The Northwest is home to some of the best talent in this research. Our goal to provide the best biomolecular molecules, and to develop models that meet the research need. Then to create a biologic as an effective tool or therapeutic.
This is a grass root effort
This is a real grass roots effort being built by local scientists and families experiencing Fibrosis. Please support our efforts in our gift shop as we build our inventory of biomolecular reagents.
We have the expertise to make a real effort into this study on a shoe string budget. We have already set up a protein science lab in Seattle. We need the resources and bench space to build out this specific venture.
We are building out biomolecule reagents for sale, biomolecular assay kits, and imaging products. We are designing scientific equipment, software and instruments to improve the research flow at the bench.
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My mother passed away from IPF in 2006. We watched as my mother became weaker and weaker as she could not breathe. It was three years from the time she was diagnosed to the time she passed. Just a few years earlier she was roller blading up and down our street, still in her 70's. In the late stages she would get out and walk down the road with her walker and oxygen tank to keep mobile. She never smoked in her life. She was up before five every morning exercising to keep herself fit.
conrad mccarthy LLC 2018
Named after Kelly Neilane McCarthy (1979-2002) and in memory of Bernice Spencer Conrad (1926-2006)
Scott and Pat McCarthy Conrad McCarthy LLC
Pat and I have rented the bench at the BioIncubator! Now that we have a commercial address we begin the creation of the DBA and account set up. Our first piece of large equipment is an OMAX Digital Fluorescent Trinocular Biology Microscope.
We want to thank our early contributors. Thank you!