- Services Overview
- Biorepository/Biobanking Overview
- Cell Therapy Services
- Laboratory Overview
- Storage/Transport of Bio-API
- Kit Production/Clinical Trial Support
- Qualification / Validation Services
- News/Press Releases
Fisher BioServices offers global on-site or off-site biobanking service, clinical trial support, cell therapy solutions, biologic-API management, and cold chain logistics. We house over 170,000,000 samples in facilities around the world. Request information about any of our services online!
Our bio-storage capacity at all temperatures (ambient through cryogenic) is flexible and scalable.
We are the experts in transporting, storing, and handling biological API and cellular therapies at cryogenic temperatures.
Our central laboratory provide sample bioprocessing, including high-throughput sample aliquoting, DNA/RNA extraction and amplification, and other processing for genomic studies.
We supply specimen collection kits and pharmaceutical supplies for basic research as well as for clinical trials. (Chat with a kit production expert to get started!)
Our proprietary, custom-built Sample Inventory Information Management System appends a complete data set and audit trail to every sample. Clients have online access to their materials and data through a web portal into our inventory management system. Click here to view the 508 compliance tables applicable to our online ordering system.
We comply with current good manufacturing practices (cGMPs), current good documentation practices (cGDPs), current good tissue practices (cGTPs), and current good laboratory practices (cGLPs).
We distribute samples to approved researchers and work with you to establish pricing and cost recovery options.
We provide informative and relevant guidance to the life science community on biobanking, clinical trial sample management, cell therapy, and biologic-API management. Check out one of our most popular blog posts and InfoPoster on "10 Things You Should Know About Dry Shippers Before Shipping High Value Biologics" and for other related guidance subscribe to the Fisher BioServices Blog.