Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Anpac Bio Relocate US Headquarters from San Jose to Philadelphia Region

by John Jordan Globest.com
A growing San Jose, CA-based biotech firm has announced plans to establish its second clinical laboratory site and new U.S. corporate headquarters here at Spring House Innovation Park.

Anpac Bio, which signed a 6,724-square-foot lease at the Montgomery County complex, will be joining a list of life science tenants at the campus, including Jefferson Institute Bioprocessing, among others. Anpac is expected to move into its new headquarters in March of 2020.
Anpac Bio is a biotechnology company focused on early cancer screening and detection. With multiple certified clinical laboratories in China, Anpac Bio markets a suite of cancer screening and detection tests, including CDA, bio-chemistry, immunology and genomics tests.

“We are very excited to be moving forward with our U.S. corporate headquarters and laboratory in Pennsylvania. The state has a mature life sciences ecosystem and a supportive start-up environment that will allow our U.S. business to lay the foundation for future success,” says Shaun Gong, Anpac’s U.S. President.
Anpac Bio CEO Dr. Chris Yu adds that the firm’s second clinical laboratory in Philadelphia will allow the firm to work with its hospital principal investigators and partners on the East Coast much more closely and effectively.

Spring House Innovation Park is a suburban Philadelphia multi-tenant 600,000-square-foot research campus developed and owned by MRA Group. The complex offers move-in ready and build-to-sure laboratories, state-of-the-art research and development facilities, and Class A office and co-working space.
Earlier this year, Philadelphia was ranked a top 10 life sciences market in the nation. With 51,000 people working in the life sciences industry, Philadelphia is home to one of the top talent pools in the country, beating out both New York City and Los Angeles.

MRA Group announced recently that its chief operating officer Phil Butler will serve on the panel at the Molecule to Market Conference presented at the Quorum at the University City Science Center on October 30. Butler will feature Spring House Innovation Park (as an integral real estate project shaping the Philadelphia life sciences sector.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.