Contact UsAngelika Niemz
535 Watson Drive
Claremont, CA 91711
Phone: (909) 607-9854
Email: angelika_niemz[at symbol]kgi.edu
Claremont BioSolutions (ClaremontBio) is dedicated to next-generation devices for lysis and nucleic acid extraction from microbial cells for PCR ready sample. ClaremontBio provides laboratories with low-priced, user-friendly devices for molecular diagnostics and bioscience research. Key focuses on ClaremontBio's novel technology are ease of use, disposibility, cost effectiveness, versatility, elimination of extensive protocols, as well as elimination of the need for additional lab equipment such as centrifuges and wash baths. This novel technology can be applied to point-of-care systems, mini flow through platforms and various other integrations. The company has developed a family of proprietary products for the ultra-fast mechanical lysis of cells, the extraction and purification of genomic DNA, and the cost-effective, real-time detection of amplified DNA sequences.
People: Robert Doebler, Tanya Ferguson, Ryan Talbot, Bruce Irvine
PATH is an international nonprofit organization whose work reaches more than 70 countries and responds to the spectrum of global health needs. PATH’s mission is to improve the health of people around the world by advancing technologies, strengthening systems, and encouraging healthy behaviors.
People: David Boyle, Bernhard Weigel, Dexiang Chen, Manjari Lal, Scott Priddy
ARUP Laboratories is a national clinical and anatomic pathology reference laboratory and an enterprise of the University of Utah and its Department of Pathology. ARUP offers in excess of 3,000 tests and test combinations, ranging from routine screening tests to highly esoteric molecular and genetic assays.
People: Karl Voelkerding, Melody Perez
Seattle BioMed is a not-for-profit research institute focusing on the elimination of the world’s most devastating infectious diseases, including tuberculosis. We’re working closely with the Cangelosi Lab, which focuses on infectious disease biomarkers and molecular detection of pathogens clinical and environmental samples.
People: Jerry Cangelosi, Kris Weigel, Annie Lakey, Delia Ontengco
The Seattle & King County Tuberculosis Control program provides services to persons with confirmed pulmonary TB, as well as persons suspected of having pulmonary TB. The Program also conducts contact investigations to identify and appropriately treat individuals exposed to infectious pulmonary cases, follow-up TB Screening for Immigrants & Refugees (Class B), epidemiological surveillance, Quality Control and Research, Education and Outreach and Medical Provider Consultations.
People: Masa Narita, Meg Savlov, Sergio Steele and the entire TB Control Program Team