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Academic Outreach & Non-Profit Screening Trends 2014
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This market report summarizes the results of HTStec’s 2nd global web-based benchmarking survey on academic outreach and non-profit screening centers carried out in January 2014. 

The study was initiated by HTStec as part of its ongoing tracking of emerging life science marketplaces. The current document updates and extends HTStec’s previous (June 2011) report on this subject.

The report is intended as a reference/resource document that will facilitate identifying screening centers with certain capabilities or interests, and the direct comparison (benchmarking) of the screening centers surveyed. It is anticipated that the report will be of interest to 3rd parties seeking comparative data and a concise summary of information on academic outreach and non-profit screening (e.g. Large Pharma or Disease Foundations looking for potential screening collaborators; vendors seeking to identify suitable centers; or organizations considering setting up new centers).


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