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Anderson Laboratories, Inc.

6330 Industrial Loop Greendale, WI 53129-2424

American Pasteurization Company

2880 North 112th Street Wauwatosa, WI, 53222 United StatesAmerican Pasteurization Company (APC) is the first company in the United States to offer High Pressure Processing (HPP) on a commercial tolling basis to the food manufacturing industry. HPP kills bacteria that can cause spoilage and food-borne illness, and greatly extends shelf life. Applying HPP to foods and beverages - rather than heat pasteurization - results in products with a fresher taste and better appearance, texture and nutrition. HPP pasteurizes foods and beverages by uniformly applying extreme hydrostatic pressure around and throughout a food product, deactivating the cellular activities of foodborne pathogens and other spoilage organisms.

Aconitum

Inovaciju str.4, Kaunas, FEZ Lithuania LT-54469Aconitum offers contract manufacturing, laboratory services and CTD dossiers.

Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

465 Science Drive Madison, WI 53711Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals develops medicines that treat intractable diseases by silencing the genes that cause them. Using a broad portfolio of RNA chemistries and efficient modes of delivery, Arrowhead therapies trigger the RNA interference mechanism to induce rapid, deep and durable knockdown of target genes. RNA interference, or RNAi, is a mechanism present in living cells that inhibits the expression of a specific gene, thereby affecting the production of a specific protein. Arrowhead’s RNAi-based therapeutics leverage this natural pathway of gene silencing.

A&B Process Systems Corp.

201 S. Wisconsin Avenue Stratford, WI 54484 USAA&B Process Systems Corp. design, engineering fabrication and nationwide installation of stainless steel process systems and components including pharmaceutical water for injection systems.

A&B Process Systems Corp.

Stratford, WI, 54484 United StatesA&B Process Systems Corp. design, engineering fabrication and nationwide installation of stainless steel process systems and components including pharmaceutical water for injection systems.

Alltech

331 W. Kindt St. Juneau WI 53039 USAFounded in 1980 by Irish biochemist and entrepreneur Dr. Pearse Lyons, Alltech is a leading global biotechnology company whose mission is to improve the health and performance of people, animals and plants through natural nutrition and scientific innovation. We pursue this mission guided by what we call the ACE principle, our promise that in doing business we have a positive impact on the Animal, the Consumer and the Environment. Animal Health Our core business improves animal health and performance by adding nutritional value to feed, naturally, through Alltech’s innovative use of yeast fermentation, enzyme technology, algae and nutrigenomics, which studies the impact of nutrition at the genetic level. Our technologies and support programs enable farmers to realize greater efficiency, profitability and sustainability on their farms. Alltech Crop Science Our Alltech Crop Science division complements our animal nutrition business by focusing on improving the health of crops. Our technologies enable us to improve the productivity of the field, in terms of yield quality and quantity, and to enhance nutrition beginning with the soil and the seed. Human Health We believe scientific innovation in animal and crop sciences is part of a much more important story, that of human health. Healthier animals and crops, nurtured naturally through Alltech’s nutritional solutions, affect human well-being. For example, fruits, vegetables and animal proteins have become less nutrient-rich in the past half-century. From fish to oranges, you need to eat more today to get the same nutritional value. Our work within animal and crop sciences is restoring value and also exploring ways to naturally enrich foods through improving the animal diet or crop produced. For example, laying hens fed a diet rich in Alltech’s algae produce eggs enriched with DHA omega-3, an essential nutrient for human cognitive development and health at all ages.

American Medical Laboratories

1421 South Park St, Madison, WI 53715-2178 608-957-3000

Aurora Health Care, Inc.

750 W. Virginia St. P.O. Box 341880, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53234Aurora Health Care is an integrated, not-for-profit, and all-for-people health care provider serving communities throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Our approach keeps people in our minds and at the heart of everything we do. We treat each person as a person, not as a patient, an illness or an appointment. Aurora got its start in 1984 when two established Milwaukee hospitals, St. Luke's Medical Center and Good Samaritan Medical Center, came together to form Aurora Health Care. Over the years, our organization grew, allowing us to help more people and communities. Today we serve communities throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois, with 15 hospitals, more than 150 clinics and 70 pharmacies in 30 communities. We strive to offer services that are close to home, and help make the whole community healthier.

Anteco Pharma

PO Box 100 925 Development Drive Lodi, WI 53555 USAAnteco Pharma specializes in the lyophilization and related processing of pharmaceutical intermediates, medical devices and specialty food and nutritional ingredients.

Ancell

Bayport, MN United StatesAncell Corporation produces immunology research tools including antibodies, recombinant proteins, and isotype controls.

ATL

W140 N9504 Fountain Blvd. Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 USAATL offers flexographic label printing, disposable medical device converting, and complex multi-panel booklet label manufacturing.

ATL

Menomonee Falls, WI, 53051 United StatesATL offers flexographic label printing, disposable medical device converting, and complex multi-panel booklet label manufacturing.

ASI Technologies

5848 North 95th Court Milwaukee WI 53225 USAASI offers a comprehensive range of innovative, high performance door systems designed specifically for pharmaceutical, refrigerated, industrial, commercial and security applications.

ASI Technologies

Milwaukee, WI United StatesASI offers a comprehensive range of innovative, high performance door systems designed specifically for pharmaceutical, refrigerated, industrial, commercial and security applications.

AgSource Laboratories

135 Enterprise Drive Post Office Box 930230 Verona, WI 53593AgSource operates three divisions: Agronomy, Dairy Herd Improvement (DHI) and Food and Environmental Services. Its Verona, Wis., headquarters also serves as its dairy record service center. Laboratory locations in the Midwest include Menomonie, Marshfield and Bonduel, Wis., Ellsworth, Iowa, Lincoln, Nebr. and Umatilla, Ore. AgSource Cooperative Services is a producer-owned cooperative dedicated to providing comprehensive agricultural testing and information services. With the cooperative's mission in mind - to provide products and services to enhance members' profitability - AgSource serves members and customers nationwide and internationally.

Aldevron

5602 Research Park Boulevard, Suite 112 Madison, WI 53719Founded in 1998, Aldevron is a recognized leader in contract development and manufacturing. Our custom services provide the basis for breakthroughs that enable clients to create the next generation of biological products. Our services include: • Plasmid DNA production meeting all quality standards from pre-clinical research through GMP. Our conserved process ensures consistency at all stages of development. • Therapeutic mRNA transcripts and gRNA for gene editing. We offer exceptional production flexibility and rapid turnaround times. • Protein design and manufacture that meet stringent quality and activity specifications. We support all quality grades, from research through GMP. • RG to GMP Cas9 nucleases, IVT enzymes for mRNA, and other enzymes tested for performance and evaluated by independent industry collaborators. Aldevron’s collaborative approach and commitment to quality allow us to meet precise client requirements and provide innovative solutions to advance science. Aldevron is headquartered in Fargo, North Dakota, and has additional facilities in Madison, Wisconsin.

Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center

2900 W Oklahoma Ave Milwaukee, WI 53215The future of medicine is happening here at St. Luke’s, and you’re at the center. No matter what your need – common surgery or pioneering treatment – you can count on our experienced and specialty physicians to provide expert care and excellent outcomes. As the only hospital in Wisconsin with a 24/7 on-site heart-care team, you can expect to receive premiere cardiac services. Both the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association have recognized St. Luke’s performance in treating cardiac and stroke patients. U.S. News & World Report has singled out our services as well, making us 1 of only 26 hospitals in the U.S. to receive “Triple Recognition” for stroke and cardiac patients. U.S. News & World Report also recognized these departments: Gastroenterology & GI Surgery Diabetes & Endocrinology Pulmonology & Geriatrics Aurora St. Luke’s has earned a reputation as Wisconsin’s leading medical center not only for providing exceptional medical treatment, but also for treating each patient with compassion and care.

Aurora Healthcare The Open-Access Robotic Biorepository and Informatics Technology (ORBIT)

750 West Virginia Street Milwaukee, WI, 53204 United StatesThe Open-Access Robotic Biorepository and Informatics Technology (ORBIT) resource at Aurora Health Care is a library of genetically diverse patient specimens available to researchers for the purpose of testing new technologies. The samples provide de-identified health information on individual patients (e.g., age, race, weight, gender, presence of chronic diseases, tobacco use, etc.) that researchers may use in a variety of studies. ORBIT works together with the Research Analytics team to gather and provide de-identified clinical information for clinical trial recruitment and development of Investigator Initiated Research studies. By advancing the science of pharmacogenomics, ORBIT and other biobanks around the globe enable scientists to share information for research and scientific discovery. Within the local community, knowledge gained from this project will continue advancing Aurora Health Care’s ability to provide care that meets the specific needs of each patient.

BioInfoRx

510 Charmany Dr, Suite 275 Madison, WI 53719, USABioInfoRx provides innovative cloud-based solutions for scientific information management and data analysis. Our web-based systems include powerful tools to manage general laboratory information, automate scientific process, and process biological data with bioinformatic or biostatistical methods.

BioInfoRx

510 Charmany Dr Suite 275A Madison, WI, 53719 United StatesBioInfoRx provides innovative cloud-based solutions for scientific information management and data analysis. Our web-based systems include powerful tools to manage general laboratory information, automate scientific process, and process biological data with bioinformatic or biostatistical methods.

Briess Malt & Ingredients

625 S. Irish Rd. PO Box 229 Chilton, WI 53014At Briess Malt & Ingredients Company we are North America's leading producer of specialty malts and value added ingredients for the brewing, distilling, food and pet food industries. With more than 130 years of experience, and as one of the world's few remaining family owned malting companies, we embrace the importance of personal service and total dedication to our craft and customers. From superb quality ingredients to custom product development and innovative solutions, Briess is driven to help you succeed.

Botanical Innovations

1540 South River Street Spooner, WI 54801Botanic Innovations produces a broad range of highly specialized oils, Nutri-powders and other derivatives from non-GMO fruit, vegetable, grain and herb seeds. These life-nourishing all-natural ingredients have broad applications in a variety of products across several industries. Our advisors have formulated proprietary seed oil and Nutri-flour blends that add powerful health benefits to dietary supplement products. Some of our products are also used in animal care products, as cosmetics, as functional food additives, and as all-natural industrial lubricants.

BioDiagnostics, Inc.

507 Highland Drive River Falls, WI 54022BioDiagnostics is an industry leader in seed and plant-tissue testing, delivering test results and consulting services from its 25,000-square-foot facility in River Falls, Wisconsin. With our significant agribusiness experience and academic foundation, we have one of the most skilled, knowledgeable and experienced teams of experts in the industry. In fact, our management team has worked with influential Fortune-500 agribusinesses and has contributed to the development of proprietary methods and the registration of several patents.

BrainXell

455 Science Drive Suite 210 Madison, WI, 53711 United StatesBrainXell provides iPSC-derived human neurons to the pharmaceutical industry and other research organizations for CNS drug discovery and development. Utilizing proprietary technology developed over the last two decades by Professor Su-Chun Zhang at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, we generate high-purity, subtype-specific neurons that rapidly mature. Multiple neuron subtypes relevant to a range of disorders are available. Additionally, any of these neurons can be made in custom batches from 50 million to 10 billion neurons from iPSC or ESC lines selected by the customer.

BBInternational

2312 -2314 Vondron Road Madison, Wisconsin WI 53718, USABBInternational offers assay development, custom conjugation, colloids, and contract manufacturing services.

BioSystem Development

BioSystem Development, LLC 802 Deming Way, Suite 172 Madison, WI 53717BioSystem Development provides AssayMAP products for bioprocess services and chromatography.

BellBrook labs

5500 Nobel Dr #230 Madison, WI, 53711 United StatesBellBrook Labs provides a variety of biochemical assay development and lead discovery services to advance your target into a screen faster and with confidence. Assay Development Services Include: Custom Assay Development, Target Protein Sourcing/Production, Assay Optimization with Target Protein, Assay Validation – Pilot Screens, and Interference Screens. Lead Discovery Services Include: Inhibitor Screening, Inhibitor Potency Profiling, Inhibitor Selectivity Profiling, Residence Time Measurements, and Mechanism of Action Studies.

BellBrook labs

5500 Nobel Drive, Suite 250, Madison, WI 53711BellBrook Labs provides a variety of biochemical assay development and lead discovery services to advance your target into a screen faster and with confidence. Assay Development Services Include: Custom Assay Development, Target Protein Sourcing/Production, Assay Optimization with Target Protein, Assay Validation – Pilot Screens, and Interference Screens. Lead Discovery Services Include: Inhibitor Screening, Inhibitor Potency Profiling, Inhibitor Selectivity Profiling, Residence Time Measurements, and Mechanism of Action Studies.

BellBrook labs

Madison, WI United StatesBellBrook Labs provides a variety of biochemical assay development and lead discovery services to advance your target into a screen faster and with confidence. Assay Development Services Include: Custom Assay Development, Target Protein Sourcing/Production, Assay Optimization with Target Protein, Assay Validation – Pilot Screens, and Interference Screens. Lead Discovery Services Include: Inhibitor Screening, Inhibitor Potency Profiling, Inhibitor Selectivity Profiling, Residence Time Measurements, and Mechanism of Action Studies.

Biomax Informatics

1101 Wisconsin 69 New Glarus, WI, 53574 United StatesBiomax is a global provider of tailored software solutions for the life sciences (pharma, biotechnology, agro) and healthcare. The unique technological features of our core product, the BioXM™ Knowledge Management Environment, allow highly complex questions to be addressed quickly, reliably and cost effectively. Biomax enables users to master the complex process of learning and leveraging how living systems function, change and evolve. We facilitate building knowledge through fully digital data and information management, semantic integration of heterogeneous data and tools, and systematic learning based on scientific evidence.

Brady Medical Solutions

6555 W. Good Hope Road P.O. Box 571 Milwaukee, WI 53201-0571 USABrady Medical Solutions provides one-source design, engineering, contract manufacturing, packaging, and regulatory support.

Bemis

2200 Badger Avenue P.O. Box 2968 Oshkosh, WI 54904Bemis does much more than create exceptional packaging for food, consumer product, healthcare, and industrial applications. We work collaboratively with forward-thinking companies to find better ways to succeed. With 60 facilities in 11 countries worldwide, we offer unmatched size and scope. Our 17,000 employees focus on helping each customer move ahead, one success at a time.

Bio-Technical Resources

1035 South 7th Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin USA 54220Bio-Technical Resources offers microbial strain improvement, construction, fermentation, and scale up services.

CELLSCRIPT

Madison, WI United StatesCELLSCRIPT supplies kits for in vitro transcription, 5' RNA capping, 3' RNA polyadenylation, and poly(A)-tailed mRNA synthesis.

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Pediatric Translational Research Unit

8915 W. Connell Ct. P.O. Box 1997 Milwaukee, WI 53226The Pediatric TRU is conveniently located on C2 - just behind the main welcome desk. You can access the P-TRU via the West Lobby main staircase or taking the R elevators to the 2nd floor. The Pediatric TRU provides nursing care for research subjects and their families. Care, from infancy through adulthood, is individualized to meet a variety of research needs. TRU Services: Research Coordination Support - EPIC Credentialed Research Trainer, IRBnet navigation assistance, budget consultation, and FDA regulation assistance Nursing support - coordination and study support IV starts, Investigation Drug Administration, and Phlebotomy - Ability to draw clinical labs at the time of the research draw. 12 Lead ECG support (not reading/interpreting) Simple lab spinning, storing, and shipping of specimens. TRU Lab: refrigerated and standard centrifuge machines; Baker Hood for maximum safety when processing specimens and sterile alliquoting; NAEC lab pick up site; all staff are IATA/DOT trained. Bod Pod and Pea Pod for body composition measurement Ambulatory BP Monitoring equipment available for check out All RNs are PALS certified nurses

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin CRI Pediatric Biobank and Analytical Tissue Core

Children's Research Institute, 4th floor 8701 Watertown Plank Rd. Wauwatosa, WI 53226The Pediatric Biobank and Analytical Tissue Core provides quality-controlled banking of human pediatric tissues for clinical trials, researcher-driven projects, and future, undetermined research projects. Examples of specimens banked include: blood, benign and malignant tumors, vascular anomalies, bone marrow aspirate, developmental malformations, normal tissue, placenta, DNA, RNA, and cryo-preserved cell lines. The bank also offers nucleic acid extraction. Operated by the Pediatric Pathology Division at the Medical College of Wisconsin and Children's Research Institute, the Pediatric Biobank is open to all investigators at collaborating institutions. The Pediatric Biobank receives major support from the MACC fund and the CRI.

CAMECA

CAMECA Instruments, Inc. 5500 Nobel Drive Madison WI 53711, USA

Covance Clinical Research Inc

Covance Madison 3402 Kinsman Blvd Madison, WI 53704

Commercial Testing Lab

514 Main Street Colfax, WI, 54730 United StatesCTL is an organization dedicated to working with people in all facets of the food industry worldwide. Our goal is to give the most accurate test results in an efficient, timely and highly confidential manner.

Cedarburg-Hauser Pharmaceuticals

870 Badger Circle Grafton WI 53024 USACedarburg-Hauser Pharmaceuticals offers API manufacturing, process development, stability testing, natural product services, and extraction services.

Cell Line Genetics

510 Charmany Drive, Suite 254 Madison, WI, 53719 United StatesCell Line Genetics (CLG) is the leading provider of characterization and quality assurance services for the regenerative medicine, cell therapy, gene therapy and cancer research market. Out clients include large academic institutes, biotech and pharmaceutical companies using cells in research and therapy development. Our services include multi-species cytogenetics, cell authentication and profiling, interphase and metaphase FISH (gene-specific), aCGH characterization, gene-editing (CRISPR/Cas9) on-site and off-site validation, transgene mapping and custom assays. Expertise on multi species ESCs, IPSCs, primary cells, cancer cells and CAR-Ts.

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin CRI Quantitative Health Sciences

Children’s Research Institute, 3rd floor 8701 Watertown Plank Rd. Wauwatosa, WI 53226Our mission is to provide scientifically valid, efficient and dependable research support for study design, data management and analysis of laboratory, animal and clinical studies. In partnership with Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Research Institute, the Quantitative Health Sciences team helps train junior researchers, work with more mature researchers in obtaining and maintaining funding, and develop standardized data management protocols which facilitate the collection of quality data. We provide assistance with: Study design Biostatistical consultation Biostatistical design Biostatistical analysis Proposal review and development (including grant proposals) Institutional Review Board application preparation Survey development Data collection tool development (including scannable forms) Database development

Create-A-Pack, Inc.

1880 Executive Dr. Oconomowoc, WI 53066Create‐A‐Pack Foods specializes in the manufacturing and packaging of both liquid and dry food products. We are a full cooking, processing, blending, and packaging facility that utilizes the 21 CFR guidelines as well as SQF 2000 Level 3 Requirements to produce safe, quality, consistent product for our customers. By fulfilling key industry standard requirements at a maximum level, Create‐A‐Pack meets the highest level of expectations.

Cambridge Major Laboratories

Germantown, WI, USACambridge Major Laboratories provides custom synthesis, GMP manufacturing, analytical method development, ICH stability studies, and route scouting.

Cambridge Major Laboratories

Germantown, WI United StatesCambridge Major Laboratories provides custom synthesis, GMP manufacturing, analytical method development, ICH stability studies, and route scouting.

Comparative Ophthalmic Research Laboratories (CORL)

600 Highland Avenue F4/341 Madison, Wi 53792Comparative Ophthalmic Research Laboratories (CORL) offers clinical comparative ophthalmology, ocular pathology, ocular pharmacology, ocular toxicology, and molecular biology services.

Cytologics

1225 Discovery Pkwy Wauwatosa, WI, 53226 United StatesCytologics is a provider of human biospecimens for biomedical research, drug discovery and diagnostic development. The company offers a one-stop-solution for human primary cells including PBMCs and immune cell subsets. Customers can access customized procurement, isolation, and testing services to meet their research protocols. Cytologics combines a team of scientific experts, a best-in-class cell manufacturing operation and an expansive network of well-characterized donors to ensure fresh material is available to customers with industry-leading turnaround time.

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin CRI Imaging Core

Children's Research Institute, 4th floor 8701 Watertown Plank Rd. Wauwatosa, WI 53226We work with investigators at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Research Institute and other collaborating institutions to provide fee-based assisted and unassisted access to a variety of state-of-the-art microscopic imaging systems. Operated by the Pediatric Pathology Division at the Medical College of Wisconsin and Children's Research Institute, our microscopy-based Imaging Core is open to all investigators at collaborating institutions. Access to microscopic and imaging systems is controlled, monitored and protected by sign-up sheets, card reader entry and individualized computer account sign-on. Unassisted use of Imaging Core equipment requires prescribed training, demonstration of competency and approval by the core director. For additional information regarding the core's policies or resources, contact the core imaging specialist, Suresh Kumar, PhD, at (414) 955-2448. Investigators already affiliated with Children’s Research Institute can find more information about the Imaging Core’s equipment, fees and policies on the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin intranet.

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin CRI Flow Cytometry Core

Suite 5050, MACC Fund Research Center The Medical College of Wisconsin 8701 Watertown Plank Rd. Wauwatosa, WI 53226Shared by the Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center and Children’s Research Institute, the Flow Cytometry Core is an advanced technology facility that assists investigators with evaluating cell populations based on surface and intracellular antigen expression, apoptosis, bead-based cytokine detection, and cell cycle analysis. Although the facility is primarily used by researchers at MCW and CRI, it’s also available to collaborators at other institutions. Services include: Access to multiple cytometer and cell sorting instruments Training on instrumentation Cell-sorting services Consultation to investigators regarding experiment design and protocol development based on instrument capabilities. The facility can advise antibody and fluorochrome selection based on targets of interest, appropriate compensation controls when needed, and provide software support for data analysis. After training by the facility’s staff, users may run their own experiments on the Calibur and LSR II instruments. Experiments requiring cell sorting are scheduled and executed by the facility staff on the Aria Special Order Systems.

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin CRI Flow Cytometry Core

Wauwatosa, WI, 53226 United StatesShared by the Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center and Children’s Research Institute, the Flow Cytometry Core is an advanced technology facility that assists investigators with evaluating cell populations based on surface and intracellular antigen expression, apoptosis, bead-based cytokine detection, and cell cycle analysis. Although the facility is primarily used by researchers at MCW and CRI, it’s also available to collaborators at other institutions. Services include: Access to multiple cytometer and cell sorting instruments Training on instrumentation Cell-sorting services Consultation to investigators regarding experiment design and protocol development based on instrument capabilities. The facility can advise antibody and fluorochrome selection based on targets of interest, appropriate compensation controls when needed, and provide software support for data analysis. After training by the facility’s staff, users may run their own experiments on the Calibur and LSR II instruments. Experiments requiring cell sorting are scheduled and executed by the facility staff on the Aria Special Order Systems.

ChemDesign

2 Stanton Street · Marinette, WI 54143

Coating Place

200 Paoli Street Verona WI 53593 USACoating Place offers wurster fluid-bed coating processes for feasability studies, formulation development, process validation and contract manufacturing.

ConjuGon Inc.

505 South Rosa Road Madison, WI, 53719 United StatesConjuGon, Inc. is focused on developing fundamentally new products to eliminate bacterial infections.

CELLSCRIPT

726 Post Road Madison, WI 53713 USACELLSCRIPT supplies kits for in vitro transcription, 5' RNA capping, 3' RNA polyadenylation, and poly(A)-tailed mRNA synthesis.

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

8915 West Connell Avenue Wauwatosa, WI, 53226 United StatesNothing matters more than our children. At Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, we believe that kids deserve the best. Our belief drives everything we do. It defines our vision for the future and our mission for today.

Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Milwaukee VA Medical Center)

5000 W National Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53295The Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center is located on 125 acres on the western edge of Milwaukee and part of VA Integrated Services Network 12 (VISN 12), which includes facilities in Iron Mountain, MI; Tomah and Madison, WI, and North Chicago, Hines, and Chicago. The Medical Center delivers primary, secondary, and tertiary medical care in 168 care acute operating beds and provides over 500,000 visits annually through an extensive outpatient program. The nursing home care unit of 113 beds offers geriatric programming and the 356 domiciliary beds are the locus of programs in Substance Abuse Rehabilitation, Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder care. In an effort to improve access to veterans in Milwaukee County, the VAMC has deployed a mobile clinic that provides primary care four days a week to veterans. The Medical Center also assists the Vet Center located in the City of Milwaukee. In addition, this Medical Center participates in a four-way partnership with the WDVA, the Center for Veterans Issues, Ltd., and the Social Development Commission, to operate Vets Place Central, a 72-bed transitional housing program. Milwaukee also has community based outpatient clinics in Appleton, Cleveland, Green Bay, and Union Grove, Wisconsin. These programs serve a veteran population of 234,953 in southeastern and east central Wisconsin. Special programs include interventional radiology, cardiac surgery, comprehensive cancer care including radiation therapy, an extensive telemedicine program with the Iron Mountain, MI VAMC, a Spinal Cord Injury Unit, and, in long term care, a Geriatric Evaluation and Management Program and a palliative care program.

Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Milwaukee VA Medical Center)

5000 W National Ave. Milwaukee, WI, 53295 United StatesThe Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center is located on 125 acres on the western edge of Milwaukee and part of VA Integrated Services Network 12 (VISN 12), which includes facilities in Iron Mountain, MI; Tomah and Madison, WI, and North Chicago, Hines, and Chicago. The Medical Center delivers primary, secondary, and tertiary medical care in 168 care acute operating beds and provides over 500,000 visits annually through an extensive outpatient program. The nursing home care unit of 113 beds offers geriatric programming and the 356 domiciliary beds are the locus of programs in Substance Abuse Rehabilitation, Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder care. In an effort to improve access to veterans in Milwaukee County, the VAMC has deployed a mobile clinic that provides primary care four days a week to veterans. The Medical Center also assists the Vet Center located in the City of Milwaukee. In addition, this Medical Center participates in a four-way partnership with the WDVA, the Center for Veterans Issues, Ltd., and the Social Development Commission, to operate Vets Place Central, a 72-bed transitional housing program. Milwaukee also has community based outpatient clinics in Appleton, Cleveland, Green Bay, and Union Grove, Wisconsin. These programs serve a veteran population of 234,953 in southeastern and east central Wisconsin. Special programs include interventional radiology, cardiac surgery, comprehensive cancer care including radiation therapy, an extensive telemedicine program with the Iron Mountain, MI VAMC, a Spinal Cord Injury Unit, and, in long term care, a Geriatric Evaluation and Management Program and a palliative care program.

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin CRI Histology Core

CRI/TBRC Histology Core Facility Children's Research Institute, 4th floor 8701 Watertown Plank Rd. Wauwatosa, WI 53226We offer a broad range of high quality histological and immunohistochemical services on a fee-for-service basis to investigators from Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Research Institute and other institutions. Our full-service Histology Core, operated in conjunction with the Pediatric Pathology Division of the Department of Pathology, offers internal and external users the following services: Frozen and fixed tissue embedding Processing Cryostat and microtome sectioning Routine H&E staining Specialized histological staining Immunohistochemical and immunofluorescent staining. Optimization of immunostaining protocols using investigator-provided antibodies Training in histological and immunohistochemical techniques An ASCP-certified histotechnician and an American Board of Pathology-certified pathologist provide quality control.

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin CRI Histology Core

8701 West Watertown Plank Road Wauwatosa, WI, 53226 United StatesWe offer a broad range of high quality histological and immunohistochemical services on a fee-for-service basis to investigators from Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Research Institute and other institutions. Our full-service Histology Core, operated in conjunction with the Pediatric Pathology Division of the Department of Pathology, offers internal and external users the following services: Frozen and fixed tissue embedding Processing Cryostat and microtome sectioning Routine H&E staining Specialized histological staining Immunohistochemical and immunofluorescent staining. Optimization of immunostaining protocols using investigator-provided antibodies Training in histological and immunohistochemical techniques An ASCP-certified histotechnician and an American Board of Pathology-certified pathologist provide quality control.

CTL Foods, Inc

507 Pine Street, Colfax, Wisconsin 54730For over 40 years, CTL has provided services in dry blending and packaging of products - for both national and international customers!

CHIMERx

6143 North 60th St. Milwaukee, WI 53218-1606 USACHIMERx offers biochemicals, reagents, nucleic acid extraction and purification kits.

CDI Bioscience

3587 Anderson Street - suite 103 Madison WI 53704 USACDI Bioscience provides cell line engineering, PACE cell lines, and clone isolation services.

DDN

800 Woodland Prime W127N7564 Flint Drive, Suite 200 Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 USADDN provides Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) solution to life science companies; connecting finance, information systems, commercialization, supply chain, drug safety and sales support.

Dairyland Laboratories, Inc.

217 E. Main Street Arcadia, WI 54612Dairyland Laboratories, Inc. is an independent, full-service agricultural testing laboratory offering accurate and timely analysis of feeds, forages, soil, plant tissues, manure, water, molds, and mycotoxins. Established in 1958 in Arcadia, WI, by Glen Reit, Dairyland Laboratories has grown to be one of the nation’s leading agricultural testing laboratories while maintaining a family-owned business. The laboratory staff, with more than 60 chemists and trained technicians, use wet chemistry and near infrared (NIR) testing methods to deliver important information to agricultural producers, nutrition and crop consultants, feed companies, researchers, crop geneticists and agricultural equipment manufacturers. Dairyland Laboratories’ clients are based in 42 states and 20 foreign countries, including in six Canadian provinces. Dairyland Laboratories’ growth is attributed to professional commitment, a continued investment in modern equipment and systematic techniques to assure you reliable, accurate, and timely results. Dairyland Laboratories is certified and/or participates in Quality Assurance/Quality Control programs from the American Association of Feed Control Officials; National Forage Testing Association; Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection - Certified- Soil Laboratory; Minnesota Department of Agriculture Certified Soil Laboratory; Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship Approved Soil Laboratory; Minnesota Department of Agriculture Certified Manure Laboratory; North American Proficiency Testing Association and the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program.

DNASTAR

Madison, WI, USADNASTAR provides products for sequence analysis, net generation sequencing, genome visualization, and genome assembly.

DNASTAR

Madison, Wisconsin United StatesDNASTAR provides products for sequence analysis, net generation sequencing, genome visualization, and genome assembly.

Deltanoid

1603 Monroe Street Madison, WI, 53711 United StatesDeltanoid Pharmaceuticals Inc. is a dynamic, privately funded biopharmaceutical company based in Madison, Wisconsin, engaged in research, development and commercialization of novel therapies for the treatment of human diseases.

Epicentre Biotechnologies

726 Post Rd Madison WI 53713 USAEpicentre Biotechnologies provides genetic analysis, gene services, genomic cloning, and protein research.

EraGen Biosciences

918 Deming Way Madison WI 53717-1944 USAEraGen Biosciences provides diagnostic systems, custom software development, bioinformatics, reagents, and technology transfer.

Exact Sciences Corporation

441 Charmany Drive Madison, WI 53719Exact Sciences Corp. (NASDAQ: EXAS) is committed to playing a role in the eradication of colorectal cancer. As part of this mission we are proud to introduce Cologuard. Cologuard is the first noninvasive screening test for colorectal cancer that analyzes both stool DNA and blood biomarkers and has been proven to find 92 percent of cancers and 69 percent of the most advanced precancerous polyps in average risk patients. Cologuard, which is available through healthcare providers, offers people 50 and older at average risk for colorectal cancer an easy-to-use screening test they can do in the privacy of their own home. The company has exclusive intellectual property protecting its noninvasive, molecular screening technology for the detection of diseases of the GI tract.

Flex Biomedical

Madison, WI United States

Functional Biosciences

505 South Rosa Road, Suite 17 Madison, WI 53719Functional Biosciences offers DNA sequencing, cloning, and purification services.

Functional Biosciences

Madison, WI United StatesFunctional Biosciences offers DNA sequencing, cloning, and purification services.

FluGen, Inc.

597 Science Drive Madison, WI, 53711 United StatesAt FluGen we’re dedicated to preventing serious illness in humans by developing the most effective vaccine in the world against all forms of the deadly influenza virus.

Froedtert Hospital

9200 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53226Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Froedtert Hospital, the primary adult teaching affiliate for the Medical College of Wisconsin, is a 516-bed academic medical center that delivers advanced medical care. Froedtert Hospital is nationally recognized for exceptional physicians and nurses, research leadership, specialty expertise and state-of-the-art treatments and technology. It serves as an eastern Wisconsin referral center for advanced medical practice care in 37 specialties and is a major training facility with more than 1,000 medical, nursing and health technical students in training. In partnership with the Medical College, it is also a respected research facility with more than 2,000 research studies, including clinical trials, conducted every year. Froedtert Hospital operates the region’s only adult Level I Trauma Center. Froedtert Hospital is located on the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center campus. Campus partners are the BloodCenter of Wisconsin, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Curative Care Network, the Medical College of Wisconsin, and the Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division. Froedtert Hospital is named for our benefactor, Kurtis R. Froedtert, whose vision, support and energy led to the opening of a new era in health care in 1980.

Fujifilm Cellular Dynamics International

University Research Park 525 Science Drive, Suite 200 Madison WI 53711 USACellular Dynamics International provides drug candidate screening, hERG channel trafficking assays, and repolarization assays using human cardiomyocytes.

GWC Technologies

505 S. Rosa Rd Madison WI 53719GWC Technologies offer SPR based assay services for affinity measurements, epitope characterization, antibody specificity analysis, cell receptor profiling and biosensor development.

GeneTel Laboratories

1202 Ann Street Madison, WI 53713 USAGeneTel Laboratories provides quality reagents and kits for proteomic research, and provides lab plastic wares, antibody products and peptide synthesis as well as antibody production services to the global life science research and biotech industries.

Genetic Visions

3220 Deming Way Suite 160 Middleton, WI 53562-1498Genetic Visions offers genotyping and genetic marker services.

Gala Biotech

8137 Forsythia Street PO Box 620160 Middleton, WI 53562 USAGala Biotech offers cell line development, process development, and cGMP manufacturing of clinical trial material.

Gala Biotech

Middleton, WI United StatesGala Biotech offers cell line development, process development, and cGMP manufacturing of clinical trial material.

Glanbia Nutritionals

1625 10th Street, Suite 202 Monroe, WI 53566 USABEHIND EVERY SOLUTION ARE VALUES THAT HELPED US ARRIVE THERE.

Glanbia Nutritionals

5951 McKee Road, Suite 201 Fitchburg, WI 53719 USABEHIND EVERY SOLUTION ARE VALUES THAT HELPED US ARRIVE THERE.

GEA Process Engineering

1600 O'Keefe Road Hudson, WI 54016 USAGEA Process Engineering is a full service company offering engineering, systems and solutions for powder and liquid processing.

Genesis Midwest Laboratories

N6230 County Highway G Neillsville, WI, 54456 United StatesGenesis Midwest Laboratories provide quality GLP and non GLP research programs to animal drug, pharmaceutical and agricultural companies. Our offices, animal facilities, and equipment provide a modern efficient and pleasant environment for our staff to conduct your research projects. A program of careful maintenance and continual upgrading of all facilities and equipment assures our clients the best possible environment in which their research can be conducted.

Geneva Laboratories

1001 Proctor Drive Elkhorn, Wisconsin 53121Geneva Laboratories offers microbiology, API, biocompatibility, cytoxicity, and chromatography services.

Gilson

3000 Parmenter Street Middleton, WI 53562-0027 USAGilson supplies laboratory consumables and pipette equipment.

Gilson

Middleton, WI United StatesGilson supplies laboratory consumables and pipette equipment.

Genome International Corporation

8000 Excelsior Drive Ste. 202 Madison, WI 53717 USAGenome International Corporation (GIC) focuses on bioinformatics and information technologies to optimize the management, analysis and mining of high-throughput molecular biology data.

Gundersen Medical Foundation

1900 South Avenue La Crosse, WI, 54601 United StatesThe Gundersen Foundation BioBank is a tissue repository established in 2008 to collect and analyze biospecimens. It is funded by the Gundersen Medical Foundation. The BioBank currently houses biospecimens collected from over 20,000 cancer patients. All biospecimens are linked to de-identified pathology and clinical reports. Biospecimens are available to collaborating academic scientists free of charge, and to industrial partners on a fee-for-service basis. The BioBank is a member of the Tissue Source Site for The Cancer Genome Atlas program.

Glenroy

W158 N9332 Nor-X-Way Ave. Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 USAGlenroy provides custom converting of flexible packaging film to printed and unprinted packaging film rollstock and pouches.

Genovac GmbH

Aldevron 441 Charmany Drive Madison, WI 53719 USAAntibody discovery against any target Genovac offers the world’s most advanced antibody discovery solutions. Our innovative immunization technologies combined with our advanced hybridoma and Berkeley Lights Beacon platform provides success against the most challenging targets. We partner with all leading transgenic animal companies and offer everything from cDNA synthesis to antibody sequencing.

Hanson & Associates Research Services

Madison, WI, 53707 United StatesOur scientists have expertise in bacteriology, entomology, plant pathology and physiology, soil science, weed science, and formulation and surfactant chemistry for all pesticides. We have conducted extensive research and development on both agronomic and horticultural crops as well as Turf and Ornamental production systems.

Helix Diagnostics

505 S. Rosa Road Madison, WI 53719Helix Diagnostics offers oligonucleotide and microRNA identification/quantification assays, and associated metabolite profiling, for research interrogations and drug development applications.

Hydrite Chemical Co.

300 N. Patrick Blvd. Brookfield, Wisconsin 53045Hydrite Chemical Co., established in 1929, is one of the largest and most respected providers of chemicals and related services in the United States. We are proud to partner with hundreds of companies to help them make the best products in the world at the lowest possible cost. We offer expertise in chemical distribution, food and dairy sanitation, food ingredients, organic processing, liquid sulfur salts, water treatment, foam control, and compliance management. In addition to industrial chemical distribution, our specialty products are used in many of the products you use and consume daily. We make and supply the ingredients that make your food and beverages more flavorful, the fluoride to treat water and prevent tooth decay, the chemicals to improve water quality, and the cleaners and sanitizers used in the food industry to enhance the quality of our food supply. Differentiators Our strength lies with the technical capacity of our people and the experience they bring to our organization and ultimately, yours. With each employee fully supporting our mission, we are able to give you the technical expertise, innovative science, and personal attention you deserve. Our highly trained staff thinks creatively, investigates options, and develops the best solution for your unique operation. We take time to listen and understand your processes completely and work with you at every step to offer solutions that improve quality and production efficiency. Our focus is on customers, and that's the difference you'll feel. Although our reach is global, we operate facilities close to you to give you the convenience and responsiveness you demand. We quickly respond to your orders, and long lead times required by other suppliers are eliminated. Only Hydrite Chemical Co. offers you these advantages.

Hydrite Chemical Co.

300 N. Patrick Blvd. Brookfield, , Wisconsin , 53045 United StatesHydrite Chemical Co., established in 1929, is one of the largest and most respected providers of chemicals and related services in the United States. We are proud to partner with hundreds of companies to help them make the best products in the world at the lowest possible cost. We offer expertise in chemical distribution, food and dairy sanitation, food ingredients, organic processing, liquid sulfur salts, water treatment, foam control, and compliance management. In addition to industrial chemical distribution, our specialty products are used in many of the products you use and consume daily. We make and supply the ingredients that make your food and beverages more flavorful, the fluoride to treat water and prevent tooth decay, the chemicals to improve water quality, and the cleaners and sanitizers used in the food industry to enhance the quality of our food supply. Differentiators Our strength lies with the technical capacity of our people and the experience they bring to our organization and ultimately, yours. With each employee fully supporting our mission, we are able to give you the technical expertise, innovative science, and personal attention you deserve. Our highly trained staff thinks creatively, investigates options, and develops the best solution for your unique operation. We take time to listen and understand your processes completely and work with you at every step to offer solutions that improve quality and production efficiency. Our focus is on customers, and that's the difference you'll feel. Although our reach is global, we operate facilities close to you to give you the convenience and responsiveness you demand. We quickly respond to your orders, and long lead times required by other suppliers are eliminated. Only Hydrite Chemical Co. offers you these advantages.

Haen Meat Packing, Inc.

600 County Trunk KK Kaukauna, WI 54130Haen Meat Packing, Inc. was established as a family owned and operated business in 1959. After years of experience operating the plant for his brother Leo, Jack Haen and his wife Patricia purchased it in 1975. Built on a strong tradition of product and service quality, the business continues to grow. The facility has expanded several times to accommodate customer demand and to include Jack & Pat's four sons. After the sudden death of their father in 1996, Dan, John, Tim and Tom Haen formed an equal partnership and continue to run the operation with the same family traditions and high standards that were set for them by their parents. Quality products, customer satisfaction and the highest sanitation standards are just a few of the key ingredients in Haen's recipe for success. Haen Meats is a full service meat market featuring custom slaughtering, the finest meat cuts, and a huge selection of cured and smoked meats and sausage products made from their own family recipes. The company has earned over 300 State, National and State Fair awards, including eight Governor's Cups - the highest award given by the Wisconsin Association of Meat Processors for Best Product of the Show in their Cured Meat Championships. Haen Meats has also earned a reputation that keeps customers coming back and welcomes new customers on a regular basis. Serving the entire Fox Valley area and beyond, customers come to experience the personal, friendly service of the Haen Meat Packing Family, which has grown to include very loyal and dedicated employees, all of whom are committed to making your experience at Haen Meats a positive one. We invite you to come see for yourselves.

Intuitive Biosciences

918 Deming Way Suite 100 Madison, WI, 53717 United StatesIntuitive Biosciences develops kits for immunoassays using the Array Intuitive Multiplexing platform (AIM). We transition ELISAs to multiplex, perform research and development, supply IVD kit components, and provide kits and services for non-human primate (NHP) serology screening.

IPS Testing

3211 E Capitol Dr, Appleton, WI 54911IPS Testing provides independent services that touch the lives of millions of people. We are the largest lab that provides specialized testing services to the paper, nonwovens, packaging and consumer products industries.

InvivoSciences

6102 Canyon Parkway McFarland WI 53558InvivoSciences provides 3-d geometrics for cells, predictive detection, clinical trials, compound profiling, engineered tissues, and therapeutic efficacy testing.

Integrated Genomics (Igenbio)

Madison, WI, USAIntegrated Genomics provides microbial genomics, biochemistry, microarray services, sequencing, and metabolic engineering.

Invenra Inc

505 South Rosa Road Madison, WI, 53719 United StatesInvenra Inc. is focused on the biologics market, using a novel drug discovery platform technology that allows Invenra scientists to screen tens of millions of peptides and proteins for biological activity in live cells in less than two weeks.

ImmunoStar

Hudson, WI, 54016 United StatesImmunoStar manufactures and sells a variety of immunohistochemical polyclonal and monoclonal primary antibodies for the neuroscience researcher.

ioGenetics, LLC

3591 Anderson Street, Suite 218 Madison, Wisconsin 53704 Increasing resistance to current antibiotics is a growing public health threat. Creative alternatives to antibiotics are needed to meet this challenge. ioGenetics is developing novel first/best-in-class anti-infectives called “DBAF” (Directed Biocide® antibody fusions) to treat difficult infections such as MRSA and Strep. pneumoniae. DBAF are an alternate approach, using targeted delivery to cause lethal damage to microorganisms. The technology platform uses unique rational design based on uTOPE™ immunoinformatic analysis and a proven manufacturing technology, Rpex™, to discover, design, and produce products. Lead products include DBAF for Staphylococcus aureus (including MRSA) and Cryptosporidium.

J. Tyson & Associates

308 Henriette Ave, Crivitz, WI 54114 USAJ. Tyson & Associates is a Clinical Research Organization offering clinical services.

J. Tyson & Associates

903 South 2nd Street, PO Box 7, Silver Lake, WI 53170J. Tyson & Associates is a Clinical Research Organization offering clinical services.

J. Tyson & Associates

Silver Lake, WI United StatesJ. Tyson & Associates is a Clinical Research Organization offering clinical services.

Kendrick Labs

1202 Ann St. Madison WI 53713 USAKendrick labs offers proteomic services including 2D gel electrophoresis, western blotting and mass spectrometry.

Kendrick Labs

Kendrick Laboratories, Inc 1202 Ann St Monona, WI, 53716 United StatesKendrick labs offers proteomic services including 2D gel electrophoresis, western blotting and mass spectrometry.

Kornacki Microbiology Solutions, Inc.

Bell Tower Lane Hortonville, WI, 54944 United StatesKornacki Microbiology Solutions, Inc. is dedicated to assisting food manufacturers resolve or prevent microbiological food contamination. Our expertise comes from years of working with the needs of the food industry as consultants, educators and scientists. We provide microbiological food safety expertise through service tailored to your unique situation, including consulting, educational workshops and other microbiological services. Call Kornacki Microbiology Solutions for help in addressing your food safety concerns.

Kingchem

4170 S. Nevada Avenue St. Francis, WI, 53235 United StatesKingchem offers custom research and manufacturing services for RSMs, non-GMP intermediates, GMP-intermediates, and final APIs.

Lucigen

2120 W.Greenview Drive Suite 9 Middleton WI 53562 USALucigen provides cloning systems, DNA services, enzymes, protein expression, carbohydrases, and custom services.

Lucigen

Middleton, WI United StatesLucigen provides cloning systems, DNA services, enzymes, protein expression, carbohydrases, and custom services.

Lake Country Foods

132 South Concord Road Oconomowoc, WI, 53066 United StatesAs a leader in Contract Manufacturing you can count on Lake Country Foods to provide world class service in blending, agglomeration, and specialty packaging of powders for the food processing industry. We are also one of just a few companies who manufacture true, natural, malted milk powder used as an ingredient in many consumer products. SQF Certified, we maintain the highest standards for food processing and production.

Lake Charles Clinical Trials

One Lakeshore Dr. Suite 1695Lake Charles Clinical Trials conducts clinical trials in patients for mental disorders.

Luminex

918 Deming Way, Suite 201Luminex provides expression profiling, genomic research, immunodiagnostics, and genetic disease studies. LuminexPLORE Lab is a custom services program that uses industry-leading xMAP technology to offer researchers a competitive edge for scientific breakthroughs. Luminex's team of Applications Scientists are experts in immunoassay and genomic assay development using xMAP and xTAG technologies. Our technologies currently serve a vast community of researchers and scientists with their own custom needs. Whether you are a new assay developer or trying to accelerate your project, LuminexPLORE Lab can help your lab reach its goals faster.

Mirus Bio

545 Science Dr., Suite AMirus Bio provides laboratory reagents, expression vector delivery, and RBAi services.

Marshfield Food Safety

1000 N. Oak Avenue, Marshfield, WI 54449Marshfield Food Safety offers high quality food safety testing with minimal turnaround time having experts who can evaluate your facility and production process for areas that may contribute to food safety problems. For more than 90 years, Marshfield Clinic physicians and scientists have addressed public health issues. Working in concert with more than 740 physicians and scientists at Marshfield Clinic, Food Safety, in conjunction with the human and veterinary laboratories, has the potential to help improve food safety every step along the food chain - from farm to table.

Marshfield Labs

1000 North Oak Avenue Marshfield WI 54449-5795 USAMarshfield Labs cytogenetics, pathology, electron microscopy, immune services, epidemiology, and transfusion services.

Marshfield Labs

Marshfield, WI United StatesMarshfield Labs cytogenetics, pathology, electron microscopy, immune services, epidemiology, and transfusion services.

MOFA Global

P.O. Box 930187 419 Venture Court, Verona, WI 53593MOFA Global is a leading provider of assisted reproduction technologies for porcine, bovine, equine and canine. MOFA was established in 1986 by Mr. Ludwig Simmet and his wife, Rebekah Simmet, to better serve the needs of the North American market. From its headquarters in Verona, Wisconsin, MOFA serves customer needs through its expert sales staff, excellent customer service and maintenance representatives and through on-going product development and in-house manufacturing. MOFA believes that success is tied to continual innovation and education. Since its inception, MOFA has developed many products which are now considered industry standards, such as SpermVision, MiniFlush, and its full line of porcine extenders. In 2004, MOFA Global established the International Center for Biotechnology to continue its commitment to education and innovation. Here, MOFA's team of first-class scientists conduct research in advanced reproduction technologies, molecular biology, cell biology, DNA and genomics, and much more. Seminars and continued education courses are regularly held for the benefit of our customers. As an industry leader, MOFA recognizes the importance of providing products that do not compromise quality or safety. MOFA Global uses clean room manufacturing, industry best practice standards and rigorous quality control testing to ensure functionality and safety before product release. Our facility in Canada began operation in March 1996. From its facilities in Ingersoll, Ontario, MOFA Global distributes a full line of artificial insemination and embryo transfer products for swine, equine, canine, and bovine. MOFA Global provides technical assistance, support, sponsors training and educational seminars for its customers throughout Canada.

Merge Healthcare

900 Walnut Ridge Drive Hartland, WI 53029 USAMerge Healthcare specializes in clinical systems and offers cloud-based solutions for imaging and data analytics.

Material Interface Inc.

N73w22301 Willow View Dr, Sussex, WI 53089

Microbial Discovery Group

5200 W. Ashland Way, Franklin, WI 53132Microbial Discovery Group offers fermentation, aerobic cultivation, scale up and manufacturing services.

Microbial Discovery Group

Franklin, WI, 53132 United StatesMicrobial Discovery Group offers fermentation, aerobic cultivation, scale up and manufacturing services.

Marshfield Clinic PMRP Biobank

Center for Human Genetics Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation 1000 North Oak Avenue – MLR Marshfield, WI 54449Welcome to the population-based PMRP bio-bank, a large collection of biological samples and health information for use in biological research. Genetic information from our 20,000 participants forms a database enabling scientists to study which genes cause disease, which genes predict reactions to drugs, and how environment and genes work together to cause disease. The goal of this project is to learn how to apply genetic science to human health. This knowledge will help researchers develop new medications and diagnostic tests, and will enable physicians to prescribe medications that work best for a particular person. The concept of tailoring healthcare to an individual’s precise genetic profile is known as “Personalized Medicine.”

MG Scientific

8500 107th Street Pleasant Prairie WI 53158MG Scientific provides laboratory equipment and inventory maintenance.

MG Scientific

Pleasant Prairie, WI United StatesMG Scientific provides laboratory equipment and inventory maintenance.

ManPower

100 Manpower PlaceManpower offers staffing services and technologies.

Morgridge Institute for Research

330 N ORCHARD STREET / MADISON, WISCONSIN 53715Improve human health by conducting and translating innovative, interdisciplinary biomedical research in partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison and others, by leveraging our collective strengths in research and education. The Morgridge Institute for Research grew from the remarkable vision of UW-Madison alumni John and Tashia Morgridge. The Morgridges recognized an independent research institute would provide UW-Madison with innovative new ways to conduct biomedical research and educate the community. Drawing inspiration from Stanford’s revolutionary Bio-X Program, which brings together researchers from diverse backgrounds, John believed a similar initiative at Wisconsin would spark new collaborations, create new paths of inquiry in biomedical research, and help UW–Madison stay competitive. Tashia also envisioned the building fostering unique educational opportunities for the community, from K-12 students to lifelong learners.

Metallurgical Associates, Inc.

20900 Swenson Drive Suite 800 Waukesha, WI 53186

Metabiologics

505 South Rosa Road Madison, WI, 53719 United States

Matrix Packaging Machinery

650 Dekora Woods Blvd Saukville, WI 53080 USA

NexStep Biomarkers

5510 Belin Street Madison, WI 53705NexStep Biomarkers provides consulting, in vivo testing, custom electrophysiological analysis software (for spike trains, EEG, and ERPs), and models of animal behavior.

NexStep Biomarkers

Madison, WI United StatesNexStep Biomarkers provides consulting, in vivo testing, custom electrophysiological analysis software (for spike trains, EEG, and ERPs), and models of animal behavior.

Neoclone

1202 Ann St Madison, WI, 53713 United StatesNeoclone provides custom antibody development, antibody products, epitope services, long-term cell line storage, ascites development, and antibody purification.

Nucleus Biologics

505 S. Rosa Road , WI 53719 Suite 28 Madison, WI, 53719 United StatesNucleus Biologics is a global provider of media and supplements for cell-based applications such as cell therapy. Their goal is to return transparency and individual ownership back to the cell-media industry by providing tools to facilitate expedited, cost-effective, individualized, and scalable custom-media solutions. To achieve this, they provide cGMP-quality cell media and components including: • Xeno-free cell culture components • Custom media formulation services through NB-AIR™, an AI-based platform, as well as guided wet-lab formulation services • Expedited and transparent customization and ordering through NB-Lux™ Formulate, customize, and order in scalable quantities that facilitate your research from bench to bioreactor.

Newcomer Supply

2505 Parview Road Middleton, WI 53562-2579 USANewcomer Supply offers a wide variety of stains, fixatives, chemicals, reagents, antibodies, slides and other supplies for clinical and research histology laboratories.

Next Generation Clinical Research

3000 Cahill Main, Suite 214Next Generation Clinical Research offers clinical research services such as clinical trial management, development, monitoring, and data management.

Next Generation Clinical Research

Madison, WI United StatesNext Generation Clinical Research offers clinical research services such as clinical trial management, development, monitoring, and data management.

Nova Molecular Technologies

1 Parker Place Janesville, WI, 53545 United StatesNova Molecular Technologies has been accomplished by offering both custom chemical processing as well as a portfolio of self-marketed specialty chemicals. Our success in the custom manufacturing business has been predicated on being able to Add Value to our customer’s project. To do this, we take an approach which starts with our Sales and Business Development team taking time to understand the needs/goals of the project followed by our technical staff evaluating and integrating the process into our facility and then finishes with our manufacturing and logistics team producing the product and shipping it to the desired location. Safety and Quality are integrated into the process from the beginning.

Organic Valley

One Organic Way La Farge, WI, 54639 United StatesIf a company is going to make a difference in today’s world, it’s going to have to think differently. At Organic Valley, our philosophy and decisions are based on the health and welfare of people, animals and the earth. We’re a mission-driven cooperative, owned by family farmers, and we’ve been leaders in organic agriculture from the very beginning.

Pope Scientific

351 N. Dekora Woods Blvd.Pope Scientific provides chemical processing equipment, engineered systems, and laboratory equipment.

Primorigen Biosciences

510 Charmany DrivePrimorigen Biosciences provides monoclonal antibody, assay, microarray, protein expression, purification, and development services.

Primorigen Biosciences

Madison, WI United StatesPrimorigen Biosciences provides monoclonal antibody, assay, microarray, protein expression, purification, and development services.

PhysioGenix

W229 N1870 Westwood Dr. Waukesha, WI 53186 PhysioGenix provides top-quality, timely services for researchers in the fields of diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, renal disease, and behavioral research. Our services are designed to offer our clients accessibility and affordability in preclinical drug research by providing near real-time data, as well as on-going study design flexibility to meet or exceed all of your research goals.

PhysioGenix

W229 N1870 Westwood Dr. Waukesha, WI 53186 PhysioGenix provides top-quality, timely services for researchers in the fields of diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, renal disease, and behavioral research. Our services are designed to offer our clients accessibility and affordability in preclinical drug research by providing near real-time data, as well as on-going study design flexibility to meet or exceed all of your research goals.

PhysioGenix

Waukesha, WI United States PhysioGenix provides top-quality, timely services for researchers in the fields of diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, renal disease, and behavioral research. Our services are designed to offer our clients accessibility and affordability in preclinical drug research by providing near real-time data, as well as on-going study design flexibility to meet or exceed all of your research goals.

Phyllotech

505 South Rosa Road, Suite 102 Madison, WI 53719PhylloTech is an agricultural biotechnology company located at the University Research Park in Madison, WI. PhylloTech’s technology merges the fields of agriculture, biotechnology, and clean technology to produce environmentally sustainable products that control plant pathogens. We also utilize patented plant biotechnology to produce high-value proteins in a safe and cost-effective manner. Vision We envision a future that doesn’t require toxic chemicals to protect our crops or our lawns. We are working toward that vision by developing innovative natural products that inhibit diseases but limit environmental impact. We also envision a future where everything from industrial materials to biopharmaceuticals can be made in a sustainable and environmentally-friendly manner.

Pharmaceutical Product Development (PPD)

8551 Research Way, Suite 90 Middleton, WI 53562-4663 United StatesPPD offers central lab services, bioanalytical services, biomarker discovery services, assay development services, cGMP analytical services, CMC consulting, and pharmacology services.

Pharmaceutical Product Development (PPD)

3230 Deming Way Middleton, WI 53562-1463 United StatesPPD offers central lab services, bioanalytical services, biomarker discovery services, assay development services, cGMP analytical services, CMC consulting, and pharmacology services.

ProteinCT Biotechnologies

501 Charmany Drive Madison, WI, 53719 United StatesThe mission of ProteinCT Biotechnologies LLC is to bring the research community a comprehensive set of high quality solutions for protein functional research, with a focus on the study of disease biology.

Philip Chang, consultant

3494 N Humboldt Blvd Milwaukee, WI, 53212 United StatesScientific Consultant specializing in mathematical modeling and numerical methods. Some knowledge of Physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling in coding up models and implementing numerical solutions. Extensive experience in fluid dynamics.

Prime Behavior Testing Laboratories (PBTLI)

4151 Stonegate DrivePrime Behavior Testing Laboratories (PBTLI) offers behavioral testing services.

Pike Technologies

6125 Cottonwood Drive, Madison, WI, 53719, USAPike Technologies provides spectroscopy and imaging equipment.

Pack Logix

5700 West Douglas Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53218

Palmer Analytical Services

200 South Executive Drive , Suite 101 Brookfield, WI 53005 USAPalmer Analytical Services specializes in environmental, agricultural, food science and energy technology testing.

Panigen

Blanchardville, WI, 53516 United StatesPanigen specializes in the production of monoclonal and polyclonal antisera and offers custom antibody development services.

Parexel

30/F, Unit G & HParexel 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.

Parexel

University Research ParkParexel 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.

PCI Synthesis

9 Opportunity WayPCI Pharma Services offers Development, packaging and manufacturing services for normal and highpotent drugs (solid dose, liquids and semi-solids).

PreventionGenetics

3800 South Business Park Ave Marshfield, Wisconsin, 54449 United StatesPreventionGenetics is a full-service molecular genetics laboratory, offering one of the most comprehensive genetic test menus in the world. Other features of PreventionGenetics include: - Geneticist-led company where quality, access to our geneticists and genetic counselors, and value are paramount. - Clinical and research services (basic R&D, clinical trial recruitment, and trial testing support) - Single-gene, panel, and exome testing available; genome sequencing coming soon. - Custom testing available. - Sponsored testing programs to identify clinicians with patients who have rare disease. - Receive samples from more than 90 countries around the world.

PRA Health Sciences

9755 Ridge DriveAt PRA Health Sciences, providing innovative solutions for our clients is what we do. But innovation just for the sake of innovation isn’t why we do it. Side-by-side with our clients, we strive to move drug discovery forward, to help them develop life-saving and life- improving drugs. We help change people’s lives for the better every single day. It’s who we are. Innovating to help people is at the heart of our process, but it’s even more than that. It’s also our privilege.

Piramal Healthcare

247 Business ParkPiramal Healthcare provides custom manufacturing services.

Protein Mods

Madison, WI United StatesProtein Mods offers custom protein production, antibody production, protein conjugation and peptide synthesis.

Quality Packaging

851 Sullivan Dr. Fond du Lac, WI 54935QPI is the leader in single-vendor packaging solutions. From concept to the retail floor. When we say "packaging from start-to-finish, we mean it!”

Radix Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

1334 International Drive Eau Claire, WI 54701Radix Laboratories was established in 1979 in a response to consumer demand for high quality products at reasonable prices. Radix is registered with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and regularly inspected for compliance to Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP), which permits us to manufacture and distribute veterinary and human pharmaceutical, nutritional, and cosmetic products. The facility is 31,300 square feet in size and offers a variety of products. Radix Laboratories is uniquely situated in the Midwestern United States, centrally located in Eau Claire, WI. Currently, Radix offers products to a nationwide customer base with approximately 300 customers locally and nationally. Radix markets mainly to veterinary clinics. Our success is driven by competitive pricing, as well as our unparalleled commitment to quality and customer service. Through its ongoing R&D projects, Radix continues to research, develop and add new products to its existing line. Radix Laboratories maintains a state of the art Quality Assurance and Microbiology department, where each product manufactured first goes through a vigorous research and development phase. Prior to a product being manufactured at full-scale production, Process Validation and Stability Studies are completed to ensure the highest quality and batch uniformity required of cGMP standards. Products manufactured at Radix are placed in a controlled incubation chamber where accelerated and shelf life stability testing is performed. Radix Laboratories prides itself in having a friendly, committed, and competent staff, who enjoys being challenged. With a staff of qualified and ambitious employees, Radix is dedicated to researching, developing, manufacturing, and marketing high quality products with assurance that all aspects of predetermined specifications and quality standards have been achieved. Radix is dedicated and committed to sustaining and strengthening customer/company bonds through continual improvements to current and future products, with a goal of providing customers the highest quality pharmaceutical and nutritional products at affordable prices.

Roche NimbleGen

1 Science Court Madison WI 53711 USARoche NimbleGen provides DNA methylation analysis, proteomics, comparative genome sequencing, and microarray services.

Roche NimbleGen

500 S. Rosa Road Madison, WI, 53719 United StatesRoche NimbleGen provides DNA methylation analysis, proteomics, comparative genome sequencing, and microarray services.

Research Concierge™

525 Science Dr. Madison, WI, 53711 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Research Concierge™

12575 Uline Drive Pleasant Prairie, WI, 53158 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Research Concierge™

2800 Woods Hollow Road Madison, WI, 53711 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Ridglan Farms, Inc.

PO Box 318 Mt. Horeb, WI 53572 USVision Statement To provide Purpose Bred Beagles for research that increase scientific knowledge and exceeds the expectation of the research community. Ridglan Farms, Inc. is a licensed USDA Class A dog breeder of purpose bred beagles, as well as a Class R research facility which is operated as a restricted entry facility.

Ridglan Farms, Inc.

Ridglan Farms, Inc. Blue Mounds, WI United StatesVision Statement To provide Purpose Bred Beagles for research that increase scientific knowledge and exceeds the expectation of the research community. Ridglan Farms, Inc. is a licensed USDA Class A dog breeder of purpose bred beagles, as well as a Class R research facility which is operated as a restricted entry facility.

Specialized Stem Cells

Plymouth, WI USASpecialized Stem Cells (SSC) develops technologies to differentiate human pluripotent cells into mesoderm progenitors and their functional derivatives such as myocytes and endothelium.

Solvias

2125 Center Ave. Suite 500Solvias offers a broad range of scientific analytical services including but not limited to method development and validation for physical chemistry and bioanalytical methods, routine testing under GMP and ISO, stability studies and storage, microbiology, bioassays, protein characterization for the CMC part of your dossier, screening, DNA sequencing, qPCR, extractables and leachables studies, trace analysis, solid state analysis, API and custom chemical synthesis services sich as synthesis, catalysis and ligand production. We serve the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical market as well as the cell and gene therapies space. We Also work with medical devices. We operate out of one hub in the Basel area in Switzerland.

Stemina Biomarker Discovery

504 S. Rosa Rd. Suite 150 Madison, Wisconsin, 53719 United StatesStemina has pioneered development of all human, cell-based tests to screen compounds for their potential to cause birth defects or cardiotoxicity. Our devTOX quickPredict assay is highly predictive of developmental toxicity, as shown in a joint US EPA study published in Toxicological Sciences, and is the only commercially available human-based screen. Our Cardio quickPredict assay assesses structural and functional cardiotoxicity with high accuracy, as published in Toxicological Sciences.

Spaulding Clinical Research

525 S Silverbrook Dr West Bend, WI 53095Spaulding Clinical Research offers clinical research services including bioavailability and bioequivalence studies.

Scientific Commercialization

6515 Grand Teton Plaza, Suite 210Scientific Commercialization provides financial analysis, market overviews, product development, and product commercialization.

Surpass

Greater Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul Area) 803 Prospect Ave Osceola, WI 54020Surpass’ innovative approach to preclinical research goes beyond the ordinary. We're changing the rules for a better way to get from concept to reality. Surpass is a leading preclinical contract research organization (CRO) in the heart of medical innovation, the Greater Twin Cities, with recognized expertise in surgical and interventional studies for medical devices, pharmaceuticals, biologics, and combination products. Our preclinical testing services in large in vivo models and human cadavers span the product development cycle (proof-of-concept, early feasibility, iterative prototype evaluations, surgical modeling, human factors assessments, validation, pharmacokinetics (PK), GLP/safety studies, and physician bio-skills training). At Surpass, we bring more to our client partners. Our award-winning Research Team provides insightful solutions and assistance every step of the way, offering expert advice and the level of comprehensive support needed to make your study successful – the first time. For the medtech or biotech entrepreneur, Surpass has a series of support programs specifically designed for early-stage medical innovation. Whether you need assistance completing the preclinical components of a grant submission package, or help in selecting the appropriate model and refining your study design, our team stands ready to support you as active members of your team. For an experienced translational research partner to advance your product to market, look to Surpass – a committed member of the medical innovation continuum. More information about Surpass’ can be found at www.surpassinc.com.

Surpass

803 Prospect Ave Osceola, WI, 54020 United StatesSurpass’ innovative approach to preclinical research goes beyond the ordinary. We're changing the rules for a better way to get from concept to reality. Surpass is a leading preclinical contract research organization (CRO) in the heart of medical innovation, the Greater Twin Cities, with recognized expertise in surgical and interventional studies for medical devices, pharmaceuticals, biologics, and combination products. Our preclinical testing services in large in vivo models and human cadavers span the product development cycle (proof-of-concept, early feasibility, iterative prototype evaluations, surgical modeling, human factors assessments, validation, pharmacokinetics (PK), GLP/safety studies, and physician bio-skills training). At Surpass, we bring more to our client partners. Our award-winning Research Team provides insightful solutions and assistance every step of the way, offering expert advice and the level of comprehensive support needed to make your study successful – the first time. For the medtech or biotech entrepreneur, Surpass has a series of support programs specifically designed for early-stage medical innovation. Whether you need assistance completing the preclinical components of a grant submission package, or help in selecting the appropriate model and refining your study design, our team stands ready to support you as active members of your team. For an experienced translational research partner to advance your product to market, look to Surpass – a committed member of the medical innovation continuum. More information about Surpass’ can be found at www.surpassinc.com.

Sterling Pharma Solutions

W132 N 10550 Grant Drive Germantown, WI, 53022 United StatesSterling Pharma Solutions is a global contract development and manufacturing organisation with world-class facilities in the UK and US. Combining a full-service offering with expert knowledge and technical agility to offer API development and cGMP contract manufacturing capabilities the team can support projects through the entire product lifecycle from grams to tonnes. Sterling offers flexible and tailored solutions that suit individual customers’ needs and is capable of handling even the most hazardous chemical processes safely. The 400+ strong team is committed to delivering excellent standards of service, quality and speed and works to manage complexity throughout the entire project lifecycle. The company has an industry leading compliance culture and is dedicated to adding value through continuous improvement, demonstrated through its ongoing investment into its Technology and Innovation programme which, together with local academia and other organisations explores new and improved ways of operating and achieving the best results. With over 50 years’ experience of delivering first-class service to the pharmaceutical industry the exceptionally talented team combine their unrivalled knowledge and skillset with first-class customer service to ensure high quality project delivery, every time. That’s the Sterling way.

Sinai Samaritan Medical Center

945 N 12th St Milwaukee, WI 53233From preventive and diagnostic care to some of the most advanced medicine in the world, we’re dedicated to putting the patient at the center of all we do. Located in downtown Milwaukee, we offer comprehensive, state-of-the-art services and expert doctors in an atmosphere designed to promote healing and overall well-being. We are also home to tomorrow’s health care professionals and pioneering treatment options, with the University of Wisconsin Medical School’s Milwaukee Clinical Campus at our location.

Sinai Samaritan Medical Center

945 N 12th St Milwaukee, , WI , 53233 United StatesFrom preventive and diagnostic care to some of the most advanced medicine in the world, we’re dedicated to putting the patient at the center of all we do. Located in downtown Milwaukee, we offer comprehensive, state-of-the-art services and expert doctors in an atmosphere designed to promote healing and overall well-being. We are also home to tomorrow’s health care professionals and pioneering treatment options, with the University of Wisconsin Medical School’s Milwaukee Clinical Campus at our location.

SciLog

8845 S. Greenview Dr. Suite 4SciLog provides bioprocessing systems, sensor products, and benchtop systems.

Stem Pharm Inc

5520 Nobel Drive Fitchburg, WI, 53711 United StatesStem Pharm specializes in developing synthetic hydrogels for cell expansion and assay development. We perform fee-for-service work in cell based assay design and execution, biomaterial design and screening, transcriptional analysis, high content imaging assays and protein analysis. General capabilities Fully equipped to carry out experiments in cellular and molecular biology and biochemistry. Stem Pharm is a member of the University of Wisconsin Advanced Manufacturing Industrial Consortium (AMIC) and through this organization has access to shared facilities within the Materials Science Center, the Soft Materials Laboratory and the Wisconsin Center for Applied Microelectronics (WCAM). Stem Pharm has access on a fee for service basis to RNA sequencing and bioinformatics and confocal imaging capabilities from the UW Biotech Center and Imaging Core.

Stem Pharm Inc

5520 Nobel Dr, Suite 100 Madison, WI, 53711 United StatesStem Pharm specializes in developing synthetic hydrogels for cell expansion and assay development. We perform fee-for-service work in cell based assay design and execution, biomaterial design and screening, transcriptional analysis, high content imaging assays and protein analysis. General capabilities Fully equipped to carry out experiments in cellular and molecular biology and biochemistry. Stem Pharm is a member of the University of Wisconsin Advanced Manufacturing Industrial Consortium (AMIC) and through this organization has access to shared facilities within the Materials Science Center, the Soft Materials Laboratory and the Wisconsin Center for Applied Microelectronics (WCAM). Stem Pharm has access on a fee for service basis to RNA sequencing and bioinformatics and confocal imaging capabilities from the UW Biotech Center and Imaging Core.

StableBody Technologies, LLC

4675 Signature Drive Middleton, WI, 53562 United StatesSTABLEBODY TECHNOLOGIES LLC (“SBT”) is a protein engineering and protein reagent development company based in Madison, Wisconsin and founded in 2009. Protein engineering involves the re-design and modification of proteins to make the proteins work better in particular applications. SBT has developed trade secret methods utilizing proprietary algorithms and databases, coupled with machine learning methods to more efficiently re-design and modify proteins for research, diagnostic, and therapeutic applications. SBT is involved in the product manufacturing of the protein CD45, which is one of the most highly used products in the BioMedical world of proteins used. SBT designs proteins that will perform better and be more thermally stable with similar or increased affinity. An example of this is its contract success with The United States Defense Department in which SBT successfully converted the storage requirements for bio-terror antidote reagents eliminating freezer storage requirements and allowing for room temperature or outdoor ambient storage temperatures. (e.g., increased thermal stability from 131F to 171F). Another dynamic market for SBT’s thermal stability and affinity data engineering is a client who would then be able to ship their manufactured product without refrigeration during shipping. (A 25 μg sample can be provided to qualifying researchers.)

Scientific Protein Laboratories

700 E Main St Waunakee, WI, 53597 United StatesScientific Protein Laboratories API intermediates, scale up, microbiology, extraction and purification services.

Teel Plastics. Inc.

1060 Teel Court Baraboo, WI, 53913 United States

ThedaCare

PO Box 8003 Appleton, WI 54912-8003ThedaCare’s mission is to improve the health of our communities.

Takara Bio

5980 Executive Drive Fitchburg, Wisconsin, 53719 United StatesTakara Bio USA, Inc. (TBUSA, formerly Clontech Laboratories, Inc.), a Takara Bio company, provides kits, reagents, and services that enable life sciences researchers to achieve their experimental objectives. Our products and services under the Takara®, Cellartis®, and Clontech® brands support applications including stem cell research; NGS; gene discovery, regulation, and function studies; protein expression and purification; RNAi and gene editing; and plant and food research. For researchers interested in generating their own custom hiPS/hES lines or hiPS-/hES-derived cells, we offering the following custom stem cell services: sourcing (of material from healthy or diseased individuals), reprogramming, cell banking, gene editing, and directed differentiation to DE cells, beta cells, or hepatocytes. For European researchers, please visit "Takara Bio Europe's profile here":https://app.scientist.com/domain_switcher?redirect=/providers/fb667083-53fc-46b3-abe4-872984c742d7

Thermo Fisher Scientific Phadia

Tech Gate ViennaPhadia provides assay development expertise and tests for immunogenicity assessment of biologicals - from R&D to post-market monitoring utilizing 40+ years of expertise in immunology and assay development. Formerly, Swedish-based Phadia Ab, we are now the Immunodiagnostics division of Thermo Fisher Scientific.

TWD TradeWinds

10555 86th Ave. United States Pleasant Prairie, WI, 53158 United StatesTWD Tradewinds provides permanent sample ID, disposable products, and automated systems.

University of Wisconsin Madison - Department of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics

600 Highland Avenue Madison, WI, 53792 United StatesResearch Key Areas of Inquiry of BMI Faculty Clinical Biostatistics. Application of state-of-the art biostatistical approaches and methods to advancing clinical research, as well as development of new methodologies for clinical trials and related areas. This includes Phase I, II, and III clinical trials as well as other studies conducted in the clinical arena. Some areas of application include cancer, cardiovascular disease, surgery and pediatrics. Areas of methodological development include issues of trial design and analysis of time-to-event (survival) data, among others. Key faculty: DeMets, Chappell, Kim, Gangnon, Yu, Zhao, Fisher, Eickhoff, Cook, Buhr, Kloke. Statistical Genetics and Genomics. Novel statistical methodology development and advanced applications of driven by rapidly evolving and high-dimensional data arising from modern high-throughput biological experiments. This includes such areas as quantitative trait loci study designs, expression and transcription factor analyses, personalized medicine, with special emphasis on experiments arising from next generation sequence technology and associations with human phenotypes. Key faculty: Newton, Kendziorski, Keles, Dewey, Broman, Wang. Bioinformatics. Development and application of machine learning, algorithmic, and networking approaches to problems in genetics and genomics, computational biology, cellular regulation, and cellular function. Key faculty: Shavlik, Page, Craven, Dewey, Coen, Roy, Gitter. Image analysis. Novel statistical and machine learning methodology development and applications aimed at descriptive and comparative analysis of medical images; and use of images in diagnosis, prognostication and prediction, and novel study design. Areas of application include cognitive decline, Alzheimer's disease, affective disorders and autism. Key faculty: Dyer, Chung, Singh. Clinical Informatics. Application of theory and methods in computer sciences, including machine learning, natural language processing, and database models to advancement of quantitative methodology for clinical research and / or improved processes for clinical care. Key faculty: DeMets, Page, Craven, Mendonca. Population Health Biostatistics. Novel biostatistical methodology development and applications in epidemiology, population and clinical observational studies of human health, and health services and health outcomes research. Classic areas of methodological inquiry include errors in measurement, missing data, causal inference, spatial data analysis, longitudinal data analysis, and supervised and unsupervised learning, among others. Key faculty: Palta, Rosenberg, Kim, Page, Gangnon, Rathouz, Yu, Zhao.

USGS Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center

2630 Fanta Reed Road La Crosse, Wisconsin, 54603 United StatesWelcome to the Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC). We are proud to be one of the leading research centers conducting ecological research to support the Department of the Interior's and other local, state and federal resource agencies management of natural resources, fish, and wildlife. For more than a half century we've served the public and our partners by generating quality relevant scientific products and information for the improved management of our natural resources, including water, wildlife and land. We help protect these invaluable resources to improve our health and recreational opportunities for both today's and tomorrow's generations. We are located on an island in the Mississippi River near the city of La Crosse, Wisconsin. It is a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Science Center, located within USGS's Midwest administrative area. The USGS Midwest Region promotes coordination between the Midwest Region Science Centers. UMESC's emphasis is on the Upper Midwest, however, our research, monitoring, and technical assistance efforts extend across the nation and world. The Center's first mission was the control of aquatic invasive species such as sea lamprey, and has since expanded into the study of river ecology, wildlife ecology, the effects of contaminants on fish and wildlife, and geospatial technology (see UMESC's history page). Over the years UMESC has developed partnerships with a variety of other federal departments/agencies, states, educational institutions, and organizations. These partnerships are important in ensuring the relevance of our activities and the utility of our products.

University of Western Ontario

1393 Western RoadUniversity of Western Ontario focuses on research and offers contract services through its facilities and partnered institutions.

UW Cytogenetic Services

465 Henry Mall, Room 419UW Cytogenetic Services offers chromosome analysis services.

University of Wisconsin Health - Clinical Laboratories

American Family Children's Hospital 1675 Highland Ave. Madison,WI 53792

University Wisconsin Center for Great Lakes Studies

600 East Greenfield Avenue Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53204Water is the common denominator among all ecosystems and global biogeochemical cycles. As such, it serves as the focal point for research at the Center for Great Lakes Studies. The Laurentian Great Lakes collectively represent the largest body of fresh water on the surface of the earth. In recognition of the importance of these lakes, the Center for Great Lakes Studies was established at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) in 1966. The Center, administered by the UWM Graduate School, has been designated a UWM Center of Excellence as well as UW-System Regents Center of Excellence, dedicated to research and research training related to natural waters. From its inception, Center scientists have been involved in interdisciplinary research activities that focus on complex physical, chemical and biological processes in lakes and oceans. The product of these endeavors is a deeper understanding of the waters and their inhabitants as evolving ecosystems, responding to natural changes and to human activities. The knowledge gained from these studies has been applied to better predict and manage problems arising from the multifaceted uses of the Great Lakes ecosystem as a resource. The Center, located in the Great Lakes Research Facility on Milwaukee's inner harbor, five miles from the UW-Milwaukee campus, provides an interdisciplinary setting for the exchange of ideas between scientists, engineers and students.

University Wisconsin Center for Great Lakes Studies

600 East Greenfield Avenue Milwaukee, WI, 53204 United StatesWater is the common denominator among all ecosystems and global biogeochemical cycles. As such, it serves as the focal point for research at the Center for Great Lakes Studies. The Laurentian Great Lakes collectively represent the largest body of fresh water on the surface of the earth. In recognition of the importance of these lakes, the Center for Great Lakes Studies was established at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) in 1966. The Center, administered by the UWM Graduate School, has been designated a UWM Center of Excellence as well as UW-System Regents Center of Excellence, dedicated to research and research training related to natural waters. From its inception, Center scientists have been involved in interdisciplinary research activities that focus on complex physical, chemical and biological processes in lakes and oceans. The product of these endeavors is a deeper understanding of the waters and their inhabitants as evolving ecosystems, responding to natural changes and to human activities. The knowledge gained from these studies has been applied to better predict and manage problems arising from the multifaceted uses of the Great Lakes ecosystem as a resource. The Center, located in the Great Lakes Research Facility on Milwaukee's inner harbor, five miles from the UW-Milwaukee campus, provides an interdisciplinary setting for the exchange of ideas between scientists, engineers and students.

University of Wisconsin WSLH Trace Elements Clean Lab

Madison, WI USAThe WSLH provides analysis of most ultra-trace elements, metals, and low-level mercury (both total and methyl) to meet the needs of university and governmental agency researchers. The WSLH can provide a full package from ultra-trace metals sampling using “Clean Sampling Protocol,” pioneered by the University of Wisconsin, for analysis in our state-of-the-art Trace Element Clean Laboratory (TECL) using standard protocols and EPA 1600 series methods to generate data with rigorous QA/QC checks and review. WSLH staff will work with prospective researchers to identify the appropriate analytical techniques required to meet the data quality objectives desired. We analyze both clinical (blood, urine) and environmental (water, soil, aerosol, tissue) samples.

University of Wisconsin WSLH Trace Elements Clean Lab

Madison, WI United StatesThe WSLH provides analysis of most ultra-trace elements, metals, and low-level mercury (both total and methyl) to meet the needs of university and governmental agency researchers. The WSLH can provide a full package from ultra-trace metals sampling using “Clean Sampling Protocol,” pioneered by the University of Wisconsin, for analysis in our state-of-the-art Trace Element Clean Laboratory (TECL) using standard protocols and EPA 1600 series methods to generate data with rigorous QA/QC checks and review. WSLH staff will work with prospective researchers to identify the appropriate analytical techniques required to meet the data quality objectives desired. We analyze both clinical (blood, urine) and environmental (water, soil, aerosol, tissue) samples.

Univ. of Wisconsin SMSF and MCCF

425 Henry MallUniversity of Wisconsin Small Molecule Screening Facility (SMSF) and Medicinal Chemistry Core Facility (MCCF) offers custom synthesis, chemical libraries, scale up synthesis, natural product isolation/purification, mycoplasma testing, cytotoxicity assays, RNAi screening, and HTS services.

University of Wisconsin Biotechnology Center

Madison, WI United StatesUniversity of Wisconsin Biotechnology Center provides gene expression, mass spectrometry, peptide synthesis, DNA synthesis and sequencing services.

Univ. of Wisconsin Institute on Aging

Madison, WI United StatesUniversity of Wisconsin Institute on Aging focuses on aging and age related disorders.

Univ. of Wisconsin Department of Medicine

Madison, WI United StatesUniversity of Wisconsin Department of Medicine focuses on research in many therapeutic areas.

USGS National Wildlife Health Center

6006 Schroeder Road Madison, WI, 53711-6223 United StatesServices: Diagnostic - The Diagnostic Branch conducts cause-of-death determinations, provides diagnostic laboratory investigation of routine and unusual wildlife mortality events, designs and conducts research studies to characterize emerging and other priority pathogens of wildlife, and offers disease consultation services to external partners. Epidemiological - Professionals at the NWHC include wildlife biologists, veterinarians, statisticians, epidemiologists, and informatics specialists. This multidisciplinary group conducts investigations and disease ecology studies of emerging and recurring priority wildlife diseases, maintains and analyzes comprehensive information on wildlife disease events, and provides response and management consultation and training for external partners.

William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital

2500 Overlook Terrace Madison, WI 53705Provides tertiary medical, surgical, neurological, and psychiatric care, and a full range of outpatient services. Serves 130,000 Veterans living in 15 counties in south-central Wisconsin and in five counties in northwestern Illinois. Madison is the specialty care referral center for 57,000 Veterans who reside in the Tomah VAMC primary service area. The Madison VAH is affiliated with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, and is physically connected to the University of Wisconsin Clinical Science Center which includes the UW Hospitals and Clinics. The hospital also supports a Vet Center in Madison. Madison is responsible for community based outpatient clinics (CBOCs) at Janesville, Baraboo, Beaver Dam, WI, and Rockford and Freeport, IL and a primary care annex at Madison West Clinic. The Madison VA Hospital is one of seven facilities that comprise Veterans Integrated Services Network 12 which is administratively headquartered at Hines, IL, and includes facilities in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital

2500 Overlook Terrace Madison, WI, 53705 United StatesProvides tertiary medical, surgical, neurological, and psychiatric care, and a full range of outpatient services. Serves 130,000 Veterans living in 15 counties in south-central Wisconsin and in five counties in northwestern Illinois. Madison is the specialty care referral center for 57,000 Veterans who reside in the Tomah VAMC primary service area. The Madison VAH is affiliated with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, and is physically connected to the University of Wisconsin Clinical Science Center which includes the UW Hospitals and Clinics. The hospital also supports a Vet Center in Madison. Madison is responsible for community based outpatient clinics (CBOCs) at Janesville, Baraboo, Beaver Dam, WI, and Rockford and Freeport, IL and a primary care annex at Madison West Clinic. The Madison VA Hospital is one of seven facilities that comprise Veterans Integrated Services Network 12 which is administratively headquartered at Hines, IL, and includes facilities in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

Wilson Prairie View Farms

406 South Wisconsin Street Elkhorn, Wisconsin , 53121 United StatesThe Wilson family has been farming since the 1870′s. Scott, a fifth generation Wilson, established Wilson Farm Meats in 2004 in order to have a local retail and processing facility available to serve the local clientele. Scott Wilson’s farm, Wilson Prairie View Farms, is located in Walworth County Wisconsin where the pork is raised that is available for purchase at our Elkhorn store. The Wilson family and staff assures you the finest quality Fresh and Frozen Meats, custom cut to your liking. Also bacon, ham, bratwurst, wieners, summer sausage, liver sausage, ring baloney, and much more are smoked at our plant in Elkhorn. Whether you purchase a whole or half beef, pig, or lamb, or, individual retail cut(s) The Wilson family proudly provides you with the finest quality meats from the farm to your table!

Wisconsin BioProducts

6143 North 60th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53218Wisconsin BioProducts offers fermentation services for bacteria, yeast, fungi and algae as well as product manufacturing services.

WiCell Research Institute

504 South Rosa Rd. Suite 101 Madison, WI 53719WiCell Research Institute's Characterization Services include karyotype, FISH, SKY, microplasma, identity by STR, and SNP microarray testing services for pluripotent cell lines. We are now offing GMP Karyotype services and GMP FISH is coming soon!

WiCell Research Institute

504 South Rosa Rd Suite 101 Madison, Wisconsin, 53719 United StatesWiCell Research Institute's Characterization Services include karyotype, FISH, SKY, microplasma, identity by STR, and SNP microarray testing services for pluripotent cell lines. We are now offing GMP Karyotype services and GMP FISH is coming soon!

Waisman Clinical BioManufacturing Facility

University of Wisconsin-MadisonWaisman Clinical BioManufacturing Facility offers plasmid DNA, recombinant proteins, viral vectors, and cell therapeutic services.

Waisman Clinical BioManufacturing Facility

Madison, WI United StatesWaisman Clinical BioManufacturing Facility offers plasmid DNA, recombinant proteins, viral vectors, and cell therapeutic services.

Winona Foods, Inc.

1552 Lineville Road, Green Bay, WI 54313Long before we opened our doors in 1995, Winona Foods was built on a cheese-making heritage. The managing partners at Winona Foods began their journey working at family-owned cheese companies, where they learned the art of cheese making and the pride of quality and customer service. Since then, Winona Foods has expanded its focus in the areas of food-service, industrial ingredients, retail and co-packing industries. Our dedication to providing the highest quality portfolio of products, a dedicated customer service team and exceeding industry standards, makes Winona Foods a leading manufacturer in the industry. Winona Foods, Inc. was founded in 1995 by Terry Steinmann. Originally located in Winona, MN., Terry recognized Green Bay as the focus of the Dairy Industry and, in 2003, relocated the company to Green Bay. Initially a trader of surplus lots of bulk cheeses for dairy manufacturers, today Winona Foods provides a variety of services for dairy manufacturers, industrial and food service customers. With manufacturing distribution centers strategically located throughout the U.S., we can develop, manufacture, package, store and deliver to the highest of standards. From development to delivery--Winona Foods will partner with you every step of the way.

Zepnick Solutions, Inc.

1310 Brookfield Ave., Green Bay, WI 54313Zepnick Solutions, Inc. - A leading Industrial Automation company providing “Personalized Automation Solutions” for your business. Our strategic vision is to be the recognized leader in automation solutions, a leader that people want to work for, buy from and sell to. Our professional staff has an average of over fifteen years of industrial automation experience each. We use this wealth of practical field experience to develop real world business solutions to meet our clients’ manufacturing and production challenges. Our clients choose Zepnick Solutions, Inc. because we make automation work. They know you can depend on Zepnick Solutions, Inc. to deliver results! Trust Zepnick Solutions, Inc. for Automation Solutions that meet your business needs.

Zurex Pharma

2113 Eagle Drive Middleton, WI, 53562 United StatesZurex Pharma, Inc. is a specialty pharma and medical technology company with a novel antimicrobial technology platform.