Alliance Partners

We are part of a global ecosystem of organizations and institutes that strive to bring medical breakthroughs to patients. By sharing resources and expertise with our Alliance Partners, we can leverage effective collaborations and partnerships.

Founding Alliance Partners (scroll down for links)
     BioInc@NYMC
     Center for Dermal Research (CDR), Rutgers
     Cures Within Reach
     My Green Lab
     The North Carolina Center of Innovation Network (NC COIN)

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BioInc@NYMC
Deborah Novick, Director - http://www.bioincny.com/

A collaborative environment built to spark innovation and foster entrepreneurial achievement, BioInc@NYMC is the only biotechnology incubator sited on a health sciences college campus in the Mid-Hudson Valley.

Located in Valhalla, BioInc offers more than 7,000 square feet of affordable, turnkey, wet lab and office space specifically designed to support early-stage biotech and medtech companies and high-potential entrepreneurs.  Startups have access to cutting edge core lab equipment and instrumentation, and to NYMC facilities and life science experts.  BioInc is designated by New York State's Empire Development Corp. as an Innovation Hot Spot and a Start-UP New York campus.

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Center for Dermal Research (CDR), Rutgers
Bozena Michniak-Kohn, Ph.D., Director and Founder - www.centerfordermalresearch.org

The CDR is a dedicated research center at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, addressing skin care research multidisciplinary collaborations with the pharmaceutical, personal care and cosmetic industries.  In addition to seminars, workshops, training, and an annual conference, the CDR provides skin formulation expertise and testing facilities for pharmaceutical, cosmetic and personal care research. Projects range from formulation screening to interdisciplinary development programs. 

The annual Innovations in Dermatological Sciences conference advances innovation in topical products for skin.   Researchers, clinicians, commercial professionals, and other stakeholders from academic, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, personal care, and service organizations gather to learn, exchange ideas, collaborate, and partner in areas where the science and business of skin pharmaceutics intersect.

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Cures Within Reach
Bruce Bloom, Ph.D., CEO - https://www.cureswithinreach.org/

Cures Within Reach improves patient quality and length of life by leveraging the speed, safety and cost-effectiveness of medical repurposing research, driving more treatments to more patients more quickly. Cures is the philanthropic leader in drug, device and nutraceutical repurposing research, which has the potential to transform the lives of patients with unsolved diseases by delivering treatments that can be used in the near-term.

Cures Within Reach uses CureAccelerator®, the only online repurposing research collaboration platform, to bring together clinicians, researchers, funders, and industry to create and conduct proof of concept repurposing clinical trials.

My Green Lab
Allison Paradise, Executive Director - www.mygreenlab.org

My Green Lab is fundamentally and permanently improving the sustainability of scientific research.  A California non-profit, we were formed to unify and lead scientists, vendors, designers, energy providers, and others in a common drive toward a world in which all research reflects the highest standards of social and environmental responsibility.  Run “for scientists, by scientists,” we leverage our credibility and track record to develop standards, oversee their implementation, and inspire the many behavioral changes that are needed throughout the scientific community.  Though My Green Lab focuses solely on laboratory environments, we believe our activities will excite similar changes across other industries, and in the private lives of the millions of people who spend their time in labs. MGL Guide to Green Chemistry

The North Carolina Center of Innovation Network (NC COIN)
Joe Magno, Executive Director - www.nccoin.org

NC COIN connects innovators and thought leaders across an array of scientific disciplines and sectors in North Carolina — from Biotechnology, Agriculture, Life Sciences, Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine. Established in 2009 with an initial grant from the State and North Carolina Biotechnology’s Centers of Innovation Grant Program, NC COIN is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) Corporation that serves the citizens of North Carolina as a Virtual Center of Innovation for businesses, researchers, entrepreneurs, students and institutions. As a statewide organization, NC COIN aims to be one of the premier sources of networking opportunities, information, and tailored innovation services for its members.  In the past few years the Center has evolved into a totally member and sponsor supported not-for-profit by bringing value to its members and the community at large.