Our goal is to provide humanized mouse models to the research community, to collaborate on research studies of common interest, and to advance the general use of these models for a broad range of translational and preclinical studies. We disseminate knowledge through education and high-quality research publications.
We have over 4 years of experience in constructing several different types of humanized mouse models, some of which are described on our website (mouse models) and in our papers, others are being prepared for publication and/or are under development. Our experienced research staff can also customize the models to meet specific investigator needs. The vast majority of our stem cell studies are with adult human stem cells because that is our sweet spot. However iPSCs and hESCs cells can easily be incorporated as well. We have active research programs in infectious diseases, tissue injury/regenerative stem cell medicine and in hematopoietic/immune system development. Importantly, we also have set up the infrastructure including broad animal protocols experienced research and surgical staff to initiate and execute research collaborations with Harvard University and Medical School faculty, as well as other academic and non-profit institutions and industry.
We recognize the importance of strict confidentiality. We can initiate a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) to begin detailed discussions about a specific research collaboration. Our collaborators can follow the progress of their project through a password protected extranet site.
Please feel free to contact us by email to set up for a FREE consultation. We will respond to your general query by email or your specific project by a conference call (see Contact information).