid in producing statistically significant data. Investigators who wish to research certain diseases can create a research project and negotiate with the BCB on what services will be needed to best suit the project. The BCB currently processes and manages samples for over twenty different research projects. All subjects that choose to participate in a study are de-identified and assigned an alpha-numeric or numeric identifier (subject ID). The Biorepository will only accept International Review Board (IRB) approved protocols from an investigator or a group of investigators. The BCB currently offers DNA isolation, plasma isolation, Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell (PBMC) isolation, serum isolation, urine collection, sample storage, various human tissue collection, and sample distribution services. All samples that are collected and processed are uniquely bar-coded and link back to a subject ID. All sample data and sample inventory is entered into a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) and stored in a database. The LIMS system was created by and is managed by the NISIG.

New York University SoM Experimental Animal and Exposure Core

NYU School of Medicine Department of Environmental Medicine 57 Old Forge Rd Tuxedo Park, NY 10987The NYUCI Experimental Animal and Exposure Core's integrated Animal Care and Exposure Unit and Inhalation Exposure Unit provide services to support the scientific needs of cancer-related animal research in carcinogenesis models and carcinogen administration. The Experimental Animal and Exposure Core is a formal satellite facility of the AAALAC-accredited Central Animal Facility and Division of Laboratory Animal Resources at NYUSOM which provides veterinary care supervision and oversight including; facilities, animal care, technical assistance for experiments with rodent species involving delivery of carcinogenic and toxic chemicals, infectious agents, or intervention compounds, using inhalation, systemic, dermal, and oral administration routes of exposure; experimental design and conduct for cancer-related animal studies; segregated housing and health monitoring of animals; necropsy services for animal experiments.

New York University SoM Experimental Animal and Exposure Core

NYU School of Medicine Department of Environmental Medicine 57 Old Forge Rd Tuxedo Park, 10987 United StatesThe NYUCI Experimental Animal and Exposure Core's integrated Animal Care and Exposure Unit and Inhalation Exposure Unit provide services to support the scientific needs of cancer-related animal research in carcinogenesis models and carcinogen administration. The Experimental Animal and Exposure Core is a formal satellite facility of the AAALAC-accredited Central Animal Facility and Division of Laboratory Animal Resources at NYUSOM which provides veterinary care supervision and oversight including; facilities, animal care, technical assistance for experiments with rodent species involving delivery of carcinogenic and toxic chemicals, infectious agents, or intervention compounds, using inhalation, systemic, dermal, and oral administration routes of exposure; experimental design and conduct for cancer-related animal studies; segregated housing and health monitoring of animals; necropsy services for animal experiments.

Neural Stem Cell Institute (NSCI)

1 Discovery Drive Rensselaer, NY, 12144 United StatesIn 2007, Dr Sally temple and Dr Jeffery stern founded this institute, the first independent stem cell institute in the country, to be an oasis in the valley of death for the successful translation of neural stem cell discoveries to therapeutics for sick people. Administratively lean, but rooted in academic research, NSCI can be nimble and autonomous in its decisions on how best to take the discovery out of the lab and into clinical trials. In just 6 years since opening, work out of the NSCI has produced: Over 25 publications in top tier journals 2 awarded patents with others still under review The successful launch of a biotechnology company, StemCulture LLC, to sell stem cell reagents The creation of a therapeutic company for Eye therapies The creation of a stem cell meeting geared towards young investigators in the field, The Next Gen Stem Cell Conference Just like most academic institutions, NSCI is dependent on federal and state grants, and has been quite successful securing funds through the years. Our investigators have secured grants from the National Institute of Health, as well as the NY State Department of Health. The Neural Stem Cell Institute is a 501c3 non-for-profit, and is capable of accepting charitable donations. We are grateful for the donations we receive, and pride ourselves on putting over 95% of that money right towards the scientific research, rather than administration or other fundraising events. This truly makes us unique amongst other research institutes. The money you give goes right to the work to continue pushing it forward. For information on how you can help push our research programs along via donation, please Contact Us. We urge everyone to learn about stem cell research and the promise it offers. Please come by the institute for a tour and talk to us about what we are doing. To arrange a visit, please Contact Us.

NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine - Paleontological Specimen Preparation Core

Kenneth J. Riland Academic Health Care Building, NYIT-Old Westbury, NYExamine fossils and other prehistoric finds in our Paleontological Specimen Preparation Core Facility. Work with the same tools and techniques that top scientists use at major museums and other research institutes. Student access is limited to students participating in related faculty-led research projects. Our facility features: microscribe stations powered by an ultra-quiet, Hydrovane HV02 air compressors fume hood for consolidating fragile and broken specimens color 3-D printer to create virtual models of anatomical specimens

Nippon Kayaku America

711 Westchester Avenue 2nd Floor White Plains NY 10604, USANippon Kayaku provides functional chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and fine chemicals.

Norwich Pharmaceuticals

6826 New York 12, Norwich, NY 13815 USANorwich Pharmaceuticals provides product development, manufacturing and clinical services.

Norwich Clinical Research Associates

74 East Main Street, Norwich, NY 13815Norwich Clinical Research Associates offers clinical research services such as clinical monitoring and operations, data management, auditing, quality assurance and regulatory affairs.

Norwich Clinical Research Associates

Norwich, NY, 13815 United StatesNorwich Clinical Research Associates offers clinical research services such as clinical monitoring and operations, data management, auditing, quality assurance and regulatory affairs.

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine - Parkinson's Center

Kenneth J. Riland Academic Health Care Center, NYIT-Old Westbury, NYThe Adele Smithers Parkinson's Disease Treatment Center was created with one goal in mind to improve the quality of life for patients and their families suffering with this disease. As a student, you'll learn how practitioners across several medical specializations collaborate to treat patients with Parkinson's disease. You'll also see firsthand the positive impact of technology supported by interdisciplinary partnerships with other NYIT programs, government agencies, and the health care industry. Established in 1997, the center treats 250 people annually. Services offered include: Clinical psychology Genetic counseling Neurology consultation Occupational therapy Osteopathic manipulation Physical therapy Primary care Speech therapy Wellness program

Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center

79 Middleville Road Northport, NY 11768About the Northport VA Medical Center The Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center is always improving the health of the men and women who have proudly served our nation. We consider it our privilege to serve your health care needs in any way we can. Services are available to veterans living in the Long Island area of New York.

Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center

79 Middleville Road Northport, NY, 11768 United StatesAbout the Northport VA Medical Center The Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center is always improving the health of the men and women who have proudly served our nation. We consider it our privilege to serve your health care needs in any way we can. Services are available to veterans living in the Long Island area of New York.

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine - Animal Facility

Kenneth J. Riland Academic Health Care Building Old WestburyNYITCOM’s animal facility houses small rodents and zebrafish for research projects covering a range of areas in the biomedical sciences. Housing facilities for general maintenance and necropsy as well as operating theaters, it is staffed by animal care technicians and a veterinarian and is overseen by an Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee that operates in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations. Student access is limited to students participating in related faculty-led research projects.

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine Genomic & Molecular Biology Core

Kenneth J. Riland Academic Health Care Building and Rockefeller Building, NYIT-Old WestburyNYITCOM’s Genomic and Molecular Biology Core Facility provides medical school researchers with a range of genetic techniques and resources to explore the basis of human health and disease. Located in the Riland Health Care Center are resources to perform analysis of animal and human genomes and to quantitate gene expression in cells and tissues. Located in the Rockefeller Building are services to generate bacterial and viral expression vectors to express normal and mutant proteins in cells and animals. The Genetics and Molecular Biology Core Facility assists medical school researchers in a wide range of studies ranging from the genetic variations present in human diseases to the effect of specific genetic manipulations on cell and organismal function. Student access is limited to students participating in related faculty-led research projects. Our equipment includes: Agilent C-Microarray scanner with DNA Analytic Workstation and Acuity 4.0 Microarray Informatics software. Multiple Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) thermocyclers with quantitative PCR capability. UV PCR Workstation and CodeOnCode Sequence Aligner software.

New Era Pharma

135 South RoadNew Era Pharma offers assay development, compound screening, hit identification, dose response curve generation, IC50 measurements, mechanism of action studies, and consulting services.

NutraScience Labs

70 Carolyn Boulevard Farmingdale, NY, 11735 United StatesTake your brand to the next level by partnering with NutraScience Labs, a trusted vitamin and supplement manufacturer headquartered in Farmingdale, New York, USA. Our team acts as an extension of your business by providing you with best-in-class manufacturing, award-winning graphic design, and convenient fulfillment services so you can focus on what matters most -- growing your business!

Okapi Chemtech

P.O. Box 3715 Albany, NY 12203Okapi Chemtech offers consulting services for process chemistry, salt form and polymorph screening, crystallization process development, and custom synthesis.

Osenses

32 Croydon RoadOsenses supplies primary antibodies and peptides.

Oneida Research Services, Inc.

8282 Halsey Rd. Whitesboro NY, 13492 USA

Orentreich Foundation for the Advancement of Science, Inc.

855 NY-301, Cold Spring, NY 10516OFAS is dedicated to biomedical research that prevents, halts, or reverses those disorders that decrease the quality or length of life.

Ohio Valley Imaging Solutions

615 Pennsylvania AvenueOhio Valley Imaging Solutions offers imaging services.

Pall Corporation

25 Harbor Park DrivePall Corporation offers consultation, microbiological contamination analysis, filtration and chromatography products and services.

Pall Corporation

Port Washington, NY United StatesPall Corporation offers consultation, microbiological contamination analysis, filtration and chromatography products and services.

Pulmokine, Inc

7 University Place, (Lab Location), Rensselaer, NY 12144Pulmokine: opening the way to new treatments for lung disease. Pulmokine is a privately held biopharmaceutical company. Our focus is on pulmonary disease and kinase inhibitor technology, hence our name Pulmokine. The mission of Pulmokine is to develop new therapies for hard-to-treat lung conditions like pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) and related disorders. These include pulmonary arterial fibrosis/interstitial lung disease, sarcoidosis and lung cancer. Pulmokine has an exclusive license from Gilead to develop a portfolio of PDGFR inhibitors for PAH. Funding sources include equity investment and NIH grants. We pursue in-licensing and partnership opportunities related to pulmonary and cardiovascular diseases. In addition, Pulmokine is developing a novel class of kinase inhibitors through in silico modeling and in vitro screening.

Population Diagnostics

105 Maxess Road, Suite 124-S Melville NY 11747 USAPopulation Diagnostics offers population diagnostics, personalized medicine tests, and genetic testing for diseases.

Population Diagnostics

Melville, NY United StatesPopulation Diagnostics offers population diagnostics, personalized medicine tests, and genetic testing for diseases.

PCAS

208 Third StreetPCAS provides custom synthesis, intermediates, custom manufacturing, microelectrics, and protection additives.

PO-Labs

1150 Dumont AvenuePO 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.

Polymedco

Cortlandt Manor, NY, 10567 United StatesPolymedco provides clinical laboratory products, test kits, and non-invasive colorectal cancer screening technology.

Polymedco

510 Furnace Dock Rd Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567Polymedco provides clinical laboratory products, test kits, and non-invasive colorectal cancer screening technology.

Porter Pharmaceutical Services

391a Pound Ridge RoadPorter Pharmaceutical Services offers pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic analysis, toxicokinetics, clinical/preclinical development, and regulatory services.

Propper Manufacturing

36-04 Skillman Avenue Long Island City, NY 11101Propper Manufacturing provides diagnostic instruments, laboratory products, surgical instruments, laryngoscopes, and ophthalmology tools.

Pearl River Laboratories Inc

401 N. Middletown Rd. Pearl River, New York, 10965 United StatesPearl River Laboratories is a partnering research organization with decades of expertise and experience in conjugated biologics. We develop robust, scalable and fit-for-purpose processes, characterization and GMP-analytics, enabling clinical trials and registration of your biologic products. By understanding the chemistry of your assets, we will help to address any development issues upfront, enabling a smoother, more seamless production process.

Pearl River Laboratories Inc

401 N. Middletown Rd. Pearl River, New York, 10965 United StatesPearl River Laboratories is a partnering research organization with decades of expertise and experience in conjugated biologics. We develop robust, scalable and fit-for-purpose processes, characterization and GMP-analytics, enabling clinical trials and registration of your biologic products. By understanding the chemistry of your assets, we will help to address any development issues upfront, enabling a smoother, more seamless production process.

Promocell

1040 Sixth Avenue Ste 14C New York, NY, 10018 United StatesAt PromoCell, we help scientists do better research with a world-class portfolio of human primary, stem and blood cells as well as optimized cell culture media. With over 30 years of expertise, we are recognized globally for supplying scientists with the tools and support they need to do groundbreaking research. All our products comply with European biomedical conventions, ensuring human rights and donor privacy are always protected. Our ISO certifications demonstrate our absolute commitment to quality and our EXCiPACT™ GMP certification enables us to produce our cell culture media and reagents according to GMP standards as a manufacturer of pharmaceutical excipients. Each year 600 peer-reviewed publications feature PromoCell products. We operate in over 40 countries around the world, helping scientists with all of their research needs.

Par Sterile Products, LLC

6 Ram Ridge Road Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977We develop, manufacture and distribute quality generic pharmaceuticals across a wide range of therapeutic areas. A subsidiary of Par Pharmaceutical company an Endo International company.

Par Sterile Products, LLC

6 Ram Ridge Road Chestnut Ridge, NY, 10977 United StatesWe develop, manufacture and distribute quality generic pharmaceuticals across a wide range of therapeutic areas. A subsidiary of Par Pharmaceutical company an Endo International company.

PrimaNova Biosciences

3235 ROUTE 112, BUILDING 5 SUITE 2 MEDFORD, NY 11763 USAPrimaNova Biosciences provides services in toxicology, metabolism, pharmacology, functional imaging studies and bioequivalence studies.

Polycontrols

123 West Service Road Champlain, NY, 12919 United States

Process NMR Associates

84 Patrick Lane, Ste 115 POUGHKEEPSIE, 12603 United StatesProcess NMR Associates provides liquid and solid-state NMR services.

PL Developments

200 Hicks Street Westbury, NY 11590PL Developments (PLD) offers manufacturing, packaging, and distribution of Over-The-Counter (OTC) pharmaceutical products.

Protheragen

Stony Brook, NY United StatesProtheragen is focused on developing new therapeutics for the treatment of CNS diseases and gastrointestinal cancers.

Panigen

W8959 HYWY 39Panigen specializes in the production of monoclonal and polyclonal antisera and offers custom antibody development services.

Paladin Scientific

Manhattan, NY, USAPaladin Scientific offers crystallography services.

Parexel

50 Millstone RoadParexel provides bioequivalence studies as well as clinical services across Phase I to Phase III of drug development including dose escalation, drug-drug interaction, biomarkers, first-in-man studies, ADME, imaging, and clinical research services.

Peconic

204 N. Sunset Dr. Ithaca, , NY, 14850 United StatesPeconic provides epigenetic services with the best data resolution available.

ProtoMed BioSciences

1202 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10028ProtoMed BioSciences, Inc. provides comprehensive clinical data management, biostatistical, programming, pharmacokinetic, pharmacovigilance, medical monitoring, and medical writing support for the bioparmaceutical and healthcare industries.

ProtoMed BioSciences

1177 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY, 10036 United StatesProtoMed BioSciences, Inc. provides comprehensive clinical data management, biostatistical, programming, pharmacokinetic, pharmacovigilance, medical monitoring, and medical writing support for the bioparmaceutical and healthcare industries.

Pedneault Associates, Inc.

1615 9th Avenue Bohemia, NY, 11716 United StatesPedneault Associates, Inc. is an approved testing laboratory, certified by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) under the NYS - Environmental Laboratory Approval Program (ELAP). Modern diagnostic and monitoring instrumentation, in conjunction with our competent and professional staff, ensure our clients that they are receiving the most reliable and accurate data possible. All methodology performed by Pedneault Associates, Inc. complies with EPA, NIOSH, NYSDEC, NYSDOH, USDA, and/or additional relevant certified criteria as established by environmental regulations. Pedneault Associates, Inc. is committed to the continuing development of its resources in the interest of applying the most modern technologies to our client's analytical challenges and ensuring reliable data results. Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment and with our highly trained personnel, Pedneault Associates, Inc. strives in generating the highest quality data available for the needs of our clients. Rigorous Quality Assurance/Quality Control procedures are performed in conjunction with every sample analysis carried out by this facility.

Praxis

268 Main Street, Suite 400, Buffalo, NY 14202 USAPraxis provides patient recruitment services.

PharmAssist

3392 State Route 8 PO Box 219 South New Berlin , New York 13843 USAPharmAssist offers professional analytical services to the pharmaceutical industry.

PharmAssist

South New Berlin, NY, 13843 United StatesPharmAssist offers professional analytical services to the pharmaceutical industry.

Profacgen

45 Ramsey Road Shirley, NY, 11967 United StatesProfacgen offers bacterial fermentation, stable cell lines, cell banks, stability studies, protein production, purification, and expression services.

Parchem

415 Huguenot Street New Rochelle, New York 10801 USAParchem fine & specialty chemicals is the leading global distributor of specialty chemicals. Our innovative expertise is personified by the Sales department which provides superior service in personal care, nutrition, coatings, pharmaceuticals and specialty chemicals.

Parchem

New Rochelle, NY United StatesParchem fine & specialty chemicals is the leading global distributor of specialty chemicals. Our innovative expertise is personified by the Sales department which provides superior service in personal care, nutrition, coatings, pharmaceuticals and specialty chemicals.

Qmetrics Technologies

140 Allens Creek Road Rochester, NY 14618 USAQmetrics Technologies offers support in preclinical and clinical studies including expertise in imaging and image analysis.

Qmetrics Technologies

Rochester, NY United StatesQmetrics Technologies offers support in preclinical and clinical studies including expertise in imaging and image analysis.

Qosina

150-Q Executive Drive Edgewood, NY 11717-8329 USAQosina provides components to the medical and pharmaceutical industries.

Qosina

Brentwood, NY, 11717 United StatesQosina provides components to the medical and pharmaceutical industries.

QuaDPharma

11342 Main Street Clarence, NY 14031 USAQuaDPharma offers pharmaceuticals and biologics manufacturing in addition microbiological and analytical testing for raw materials and formulated products.

QuaDPharma

Clarence, NY, 14031 United StatesQuaDPharma offers pharmaceuticals and biologics manufacturing in addition microbiological and analytical testing for raw materials and formulated products.

Quanticate

101 Main Street, Suite 1720Quanticate offers clinical research services including data management, statistical consultancy/programming/analysis, medical writing, and pharmacovigilance.

Quanticate

3rd Floor, 63a George StreetQuanticate offers clinical research services including data management, statistical consultancy/programming/analysis, medical writing, and pharmacovigilance.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Research (NMR)

Richard E. Scammell, WH 3rd Fl, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 110 8th Street, Troy, NY 12180The NMR facility was established with the mission of becoming a regional center for open use by both academic and industrial researchers throughout the upstate NY community and beyond. Therefore, all researchers interested in utilizing these facilities (including the scheduling of training, and to obtain instrument time and rate information) are highly encouraged to contact Scott McCallum, the Director of the NMR core facility. Facility staff is also highly receptive and supportive of the development of new methods to enhance and facilitate NMR-based biomolecular, chemical, and analytical applications. Service work and assisted access is available to industry with clearly defined Intellectual Property protection. In addition, consultation and research support services may be available with appropriate interaction through RPI’s technology transfer personnel within the Department of Research Administration.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Research (NMR)

Richard E. Scammell, WH 3rd Fl, 110 8th Street, Troy, , NY , 12180 United StatesThe NMR facility was established with the mission of becoming a regional center for open use by both academic and industrial researchers throughout the upstate NY community and beyond. Therefore, all researchers interested in utilizing these facilities (including the scheduling of training, and to obtain instrument time and rate information) are highly encouraged to contact Scott McCallum, the Director of the NMR core facility. Facility staff is also highly receptive and supportive of the development of new methods to enhance and facilitate NMR-based biomolecular, chemical, and analytical applications. Service work and assisted access is available to industry with clearly defined Intellectual Property protection. In addition, consultation and research support services may be available with appropriate interaction through RPI’s technology transfer personnel within the Department of Research Administration.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS Stem Cell Research Core

110 8th Street Troy, NY 12180 USA The Rensselaer Center for Stem Cell Research (RCSCR) was established in 2012 with a NYSTEM award for the construction and operation of a shared-use stem cell research facility. The double-laboratory facility provides research support and training in stem cell culture, derivation, imaging and analysis for students and faculty from Rensselaer, the Capital Region of New York State and beyond. In addition to dedicated tissue culture, incubation and microscopy equipment, the Center provides equipment for hypoxia studies, time lapse and high-content microscopy. Research within the stem cell facility is enhanced by direct collaboration with several neighboring Rensselaer research cores and their staff members, including advanced microscopy, bioimaging, cell biology, biochemistry and animal research.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS Stem Cell Research Core

110 8th Street Troy, , NY , 12180 United States The Rensselaer Center for Stem Cell Research (RCSCR) was established in 2012 with a NYSTEM award for the construction and operation of a shared-use stem cell research facility. The double-laboratory facility provides research support and training in stem cell culture, derivation, imaging and analysis for students and faculty from Rensselaer, the Capital Region of New York State and beyond. In addition to dedicated tissue culture, incubation and microscopy equipment, the Center provides equipment for hypoxia studies, time lapse and high-content microscopy. Research within the stem cell facility is enhanced by direct collaboration with several neighboring Rensselaer research cores and their staff members, including advanced microscopy, bioimaging, cell biology, biochemistry and animal research.

Reichert Technologies Life Sciences

3362 Walden Avenue Buffalo, New York 14043 USAMaking history in precision instrument innovation Reichert Technologies Life Sciences boasts a rich legacy in optics and refractometry spanning nearly 140 years. Continually centered on generating new ideas and technologies, our purpose is to keep providing the leading innovations that empower you in your ceaseless quest for discovery.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS Cell & Molecular Biology Research Core

110 Eighth Street, Troy, NY USA 12180The Cell and Molecular Biology Core Facility provides state-of-the-art facilities to support experimental demands ranging from routine culture techniques to advanced cell transfection and cell sorting capabilities. Routine tissue culture needs are supported by two Biosafety Cabinets, a pair of CO2 incubators, refrigerators and freezers, environmental rooms, centrifuges, water baths, and inverted microscopes.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS Cell & Molecular Biology Research Core

110 Eighth Street, Troy, , NY , 12180 United StatesThe Cell and Molecular Biology Core Facility provides state-of-the-art facilities to support experimental demands ranging from routine culture techniques to advanced cell transfection and cell sorting capabilities. Routine tissue culture needs are supported by two Biosafety Cabinets, a pair of CO2 incubators, refrigerators and freezers, environmental rooms, centrifuges, water baths, and inverted microscopes.

Roswell Park Cancer Institute - Genomics Core

Elm & Carlton Streets Buffalo, NY, 14263 United States

Reprokine

616 Corporate Way, Suite 2 #3989Reprokine is focused on developement, manufacturing and marketing of immune reagents including E. coli and mammalian derived recombinant cytokines, growth factors, and labled antibody products.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS Microscopy Core

110 Eighth Street, Troy, NY USA 12180The Microscopy suite is located on the first floor in the Center for Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary Studies. The facility is equipped with a number of state-of-the-art microscopes. Its mission is to provide service and consultation to both on- and off-campus investigators. Technology: Critical CO2 Freeze Dryer Microm HM 505E Cryostat Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope Multiphoton Microscope Asylum MFP3D AFM Atomic Force Microscope Olympus IX81 TIRF Microscope MMI Laser Microdissection/Optical Tweezers

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS Microscopy Core

110 Eighth Street, Troy, , NY , 12180 United StatesThe Microscopy suite is located on the first floor in the Center for Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary Studies. The facility is equipped with a number of state-of-the-art microscopes. Its mission is to provide service and consultation to both on- and off-campus investigators. Technology: Critical CO2 Freeze Dryer Microm HM 505E Cryostat Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope Multiphoton Microscope Asylum MFP3D AFM Atomic Force Microscope Olympus IX81 TIRF Microscope MMI Laser Microdissection/Optical Tweezers

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

777 Old Saw Mill River Rd, Tarrytown, NY 10591Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is a biotechnology company headquartered in Tarrytown, New York. The company was founded in 1988.[3] Originally focused on neurotrophic factors and their regenerative capabilities (thus the name), it branched out into the study of both cytokine and tyrosine kinase receptors.

Raland Compliance Partners, LLC

1387 Fairport Road Suite 1000E Fairport, NY, 14450 United StatesRaland Compliance Partners, your trusted partner delivering full-cycle Quality, Regulatory, and Clinical sustainable compliance solutions. Raland Compliance Partners (RCP) provides full-cycle compliance consultation for Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, and Biotech companies worldwide. Whether you need the opinion of an ex-FDA consultant, strategic subject matter expertise, mobilize a program or project team, or just to augment your existing clinical, quality or regulatory organization, we’re here to help. When you engage with RCP your support extends to the combined knowledge and expertise of our entire in-house team, leveraging decades of industry experience…we’re not happy until you are. We strive for immediate and sustained improvement, whether writing or revising SOPs, Quality System improvement or remediation, right-sized commissioning and qualification, or responding to regulator enforcement action. Our team has decades of real world experience in designing, producing and delivering customized learning solutions to make sure our improvement solutions stick.

Roswell Park Biorepository

Carlton Street Buffalo, NY, 14203 United StatesThe RPCI Data Bank and BioRepository Shared Resource (DBBR) prospectively collects and provides de-identified biospecimens and associated epidemiological and clinical data to investigators with IRB approved protocols. Newly diagnosed patients are consented for collection of blood tubes, completion of a risk factor questionnaire, and permission to link their samples to clinical data. DBBR samples and data can also be paired with tumor tissue from the Pathology Network Shared Resource and clinical data abstraction from the Clinical Data Network Shared Resource.

Roar Biomedical

3960 Broadway New York, NY 10032 USARoar Biomedical develops, manufactures and markets novel fluorescence-based methods for drug discovery and clinical research. Roar specializes in techniques to measure the activity of enzymes directly involved in lipid metabolism.

Rigaku

7a Raymond AvenueRigaku offers instruments and services for electron diffraction crystallography, x-ray crystallography, x-ray diffraction, x-ray spectrometry, semiconductor metrology, automation, and cryogenics.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS Analytical Biochemistry Core Facility

110 Eighth Street, Troy, NY USA 12180The Analytical Biochemistry Core Facility at RPI is one of the best equipped research facilities in the northeast and provides state-of-the-art instrumentation for physical and/or chemical characterization of biological samples and nano-materials.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS Analytical Biochemistry Core Facility

110 Eighth Street, Troy, , NY , 12180 United StatesThe Analytical Biochemistry Core Facility at RPI is one of the best equipped research facilities in the northeast and provides state-of-the-art instrumentation for physical and/or chemical characterization of biological samples and nano-materials.

Roswell Park Cancer Institute

Elm and Carlton Streets Buffalo, NY 14263 USARoswell Park Cancer Institute currently supports over 20 scientific shared resources that provide our investigators with access to a broad range of sophisticated scientific instrumentation, cutting edge technical and analytical applications, comprehensive sample biorepositories and more.

Rochester General Hospital

1425 Portland Ave Rochester, NY 14621Rochester General Hospital is a 528-bed tertiary care hospital that has been serving the residents of the Rochester Region and beyond since 1847. Rochester General Hospital offers primary medical care and a broad range of specialties. Rochester General Hospital’s medical staff includes over 1,000 primary care physicians and specialists, many of whom have offices at the hospital and throughout the community.

Rochester General Hospital

1425 Portland Ave Rochester, , NY , 14621 United StatesRochester General Hospital is a 528-bed tertiary care hospital that has been serving the residents of the Rochester Region and beyond since 1847. Rochester General Hospital offers primary medical care and a broad range of specialties. Rochester General Hospital’s medical staff includes over 1,000 primary care physicians and specialists, many of whom have offices at the hospital and throughout the community.

Rochester Clinical Research

500 Helendale Road, Suite L20Rochester Clinical Research provides, clinical trials for many therapeutic areas.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS Microbiology Research Core

110 Eighth Street, Troy, NY USA 12180The Microbiology Research Core at Rensselaer can facilitate bacterial growth, harvesting, and processing on a small, medium and large scale. Features • Three New Brunswick Bio-Flow Fermentors (two 30 L and one 15 L, working volume). • Cepa Z41 Continuous Flow Centrifuge • Incubators and Shakers • High Speed/High-Capacity Centrifuges • Ultracentrifuges • French Press • Microfluidizer • Sonicator • Klett for measuring DNA concentrations in cell cultures. • Nanodrop for measuring absorbances

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS Microbiology Research Core

110 Eighth Street, Troy, , NY , 12180 United StatesThe Microbiology Research Core at Rensselaer can facilitate bacterial growth, harvesting, and processing on a small, medium and large scale. Features • Three New Brunswick Bio-Flow Fermentors (two 30 L and one 15 L, working volume). • Cepa Z41 Continuous Flow Centrifuge • Incubators and Shakers • High Speed/High-Capacity Centrifuges • Ultracentrifuges • French Press • Microfluidizer • Sonicator • Klett for measuring DNA concentrations in cell cultures. • Nanodrop for measuring absorbances

RxUSA

81 Seaview Boulevard Port Washington, NY, 11050 United StatesRxUSA is a domestic USA based Pharmacy Wholesale distributor, serving physicians, hospitals, clinics, pharmacies, co-op pharmacy groups, and specialty licensed research facilities and accounts. We are distributors of only USA-FDA approved medications and drugs. We specialize in Oncology and Plasma Pharmaceuticals but have a wide variety of pharmaceutical products available.

Rules-Based Medicine, Inc.

7 Wesvalley RoadMyriad RBM, Inc. is the world’s leading multiplexed immunoassay testing laboratory, providing comprehensive protein biomarker services based on its Multi-Analyte Profiling (MAP) technology platform. This platform provides pre-clinical and clinical researchers with reproducible and quantitative data for a few or hundreds of proteins in a cost-effective manner. All services are performed in our CLIA certified laboratory. As a guide to drug development researchers, Myriad RBM also offers companion diagnostic, custom assay development, co-sponsored research programs, and innovative cell culture products and services. Myriad RBM’s CLIA certified biomarker testing laboratory, is located in Austin, TX. Myriad RBM is a wholly owned subsidiary of Myriad Genetics, Inc. (MYGN), a leading molecular diagnostic company based in Salt Lake City, Utah which develops and markets novel predictive medicine, personalized medicine and prognostic medicine tests.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS BioResearch Core

110 8th Street Troy, NY 12180 USAThe BioResearch Core (BRC) facilities include 14,000 square feet of rodent research space with barrier housing in ventilated rack systems, surgery and procedure suites, necropsy and anesthesia rooms, sterilization and washing facility, Hydropac water system, behavioral and circadian research suites, an aquatic research complex and quarantine facilities. The BioResearch staff supports all rodent BioImaging procedures. Compliance The BRC adheres to all guidelines of the NIH (Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare), American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and New York State Department of Health. All activities are reviewed and approved by the Rensselaer Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) – and by the attending veterinarian. Information concerning facility Specific-Pathogen-Free (SPF) profile and quarantine policies is available. Professional assistance with the preparation of animal research protocols and training in specific procedures are available by appointment.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS BioResearch Core

110 8th Street Troy, , NY , 12180 United StatesThe BioResearch Core (BRC) facilities include 14,000 square feet of rodent research space with barrier housing in ventilated rack systems, surgery and procedure suites, necropsy and anesthesia rooms, sterilization and washing facility, Hydropac water system, behavioral and circadian research suites, an aquatic research complex and quarantine facilities. The BioResearch staff supports all rodent BioImaging procedures. Compliance The BRC adheres to all guidelines of the NIH (Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare), American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and New York State Department of Health. All activities are reviewed and approved by the Rensselaer Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) – and by the attending veterinarian. Information concerning facility Specific-Pathogen-Free (SPF) profile and quarantine policies is available. Professional assistance with the preparation of animal research protocols and training in specific procedures are available by appointment.

Research Concierge™

2150 Elmwood Avenue Buffalo, NY, 14207 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Research Concierge™

11 Harbor Park Drive Port Washington, NY, 11050 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Research Concierge™

One Riverfront Plaza Corning, NY, 14831 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Research Concierge™

10 Executive Blvd Farmingdale, NY, 11735 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Rentschler Biotechnologie

400 Oser Ave., Suite 1650Rentschler Biotechnologie offers protein structure, identity and purity analysis, glycoprotein characterization, bioassays, western blotting, ELISA, antibody, API synthesis, cell line development, and DNA analysis services.

Research Concierge™

PO Box# 11337 Syracuse, NY, 13218 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Roswell Park Cancer Institute Gene Targeting and Transgenic Core

Roswell Park Cancer Institute Gene Targeting and Transgenic Resource Medical Research Complex, Rooms 312A, 376, 381 and 381A Elm and Carlton Streets Buffalo, New York 14263The mission of the Gene Targeting and Transgenic Shared Resource (GTTR) is to ensure that investigators have access to state-of-the-art transgenic mouse technologies, methods and animal models.

Roswell Park Cancer Institute Gene Targeting and Transgenic Core

Buffalo, NY United StatesThe mission of the Gene Targeting and Transgenic Shared Resource (GTTR) is to ensure that investigators have access to state-of-the-art transgenic mouse technologies, methods and animal models.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Proteomics Core

110 Eighth Street, Troy, NY USA 12180

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS BioImaging and NMR Research Core

110 Eighth Street, Troy, NY USA 12180The Imaging equipment is supported by trained technicians from the Bioresearch Core facility and research animals are cared for in a short-term and a long-term transient housing rooms provided with highly sophisticated, barrier housing systems. Multiple anesthesia systems and telemetry equipment are available. All procedures are reviewed by the Rensselaer Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) and the attending veterinarian. Fully outfitted sample and subject preparation workspaces also are available. Additional fees may be incurred for bioresearch animal technician assistance.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CBIS BioImaging and NMR Research Core

110 Eighth Street, Troy, , NY , 12180 United StatesThe Imaging equipment is supported by trained technicians from the Bioresearch Core facility and research animals are cared for in a short-term and a long-term transient housing rooms provided with highly sophisticated, barrier housing systems. Multiple anesthesia systems and telemetry equipment are available. All procedures are reviewed by the Rensselaer Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) and the attending veterinarian. Fully outfitted sample and subject preparation workspaces also are available. Additional fees may be incurred for bioresearch animal technician assistance.

SUNY University at Buffalo SoPPS Pharmaceutical Genetics Laboratory

285 Kapoor Hall Buffalo, NY 14214-8033The Pharmaceutical Genetics Laboratory (460 Kapoor Hall) provides research support for an array of basic molecular biology techniques to assist students and faculty in addressing questions in pharmacogenetics research. The laboratory has the necessary equipment to perform quantitative real-time PCR, DNA genotyping, DNA cloning, recombinant protein expression, fluorescence microscopy, and imaging. The facility provides varied equipment including real-time PCR cyclers (Bio-Rad and Stratagene), a Bio-Rad photo documentation system, nano drop spectrophotometers, a Zeiss Axiovert 200M microscope, gradient PCR thermal cyclers, refrigerated centrifuges and ultracentrifuges, dedicated -20 ºC and -80 ºC freezers, and miscellaneous equipment.

SUNY University at Buffalo SoPPS Pharmaceutical Genetics Laboratory

12 Capen Hall, Buffalo, New York, 14260-1660 United StatesThe Pharmaceutical Genetics Laboratory (460 Kapoor Hall) provides research support for an array of basic molecular biology techniques to assist students and faculty in addressing questions in pharmacogenetics research. The laboratory has the necessary equipment to perform quantitative real-time PCR, DNA genotyping, DNA cloning, recombinant protein expression, fluorescence microscopy, and imaging. The facility provides varied equipment including real-time PCR cyclers (Bio-Rad and Stratagene), a Bio-Rad photo documentation system, nano drop spectrophotometers, a Zeiss Axiovert 200M microscope, gradient PCR thermal cyclers, refrigerated centrifuges and ultracentrifuges, dedicated -20 ºC and -80 ºC freezers, and miscellaneous equipment.

Sciarra Labs

485-09 S. Broadway Hicksville, NY 11801 USASciarra Labs develops and manufactures pharmaceutical aerosols.

Stony Brook University Cell Culture/Hybridoma Facility

Life Sciences 233, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook University Cell Culture/Hybridoma Facility provides antibody, hybridoma, and cell culture services.

Savior Lifetech

No. 11, Da-shueng 9th Rd., Tainan Science Park,Tainan County 74145, Taiwan, R.O.C.Savior Lifetech specializes in sterile carbapenem antibiotics and supplying APIs.

Savior Lifetech

No. 29, Kejhong Road, Chu- Nan site, Hsinchu Science-Based Industrial Park, Miao- Li County, Taiwan 350, R.O.CSavior Lifetech specializes in sterile carbapenem antibiotics and supplying APIs.

St. John's University

8000 Utopia Parkway, Queens, NY 11439Founded in 1870, St. John’s is a Catholic and Vincentian university that prepares students for personal and professional success in today’s global society. The University is committed to serving those in need as St. Vincent de Paul did, and is committed to combating the root causes of injustice while helping to create a more equitable world.

St. John's University

8000 Utopia Parkway, Queens, , NY , 11439 United StatesFounded in 1870, St. John’s is a Catholic and Vincentian university that prepares students for personal and professional success in today’s global society. The University is committed to serving those in need as St. Vincent de Paul did, and is committed to combating the root causes of injustice while helping to create a more equitable world.

SUNY Downstate Medical Center

450 Clarkson Avenue Brooklyn, NY , 11203 United StatesFormally known as The State University of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn—but better known to our patients and Brooklyn neighbors as SUNY Downstate Medical Center—we are older than the Brooklyn Bridge. We trace our roots back to 1860, when a school of medicine was founded at the Long Island College Hospital. The new college’s faculty revolutionized medical education in this country by bringing the teaching of medicine to the hospital bedside, thus rejecting the idea that physicians should be trained exclusively in university lecture halls. Today, SUNY Downstate is one of the nation’s leading urban medical centers. SUNY Downstate comprises a College of Medicine, College of Health Related Professions, College of Nursing, School of Graduate Studies, School of Public Health, and University Hospital of Brooklyn. The quality of our education, research, and patient care programs was confirmed with the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Medicine to Dr. Robert Furchgott, a member of our School of Graduate Studies faculty since 1956. Dr. Furchgott’s identification of nitric oxide as a signalling molecule important in vascular health has revolutionized care for heart, stroke, impotence, and other diseases. As the only academic medical center in Brooklyn, we serve a large population–over 2.3 million people–and one that is among the most diverse in the world. We are also an engine of opportunity for students interested in pursuing careers in health care. Many of our students are the first in their families to attend college. More physicians who practice medicine in New York City received their training at our College of Medicine than any other medical center in the country. Nationally, our medical school ranks seventh in the number of graduates who are now engaged in academic medicine. Here in Brooklyn, our impact is even greater. We have trained nearly half of all doctors practicing in a number of specialty areas. Our College of Health Related Professions and College of Nursing also play a unique role in the borough and the city. We have the oldest midwifery program in the country, and we recently made history again by establishing a joint program between the two colleges that trains midwives who are not nurses. The College of Nursing is particularly proud of its role in educating minority students. Approximately three-fourths of the students are minority-group members, and many are recent immigrants. University Hospital of Brooklyn is the borough’s only hospital located at an academic medical center. As such, it offers the most advanced and comprehensive care in Brooklyn. Many of its physicians are regularly rated among the best in New York City. Some are known throughout the world. SUNY Downstate Medical Center enters the new century with a renewed dedication to serving the people of Brooklyn through its three-fold mission of education, research, and patient care.

SUNY Old Westbury

223 Store Hill Road Old Westbury, New York, 11568 United StatesSUNY Old Westbury is a dynamic and diverse public liberal arts college that fosters academic excellence through close interaction among students, faculty and staff. Old Westbury weaves the values of integrity, community engagement, and global citizenship into the fabric of its academic programs and campus life. In an environment that cultivates critical thinking, empathy, creativity and intercultural understanding, we endeavor to stimulate a passion for learning and a commitment to building a more just and sustainable world. The College is a community of students, teachers, staff, and alumni bound together in mutual support, respect, and dedication to the Mission.

Slack Chemical Company, Inc.

465 South Clinton Street Carthage, NY 13619Slack Chemical is proud to be recognized as one of the top chemical distributors in the nation. Always looking to improve upon our success, Slack Chemical offers the highest quality products, competitive pricing, and customer service without comparison. Slack Chemical has been at your service since 1944. As a chemical warehousing, repackaging and distribution company, we specialize in swift, reliable delivery of the highest quality products. We have more than 500 commodity items worth well over $7 million stored at our facilities in Carthage, Castorland, and Saratoga Springs New York. Our professional, highly trained staff is ready to assist you with all of your chemical needs. Slack is ready to deliver or ship to you at a moment's notice. If we don't stock it, we'll get it...fast. Slack will get you what you need when you want it. Even if you have an unusual request, we want you to give us a call. Our combined facilities include three rail sidings; 650,000 gallons of liquid storage, and 385,000 square footage of packaging, warehousing and office space. Inventory consists of over 500 materials currently valued at $3 million. Slack Chemical has one of the largest privately owned fleet of tractor-trailers in the Northeast, including 37 powered units, augmented by 80 tank and box trailers. All drivers are Slack employees with extensive training in HAZMAT transporting and dispensing of a wide variety of bulk tankers, as well as packaged dry and liquid materials. We invite all interested parties to contact us to learn more about how we can meet your needs.

Slack Chemical Company, Inc.

465 South Clinton Street Carthage, , NY , 13619 United StatesSlack Chemical is proud to be recognized as one of the top chemical distributors in the nation. Always looking to improve upon our success, Slack Chemical offers the highest quality products, competitive pricing, and customer service without comparison. Slack Chemical has been at your service since 1944. As a chemical warehousing, repackaging and distribution company, we specialize in swift, reliable delivery of the highest quality products. We have more than 500 commodity items worth well over $7 million stored at our facilities in Carthage, Castorland, and Saratoga Springs New York. Our professional, highly trained staff is ready to assist you with all of your chemical needs. Slack is ready to deliver or ship to you at a moment's notice. If we don't stock it, we'll get it...fast. Slack will get you what you need when you want it. Even if you have an unusual request, we want you to give us a call. Our combined facilities include three rail sidings; 650,000 gallons of liquid storage, and 385,000 square footage of packaging, warehousing and office space. Inventory consists of over 500 materials currently valued at $3 million. Slack Chemical has one of the largest privately owned fleet of tractor-trailers in the Northeast, including 37 powered units, augmented by 80 tank and box trailers. All drivers are Slack employees with extensive training in HAZMAT transporting and dispensing of a wide variety of bulk tankers, as well as packaged dry and liquid materials. We invite all interested parties to contact us to learn more about how we can meet your needs.

Simulations Plus

1780 Wehrle Drive Buffalo, NY, 14221 United StatesSimulations Plus (NASDAQ: SLP) is the premier developer of modeling & simulation software and consulting services supporting drug discovery, clinical development research, and regulatory submissions. We partner with companies to provide a data-driven, strategic modeling methodology, starting in early discovery, continuing through preclinical/clinical development, and concluding with clinical trials/post approval. With our subsidiaries, Cognigen Corporation and DILIsym Services, we offer #1-ranked, easy-to-use software (GastroPlus®, ADMET Predictor®, KIWI™, DILIsym®, NAFLDsym®, PKPlus™, and more) to bridge data mining, compound library screening with machine learning models, PBPK/TK modeling & simulation in animals and humans following administration around the body, and quantitative systems pharmacology/toxicology approaches. Our software programs are complemented by our PBPK and pharmacometric modeling and simulation services, including model-driven drug development strategies, PK/PD modeling & simulation, and data assembly. The Simulations Plus team of over 100 dedicated scientists & professionals, with decades of experience, stands ready to help.

StemCure

164 20th Street, Unit 2D Brooklyn, NY 11232StemCure is a unique Personal Tissue Bank, committed to the development of a new program that offers clients the best opportunity to benefit from anticipated future advances in the growing field of regenerative medicine. Our mission is the cryopreservation (deep freezing) of our clients’ viable tissue samples and encompassed genetic material (DNA), recovered at their current age, to provide a personal cell archive which they may access as they grow older. We are confident that cell based therapeutic medical procedures will become accepted medical practice in the future, and that clients who invest in our process will have access to the best form of their own cells, the cells of their younger years, for such procedures.

SUNY The College at Brockport

350 New Campus Dr Brockport, NY , 14420 United StatesBrockport is a selective, nationally recognized and accredited public institution. We are the engaged SUNY campus and one of the most engaged college campuses in the country.

Sheffield Bio-Science

Norwich, NY, 13815 United StatesSheffield Bio-Science, a Kerry Group company, offers cell culture and excipient products and services.

St. Lawrence University

23 Romoda Drive, Canton, NY 13617St. Lawrence University is a vibrant, collaborative community of learners who value thought and action. Students tap their full potential as they embrace the natural environment, engage with global challenges, and experience the relevance and adventure of a liberal arts education in a complex and changing world. The mission of St. Lawrence University is to provide an inspiring and demanding undergraduate education in the liberal arts to students selected for their seriousness of purpose and intellectual promise.

St. Lawrence University

23 Romoda Dr, Canton, , NY , 13617 United StatesSt. Lawrence University is a vibrant, collaborative community of learners who value thought and action. Students tap their full potential as they embrace the natural environment, engage with global challenges, and experience the relevance and adventure of a liberal arts education in a complex and changing world. The mission of St. Lawrence University is to provide an inspiring and demanding undergraduate education in the liberal arts to students selected for their seriousness of purpose and intellectual promise.

SUNY Upstate Medical University X-Ray Diffraction Core

4247 Weiskotten Hall Syracuse, NY, 13210-2375 United StatesThe xray diffraction facility, located in 4247 Weiskotten Hall, can be used for crystal screening or diffraction data collection; for macromolecular or small-molecule crystallography. It consists of a high brilliance Oxford Excalibur PX Ultra diffraction instrument with a low-maintenance xray tube, a large Onyx CCD detector (165mm active area) and an Oxford cryo-stream for cryogenic data collection. A 4-circle kappa goniometer allows easy crystal mounting and alignment and permits data collection around any rotation axis. Two stereomicroscopes are available for crystal mounting. Data collection is controlled using the CrysAlis Pro software. The data can be reduced using proprietary routines in the same software, or the diffraction images can be exported in a format compatible with popular data reduction programs such as MOSFLM.

SK Life Science

22-10 Route 208 SouthSK Life Science is a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on CNS drug discovery and development as well as API custom manufacturing under cGMP.

SUNY Upstate Medical University Cryo Electron Microscopy Core

141 Weiskotten Hall Syracuse, NY, 13210-2375 United StatesBrief Description of Core: The Department of Biochemistry houses a state-of-the-art cryo transmission electron microscope (JEOL JEM-2100) equipped with cryo stage and digital imaging capabilities for observation of specimen at room and liquid nitrogen temperatures. The cryo TEM is suitable for observation of frozen hydrated specimen such as single protein molecules or two-dimensional crystals of membrane proteins. TVIPS EMMENU software allows automatic data collection for single molecule image analysis and cryo electron tomography.

SUNY University at Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions

1021 Main Street Buffalo, NY , 14203-1016 United StatesThe Research Institute on Addictions (RIA) is a long-standing national leader in the study of substance use and abuse, addiction and treatment. For more than 40 years, we have conducted groundbreaking research on significant addiction issues. Part of UB’s Downtown Campus, RIA is a key contributor to the university’s reputation for research excellence and a proud member of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.

SoftGenetics

100 Oakwood Ave, Suite 350SoftGenetics offers its proprietary software to assist in analysis of sequences, fragments, and next generation data.

Solidus Biosciences

1223 Peoples Avenue Troy NY 12180 USASolidus Biosciences offers toxicology assays and a high throughput MetaChip platform.

Solidus Biosciences

Troy, NY United StatesSolidus Biosciences offers toxicology assays and a high throughput MetaChip platform.

Steepconsult Inc dba Arrayo

1177 6th Avenue New York, NY, 10036 United StatesWe accelerate life science R&D by transforming raw data and leveraging innovative technologies to drive data-driven initiatives and bring tech insight into the lab. Team Arrayo is positioned at the forefront of computational intense science from statistical analysis to computational modeling and high dimensional data analysis. We are computational scientists and data scientists with comprehensive industry experience in clinical and preclinical data analysis; using multi-omics, PK/PD, ADME and other data to advance drug discovery, predictive modeling, target identification and validation. Our background spans drug development projects in auto-immune, oncology, cardiovascular, infectious and rare diseases. Team Arrayo builds bespoke scientific applications/tools and is the trusted data science, machine learning, and informatics service provider for all scales; from small projects, academia and startups to global pharma and legacy data initiatives we deliver pragmatic & transformative results to support our clients core competencies.

SUNY Research Foundation

35 State Street Albany, NY , 12207-2826 United StatesThe Research Foundation for The State University of New York (RF) is the largest, most comprehensive university-connected research foundation in the country. Serving SUNY and New York State, the RF provides essential services to SUNY faculty, students and staff who are performing life-changing research in life sciences and medicine; engineering and nanotechnology; physical sciences and energy; social sciences; and computer and information sciences. More than 15,000 dedicated RF employees work on SUNY-led research, training and public service projects throughout New York, across the country and around the world. The RF strategic plan is aligned with the Power of SUNY and SUNY’s Research and Innovation Strategy. The RF is committed to integrity, accountability and transparency in carrying out its mission.

SUNY Upstate Medical University Flow Cytometry Core

Weiskotten Hall Rm. 2321 766 Irving Ave. Syracuse, NY , 13210 United StatesBrief Description of Core:Flow cytometry is the usual method of choice for multi parameter analysis of individual cells and is used for the quantification of functional or cellular properties of cells. Applications extend into the fields of immunology, hematology, oncology, reproductive biology, microbiology, parasitology, and genetics.

SUNY Upstate Medical University In Vivo Computed-Tomography Core

Syracuse, NY, 13210-2375 United StatesBrief Description of Core: Non-invasive, high resolution (down to 27microns) imaging of living animals (mice and rats). The same animal can be imaged over time in lateral studies that monitor the progression of disease or the response to therapy. In vitro samples can also be imaged with high resolution.

SUNY Binghamton University

4400 Vestal Parkway East Binghamton, , NY , 13902 United StatesA world-class institution, Binghamton University offers students a broad, interdisciplinary education with an international perspective and one of the most vibrant research programs in the nation. Ranked among the elite public universities in the country, Binghamton challenges students academically, not financially, in its unique, best-of-both-worlds environment. Our academic culture rivals a first-rate private university — rigorous, collaborative and boldly innovative — while our campus culture exemplifies the best kind of public university experience: richly diverse students, active social life and deep engagement with the community.

Schott

555 Taxter Road Elmsford, NY 10523 USASchott provides glass solutions for the needs of the LIfe Science and the Pharmaceutical Industry.

Schrodinger

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

Schrodinger

120 West 45th StreetSchrodinger provides modeling, visualization, simulation, software and technology services.

Stony Brook University Division of Laboratory Animal Resources (DLAR)

Stony Brook, NY, 11794-3365 United StatesWelcome to the new web-site for the Division of Laboratory Animal Resources (DLAR) at Stony Brook University! The menu on the left allows access to our various pages. Many of our forms can be downloaded and e-mailed directly to the department. Basic information about DLAR is provided in the Overview section.

SUNY Upstate Medical University Clinical Research Unit

Institute For Human Performance Rm. 1237 505 Irving Ave. Syracuse, NY , 13210 United StatesBrief Description of Core: The Clinical Research Unit is a specialized unit dedicated to conducting clinical research funded by the government, industry or foundations. Core Fee Schedule: The fee is variable depending on the duration and intensity of services rendered.

SUNY Upstate Medical University DNA Sequencing Core

4840 University Hospital Syracuse, NY, 13210-2375 United StatesBrief Description of Core: Provides automated DNA sequencing of single stranded and double stranded DNA samples from purified plasmids and PCR products. Samples are sequenced using the BIG DYE Terminator Version 3.1 Cycle Sequencing Kit from Applied Biosystems and are run on an ABI 3130XL Genetic Analyzer. This automated sequencer uses a four color fluorescent dye system and typically provides 600-1000 bases of usable sequence data per reaction. Our normal turn-around time is one working day after receipt of samples. Core Fee Schedule: The fee for DNA Sequencing is currently $10.00 / reaction run for SUNY Upstate Medical University customers and $11.00 for all outside customers. One reaction consists of one DNA template (customer-supplied plasmid DNA or PCR product) being sequenced with one primer. A discounted rate of $9.00 / reaction for in-house SUNY UMC customers and $10.00 / reaction for outside customers is also offered when one principal investigator brings 50 or more samples as a single batch to be sequenced. The Core now carries 12 stock primers at no additional charge (M13 Forward, M13 Reverse, T7 Promoter, T7T Terminator, T3 Promoter, SP6 Promoter, SP6 Upstream, BGH Reverse, PGEX3, PGEX5, EGFP-C and EGFP-N).

SUNY Cortland

P.O. Box 2000 Cortland, , NY , 13045 United StatesMomentum Defines SUNY Cortland You can’t miss the momentum that’s everywhere on the SUNY Cortland campus, whether it's through our active student body involved in research projects, clubs and organizations or the energy and spirit of the crowds who cheer on our Red Dragon athletic teams. You will love collaborating with your faculty on everything from scholarly pursuits to community service activities. Our devoted alumni participate in programs designed to connect them with current students and return to campus for reunions, athletic events or to be honored by the College. The momentum is in the air. You can feel it! Uniquely SUNY Cortland The inspiration to be a champion in every aspect of life — that’s the value of the experiences and education at SUNY Cortland. It’s what makes us unique as a college; it’s what contributes to our success in the classroom, on the field and in the wide range of careers our students choose.

SUNY University at Buffalo SoPPS Pharmaceutical Sciences Instrument Facility

285 Kapoor Hall Buffalo, NY 14214-8033The Pharmaceutical Sciences Instrumentation Facility is available to all School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences faculty. It connects to faculty laboratories, conference rooms, glass washing room and walk-in cold room. Instrumentation Facility includes: liquid chromatography/mass spectrophometers ultracentrifuges scintillation counters gamma counter high performance liquid chromatographs spectrophotometers, including gas chromatographs, physiographs computer-aided imaging equipment cell culture facilities fluorescent and uv/visible plate readers phosphoimager peptide synthesizer, fluorescence and circular dichroism spectrometers differential scanning calorimetry thermogravimetric and analysis instrumentation

SUNY University at Buffalo SoPPS Pharmaceutical Sciences Instrument Facility

285 Kapoor Hall Buffalo, NY, 14214 United StatesThe Pharmaceutical Sciences Instrumentation Facility is available to all School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences faculty. It connects to faculty laboratories, conference rooms, glass washing room and walk-in cold room. Instrumentation Facility includes: liquid chromatography/mass spectrophometers ultracentrifuges scintillation counters gamma counter high performance liquid chromatographs spectrophotometers, including gas chromatographs, physiographs computer-aided imaging equipment cell culture facilities fluorescent and uv/visible plate readers phosphoimager peptide synthesizer, fluorescence and circular dichroism spectrometers differential scanning calorimetry thermogravimetric and analysis instrumentation

Symbio

21 Perry Street Port Jefferson, NY, 11777 United StatesSymbio is a client-focused international full-service CRO, specialized in Dermatology. We manage all CRO core services in-house and have our offices in the US and Europe. Since 2002 we deliver excellent service and provide experienced qualified personnel to strategically manage all aspects of clinical trials as well as support biotech and pharma companies with the clinical development programm planning. Symbio offers expertise in Phase I – IV drug, medical device and cosmetics research studies and has completed over 130 projects to date around the globe. Also, in conjunction with Dow Development Laboratories, LLC, Symbio’s subsidiary, we offer a turnkey CRO solution that also includes design, development and formulation of topical products. Our clients benefit from our team's broad experience and extensive industry network and receive operational, regulatory and scientific support during the whole product development process.

Shimadzu

Unit F, 10-16 South StreetShimadzu offers analytical technology, laboratory instruments, testing machines, and scales.

Sixth-Man Consulting

50 North Middletown Road Montvale, NJ, 07645 United StatesEvery team needs a professional to come off the bench, to add a spark and make a difference. Sixth-Man Consulting was founded by Ro Oteri to support companies participating in the Personal Care and Pharmaceutical industries, ranging from materials suppliers to branded marketers. He brings a wealth of commercial and technical expertise having served in global senior management positions at raw material suppliers, Presperse, ISP, and TRI-K and the dermatology finished products provider, Amcol Health and Beauty Solutions. Sixth-Man Consulting focuses primarily in two areas. The first is helping specialty chemicals and materials manufacturers grow or start their business in the personal care industry. Ro specializes in high level strategy development and business planning as well as program execution in the areas of sales, marketing, business development, new product development and geographic expansion. Sixth-Man Consulting also works with branded marketers providing support services in the areas of product development. Specifically, the firm lends expertise in formula development, packaging, manufacturing, regulatory, and supply chain functions. Sixth-Man Consulting addresses an important need in the industry for proven expertise at a moments notice that fills an organizational gap, solves a problem, or creates strategy and plans to take a business to the next level.

SUNY Upstate Medical University Proteomics & Mass Spectrometry Core

Weiskotten Hall Addition, Room 7309 Syracuse, NY, 13210-2375 United StatesBrief Description of Core: The Upstate Proteomics & Mass Spectometry Core Facility offers Upstate (and external) researchers cutting edge technology to support research projects involving proteomics or metabolomics applications. The facility is equipped with a state-of-the-art Thermo LTQ Orbitrap mass spectometer for superior sensitivity and resolution that allows the identification and quantification of complex mixtures of proteins or metabolites.

SUNY Upstate Medical University Department of Laboratory Animal Resources

Weiskotten Hall Rm. 4159 766 Irving Ave. Syracuse, NY, 13210 United StatesBrief Description of Core: DLAR assists faculty, staff and students involved in research projects by providing information, training, assistance, guidance and support on the proper methods, techniques, and unique biological needs of all species used. It serves as a gateway to the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) regarding ethical and regulatory requirements of using animals in research.

Steuben Foods, Inc.

1150 Maple Road Elma, New York 14059 Our Mission Steuben Foods defines aseptic packaging excellence. We have grown from a century of dairy processing success to become one of America’s premier manufacturers. Our branded customers and consumers can expect safety and quality from every carton, bottle and pack. Innovation from Experience Steuben understands innovation from experience. We offer product and packaging solutions that push the limits of the industry; and unparalleled adaptability to our customers’ unique needs. You might say that the one thing that is consistent is our mastery of change. To partner with Steuben Foods is to unlock a world of aseptic food and beverage opportunities.

Steuben Foods, Inc.

1150 Maple Road NY, 14059 United States Our Mission Steuben Foods defines aseptic packaging excellence. We have grown from a century of dairy processing success to become one of America’s premier manufacturers. Our branded customers and consumers can expect safety and quality from every carton, bottle and pack. Innovation from Experience Steuben understands innovation from experience. We offer product and packaging solutions that push the limits of the industry; and unparalleled adaptability to our customers’ unique needs. You might say that the one thing that is consistent is our mastery of change. To partner with Steuben Foods is to unlock a world of aseptic food and beverage opportunities.

State University of New York at Geneseo

1 College Circle Geneseo, NY , 14454 United StatesThe State University of New York at Geneseo is a premier public liberal arts college nestled in the picturesque Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York. Founded in 1871, Geneseo is known for its exceptional faculty, its welcoming atmosphere, and its reputation for producing fiercely loyal alumni. Dedicated to developing socially responsible citizens with skills and values for productive lives, Geneseo offers a uniquely warm, familial environment for learning and discovery.

Stony Brook University Medical Center Department of Medicine

Stony Brook, NY United StatesStony Brook University Medical Center Department of Medicine focuses on research.

Science Editors Network, LLC

91 Waterside Close Eastcheser, NY, 10709 United States

SUNY Upstate Medical University Molecular Analysis Core

Syracuse, NY, 13210-2375 United StatesBrief Description of Core: SUNYMAC is a Core Facility that provides both fee-for-service sample preparation and analysis and free access to several pieces of common use equipment. The Core specializes in genome-wide or targeted high-throughput gene expression, genotyping, and copy number mapping, as well as ChIP-seq and methylation-seq analysis. The primary technologies include Affymetrix GeneChip and Illumina next-generation sequencing (NGS). SUNYMAC also maintaines instrumentation for sample enrichment (laser microdissection), nucleic acid purification and Q/C analysis (Aggilent Bioanalyzer), as well as NGS library construction (Covaris ultrasonicator, NuGen Mondrian microfluidics system), and target validation (BioRad digital droplet qPCR and real-time qPCR systems, and BioPlex/Luminex system).

Syracuse University

900 South Crouse Ave Syracuse, NY , 13244 United StatesFrom its founding in 1870, Syracuse University has a proud tradition of providing an environment in which students from diverse backgrounds come together to create, grow, and break boundaries.

SUNY University at Buffalo SoPPS Collaborative Computational Facilities

285 Kapoor Hall Buffalo, NY 14214-8033Computation and visualization play a key role in our educational and research activities. We offer courses that provide a heavy concentration in quantitative disciplines, including physical pharmaceutical sciences, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics. Specialized software holdings not only support research and education in PK/PD/PG, but also in molecular computation and visualization. Basic skills training also is offered in computation related to the practice of pharmacy. In terms of research, both undergraduate and graduate students receive hands-on research training by participating in externally-funded research projects. Analysis of data and presentation of research findings are a mainstay of research training.

SUNY University at Buffalo SoPPS Collaborative Computational Facilities

285 Kapoor Hall Buffalo, NY , 14214-8033 United StatesComputation and visualization play a key role in our educational and research activities. We offer courses that provide a heavy concentration in quantitative disciplines, including physical pharmaceutical sciences, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics. Specialized software holdings not only support research and education in PK/PD/PG, but also in molecular computation and visualization. Basic skills training also is offered in computation related to the practice of pharmacy. In terms of research, both undergraduate and graduate students receive hands-on research training by participating in externally-funded research projects. Analysis of data and presentation of research findings are a mainstay of research training.

Syracuse Veterans Affairs Medical Center

800 Irving Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13210The Syracuse VA Medical Center, part of VA Health Care Upstate New York opened its doors on June 14, 1953. The Medical Center utilizes state-of-the-art technology to provide a full range of patient care services, education and research. The 106-bed general medical and surgical facility provides comprehensive: Primary care Mental health care Tertiary care Long-term care Physical medicine Rehabilitation Neurology Oncology Dentistry Geriatrics The Syracuse VA Medical Center also operates a 48-bed Community Care Center that provides a community day program, mental health intensive case management program, homeless veteran program, and vocational services. The Community Living Center is a teaching facility. Syracuse VAMC leases space for two facilities located in Syracuse – the Veteran Recovery and Wellness Center and the Behavioral Health Outpatient Center (BHOC). Syracuse VA partners with Vet Centers located in Syracuse, Binghamton, and Watertown.

Syracuse Veterans Affairs Medical Center

800 Irving Avenue Syracuse, NY, 13210 United StatesThe Syracuse VA Medical Center, part of VA Health Care Upstate New York opened its doors on June 14, 1953. The Medical Center utilizes state-of-the-art technology to provide a full range of patient care services, education and research. The 106-bed general medical and surgical facility provides comprehensive: Primary care Mental health care Tertiary care Long-term care Physical medicine Rehabilitation Neurology Oncology Dentistry Geriatrics The Syracuse VA Medical Center also operates a 48-bed Community Care Center that provides a community day program, mental health intensive case management program, homeless veteran program, and vocational services. The Community Living Center is a teaching facility. Syracuse VAMC leases space for two facilities located in Syracuse – the Veteran Recovery and Wellness Center and the Behavioral Health Outpatient Center (BHOC). Syracuse VA partners with Vet Centers located in Syracuse, Binghamton, and Watertown.

SUNY University at Buffalo South Campus Instrument Center

12 Capen Hall, Buffalo, New York , 14260-1660 United StatesThe South Campus Instrument Center (SCIC) is a full-service facility that specializes in surface imaging and spectroscopy for a wide range of materials and products, as well as expertise in product quality assurance testing, failure analysis, and forensic evaluations. You are encouraged to work directly with our staff for your materials analysis needs. We are also available to visit your production sites to collect samples and additional information, if required.

Stony Brook University

100 Nicolls Road, Stony Brook, NY 11794Stony Brook University performs academic scientific research.

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook, NY United StatesStony Brook University performs academic scientific research.

SUNY Upstate Medical University Musculoskeletal Core

Syracuse, NY, 13210-2375 United StatesBrief Description of Core:This core permits comprehensive imaging and functional evaluation of the musculoskeletal system. Imaging Research Lab The core offers both digital imaging and conventional film screen processing. A registered radiology technician is on staff for each modality there are scientific directors available to assist with study design and application. Clinical films/images are available to provide this ancillary procedure for patients who are also participating in research protocols or for the convenience of clinical researchers while they are working at the IHP. Motion Analysis Lab The core permits a comprehensive analysis of gait, physical performance and related nerve and muscle activity for fully functional individuals as well as those with impairments.

Singulomics Corporation

1300 Morris Park Avenue, Forchheimer Building, Room 726 Bronx, New York, 10461 United StatesSingulOmics Corporation was established in 2016 in New York as a genomic research and service company specializing in the emerging field of single-cell omics. Building on the unmatched expertise in single-cell genomics, transcriptomics and epigenomics developed since mid-2000s at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, our mission is to develop and provide high-quality innovative single-cell services to academic and industrial communities around the world.

Singulomics Corporation

1225 Morris Park Avenue Forchheimer Building room 726 NY, 10461 United StatesSingulOmics Corporation was established in 2016 in New York as a genomic research and service company specializing in the emerging field of single-cell omics. Building on the unmatched expertise in single-cell genomics, transcriptomics and epigenomics developed since mid-2000s at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, our mission is to develop and provide high-quality innovative single-cell services to academic and industrial communities around the world.

TR Bio

19 Bradhurst Avenue Suite A3085N Hawthorne, 10532 United StatesTR Bio is a woman owned company that offers a unique approach to prospective human tissue and fluid sample collection with focus on full protocol design and rapid comprehensive delivery that of unparalleled quality and equaling to Stage 0 Clinical Trials with seamless transition into Phase I and Phase II Clinical Trials. We have access to 100+ institutions worldwide, providing the opportunity for unique clinical trial settings and subject populations. We leverage pricing differentials resulting from our ability to access international locations which provides significant reduction to competitive pricing; we pass these savings on to our clients.

Trudeau Institute Flow Cytometry Core

154 Algonquin Avenue Saranac Lake, NY 12983Trudeau Institute Contract Research Organization (TICRO) is a full-service contract research organization providing high-quality research project execution to both academic scientists and the biopharmaceutical industry. For nearly 50 years, the Trudeau Institute has been a world-renowned research center with a focus towards understanding the immunological, biological and molecular basis of infectious diseases and immune disorders, particularly in the respiratory tract.

The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research - Molecular Biology Core

350 Community Drive Manhasset, NY 11030The Molecular Biology Core is at the heart of the Feinstein Institute’s rich collaborative program in genetics. Housed on the second floor of the research institute is a state-of-the-art genetics suite where scientists can have access to high throughput genetic mapping technology that includes SNP and microsatellite analysis. Investigators can also carry out gene expression arrays and analysis of methylation differences across the human genome. The facility offers help to researchers from a variety of other scientific fields who want to add a genetic component to their research, or who wish to examine the patterns of gene expression and regulation in various cells and tissues. The facility makes extensive use of robotic systems that facilitate rapid production of data and allow scientists more time to focus on data analysis. The core also offers consultation on assay development, validation, and configuration of assays for high throughput screening.

The Center for Functional Genomics

University at Albany, One Discovery DriveCFG offers in vitro and in vivo services including gene cloning and expression, mouse transgenic and knock-out construction, microarray analysis, proteomic analysis and laser capture microdissection.

The Center for Functional Genomics

1 Discovery Dr Rensselaer, NY, 12144 United StatesCFG offers in vitro and in vivo services including gene cloning and expression, mouse transgenic and knock-out construction, microarray analysis, proteomic analysis and laser capture microdissection.

Trillium Diagnostics

246 Sylvan Rd.Trillium Diagnostics offers diagnostic flow cytometry services in addition to clinical cytometry and laboratory hematology products.

Trudeau Institute - Microscopy & Imaging Core

154 Algonquin Avenue Saranac Lake, NY, 12983 United States

Trudeau Institute Contract Research Core

Trudeau Institute 154 Algonquin Avenue Saranac Lake, NY 12983Trudeau Institute Contract Research Organization (TICRO) is a full-service contract research organization providing high-quality research project execution to both academic scientists and the biopharmaceutical industry.

The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research - Boas Center Biorepository

350 Community Drive Manhasset, NY 11030The Boas Center Biorepository (BCB) at The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research is a facility that process, stores, and distributes human biological specimens for use in medical research. Through the integration of bioinformatics and with the aid of the North Shore Informatics Group (NSIG), The BCB is able to efficiently process and manage large sample sets. Investigators that decide to utilize this facility will have the benefit of obtaining larger datasets which will aid in producing statistically significant data. Investigators who wish to research certain diseases can create a research project and negotiate with the BCB on what services will be needed to best suit the project. The BCB currently processes and manages samples for over twenty different research projects. All subjects that choose to participate in a study are de-identified and assigned an alpha-numeric or numeric identifier (subject ID). The Biorepository will only accept International Review Board (IRB) approved protocols from an investigator or a group of investigators. The BCB currently offers DNA isolation, plasma isolation, Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell (PBMC) isolation, serum isolation, urine collection, sample storage, various human tissue collection, and sample distribution services. All samples that are collected and processed are uniquely bar-coded and link back to a subject ID. All sample data and sample inventory is entered into a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) and stored in a database. The LIMS system was created by and is managed by the NISIG. The BCB is currently managing and storing approximately five hundred thousand samples. All of our samples are stored in different freezers and refrigerators within the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. All of the freezers and refrigerators are monitored by a state of the art temperature monitoring system which will notify the Biorepository staff if there is a potential problem. All sample locations are tracked via an inventory management system which tracks all sample movements and distributions. The BCB is constantly improving by adding new services and by staying on the cutting edge of technology. Sometime in the near future the Biorepository hopes to have sample distribution requests, sample inventory tracking, and freezer temperature data available to investigators via the web. Over the next five years the Biorepository is looking to expand on its current storage capacity and the number of research protocols being managed here.

Trudeau Institute

154 Algonquin Avenue Saranac Lake NY 12983 USATrudeau Institute provides mouse breeding and screening, flow cytometry, histology, imaging, antibody, protein and RNA services.

Trudeau Institute

Saranac Lake, NY United StatesTrudeau Institute provides mouse breeding and screening, flow cytometry, histology, imaging, antibody, protein and RNA services.

Taro Pharmaceutical Industries

3 Skyline Drive Hawthorne, NY 10532 USATaro Pharmaceutical Industries provides prescription and OTC products.

Taro Pharmaceutical Industries

Hawthorne, NY United StatesTaro Pharmaceutical Industries provides prescription and OTC products.

The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research - Microscopy Facility

350 Community Drive Manhasset, NY 11030Diseases such as cancer and neurodegeneration on the cellular level can be reflected in aberrant migratory behavior or perturbations of cellular organization and structure. The Light Microscopy Core Facility provides state of the art optical imaging technologies that allow researchers to obtain information on the impact of pathologies on these cellular features. The facility provides support for investigators with design and troubleshooting of protocols, in addition to expert technical assistance with sample preparation, immunolabeling procedures and image analysis. Facility equipment is available to all trained users 24/7 on an unassisted basis. New users will be trained on microscopes between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

Tetragenetics

Ithaca, NY United StatesTetragenetics provides therapeutic protein and vaccine development services that use improved strains of Tetrahymena thermophila.

The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research - Quantitative PCR Core

350 Community Drive Manhasset, NY 11030Quantitative PCR (QPCR) or real-time RT-PCR is a sensitive, reproducible and accurate method for determining the DNA or mRNA levels in tissues or cells. The amount of PCR product produced in every cycle step of the PCR reaction is monitored, which may be accomplished directly with intercalating dyes which bind to the double stranded DNA (e.g. SYBR Green); or indirectly with fluorescent probes (e.g. TaqMan or Universal ProbeLibrary, UPL). In a conventional PCR reaction, the PCR product amount is measured as an end-point analysis on an agarose gel. In a QPCR reaction, the key feature is the ability to monitor the DNA amplification process as it happens, in “real-time.” QPCR delivers powerful capabilities for generating and analyzing data for a wide variety of applications. The Feinstein Institute’s QPCR Core Facility, located on the first floor of the North Wing in Rooms 1261 and 1263. houses 3 machines: one Applied Biosystems (ABI) 7900HT Real-Time PCR System with Sequence Detection System (SDS) software and two Roche Applied Science LightCycler480 PCR Systems with software. Each system is equipped to perform QPCR in a 96 or 384-well format. The ABI 7900HT is also equipped with a TaqMan Low Density Array (TLDA) block, for use with pre-loaded TaqMan Gene Expression Assays. The TaqMan Array Card is a 384-well micro fluidic card that enables a researcher to perform 384 simultaneous reactions without the need to use liquid-handling robots or multichannel pipettes to fill the card. This micro fluidic card allows for 1-8 samples to be run in parallel against 12-384 TaqMan Gene Expression Assay targets that are pre-loaded into each of the wells on the card. Researchers are able to use Applied Biosystems premade TLDA Gene Signature Panels (for Angiogenetics, Apoptosis, Alzheimer’s, Immune etc.) or design their own custom TLDA cards.

The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research - Biostatistics Unit

350 Community Drive Manhasset, NY 11030At the heart of basic and clinical biomedical research is the need to carefully gather data, analyze it and interpret it in order to validate the stated objectives of a research study. Since 1985, the Biostatistics Unit has played an important role in the Northwell Health research program by providing support to investigators in the design, implementation, data management, statistical analysis, and publication of basic science and clinical research studies. This is accomplished by applying established statistical and mathematical methods to the analysis of research data, as well as developing new methods to address complex research problems. Additionally, members of the department teach biostatistics, epidemiology, and research study design to faculty, residents, medical students, and other staff throughout the system and its affiliated medical schools. The Biostatistics Unit at the Feinstein Institute is unique in that it is one of only a handful of biostatistics departments in the US that is administratively part of a health care system that is not a medical school or university.

Telelingua

2 madison ave larchmont, ny, 10538 United States1 stop-shop Language Translation Service Provider We provide: • Clinical trial document Translation (300+ language pairs) • Regular translation • Certified Translations or CoT • Quality Control (Back Translation, Review, Validation) • Linguistic Validation of PRO instruments • Medical Writing & Biostatistical Services • Sworn, Legalized and Notarized Translation • Interpreting • Terminology Management • Layout DTP (Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, FrameMaker, QuarkXPress, Microsoft Office Suite) • Website and Mobile App Localization • Multimedia • E-learning • Language Software Engineering • Technical documentation translations

Tandem Labs

1121 East 3900 SouthTandem Labs offers advanced mass spectrometry analysis, immunoanalytical testing services and pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic studies.

Tech Observer

375 Main Street, Suite# 201Tech Observer offers their expertise in Clinical Monitoring, Clinical Data Management, Statistical/SAS Analyses, Scientific Communication, Pharmacovigilance and Regulatory Affairs.

The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research - Flow Cytometry Core

Room FI-2317 350 Community Drive Manhaset, NY 11030The Flow Cytometry Core provides instrument support and daily assistance to users in a variety of flow cytometry-based techniques for both research and clinical applications. These include analysis of cell surface markers, analysis of expression of intracellular proteins and separation of cell suspensions into sub-groups or single cells. The facility views training as key to a well functioning core with users that have a good grasp of both instrument theory and operation. This goes a long way toward empowering the investigator in the use of flow cytometry as a tool which leads to better, high quality level data with which to appropriate conclusions. We have two BD FACS ARIA cell sorters using multiple laser lines: Violet, Blue, and Red. These are capable of four-way cell sorting of animal and screened material, and can sort into various plates as well for PCR, or culture. We also have two BD analyzers, a BD LSR ll with Blue (488nm), Violet (405nm), and Red (630nm), and UV (325 nm), lasers capable of 14 color multicolor analysis. We also have a BD LSR Fortessa with three lasers; Blue (488nm), Red (633nm), Green (532nm), and Violet (405nm). The LSR Fortessa is also fitted with a Fast Flow sheath supply system for longer uninterrupted analysis runs possible with the HTS plate reader, another feature on the Fortessa. The director of the core facility is available for training and to provide guidance and assistance in developing new protocols for flow cytometric analyses, or to obtain specific protocol information from literature, or for other commonly used standard protocols such as immunophenotying, cell cycle, proliferative index, Cacium Flux, anti-Brdu, and others.

TICRO BioServices

154 Algonquin Ave Saranac Lake, NY, 12983 United StatesTICRO BioServices is a full-service contract research organization providing high-quality preclinical services to pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology firms, industrial research consortia, and non-profit academic researchers. Specializing in immunology and infectious diseases caused by economically important BSL-2 and BSL-3 viral, bacterial, and parasitic pathogens. Our scientific expertise can tailor new infectious disease models or utilize existing animal models to test the protective efficacy of the next generation of vaccines or anti-infectives. TICRO works closely with clients to create a comprehensive study design, management, and execution strategies needed to achieve individual objectives with exceptional efficiency. Our highly skilled experts are able to anticipate the challenges of infectious disease research and offer clients creative and personalized project design while maintaining consistent performance with quality-focused SOPs throughout project execution. Our risk assessment experience, project management insights, established processes, and specialized infrastructure enable us to provide clients with high-quality cost-effective research project design and execution.

Taconic Biosciences

273 Hover AvenueTaconic Biosciences is a fully-licensed, global leader in genetically engineered rodent models and services. Founded in 1952, Taconic helps biotechnology companies and institutions acquire, custom generate, breed, precondition, test, and distribute valuable research models worldwide. Specialists in genetically engineered mouse and rat models, precision research mouse models, and integrated model design and breeding services, Taconic operates three service laboratories and six breeding facilities in the U.S. and Europe, maintains distributor relationships in Asia and has global shipping capabilities to provide animal models almost anywhere in the world.

Taconic Biosciences

1 Discovery Drive Rensselaer, NY, 12144 United StatesTaconic Biosciences is a fully-licensed, global leader in genetically engineered rodent models and services. Founded in 1952, Taconic helps biotechnology companies and institutions acquire, custom generate, breed, precondition, test, and distribute valuable research models worldwide. Specialists in genetically engineered mouse and rat models, precision research mouse models, and integrated model design and breeding services, Taconic operates three service laboratories and six breeding facilities in the U.S. and Europe, maintains distributor relationships in Asia and has global shipping capabilities to provide animal models almost anywhere in the world.

Tangram Company, LLC

125 Corporate Drive Holtsville, NY 11742Tangram Company, LLC is a domestic manufacturer of High Purity Inorganic Chemicals and a provider of Custom Chemical Services. We leverage our manufacturing capabilities to build on your core competencies to provide exceptional value. This in turn will allow for increased margins in an extremely competitive environment. In this fashion, working together we forge and implement a strategic plan for long term business relationships rather than just taking and filling an order for a commodity chemical.

Tangram Company, LLC

125 Corporate Drive Holtsville, NY, 11742 United StatesTangram Company, LLC is a domestic manufacturer of High Purity Inorganic Chemicals and a provider of Custom Chemical Services. We leverage our manufacturing capabilities to build on your core competencies to provide exceptional value. This in turn will allow for increased margins in an extremely competitive environment. In this fashion, working together we forge and implement a strategic plan for long term business relationships rather than just taking and filling an order for a commodity chemical.

Tartis, Inc.

640 Ellicott St., Suite 444 Buffalo, NY 14203Tartis, Inc. is a discovery stage biotechnology company seeking novel anti-cancer and anti-aging drugs. Its proprietary technology is licensed from the laboratories of Professor Gudkov from Roswell Park Cancer Institute (Buffalo, NY). Tartis, Inc. pipeline includes lead compounds for treatment of breast and prostate cancers, melanoma and hematological malignancies, as well as leads and drug candidates for delaying the development of age-related diseases (including cancer) and prolonging human life.

Tartis, Inc.

640 Ellicott Street Buffalo, NY, 14203 United StatesTartis, Inc. is a discovery stage biotechnology company seeking novel anti-cancer and anti-aging drugs. Its proprietary technology is licensed from the laboratories of Professor Gudkov from Roswell Park Cancer Institute (Buffalo, NY). Tartis, Inc. pipeline includes lead compounds for treatment of breast and prostate cancers, melanoma and hematological malignancies, as well as leads and drug candidates for delaying the development of age-related diseases (including cancer) and prolonging human life.

University of Rochester - Confocal and Conventional Microscopy Core

601 Elmwood Avenue Rochester, NY, 14642 United States

University at Albany - Cell and Tissue Culture Core

1 Discovery Drive Rensselaer, NY, 12144 United States

University of Rochester - Clinical Trials Coordination Center (CTCC)

265 Crittenden Boulevard Rochester, NY, 14620 United StatesThe Clinical Trials Coordination Center (CTCC) operates to foster multi-institutional academic research through the development, management, and reporting of hypothesis-driven, controlled clinical trials

University at Albany - Flow Cytometry Core

1 Discovery Drive Rensselaer, NY, 12144 United States

University of Rochester Medical Center - Flow Cytometry Core

601 Elmwood Avenue Rochester, NY, 14642 United StatesThe URMC Flow Cytometry Core facility (FCC), under the scientific direction of Timothy Bushnell, Ph.D. is a full service facility with approximately 1100 sq. feet of recently renovated lab space, employing a staff of 6.

Univ. of Rochester HTS Core

Rochester, NY United StatesUniversity of Rochester High Throughput Screening (HTS) Core offers assay development and high throughput assay services.

University of Nebraska- Lincoln-Analytical Methods Laboratory

101 Johnson Street NY, 11201 United StatesThe Analytical Methods Laboratory designs, develops, supports, and transfers analytical methods for testing biotechnology-derived pharmaceutical products.

UB Next-Gen Core

1237 Delaware Avenue Buffalo, NY 14209 USAUniversity at Buffalo Next-Generation Sequencing and Expression Analysis Core (UB Next-Gen Core) offers next generation sequencing services with the use of Affymetrix, Illumina and Roche platforms.

UB Next-Gen Core

Buffalo, NY United StatesUniversity at Buffalo Next-Generation Sequencing and Expression Analysis Core (UB Next-Gen Core) offers next generation sequencing services with the use of Affymetrix, Illumina and Roche platforms.

Univ. of Rochester Medical Center

601 Elmwood Ave Rochester, NY, 14624 United StatesUniversity of Rochester Medical Center focuses on research with facilities in biochemistry, imaging, biosafety, flow cytometry, microscopy, high throughput screening, proteomics, function genomics, and pharmacology.

University of Minho

Portugal Place Mount Vernon, NY, 10550 United StatesUniversity of Minho provides large scale peptide synthesis services.

University of Rochester Genomics Core

Genomics Research Center University of Rochester James P. Wilmot Cancer Center 601 Elmwood Ave. Rochester, NY 14642University of Rochester Genomics Core (URGRC) is a core resource that supports all aspects of genomics research at the University of Rochester.

University of Rochester Genomics Core

Genomics Research Center University of Rochester, James P. Wilmot Cancer Institute 601 Elmwood Ave., Box 704 Rochester, NY, 14642 United StatesUniversity of Rochester Genomics Core (URGRC) is a core resource that supports all aspects of genomics research at the University of Rochester.

United Biochemicals

6351 Inducon Drive East Sanborn, NY 14132 USAUnited Biochemicals specializes in liquid and chemical manufacturing, product management, and laboratory testing services.

University of Rochester Eastman Institute for Oral Health

625 Elmwood Ave, Rochester, NY 14620Eastman Institute for Oral Health is many things to many people. We are: Dentists who are studying to be specialists in many different areas of dentistry. Educators—experts and leaders in the field who are teaching the next generation of leading clinicians and scientists. Researchers who are making breakthrough discoveries in all aspects of oral health. Community servants committed to maintaining our namesake’s vision by providing quality care to the needy since 1915. Eastman Mission & Strategic Plan Mission Eastman Institute for Oral Health’s mission is to improve oral health care through caring, discovery, teaching and learning. The University of Rochester Medical Center’s mission is to use education, science, and technology to improve health—transforming the patient experience with fresh ideas and approaches steeped in disciplined science, and delivered by health care professionals who innovate, take intelligent risks, and care about the lives they touch.

Upstate Clinical Research Associates, LLC

8201 Main Street, Suite 1, Williamsville, NY 14221Upstate Clinical Research Associates, LLC is located in Williamsville, NY, a suburb of Buffalo, NY. We are a dedicated, Multi-Therapeutic Research Center. We are committed to excellence in conducting Phase II – IV clinical research trials for our sponsors. We focus on the highest practice standards set by the industry, strict protocol adherence, impeccable compliance to Good Clinical Practice and accurate source documentation with prompt CRF completion. Our goal is to conduct high quality Clinical Research Trials. Our commitment is reflected in our rapid trial onset and attention to detail. We complete enrollment in our trials in a timely, proficient manner while maintaining the highest ethical standards that ensure subject safety. Upstate Clinical Research Associates, LLC is a proud member of the Society for Clinical Research Sites. All of our investigators are board certified and affiliated with the State University of New York at Buffalo (SUNY).

Upstate Clinical Research Associates, LLC

North Forest Office Space - Buffalo Office, 8201 Main St #1, Williamsville, , NY , 14221 United StatesUpstate Clinical Research Associates, LLC is located in Williamsville, NY, a suburb of Buffalo, NY. We are a dedicated, Multi-Therapeutic Research Center. We are committed to excellence in conducting Phase II – IV clinical research trials for our sponsors. We focus on the highest practice standards set by the industry, strict protocol adherence, impeccable compliance to Good Clinical Practice and accurate source documentation with prompt CRF completion. Our goal is to conduct high quality Clinical Research Trials. Our commitment is reflected in our rapid trial onset and attention to detail. We complete enrollment in our trials in a timely, proficient manner while maintaining the highest ethical standards that ensure subject safety. Upstate Clinical Research Associates, LLC is a proud member of the Society for Clinical Research Sites. All of our investigators are board certified and affiliated with the State University of New York at Buffalo (SUNY).

University of Nebraska- Lincoln-Survey, Statistics and Psychometrics (SSP)

107 Hall Road Geneva, NY, 14456 United StatesThe SSP provides consultation and referrals on survey research, statistical, and psychometric applications to support research initiatives.

University of Rochester Medical Center Center for Oral Biology

601 Elmwood Avenue Rochester, NY 14642The Center for Oral Biology takes a highly interdisciplinary approach to research that promises to advance a wide variety of diseases. We are examining how embryos develop from a single cell to a complex organism, how genes control the development of organs, and how abnormal regulation of these genes results in human diseases. For example, our scientists discovered a defect in cellular pathways that provides a new explanation for the earliest stages of abnormal skull development in newborns, known as craniosynostosis. This affects one in 2,500 babies, and can restrict normal brain growth and result in neurodevelopment delays and elevated intracranial pressure. To the benefit of the estimated 60,000 patients who are diagnosed with head and neck cancer each year, we are studying how to repair aggressive radiation treatment damage to the secretory glands which are responsible for tears, saliva, and protection of the nasal mucosa. Our long-range goal is to establish therapeutic strategies, including the use of stem cells, to repair or regenerate these damaged glands. This will help cancer survivors avoid the consequences of dry mouth and an increased susceptibility to oral infection and disease. We are also studying how microorganisms in the mouth cause not only cavities and oral infectious diseases, but systemic diseases including heart disease, stroke, preterm birth, and diabetes. In addition, we are investigating how the oral microbiome—the healthy microbes that inhabit our mouths—play a role in developing disease or maintaining health.

University of Rochester Medical Center Center for Oral Biology

601 Elmwood Avenue Rochester, NY, 14642 United StatesThe Center for Oral Biology takes a highly interdisciplinary approach to research that promises to advance a wide variety of diseases. We are examining how embryos develop from a single cell to a complex organism, how genes control the development of organs, and how abnormal regulation of these genes results in human diseases. For example, our scientists discovered a defect in cellular pathways that provides a new explanation for the earliest stages of abnormal skull development in newborns, known as craniosynostosis. This affects one in 2,500 babies, and can restrict normal brain growth and result in neurodevelopment delays and elevated intracranial pressure. To the benefit of the estimated 60,000 patients who are diagnosed with head and neck cancer each year, we are studying how to repair aggressive radiation treatment damage to the secretory glands which are responsible for tears, saliva, and protection of the nasal mucosa. Our long-range goal is to establish therapeutic strategies, including the use of stem cells, to repair or regenerate these damaged glands. This will help cancer survivors avoid the consequences of dry mouth and an increased susceptibility to oral infection and disease. We are also studying how microorganisms in the mouth cause not only cavities and oral infectious diseases, but systemic diseases including heart disease, stroke, preterm birth, and diabetes. In addition, we are investigating how the oral microbiome—the healthy microbes that inhabit our mouths—play a role in developing disease or maintaining health.

University at Albany - Molecular Biology Core

1 Discovery Drive Rensselaer, NY, 12144 United States

University of Dundee College of Life Sciences

Dow StreetUniversity of Dundee College of Life Sciences offers its range of core facilities to support research within the College of Life Sciences and external clients.

University at Albany - Laser Capture Microdissection Core

1 Discovery Drive Rensselaer, NY, 12144 United States

University at Albany - Proteomics Core

1 Discovery Drive Rensselaer, NY, 12144 United States

United States Department of Agriculture ARS - Plant, Soil and Nutritional Laboratory

USDA, ARS, ROBERT W. HOLLEY CENTER, 538 TOWER RD. Ithaca NY 14853-2901The mission of the Plant, Soil and Nutrition Research Unit is to improve the security and nutritional quality of plant crop species through interdisciplinary research integrating approaches from molecular biology and genomics, bioinformatics, genetics, physiology, biochemistry and membrane biophysics. Our major research areas include: 1) Developing better genomic, computational, and statistical and molecular genetic tools for facilitating fundamental discovery at the gene/protein levels for use in crop improvement; 2) Developing food-based solutions to micronutrient malnutrition and other diet-related issues including development of plant varieties with higher concentrations and/or high bioavailability of critical mineral elements such as iron, zinc, calcium, and selenium, as well as selected phytonutrients including carotenoids, vitamin C and flavonoids; and 3) Enhancing food security via development of food and biofuel crop plant species that can maintain productivity on acidic, nutrient depleted and/or metal toxic soils.

University at Albany - Microarray Core

1 Discovery Drive Rensselaer, NY, 12144 United States

University at Albany - Bioinformatics Core

Discovery Drive Rensselaer, NY, 12144 United States

University at Albany - Transgenic Mouse Core

1 Discovery Drive Rensselaer, NY, 12144 United States

UCD California National Primate Research Center

One Shields AvenueUCD California National Primate Research Center offers consultation and research services in the fields of hematology, clinical chemistry, genetics, immunology, endocrinology, flow cytometry, and pathogen detection.

Viro Dynamics

200 Saw Mill River Rd. Hawthorne, NY 10532 USAViro Dynamics provides tissue culture, peptide conjugation, antigen and antibody purification, protein analysis and purification, and endotoxin testing.

VetPharm, Inc.

349 West Commercial Street, East Rochester, NY 14445, USA pedigree of innovation, value, and excellence. VetPharm was founded in April 2000 to provide testing services to pharmaceutical, nutrition, nutraceutical, and device companies developing new products for the veterinary market. These testing services range from simple, single-site palatability studies (“taste testing” of new products with proven safety and effectiveness) to complex, multi-site clinical trials (tests to determine the safety and efficacy of new, unproven products). VetPharm’s proprietary procedures: Ensure complete and accurate data Boost subject enrollment Accelerate regulatory approvals A Proven Process The development of a new veterinary product is science, and our sponsors are expert at that. The management of a clinical trial, however, is process. VetPharm has spent almost twenty years perfecting a comprehensive study management process that delivers complete and accurate data, on time, and within budget. All studies are conducted by VetPharm-affiliated private-practice or university-associated veterinarians. Each veterinarian is thoroughly trained on the protocol and then closely supervised and supported by an experienced VetPharm field monitor. Monitors assist the study site staff with patient enrollment, data collection, test article accountability, and record verification. They also perform the first level of 100% form field data review. VetPharm headquarters staff provide a second level of 100% form field data review, inspect all records, route and record all correspondence, and administer all site payments. Throughout each study, the VetPharm study team keeps the sponsor project team fully informed via weekly status reports and frequent teleconferences. A Complete Menu of Support Services VetPharm offers a full range of clinical trial support services, in both the United States and Europe, including protocol development, data form design and testing, investigator recruitment and training, site qualification, enrollment enhancement, study administration, site monitoring, data management, biostatistics, medical writing, and regulatory support. VetPharm will tailor a package of services to meet the needs of the sponsor, and we can add or delete services as requested. Study Rescue From our very first trial, VetPharm has helped sponsors get existing trials back on track. In different instances, we have supplemented and supported the sponsor’s project team, recruited and managed additional study sites, provided extra field monitors, partnered with an existing CRO, or assumed full responsibility for the trial from another provider. Whatever the need may be, from investigator recruitment to study report writing, VetPharm is ready to help.

VetPharm, Inc.

349 West Commercial Street Suite 2200 East Rochester, New York , 14445-2421 United StatesA pedigree of innovation, value, and excellence. VetPharm was founded in April 2000 to provide testing services to pharmaceutical, nutrition, nutraceutical, and device companies developing new products for the veterinary market. These testing services range from simple, single-site palatability studies (“taste testing” of new products with proven safety and effectiveness) to complex, multi-site clinical trials (tests to determine the safety and efficacy of new, unproven products). VetPharm’s proprietary procedures: Ensure complete and accurate data Boost subject enrollment Accelerate regulatory approvals A Proven Process The development of a new veterinary product is science, and our sponsors are expert at that. The management of a clinical trial, however, is process. VetPharm has spent almost twenty years perfecting a comprehensive study management process that delivers complete and accurate data, on time, and within budget. All studies are conducted by VetPharm-affiliated private-practice or university-associated veterinarians. Each veterinarian is thoroughly trained on the protocol and then closely supervised and supported by an experienced VetPharm field monitor. Monitors assist the study site staff with patient enrollment, data collection, test article accountability, and record verification. They also perform the first level of 100% form field data review. VetPharm headquarters staff provide a second level of 100% form field data review, inspect all records, route and record all correspondence, and administer all site payments. Throughout each study, the VetPharm study team keeps the sponsor project team fully informed via weekly status reports and frequent teleconferences. A Complete Menu of Support Services VetPharm offers a full range of clinical trial support services, in both the United States and Europe, including protocol development, data form design and testing, investigator recruitment and training, site qualification, enrollment enhancement, study administration, site monitoring, data management, biostatistics, medical writing, and regulatory support. VetPharm will tailor a package of services to meet the needs of the sponsor, and we can add or delete services as requested. Study Rescue From our very first trial, VetPharm has helped sponsors get existing trials back on track. In different instances, we have supplemented and supported the sponsor’s project team, recruited and managed additional study sites, provided extra field monitors, partnered with an existing CRO, or assumed full responsibility for the trial from another provider. Whatever the need may be, from investigator recruitment to study report writing, VetPharm is ready to help.

Vassar College

124 Raymond Ave. Poughkeepsie, NY , 12604 United StatesFounded in 1861, Vassar College is a highly selective, residential, coeducational liberal arts college. Consistently ranked among the top liberal arts colleges in the country, Vassar is renowned for pioneering achievements in education, for its long history of curricular innovation, and for the beauty of its campus.

VinCro Clinical Management Services

Syracuse, NY United StatesVinCro Clinical Management Services offers clinical research services including trial management, regulatory affairs, data management, medical monitoring, and biostatistics.

VirtualScopics

500 Linden Oaks Rochester, NY USA 14625 USAVirtualScopics provides quantitative imaging solutions for drug and medical device clinical trials.

VirtualScopics

Rochester, NY United StatesVirtualScopics provides quantitative imaging solutions for drug and medical device clinical trials.

Veritas Research

North Massapequa, NY United StatesVeritas Research offers clinical trial design, regulatory affairs, quality assurance, efficacy studies, and safety studies in support of phase I clinical research.

Vitakem Nutraceutical

811 West Jericho Tpke Smithtown, NY 11787 USAVitakem Nutraceutical offers contract manufacturing for nutritional supplements.

Vitrology

5 South AvenueVitrology provides virology services, electron microscopy, biosafety testing, and assay development.

VA New York Harbor Healthcare System

179-00 Linden Blvd Jamaica, NY 11425The NY Harbor Healthcare System is always improving the health of the men and women who have so proudly served our nation. We consider it our privilege to serve your health care needs in any way we can. Services are available to veterans living in the 5 boroughs of New York City.

VA Western New York Healthcare System

222 Richmond Avenue Batavia, NY 14020VA Western New York Healthcare System (VAWNYHS), part of VA Health Care Upstate New York (VISN 2), consists of two health care facilities in Buffalo and Batavia, as well as community based outpatient clinics in Dunkirk, Jamestown, Lackawanna, Lockport, Niagara Falls, Olean and Springville. The Buffalo VA Medical Center opened in 1950 and provides medical, surgical, mental health and long term care services through a range of inpatient and outpatient programs. It is the main referral center for cardiac surgery, cardiology and comprehensive cancer care for central and western New York and northern Pennsylvania. The Batavia facility opened its doors in 1933. It provides geriatric and rehabilitation services, separate residential post traumatic stress disorder units for men and women, and outpatient services. In 1995, a New York State Veterans Home was built on the Batavia grounds making additional extended care available. VAWNYHS is academically affiliated with the State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo along with 66 additional universities and professional schools in biomedical sciences, audiology, dentistry, dietetics, health care administration, medicine, nursing, nurse anesthesia, occupational and physical therapy, pharmacy, psychology, speech pathology, and social work.

VA Western New York Healthcare System

3495 Bailey Avenue Buffalo, NY 14215VA Western New York Healthcare System (VAWNYHS), part of VA Health Care Upstate New York (VISN 2), consists of two health care facilities in Buffalo and Batavia, as well as community based outpatient clinics in Dunkirk, Jamestown, Lackawanna, Lockport, Niagara Falls, Olean and Springville. The Buffalo VA Medical Center opened in 1950 and provides medical, surgical, mental health and long term care services through a range of inpatient and outpatient programs. It is the main referral center for cardiac surgery, cardiology and comprehensive cancer care for central and western New York and northern Pennsylvania. The Batavia facility opened its doors in 1933. It provides geriatric and rehabilitation services, separate residential post traumatic stress disorder units for men and women, and outpatient services. In 1995, a New York State Veterans Home was built on the Batavia grounds making additional extended care available. VAWNYHS is academically affiliated with the State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo along with 66 additional universities and professional schools in biomedical sciences, audiology, dentistry, dietetics, health care administration, medicine, nursing, nurse anesthesia, occupational and physical therapy, pharmacy, psychology, speech pathology, and social work.

VA Western New York Healthcare System

3495 Bailey Avenue Buffalo, NY, 14215 United StatesVA Western New York Healthcare System (VAWNYHS), part of VA Health Care Upstate New York (VISN 2), consists of two health care facilities in Buffalo and Batavia, as well as community based outpatient clinics in Dunkirk, Jamestown, Lackawanna, Lockport, Niagara Falls, Olean and Springville. The Buffalo VA Medical Center opened in 1950 and provides medical, surgical, mental health and long term care services through a range of inpatient and outpatient programs. It is the main referral center for cardiac surgery, cardiology and comprehensive cancer care for central and western New York and northern Pennsylvania. The Batavia facility opened its doors in 1933. It provides geriatric and rehabilitation services, separate residential post traumatic stress disorder units for men and women, and outpatient services. In 1995, a New York State Veterans Home was built on the Batavia grounds making additional extended care available. VAWNYHS is academically affiliated with the State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo along with 66 additional universities and professional schools in biomedical sciences, audiology, dentistry, dietetics, health care administration, medicine, nursing, nurse anesthesia, occupational and physical therapy, pharmacy, psychology, speech pathology, and social work.

Vaccinex

1895 Mount Hope Avenue Rochester, NY, 14620 United StatesVaccinex has developed a powerful and flexible technology platform suitable for selection of fully human antibodies, affinity improvement of antibody candidates and conversion of mouse antibodies to fully human.

VWR

5100 West Henrietta Road West Henrietta, NY, 14586 United StatesComprehensive chain of custody sample management Three-point quality inspection for every slide to ensure consistent staining, clear tissue presentation, and easily identifiable structures Wax, frozen, or plastic thin sectioning Wide array of custom stains Immuno histochemical staining Custom tissue array development Embryology serial sectioning Histology consulting

VWR

5100 West Henrietta Road Henrietta , NY, 14586 United StatesComprehensive chain of custody sample management Three-point quality inspection for every slide to ensure consistent staining, clear tissue presentation, and easily identifiable structures Wax, frozen, or plastic thin sectioning Wide array of custom stains Immuno histochemical staining Custom tissue array development Embryology serial sectioning Histology consulting

Vybion

33 Thornwood Drive Ithaca NY 14850 USAVybion provides gene identification and cloning, purification, bioassay, recombinant protein, viral and antibody services.

Vybion

Ithaca, NY United StatesVybion provides gene identification and cloning, purification, bioassay, recombinant protein, viral and antibody services.

Vec Technologies

1 University Place Rensselaer NY 12144 USAVec Technologies provides cell culture services.

Woodbury Biologics Consulting LLC

82 Southfield Falls Monroe, NY 10950 Monroe, NY, 10950 United StatesWoodbury Biologics Consulting LLC assists in writing CMC dossiers for regulatory submissions. 29 years of experience in Analytical Sciences/Quality Control and Reg-CMC that spans biopharmaceuticals (biosimilars, antibodies, antibody drug conjugates), pharmaceuticals, radiopharmaceuticals (imaging agents and therapeutics), fusion proteins, lentiviral and recombinant adeno-associated virus (rAAV) vectors based cell/gene therapy products. Successful track record of building new strategies for improving analytical systems, formulations, process development & validation, GMP quality systems and regulatory filing strategies for early and advanced stage biologicals as well as product expansion efforts

Woodbury Biologics Consulting LLC

82 Southfield Falls Monroe, NY 10950 Monroe, NY, 10950 United StatesWoodbury Biologics Consulting LLC assists in writing CMC dossiers for regulatory submissions. 29 years of experience in Analytical Sciences/Quality Control and Reg-CMC that spans biopharmaceuticals (biosimilars, antibodies, antibody drug conjugates), pharmaceuticals, radiopharmaceuticals (imaging agents and therapeutics), fusion proteins, lentiviral and recombinant adeno-associated virus (rAAV) vectors based cell/gene therapy products. Successful track record of building new strategies for improving analytical systems, formulations, process development & validation, GMP quality systems and regulatory filing strategies for early and advanced stage biologicals as well as product expansion efforts

Wadsworth Center - Applied Genomics Technology Core

120 New Scotland Avenue Albany, NY, 12208 United Stateshe Applied Genomic Technologies Core provides DNA sequencing, genotyping, and microarray services to research investigators. Below are brief descriptions and links to complete descriptions of all services provided by the core. The microarray services provided utilize Affymetrix GeneChips® or glass slide-based arrays. The laboratory processes and hybridizes samples for Affymetrix high-density oligonucleotide arrays (GeneChips) including expression arrays, resequencing arrays, tiling arrays and genotyping arrays. For glass slide-based approaches, samples are labeled and hybridized and scanned using an Agilent scanner. For further information, visit the Microarray home page or contact Zhen Zhang (518) 474-6992. Genotyping services include a variety of approaches for genotyping, as well as DNA purification and PCR troubleshooting/ optimization services. The types of genotyping analyses offered include Taq-Man-based single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP), fragment analysis and gene copy number variation (gene dosage) analysis using multiplex ligation-dependent probe amplification (MLPA). Human cell line verification by short tandem repeat (STR) testing is also available. For further information, visit the Genotyping home page or contact Melissa Leisner (518) 473-6606. DNA Sequencing can be performed on PCR products, plasmids, cosmids and BACs using ABI 3730XL and ABI3130XL instruments. A Biotage PyroMark ID Pyrosequencing System is also used for short-read sequencing and SNP genotyping. For further information, visit the Sequencing home page or contact Matthew Shudt (518) 474-4200. Next-generation sequencing services are provided using the Ion Torrent PGM (Life Technologies) and MiSeq (Illumina) sequencers. Services are available for amplicon re-sequencing and viral or microbial whole genome sequencing. For further information, visit the Sequencing home page or contact Matthew Shudt (shudt@wadsworth.org) (518) 474-4200.

WORK-FLOW

35 Valley Avenue Elmsford, NY, 10523 United StatesWE DO NOT OFFER ASSAY DEVELOPMENT NOR WET LAB SERVICES. At WORK-FLOW our goal is to empower individuals with the knowledge and tools to make informed decisions and generate robust data. We offer solutions designed to create efficiency and confidence in the field of Flow Cytometry. We provide lifetime access to multiple eLearning courses and a support platform that centralizes flow cytometry knowledge. We cover the basics as well as advanced topics such as Cell Sorting and Full-Spectrum Flow Cytometry. The courses are unique in many ways: narrated, subtitled, divided into micro content, originally illustrated, and brand neutral. Our educational program can serve as general knowledge, a refresher for advanced users, or a prerequisite to instrument training, ensuring everyone receives the same quality information. WE DO NOT OFFER ASSAY DEVELOPMENT NOR WET LAB SERVICES.

Winthrop University Hospital

222 Station Plaza North, Suite 300 Mineola, NY, 11501 United StatesFor more than a century, Winthrop-University Hospital’s culture has been shaped by an ever-deepening commitment to integrating the highest quality patient care services with dynamic medical education programs and rigorous research initiatives. Underscoring this mission, the Board of Directors, clinical faculty and administration have moved the Hospital into a transformative era, exemplified by the development of a visionary and robust biomedical Research Institute with newly recruited basic and clinical scientists who complement the work of current investigators. The collaborative environment nurtures creative, independent thinking, the opportunity to share insights and ideas, and extraordinary teamwork. Multidisciplinary PhD scientists and physician investigators are involved in vigorous basic, clinical, translational and health outcomes studies. These include a major commitment that focuses not only on the causes and consequences of diabetes, but also on the disease’s many complex complications that touch a large pool of patients in virtually every medical specialty. Winthrop investigators are also addressing other important public health issues, including pregnancy and premature births; improving treatment of cancer; osteoporosis; diabetes-related vascular damage; autoimmune diseases; neurological disorders, including amyotrophic lateral sclerosis; the causes and consequences of obesity; and other debilitating chronic diseases.

Xylyx Bio, Inc.

760 Parkside Avenue Suite #321 Brooklyn, New York, 11226 United StatesXylyx Bio's mission is to increase predictiveness and confidence in drug discovery for cancer, fibrosis, and other devastating diseases through our physiologically-relevant IN MATRICO™ platform. Our platform technology incorporates human tissue and disease-specific extracellular matrix substrates combined with clinically relevant data packages to enable drug candidates to be tested IN MATRICO™ to inform better decision making in drug discovery. Tissue-specific ECM substrates enable high-fidelity disease models that reflect human disease biology and are provided in both 2D and 3D product formats that are compatible with low and high throughput screening. Xylyx Bio also offers IN MATRICO™ compound testing services to accurately predict in-vivo drug response. Xylyx Bio offers custom fibrotic human lung and liver ECM substrates to significantly improve in-vitro disease modeling and drug development in a disease-relevant setting. Our fibrosis-specific extracellular matrix products benefit drug discovery programs by enabling drug candidates to be investigated in a disease-relevant in-vitro environment that recapitulates human fibrosis, yielding new insights into fibrotic mechanisms and guiding decision-making through therapeutic development. NativeCoat™ ECM Surface Coating is a solubilized form of the extracellular matrix from native organs. NativeCoat™ ECM Coatings contain tissue-specific or disease-specific ECM components and signals that recapitulate the native cell environment in vitro. Apply NativeCoat™ ECM in 2D cell culture to coat any cell culture surface and provide cells with key physiological factors that regulate cell growth and function. Coating with tissue-specific biochemical composition of the native cell microenvironment results in increased cell attachment, viability and proliferation as well as enhanced function and activation of signaling pathways. TissueSpec® ECM Hydrogels provide a soft, physiological substrate for 3D cell culture. TissueSpec® Hydrogels enhance cell attachment, cell-cell interaction, and cell expansion. TissueSpec® Hydrogels applied in 3D cell culture as thin gels to cover cell culture surfaces or as thick gels to encapsulate cells or organoids within a 3D tissue-specific ECM environment. TissueSpec® ECM Scaffolds are acellular constructs that retain the natural 3D biomechanics and structural topography of native tissues. Preserved tissue components, such as vascular structures, constitute key features of the native tissue architecture. TissueSpec® ECM Scaffolds are applied in 3D cell culture or tissue engineering to study the effects of native tissue mechanics on the differentiation or migration of cells.

XRD.US

3590 Route 9 Suite 105, Cold Spring NY, 10516XRD.US offers crystal and powder diffraction services for structure and phase determination.