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NEW JERSEY'S TOP
Research Centers
Ranked by the number of New Jersey researchers
By Danielle Mack
Rank | Prev. RESEARCH CENTER
YEAR ESTABLISHED
Website
SENIOR EXECUTIVE(S)
HEAD OF RESEARCH
TYPE OF RESEARCHN.J. RESEARCHERS
1 | 2
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
1766
www.rutgers.edu
Robert L. Barchi
Kenneth J. Breslauer
Life sciences, medical, physical and biological sciences, engineering, business, agriculture, and social sciences
5,310
2 | 1
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.
1858
www.bms.com
Lamberto Andreotti
Francis M Cuss MB BChir, FRCP
Biopharmaceutical research and development
3,600
3 | NR
Merck & Co. Inc.
1891
www.merck.com
Kenneth C. Frazier
Roger M. Perlmutter
Alzheimer's disease, atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, novel vaccines, obesity, cancer, pain and sleep disorders
3,100
4 | 3
Picatinny Arsenal
1880
www.pica.army.mil
Gerardo Melendez
NA
Armament research
2,614
5 | 4
Princeton University
1746
www.princeton.edu
David Langiulli
Pablo G. Debenedetti
Engineering, astrophysical, atmospheric and ocean sciences, geosciences, physics, plasma, photonics, materials science, mathematics, molecular biology, genomics, neuroscience, psychology, and humanities
1,200
6 | 7
New Jersey Institute of Technology
1881
www.njit.edu
Joel S. Bloom
Donald Sebastian
Solar physics, architecture, applied mathematics, wireless communications and networking, neural engineering, nanotechnology, e-learning and advanced engineered particulate materials research
500
7 | 9
Siemens Corp., Corporate Technology
1977
www.usa.siemens.com/research
Kurt Bettenhausen
Kurt Bettenhausen
Cross-functional research teams bring together a broad range of technical and business expertise from different disciplines
300
8 | NR
BASF Corp.
1865
www.basf.us
Hans Engel, Beate Ehle, Andre Becker, Kenneth Lane, Peter Eckes, Matthew Lepore, Keith Ansbacher
Mike Pcolinksi
Portfolio ranges from chemicals, plastics and performance products to agricultural products, fine chemicals as well as oil and gas
269
9 | 11
Institute for Advanced Study
1930
www.ias.edu
Robbert Dijkgraaf
NA
Theoretical research in the sciences and humanities
217
10 | 13
SRI International
1942
www.sri.com
Mark A. Clifton
NA
Computer vision/video processing, imaging and sensing devices, ICs, lasers, digital video, biometric identification
205
11 | 14
Applied Communication Sciences
2012
www.appcomsci.com
Tony Bogovic, Brent Greene
Petros Mouchtaris
Communications and information
180
12 | 15
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey
1991
www.cinj.org
Robert DiPaola
Edmund Lattime
Basic, clinical and translational cancer research
160
13 | 16
Reckitt Benckiser LLC
1991
www.rb.com
Alexander Lacik
James Dalton
Surface cleaners, disinfectants, antiseptics, biocides, personal care
130
14 | NR
Hackensack University Medical Center
1888
www.hackensackumc.org
Robert C. Garrett
Robert Korngold
Adult and pediatric oncology, liver and kidney metabolism, infectious disease, hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, immunology, anatomy, cardiology, maternal-fetal medicine
110
15 | NR
GE Healthcare Bio-Sciences Corp.
2004
www.gehealthcare.com
Kieran Murphy
NA
Transformational medical technologies in disease research, drug discovery, biopharmaceuticals, medical imaging, information technologies, medical diagnostics and patient monitoring systems
100
16 | 18
Coriell Institute for Medical Research
1953
www.coriell.org
Joseph L. Mintzer, Michael F. Christman
Michael F. Christman
Personalized medicine, genomics, stem cell research, and biobanking, Coriell Personalized Medicine Collaborative research study, Cell and DNA Repository for NIGMS, NIA, NHGRI, NINDS and many more vital collections, offering cell biology, cytogenetics, molecular biology and differentiated cell biology
71
17 | 19
Mathematica Policy Research
1986
www.mathematica-mpr.com
Paul T. Decker
Barbara Devaney
Disability, early childhood, education, family support, health, international, labor and nutrition
70
18 | 22
Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Inc.
2001
www.lexpharma.com
Arthur T. Sands, Alan J. Main, Jeffrey L. Wade, Brian P. Zambrowicz
Brian P. Zambrowicz
Small molecule therapeutics
42
19 | 23
SciTec Inc.
1979
www.scitec.com
James Lisowski
NA
Research and development for Department of Defense, government agencies and industrial system development firms
25
20 | NR
Insmed Inc.
1997
www.insmed.com
William H. Lewis, Andrew T. Drechsler, Matthew Pauls, Renu Gupta
Walter R. Perkins
Pharmaceutical
6
21 | 25
Metrofuser LLC
2003
www.metrofuser.com
Eric Katz, Will DeMuth
NA
Metrofuser forefront of many early stage product prototypes. The research Lab has quietly developed and tested prototypes and solicits feedback on how the technology could be used or improved. The group is responsible for inventing and productizing many industry solutions and quality initiatives. Metrofuser believes remanufacturing is not only a eco-friendly alternative, but it is also a chance for parts to evolve from its original state. At Metrofuser each repair generation is an evolution to greater quality - a continuous improvement from the original factory model. From implementing engineering upgrades and component-level redesigns all the way through to process engineering efficiencies, the evolution and innovation never stops at Metrofuser.
2
22 | NR
Xenna Corp.
1996
www.xenna.com
Carol J. Buck
Carol J. Buck
Personal care and OTC products
1
 
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