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2014-09-23 08:30:02

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Sept. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- GenoSpace, a precision medicine software company that has developed a comprehensive suite of tools to enable the broad use of genomic data in research and clinical care, today announced that it has been awarded Phase I of a Fast Track Small Business Innovation Research Grant (SBIR) from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to enable enhanced data access and cohort construction for biorepositories. Logo -...

2014-05-05 23:04:02

Taylor-Wharton is pleased to announce the 2014 Taylor-Wharton Partners For Life Achievement Program, which honors excellence in biorepository research programs involved in different medical research fields. Minnetonka, MN (PRWEB) May 05, 2014 Taylor-Wharton is pleased to announce the 2014 Taylor-Wharton Partners For Life Achievement Program. This initiative was launched in 2012 to honor excellence in biorepository research programs involved in different medical research fields. For...

2014-02-20 12:27:44

MORRISVILLE, N.C., Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Gentris Corporation (www.gentris.com), a global leader in pharmacogenomics solutions, biomarker testing and biorepository services, announced today the addition of Dr. Heath Knight as vice president, corporate development and Mr. Joseph Kessler, as chief operating officer. These two executives join the executive leadership team as the company anticipates its next phase of growth....

2013-08-07 23:17:45

Krishagni today announced the release of caTissue Plus v3.0 - Free and Open Source Biospecimen management software. caTissue Plus, initially developed with NCI funding, facilitates biorepository management by tracking biospecimens from collection to utilization across multiple projects, annotations, containers, specimen requests, distributions, and multiple reporting options. (PRWEB) August 07, 2013 Krishagni, leader in providing commercial support for caTissue, has now taken caTissue to...


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