The Hepatitis B Foundation, Baruch S. Blumberg Institute and Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center are nonprofit organizations working in a shared ecosystem to foster scientific innovation to create a world free of hepatitis B and liver cancer.
The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center is the home for the Hepatitis B Foundation and The Baruch S. Blumberg Institute, fostering a collaborative environment for early-stage life science companies to thrive and contribute to the mission of curing Hepatitis B and Liver Cancer. The Hepatitis B Foundation is the global leader in public health, policy and advocacy to eliminate hepatitis B and liver cancer. The Baruch S. Blumberg Institute is a research organization dedicated to finding a cure for hepatitis B and liver cancer.
The three organizations are dedicated to upholding evidence-based scientific discovery in a collaborative environment that prioritizes integrity, teamwork, equity, respect, and inclusion of all community members.
The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center (PABC) is a nonprofit life sciences incubator dedicated to the creation of a world-class biotechnology center; to the promotion of regional economic development and job creation; and to the education and training of tomorrow’s researchers.
Managed by the Baruch S. Blumberg Institute, the PABC seeks to advance biotechnology in Bucks County and the surrounding region, maximize synergies between nonprofit scientists and their commercial colleagues, and launch new ideas and discoveries that will make a difference.
A three-minute video about the center is posted below:
The PABC's $19 million dollar expansion is finished! Read more about the new laboratory space here.