We are a specimen biobank, a reference laboratory and a CRO. Bringing together the building blocks to partner with our clients and drive science forward.
Together we share one vision, to drive science forward.

Joseph Mauro


Val Adia


Michael Morris


Frederick Kiechle, MD, PhD

Medical Director

Magdalyn Elkin

Technology Group Leader

Samantha Ross

BioBanx Group Leader

Adriana Coy

Sales and Marketing Group Leader

Isha Parsana

Procurement Group Leader

William Hill

Data Operations Group Leader

Dishit Dhami

Procurement Associate

Robin Schwartz

Business Development Associate

Mana Afshar

MDx Group Leader

Marcin Kopczak

Account Manager

Surendar Eera

Procurement Specialist

Hannah Nasir

BioBanx Technician

Rosario Gordillo

Clinical Project Lead, LATAM

Steven Lasso

Reference Lab Assistant

Sean Goodman

BioBanx Technician

Anthony Ross

BioBanx Technician

David Willoughby, PhD

CDx Advisor

Oleg Ovchinnikov, PhD

Bioinformatics Advisor

Benjamin Elkin

Data Analytics Advisor

We work as a team to satisfy our passion for science


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