FlowMetric establishes headquarters at PA Biotechnology Center

Polychromatic flow cytometry and immunohistochemistry (IHC) outsource services company FlowMetric  selected the PA Biotechnology Center as the location for its new clinical and medical diagnostic laboratory.  With clients ranging from bio-pharmaceutical companies to drug discovery companies, FlowMetric chose the Center due to its high-tech labs, instrumentation, and research-based environment to foster collaboration and communication between entrepreneurs and scientists. 
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PRESS RELEASE

FlowMetric Establishes Headquarters at PA Biotechnology Center

Niche CRO moves its clinical and medical diagnostic labs to Bucks County, PA 

PRLog (Press Release) – Jul 27, 2010 – Doylestown, Pa., July 26, 2010 – FlowMetric, Inc., a niche CRO delivering polychromatic flow cytometry and immunohistochemistry (IHC) outsource services to bio-pharma companies, is pleased to announce that it has selected the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center as the location for its new clinical and medical diagnostic laboratory.

“We are very excited to be moving into the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center,” said Renold Capocasale, founder & CEO of FlowMetric. “The Center offers state-of-the-art facilities and a collaborative environment of scientists and business innovators.”

With clients ranging from world-class bio-pharmaceutical companies to niche drug discovery companies, FlowMetric sought a location with high-tech labs and instrumentation, but also a research-based environment that fosters collaboration and communication between entrepreneurs and scientists.

Located in the heart of the nation’s east coast pharmaceutical and biotechnology corridor, the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center opened in September 2006 to provide a facility where academic scientists and entrepreneurs can work together to translate innovations in the laboratory to the marketplace where they will benefit patients.  

Renold Capocasale founded FlowMetric after more than twenty years in polychromatic flow cytometry and pharmaceutical research. As the Senior Research Scientist for Centocor Discovery Research, a Johnson & Johnson Company, Capocasale learned firsthand the value that top-notch facilities coupled with access to leading scientific minds offers. “The energy created in this type of community will foster FlowMetric’s growth and continuous innovation in our service offerings,” said Capocasale.

About FlowMetric
FlowMetric, Inc. is a niche contract resource organization (CRO) focused on providing integrated, cost-effective, and specialized polychromatic flow cytometry and immunehistochemistry (IHC) services delivered with an uncompromising commitment to quality to bio-pharma and drug discovery companies. FlowMetric is committed to providing independent, unbiased, comprehensive and precise test services as part of the pre-clinical and clinical trial process for its clients. Visit www.FlowMetric.com.

About Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center
The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center is a nonprofit research organization created by the Hepatitis B Foundation and owned in partnership with Delaware Valley College. A designated Keystone Innovation Zone, it is dedicated to the promotion of regional economic development and job creation; and to the education and training of tomorrow’s researchers. Visit www.pabiotechbc.org.

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