UB’s New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics & Life Sciences (CBLS) has leading edge resources available to life sciences companies and research institutions to take R&D to the next level, whether creating new discoveries or preparing a new or improved product or service for marketplace launch.
We offer expertise spanning the spectrum between basic and translational research in many areas related to bioinformatics and life sciences, including:
Let us help you find the space you need, including:
Budget & Operations Manager
Get the boost you need to bring your life-changing ideas to market, find new innovations, or get R&D assistance to enhance your products and services. The CBLS has dedicated business development staff to help your life sciences company assemble the resources necessary to succeed.
Business Development Executive
Discoveries and innovations at UB often turn into useful products and services that save lives and improve the population’s quality of life.
UB’s Office of Science, Technology Transfer and Economic Outreach (STOR) works with UB faculty and private companies to transfer this technology to the private sector for public benefit, while providing opportunities for further development and commercial applications. Review the university’s portfolio of technologies available for licensing.
UB offers more than 50 degree programs in technical and business areas critical to the life sciences. Visit UB’s website to learn more. CBLS also offers noncredit-bearing seminars, programs and websites for those interested in learning more about the life sciences.
For more information, please visit:
Sandra Small, PhD
Integrated Science Education Manager
As the front door to university resources across all our campuses, the OED can help with your broader needs beyond the life sciences. Please contact us if you need to:
"The CBLS is the "front door" to the resources companies need to grow their businesses. Whether you need access to facilities, equipment, people or funding, the UB CBLS will connect you to all that the University has to offer."