This year the annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Thomas Jefferson University will be held on campus in close proximity to researchers, research labs, and department adminstrators. This marks a change over the past few years when the show was held off campus at a local hotel. This event is open to Philadelphia area life science professionals interested in seeing the newest lab technologies available. This year the event will be held at the Bluemle Life Science Building where as many as 20 companies will be present to share their newest technologies with the Thomas Jefferson research community.
Researchers are invited to:
- Discover new products and new applications
- See product capabilities with on-site demonstrations
- Network with lab suppliers and other researchers
- Take product samples back to the lab to evaluate them
- Get inspired with new ideas and improved methods
- Compare and evaluate new products
Thomas Jefferson has a strong research presence with significant funding for its research programs.
See these 6 recent funding stats for Thomas Jefferson:
- $103 Million in NSF funding overall and $52 million in NIH funded for the most recently reported years.
- Thomas Jefferson University was recently awarded 48 research, facility, equipment, and education grants with a value of over $34 million.
- Thomas Jefferson University Department of Neurology has been awarded a $4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to establish a center of excellence for research into autoimmune diseases from basic science research to its translation into clinical applications. The initial grant is for $4 million, but could be as much as $10 million by the end of award period.
- Thomas Jefferson University recently opened its $35.8 million new Jefferson Health Professions Academic Building, which houses its schools of Nursing, Pharmacy, Health Professions, Population Health, Departments of Occupational and Physical Therapy, Radiation Sciences, and the Jefferson Clinical Neuroscience Center.
- Thomas Jefferson University received a $4.8 million grant from National Institutes of Health to test a new rabies vaccine with the potential to cure the virus infection after infecting a person’s central nervous system.
- Thomas Jefferson University Medical College received a 4 year, $3 million National Institutes of Health grant to research genetics of platelet gene expression to better detect cardiovascular disease predictors.
Life Science Suppliers are invited to Participate at this upcoming event:
- Meet Thomas Jefferson researchers interested in new and improved technologies
- Demonstrate your product capabilities and answer product questions
- Distribute product samples and literature
- Establish credibility and build trust within the Thomas Jefferson marketplace.
This event provides a great opportunity for researchers and laboratory suppliers in the Philadelphia area to gather together in a targeted location and engage in meaningful conversations. Coming up on May 15, 2014, researchers and laboratory suppliers can interact at the Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia and enjoy the many opportunities our shows provide. 2014 is a special time for our annual Thomas Jefferson show, as this year will be the first since 2005 that our event will be held directly on campus! Both suppliers and researchers will benefit from this prime location to easily meet and exchange information and answer questions about new product technologies.
Researchers will find this location to be much more convenient to attend, as it will be located in the Bluemle Life Science Building on campus. Researchers will find this convenience factor one of the many motivators for attending our show, alongside such benefits as a fully catered lunch and a targeted location to discover new products and technologies that can be applied to their research endeavors. We bring to our shows highly qualified and relevant vendors to introduce and highlight a wide variety of laboratory products and supplies. This gives researchers the unique opportunity to compare products from different exhibiting companies all in one location and additionally to interact one-on-one with the vendors to make the beneficial connection between lab product and supplier.
(Researchers and lab suppliers interact at our 2013 Thomas Jeff show)
3 recent news articles:
- $2.6M in Life Science Funding Awarded to Thomas Jefferson University
- Thomas Jefferson University Study Finds Breast Cancer Molecule
- $50M in Research Funding at Thomas Jefferson University
(Our busy and engaging 2013 Thomas Jefferson event)
If you are interested in attending or exhibiting at the May 15, 2014 Thomas Jefferson University Bioresearch Product Faire™ Event please register soon. We expect that 200 researchers and 20 exhibitors will make this an exciting and informative research marketplace event on the Thomas Jefferson Campus.
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