On Thursday, July 28, 2022 Visikol hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate its expanded lab and office space

Visikol has expanded its 11,0000 sq ft Hampton, NJ facility through the addition of lab space and office to meet the growing demand from its clients and customers. Visikol originally spun out from Rutgers University in 2016 and over the last 6 years has been growing rapidly as a provider of advanced drug discovery and development services to pharmaceutical and biotech companies. Today, Visikol counts the top 20 pharmaceutical companies as clients and has been instrumental in dozens of drug discovery and development programs.

Visikol’s new space is adjacent to its current space within the Shelbourne Building, and allows Visikol to greatly grow its current footprint while keeping its team all under the same roof. Over the last two years, Visikol’s business growth has greatly accelerated as its advanced tissue imaging and advanced cell culture services have garnered widespread adoption. In particular, Visikol has developed a multiplex tissue imaging approach which has become a go-to tool for researchers developing immuno-oncology therapeutics and working to understand the immune systems role in the tumor micro-environment.  These services have allowed pharmaceutical and biotech companies to address questions that they could otherwise not answer and also to accelerate their discovery and development processes.

Visikol hosted a ribbon cutting and BBQ to celebrate this new space. Guests included Hunterdon County Commissioner Susan Soloway and Mark Saluk.

  • Grand Opening Ribbon
  • Michael Giving Speech
  • Michael and Tom cutting ribbon
  • CEO Michael Johnson, PhD and CSO Tom Villani, PhD with Susan Soloway, Hunterdon County Commissioner
  • CEO Michael Johnson, PhD and CSO Tom Villani, PhD with Susan Soloway, Hunterdon County Commissioner and Mark Saluk
  • Tom and Michael Cut Visikol Cake
  • Visikol Cake Topper
2022-08-02T10:32:20-05:00

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