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AmeriSci

13635 Genito Road Midlothian, VA 23112 USAAmeriSci offers microbiological testing and DNA sequencing services.

AmeriSci

Midlothian, VA, 23113 United StatesAmeriSci offers microbiological testing and DNA sequencing services.

American International Pathology Laboratories (AIPL)

4355 Innslake Drive Glen Allen, VA 23060 USAAmerican International Pathology Laboratories (AIPL) offers anatomic pathology, virtual pathology, and immunohistochemistry services.

American Type Culture Collection (ATCC)

P.O. Box 1549 Manassas, VA 20108ATCC is the premier global biological materials resource and standards organization offering an extensive collection of products and custom services. ATCC offers custom solutions including cell (Master & Working bank)production, microbial growth & titering, quantitation-including ddPCR, development and production of controls and derivatives. New Cell Authentication Testing Services include PCR Mycoplasma Testing as well as direct and indirect methods. and STR profiling for human cell authentication.

American Type Culture Collection (ATCC)

10801 University Boulevard Manassas, Virginia, 20110-2209 United StatesATCC is the premier global biological materials resource and standards organization offering an extensive collection of products and custom services. ATCC offers custom solutions including cell (Master & Working bank)production, microbial growth & titering, quantitation-including ddPCR, development and production of controls and derivatives. New Cell Authentication Testing Services include PCR Mycoplasma Testing as well as direct and indirect methods. and STR profiling for human cell authentication.

Aerobiology Laboratory Associates

43760 Trade Center Place, Suite 100 Dulles, 20166 VirginiaAerobiology Laboratory Associates offers microbial testing, environmental testing, and product testing services.

Atlantic Research Group

125 South Augusta Street #3000 Staunton, VA 24401, USAAtlantic Research Group provides clinical research services for oncology, immunology, opthalmology, and other research areas.

Alliance Research Group

3212 Cutshaw Ave. Ste. 218 Richmond, Virginia 23230 USAAlliance Research Group is a clinical researcher specializing in Central Nervous System Disorders.

Association of American Medical Colleges

2450 N Street, NW Washington, DC 20037, USAAssociation of American Medical Colleges offers an online databases to organize curriculum, and residency and fellowship positions.

Advanced Genomics

3007 Williams Drive Fairfax, VA 22031Advanced Genomics offers tissue and cell line characterization, molecular karyotyping genotyping, gene expression analysis, and expression profiling services.

Arkios Biodevelopment International

421 S Lynnhaven Rd # 101 Virginia Beach, VA 23452-6661, USAArkios Biodevelopment International provides strategic planning, clinical operations, regulatory affairs, data management, biostatistics, and recruitment.

Anton Paar

10215 Timber Ridge Dr. Ashland, VA , 23005 United StatesThe Anton Paar Group develops, produces, distributes and provides support for analytical instruments used in research, development and quality control worldwide. Located in Ashland, Virginia, Anton Paar USA provides sales, application support and service to users throughout North America and the Islands. Anton Paar produces high-end measuring and laboratory instruments for industry and research. It is the world leader in the measurement of density, concentration and CO2 and in the field of rheometry. Other areas of specialty are: Petroleum testing, microwave synthesis, viscometry, polarimetry, refractometry, X-ray scattering, sample preparation and surface characterization. The core competence of Anton Paar – high-precision production – and close contact to the scientific community, form the basis for the quality of Anton Paar’s instruments. Continuous training and investments in R&D ensure that Anton Paar products live up to their excellent reputation.

Afton Scientific Corporation

2030 Avon Court Charlottesville, VA 22902Afton Scientific Corporation offers sterile filling, parenterals, aseptic processing, and manufacturing services.

Arista Laboratories

1941 Reymet Road Richmond, VA 23237 USAArista Laboratories offers in vitro toxicology services including genotoxicity and cytotoxicity studies in the analysis of tobacco related products.

Aclairo Pharmaceutical Development Group, Inc

1950 Old Gallows Road, Suite 300 Vienna, VA, 22182 United StatesAclairo® Pharmaceutical Development Group, Inc. is committed to delivering independent and objective nonclinical and regulatory advice to the pharmaceutical industry. Every member of Aclairo’s staff strives to provide our clients with superior advice, analysis, work product and program assistance. Aclairo’s unique experience and capabilities help our clients’ development programs succeed. Our senior consultants are experienced ex-FDA or industry specialists and can provide expert guidance in the areas of toxicology, regulatory, ADME and clinical pharmacology drug development. In addition, our scientific services group can provide full program management and study monitoring and are experienced in supporting the gamut of regulatory document preparations including: Final Study Reports; Regulatory Applications; Investigator Brochures; Expert Reports; and FDA Response Documents

AIBioTech

601 Biotech Drive Suite 301 Richmond, VA - Virginia, 23235 United StatesGranger Genetics, LLC is a contract research organization and clinical reference laboratory with in depth experience in molecular/ microbiology/ immunochemistry/ DNA sequencing. Our lab is supervised by a PhD trained scientist and is experienced working within regulatory frameworks such as 21CFRpart 58 (GLP). Our staff works diligently to turn projects around quickly and provide professional reporting to the clients. Our team is used to providing research and development services to the biotechnology industry, academic institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and government agencies. Granger Genetics unique custom service platforms provide a multifaceted, integrated approach to research and project support. Our laboratory is staffed with scientists experienced in a variety of molecular detection methods including traditional culture based approaches, end point PCR, real time PCR, next generation sequencing (NGS) and Sanger sequencing services. Our team is experienced in working with RNA and DNA. Our next generation sequencing lab is equipped with an Ilumina HiSeq 2500, and multiple Ion Torrent PGM instruments. Our infrastructure is solid with a strong IT group supporting the process. We have a talented team of scientists backed by a strong quality assurance group to give you confidence in our results. Our company is well versed in supporting clinical trials and experienced with 21 CFR part 58 requirements. Our team has worked with multiple large, international pharmaceutical companies to support their clinical trials. We would like the opportunity to speak with you in more detail.

Amador Bioscience Inc

1 Park West Circle Midlothian, VA, 23114 United StatesAmador Bioscience provides global-standard translational sciences and clinical pharmacology services to leading biopharmaceutical companies around the world. Backed by premier private equity groups, including Hillhouse Capital Group and Sequoia Capital, Amador is committed to providing mission-critical services required to achieve regulatory approval of a novel therapeutic. Amador’s consulting strategy draws upon the latest technologies, industry best practices, and strict quality control procedures. Well-regarded for facilitating innovative development, Amador has supported a diverse array of clients, ranging from cutting-edge biotech start-ups to multinational pharmaceutical companies, through the deployment of expert services, including clinical pharmacology, DMPK, pharmacometrics, bioanalytical services, precision medicine, biostatistics, statistical programming, clinical development, medical writing, and regulatory submissions. Amador cofounders have extensive industry experience (Amgen, AstraZeneca and Novartis). Members of our leadership team also possess broad experience from PPD, Quantiles, Crownbio and other leading clinical CROs

Biospherex

10900 University Blvd. MSN 4D4 Manassas, VA 20110 USABiospherex provides specialized DNA analytical laboratory and microbiomic research services to support scientific and clinical research of the Human Microbiome. Our patent pending microbial DNA analysis platforms and Biospherex diagnostic technology provide the means to rapidly explore the human and environmental microbiome and drive discovery of new biomarkers, diagnostic, and therapeutic solutions in every field of metagenomic research and biotechnology.

Bionetics Corporation

101 Production Dr. Suite 100 Yorktown, VA 23693The Bionetics Corporation is headquartered in Yorktown, Virginia, and we serve our clients from operating locations nationwide. Bionetics’ operating philosophy is to place the capability required to meet and exceed customer requirements as close to the customer as possible. Thus, we maintain a very lean corporate infrastructure and empower our local managers and employees to make decisions and solve problems on our customer’s behalf. We employ short, direct lines of communication and work hard to build a spirit of teamwork and partnership in all of our business operations.

Bioscan

4590 MacArthur Blvd Washington D.C. 20007 USABioscan offers molecular imaging, pharmaceutical development, nuclear medicine, chromatography, and life science research.

Bioproximity

14153B Robert Paris Ct. Chantilly, VA 20151Bioproximity offers proteomics profiling services.

Bioproximity

PO Box 523043 United States Springfield, VA, 22152 United StatesBioproximity offers proteomics profiling services.

BrightSpec

770 Harris Street Suite 104b Charlottesville, VA, 22903 United StatesBrightSpec is an innovative life science tools company with a range of instruments that tap the power of molecular rotational resonance (MRR) spectroscopy. MRR enables the rapid, unambiguous molecular ID and quantitative analysis of mixtures, without separation, no chemometrics, and with no reference sample required. Not only can BrightSpec MRR complement other techniques such as Mass Spectrometry or NMR, in many cases MRR can solve problems not possible by these methods.

Better Lab Tests Now

109 Carpenter Drive Sterling, VA, 20164 United StatesBetter Lab Tests Now is dedicated to providing consumers with the highest quality lab testing at affordable prices.

Beaufort

Norfolk, VA, 23510 United StatesBeaufort is a contract research organization and consultancy dedicated to accelerating medical innovation

Biologics Consulting Group

400 N. Washington Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314 USABiologics Consulting Group, Inc. (BCG) provides regulatory and product development advice on production of biological, drug and device products.

Biologics Consulting Group

Alexandria, VA United StatesBiologics Consulting Group, Inc. (BCG) provides regulatory and product development advice on production of biological, drug and device products.

Biovista

2421 Ivy Road, Charlottesville, VA 22903, USABiovista offers repositioning programs, pharma services and solutions to maximize the value of research and clinical development.

Bluefield State College

219 Rock St. Bluefield, WV 24701Mission Statement The mission of Bluefield State College is to provide students an affordable, accessible opportunity for public higher education. An historically black institution, Bluefield State College prepares students for diverse professions, graduate study, informed citizenship, community involvement, and public service in an ever-changing global society. The College demonstrates its commitment to the student’s intellectual, personal, ethical, and cultural development by providing a dedicated faculty and staff, quality educational programs, and strong student support services in a nurturing environment. Vision Statement Bluefield State College is committed to being the region's leading institution of higher education. Embracing the diversity that shapes our world, the College strives to assist students from all walks of life to achieve their personal and professional goals. Using the expertise of faculty and staff, along with the commitment of its students and alumni, Bluefield State College will continue to strive for excellence in learning, service to the community, and advancements in research. Proficiency in these areas enables the Institution and its graduates to make important contributions at the community, state, national, and global levels. Bluefield State College provides a diverse range of curricular and co-curricular interactive opportunities to its students, faculty, staff, alumni, and members of the community. The College builds toward the future with continued emphasis on recruiting and retaining motivated students and highly credentialed faculty and staff; achieving university status; offering Master's level programs; and expanding its programmatic offerings through distance education initiatives.

Bluefield State College

219 Rock Street Bluefield, WV, 24701 United StatesMission Statement The mission of Bluefield State College is to provide students an affordable, accessible opportunity for public higher education. An historically black institution, Bluefield State College prepares students for diverse professions, graduate study, informed citizenship, community involvement, and public service in an ever-changing global society. The College demonstrates its commitment to the student’s intellectual, personal, ethical, and cultural development by providing a dedicated faculty and staff, quality educational programs, and strong student support services in a nurturing environment. Vision Statement Bluefield State College is committed to being the region's leading institution of higher education. Embracing the diversity that shapes our world, the College strives to assist students from all walks of life to achieve their personal and professional goals. Using the expertise of faculty and staff, along with the commitment of its students and alumni, Bluefield State College will continue to strive for excellence in learning, service to the community, and advancements in research. Proficiency in these areas enables the Institution and its graduates to make important contributions at the community, state, national, and global levels. Bluefield State College provides a diverse range of curricular and co-curricular interactive opportunities to its students, faculty, staff, alumni, and members of the community. The College builds toward the future with continued emphasis on recruiting and retaining motivated students and highly credentialed faculty and staff; achieving university status; offering Master's level programs; and expanding its programmatic offerings through distance education initiatives.

Bostwick Laboratories

4355 Innslake Drive Glen Allen, VA 23060 USABostwick Laboratories provides anatomic and clinical pathology laboratory services specializing in the monitoring and diagnosis of cancer.

Bostwick Laboratories

Glen Allen, VA United StatesBostwick Laboratories provides anatomic and clinical pathology laboratory services specializing in the monitoring and diagnosis of cancer.

College of William and Mary Keck Environmental Field Laboratory

104 Jamestown Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23185Located on the shore of Lake Matoaka on the William & Mary campus in Williamsburg, Virginia, the Keck Lab provides instructional and research support for Environmental Programs at William & Mary and at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. Seminar, lecture, and laboratory courses are taught at the lab during the academic year. During summers, funding organizations including the National Science Foundation, Virginia Environmental Endowment and the Jeffress Trust sponsor directed student research. Student projects are focused on watershed analysis in both scientific and social contexts. With direct access to Lake Matoaka and the surrounding College Woods, the 5,500 square-foot facility is an academic venue for hands-on investigation of issues within the increasingly complex and interdisciplinary world of environmental studies.

College of William and Mary Keck Environmental Field Laboratory

104 Jamestown Road Williamsburg, VA, 23185 United StatesLocated on the shore of Lake Matoaka on the William & Mary campus in Williamsburg, Virginia, the Keck Lab provides instructional and research support for Environmental Programs at William & Mary and at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. Seminar, lecture, and laboratory courses are taught at the lab during the academic year. During summers, funding organizations including the National Science Foundation, Virginia Environmental Endowment and the Jeffress Trust sponsor directed student research. Student projects are focused on watershed analysis in both scientific and social contexts. With direct access to Lake Matoaka and the surrounding College Woods, the 5,500 square-foot facility is an academic venue for hands-on investigation of issues within the increasingly complex and interdisciplinary world of environmental studies.

CHEMetrics

4295 Catlett Road Midland, VA 22728 USACHEMetrics specializes in water analysis and offers testing kits.

CLINRESEARCH GMBH

1925 Isaac Newton Square, Suite 100 Reston, VA 20190 Aptiv Solutions is a full-service international CRO with proven expertise in supporting global clinical trials for biopharmaceutical and medical device companies

College of William and Mary The Center for Conservation Biology

Dillard Complex, Minson Galt House 205 Ironbound Road Williamsburg, VA 23188More than a physical facility, The Center for Conservation Biology (CCB) is a group of professionals, students, and citizens who are dedicated to the common vision that the natural environment is an important part of our quality of life. CCB is a research group within The College of William and Mary and the Virginia Commonwealth University. The Center conducts primary research with applications to the management of land and bird species of conservation concern. The Center is dedicated to discovering innovative solutions to environmental problems that are both scientifically sound and practical within today’s social context. Our particular focus is the development and distribution of information resources that are needed for effective, science-based conservation. Such information is the vital currency that drives all aspects of conservation. The Center serves as one of the principal advisors to government and non-governmental agencies responsible for the management and recovery of avian species at risk. The Center provides opportunities for students, professionals, and the general public to learn about species and ecosystems at risk.

College of William and Mary The Center for Conservation Biology

205 Ironbound Road Williamsburg, VA, 23188 United StatesMore than a physical facility, The Center for Conservation Biology (CCB) is a group of professionals, students, and citizens who are dedicated to the common vision that the natural environment is an important part of our quality of life. CCB is a research group within The College of William and Mary and the Virginia Commonwealth University. The Center conducts primary research with applications to the management of land and bird species of conservation concern. The Center is dedicated to discovering innovative solutions to environmental problems that are both scientifically sound and practical within today’s social context. Our particular focus is the development and distribution of information resources that are needed for effective, science-based conservation. Such information is the vital currency that drives all aspects of conservation. The Center serves as one of the principal advisors to government and non-governmental agencies responsible for the management and recovery of avian species at risk. The Center provides opportunities for students, professionals, and the general public to learn about species and ecosystems at risk.

CROfessionals

6599 Commerce Ct # 200 Warrenton, VA 20187, USACROfessionals provides small patient number trials, clinical services, and regulatory services.

ChemTreat

Virginia, 10040 Lickinghole Road Ashland, VA 23005t ChemTreat, we understand that success is centered on demonstrating reliability and earning trust. When customers purchase our products, they’re really buying the peace of mind that comes with knowing a seasoned ChemTreat field engineer has everything under control.

ChemTreat

5640 Cox Road Glen Allen, Virginia 23060t ChemTreat, we understand that success is centered on demonstrating reliability and earning trust. When customers purchase our products, they’re really buying the peace of mind that comes with knowing a seasoned ChemTreat field engineer has everything under control.

Computercraft Corporation

1314 Vincent Place McLean VA 22101Established in 1981, Computercraft is an American Indian/Veteran owned small business. The company maintains a global presence and is based in McLean, Virginia. We specialize in scientific, technical, and management support services for the public and private sectors. Computercraft provides unique professional engineering services, particularly in the field of biotechnology and genetics research. Over the years we have grown to offer information technology and graphic design support services. Each of these areas continues to develop and expand as today’s marketplace offers new opportunities for us to combine technology with innovative solutions to meet our customer’s needs. Computercraft achieves success through our customer-driven approach to good business, dedicated team of professionals, and continuous pursuit of innovative solutions.

Computercraft Corporation

1360 Beverly Rd # 100, McLean,, VA , 22101 United StatesEstablished in 1981, Computercraft is an American Indian/Veteran owned small business. The company maintains a global presence and is based in McLean, Virginia. We specialize in scientific, technical, and management support services for the public and private sectors. Computercraft provides unique professional engineering services, particularly in the field of biotechnology and genetics research. Over the years we have grown to offer information technology and graphic design support services. Each of these areas continues to develop and expand as today’s marketplace offers new opportunities for us to combine technology with innovative solutions to meet our customer’s needs. Computercraft achieves success through our customer-driven approach to good business, dedicated team of professionals, and continuous pursuit of innovative solutions.

Chemgood LLC

4908 Dominion Blvd, Suite F, Glen Allen, VA, 23060 United StatesActive chemicals for lab research

Cogent Communications

2450 N Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20037 United StatesCogent expedites the secure transfer of large data files between domestic and global locations including the U.S., U.K., Europe, Japan, China, Korea, Singapore, Australia, and Brazil. [NASDAQ: CCOI] Cogent is a Tier 1 Global Internet Service Provider with the most interconnected network in the world – connecting to 6700 networks and 1200 Data Centers in over 200 markets spanning 45 countries. Approximately 21% of the world’s Internet traffic travels our network daily. Our core product offerings include Dedicated Internet Access, Ethernet Point-to-Point, Ethernet VPLS, SDWAN, and Colocation services offered over our award-winning fiber optic, IP data-only network.

CSC

3170 Fairview Park Drive Falls Church, VA, 22042 United States

Commonwealth Medical Laboratories, Inc.

4228 Aiken Drive | Warrenton, VA 20187Since 1985, Commonwealth Medical Laboratories, Inc. has earned the respect and reputation as one of the top allergy reference laboratories in the United States. At Commonwealth Medical Laboratories, our dedication to quality and service, extensive test menu of allergens and a genuine desire to assist you in providing the best patient care places Commonwealth Medical Laboratories as an unsurpassed leader in the medical, health care and lab testing industry.

Commonwealth Medical Laboratories, Inc.

4228 Aiken Drive Warrenton, VA, 20187 United StatesSince 1985, Commonwealth Medical Laboratories, Inc. has earned the respect and reputation as one of the top allergy reference laboratories in the United States. At Commonwealth Medical Laboratories, our dedication to quality and service, extensive test menu of allergens and a genuine desire to assist you in providing the best patient care places Commonwealth Medical Laboratories as an unsurpassed leader in the medical, health care and lab testing industry.

CELLINK

2000 Kraft Drive Southwest suite 2125 Blacksburg, VA, 24060 United StatesA company founded on the development and commercialization of 3D Bioprinting products, CELLINK is now a "bioconvergence" company that designs cutting-edge instruments for automation of liquid-handling, single-cell dispensing, and other live-cell processes (imaging, -omics, etc.)

College of William and Mary Applied Research Center

12050 Jefferson Avenue, Newport, Williamsburg VAThe Applied Research Center is the flagship research facility for the Applied Research Center Consortium. The ARC, a seven-story office and laboratory building, is home to industrial, university and Jefferson Lab researchers collaborating in the development of new technologies and processes.

College of William and Mary Applied Research Center

Jefferson Avenue Newport News, VA, 23603 United StatesThe Applied Research Center is the flagship research facility for the Applied Research Center Consortium. The ARC, a seven-story office and laboratory building, is home to industrial, university and Jefferson Lab researchers collaborating in the development of new technologies and processes.

Clever Sys

Reston, VA, USAClever Sys provides automated behavioral testing, data collection, and analysis.

Clever Sys

Reston, VA United StatesClever Sys provides automated behavioral testing, data collection, and analysis.

College of William and Mary The Institute for Integrative Birds Behavior Studies

104 Jamestown Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23185Founded in 2003 by biology professors Dan Cristol and John Swaddle, iibbs (pronounced ibis) is an integrative research and educational institute that brings together biology, mathematics, economics, and philosophy to understand the interactions of birds and society.

College of William and Mary The Institute for Integrative Birds Behavior Studies

104 Jamestown Road Williamsburg, VA, 23185 United StatesFounded in 2003 by biology professors Dan Cristol and John Swaddle, iibbs (pronounced ibis) is an integrative research and educational institute that brings together biology, mathematics, economics, and philosophy to understand the interactions of birds and society.

Colonial Scientific, Inc.

P.O. Box 71508 Richmond, VA 23255Welcome to the Colonial Scientific Inc. website. Colonial Scientific is a lab supply distributor that specializes in servicing particular specialized markets. Our catalogs and literature are designed for individual industries. They feature products that are widely used and comply with government regulations. Our sales force and customer service team are well trained in the features of our products and how they apply to your particular industry. Browse through our products and give us a call. We want to be a partner in your laboratory.

Colonial Scientific, Inc.

P.O. Box 71508 Richmond, , VA , 23255 United StatesWelcome to the Colonial Scientific Inc. website. Colonial Scientific is a lab supply distributor that specializes in servicing particular specialized markets. Our catalogs and literature are designed for individual industries. They feature products that are widely used and comply with government regulations. Our sales force and customer service team are well trained in the features of our products and how they apply to your particular industry. Browse through our products and give us a call. We want to be a partner in your laboratory.

Charlottesville Medical Research

325 Winding River Lane, Suite 102 Charlottesville, VA 22911Charlottesville Medical Research is an independent clinical research facility in Charlottesville, Virginia. We want to make a meaningful contribution to world health and promote the well-being of our patients.

Charlottesville Medical Research

325 Winding River Lane, Suite 102 Charlottesville, VA, 22911 United StatesCharlottesville Medical Research is an independent clinical research facility in Charlottesville, Virginia. We want to make a meaningful contribution to world health and promote the well-being of our patients.

Clinical Research Associates of Tidewater

400 Gresham Drive 402 Medical Tower Norfolk, VA 23507Here at Clinical Research Associates of Tidewater (CRAT), we’re dedicated to providing you the most professional, friendly, and efficient service possible. Our mission statement, shown below, embodies the attitude we strive to bring to every interaction we take part in. Clinical Research Associates of Tidewater (CRAT) is a multispecialty investigative site located in Downtown Norfolk, Virginia. Our ability to provide quality research is the principle upon which Clinical Research Associates of Tidewater was built. We are recognized by the industry for our experience and commitment towards meeting the challenges of research development with visions and goals for future advancement. Our Medical Director, Duane Wombolt, M.D. is board certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology and is a Professor of Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School. Dr. Wombolt has been conducting various phases of clinical research trials since 1974. Other Investigative Staff have varied practices in Internal Medicine, Gynecology, Dermatology, Podiatry, Endocrinology, Nephrology, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Allergy, Immunology, Orthopedics, and Psychiatry.

Clinical Research Associates of Tidewater

400 Gresham Dr. Suite 402 Norfolk, VA, 23507 United StatesHere at Clinical Research Associates of Tidewater (CRAT), we’re dedicated to providing you the most professional, friendly, and efficient service possible. Our mission statement, shown below, embodies the attitude we strive to bring to every interaction we take part in. Clinical Research Associates of Tidewater (CRAT) is a multispecialty investigative site located in Downtown Norfolk, Virginia. Our ability to provide quality research is the principle upon which Clinical Research Associates of Tidewater was built. We are recognized by the industry for our experience and commitment towards meeting the challenges of research development with visions and goals for future advancement. Our Medical Director, Duane Wombolt, M.D. is board certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology and is a Professor of Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School. Dr. Wombolt has been conducting various phases of clinical research trials since 1974. Other Investigative Staff have varied practices in Internal Medicine, Gynecology, Dermatology, Podiatry, Endocrinology, Nephrology, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Allergy, Immunology, Orthopedics, and Psychiatry.

CHTN Mid-Atlantic Division (University of Virginia)

Charlottesville, VA, 22908 United StatesThe CHTN is funded by the National Cancer Institute and provides high quality, well-annotated biospecimens to researchers throughout the United States and Canada. The Mid-Atlantic Division is based in the Pathology Department at the University of Virginia and is one of six participating academic medical centers. The CHTN was originally established in 1987, and the Mid-Atlantic Division joined in 2001. While primarily a resource for cancer researchers, samples provided by the CHTN support projects in many biomedical and basic science fields. By pooling the resources of multiple institutions, the CHTN improves researcher’s access to specimens, especially those needing large numbers of specimens, those studying rare conditions, and those without access to a medical center.

Commonwealth Biotechnologies

601 Biotech Drive RICHMOND, VA 23235 USACommonwealth Biotechnologies provides genomic, proteomics, antibody, biomarker, microbiology, detection, characterization, and sequencing services.

Digicon Corporation

7926 Jones Branch Drive Suite 615 McLean, Virginia, 22102 United StatesDigicon is an Information Technology (IT) service provider that focuses on innovation and customer satisfaction. With over 30 years of experience, Digicon has the knowledge and experience you can trust. Digicon has a unique approach to doing business: providing IT services within the customer's business model.

Duke University - Cell Culture Core

209 Research Drive Chesapeake, VA, 23320 United States

Direct Services

6418 Grovedale Drive, Suite 301 Alexandria, VA 22310 USADirect Services offers transportation of temperature and environmentally sensitive commodities.

Discovery Therapeutics, Inc.

2028 DABNEY RD, E-17 Richmond, VA, 23230Discovery Therapeutics, Inc., headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, USA, is a privately held, clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on discovery, development, and commercialization of receptor subtype-selective compounds for the treatment of cardio-renal diseases. Discovery Therapeutics, Inc.’s product pipeline includes adenosine agonists and antagonists for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease and FLAP antagonists for the treatment of chronic kidney disease.

DOT Consulting LLC

2121 Eisenhower Ave Suite 301 Alexandria, Virginia, 22314 United StatesWe provide toxicity predictions for a host of endpoints using proprietary software CADRE.

Eastern Virginia Medical School Biorepository

Dept. of Pathology and Anatomy 700 West Olney Road Norfolk, Virginia 23507The EVMS biorepository, located in Lewis Hall, collects, processes and stores biological specimens and associated data. The facilities include an environmentally controlled space that provides a low-temperature, low-humidity environment to maximize the life and cooling ability of the specimen freezers for storage of clinical tissues and fluids. There is an adjoining room used for the storage of patient tissue blocks and an additional clean room for sample allocation and processing equipped with a sublimation sample freezer and barcode sample entry system. The resource has an on-site, full-time staff for specimen processing, inventory management and database management. The Biorepository has over 85,000 human samples available including prostate, kidney, bladder, breast, skin and head & neck tissues, 30,000 PCa serum, 1,100 PCa EPS-Urine, 23,000 PCa biopsy blocks, 5,500 PCa prostatectomy blocks, 5,000 PCa frozen tissues. The Biorepository is paralleled by a comprehensive clinical data repository. The Web based management system maintains the data in a secure SQL Server database and currently supports over 20 active study protocols.

Eastern Virginia Medical School George L. Wright Jr. Center for Biomedical Proteomics

700 W Olney Road Norfolk, VA 23507Located within the Leroy T. Canoles Jr. Cancer Research Center, The George L. Wright Jr. Center for Biomedical Proteomics is dedicated to excellence in biomedical proteomics. The center provides proteomics support to investigators in the Cancer Center and the general scientific community.

Eastern Virginia Medical School Center for Health Analytics and Discovery (CHAD)

Lester Hall, 4th Floor 651 Colley Avenue Norfolk, VA 23507The Center for Health Analytics and Discovery (CHAD) was developed as part of the Eastern Virginia Medical School 2015-2018 strategic plan. The Center is a research support unit operated under the Office of Research and the Vice Dean of Research with the following goals: To enhance EVMS research infrastructure resources To assist EVMS faculty and students to further develop their research capacities To improve the ability of investigators to draw valid inferences from big data and complex research questions To coordinate expertise and services amongst different departments To facilitate partnerships with local and regional health systems via research development To promote rigorous methodological rationale and strong quantitative analyses in research The Center provides consulting and collaboration support to assist EVMS researchers with study design, data analysis, statistical results interpretation, database development, data management, and other analytical services.

Eastern Virginia Medical School Histology Laboratory

Dept. of Pathology and Anatomy 700 West Olney Road Norfolk, Virginia 23507The EVMS Histology Lab provides technical research pathology services to EVMS investigators and other academic, clinical and scientific organizations. It is housed in Lewis Hall. Capabilities: Routine and specialized tissue prrocessing Paraffin embedding Cryosectioning Immunohistochemistry Staining (H&E and special stains) Tissue Microarray development

EPL

Sterling, VA United StatesEPL, Inc. (Experimental Pathology Laboratories, Inc.) offers toxicologic pathology services, toxicology services, and histology services including pathology peer review, pathology working groups, pathology consultation, immunohistochemistry, digital image quantification and electron microscopy services.

EPL

Sterling, VA, USAEPL, Inc. (Experimental Pathology Laboratories, Inc.) offers toxicologic pathology services, toxicology services, and histology services including pathology peer review, pathology working groups, pathology consultation, immunohistochemistry, digital image quantification and electron microscopy services.

EPL

45600 Terminal Drive Sterling, VA, 20166 United StatesEPL, Inc. (Experimental Pathology Laboratories, Inc.) offers toxicologic pathology services, toxicology services, and histology services including pathology peer review, pathology working groups, pathology consultation, immunohistochemistry, digital image quantification and electron microscopy services.

Eastern Virginia Medical School Vivarium and Zebrafish Core

700 W Olney Road Norfolk, VA 23507Vivarium The AAALAC accredited animal research facility located inside of the EVMS campus covers a space of approximately 24,345 ft2. The newly-renovated facility is able to house multiple species, including mice under modern barrier facilities. BSL-2 rooms are available for use, if needed, and the animals are cared for by a full-time veterinarian with trained support staff. The vivarium is set up to assist the investigators with breeding programs, diet studies and drug delivery. The facility contains modern surgical suites and imaging via ultrasound, X-ray and an IVIS Lumina imaging system. The IVIS Lumina is an in vivo imaging system with fluorescence, bioluminescence, X-ray and visible light imaging capabilities. Zebrafish core The Zebrafish core, located in the vivarium, consists of both a housing unit and Zebrafish embryo manipulation/microinjection equipment. The Zebrafish Core includes an Aquaneering® E-rack which provides advantages in size and portability. The core is setup to allow for gene manipulation in this animal model. An experienced core director is available to assist investigators and provide training.

Environmental Systems Service, Ltd (ESS)

218 North Main Street Culpeper, VA 22701Environmental Systems Service, Ltd. (ESS) offers quality services in the fields of environmental consulting and testing, water and wastewater treatment and analyses, and food and dairy testing. ESS is a privately held corporation and provides the benefit of unbiased, independent consulting and analyses from a highly trained technical staff.

Exponent International

1800 Diagonal Road Suite 500 Alexandria, VA, 22314 United StatesWith over 90 scientific and engineering disciplines, Exponent’s staff of approximately 900, located in 20 offices throughout the United States and 5 international offices, combines unparalleled technical expertise with the ability, when necessary, to focus this knowledge in extremely short time frames. Our multidisciplinary team of scientists, physicians, engineers, and regulatory consultants will perform either in-depth scientific research and analysis, or very rapid-response evaluations, to provide our clients with the critical information that both day-to-day and strategic decisions can require. Exponent is certified to ISO 9001.

Eastern Virginia Medical School Molecular Core

700 W Olney Road Norfolk, VA 23507The Molecular Core supports research and education at EVMS by housing technologically advanced equipment, such as an automated sequencer, real time PCR machine, Odyssey infrared scanner and a Gene Atlas Microarray System for analysis of DNA, RNA and protein. A detailed listing of the instruments available in the Molecular Core can be accessed by clicking the Shared Resources link. The Director provides one-on-one training sessions and personalized experimental services for a modest fee. The facility is also used as teaching space for laboratory courses offered by the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program. Services The DNA Sequencing service is provided for a nominal fee of $8 per sequence, with a $24 minimum charge. DNA and primers should be supplied in the following concentrations with amounts needed per reaction in parentheses: Plasmids, 75ng/µL (2 µL) Genomic DNA, 150ng/µL (2 µL) PCR products, 10ng/µL (5 µL) Primers, 3.2pmol/µL (1 µL); please note the Tm DNA and primers should be supplied separately and in excess volume. Please note that any sample that is not provided in the appropriate concentration, as listed, will incur an additional $2 dilution fee for processing. Results will be delivered via a *.ab1 data file. The Microarray service is provided using a Gene Atlas Microarray System. We offer 3’ IVT and Whole Transcript Gene Arrays available from Affymetrix. The fee is $450 per sample, with a 4-sample minimum. This fee is based on the pricing for standard arrays and may change depending on the specific array required for your experiment. Preliminary analysis of your microarray data using Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) is available for an additional cost of $75.

Eastern Virginia Medical School Flow Cytometry Core

Colley Avenue Norfolk, VA 23507The EVMS Flow Cytometry Core Facility provides access to flow cytometry instrumentation and expertise to support research at EVMS and the research community of Hampton Roads, including Old Dominion University, Hampton University and the American Red Cross. Flow Cytometry is a technique for measurement of individual cells in a stream of fluid (“HPLC for cells”). Applications include but are not limited to: cell phenotyping, cell cycle analysis, cell signaling, protein modification, etc. Two instruments are available in the facility: a Cytek-upgraded FACSCalibur and a SONY iCyt Reflection. A detailed listing of the instruments available in the Flow Core can be accessed by clicking the Shared Resources link. Please inquire with the facility staff for a complete Fee Schedule. Users are required to reserve a time on a sign-up sheet posted outside the Flow Facility.

EPL Archives

Sterling, VA, USAEPL Archives provides data management, imaging services, database development, programming, and consulting.

EPL Archives

Sterling, VA United StatesEPL Archives provides data management, imaging services, database development, programming, and consulting.

Eastern Virginia Medical School Microscopy and Imaging Core

Lewis Hall, Room 3084 700 W Olney Road Norfolk, VA 23507The Microscopy & Imaging Facility is equipped (1) upright and inverted fluorescence microscopes with digital cameras; (2) a Zeiss 510 Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope, with 3 lasers and a META system, which employs spectral signature analysis to separate up to 8 fluorochromes with highly overlapping emission spectra; (3) a JEOL 1200EXll transmission electron microscope with an AMT XR111 digital camera for ultrastructural examination of biological tissue. The Facility and EVMS have computers equipped with image analysis software (MetaMorph) and the director provides assistance and training in its use. An IVIS in vivo imager is also available through Comparative Medicine, with software analysis available in the Facility.

ERA Consulting

Washington DC, USAThe ERA Consulting Group provides biopharmaceutical consulting relating to quality, nonclinical, and clinical aspects.

EAS Consulting Group, LLC

1700 Diagonal Road, Suite 750 Alexandria, VA 22314EAS Consulting Group, LLC (EAS) specializes in Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulatory matters. Our prime focus is to assist domestic and foreign pharmaceutical, medical device, tobacco, food, dietary supplement, and cosmetic firms comply with applicable laws and regulations. EAS is staffed with former FDA compliance and inspection officials and industry executives, and is assisted by an extensive network of consultants with many years of FDA and industry experience.

Evolvus

2325 Dulles Corner Blvd., Ste 500 Herndon, VA 20171 USAEvolvus offers expertise in informatics, in vitro screening, medicinal chemistry, and clinical research services.

Fairfax Identity Laboratories

601 Biotech Drive Richmond, VA 23235 USAFairfax Identity Laboratories offers DNA profiling services.

Fairfax Identity Laboratories

Richmond, VA United StatesFairfax Identity Laboratories offers DNA profiling services.

Fairfax Cryobank

3015 Williams Drive Fairfax, VA, 22031 United StatesWe are committed to being an industry leader in the screening and testing of our donors. The health and safety of our clients and their offspring are our paramount concern and shall not be compromised. We will comply not only with the spirit and the promulgated standards of all regulatory bodies governing our activities, but also with our internal policies and procedures. To ensure that our donor sperm and cryobanking services are of the highest quality, we will always strive to improve our processes and quality system. We are committed to maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of the parties involved in the sperm donation process including offspring, clients and donors. Everyone who has contact with our clients will be courteous, professional, and compassionate with the objective of providing a high level of service and satisfaction. If for any reason, client services is unable to address your issue, communicate directly with our Director. We recognize that trust and reliability are the basis for our success. Therefore, we will operate ethically and with the highest level of integrity with donors, clients, and physicians.

Fauquier's Finest Meat Processing

11746 Ag Industrial Drive Bealton, VA 22712Located in Bealeton, Va, Fauquier’s Finest is a federally inspected USDA meat processing facility. We offer custom cutting for Beef, Hogs, Lamb & Goats. Animals are processed to your specification using our custom cut sheets. In addition to cutting, we offer a range of finer processing. Sausage seasonings are available in a variety of flavors, many without MSG, and can be done with all species. Bacon and Hams may be cured and smoked and come with or without nitrites. Per USDA regulations, all product is to be labeled prior to leaving the building. While all meat processed here may be resold, Fauquier’s Finest offers a choice of either generic or private labeling. Generic labels have our name and the identity of the meat on each package. For a one time set-up fee, private labels include your farm name, identity of the meat and weights of each package. All meat processed is strictly for our customers, therefore there’s no threat for direct competition. Our goal is simply to provide you with a safe reliable service and a marketable end product.

FoodChain ID Group Inc. (Formerly Diversified Laboratories)

4150 Lafayette Center Drive Suite 600 Chantilly, VA 20151 USADiversified Laboratories offers screening services for pesticides, organophosphates, dioxin, and lipids.

George Washington University Center for the Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology

Science and Engineering Hall 800 22nd St NW, Suite 6000 Washington, DC 20052The Center for the Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology (CASHP) is a research center at the George Washington University. CASHP’s Mission is to undertake research that addresses fundamental problems in human evolution that cross disciplinary boundaries, to act as a catalyst for research involving scientists from other centers around the world, and to promote interdisciplinary research through training and education. CASHP brings together faculty from the Departments of Anthropology, Biology, Engineering and Applied Sciences, Forensic Science, Speech and Hearing Science, Philosophy, and Anatomy and Regenerative Biology at the George Washington University. CASHP is also closely linked with the Human Origins Program of the Smithsonian Institution, the College of Medicine at Howard University, Johns Hopkins University, and the Carnegie Institution of Washington. CASHP is home to the Human Paleobiology Graduate Program at the George Washington University.

George Washington University Animal Research Facility

Rice Hall 2121 I St NW Suite 601 Washington, DC 20052The Animal Research Facility (ARF) provides space, equipment, and care for laboratory animals used for research and teaching purposes. Various federal agencies and private research foundations regulate the use of vertebrate animals used or intended for use in research. Working closely with the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), ARF provides the highest standards of humane care and use of laboratory animals and assures compliance with University and federal regulations. They share responsibility to assure that the use of animals in research projects are necessary, that the investigator has included in the protocol measures to eliminate any unnecessary pain and discomfort to the animals, and that alternatives to the use of live animals have been considered.

Georgetown University Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center - Biacore Molecular Interaction Shared Resource (BMISR)

Research Building Room E312 Georgetown University Medical Center 3970 Reservoir Rd NW Washington, D.C. 20057-1469The Biacore Molecular Interaction Service (BMISR) is located in Research Building room E312 provides customized biomolecular analysis services to Georgetown University faculty and staff. The two Biacore machines in our facility utilize the Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) technology to study biomolecular binding events on a chip surface. The basic principle involves immobilization of a ligand on a sensor chip followed by delivery of an analyte by a microfluidic system. Any protein, DNA, RNA, lipid, carbohydrate, polysaccharide, cell, virus, drug, drug like molecule (organic or inorganic) can be used as the ligand or analyte. Since the detection system is based on measuring total mass on the sensor chip surface neither ligand nor analyte has to be tagged. In addition to identifying binding partners to a target molecule, SPR also provides quantitative data on: Specificity: How specific is the binding between two molecules? Concentration: How much of a given molecule is present and active? Kinetics: What is the rate of association and dissociation? Affinity: How strong is the binding?

Georgetown University Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center - Biacore Molecular Interaction Shared Resource (BMISR)

3970 Reservoir Rd NW Research Building Room E312 Washington, D.C., 20057-1469The Biacore Molecular Interaction Service (BMISR) is located in Research Building room E312 provides customized biomolecular analysis services to Georgetown University faculty and staff. The two Biacore machines in our facility utilize the Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) technology to study biomolecular binding events on a chip surface. The basic principle involves immobilization of a ligand on a sensor chip followed by delivery of an analyte by a microfluidic system. Any protein, DNA, RNA, lipid, carbohydrate, polysaccharide, cell, virus, drug, drug like molecule (organic or inorganic) can be used as the ligand or analyte. Since the detection system is based on measuring total mass on the sensor chip surface neither ligand nor analyte has to be tagged. In addition to identifying binding partners to a target molecule, SPR also provides quantitative data on: Specificity: How specific is the binding between two molecules? Concentration: How much of a given molecule is present and active? Kinetics: What is the rate of association and dissociation? Affinity: How strong is the binding?

Global Outcomes Group

11527 Maple Ridge Road Reston, VA, 20190 United StatesThe Global Outcomes Group delivers HEOR/RWE and medical writing, publication planning, data analytic services and digital/web creations for our bio/pharmaceutical and medical device clients. We bring together a unique set of skills: HEOR/RWE writing and communications, scientific and educational content across the range of disease and therapy areas in today’s healthcare ecosystem. We provide complete strategic and tactical publication planning, integrating HEOR and clinical elements into successful communications. As a full-service agency, we also deliver state-of-the art digital and web solutions for both internal and external teams. The Global Outcomes Group team understands the value of every project to shape product understanding and utilization and strive to provide clients with efficient service catered to individual needs. We provide our clients with customized and easily scalable, experienced delivery team. Our agency model allows us to seamlessly build your delivery team quickly with experienced HEOR and medical writers, editors, data analysts and biostatisticians.

Global Outcomes Group

11527 Maple Ridge Rd Suite 200 Reston, Virginia, 20190-3604 United StatesThe Global Outcomes Group delivers HEOR/RWE and medical writing, publication planning, data analytic services and digital/web creations for our bio/pharmaceutical and medical device clients. We bring together a unique set of skills: HEOR/RWE writing and communications, scientific and educational content across the range of disease and therapy areas in today’s healthcare ecosystem. We provide complete strategic and tactical publication planning, integrating HEOR and clinical elements into successful communications. As a full-service agency, we also deliver state-of-the art digital and web solutions for both internal and external teams. The Global Outcomes Group team understands the value of every project to shape product understanding and utilization and strive to provide clients with efficient service catered to individual needs. We provide our clients with customized and easily scalable, experienced delivery team. Our agency model allows us to seamlessly build your delivery team quickly with experienced HEOR and medical writers, editors, data analysts and biostatisticians.

George Washington University Cancer Institute

2030 M Street, NW, Suite 4003, Washington, DC 20036The George Washington University (GW) Cancer Institute is housed within the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS), founded in 1825 and led by Dr. Jeffrey Akman. More than 80 GW faculty from seven schools at GW, as well as external clinicians, researchers, national advocacy organizations, community-based organizations, FQHCs, patients, caregivers and the general public work with GWCI to achieve its mission. The vision of SMHS is to improve the health and well-being of our local, national and global communities and its mission is to teach, heal and discover. Founded in 2003, GW Cancer Institute’s vision aligns with that of SMHS: A cancer-free world and health care that is patient-centered, accessible and equitable. Our mission is to foster healthy communities, prepared patients, responsive health care professionals and supportive health care systems through applied cancer research, education, advocacy and translation of evidence to practice. GW Cancer Institute organizational values anchor our work: credibility, transparency, inclusivity, innovation and patient-centricity. We accomplish our mission by: Reaching out to the community in which we are located to raise awareness about cancer prevention, screening, and treatment and to offer access to care. The District of Columbia, where the GW Cancer Institute is located, is ranked highest in overall cancer mortality in the nation. Providing patient-centered support across the cancer continuum through patient navigation, patient education and post-treatment holistic care. Tracking cancer incidence and mortality locally, regionally, and nationally to study why certain cancers appear where they do as a first step toward prevention. Leading the way in the creation and implementation of survivorship programs for people with cancer. Catalyzing collaborative research to reduce cancer health disparities and improve survivor wellness.

George Mason University Center the Study of Chronic Metabolic and Rare Diseases

Manassa, VAThe Center for the Study of Chronic Metabolic and Rare Diseases (CSCMRD) employs Systems Biology perspective for functional analysis of diverse experimental data In particular, Center’s faculty are interested in the development of relevant biomarkers for longitudinal monitoring for patients with various kinds of illnesses, both multifactorial and genetically defined, and pathophysiological models that adequately describe these disease. Moreover, we a interested in overall metabolic sliding associated with ageing. The metabolic footprints of the body are amenable for correction, either with pharmacological interventions, or with the changes in lifestyle and diet. One of important goal of the center is to apply systems biology approaches to analyze available biological data collected using high-throughput platforms and to develop a set of user-friendly bioinformatics tools and comprehensive databases capturing clinical and experimental data. An intention for this set of tools is to assist in discovery of novel biomarkers and in design of targeted drugs with potential efficacy to treat human diseases, including the rare and orphan diseases. CSCMRD is a model of collaborative research that bridges the excellence in clinical care and research of Inova Fairfax Hospital with the excellence in basic/genomic research available at George Mason University. CSCMRD had established both local and global networks of collaboration including the Organization for Rare Diseases India founder Dr. Harsha Rajasimha and the ORDI’s US subsidiary in Fairfax VA. ORDI serves as an umbrella organization representing the collective voice of patients and other stakeholders of rare diseases in India. ORDI brings expertise and leadership in genomics, bioinformatics, information technology, patient advocacy, and public health policy for rare diseases research.

Government Scientific Source, Inc.

12351 Sunrise Valley Drive Reston, VA, 20191-3415 United StatesGovernment Scientific Source, Inc. (GSS) is the leading dedicated supplier of laboratory products and equipment to federal, state, and municipal government. Established in December 1991 as a Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB), our mission has always been to promote laboratory research and educational excellence by bringing the widest range of products in all commodity areas at the best negotiated prices through the largest number of procurement channels. GSS maintains multiple GSA federal supply schedules, IDIQ contracts, and customized B2B e-commerce platforms, to facilitate procurement administration and compliance.

George Washington University Institute for Neuroscience Biomarker Discovery and Analysis Core Facility

2300 Eye Street NW, Ross Hall Suite 640, Washington, DC 20037The GW Biomarker Discovery Facility provides resources for the detailed analysis of gene and protein expression in the nervous system and other services.

Genzyme Genetics

8300 Old Courthouse Road Suite 240 Vienna, VA 22182Genzyme Genetics offers immunophenotyping, oncology testing, and reproductive testing services.

George Mason University Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine

10920 George Mason Circle, Room 2043, MS 1A9 Manassas, Virginia 20110The Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine (CAPMM) was founded at George Mason University in 2005 and is co-directed by Lance Liotta, MD, PhD and Emanuel Petricoin III, PhD, innovators in the field of proteomics and personalized medicine. We are an academic research center within the College of Science, School of Systems Biology on the Prince William campus of George Mason University. Our biomedical research team consists of 15 scientists and 9 fellows from varied backgrounds and disciplines including medicine, biology, chemical and biomedical engineering, medical technology, and mathematics. Our research team strives to transform medical research through bench-to-bedside translational research in a variety of diseases including cancer (multiple myeloma, breast, brain, prostate, lung, ovarian skin and colorectal), neurodegenerative disease such as Alzheimer’s disease, traumatic brain injury, cardiovascular disease, liver and obesity disorders and infectious disease including sepsis and Lyme disease. CAPMM collaborates with regional, national and international scientists and physicians to design and implement innovative clinical research trials and diagnostic tests that may pave the way to earlier diagnosis, and individualized treatment of specific types of cancer and other diseases. Since our inception in 2005, the Center has generated 132 publications and 44 patent applications in the areas of cancer, nanotechnology, liver disease, Alzheimer’s disease, infectious disease, cardiovascular diseases and medical technologies. In addition, two biotechnology companies, Ceres Nanosciences, Inc. and Theranostics Health, Inc. have been founded based on CAPMM-developed technologies and related discoveries.

George Washington University Institute for Biomedical Sciences

2300 Eye Street, NW Ross Hall, Room 561 Washington, DC 20037The Institute for Biomedical Sciences (IBS) is the administrative and academic home for interdisciplinary Ph.D. training in the Biomedical Sciences. Established in 1996 to integrate our partner institutions, including the GW School of Medicine & Health Sciences, the Columbian College of Arts & Sciences and the Children’s National Health System, we bring together a wealth of teaching and research opportunities for the outstanding matriculating graduate student. The IBS has approximately 105 faculty members who participate in the three graduate programs in which the student may choose to earn a Ph.D. The IBS oversees a core curriculum and assists the student in navigating their first year of graduate training while he or she selects a Ph.D. Program and explores the research opportunities available for dissertation projects. After the student has chosen a Ph.D. Program, and has a program-specific academic advisor and research mentor, the role of the IBS becomes one of facilitation and integration. Our current student enrollment numbers approximately 60.

Granger Genetics

601 Biotech Drive Suite 301 Richmond, Virginia, 23235 United StatesGranger Genetics, LLC is a contract research organization and clinical reference laboratory with in depth experience in molecular/ microbiology/ immunochemistry/ DNA sequencing. Our lab is supervised by a PhD trained scientist and is experienced working within regulatory frameworks such as 21CFRpart 58 (GLP). Our staff works diligently to turn projects around quickly and provide professional reporting to the clients. Our team is used to providing research and development services to the biotechnology industry, academic institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and government agencies. Granger Genetics unique custom service platforms provide a multifaceted, integrated approach to research and project support. Our laboratory is staffed with scientists experienced in a variety of molecular detection methods including traditional culture based approaches, end point PCR, real time PCR, next generation sequencing (NGS) and Sanger sequencing services. Our team is experienced in working with RNA and DNA. Our next generation sequencing lab is equipped with an Ilumina HiSeq 2500, and multiple Ion Torrent PGM instruments. Our infrastructure is solid with a strong IT group supporting the process. We have a talented team of scientists backed by a strong quality assurance group to give you confidence in our results. Our company is well versed in supporting clinical trials and experienced with 21 CFR part 58 requirements. Our team has worked with multiple large, international pharmaceutical companies to support their clinical trials. We would like the opportunity to speak with you in more detail.

Genetic Immunity

8300 Greensboro Drive, Suite 800 McLean, VA 22102 USAGenetic Immunity offers development of immune therapies, pharmacology, and clinical manufacturing of a treatment for HIV/AIDS.

Genetic Immunity

McLean, VA United StatesGenetic Immunity offers development of immune therapies, pharmacology, and clinical manufacturing of a treatment for HIV/AIDS.

George Washington University The Autism & Neurodevelopmental (AND) Initiative

Rice Hall 2121 Eye Street NW Suite 601 Washington, DC 20052The mission of the AND Institute is to improve the lives and address the needs of adolescents and adults with autism as they transition into adulthood. AND Institute's affiliated GW faculty members demonstrate their interest through their research, lectures, presentations, clinical application, and publications concerning autism and/or neurodevelopmental disorders in the areas of (but not limited to): Transition services and training for adolescents and adults with autism and their families Epidemiology and cross‐cultural studies in autism and neurodevelopmental disorders Cognitive development, including executive function and comparative cognition Special education with a focus on autism and developmental disorders Educational and health policy issues, including screening, intervention, disparities, and financing Autism law, with GW currently offering the only autism-specific law course in the country Currently, the AND Institute has 100 affiliated GW faculty members representing six of our colleges: Columbian College of Arts & Sciences: Services GW School of Law: Autism Law Policy School of Nursing Graduate School of Education & Human Development: Educational Services and Policy School of Medicine & Health Sciences: Basic Science Research and Medical Services School of Public Health & Health Services: Population Health, Epidemiology and Health Policy

Georgetown University - Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center - Genomics & Epigenomics Shared Resource

10401 York River Road Fairfax, VA, 22030 United StatesAt Lombardi, we are proud of our balanced, comprehensive research expertise, spanning basic science, clinical translational research, and population science research

George Mason University Center for Neural Informatics, Structures and Plasticity (CN3)

Mail Stop 2A1 | Fairfax, Virginia 22030-4444The Center for Neural Informatics, Structures, and Plasticity (CN3) pursues fundamental breakthroughs in neuroscience by fostering neuroinformatic and computational approaches to neuroplasticity and neuroanatomy. By bringing together faculty expertise in these multiple disciplines, the Center provides opportunities for cross-training in neuroscience, psychology, and engineering, both at the graduate and postdoctoral levels. CN3 researchers investigate the relationship between brain structure, activity, and function from the subcellular to the network level, with a specific focus on the biophysical and biochemical mechanisms of learning and memory. In the long term, we seek to create large-scale, biologically plausible network models of entire portions of the mammalian brain, such as the hippocampus, to understand the neural circuits and cellular events underlying the expression, storage, and retrieval of associative memory.

George Mason University Center for Computational Fluid Dynamics

MS 4c7, Fairfax, Virginia 22030-4444CFD is the systematic application of computing systems and computational solution techniques to mathematical models formulated to describe and simulate fluid dynamic phenomena. CFD is part of computational mechanics, which in turn is part of simulation techniques. Simulation is used by engineers and physicists to forecast or reconstruct the behaviour of an engineering product or physical situation under assumed or measured boundary conditions (geometry, initial states, loads, etc.). A variety of reasons can be cited for the increased importance simulation techniques have achieved in recent years: Need to forecast performance Cost and/or impossibility of experiments The desire for increased insight Advances in computer speed and memory (1:10 every 5 years) Advances in solution algorithms The simulation of flows is accomplished by: Solving numerically partial differential equations (PDEs), Following the interaction of a large numbers of particles, or A combination of both. CFD, by its very nature, encompasses a variety of disciplines, which may be enumerated in the following order of importance: Engineering Physics Mathematics (classic and numerical analysis, discrete mathematics) Computer Science (algorithms, coding, software) Visualization Techniques User Community (benchmarking, documentation, teaching)

Global Genomics Group (G3)

737 North 5th St # 103 Richmond, VA 23219G3 is doing something different. We are shifting the conventional one dimensional look at biology and disease to a multi-dimensional approach, looking at disease from each angle. From your DNA, to how your DNA is expressed, to how disease develops and everything in between. By understanding biological networks, we are working towards the advancement of global human health.

George Washington University Institute for Biomedical Engineering

800 22nd ST, NW Suite 5830 Washington, DC 20052Biomedicalengineering (BME) is the application of engineering principles to solve problems in medicine and biology. Therefore, advances in medicine are often driven by advances in BME. Medical advances, in turn, motivate BME research and education. Advances in computer technology and medical imaging (CT, MRI, Ultrasound, etc.) have led to minimally-invasive image-guided procedures and the use of simulation for training and surgery planning. This has dramatically improved the patient outcome on complex surgical procedures. Advances in the use of computer and communication technology have led to telemedicine in which cost-effective quality health care is made available to remote locations where such care was previously unavailable. Advances in materials and the manufacturing of artificial organs and limbs have made iimprovements in the quality life for many patients. Neural engineering, bioinformatics, genomics, and gene therapy have broadened the scope of BME and are becoming ncreasingly important in the development of new technologies for healthcare. The recent creation of the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering as the newest of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is further evidence of the role that BME is playing in advancing health worldwide. At GW, we enjoy a number of unique advantages in the pursuit of a top-notch research and educational program in BME. We have first-rate medical and engineering schools. We are also in one of the most active locations for medically related activities, both for government (e.g., NIH) and the private sector (the I-270 corridor). The GW Board of Trustees and the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs have recognized the vital role of BME and the academic excellence at GW and have chosen GWIBE as one of the original seven centers University-wide to make major strategic investments.

George Mason University NCBID Biomedical Research Laboratory

10650 Pyramid Place, MS 1J5 Manassas, VA 20110George Mason University's Biomedical Research Laboratory (BRL) constructed with the support and involvement of the National Institutes of Health, plays a critical role in advancing research related to infectious diseases. The BRL supports research programs in the National Center for Biodefense and Infectious Diseases focusing on host response using proteomics and nanotechnology as they are applied to diagnostic, therapeutic, and vaccine development. The BRL is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to house multiple animal species, from rodents to nonhuman primates. A wide array of animal model developments are ongoing at the BRL with an emphasis on aerosol exposure. The agents of study include, but are not limited to, Francisella tularensis, Yersinia pestis, Bacillus anthracis, Burkholderia, Influenza virus, Rift Valley Fever virus, Dengue virus, and encephalitic alphaviruses (Venezuelan, Eastern, and Western equine encephalitis viruses).

Glen Research

22825 Davis Dr. Sterling, VA 20164 USAGlen Research is the recognized leader providing the most comprehensive range of reagents for synthesis of DNA and RNA oligonucleotides at the highest yield and quality - the first time and every time. For more than 30 years, Glen Research has been providing key products for oligonucleotide synthesis including phosphoramidites and supports, modifiers, and oligonucleotide purification.

George Washington University Nanofabrication and Imaging Center

Science and Engineering Hall 800 22nd St NW Washington, DC 20052The George Washington University (GW) Nanofabrication and Imaging Center (GWNIC) integrates cutting-edge instrumentation and customized support services for imaging, elemental analysis, materials characterization, measurement and fabrication. In addition to the GW community, GWNIC is available for external academic, industrial and governmental researchers. Centrally-Located Facilities GWNIC’s nanofabrication suite and one of its imaging suites are Core Lab Facilities in GW’s new Science and Engineering Hall (SEH), the largest academic building dedicated to these fields in the nation's capital. GW formally opened SEH, a $275 million, 500,000-square-foot building, on March 4, 2015. GW’s investment in SEH and GWNIC reflect the university’s commitment to fostering innovation through cross-disciplinary collaboration. Ross Hall, home to GW's School of Medicine and Health Sciences, houses a second GWNIC imaging suite. Renovated in 2013, this 1,500 square foot facility has its own: lab bench space microsurgery lab biosafety hood Vibratome for sectioning cell culture incubator

George Washington University Computational Biology Institute

Innovation Hall 45085 University Drive Suite 305 Ashburn, VA 20147 USThe Computational Biology Institute (CBI) at the George Washington University (GW) is an interdisciplinary effort building on GW’s strengths in life sciences and computational science, in addition to the wealth of research centers in the Washington, DC-area. By bringing together GW experts and scholars from partner institutions, CBI will provide cutting edge research, enable broad educational activities in computational biology and provide computational biology services to university researchers and public and private partners.

George Mason University COS The MicroBiome Analysis Center

PW-OB 426 Prince William, VAThe MicroBiome Analysis Center (MBAC) resides within the College of Science at George Mason University and supports collaborative research in the fields of Molecular Ecology, Microbial Ecology, Molecular Evolution, and Biomedical Sciences. One focus of MBAC research is the study of dysbiosis of the microbial communities (microbiomes) that reside in the human gut, mouth, urogenital, and respiratory tracts, to model the homeostatic interactions between microbiome function and human-derived gene expression. We define these functions and interactions as the “metabiome” and this represents an example where biological data and computational tools are brought together in the multidisciplinary field called Systems Biology. It has now become apparent that the human microbiome is implicated in social behavior, reproduction, growth, cognition, as well as many diseases. The human microbiome is an integral component of the human ecosystem and is a major driver of the system. In fact, one could even say that the human host is there merely to propagate the “selfish microbiome.” We also are participating in numerous studies on population genetics, molecular systematics, and conservation genetics using NextGen sequencing technology. Emerging themes are the use of environmental DNA (eDNA) in the broad interrogation of vertebrate diversity in specific ecological niches and the use of Laser capture microdissection and in situ hybridization allow us to visualize where microbes reside in cells and tissues and evaluate their health effects.

George Washington University The Ronald Reagan Institute of Emergency Medicine

2120 L Street NW, Suite 450, Washington, D.C. 20037The Ronald Reagan Institute of Emergency Medicine at The George Washington University was established in 1991, in recognition of the tremendous growth of Emergency Medicine at GW and to recognize the Emergency Department’s role in saving the life of President Reagan after the 1981 assassination attempt. The Reagan Institute’s mission is to improve emergency care, education, training, and consultative support. Key initiatives of the Reagan Institute include Injury Prevention and Control, the medical aspects of disaster planning, preparedness and response, and the enhancement of emergency medical services throughout the world.

Gorilla Scientific

14689 Lee Highway Gainesville, VA, 20155 United States

Gen-Diagnostics, Inc.

883 Norfolk Square Norfolk, VA 23502

Hampton University

100 E. Queen St. Hampton, VA 23668Other universities simply teach history. Hampton University puts you right in the middle of it. Because, as you'll soon discover, you're not just a part of Hampton University - Hampton University is a part of you. While our roots reach deep into the history of this nation and the African-American experience, our sights – like yours – are set squarely on the horizons of the global community of the 21st century. Rich in history, steeped in tradition, Hampton University is a dynamic, progressive institution of higher education, providing a broad range of technical, liberal arts, and graduate degree programs. In addition to being one of the top historically black universities in the world, Hampton University is a tightly-knit community of learners and educators, representing 49 states and 35 territories and nations. Hampton University is nestled along the banks of the Virginia Peninsula, near the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. The surrounding city of Hampton features a wide array of business and industrial enterprises, retail and residential areas, historical sites, and miles of waterfront and beaches. Attractions such as Fort Monroe, NASA Langley Research Center, and the Virginia Air and Space Center add to the splendor – and just plain fun – of the HU campus.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute - Sternson Lab

19700 Helix Drive | Ashburn, VA 20147

Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Affairs Medical Center

1201 Broad Rock Blvd. Richmond, VA 23249Since 1946, the Richmond VAMC has been 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 more than 200,000 veterans coming from 52 cities and counties covering 22,515 miles of central and southern Virginia and parts of northern North Carolina. VHA Mission Statement Honor America's Veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being. VHA Vision Statement VHA will continue to be the benchmark of excellence and value in health care and benefits by providing exemplary services that are both patient centered and evidence based. This care will be delivered by engaged, collaborative teams in an integrated environment that supports learning, discovery and continuous improvement. It will emphasize prevention and population health and contribute to the nation's well-being through education, research and service in National emergencies.

Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Affairs Medical Center

1201 Broad Rock Blvd. Rihcmond, VA, 23249 United StatesSince 1946, the Richmond VAMC has been 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 more than 200,000 veterans coming from 52 cities and counties covering 22,515 miles of central and southern Virginia and parts of northern North Carolina. VHA Mission Statement Honor America's Veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being. VHA Vision Statement VHA will continue to be the benchmark of excellence and value in health care and benefits by providing exemplary services that are both patient centered and evidence based. This care will be delivered by engaged, collaborative teams in an integrated environment that supports learning, discovery and continuous improvement. It will emphasize prevention and population health and contribute to the nation's well-being through education, research and service in National emergencies.

HalioDX

737 North 5th Street Richmond, VA, 23219 United StatesThanks to the pioneering work of Jérôme Galon, HalioDx provides a unique range of immune scoring solutions based on the analysis and the understanding of the immune contexture of tumor, a key determinant of patients’ outcomes and response to cancer treatment. Conducted in a Research or GCP/GCLP environment, the HalioDx Clinical Research tests are now part of cancer Immunogram, a multi-parameter approach that offers a personalized and dynamic “fingerprint” of tumor-immune system interaction. HalioDx has an experienced team of more than 140 employees, a CLIA-certified laboratory and compliant facilities to develop, manufacture, register and market in vitro diagnostic (IVD) products. HalioDx executes biomarker studies and companion diagnostic assay development in conformity with regulations and in partnership with biopharmaceutical companies.

HemoShear

1115 5th Street SW Charlottesville, VA 22902 USAHemoShear conducts proof of concept studies with their proprietary technology to recreate animal systems.

HSRL (dba StageBio)

5930 Main St Mount Jackson, VA, 22842 United StatesStageBio provides necropsy, histology, veterinary pathology evaluation, immunohistochemistry, neuropathology, medical device, morphometry, whole slide scanning and archiving outsourcing support to the drug discovery companies. We work with a variety of species including: hamsters, mice, rats, ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits, dogs, pigs, sheep and non-human primates.

HSRL (dba StageBio)

5930 Main Street Mount Jackson, VA, 22842 United StatesStageBio provides necropsy, histology, veterinary pathology evaluation, immunohistochemistry, neuropathology, medical device, morphometry, whole slide scanning and archiving outsourcing support to the drug discovery companies. We work with a variety of species including: hamsters, mice, rats, ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits, dogs, pigs, sheep and non-human primates.

HSRL (dba StageBio)

5930 Main Street Mount Jackson, VA, 22842 United StatesStageBio provides necropsy, histology, veterinary pathology evaluation, immunohistochemistry, neuropathology, medical device, morphometry, whole slide scanning and archiving outsourcing support to the drug discovery companies. We work with a variety of species including: hamsters, mice, rats, ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits, dogs, pigs, sheep and non-human primates.

HSRL (dba StageBio)

5930 Main Street Attn: Craig Zook Mount Jackson, VA, 22842 United StatesStageBio provides necropsy, histology, veterinary pathology evaluation, immunohistochemistry, neuropathology, medical device, morphometry, whole slide scanning and archiving outsourcing support to the drug discovery companies. We work with a variety of species including: hamsters, mice, rats, ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits, dogs, pigs, sheep and non-human primates.

HSRL (dba StageBio)

5930 Main Street Mount Jackson, VA, 22842 United StatesStageBio provides necropsy, histology, veterinary pathology evaluation, immunohistochemistry, neuropathology, medical device, morphometry, whole slide scanning and archiving outsourcing support to the drug discovery companies. We work with a variety of species including: hamsters, mice, rats, ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits, dogs, pigs, sheep and non-human primates.

ImmunoTox

Richmond, VA, USAImmunotox offers services that measure humoral, cell-mediated and innate immunity in addition to an array of immune cell functional assays and ELISAs, host resistance assays and hypersensitivity and autoimmune models.

ImmunoTox

Richmond, VA United StatesImmunotox offers services that measure humoral, cell-mediated and innate immunity in addition to an array of immune cell functional assays and ELISAs, host resistance assays and hypersensitivity and autoimmune models.

Immudex

4031 University Drive Suite 100 Fairfax, VA, 22030 United StatesImmudex provides MHC Dextramers for the monitoring of antigen-specific T cells. Under an agreement with the US Cancer Immunotherapy Consortium (CIC) and the European Cancer Immunotherapy Consortium (CIMT), Immudex also provides MHC Multimer and Elispot proficiency panel services worldwide. Immudex’s MHC Dextramer® products are utilized for the quantification or sorting of antigen-specific T cells in life science research, in vitro diagnostics, as well as the development of immunotherapeutics and vaccines. The primary focus is research-use-only products for the immune monitoring of immunotherapy development, and monitoring of CMV cellular immunity in transplant and other immune-deficient patients. In Europe, the CE-marked Dextramer CMV Kit is approved for in vitro diagnostic use, for the quantification of CMV-specific T cells. Our soon-to-be released DNA tagged Dextramer reagents enable massive multiplexing of antigen-specific T cell detection. To date we have achieved quantitation of over 1000 CD8 T cell specificities in a single, small blood sample. To find out more about how Immudex is improving immune monitoring and enabling better treatment decisions please visit us at www.immudex.com. To learn more about proficiency panel participation email proficiencypanel@immudex.com

Industrial Commodities

4134 Innslake Drive Glen Allen, VA 23060 USAIndustrial Commodities distributes quality food ingredients to customers across the United States.

Insight Genomics

6312 Seven Corners Center Suite 324 Falls Church, VA 22044 USAInsight Genomics supplies antibodies, cytokines, growth factors, and various kits to support western blotting, antibody purification, and IHC.

Inorganic Ventures

300 Technology Drive Christiansburg, VA 24073Inorganic Ventures offers inorganic and custom reference standards for purchase.

Imgen Technologies

312 S Washington St #3e Alexandria, VA , 22314 United StatesImgen Technologies is the leading manufacturer representative group in the East Coast for laboratory equipment, reagents, and custom services. We handle sales and support for innovative life science product and service manufacturers. With a combination of equipment, reagents, kits, and custom services, we always have a cutting edge product for the research scientist. Our current territory is NY south to NC. We visit all the major academic, government, and industrial accounts routinely. Imgen has been in business for over 15 years and we have developed a very deep understanding of our customer base. Through the combination of companies that we represent and our history, we have excellent penetration into accounts. Our marketing includes cold calling, local product shows, mail box stuffing, emails, and telephone campaigns. A key to our success has been a small but effective portfolio of companies to represent. We have been the #1 rep group for a number of years for many of our vendors. We pride ourselves on developing good long term relationships with our customers and our vendors. Each and every vendor should feel that we are their employees working in the field as their first line of contact with the customer. We constantly strive to stay technically superior. We learn our products inside and out and are able to operate in the territory without much help from the vendors.

Insight Therapeutics

150 Boush St Suite 1005 Norfolk, VA, 23510 United States Insight Therapeutics, LLC, located in Norfolk, Virginia, is a clinical research and specialty contract research organization. We work collaboratively with academic institutions and industry stakeholders to produce meaningful, real-world evidence that advances scientific knowledge of older adults leading to improved quality of life. Over the 25 years we have been in business, we have created a network of nursing homes in which we have conducted research for epidemiologic studies, randomized-controlled trials of individual residents, and pragmatic, cluster-randomized studies leading to real world evidence. In addition, we have developed clinical tools, including health management plans, for nursing home stakeholder groups spanning the major geriatric syndromes.

James Madison University

800 SOUTH MAIN STREET HARRISONBURG, VA 22807It's not just a slogan. It is Madison — a living, evolving university where change is the status quo. Equipped with the power that knowledge gives, JMU students, faculty and alumni work toward a brighter future in nearly every sector of global society. We expand the world's knowledge through innovative and cutting-edge research, widely available to our undergraduates. We explore new worlds through global-centric perspectives and study abroad programs. We devise new ways to generate prosperity. We help those struggling with disease, poverty, handicaps or lack of opportunity through science, education and service. With the mentoring of faculty whose first love is teaching, we help students fulfill their destinies. JMU offers each student a future of significance — not an education of mere prestige, but an extraordinary education of exceptional scholarship, inventive thinking, unparalleled attention to the world community, a university-wide enthusiasm for teaching, and a commitment to student success. And our alumni continue to demonstrate the unrestrained liberty of individuals to use their acquired knowledge to transform the world.

James Madison University

800 South Main Street Harrisonburg, VA, 22807 United StatesIt's not just a slogan. It is Madison — a living, evolving university where change is the status quo. Equipped with the power that knowledge gives, JMU students, faculty and alumni work toward a brighter future in nearly every sector of global society. We expand the world's knowledge through innovative and cutting-edge research, widely available to our undergraduates. We explore new worlds through global-centric perspectives and study abroad programs. We devise new ways to generate prosperity. We help those struggling with disease, poverty, handicaps or lack of opportunity through science, education and service. With the mentoring of faculty whose first love is teaching, we help students fulfill their destinies. JMU offers each student a future of significance — not an education of mere prestige, but an extraordinary education of exceptional scholarship, inventive thinking, unparalleled attention to the world community, a university-wide enthusiasm for teaching, and a commitment to student success. And our alumni continue to demonstrate the unrestrained liberty of individuals to use their acquired knowledge to transform the world.

James R. Reed and Associates

770 Pilot House Drive Newport News, VA 23606 USAJames R. Reed and Associates offers environmental testing services including analysis of water, microorganisms, and hazardous waste.

Kinnakeet Biotechnology

2336 Colony Crossing Place Midlothian VA 23112 USAKinnakeet Biotechnology provides protein expression, purification services, baculovirus expression.

Kroll Ontrack Inc.

11440 Commerce Park Drive, Suite 501 Reston, VA 20191

Leidos Health

11951 Freedom Drive Reston, VA 20190We are Leidos Health. Uniting more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, Leidos Health was formed in 2013 when SAIC, Vitalize Consulting Solutions, and maxIT Healthcare joined forces to create one of the most experienced health information technology consulting firms in North America. Now Leidos Health brings this shared expertise to its clients. At Leidos Health, helping clients improve care and lower costs is at the heart of what we do – and our formula to enhance healthcare is simple: Fuse some of the world’s most advanced technologies with the brightest minds in consulting, science and research. Discover the Many Perspectives of Leidos Health Implementation: We have experience across all major vendor EHR systems. Our clinical, financial, and technical subject matter experts provide assistance at any phase of an implementation project including planning, design, build, test, and training, and bring methodologies, best practices, and unique insights. We can also provide dedicated resources to help manage operational and legacy systems, as well as plan and support go-live projects. Optimization: With proven methodologies and deep domain expertise, we can help you get the most from their EHR systems through a focus on clinical workflows, revenue cycle, technology and analytics. Our experts help streamline workflows, improve adoption, reduce operational costs, make better use of technology, access and understand data, and meet regulatory reporting needs. Interoperability: We can help your health IT systems speak the same language, and help make you’re your organization data-driven. Our specialists provide a combination of EHR system expertise, standards-based knowledge, and systems integration experience to ensure your systems are able to share information seamlessly and securely. Our solutions help support timely access to health information, facilitating collaborative care, chronic disease treatment, and public health surveillance. Cybersecurity: The question isn’t if, but when a security breach will impact an organization. We apply decades of national security and health IT expertise to help strengthen enterprises against cyberattacks. Through continuous monitoring, we can identify threats and quickly resolve potential issues. Our comprehensive security services allow customers to maintain the confidentiality, integrity and availability of critical IT systems and data, meet compliance mandates, and operate securely in an increasingly targeted healthcare environment. Federal Health IT: Leidos has a long history of success and innovation supporting health-focused programs within the federal government, including the Departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and Health and Human Services. Examples of our services to these agencies and others include: electronic health records (EHRs) / systems integration, health analytics, interoperability, cybersecurity, infrastructure and IT support, software development, grants management, emergency preparedness and response, behavioral health research and outreach, human performance research, and nurse advice line. For more information on our Federal Health services, visit www.leidos.com/health.

Lynchburg College

1501 Lakeside Drive Lynchburg, VA 24501-3113Lynchburg College is a private, independent, residential college located on 250 beautiful acres in central Virginia. The student body numbers 2,800 undergraduate and graduate students. LC offers 40 undergraduate majors, 57 minors, 13 pre-professional programs, and 18 graduate degrees, all supported by a strong liberal arts foundation.

Lynchburg College

1501 Lakeside Dr, Lynchburg, , VA , 24501 United StatesLynchburg College is a private, independent, residential college located on 250 beautiful acres in central Virginia. The student body numbers 2,800 undergraduate and graduate students. LC offers 40 undergraduate majors, 57 minors, 13 pre-professional programs, and 18 graduate degrees, all supported by a strong liberal arts foundation.

Lluminari

300 Water StreetLluminari provides consulting services for healthier products.

Logos Biosystems, Inc.

7700 Little River Turnpike, Suite 207, Annandale, VA 22003, USALogos Biosystems is dedicated to the development and commercialization of innovative technologies to support the life science research community. Since its founding in 2008, Logos Biosystems has been developing a series of automated systems and imaging instruments for laboratories engaging in research with a cellular and molecular emphasis. Our mission is to provide innovative research solutions for scientists.

LifeNet Health

1864 Concert Dr Virginia Beach, VA, 23453 United StatesChanging Science. Accelerating Discovery. Optimizing Outcomes. LifeNet Health LifeSciences leads the way in human in vitro biology for both non-diseased and diseased research needs. LifeNet Health LifeSciences combines innovative, technology-driven research and development programs to create human tissue and cell-based research products and services. Your partner in advancing health with the gift of life, our highly skilled team comprises decades of human in vitro biology expertise. With over 100 publications and patents, our scientists leverage their experience to provide state-of-the art solutions to the most pressing therapeutic challenges. LifeNet Health LifeSciences focuses on solutions that leverage our transplant infrastructure: • Dedicated quality standards and protocols that maintain the integrity of tissues and cells • Extensive inventory supporting a wide variety of applications • Comprehensive Certificate of Analysis eliminating unknown donor variables • Donor-matched healthy and diseased tissues and cells Saving Lives. Restoring Health. Giving Hope. LifeNet Health is a non-profit global leader in regenerative medicine and the world's largest provider of allograft bio-implants and organs for transplantation. Since 1982, LifeNet Health has helped to save lives, restore health and give hope to thousands of patients each year.

Lighthouse Instruments, LLC

2020 Avon Court Charlottesville, VA, 22902 United StatesLighthouse Instruments is the leading supplier of laser-based headspace analysis products. Our systems will accurately and rapidly measure the headspace oxygen, carbon dioxide, moisture and total pressure in sealed pharmaceutical containers. We can help your team develop, validate and implement non-destructive test methods for leak detection that meet the USP<1207> requirements, water activity measurements that meet the USP<922> requirements, and method validation that meet the ICHQ2R1 requirements.

Matrix Laboratories Limited

1-1-151/1, 4th FloorMatrix Laboratories Limited offers API, solid oral dosage forms, and custom manufacturing services.

Mimotopes

8110 westbury drive United States richmond, VA, 23229 United StatesMimotopes offers peptide synthesis and related products such antibody (polyclonal and monoclonal) services, including peptide library construction and constriction of chemically-modified and non-standard amino acids and peptides.

Microbac Laboratories

2028 Dabney RoadMicrobac 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

538 Wythe Creek Rd., Ste. BMicrobac 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.

MetabAxis Laboratories

601 Biotech Dr. Suite 160 Richmond, VA, 23235 United StatesMetabaxis is a full service preclinical CRO and veterinary diagnostic service company. We specialize in multiple DIO models at the axis of metabolic syndrome, obesity, diabetes, and gut health. We are the new home for the DIAMOND, PNPLA3 DIAMOND, and GAN DIAMOND mice. We offer preclinical project management and expertise in all aspects of metabolic syndrome for companies of any size, who are looking to reduce costs in drug discovery. We also offer outsourced vivarium space for academics and start-up biotechnology companies in the mid-Atlantic region. We are dedicated to the Virginia veterinary and academic community and offer veterinary diagnostic services at competitive pricing. Samples can be dropped off, picked-up, or mailed to our lab.

MetabAxis Laboratories

601 Biotech Dr. Suite 160 Richmond, VA, 23235 United StatesMetabaxis is a full service preclinical CRO and veterinary diagnostic service company. We specialize in multiple DIO models at the axis of metabolic syndrome, obesity, diabetes, and gut health. We are the new home for the DIAMOND, PNPLA3 DIAMOND, and GAN DIAMOND mice. We offer preclinical project management and expertise in all aspects of metabolic syndrome for companies of any size, who are looking to reduce costs in drug discovery. We also offer outsourced vivarium space for academics and start-up biotechnology companies in the mid-Atlantic region. We are dedicated to the Virginia veterinary and academic community and offer veterinary diagnostic services at competitive pricing. Samples can be dropped off, picked-up, or mailed to our lab.

Microbial Developments Limited

Spring Lane NorthMicrobial Developments Limited offers fermentation, separation, freeze drying, and manufacturing products and services.

MDS Nordion

447 March Rd.MDS Nordion provides molecular imaging services, discovery, labeling, and clinical services.

Mary Baldwin College

PO Box 1500 | Staunton, VA 24402At Mary Baldwin, the proven advantages of a women’s college meet the varied opportunities of a small, coed university. You’ll experience an education that is not only tailored to your goals and individual strengths, but also relevant and enhanced by meaningful hands-on experiences. You’ll find a world of possibility. A belief in student potential and in the transformative power of the liberal arts and sciences has guided the college since its founding as Augusta Female Seminary in 1842. This history continues today with students who dare to make a difference, engage in service to their communities, and boldly initiate change in our backyard and around the world.

Mary Baldwin College

PO Box 1500 Staunton, , VA , 24402 United StatesAt Mary Baldwin, the proven advantages of a women’s college meet the varied opportunities of a small, coed university. You’ll experience an education that is not only tailored to your goals and individual strengths, but also relevant and enhanced by meaningful hands-on experiences. You’ll find a world of possibility. A belief in student potential and in the transformative power of the liberal arts and sciences has guided the college since its founding as Augusta Female Seminary in 1842. This history continues today with students who dare to make a difference, engage in service to their communities, and boldly initiate change in our backyard and around the world.

Mediatech

9345 Discovery BlvdMediatech manufactures and supplies cell culture and molecular biology reagents to academic and government research facilities as well as biotechnology companies.

Micron Technologies

Crossways Blvd.Micron Technologies provides particle size reduction services, engineering services and analytical services.

Microbiotest

Sterling, VA United StatesMicrobiotest provides antimicrobial efficacy testing.

Medasource

1900 Gallows Rd #240 Vienna, VA, 22182 United StatesMedasource is a national healthcare and life sciences professional services organization. We support the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, and Medical Device industries by providing medical, scientific, and analytical expertise and consulting services. Our robust consultant network and active sourcing model is built to support critical functions across R&D, Medical Affairs, and Regulatory.

Novacta

Broadwater RoadNovacta Biosystems provides natural product and metabolite synthesis services.

Noldus Information Technology

1503 Edwards Ferry RoadNoldus Information Technology develops software and technology in the application of tracking animal behavior.

Nutritional Immunology and Molecular Medicine Laboratory (NIMML)

Washington Street, 0477 Blacksburg, VA 24061 USANutritional Immunology and Molecular Medicine Laboratory (NIMML) of the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute offers preclinical mouse and swine models for inflammatory bowel disease, influenza, and gastrointestinal disease studies in addition to clinical development services.

Nanoscience Instrument

5845 Richmond Highway Alexandria, VA, 22303 United States

Old Dominion University

Norfolk, VA 23529Old Dominion University, located in the City of Norfolk in the metropolitan Hampton Roads region of coastal Virginia, is a dynamic public research institution that serves its students and enriches the Commonwealth of Virginia, the nation and the world through rigorous academic programs, strategic partnerships, and active civic engagement.

Old Dominion University

Norfolk,, VA, 23529 United StatesOld Dominion University, located in the City of Norfolk in the metropolitan Hampton Roads region of coastal Virginia, is a dynamic public research institution that serves its students and enriches the Commonwealth of Virginia, the nation and the world through rigorous academic programs, strategic partnerships, and active civic engagement.

Propharma Group

1129 20th St NW #600 Washington, District of Columbia, 20036 United StatesProPharma Group is a global, independent, single-source provider of regulatory, compliance, pharmacovigilance, and medical information services serving pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies. With our mission to improve the health and safety of patients, we are focused on delivering the highest quality of services throughout the full product lifecycle. Our staff has an array of expertise to expand your capacity and capabilities, and draws from their vast knowledge base to custom tailor solutions unique to your project needs.

Prince Edward County Cannery & Commercial Kitchen

7916 Abilene Road Farmville, VA, 23901 United StatesThe Prince Edward County Cannery has been in operation for home canning since 1975 and is located at 7916 Abilene Road near Hampden-Sydney College. Effective 2010, and with grant funding from the Virginia Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission, the Prince Edward Cannery has been retrofitted to become the Prince Edward Cannery and Commercial Kitchen. This allows Commercial Businesses access to the facility, ultimately promoting local food processing in the region. Virginia Food Works manages the Cannery, providing information and supervision to whatever extent that a client may need.

Pharmalex

9302 Lee Highway Suite 700 Fairfax, VA, 22031 United StatesPharmaLex is a leading provider of specialized services for the pharma, biotech and medical device industries. We guide you from early strategic planning activities and non-clinical requirements through clinical development, regulatory submission processes and post-approval / maintenance post-launch activities. Our experts use technology-enabled solutions to support you through the entire product lifecycle. We deliver exceptional results — going above and beyond the standard to deliver tailor-made solutions worldwide.

PurSolutions LLC

1203 River Vista Ave Charlottesville, VA, 22901 United StatesPurSolutions provides premium quality cytoskeletal proteins as easily accessible reagents to researchers in the pharmaceutical, industrial, and academic sectors. We offer a focused product line of tubulin and actin proteins, as well as custom services in protein labeling and centrifugation. Because tubulin and actin are central to a number of basic cellular processes and human diseases (including cancers and neurodegenerative disorders), our products and services are utilized across many basic science and clinical research applications including drug discovery, structural biology, and high-throughput screening. Moreover, tubulin and actin are being implemented in recent nanotechnology innovations for their ability to self-assemble into higher order filaments. We serve these disciplines by delivering highly pure, active, and consistent reagents for research use. Unlike other suppliers, we have a strong command over product quality because of our customized manufacturing facility and Six Sigma strategy. And with a commitment to customer satisfaction, you can expect accurate and timely delivery of the reagents needed to push your research program forward.

Pharmaceutical Product Development (PPD)

2244 Dabney Road Richmond, VA 23230-3323 United StatesPPD offers central lab services, bioanalytical services, biomarker discovery services, assay development services, cGMP analytical services, CMC consulting, and pharmacology services.

ProRelix Research

5765-F, Burke Center Parkway, # 341, Burke Virginia, Virginia, 22015 United StatesSince 2014 ProRelix Research has been supporting our clients with outstanding clinical research services. The successful growth of ProRelix Research has been achieved by putting high quality and client focus at the heart of everything we do. We leverage our experience and expertise at the early stages of discussions with our clients to freely advise them on the optimal project plan. We then reach decision with each client on the scope of service, timelines and budget. ProRelix Research then commits to deliver those services on time and within budget – according to our End-to-End Guarantee. Our commitment to guaranteed delivery is unique in the clinical research environment which is otherwise notable for the routine occurrence of delays and cost overruns. Acting through Pharmaceutical, Medical Device Research teams, and with a comprehensive portfolio of services, we offer a flexible approach to ensure ProRelix Research optimally support the unique needs of each client. This could mean providing regulatory consultancy to a small company at the early stages of development programme, through to provision of full services to a company performing an international mega trial to support registration of their product. Whatever the size and scope of the project, each receives the same level of attention to detail and commitment to delivery of a high quality service within budget and to timelines agreed.

Polestar Technologies

2121 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 225Polestar Technologies provides manufacture and development of optical sensors for research and testing purposes.

Polestar Technologies

220 Reservoir StreetPolestar Technologies provides manufacture and development of optical sensors for research and testing purposes.

Peptide 2.0

4410 Brookfield Corporate Drive #223983 Chantilly, VA , 20153-3983 United States

Parexel

5870 Trinity ParkwayParexel 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.

Parabolic Drugs Ltd.

SCO 99-100, Level III & IV, Sector 17-B, Chandigarh, 160017 IndiaParabolic Drugs Limited provides integrated R&D support that covers literature search, custom synthesis, scale up for preclinical / clinical research and commercial manufacturing of API and Intermediates.

Priority One Services

6600 Fleet Drive Alexandria, Virginia, 22310 United StatesPriority One Services provides facility management, animal care and research support.

Pneumolabs

Fairfax HousePneumolabs offers in vitro and in vivo models to study asthma, lung inflammation, COPD and cough.

Pure Strategies

2634 Wild Cherry Place Reston, VA 20191 USAPure Strategies offers consulting expertise in areas of product design to improve environmental and social performances.

Pure Strategies

Reston, VA United StatesPure Strategies offers consulting expertise in areas of product design to improve environmental and social performances.

Queen & Associates LLC

514 North 25th Street Richmond, VA, 23223 United StatesLeadership is about people. People engaged in their work and personal development People motivated in achieving strategic goals People as part of highly productive teams People breaking down silos to enable collaboration People creating cultures of innovation and agility Q&A is your strategic business partner helping your leaders, teams and organization achieve the results you want. We work to understand your goals and collaborate with you to develop leaders who will create and realize your strategic vision.

Queen & Associates LLC

514 North 25th Street United States Richmond, Virginia, 23223 United StatesLeadership is about people. People engaged in their work and personal development People motivated in achieving strategic goals People as part of highly productive teams People breaking down silos to enable collaboration People creating cultures of innovation and agility Q&A is your strategic business partner helping your leaders, teams and organization achieve the results you want. We work to understand your goals and collaborate with you to develop leaders who will create and realize your strategic vision.

ResourcePath

45945 Trefoil Lane Sterling, VA, 20166 United StatesResourcePath, LLC is a woman-owned, small business (WOSB) start-up company that specializes in providing anatomic pathology and molecular diagnostic services to clients. Our team of pathologists, scientists, and public health professionals are experienced in human subjects research, anatomic and clinical pathology, molecular biology, laboratory medicine, linkage analysis, and cancer research, including epidemiology studies. If you need pathologist review for your clinical or preclinical trials, companion diagnostics or companion biomarkers, give us a call. Our facilities consist of approximately 5000 square feet of laboratory and office space located in Sterling, VA.

ResourcePath

45945 TREFOIL LN STE 175 United States STERLING, VA, 20166-4344 United StatesResourcePath, LLC is a woman-owned, small business (WOSB) start-up company that specializes in providing anatomic pathology and molecular diagnostic services to clients. Our team of pathologists, scientists, and public health professionals are experienced in human subjects research, anatomic and clinical pathology, molecular biology, laboratory medicine, linkage analysis, and cancer research, including epidemiology studies. If you need pathologist review for your clinical or preclinical trials, companion diagnostics or companion biomarkers, give us a call. Our facilities consist of approximately 5000 square feet of laboratory and office space located in Sterling, VA.

Rubix LS

8609 Westwood Center Drive Vienna, VA, 22182 United StatesRubix LS primary goal is to eradicate rare diseases. We do this through transformative research & development, breakthroughs in engineering, and life-altering products through sustainable development engineering. We take pride in partnering with like-minded, influential organizations focused on the same ideals, and source world-class talent to help support their efforts.

Randolph-Macon College

114 College Avenue, Ashland VA. 23005-5505R-MC enrolls nearly 1,400 undergraduate students, who pursue their academic paths in 54 areas of study (including majors, minors, pre-professional programs and other areas). Randolph-Macon has a longstanding reputation for giving our students an “edge.” R-MC integrates an outstanding liberal arts education and success strategies taught by extraordinary faculty mentors with a four year career preparation program called The Edge. Dedicated staff in The Edge Career Center, in concert with our faculty, work with students to develop a personalized Career Roadmap that provides them with a competitive advantage with their careers and when applying to graduate school.

Randolph-Macon College

114 College Avenue, Ashland , VA. , 23005-5505 United StatesR-MC enrolls nearly 1,400 undergraduate students, who pursue their academic paths in 54 areas of study (including majors, minors, pre-professional programs and other areas). Randolph-Macon has a longstanding reputation for giving our students an “edge.” R-MC integrates an outstanding liberal arts education and success strategies taught by extraordinary faculty mentors with a four year career preparation program called The Edge. Dedicated staff in The Edge Career Center, in concert with our faculty, work with students to develop a personalized Career Roadmap that provides them with a competitive advantage with their careers and when applying to graduate school.

ReGenX Biosciences

750 17th St. NW, Suite 1100 Washington, DC 20006ReGenX Biosciences offers vector production, tissue expression, and research reagent services.

Reynolds Flexible Packaging

Richmond, VA United StatesReynolds Flexible Packaging provides production and conversion of flexible packaging.

SoBran BioScience

2677 Prosperity Avenue Suite 200 Fairfax, VA 22031 USASoBran BioScience supports drug discovery and medical research with high quality technical support for laboratory research projects and professional and responsible animal care programs.

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute

1100 Jefferson Drive, Suite 3123, MRC 705 Washington, DC 20013-7012 USAThe Smithsonian Tropical Research Institution (STRI) in Panama, is a bureau of the Smithsonian Institution based outside of the United States, is dedicated to understanding biological diversity. What began in 1923 as small field station on Barro Colorado Island, in the Panama Canal Zone, has developed into one of the leading research institutions of the world. STRI’s facilities provide a unique opportunity for long-term ecological studies in the tropics, and are used extensively by some 900 visiting scientists from academic and research institutions in the United States and around the world every year. The work of our resident scientists has allowed us to better understand tropical habitats and has trained hundreds of tropical biologists. STRI aims to offer research facilities that allow staff scientists, fellows, and visiting scientists to achieve their research objectives. The 38 staff scientists reside in the tropics and are encouraged to pursue their own research priorities without geographic limitations. The continuity of their long-term programs enables in-depth investigations that attract an elite group of fellows and visitors. Active support for fellows and visitors leverages resources further and attracts more than 900 scientists to STRI each year. Although STRI is based in Panama, research is conducted throughout the tropics. STRI's Center for Tropical Forest Science uses large, fully enumerated forest plots to monitor tree demography in 14 countries located in Africa, Asia and the Americas. More than 3,000,000 individual trees representing 6,000 species are being studied. STRI's Biological Diversity of Forest Fragments project created experimental forest fragments of 0.01, 0.1, and 1.0 km 2 to study the consequences of landscape transformation on forest integrity in the central Amazon region. STRI marine scientists are conducting a global survey of levels of genetic isolation in coral reef organisms.

Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

1500 Remount Road Front Royal, VA 22630The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) facilitates and promotes conservation biology programs at the National Zoo. Scientists at SCBI have long been leaders in the study, management, protection and restoration of threatened species, ecological communities, habitats and ecosystems.

Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

1500 Remount Road Front Royal, , VA , 22630 United StatesThe Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) facilitates and promotes conservation biology programs at the National Zoo. Scientists at SCBI have long been leaders in the study, management, protection and restoration of threatened species, ecological communities, habitats and ecosystems.

SAFE Pharmaceutical Technology Co.,Ltd.

1094 Mccue Court Great Falls, VA, 22066 United StatesSAFE Pharmaceutical was established in 2016, based on national level drug research and development units such as the Institute of Drug Innovation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, etc. SAFE pharmaceutical is committed to become a world-class one-stop medical CRO service platform. 

SGS Polymer Solutions

135 Technology Drive Christiansburg, VA, 24073 United StatesSGS Polymer Solutions offers microscopy, chromatography, spectroscopy, extraction, analytical testing, and device testing.

Sandor Proteomics

1 & 2, Lateef Plaza,Sandor Proteomics offers genotyping, gene expression, flow cytometry, metabolite and enzyme assay, bioinformatics, PCR, extraction and purification services.

Seer Consulting

One Freedom Square 11951 Freedom Drive, 13th Floor Reston Virginia, 20190Created by Dr. Alain Khaiat after more than 25 years in the consumer and personal care industry Research Development, Quality and Technical Assurance departments of 3 major global companies. With experience covering Asia Pacific, Europe-Middle East- Africa, and North and South America, with a background in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Biology and Human Physiology, Dr Khaiat will help you deal with many aspects of the business, from globalization to safety from organization structure to GMP. Please refer to Dr. Alain Khaiat resume for more information.

Schneider Laboratories

2512 West Cary Street Richmond, VA, 23220 United StatesSchneider Laboratories Global Incorporated (SLGI) specializes in the analysis of organic compounds, asbestos, mold, bacteria, lead and other metals. Analyses can be performed in various matrices including paint, soil, wipes, air, building materials, wastewater, groundwater, drinking water, hazardous wastes and consumer products.

SRS International Corporation

208 7700 Leesburg Pike FallsSRS International Corporation offers its network of laboratories to offer toxicity testing, pharmacokinetics studies, and mechanism of action studies.

Scientific Gear, LLC

2799 Merrilee Drive Fairfax, Virginia, 22031 United StatesScientificgear LLC is headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia and operates as a laboratory equipment distributor and technical service provider. Scientificgear LLC specializes in Titration, Karl Fisher Moisture Testing, Liquid Density & Refraction, Surface Analysis (contact angle and surface tension), as well as Thermal testing devices. Working with these niche areas of testing Scientificgear seeks to develop working relationships with it's customers to help them improve their products and services testing, QC and Research and Development.

Sequent Development

3101 Old Blue Ridge TpkSequent Development offers preclinical services including drug safety, acute and chronic toxicity, pharmacological screening, bioavailability, bioequivalence, and extensive in vivo and in vitro screening for anticancer activity.

Sequent Development

Madison, VA, 22727 United StatesSequent Development offers preclinical services including drug safety, acute and chronic toxicity, pharmacological screening, bioavailability, bioequivalence, and extensive in vivo and in vitro screening for anticancer activity.

Tetra Tech Sciences

2200 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 400Tetra Tech Sciences provides consulting services in areas of biology and toxicology.

Tetra Tech Sciences

Arlington, VA United StatesTetra Tech Sciences provides consulting services in areas of biology and toxicology.

toXcel, LLC

7140 Heritage Village Plaza Gainesville, Virginia 20155 USAFounded in 1999, toXcel is committed to promoting and improving the safety, health, and well-being of people everywhere. We work with businesses, government agencies and communities to offer reliable scientific, analytic, technical, and regulatory services. Headquartered in the Metropolitan Washington, DC region, with offices located across the U.S. and in the United Kingdom, toXcel brings worldwide expertise to challenging scientific issues in toxicology, environment, transportation, public health, and other domains.

toXcel, LLC

7140 Heritage Village Plaza Gainesville, VA, 20155 United StatesFounded in 1999, toXcel is committed to promoting and improving the safety, health, and well-being of people everywhere. We work with businesses, government agencies and communities to offer reliable scientific, analytic, technical, and regulatory services. Headquartered in the Metropolitan Washington, DC region, with offices located across the U.S. and in the United Kingdom, toXcel brings worldwide expertise to challenging scientific issues in toxicology, environment, transportation, public health, and other domains.

TessArae

46090 Lake Center PlazaTessArae offers custom array design services, array testing, and related products.

TriStar Technology Group

1901 Pennsylvania Ave, Suite 401, Washington, DC 90266 USA• 2.5 million plus archived human tissue samples with pathology, molecular and clinical data • High density TMAs • Assay transfer and development in IHC/FISH/PCR/Sanger & NGS • Target profiling in tumor & normal samples via TMAs with matched large sections or directly on large sections • Pathology expertise - 5 MD Pathologists (one from Large Pharma & 4 academic) • Digital Image Analysis • Biomarker-positive and negative samples • Validated assays in >20 immune oncology related markers • Monoplex & multiplex IHC • Ventana, Dako & Leica Bond platforms

TriStar Technology Group

1901 Pennsylvania Ave Suite 401 Washington, DC, 90266 United States• 2.5 million plus archived human tissue samples with pathology, molecular and clinical data • High density TMAs • Assay transfer and development in IHC/FISH/PCR/Sanger & NGS • Target profiling in tumor & normal samples via TMAs with matched large sections or directly on large sections • Pathology expertise - 5 MD Pathologists (one from Large Pharma & 4 academic) • Digital Image Analysis • Biomarker-positive and negative samples • Validated assays in >20 immune oncology related markers • Monoplex & multiplex IHC • Ventana, Dako & Leica Bond platforms

Thorlabs, Inc.

108 Powers Court Sterling, Virginia 20166 USAFounded in 1989, Thorlabs has its headquarters in Newton, NJ. This location is also home to our mechanics, optics, fiber, advanced systems technology, and advanced applications teams as well as one of our three distribution warehouses. On-site manufacturing allows us to customize our products quickly and efficiently to meet specialized customer requests. Our technical support team, call center, marketing, and web development teams make their homes in Newton as well, and are dedicated to providing comprehensive customer support and services.

Tri-Tech Laboratories

1000 Robins Road Lynchburg, VA, 24504 United StatesTri-Tech Laboratories, INC. is a full-service custom manufacturer of OTC, fragrance, and personal care products. From research and development to distribution, Tri-Tech is your partner in successfully marketing high quality, high value products. We are unique in the contract packaging industry: Big business capabilities with small company attention to detail. We handle every bottle, jar, and tube with pride, as if our name were on the label.

The Law Office of Joan I. Norek

25. E. Washington StreetThe Law Office of Joan I. Norek provides patent search and registration services.

Tijana Z Grove

918 Buchanan Dr Blacksburg, VA, 24060 United StatesCompany expertise is in protein and analytical chemistry. We provide best practice recommendations for experiment design and data interpretation. Protein chemistry and protein engineering: • Protein engineering to enhance stability and solubility. • Analysis of protein folding and protein stability. • Measurement, analysis, and engineering of protein-protein interactions. • Conjugation chemistry and product analysis for protein-protein, protein-polymer, and protein-small molecule conjugates. Analytical Chemistry and Materials science: • Biopolymer and biomaterial characterization: size, morphology, mechanical properties, stability, degradation, and biocompatibility. • Controlled release from inorganic and organic materials: mechanism and kinetics. • Inorganic and organic nanomaterials characterization: composition, size, and morphology.

Technology Catalysts

605 Park Avenue Falls Church, VA 22046 USATechnology Catalysts specializes in technology licensing and assessment, small business acquisitions, and business research.

Technology Catalysts

Falls Church, VA United StatesTechnology Catalysts specializes in technology licensing and assessment, small business acquisitions, and business research.

The Weinberg Group

1129 Twentieth St., NW, Suite 600 Washington, DC 20036 USAThe Weinberg Group offers regulatory strategy, compliance and scientific product support.

The Mom Complex

3324 West Cary Street, Suite C • Richmond, VA 23221Driving innovation for the world's biggest mom-focused companies. We help companies develop better products, services and experiences for mothers. Moms get a better life. Companies get a better bottom line. Being a mom is hard. We’re proud to have partnered with some of the biggest brands in the land to make the lives of mothers easier. From better hospital experiences while giving birth, to kids’ toys designed for on-the-go, to yogurt you can eat late at night and not feel guilty about.

The Mom Complex

3324 West Cary Street, Suite C Richmond, , VA , 23221 United StatesDriving innovation for the world's biggest mom-focused companies. We help companies develop better products, services and experiences for mothers. Moms get a better life. Companies get a better bottom line. Being a mom is hard. We’re proud to have partnered with some of the biggest brands in the land to make the lives of mothers easier. From better hospital experiences while giving birth, to kids’ toys designed for on-the-go, to yogurt you can eat late at night and not feel guilty about.

University of Virginia SoEAS DoMSE Laboratory for Astrophysics and Surface Physics (LASP)

351 McCormick Road, P. O. Box 400238 Charlottesville, VA 22904-4238, U. S. A.LASP studies the interaction of energetic particles (ions, electrons) and photons with surfaces. Our goals are to understand the mechanisms leading to electronic excitations and how these excitations evolve and lead to the emission of light (luminescence), electrons, radiation, atoms and molecules (sputtering and photodesorption), and to radiation damage, chemical changes or heat. We currently study metals, rare gas solids, condensed molecular gases, ultrathin carbon foils, diamond, minerals, oxides and rocks. The studies are driven by interest in fundamental phenomena and by applications to astrophysics, space exploration, semiconductor processing, nuclear fusion, gas discharges and biology. We recently started studying ozone generation by triboelectricity generated by rock fracture, with potential widespread applications in Earth and Environmental Scieences. On applied physics and engineering, we work on the development of instrumentation for space research that fly in current missions (CASSINI) and proposed for future space missions. We also study the basic science of low-temperature water ice and other condensed gases, optical properties of materials from the vacuum ultraviolet to the far infrared, and fundamental processes in surface physics and surface chemistry. A substantial part of our work consists in modeling and laboratory simulations of surface processes in icy satellites, planetary atmospheres and magnetospheres, and astrochemistry on interstellar grains. Our work is supported by NASA and the National Science Foundation.

University of Virginia SoEAS DoMSE Laboratory for Astrophysics and Surface Physics (LASP)

351 McCormick Road P. O. Box 400238 Charlottesville, VA, 22904 United StatesLASP studies the interaction of energetic particles (ions, electrons) and photons with surfaces. Our goals are to understand the mechanisms leading to electronic excitations and how these excitations evolve and lead to the emission of light (luminescence), electrons, radiation, atoms and molecules (sputtering and photodesorption), and to radiation damage, chemical changes or heat. We currently study metals, rare gas solids, condensed molecular gases, ultrathin carbon foils, diamond, minerals, oxides and rocks. The studies are driven by interest in fundamental phenomena and by applications to astrophysics, space exploration, semiconductor processing, nuclear fusion, gas discharges and biology. We recently started studying ozone generation by triboelectricity generated by rock fracture, with potential widespread applications in Earth and Environmental Scieences. On applied physics and engineering, we work on the development of instrumentation for space research that fly in current missions (CASSINI) and proposed for future space missions. We also study the basic science of low-temperature water ice and other condensed gases, optical properties of materials from the vacuum ultraviolet to the far infrared, and fundamental processes in surface physics and surface chemistry. A substantial part of our work consists in modeling and laboratory simulations of surface processes in icy satellites, planetary atmospheres and magnetospheres, and astrochemistry on interstellar grains. Our work is supported by NASA and the National Science Foundation.

University of Virginia SoEAS DoMSE Institute for Nanoscale and Quantum Scientific and Technological Advanced Research (nanoSTAR)

395 McCormick Road P.O. Box 400745 Charlottesville, VA 22904Welcome to nanoSTAR! Through our website, we would like to introduce you to the world of nano and quantum science and technology at the University of Virginia. The nanoSTAR Institute encompasses nanoscale and quantum research, education, and business development projects in three broad theme areas: electronics, biology & medicine, and energy & the environment. For our Institute researchers, nanoSTAR facilitates collaborations, assists with large multidisciplinary and center level proposals, acts as a liaison with industry and relevant government agencies, and provides seed funds and support for new interdisciplinary research endeavors. NanoSTAR offers a web-based portal to facilitate nano-focused research interactions between engineers and scientists. Expansion of this program to fully integrate physician-scientists and clinicians at the School of Medicine as well as the Cancer Center would further enhance the potential of the Program. Moreover, nanotechnology, which by definition sits at the cusp of engineering, material science and physics, enables the burgeoning medical concepts of personalized medicine, tissue re-engineering and regenerative medicine, artificial cells and exosomes, theranostics, microfluidics for diagnostics, and multi-modal imaging. The nanoSTAR Institute collaborates with businesses and other universities to leverage resources and expertise. These partnerships enable the acceleration of research discoveries through technology transfer and commercialization.

University of Virginia SoEAS DoMSE Institute for Nanoscale and Quantum Scientific and Technological Advanced Research (nanoSTAR)

395 McCormick Road P.O. Box 400745 Charlottesville, VA, 22904 United StatesWelcome to nanoSTAR! Through our website, we would like to introduce you to the world of nano and quantum science and technology at the University of Virginia. The nanoSTAR Institute encompasses nanoscale and quantum research, education, and business development projects in three broad theme areas: electronics, biology & medicine, and energy & the environment. For our Institute researchers, nanoSTAR facilitates collaborations, assists with large multidisciplinary and center level proposals, acts as a liaison with industry and relevant government agencies, and provides seed funds and support for new interdisciplinary research endeavors. NanoSTAR offers a web-based portal to facilitate nano-focused research interactions between engineers and scientists. Expansion of this program to fully integrate physician-scientists and clinicians at the School of Medicine as well as the Cancer Center would further enhance the potential of the Program. Moreover, nanotechnology, which by definition sits at the cusp of engineering, material science and physics, enables the burgeoning medical concepts of personalized medicine, tissue re-engineering and regenerative medicine, artificial cells and exosomes, theranostics, microfluidics for diagnostics, and multi-modal imaging. The nanoSTAR Institute collaborates with businesses and other universities to leverage resources and expertise. These partnerships enable the acceleration of research discoveries through technology transfer and commercialization.

U.S. Naval Medical Center-Portsmouth Clinical Investigation Department

620 John Paul Jones Circle Portsmouth, VA , 23708-2197 United StatesU.S. Naval Medical Center-Portsmouth Clinical Investigation Department

United Peptide

13520 McLearen Road Herndon, VA, 20171 United StatesTo offer up to 20-mer peptides at 1-5mg scale. 3 tiers of analysis are also offered and delivery is usually only 2-3 weeks.

University of Virginia SoEAS DoMSE Wadley Research Group

395 McCormick Road P.O. Box 400745 Charlottesville, VA 22904-745Haydn Wadley's research group brings this fundamental materials perspective to the design and development of new high performance materials. His group focuses upon fundamental aspects of materials synthesis and processing, and the unraveling of linkages between the process created thermal, chemical and mechanical environment, the materials evolving 3D structure and its eventual performance. This approach to materials design and manufacturing therefore combines structure property relationships (to identify the optimal 3D material states needed for particular applications) with process modeling, non-invasive in-situ sensing and model predictive control to make materials whose internal microstructure states are optimized. It has resulted in the development of numerous methods for making composites, cellular materials (3D composites where the second material is air or perhaps a different cellular material), thermal and environmental barrier coatings, and thin film multilayers that exhibit giant magneto resistance. The group has developed several novel cellular materials including a new class of cellular composites with record high specific strengths. It has also explored their application as novel multifunctional materials to enable load supporting structures to perform other functionalities such as impact protection, power storage, shape morphing and thermal management. The group's research in thermal and environmental barrier coating systems has led to improvements in the vapor phase and thermal spray processes used for the deposition of these multilayered systems, and has identified new materials amdmicrostructures that extend their maximum operating temperature and degree of thermal and environmental protection.

University of Virginia SoEAS DoMSE Wadley Research Group

395 McCormick Road P.O. Box 400745 Charlottesville, VA, 22904 United StatesHaydn Wadley's research group brings this fundamental materials perspective to the design and development of new high performance materials. His group focuses upon fundamental aspects of materials synthesis and processing, and the unraveling of linkages between the process created thermal, chemical and mechanical environment, the materials evolving 3D structure and its eventual performance. This approach to materials design and manufacturing therefore combines structure property relationships (to identify the optimal 3D material states needed for particular applications) with process modeling, non-invasive in-situ sensing and model predictive control to make materials whose internal microstructure states are optimized. It has resulted in the development of numerous methods for making composites, cellular materials (3D composites where the second material is air or perhaps a different cellular material), thermal and environmental barrier coatings, and thin film multilayers that exhibit giant magneto resistance. The group has developed several novel cellular materials including a new class of cellular composites with record high specific strengths. It has also explored their application as novel multifunctional materials to enable load supporting structures to perform other functionalities such as impact protection, power storage, shape morphing and thermal management. The group's research in thermal and environmental barrier coating systems has led to improvements in the vapor phase and thermal spray processes used for the deposition of these multilayered systems, and has identified new materials amdmicrostructures that extend their maximum operating temperature and degree of thermal and environmental protection.

Univ. of Virginia Genome Sequencing Core

Charlottesville, VA United StatesUniversity of Virginia Genome Sequencing Core offers a range of genome sequencing services.

University of Richmond

28 Westhampton Way University of Richmond,, VA, 23173 United States

Univ. of Virginia GCRC

Charlottesville, VA United StatesUniversity of Virginia General Clinical Research Center (GCRC) focuses on research and offers their core assay laboratory for assay services.

University of Virginia - Bioinformatics Core

1350 Jefferson Park Avenue Charlottesville, VA, 22908 United StatesThe new Bioinformatics Core at UVA serves as a centralized resource for providing expert and timely bioinformatics consulting and data analysis solutions. The core offers services to investigators both within and outside UVA on both grant-funded and chargeback-based projects for management and analysis of large-scale biological datasets produced by high-throughput genomics experiments. The Bioinformatics Core’s mission is to build and maintain an infrastructure that enables the application of strong bioinformatics analysis with a measurable impact on the ability of UVA investigators to both publish their work and obtain new funding.

University of Virginia SoEAS DoMSE Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering (CESE)

116 Engineer’s Way PO Box 400745 • Charlottesville, VA 22904-4745The Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering (CESE) at the University of Virginia is built on the foundation of the Applied Electrochemistry Laboratories, a highly successful organized research unit since 1974. In 1986, the Virginia Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) identified CESE as a Technology Development Center. CESE is a multi-disciplinary research effort which includes activities in the Departments of Materials Science and Engineering and Chemical Engineering, as well as interactions with Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Physics. It is one of the nation's leading research centers of its kind. CESE addresses a technologically critical field. It encompasses the broad field of electrochemical science and engineering which affects the performance and reliability of most products manufactured in the world today. Corrosion, an electrochemical process, has a massive economic impact. Studies show that the annual cost of corrosion to the U.S. economy is on the order of $200 billion. Everyday examples include the corrosion of reinforcing bars in concrete for bridges and roadways as well as deterioration of metal structures in chemical and nuclear plants. Corrosion also has an impact in electric power generation, heat exchangers for refrigeration, shipping industries, food processing, transportation, packaging and assembly of electronic components, space exploration, and national defense. Electrochemical reactions and phenomena are utilized in the purification and refining of metals, in the electrolytic production of commodity chemicals, in the conversion of chemical energy to electrical power in batteries and fuel cells, in the processing of materials for microelectronic devices, and in the use of electrodes to sense or monitor chemical species, and evaluate structural damage. Electrochemical operations encompass 1/9 of the American chemical process industry. Electrochemical production of chlorine and aluminum in themselves consume over 5 percent of the electrical power generated in the United States. A major aspect of the Center is its graduate education function. Masters and doctoral degree programs are an integral part of the Center's research effort to provide graduate engineers with skills required to address the needs of industry. Select undergraduates are invited to become involved in Center research programs as research assistants. The research work performed often serves as the basis for the senior thesis required of U.Va. engineering students.

University of Virginia SoEAS DoMSE Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering (CESE)

116 Engineer’s Way PO Box 400745 Charlottesville, VA, 22904 United StatesThe Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering (CESE) at the University of Virginia is built on the foundation of the Applied Electrochemistry Laboratories, a highly successful organized research unit since 1974. In 1986, the Virginia Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) identified CESE as a Technology Development Center. CESE is a multi-disciplinary research effort which includes activities in the Departments of Materials Science and Engineering and Chemical Engineering, as well as interactions with Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Physics. It is one of the nation's leading research centers of its kind. CESE addresses a technologically critical field. It encompasses the broad field of electrochemical science and engineering which affects the performance and reliability of most products manufactured in the world today. Corrosion, an electrochemical process, has a massive economic impact. Studies show that the annual cost of corrosion to the U.S. economy is on the order of $200 billion. Everyday examples include the corrosion of reinforcing bars in concrete for bridges and roadways as well as deterioration of metal structures in chemical and nuclear plants. Corrosion also has an impact in electric power generation, heat exchangers for refrigeration, shipping industries, food processing, transportation, packaging and assembly of electronic components, space exploration, and national defense. Electrochemical reactions and phenomena are utilized in the purification and refining of metals, in the electrolytic production of commodity chemicals, in the conversion of chemical energy to electrical power in batteries and fuel cells, in the processing of materials for microelectronic devices, and in the use of electrodes to sense or monitor chemical species, and evaluate structural damage. Electrochemical operations encompass 1/9 of the American chemical process industry. Electrochemical production of chlorine and aluminum in themselves consume over 5 percent of the electrical power generated in the United States. A major aspect of the Center is its graduate education function. Masters and doctoral degree programs are an integral part of the Center's research effort to provide graduate engineers with skills required to address the needs of industry. Select undergraduates are invited to become involved in Center research programs as research assistants. The research work performed often serves as the basis for the senior thesis required of U.Va. engineering students.

UNOS Network for Organ Sharing

700 North 4th Street Richmond, VA, 23219 United StatesUnited Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) is the private, non-profit organization that manages the nation’s organ transplant system under contract with the federal government. In doing so, we bring together hundreds of transplant and organ procurement professionals and thousands of volunteers. This unique collaboration helps make 79 life-saving organ transplants possible each day. Our system serves as the model for transplant systems around the world.

Venebio

7400 Beaufont Springs Drive, Ste. 300Venebio provides consulting for biomarker solutions, integrated omics, personalized health care, and epidemiologic reviews.

Virginia Commonwealth University SoP Department of Pharmaceutics Bioanalytical Laboratory Service Center

P.O. Box 980533 Richmond, VA 23298-0533ABOUT The Bioanalytical Laboratory is a shared resource and service center located in the School of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutics at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical College of Virginia. We are dedicated to analytical support of collaborative research throughout the university and the external scientific community. The laboratory carries out faculty and graduate student research projects. The Service Center combines the management skills of an outside independent laboratory with the scientific expertise of an academically-based center. This combination provides a synergistic environment where scientific and management objectives are dealt with in a timely and cost-effective manner.

Virginia Commonwealth University SoP Department of Pharmaceutics Bioanalytical Laboratory Service Center

P.O. Box 980533 Richmond, VA, 23298-0533 United StatesABOUT The Bioanalytical Laboratory is a shared resource and service center located in the School of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutics at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical College of Virginia. We are dedicated to analytical support of collaborative research throughout the university and the external scientific community. The laboratory carries out faculty and graduate student research projects. The Service Center combines the management skills of an outside independent laboratory with the scientific expertise of an academically-based center. This combination provides a synergistic environment where scientific and management objectives are dealt with in a timely and cost-effective manner.

Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute Developmental & Translational Neurobiology Center

2 Riverside Circle Roanoke, VA, 2 Riverside Circle United StatesThe most complex of all organ systems, the brain is composed of hundreds of billions of neural cells that are interconnected and work in concert to produce an array of human behaviors. Even subtle perturbation of these cells or connections can give rise to devastating neurological phenotypes. At the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, Dr. Michael Fox leads the Developmental and Translational Neurobiology Center, where scientists investigate the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying the development of these neural cells and their specialized connections, and how these cells are altered in neurodevelopmental disorders, neurodegenerative disorders, trauma and aging. Discoveries made by laboratories in the Developmental and Translational Neurobiology Center are not only elucidating mechanisms of disease, but are facilitating the development of novel approaches to treat the diseased or injured brain. The DTNC is the newest center at Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute and currently consists of five research groups. Research in these labs focusses on changes in neural circuits during normal development or aging, or in response to stress, trauma or disease. As we look to expand in the coming years, the DTNC will continue to build strength at VTCRI in research aimed at elucidating genetic, molecular and cellular mechanisms that underlie neurodevelopment and neurodegenerative diseases (such as autism spectrum disorders, schizophrenia, epilepsy, ALS, alzheimer’s disease, etc).

Virginia State University

1 Hayden Dr. Petersburg, VA, 23806 United StatesResearch and Programs (OSR&P) of Virginia State University (VSU). We appreciate your interest in our university and the research unit. We possess a pool of highly motivated and capable professors, scholars, researchers, graduate and undergraduate students. We are proud to note that some of our researchers are world-renowned and conduct multiplicity of interdisciplinary and cutting-edge research in state-of-the-art facilities. The university has established: Linkages and alliances on the national and international levels with universities and research organizations Research Centers of Excellence in several areas including physics, energy and environmental studies, engineering technology, water quality management, aquaculture, education, social sciences, and business A sound infrastructure for research management An Outreach Program Office to oversee, assist, and supervise outreach programs designed to provide valuable educational resources through research, instruction and public service to the local community The university has been successful in providing research opportunities for students through funded research projects. The research activities of the University are sponsored by, among others, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Defense Department, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Education, National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Agency for International Development as well as the State of Virginia, university linkages, and private industry.

Virginia Commonwealth University CoHS Department of Forensic Science

1015 Floyd Avenue, Room 2015 Richmond, VA 23284Forensic Science is the application of science to the law. Around every crime is a story. Who was the victim? Who was the culprit? What was their connection? Forensic science is a means to unravel the story. Eyewitnesses, victims and even suspects can forget or can change their stories. The physical evidence never forgets and cannot change. It is the forensic scientist’s job to use, analyze and interpret the physical evidence. They are objective and advocates for the evidence. The criminal investigation may start at the crime scene and end in a courtroom, but an essential part of the process is the forensic laboratory. Analyzing evidence Forensic science is the use of the physical sciences to analyze physical evidence in criminal investigations. Forensic scientists work in local, state, and federal government and private laboratories. They testify as the expert witnesses for the state and defense in criminal trials.

Virginia Commonwealth University CoHS Department of Forensic Science

1015 Floyd Avenue, Room 2015 Richmond, , VA, 23284 United StatesForensic Science is the application of science to the law. Around every crime is a story. Who was the victim? Who was the culprit? What was their connection? Forensic science is a means to unravel the story. Eyewitnesses, victims and even suspects can forget or can change their stories. The physical evidence never forgets and cannot change. It is the forensic scientist’s job to use, analyze and interpret the physical evidence. They are objective and advocates for the evidence. The criminal investigation may start at the crime scene and end in a courtroom, but an essential part of the process is the forensic laboratory. Analyzing evidence Forensic science is the use of the physical sciences to analyze physical evidence in criminal investigations. Forensic scientists work in local, state, and federal government and private laboratories. They testify as the expert witnesses for the state and defense in criminal trials.

Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (VMRCVM)

205 Duck Pond Drive Blacksburg, VA, 24061 United StatesEstablished in 1978. The college is a leading biomedical teaching and research center and the in-state veterinary college for residents of Virginia and Maryland. Locations include the main campus in Blacksburg, Virginia, the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center in Leesburg, Virginia, and the Gudelsky Veterinary Center in College Park, Maryland. Research Our research program includes both basic science to understand the molecular and biological basis for disease, as well as applied science to improve the lives of pets and people. With a focus on One Health, our program brings together veterinarians, physicians, and other scientists to address public health threats affecting both people and animals. Our translational research approach aims to take laboratory findings directly to clients in a clinical setting. Ongoing clinical trials in our hospitals test research discoveries to develop better methods of disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. Our faculty, students, staff, and research partners are committed to discovery, service, and training future researchers and veterinarians.

Viropro

700 New Hampshire Avenue NW Washington, DC, 20037 USAViropro focuses on the discovery and development of potential therapeutic monoclonal antibodies directed specifically to disease causing proteins.

Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute Addiction Recovery Research Center

2 Riverside Circle Roanoke, VA, 24016 United StatesThe Addiction Recovery Research Center (ARRC) is a research unit located on the third floor of the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute in Roanoke, VA. Directed by Warren K. Bickel, PhD, a recognized addiction researcher, ARRC is dedicated to understanding addiction and developing new treatments that repair the impaired decision-making processes common in addictive disorders. We have many specialized resources available to study addiction in innovative ways, including private offices and interview rooms, individualized computer therapy rooms, a ventilated smoking laboratory for measuring smoking behavior, access to three research-dedicated functional magnetic resonance imaging scanners, and access to brain stimulation equipment for transcranial magnetic simulation.

Virginia Commonwealth University da Vinci Center

807 S. Cathedral Place Richmond, VA 23284A collaboration of VCU’s Schools of the Arts, Business, Engineering and College of Humanities and Sciences, the VCU da Vinci Center is a unique collegiate model that advances innovation and entrepreneurship through cross-disciplinary collaboration. The academic and other program offerings of the da Vinci Center aim to create T-shaped individuals: individuals who are anchored in a discipline and have the capacity and openness to span across disciplines. Students participating in the da Vinci Center view innovation and entrepreneurship from multiple disciplinary perspectives, and thus, are prepared for the 21st Century workforce by more robustly approaching the innovation/entrepreneurship endeavor.

Virginia Commonwealth University da Vinci Center

807 S. Cathedral Place Richmond, VA, 23284 United StatesA collaboration of VCU’s Schools of the Arts, Business, Engineering and College of Humanities and Sciences, the VCU da Vinci Center is a unique collegiate model that advances innovation and entrepreneurship through cross-disciplinary collaboration. The academic and other program offerings of the da Vinci Center aim to create T-shaped individuals: individuals who are anchored in a discipline and have the capacity and openness to span across disciplines. Students participating in the da Vinci Center view innovation and entrepreneurship from multiple disciplinary perspectives, and thus, are prepared for the 21st Century workforce by more robustly approaching the innovation/entrepreneurship endeavor.

VCU SoP Institute for Structural Biology, Drug Discovery and Development

800 E. Leigh Street, Suite 212 Richmond, Virginia 23219Virginia Commonwealth University offers an interdisciplinary course of graduate study leading to a PhD degree for students with interests in the broad area of structural biology. The emphasis of this curriculum is on mastery of methods for the analysis of biomolecular structures and the application of these methods to solve problems of biological importance . PhD or MD/PhD students may seek entry to the Structural Biology curriculum with the consent of their department or school and the approval of the Structural Biology faculty. Students with backgrounds in quantitative sciences who have an interest in biological structure problems are encouraged to seek entry.

VCU SoP Institute for Structural Biology, Drug Discovery and Development

800 E. Leigh Street, Suite 212 Richmond,, Virginia , 23219 United StatesVirginia Commonwealth University offers an interdisciplinary course of graduate study leading to a PhD degree for students with interests in the broad area of structural biology. The emphasis of this curriculum is on mastery of methods for the analysis of biomolecular structures and the application of these methods to solve problems of biological importance . PhD or MD/PhD students may seek entry to the Structural Biology curriculum with the consent of their department or school and the approval of the Structural Biology faculty. Students with backgrounds in quantitative sciences who have an interest in biological structure problems are encouraged to seek entry.

Visiopharm

7636 Williamson Road Hollins, VA, 24019 United StatesVisiopharm is a world leader in Augmented Pathology™ solutions. Leading biopharmaceutical companies, contract research organizations (CRO), academic medical centers, and hospital diagnostic pathology labs all over the world utilize the Visiopharm software platform for tissue-based research and diagnostics. The software provides scientists and pathologist with a scalable solution that fits the needs and volumes of both research and diagnostic labs. Over the past 16 years Visiopharm has grown into an international business with over 800 installations and countless more users. Visiopharm software is featured in over 1500 scientific publications since 2010 and is compatible with leading slide scanning systems and data management software. A growing network of authorized distributors and integration partners support the growth of Visiopharm solutions on several continents including North America, Europe and Asia. Our headquarters is in the Medicon Valley of Denmark, with a branch office in the United Kingdom, and a North American office in Broomfield, Colorado.

Virginia Center for Respoductive Medicine

11150 Sunset Hills Road Reston, VA, 20190 United States

ViroLabs

P.O. Box 223983 Chantilly, VA 20153-3983 USAViroLabs supplies ELISA reagents, ELISA substrates, antibodies, antigens, and histology kits in addition to offering custom gene synthesis, gene cloning, peptide synthesis, and protein expression services.

Virginia Bioinformatics Institute

Blacksburg, VA, 24060 United StatesVirginia Bioinformatics Institute provides molecular biology, gene expression analysis, proteomics, bioinformatics, and sequencing services.

Virginia Research Center

13911 St. Francis Blvd, Suite 101 Midlothian VA 23114Virginia Research Center was founded by an experienced team of health care professionals to enhance patient services at the private practice clinic of Aaron Hartman MD at Family Practice Associates. Establishing a clinical research site within the private practice has allowed for uninterrupted day-to-day clinic operations while simultaneously performing clinical research studies. Our site offers services to the Greater Richmond Area, and our goal is to provide access to clinical trial options for our patients. The Virginia Research Center supports the advancement of medical treatment options while ensuring the human rights of participants are protected during the trial process.

Virginia Research Center

13911 St. Francis Blvd, Suite 101 Midlothian, VA, 23114 United StatesVirginia Research Center was founded by an experienced team of health care professionals to enhance patient services at the private practice clinic of Aaron Hartman MD at Family Practice Associates. Establishing a clinical research site within the private practice has allowed for uninterrupted day-to-day clinic operations while simultaneously performing clinical research studies. Our site offers services to the Greater Richmond Area, and our goal is to provide access to clinical trial options for our patients. The Virginia Research Center supports the advancement of medical treatment options while ensuring the human rights of participants are protected during the trial process.

Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute Neuromotor Research Clinic

2 Riverside Circle Roanoke, VA, 24016 United StatesThe VTCRI Neuromotor Research Clinic works to advance knowledge about effective and innovative treatment strategies for children and young adults with cerebral palsy and other neuromotor movement disorders. Mission The research clinic works to advance knowledge about effective and innovative treatments for children and young adults with neuromotor movement disorders. Treatment The clinic's rigorous and yet engaging therapy program helps children and young adults make large, rapid, and enduring gains in their everyday neuromotor skills. Research The clinic has launched the world’s first large-scale, multisite randomized controlled trial to compare four forms of pediatric constraint-induced movement therapy.

Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute Center for Heart and Regenerative Medicine Research

2 Riverside Circle Roanoke, VA, 24016 United StatesThe VTCRI Center for Heart and Regenerative Medicine Research serves as a nexus for cardiovascular research teams exploring basic research questions about the heart. Funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Virginia Biosciences Health Research Corporation, and other funding institutions, four top researchers—Drs. Robert Gourdie, Steven Poelzing, John Chappell, and James Smyth—lead independent, yet linked, cardiovascular research teams. With heart disease the nation’s leading killer, these teams are working to understand how the heart develops, how it becomes damaged, and, ultimately, how it can be repaired. They are also mapping out fundamental properties of the heart, such as how it conducts electricity. Together, they are delving into new strategies for healing the heart.

Virginia Commonwealth University Transgenic/Knock-out Mouse Share Resource

401 College Street Richmond, VA, 23298-0037 United StatesGenetically engineered mouse models (GEMMs) have become indispensable tools in cancer research, with their utility ranging from studies of the basic biology of tumorigenesis and progression to the creation of genetically accurate tumor models for the evaluation of novel therapeutic approaches. The objectives of the L.T. Christian III Transgenic/Knockout Mouse Shared Resource are to: 1) facilitate the development of new GEMMs (including transgenic, knockout, conditional knockout and knock-in mice) using both conventional and CRISPR-Cas9-based technologies, 2) provide a full range of support services to facilitate the use of these models, including breeding colony management, mouse genotyping, mouse line rederivation, embryo and sperm cryopreservation and cryorecovery, and 3) offer expert consultation on the development and use of GEMMs.

Vivpro

13205 Bradley Woods Ct Herndon, VA, 20171 United StatesVivproAI offers a revolutionary biointelligence software platform and innovative services to make evidence-based clinical, regulatory, and business decisions at lightning speed for pharmaceutical, biotech, device developers, CROs, and investors.

Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute Computational Psychiatry Unit

2 Riverside Circle Roanoke, VA, 24016 United StatesUnder the direction of Read Montague, PhD, the Computational Psychiatry Unit combines state-of-the-art technology with neuroscience, economics, and behavioral methods to understand the neural computations involved in human cognition and psychiatric illness. The Computational Psychiatry Unit uses diverse and innovative approaches to illuminate human cognition through an understanding of brain algorithms and the circumstances that can lead to their disruption. The Computational Psychiatry Unit is a key program of the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, which integrates the life sciences with the physical, engineering, behavioral, and social sciences to develop new approaches to preventing, diagnosing, treating, and curing disease. The Institute’s research teams are led by scientists who are unconstrained by conventional disciplinary boundaries as they seek innovation and discovery in the service of health. Coined by Dr. Montague, computational psychiatry is now also the focus of an official collaboration between the Max Planck Society and University College London, where Dr. Montague holds a faculty appointment. Their shared goal is to revolutionize the approach to understanding psychopathologies by combining functional neuroimaging with computational modeling.

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Bioinformatics Core

1015 Life Science Circle Blacksburg Virginia United States 24061-0477The Virginia Bioinformatics Institute (VBI) is a world-class research institute with a growing faculty and staff of over 250 dedicated to the study of the biological sciences.

Virginia Tech Soil Testing Lab

VA United StatesThe Virginia Tech Soil Testing Laboratory is affiliated with both Virginia Cooperative Extension and the department of Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences, and analyzes soil samples submitted by the public and university researchers. Tests are performed to evaluate the soil's nutrient potential and to determine the most beneficial application rates of fertilizer and lime for optimum plant growth. Accurate soil analysis with subsequent recommendations provide a tool for making economical and ecological land use decisions. Maximum economic yields are realized through careful management of nutrient availability. Over-fertilization is costly and may be damaging to the environment.

VCU SoP Center for Biomarker Research and Precision Medicine

1112 East Clay Street McGuire Hall, Room 209B Richmond, VA 23298-0581Mission Statement Our Center aims to alleviate the tremendous personal, familial, and societal burden of mental illness by using state-of-the-art genomic technologies to identify molecular markers that can be used to develop new medications and tailor treatment to individual patients. CBRPM at a glance Our research is guided by the ultimate aim of reducing the tremendous human suffering wrought by psychiatric disorders, and childhood abuse and neglect. Rapid advances in genomic technology are revolutionizing biomedical research and will profoundly influence health care in the next decade. Our research is on the forefront of these developments in psychiatry. We operate from a strong multidisciplinary perspective, blending advanced laboratory, computational, biological, statistical, and clinical expertise. Since its inception in 2006, we have been awarded more than $20 million in 22 competitive federal grants led by CBRPM faculty. This corresponds to a 2,500% return on investment for our university.

VCU SoP Center for Biomarker Research and Precision Medicine

1112 East Clay Street McGuire Hall, Room 209B Richmond, VA, 23298-0581 United StatesMission Statement Our Center aims to alleviate the tremendous personal, familial, and societal burden of mental illness by using state-of-the-art genomic technologies to identify molecular markers that can be used to develop new medications and tailor treatment to individual patients. CBRPM at a glance Our research is guided by the ultimate aim of reducing the tremendous human suffering wrought by psychiatric disorders, and childhood abuse and neglect. Rapid advances in genomic technology are revolutionizing biomedical research and will profoundly influence health care in the next decade. Our research is on the forefront of these developments in psychiatry. We operate from a strong multidisciplinary perspective, blending advanced laboratory, computational, biological, statistical, and clinical expertise. Since its inception in 2006, we have been awarded more than $20 million in 22 competitive federal grants led by CBRPM faculty. This corresponds to a 2,500% return on investment for our university.

Wako Chemicals

Richmond, VA United StatesWako Chemicals offers antibodies, proteins, assay kits, reagents, chemical products and services.

Washington Center for Weight Management & Research, Inc.

2800 S. Shirlington Road, Suite 505 Arlington, VA 22206We are a team of specialists focused on understanding all aspects of your health, medications, stressors, emotional/coping skills, life approach and the ways in which they contribute to your weight and associated medical conditions. Our goal is to help you develop an individualized treatment plan to improve your health and wellbeing. Make an appointment with a specialist, take part in our comprehensive program or become a member in one of our research trials.

Washington Center for Weight Management & Research, Inc.

2800 S. Shirlington Road, Suite 505 Arlington, VA, 22206 United StatesWe are a team of specialists focused on understanding all aspects of your health, medications, stressors, emotional/coping skills, life approach and the ways in which they contribute to your weight and associated medical conditions. Our goal is to help you develop an individualized treatment plan to improve your health and wellbeing. Make an appointment with a specialist, take part in our comprehensive program or become a member in one of our research trials.