City University of NY | Center for Advanced Technology United States

A New Era of Science at CUNY

When it opens in the fall of 2014, the Advanced Science Research Center will bring CUNY to a landmark moment in its decade-long, multi-billion-dollar commitment to becoming a national leader in visionary scientific research of vital, real-world consequence.

A decade in the planning, the first phase of the ASRC is rapidly taking shape on the south end of the City College campus in Upper Manhattan: a striking glass-encased structure that will be at the center of CUNY’s expanding universe of science and embody a bold vision of 21st Century discovery.

The construction of a $350 million building with 200,000 square feet of world-class facilities would be big news for any institution, public or private. But sophistication and scale are only part of  the ASRC story. At the center’s core will be an innovative approach to the scientific method itself, one that seeks to break down some of the walls between disparate but increasingly inter-related disciplines of applied science.

The ASRC will focus CUNY initiatives in five of the most energized areas of global research: Nanoscience. Photonics. Structural Biology. Neuroscience. Environmental Sciences.

Dr Myron Wecker
Deputy Director 

Claudia S. Plottel, MD, MSc United States

Dr Claudia S. Plottel
Clinical Associate Professor 

CLEANIS France

CLEANIS Cleanis invents and manufactures a range of medical grade bags with absorbent pad for the management of body fluids and which are clinically proven to be very effective in the containment of Healthcare-Associated Infections (H.A.I.) such as VRE or the deadly and highly prevalent Clostridium difficile. Cleanis invents and manufactures innovative hygiene medical products for the safe management of body fluids such as sanitary absorbent liners; clinically proven to be very effective in the containment of Hospital Acquired Infections (H.A.I.) Industry sectors Medtech Therapeutics Area Infectious Diseases - Vaccines
Your innovative solution

Carebag is a range of green friendly medical grade bags and liners equipped with a super absorbent pad, designed to replace or cover collection containers such as bedpan ; thus providing a safe solution for the collection, transport and disposal of body fluids whether infectious or not. Made with innovative polymers.

Which problem are you solving ?

The excretas and body fluids management. Carebag has multiple benefits: improvement of hygiene and infection control ; decrease of infection rate ; reduction of Healthcare-Associated Infections (H.A.I.) such as the deadly and highly prevalent C diff. ; substantial cost savings generated by the Reduction of nursing and PPE savings.

Target market segments

Where collection containers such as bedpans or commode pails are used: Hospital (10 to 15% of hospitalization with the support of Infection Preventionnist, especially ICU, Emergency dpt, PACU, post op, cancer treatment center 

Key value proposition

Innovation: Inventor of the product / Leader / Continuous innovation / IP

LAURENT HELEWA
President 

CleveXel Pharma France

CLEVEXEL Pharma invests its teams' know-how to catalyze innovative drug development projects and ensure their attractiveness on the market.

We are an integrated, one-stop-shop solution for the co-development of promising new therapeutic compounds. We partner with inventors to boost the development of their product from proof-of-concept in an animal model to proof-of-concept in human. The project is then outlicensed to a pharmaceutical company for Phase III and Market Access.

Christian BLOY
PRESIDENT 
Mr Adrien Decque
Coordinateur scientifique 

Clinilabs United States

If you’ve been looking for something different from your CRO, choose the one that stands out.

Welcome to Clinilabs, where science leads business.

Clinilabs is a premier full-service CRO that specializes in applying scientific principles to phase I, II, and III studies in order to bring investigational products to the threshold of successful approval.  Our unique development strategy builds value into early phase development programs, carrying promising products forward swiftly and abandoning failures early.  We enable our clients to apply their resources wisely and maximize the value of their drug and device portfolios.
 
Expect something different from your CRO – Science. Communication. Collaboration. Results. 

Mr Gary Zammit
President & CEO 

ClinSmart, LLC United States

ClinSmart is known as a trusted partner for both simple and comprehensive development programs required by biopharmaceutical and medical device companies, since 1994. Our academically and industry trained staff, combined and supported by the latest proven technologies, focuses on improving the efficiency of clinical development while minimizing risk and costs. We guarantee upfront strategic clinical planning, high quality regulatory packages including risk mitigation strategies prior to the start of any project, organizational structure which results in lower costs than a large CRO, global capabilities, and overall clinical and scientific expertise. Our experienced staff will work closely with your team to understand the requirements of your development program and will ensure that the right team is put into place to accomplish the tasks at hand.

For more information about our team and services, please visit our website (www.clinsmart.com) and LinkedIn page.

Mr Eric Yhap
Director of Sales and Marketing 

CNCCEF - ICT France

Present in 146 countries, CCEs form an active network of over 4,000 members at the service of French companies around the world.


Selected for their competence and their international experience, the 'Conseillers du Commerce extérieur de la France' (CCE - French Foreign Trade Advisor) are appointed for three years through a prime ministerial decree, on the recommendations of the Minister for Foreign Trade. For more than 115 years, on a voluntary basis, they have been placing their experience at the service of France's economic presence around the world.

Mr Gilbert Reveillon
President ICT & CDO 

Colliers International United States

Colliers International Group Inc. (NASDAQ: CIGI; TSX: CIG) is a global leader in commercial real estate services with more than 16,300 professionals operating from 502 offices in 67 countries. With an enterprising culture and significant insider ownership, Colliers professionals provide a full range of services to real estate occupiers, owners and investors worldwide across a broad range of property types, including:

  • Brokerage;
  • Global corporate solutions;
  • Investment sales and capital markets;
  • Project management and workplace solutions;
  • Property and asset management;
  • Consulting, valuation and appraisal services; and,
  • Customized research and thought leadership. 


Colliers International has been ranked among the top 100 outsourcing firms by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals' Global Outsourcing for 10 consecutive years, more than any other real estate services firm.

Jack Callahan
Life Science Advisor 

Columbia University | DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOPHYSICS United States

Inflammation is the mammalian response to infection. Normally it is defensive and thwarts pathogenic assaults but occasionally it runs amok, leading to physiological chaos and death. We are interested in the regulation of the inflammatory pathway as mediated by various cytokines. We focus on the regulation of interleukin-1 by the interleukin-1 receptor antagonist, determine its interactions with other cytokines and assay the cellular and molecular consequences when interleukin expression is altered. Transgenic mice and mice deleted for genes encoding these regulatory molecules have been generated and we utilize them as tools for deciphering these inflammatory pathways.

Cells use receptor mediated endocytosis to take up proteins from their environment, be it for antigen processing, polypeptide hormone signaling, nutrient supplementation, growth factor stimulation or receptor modulation. We are studying the endocytic pathway and receptor recycling using a molecular genetic analysis in the model organism, C. elegans. Our purpose is to identify new key molecular components in the pathway and to elucidate their structures and functions.

Dr David Hirsh
Professor 

Columbia University Medical Center | Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Center United States

Biography

Mathew S. Maurer, MD, is medical director of The HCM Center at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center. A general internist and geriatric cardiologist with advanced training in heart failure and cardiac transplantation, he has received grants from the National Institute on Aging to study cardiovascular changes in older patients and specializes in the care of patients with heart failure and a preserved ejection fraction, including patients with HCM. Dr. Maurer is an associate professor of Medicine at Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, where he directs the Clinical Cardiovascular Research Laboratory for the Elderly (CCRLE) at the Allen Hospital of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Maurer is a member of the Advanced Cardiac Care Center at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia.

Website:
www.nyp.org
Dr Mathew Maurer MD
Medical Director