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3D PARS is a virtual launch pad that provide product driven consultation support to a variety of industries including biotech/pharma. 3D PARS work with core facilities for fast track product development and prototyping efforts.
The Center for Advanced Ceramic Technology (CACT) at Alfred University links industry with academic and technical resources in support of applied research in ceramics and glass. Our emphasis is developing solutions to real-world problems faced by industry to ensure practical and scalable processes. CACT works to help firms develop next-generation ceramic and glass materials and products, and provides access to a suite of analytical services.
Albany Molecular Research Inc. (AMRI) is a global contract research and manufacturing organization that has been working with businesses in the Life Sciences industry to improve patient outcomes and the quality of life for more than two decades. Its key business segments include Discovery and Development Services, Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients and Drug Product Manufacturing.
Established in 1994, ANDRO Computational Solutions is a small, independently owned company. They research and develop expert system solutions in the areas of electromagnetic environmental effects (E³), wireless communication, spectrum management, radar systems, target recognition, data fusion, image registration, and more. ANDRO also provides E³ consulting, engineering, and technical services to defense and commercial industries.
AngioDynamics is a leading provider of innovative medical devices used in minimally invasive, image-guided procedures to treat peripheral vascular disease, or PVD. They design, develop, manufacture and market a broad line of therapeutic and diagnostic devices that enable interventional physicians (interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons and others) to treat PVD and other non-coronary diseases.
Founded in 2006, AppliedLogix provides expert level embedded subsystem development support to key OEM customers. As a silent-partner engineering services provider to Fortune 500 OEMs, they design custom electronics, firmware, and software applications, either independently or seamlessly integrated into your in-house engineering team.
The goal at Ascribe BioScience is to commercialize small molecules isolated from plant parasitic nematodes as plant biostimulants to control a range of economically important crop diseases. The science behind our product is published in a Nature paper available here: www.nature.com/articles/ncomms8795.
Assent is a global leader in supply chain data management. It combines leading-edge technology with supply chain expertise, allowing global companies to centralize data management from a secure platform environment. The company works with a broad team of regulatory subject matter experts to anticipate and influence the data exchange landscape as companies gain transparency into their supply chains.
Assent’s core software offerings include:
▪ Supply chain data management platform.
▪ Three fully-serviced product suites.
▪ Secure, offline-compatible audits and inspections manager.
▪ Database containing over 250 million pieces of contact and part data.
▪ Online learning management system to administer regulatory education and training.
AXON simplifies complex information to improve outcomes in healthcare through integrated, multichannel communication solutions. Axon maintains operations in New York, London, Toronto and Copenhagen.
Bactana’s microbiome discovery platform enables development of products and therapeutics through the use of recent advances in molecular and DNA sequencing methods used to study microbial ecology.
A leading Northeast firm of 275 attorneys with national and international practices, Barclay Damon is a full-service firm with experience in virtually every legal area required by the medical device, pharmaceutical/life sciences, and biotechnology fields. Their attorneys team across practices to provide customized, targeted solutions informed by deep industry knowledge of the opportunities and challenges companies may encounter throughout the lifecycles of their products. They provide experienced counsel on intellectual property litigation, patents, trademarks, copyrights, regulatory compliance, health care, labor and employment, corporate, finance, real estate, project development, cross-border business, and commercial litigation. Barclay Damon represents some of the leaders in the industry, including a global manufacturer of medical diagnostic equipment, a Fortune 500 US health care company, and a British multinational consumer goods company.
Bausch + Lomb, a Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. company, is a leading global eye health organization that is solely focused on protecting, enhancing and restoring people’s eyesight. Its core businesses include over-the-counter supplements, eye care products, ophthalmic pharmaceuticals, contact lenses, lens care products, ophthalmic surgical devices and instruments. Bausch + Lomb develops, manufactures and markets one of the most comprehensive product portfolios in the industry, which is available in more than 100 countries.
Berkley Life Sciences offers cost-effective insurance solutions developed specifically to address the risks and exposures of life sciences companies. Our innovative LS Prime® policies provide flexible, scalable coverage with broad, seamless protection.
Biomedical Innovations through its subsidiaries has been providing product development, contract manufacturing, assembly, and packaging services to the top medical device OEMs for over 50 years. They provide turnkey solutions, design support, manufacturing expertise and sterilization management, specializing in consumable medical devices focused on minimally invasive, intervention, navigation and diagnostics.
The Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus is a consortium of the region's premier health care, life sciences research, and medical education institutions, all located on 120 acres in downtown Buffalo, New York. The BNMC is dedicated to the cultivation of a world-class medical campus for clinical care, research, education, and entrepreneurship. We coordinate activities related to planning, development and enhancement of our 120-acre space, facilitate collaboration among our member institutions and the community, and work to create a distinct environment that provides opportunities for active and healthy living.
The Business Journal News Network is the best source for Central New York news, and has been for nearly 30 years. It delivers news and business connections the way you want it through many channels, outlets and interfaces.
BZDesign collaborates with strategic leaders of high tech companies to build differentiated brands and products that improve sales. Their team works with you from concept to launch. Using their 5-phased design model they conceptualize, prototype, test, and refine each brand, product, UI/UX, and marketing project they touch. Your team is involved in every step to ensure your needs and wants are exceeded beyond your expectations.
Circuit is a company that brings hundreds of thousands of new patients into the clinical research process. Circuit provides sponsors a complete patient recruitment enrollment and retention strategy. Circuit's proprietary platform, Current, generates cost saving performance analytics.
CNYBAC incubates and accelerates university-industry partnerships that discover, design, develop, and deploy innovative products for the bioscience marketplace.
Venture backed battery technology company commercializing multiple materials to improve the performance and lower the cost of lithium ion batteries.
ConMed is a global medical technology company that specializes in the development and sale of products and services that allow its physician customers to deliver high quality care and as a result, enhanced clinical outcomes for their patients. With products that are recognized as technological leaders by the specialties they serve, caregivers within various surgical and medical markets have come to value the CONMED name across the world.
Cormac Life Sciences, LLC (CLS) is a Veterans Affairs and New York State certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) delivering life sciences research and support services. CLS provides expertise across a range of biopreparedness disciplines to include biosurveillance, basic and translational sciences, clinical research, and essential support services such as quality assurance, regulatory affairs services and grants management. CLS is led by physician-scientists, technology executives and health care business development experts with established connections across government, industry and academia. CLS’ mission is to support global health security and biopreparedness objectives. CLS is committed to providing innovative, agile, and client-centered solutions with a focus on New York State and U.S. Government clients.
Cornell is a private, Ivy League university and the land-grant university for New York State. Cornell's mission is to discover, preserve, and disseminate knowledge; produce creative work; and promote a culture of broad inquiry throughout and beyond the Cornell community. Cornell also aims, through public service, to enhance the lives and livelihoods of their students, the people of New York, and others around the world. Their faculty, students, alumni, and staff strive toward these objectives in a context of freedom with responsibility. They foster initiative, integrity, and excellence, in an environment of collegiality, civility, and responsible stewardship. As the land-grant university for the state of New York, they apply the results of their endeavors in service to their alumni, the community, the state, the nation, and the world.
There are over 2 million amputees in the US and 12 million in the world, with about 185,000 more amputations occurring every year. Residual limbs, or the “stump” that is left after amputation, cause prosthesis users discomfort for many reasons. There are issues of discomfort from the prosthetic socket, phantom limb pain, and poor circulation. The end result is deep irritation in the remaining part of the limb.
Costello Prosthetic Warmers has created a solution that not only relieves the discomfort that amputees experience, but also vastly improves the quality of life for amputees. The Costello Heat Sleeve slides over the socket of the prosthesis in which the residual limb is placed, supplying a much-needed flow of heat to the “stump.” It does so without inserting any wiring between the stump and the prosthetic socket, so as to keep the wiring from causing any further injury to the stump through friction and pressure, greatly enhancing the quality of life for amputees.
CPS Recruitment is the largest federally certified women-owned recruiting firm in Central New York. The team at CPS understands the challenges you face and will work with you to find a solution to your staffing needs. They aim to develop futures, deliver opportunities and build lasting partnerships.
Create O&P is a leading medical technology company that’s revolutionizing the orthotic and prosthetic industry. By providing 3D printers and expertise, they empower orthotists and prosthetists to print medical-grade, customized devices in their clinics and save significant time and money.
Creation Technologies provides end-to-end design, manufacturing and supply chain solutions to its customers in the Industrial & Instrumentation, Medical, Communications & Wireless, Computing & Media, Transportation, Defense, Security & Aerospace and Environmental industries. The company operates ten manufacturing locations, two design centers and two rapid prototyping centers.
Dimensional Energy is developing a platform for photochemistry to produce environmentally responsible polymers and chemical intermediaries for industrial partners.
Dynamic Boundaries is a biotechnology company developing a safe and cost-effective injectable treatment for osteoarthritis that provides lasting protection against further joint damage.
Ecolectro is a chemical company that develops and manufactures enhanced specialty polymers for clean energy, chemical and water applications. The company holds exclusive license and patents to a group of novel polymers developed at Cornell University that possess high mechanical strength, high anionic conductivity and high chemical stability. Their innovative technology represents a significant advance in materials science with multiple industrial uses.
Efferent Labs is a preclinical-stage company focused on implantable biosensors. Its CytoComm™ Living Biosensor System uses living cells; a powerful tool to study life processes, to assess cellular function and biological signaling in vivo. The system transmits patient-specific data to the cloud, where it accessible in real-time by clinicians and researchers.
EFP Rotenberg came to be in 2009 with the merger of EFP Group and Rotenberg & Co. Both companies had histories that ran deep; EFP Group beginning in 1979 as Eldredge, Fox & Porretti, LLP and Rotenberg & Co. getting its start in 1960. Today, they are more than 150 employees strong, including 70 CPAs, and rank as Greater Rochester's second-largest locally owned accounting firm. EFP's business engagements extend far beyond Rochester, including service to more than 70 public companies and a healthy international practice with a focus on China. Today's EFP Rotenberg family of companies includes: EFP Rotenberg LLP the flagship company of certified public accountants and business consultants, and Rotenberg HealthCare Consulting, LLC - their specialty practice assisting nursing homes, assisted living facilities and other health care providers.
EndoGlow designs and distributes a line of medical devices that integrates Tissue Reveal Technology™ into surgical and medical procedures. Tissue Reveal Technology™ allows the medical team to visualize critical anatomy, appraise relative tissue depth and evaluate subsurface pathology. EndoGlow’s medical devices fluoresce under near infrared imaging which provides enhanced visualization and medical efficiency when it is most needed.
Esper Biosciences Inc. is an early-stage biotechnology company developing a nanoscale sensor for high-speed DNA sequencing. The company aims to reduce the cost of sequencing to broaden its range of targetable applications, especially in the area of medical diagnostics, where low-cost DNA sequencing offers the potential to replace many tests for individual biomarkers with a single test for many biomarkers.
Excell Partners is a unique regional economic development partnership established in cooperation with the University of Rochester and the State of New York to manage a state-supported fund which provides financing to high-tech start-up companies.
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield is part of a family of companies that finances and delivers vital health care services to 2 million people across upstate New York. Excellus BlueCross BlueShield provides access to high-quality, affordable health coverage, including valuable health-related resources such as cost-saving prescription drug discounts and wellness tracking tools in their Step Up program.
Fisher Scientific specializes in scientific research, laboratory testing and life science research, providing the latest equipment and instrumentation, finest chemicals and highest-quality supplies. They are also a full-service provider of leading-edge safety products, training, equipment maintenance and procurement solutions for industrial, laboratory safety and first responder customers.
Garwood Medical is an advanced medical device company whose products will positively enhance clinical outcomes related to infection. Through advanced technology and novel designs, Garwood Medical is committed to disrupt the wound care and perio-prosthetic market by advancing infection control through innovation.
Gilroy Kernan & Gilroy (GKG) is always testing the limits of insurance agency-ness and taking a far from ordinary approach to risk®. As your long-haul strategic partner, The Company’s goal is simple: to be as invested in your success as you are.
Gorbel Medical is actively marketing their first product: the SafeGait 360 Balance and Mobility Trainer. SafeGait is a ceiling-mounted body weight support system that enables therapists to perform one-on-one treatment using proven fall arrest technology to avert injury to the patient and provider.
GRYT Health works with organizations who specialize in oncology to ensure that patients, survivors and caregivers have the information to choose what's right for them at every step of the journey. GRYT offers clinical trial recruiting, patient experience research and oncology education services that connect patients and caregivers to the resources they're looking for.
Guideline Medical makes the medical manufacturing and FDA process easy for your company. View the Guideline team as your trusted guides for managing the complex systems of global regulatory affairs and medical device manufacturing compliance.
Harris Beach and its affiliates provide a full range of legal and professional services for clients across New York State as well as nationally and internationally. Their clients include Fortune 500 corporations, privately-held companies, emerging technology businesses, educational institutions, energy-related companies, financial institutions, health care providers, medical and life science companies, real estate developers, not-for-profit organizations, foundations, state and local governments and authorities, and individuals.
Health Care Originals, Inc. (HCO) is an upstate New York start-up commercializing patented University of Rochester technology. HCO develops products for the management of chronic respiratory diseases. HCO’s first product, ADAMM, with its three-part solution comprising a wearable, smartphone app and web portal, will benefit the 300 million people globally who have asthma. ADAMM provides Intelligent Asthma ManagementTM —automating management, increasing adherence and identifying precursor symptoms much earlier – giving caregivers peace of mind and improving asthmatics’ quality of life.
Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti is devoted exclusively to helping clients protect and capitalize on their intellectual property. The firm handles all aspects of acquiring and enforcing intellectual property rights, both domestic and foreign, including licensing and litigation. Advice and assistance is provided in all areas of intellectual property.
Hillrom traces its medical innovation roots to 1915 when Dr. Francis Welch and William Noah Allyn developed the world's first handheld, direct illuminating ophthalmoscope, and established Welch Allyn. This device paved the way for future innovations that would continue to help practitioners provide better patient care. As a leading global manufacturer of physical examination instruments and accessories and EMR-connected vital signs and cardiac monitoring solutions, the company has a commitment to delivering superlative medical products, services and solutions.
Ichor Therapeutics, Inc. is a biotechnology company and pre-clinical contract research organization headquartered in LaFayette, NY. The company operates two research programs which broadly focus on cancer and eye disease. Ichor also performs contract research for corporations, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and high net worth individuals.
The ICIP Consulting team delivers years of hands-on experience solving significant technology commercialization challenges across start-up, corporate, university and government organizations. Their research team members have diverse educational and professional backgrounds. Together they provide specialized areas of expertise alongside professional excellence and integrity. Throughout their careers, they have fostered profound and enduring relationships, delivering a strong network of partners and stakeholders in the technology commercialization ecosystem.
Established in 1990, the College of Law's technology commercialization academic and applied learning programs were the first of their kind to examine the legal principles necessary to usher science and technology innovation from its earliest stages to successful commercialization. Today, the Innovation Law Center provides a "win-win" for students to learn and - through the New York State Science and Technology Law Center (NYSSTLC) - innovators to benefit from faculty-guided research into the legal, market, and technical issues associated with new technologies. The Innovation Law Center includes the NYSSTLC and the Syracuse Intellectual Propertly Law Institute (SIPLI).
Greatbatch, Inc. is one of the world’s largest medical device outsource manufacturers serving the cardiac, neuromodulation, orthopedics, vascular, advanced surgical and portable medical markets. The company provides innovative medical technologies that enhance the lives of patients worldwide through its Greatbatch Medical, Lake Region Medical and Electrochem brands.
Intelon Optics is a medical device company focusing on the development and commercialization of the Brillouin Optical Scanner System (BOSS™), a technology that enables next-generation point-by-point biomechanical imaging of eye structures, extending from the cornea to the posterior part of the globe.
BOSS™ brings a wide range of novel diagnostic and surgical solutions to empower eye care professionals with high-level decision making confidence and control based on biomechanical tissue properties of the eye.
Urinary catheters for hospitalized patients.
Since Ionica Sciences was founded by Dr. Omar Green and Dr. Joel Tabb in 2013, we have been developing a platform disease diagnostic that has the flexibility to detect vector borne, sexually transmitted, and neurological diseases, among others. Combining well established spectroscopic methods, with new materials tailored for use this setting, and statistical methods, this approach has the potential to change how many diseases are diagnosed.
Their initial target is Lyme disease, the fastest growing vector borne disease in the United States, according to the CDC. The improved test, IonLyme, will provide clinicians critical information not available to them currently, allow Ionica to demonstrate the principle of the platform, and rapidly expand the diseases that can be identified using this cutting edge technology.
iuvo BioScience is a contact R&D and ethylene oxide sterilization provider for the medical device and pharmaceutical industries. Services provided: analytical chemistry, microbiology, cytotoeicology, in-vitro vin-vino toxicology, consulting/regulating, PM, Quality.
Caring for the world, one person at a time, inspires and unites the people of Johnson & Johnson. They embrace innovation - bringing ideas, products and services to life to advance the health and well-being of people around the world. They believe in collaboration, and that has led to breakthrough after breakthrough, from medical miracles that have changed lives, to the simple consumer products that make every day a little better. Johnson & Johnson has over 125,000 employess in 60 countries and they are united in a common mission: to help people everywhere live longer, healthier, happier lives.
K-Neesio LLC was founded by Mike Emmerling the inventor of NuNee™, a knee support designed specifically to treat Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (aka Runner’s Knee). Different from typical knee supports that use compression, NuNee gets right to the source of the pain by relieving pressure on the underside of the patella (knee cap). NuNee is non-invasive, drug free, and delivers immediate relief. Details about NuNee and what makes it so effective can be found at NuNeeShop.com.
LighTopTech Corp. is a women-owned business based in Rochester, NY and was founded in 2013. Their goal is to build innovative optical instruments to bring to market disruptive technologies for noninvasive imaging in medical and industrial fields.
Their GDOCM 4D™ product line offers high-definition, non-invasive 3D imaging solutions with cellular resolution for life sciences, research and manufacturing.
Retina diagnostic technology
Quality Management Software. MasterControl Business Excellence Platform (BxP) cloud solutions to automate processes for new product development, clinical, regulatory, quality management, supplier management, manufacturing and post-market surveillance.
Founded in 1949 as a medical repair company, Medtronic is now among the world's largest medical technology, services and solutions companies, employing more than 85,000 people worldwide, serving physicians, hospitals and patients in more than 155 countries. As a global leader in medical technology, services and solutions, Medtronic improves the lives and health of millions of people each year. We use our deep clinical, therapeutic, and economic expertise to address the complex challenges faced by healthcare systems today. www.Medtronic.com
MPR's Product Development Group specializes in the development of new life sciences technologies spanning the medical landscape including integrated medical devices, diagnostic systems, combination devices, implants, and disposables, in addition to the design of commercial and consumer products. They also provide consulting services to the industry, focusing on the areas of medical device and diagnostics operations, pharmaceutical process development, due diligence, and productivity improvement for both development and manufacturing organizations.
The New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics & Life Sciences (COE) was created in Buffalo, New York in 2002 as part of more than $200 million dollars in investment from state, federal, industry and philanthropic sources to create a hub of life sciences expertise and innovation in Upstate New York. The COE brings a strong foundation in life sciences research and discovery to its mission and collaborative efforts with industry, government and researchers around the world to improve the health and well-being of the population. COE research institutions have been around for more than 100 years with the University at Buffalo (UB) as the lead academic organization, and Roswell Park Cancer Institute and Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute as research partners.
Established by Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology, and Innovation (NYSTAR), the New York State Science and Technology Law Center (NYSSTLC) facilitates economic development by offering practical legal analysis on intellectual property, patents, regulation, markets, and other aspects of commercialization. Leveraging the expertise of law faculty and students at Syracuse University College of Law, since 2004 NYSSTLC has helped hundreds of businesses commercialize emerging technologies by providing proprietary reports, practical guides, and other vital information.
NextCorps is a group of entrepreneurs, advisors, venture capitalists and staff committed to creating the next generation of world-changing Rochester technology companies. Headquartered in iconic Sibley Square, NextCorps provides a space designed for collaboration and “creative collisions” along with the meeting, lab and fabrication resources that your startup will need to thrive.
Novatek Communications, Inc. provides technical communication solutions to medical and technology companies. From initial consultation, to design, and through development, Novatek creates customized documentation and training solutions. Solutions include: TRAINING DESIGN AND DELIVERY * eLearning, Learning management systems (LMS) hosting, Webinars and Instructor-lead training. DOCUMENTATION * Service manuals, User and quick start guides, Standard operating procedures and Online help systems. CONTENT MANAGEMENT (XML) * Single source authoring, Architecture design and Consulting services.
OneGroup is your one source for risk management, insurance, employee benefits, HR consulting and more. Whether it’s workers’ compensation, business insurance or personal home, auto or umbrella – OneGroup has you covered. Their team of more than 200 experts and specialists is guided by the belief that most losses can be prevented, so they do everything they can to understand your needs, reduce your exposure, solve problems, and build lasting, collaborative relationships. The bioscience, pharmaceutical and medical technology industries face unique challenges every day. Their team understands these industries and is equipped with the knowledge to help MedTech’s members implement the business solutions of tomorrow. OneGroup’s mission is to create one company, working as one team, with one focus, and one mission: "to serve each client as their one client."
Smart garment for neuropathy
Based on a recent survey, hospital executives said finding cost savings to meet their current-year objectives is their top challenge.
The supply chain—more specifically, inventory and order management processes—is one place to find those savings. A study from the International Journal of Supply Chain Management shows that inventory and order management costs account for 61 percent of total supply chain costs (or $61 million per year for a typical large healthcare provider).
At ORLink, they know all hospitals want to control their surgical inventory spend. But the monster under the bed is the surgical preference card. So they set out to build a tools set to help control time, tools and materials.
The concept started when their founder, Dr Wayne Colin moved his preference cards from one hospital to another. During the resulting time and hassle he realized that the problem was the preference card itself. And he set out to do something about it.
Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics is a leading provider of high-value diagnostic solutions for the global health care community. Committed to developing the most advanced tests for early detection or diagnosis of disease, the company brings products to market that provide timely information and help to facilitate better medical decisions. Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics also provides blood screening and typing products that help to ensure the safety of the worldÂ?s blood supply. In addition, through its VITROS MicroSlideÂ? and enhanced chemiluminescence technologies, the company has transformed the way that clinical laboratories perform testing. Worldwide, health care professionals rely on Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics for innovative diagnostic solutions and services that promote effective diagnoses and enhance patient care.
Medical device, vision enhancing contact lens.
PEKO Precision Products, Inc. is a contract manufacturing company that specializes in manufacturing and designing equipment and machinery for a robust customer base since 1966. They deliver technology development, engineering and contract manufacturing services for many industries, including the medical industry. PEKO utilizes 300,000 square feet of manufacturing space in Rochester, NY to produce these complex assemblies and products for its customers.
Diagnostic technology platform - primary markets served: business to business tier one players
Perdix Software, Inc. (est. 2014, Rochester, New York) is creating the next generation of resource planning systems designed to handle the most complex problems with the utmost simplicity of operation.
The company's sole product is MOLI™, the Multi-Operation Lean Intelligence System™.
MOLI enables leaders of manufacturing companies to translate more revenue to their bottom line by improving and automating business processes, reducing waste and inventory, and increasing quality and compliance.
Pharmaceutical manufacturing/quality monitoring
Positive Science has the view that along with developing products in the lab, participation in fieldwork is critical to developing better systems. When they're not out in the field, they are hard at work creating solutions that are as innovative as they are reliable. Their hardware is versatile and the custom design capabilities allow researchers to explore novel applications in all areas of eye tracking. Their software provides an affordable eye-tracking solution for the Mac OS platform that uses intuitive calibration and custom graphics.
Potsdam Sensors is developing next generation sensors for air quality measurements. Sensors that rely on optical light scattering are insensitive to particles below the wavelength of light. Their sensor uses electric fields to capture a much wider range of particles. The sensor is called the MEAS, which stands for Miniature Electrical Aerosol Spectrometer.
Prescription Control Systems seeks to reduce the number of patients addicted to prescription narcotics by having pharmacies fill prescriptions in a portable device which dispenses the drugs only at the rate designated by the prescribing doctor.
Quadrant Biosciences works with top academic institutions, medical researchers and engineers to translate breakthrough findings into thoughtfully developed and scientifically sound assessment applications.
Their evolutionary advancements in brain health assessment, autism and Parkinson’s detection, will have a significant impact on the way clinicians approach the diagnosis and treatment of these serious conditions going forward. Supported through private and state funding, one of these key technologies, ClearEdge, is currently available in the market and the others are slated for a 2018 release.
At Regeneron employees work every day to bring innovative thinking to the challenge of discovering and developing new medicines. Regeneron’s pursuit has one singular intent: to improve therapeutic outcomes for patients.
Repair Biotechnologies is a biotechnology company with the mission to develop and bring to the clinic therapies that significantly improve human healthspan through targeting the causes of age-related diseases and aging itself.
Repairogen is a breakthrough in skin repair that will improve the appearance and health of your skin.
Rochester Institute of Technology is leading higher education in preparing students for successful careers in a global society. The RIT community engages and motivates students through stimulating and collaborative experiences. Their mission is to provide technology-based educational programs for personal and professional development. They rigorously pursue new and emerging career areas, and develop and deliver curricula and advance scholarship relevant to emerging technologies and social conditions. Their community is committed to diversity and student centeredness and is distinguished by our innovative and collaborative spirit.
Sanabit is a breakthrough technology that uses magnetic fields to boost productivity of the cell, resulting in healthier tissue. They make non-invasive, non-chemical products that help wounds heal faster by stimulating the body's natural mechanisms. SANABIT is focused on translating this early breakthrough research into a beta product that will be attractive for a large range of medical applications. Reducing the time a patients spends in the hospital has significant implications for hospital efficiency, patient satisfaction, and cost.
In 1999, through the generosity of Charles R. ’84 (HD) and Lucia Shipley, the Shipley Center was established to promote student learning and development in leadership, teamwork and entrepreneurship. Since its inception, it has served as a valuable community resource, fostering relationships between local businesses and nonprofits and assisting in the development of new ideas.
The Shipley Center for Innovation continues to play an important role in startup culture across northern New York. Today, it serves as a primary hub for economic development, capitalizing on emerging technologies developed at Clarkson University to create cutting-edge ventures for future solutions nationwide.
SoPark offers a "Total Electronics Solution" and is WNY's largest electronics manufacturing service provider, supplying medical device manufacturers and high-tech original equipment manufacturers with circuit board, electro mechanical and custom cable assemblies, as well as, design for manufacturing services. SoPark is certified ISO 9001-2008 (quality management system), ISO 13485 (medical devices) and AS9100 (space and defense). For over 35 years, SoPark has been servicing their customers that now cover over 15 states and 4 countries with a range of full turnkey to consignment based orders to fulfill their electronic assembly needs.
With operations in Pittsford, NY and Cleveland, OH, Sparton Medical is an FDA registered and ISO 13485 Certified contract design, development, and full-service manufacturing company specialized in Classification II & III complex medical devices. From developing software for high risk/critical medical devices to being trusted to deliver “first-of-kind” medical products worldwide, Sparton serves OEMs and emerging medical companies.
At SUNY Oswego, liberal and professional learning is fostered in a dynamic, interactive and supportive environment. SUNY Oswego offers an opportunity for students to pursue unlimited horizons. With a student body of 8,300 learners, they are large enough to offer more than 100 programs of study yet small enough for students to form quality relationships with each other and caring faculty. Oswego offers internships and study abroad opportunities that consistently rate among the highest in the SUNY system.
SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY, is the only academic medical center in Central New York. It is also the region's largest employer with 9,460 employees. Affiliated with the State University of New York, Upstate's mission is to improve the health of the community through education, biomedical research and health care.
Established in 1901, Syracuse University's L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science (LCS) has a long tradition of preparing leaders and of responsiveness in meeting regional and national needs. They are very proud of the efforts and accomplishments our community of faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students, and alumni and friends worldwide. The college is currently housed in three buildings on the main SU campus: Link Hall, Hinds Hall, and the Center for Science Technology. Additionally, the renowned Institute for Sensory Research is located on SU's South Campus. The college is home to nationally regarded research centers and is a lead partner to the CASE Center, the EQS Center, and CoE-ES.
Tactiva Therapeutics is focused on cancer research and drug development. They are taking the fight to cancer by developing “Next Generation” adoptive cell therapy (ACT) strategies that deliver lethal hits to cancer cells. Their approach provides robust and sustained immune attack on tumors by infusing large numbers of patients’ own T cells that have been re-programmed to recognize, attack and destroy cancer cells.
Tapecon works with product teams to improve market competitiveness by manufacturing functional graphics, materials, and complete products to improve look, feel, and usability. Tapecon delivers confidence through better product solutions by using our expertise and capabilities to solve a variety of application challenges for customers. We offer a broad scope of services and capabilities in converting and specialized printing technologies focused towards industrial printing, printed & flexible electronics, and disposable medical device manufacturing. Tapecon is a 5 generation, family owned contract manufacturer based in Buffalo, NY.
With offices in New York State and Vermont, The Bonadio Group provides a complete range of financial and consulting services — from auditing and tax, to multidimensional accounting, business advisory, and financial services. They are a nationally ranked, top 40 CPA firm that brings an integrated world of resources to every client, large or small.
Thermo Fisher Scientific is the world leader in serving science. Their mission is to enable customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. They help customers accelerate life science research, improve patient diagnostics and increase laboratory productivity. Thermo Fisher manufactures plastic laboratory products, reagents and media.
Many patients aren't aware that clinical trials are a care option. However, clinical trials ensure access to their physician, which helps reduce any gaps in care. People have a hard time learning about clinical trials, and are hesitant to ask questions. People need a singular resource, and TrialScout is here to guide them on that clinical trial journey.
A flagship institution in the State University of New York system, UB is the largest and most comprehensive campus in the 64-campus SUNY system. It is a member of the Association of American Universities. UB is a premier, research-intensive public university dedicated to academic excellence.
The University of Rochester is one of the country's top-tier research universities. Our 158 buildings house more than 200 academic majors, more than 2,000 faculty and instructional staff, and some 11,100 students—approximately half of whom are women. Learning at the University of Rochester is also on a very personal scale. Rochester remains one of the smallest and most collegiate among top research universities, with smaller classes, a low 10:1 student to teacher ratio, and increased interactions with faculty.
One of the nation’s leading academic medical centers, the University of Rochester Medical Center forms the centerpiece of the University’s health research, teaching, and patient care missions. Over the last five years, URMC has garnered more than $1.27 billion in biomedical research, landing the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in the top one-quarter of U.S. medical centers in federal research funding.
VitaScan provides a way for people to rapidly test their bodies for a range of nutrition-related biomarkers such as iron, vitamins, and inflammation. The company's product delivers important actionable health data to the consumer. Many people are deficient in vitamins and micronutrients but unaware of their deficiencies. VitaScan is making it possible for people to accurately test their personal nutrition levels and be better informed about their daily requirements.
Workers First has designed a new type of fabric to be used in the chemical protective clothing industry. This fabric is a nylon derivative and is basic in nature allowing it to neutralize acids on contact. Workers First believes in not only providing protection but a solution.
Zetagen Therapeutics Inc., is an early stage regenerative medicine company that is creating bone regeneration solutions for a number of high volume clinical applications for use by orthopedic surgeons. Based on technology developed at SUNY-Upstate Medical University, Zetagen's product addresses the large unmet need for devices that promote safe and robust bone growth in the $4B bone regeneration market. The Zetagen bone regeneration device grows bone by activating a novel molecular pathway in mesenchymal stem cells. The serendipitous discovery of this pathway has led to the commercialization by Zetagen of the first-ever, small molecule-based osteo-inductive technology. As opposed to other products on the market that contain biologic growth
factors, which have declined in use precipitously due to high cancer risk and other side effects, Zetagen's solution is more effective at growing bone, has a unique safety profile, and is significantly less costly to manufacture.
Optimizing enzyme immobilization to create unique, sustainable and responsible processes for high performance biocatalysis.