StemExpress to open new facility in Nev.

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

April 5, 2021 -- Medical research firm StemExpress announced that it plans to open a new facility in Reno, NV.

The site will be a cell collection center, a shipping warehouse, and a training and research facility. The company aims to work with the University of Nevada, Reno's science programs.

StemExpress' northern Nevada facility. Image courtesy of StemExpress.

StemExpress currently has seven locations in California, Massachusetts, Maryland, Philadelphia, and North Carolina. The company supports medical research, clinical trials, and commercialization of disease-specific treatment, cell and gene therapies, and precision medicine.

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