Biotechnology vendors and lab suppliers interested in selling products in Philadelphia will find a lucrative market in Thomas Jefferson University, according to recent funding statistics from the National Institutes of Health.Read More
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Are you working to increase lab sales leads and market life science products in Pittsburgh? Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. life science marketing events in Pennsylvania may be just what your company needs to get the brand recognition you are looking for. Our Pittsburgh BioResearch Product Faire™ Event will be held on the University of Pittsburgh campus on June 12th, 2014. This event is a great way to meet researchers, lab managers and purchasing agents intent on learning about the latest lab products and services available on the market.
Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. life science events in Philadelphia are an easy way to meet researchers and market life science products at well-funded universities such as Thomas Jefferson University. Our life science events attract large crowds of researchers, lab managers and purchasing agents receptive to learning about the newest lab technologies. Researchers love our events because they know everyone from their labs is invited to attend, registration is a simple process, our event staff is there to guide them and answer any questions throughout the event, and our delicious catered lunches nourish them while they talk about their research projects and goals.
Lab suppliers working to sell lab equipment in Philadelphia may want to learn more about life science marketing at Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s University of Pennsylvania life science events. The University of Pennsylvania is a well-funded research institution, and the events we organize on campus every year attract hundreds of researchers, lab managers and purchasing agents. Our life science events are the perfect opportunity for lab suppliers to get the word out on their newest products and services.
Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. is excited to announce that this year’s Thomas Jefferson BioResearch Product Faire™ Event will be hosted on campus for the first time since 2005. Our on-campus sponsor will be the Thomas Jefferson University College of Graduate Studies, and our event will be held in the Bluemle Life Science Building. On-campus events typically draw much larger crowds due to the convenience factor for researchers. It will be much easier to meet researchers and market lab products at this year’s sponsored event. Hosting the event on campus will make a big difference because researchers would rather not leave campus to attend an event. There is also a quality of being at home that researchers experience at on-campus tradeshows. Researchers feel more comfortable staying close to where they work and talking to exhibitors knowing that the event has been organized through their university with a contact at the university.
“During the past cycle, following consultation with our internal and external advisory boards, organizational governance structure and the leadership of NCRR, we have focused our efforts on two overarching themes - Translational Therapeutics and Bridging the Pediatric to Adult Divide, taking advantage of resources particular to our institutions,” says the project information abstract on the University of Pennsylvania’s latest $9.1 million Institutional Clinical and Translational Science Award. “We have fostered interdisciplinary and translational research by a series of "top down" and "bottom up" funding initiatives.”
The University of Pittsburgh will soon begin construction on a new $1 million laboratory at the Pymatuning Laboratory of Ecology. The new laboratory is expected to attract researchers from around the globe. The 3,600-square-foot facility will be funded by the NSF, and in addition to being used by some of the world’s top researchers will be a base of outreach to elementary, middle and high school teachers in the region.
The University of Pennsylvania received a $7.2 million NIH grant for its Abramson Cancer Center this year. The project abstract was submitted by Dr. Chi Dang, the director of the center. On the University of Pennsylvania website, Dr. Chi Dang says that the future of cancer care at the Abramson Cancer Center rests with the creation of Translational Centers of Excellence that focus on closely connected disease-specific care teams. The NIH RePORTER goes into more detail on the history of the Abramson Cancer Center:
Lab suppliers marketing life science solutions in Philadelphia will find a well-funded market for generating scientific product sales leads at Thomas Jefferson University, according to recent NIH and NSF funding statistics. In 2012, the NIH awarded Thomas Jefferson University $49.7 million in research funding. We have compiled a list of some of the best-funded life science departments, broken down by department name, number of awards given and research funding received. For a full list of departments and funding, visit the NIH website.