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ActivaCRO

Avenida Oscar R Benavides 380 Dpto 306, Miraflores, Lima, PeruActivaCRO offers clinical research, clinical trials, haematology, bacteriology, immunology, and histology.

Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University Siteman Cancer Center Proteomics Core

Southwest Tower, Room 721.The Proteomics Shared Resource provides cancer center members with preferred access to current and innovative proteomics technologies for molecular profiling of clinical samples and for basic cancer research. The Proteomics Shared Resource is a cooperative effort between the Siteman Cancer Center and the Washington University Department of Medicine. The facility is open to all Washington University investigators, with priority access given to cancer center members. The responsibilities of the Proteomics Shared Resource include: Providing global differential protein expression data on biological fluids, leukemias and solid tumors. Providing consultation on sample preparation and coordinating biostatistical-based experimental design. Archiving and retrieval of proteomics data for iterative analysis using protein informatics tools. Integration of proteomics data with other functional genomics data for cross queries through common data portals (in collaboration with Siteman’s Bioinformatics and Multiplexed Gene Analysis cores).

KLIXAR

206 Avenida Club Golf los Incas Torre II. Suite 801 Cercado de Lima, Municipalidad Metropolitana de Lima, 15023 PeruKlixar is a CRO located in Latin America that offers clinical research services including clinical monitoring, project management, data management, biostatistics, regulatory affairs, and feasibility services.

NMRC U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit No. 6

Venezuela Ave. Block 36 Bellavista Callao PeruHosted by the Peruvian Navy and co-located at their flagship hospital in Lima, at the Naval Hospital in Iquitos, and in Puerto Maldonado; the US Naval Medical Research Unit - 6 Perú (NAMRU-6) conducts research on and surveillance of a wide range of infectious diseases that are of military or public health significance in the region, including malaria and dengue fever, yellow fever, viral encephalitides, leishmaniasis, Chagas' disease, and enteric diseases such as shigellosis and typhoid fever. NAMRU-6 partners with the Peruvian Ministries of Defense and Health and works closely with prestigious universities like Cayetano-Heredia and San Marcos. NAMRU-6, also, enjoys a close and productive relationship with Ministries of Defense and Health, universities and NGO's throughout Latin America as well as with USAID, U.S. CDC, U.S. NIH, PAHO, and a number of U.S. universities. These partnerships yield a robust research agenda that includes work in prevention strategies, clinical management trials, immuno- and molecular rapid diagnostics, epidemiology, and ecology as well as projects measuring the social and economic impact of disease.

Pharmaceutical Product Development (PPD)

Calle Los Negocios 182 Piso 6 Surquillo Lima 34 - PeruPPD offers central lab services, bioanalytical services, biomarker discovery services, assay development services, cGMP analytical services, CMC consulting, and pharmacology services.

SCIderm

Esplanade 6SCIderm offers clinical research services including phase II-IV clinical trials, project management, data management, and biostatistics.

Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia

430 Avenida Honorio Delgado, Urb Ingeniería Distrito de Lima, 15102, PEThe history of the Peruvian University Cayetano Heredia is closely linked to the development of medicine, science research in Peru. Its founding in 1961 originated when an important group of professors with extensive experience in medical education at the most prestigious public university in the country, had the vision of creating a university with high academic requirements, contributing to the Research in health and sciences in the country and the world. These visionary doctors created the Medical Union of Teachers Cayetano Heredia on July 25, 1961, to start working at the premises of the National Academy of Medicine. From these initial steps , the support the local international community and gave the founders in the formation of a new study center for health sciences was evident. The support of the local community became tangible with the creation of an Economic Patronage chaired by Mr. Enrique Ayulo Pardo. Two months after the arduous and incessant work of the members of the Union, the Peruvian government, on September 22, 1961, officialized the creation of the University of Medical and Biological Sciences, a name that would later change to the current one. In April 1961 a first entrance examination was taken that would serve as a future model for other universities in the country. A total of 585 applicants competed for 65 vacancies; The participants, together with those who moved from other universities in Peru and abroad, allowed to start classes in May 1962. The official inauguration of the new university was held on June 18, 1962 under the direction of Dr. Honorio Delgado And Alberto Hurtado. The creation of the Cayetano Heredia National Hospital in 1967 institutionalized the permanent collaboration between the UPCH and the Ministry of Health, thus allowing the development of community medicine by students and professors of the University in an area of ​​influence from the Rimac district to the province Of Canta, in Lima.

Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia

31, Av. Honorio Delgado 430 Lima, Distrito de Lima PeruThe history of the Peruvian University Cayetano Heredia is closely linked to the development of medicine, science research in Peru. Its founding in 1961 originated when an important group of professors with extensive experience in medical education at the most prestigious public university in the country, had the vision of creating a university with high academic requirements, contributing to the Research in health and sciences in the country and the world. These visionary doctors created the Medical Union of Teachers Cayetano Heredia on July 25, 1961, to start working at the premises of the National Academy of Medicine. From these initial steps , the support the local international community and gave the founders in the formation of a new study center for health sciences was evident. The support of the local community became tangible with the creation of an Economic Patronage chaired by Mr. Enrique Ayulo Pardo. Two months after the arduous and incessant work of the members of the Union, the Peruvian government, on September 22, 1961, officialized the creation of the University of Medical and Biological Sciences, a name that would later change to the current one. In April 1961 a first entrance examination was taken that would serve as a future model for other universities in the country. A total of 585 applicants competed for 65 vacancies; The participants, together with those who moved from other universities in Peru and abroad, allowed to start classes in May 1962. The official inauguration of the new university was held on June 18, 1962 under the direction of Dr. Honorio Delgado And Alberto Hurtado. The creation of the Cayetano Heredia National Hospital in 1967 institutionalized the permanent collaboration between the UPCH and the Ministry of Health, thus allowing the development of community medicine by students and professors of the University in an area of ​​influence from the Rimac district to the province Of Canta, in Lima.

Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos

Germán Amézaga Street No. 375 - Jorge Basadre Building, Ciudad Universitaria Lima 1 Peru

Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC)

Campus Provost John David Ferreira LimaUniversidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC) focuses on research.