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NEW JERSEY'S TOP
Life Sciences Companies
Ranked by the number of New Jersey employees
By Danielle Mack
Rank | Prev. COMPANY
YEAR ESTABLISHED
Website
SENIOR EXECUTIVE(S)
Products/Services
N.J. EMPLOYEES
1 | 1
Johnson & Johnson
1886
www.jnj.com
Alex Gorsky
Health care products
13,500
2 | 2
Merck & Co. Inc.
1891
www.merck.com
Kenneth C. Frazier
Global research-driven pharmaceutical company
8,300
3 | 3
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.
1858
www.bms.com
Lamberto Andreotti
Global biopharmaceutical company
6,300
4 | 8
Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals
1863
www.bayerus.com
Philip Blake
Pharmaceuticals, consumer care, diabetes care and radiology and interventional
2,500
5 | NR
Bio-Reference Laboratories Inc.
1981
www.bioreference.com
Marc D. Grodman
Primarily focusing on esoteric testing, molecular diagnostics, genetic sequencing, anatomical pathology, women's health and correctional health care
2,304
6 | NR
Stryker Spine
1977
www.stryker.com
Bill Huffnagle, David Floyd
Medical technology company dedicated to helping health care professionals perform their jobs more efficiently while enhancing patient care
1,962
7 | 5
BD
1897
www.bd.com
Vincent A. Forlenza
Health care and medical technology
1,862
8 | NR
Covance Inc.
1997
www.covance.com
Joseph L. Herring
Nonclinical and clinical drug development services, and commercialization services
1,441
9 | 10
Ranbaxy / Ohm Laboratories
1995
www.ranbaxy.com
Venkat Krishnan, Bernard Brothman, Chuck Caprariello
Pharmaceutical and generic products
629
10 | 11
LifeCell Corp.
1986
www.lifecell.com
NA
Tissue repair products: AlloDerm, Cymetra, GraftJacket, Revolve, SPY Elite, and Strattice
600
11 | 12
Sandoz Inc.
1895
www.us.sandoz.com
Peter Goldschmidt
Development, production, and distribution of high-quality, affordable medicines
350
12 | 15
Tris Pharma Inc.
2000
www.trispharma.com
Ketan Mehta
Pharmaceutical company engaged in the research and development of drug delivery technologies and manufacturing
305
13 | 13
Teva Pharmaceuticals
1901
www.tevausa.com
Allan Oberman
Generic pharmaceuticals
292
14 | 14
Shionogi Inc.
2010
www.shionogi.com
John Keller, Deanne Melloy, Tadashi Hara, Gary Dickinson, Joseph Spagnardi
Focus on the development and commercialization of high quality medicines to meet patient needs, while recognizing and addressing the highly personal nature of healthcare. Therapeutic areas of focus include Women's Health and Pain. Launched Osphena (ospemifene) in June 2013.
256
15 | NR
Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Inc.
1992
www.drreddys.com
Umang Vohra
Global pharmaceutical company committed to creating access to affordable and innovative medicine through three core businesses: pharmaceutical services and active ingredients, generics, and proprietary products
160
16 | NR
Savient Pharmaceuticals
1980
www.savient.com
Richard P. Crowley, John P. Hamill
Develop and commercialize pharmaceutical specialty products: KRYSTEXXA and Oxandrin
130
17 | 17
Immunomedics Inc.
1982
www.immunomedics.com
Cynthia L. Sullivan
Immunotherapeutics for the treatment of cancer, autoimmune and other serious diseases
124
18 | NR
SPEX CertiPrep
1954
www.spexcertiprep.com
Yvonne Cangelosi
Organic and Inorganic Certified Reference Materials for ICP, ICP-MS, IC, AA, GC, GC-MS, LC, LC-MS. Certified by by UL DQL for ISO 9001 and accredited by A2LA for ISO 17025 and ISO Guide 34.
75
19 | 19
VaxInnate Corp.
2001
www.vaxinnate.com
David Taylor, Wayne Pisano, Christine Mayer, Katalin Abraham, Kathleen McGowan, Lynda Tussey , Andrew Drechsler
Vaccine research and development
55
20 | 21
Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Inc.
2001
www.lexpharma.com
Arthur T. Sands, Alan J. Main, Jeffrey L. Wade, Brian P. Zambrowicz
Biopharmaceutical company focused on discovering and developing breakthrough treatments for human disease
49
21 | 23
Cambrex
1981
www.cambrex.com
Steven M. Klosk, Greg P. Sargen
Providing products, services and technologies to accelerate the development and commercialization of small molecule therapeutics
20
22 | 24
Onconova Therapeutics Inc.
1998
www.onconova.com
Ramesh Kumar
Developing proprietary drug products
15
23 | 25
Soligenix Inc.
1987
www.soligenix.com
Christopher J. Schaber, Joseph Warusz, Richard Straube, Robert Brey
A therapeutics segment dedicated to the development of products for orphan diseases and areas of unmet medical need such as oral mucositis, pediatric Crohn's disease, acute radiation enteritis, and Graft-versus-Host disease (GVHD); and a vaccines/biodefense segment to develop vaccines and therapeutics for military and civilian applications in the areas of ricin exposure, anthrax exposure, gastrointestinal acute radiation syndrome, and melioidosis
10
 
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