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Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences Company Profile

10:52 EDT 23rd September 2017 | BioPortfolio

The Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences is a nonprofit research organization strategically located in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. The Hamner has a strong heritage in scientific scholarship and translational research. For 35 years, scientists at The Hamner have conducted small-molecule chemical safety studies to protect the environment. The Hamner has recently expanded its mission to include drug safety, NIH-funded human disease research, and support for life science start-ups. As a neutral, independent research institute, The Hamner works collaboratively with academia, government regulatory agencies, and commercial companies to accelerate the development of new bioscience technologies. For more information, please see www.thehamner.org or call (919) 558-1200.


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