Coriell In The News
South Jersey Biz magazine, a premier statewide business publication, includes Coriell's Dr. Steven Madore in its first ever "Best of HealthCare" roundup.
Coriell's Director of Government Affairs and Policy, Susan Delaney, is recognized as a leader in the life sciences field by the State General Assembly.
Several media outlets covered the successful 33rd edition of the Coriell Science Fair.
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, a leading source for tech and biomedical industry developments, taps Dr. Christman for an article on personalized medicine.
An in-depth article by Bio-IT World, an online source for personalized medicine and cutting-edge technology news, features the pioneering work taking place at Coriell and at its spin-off, Coriell Life Sciences.
An article co-authored by Philadelphia's NBC10 and NewsWorks, a NPR affiliate, cites Coriell Institute as an essential fixture in Camden City's rebuilding efforts.
Get cozy with the Winter edition of Discover Coriell! Learn about the Institute's exciting new for-profit spinoff venture that's poised to advance personalized medicine, catch up on the CPMC's momentous partnership with the U.S. Air Force, and commemorate 60 years of science with a Coriell retrospective.
Coriell receives a $7.7M contract extension for the National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke biobank, one of the Institute's cornerstone collections.
Genome Medicine has published a paper on personalized medicine authored by several Coriell scientists.
Dr. Courtney Kronenthal, Coriell's Director of Communications and Development, has been named a Woman of Distinction by the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Giving to Coriell
As a non-profit institute, Coriell is fortunate to be engaged in several federally-funded awards. However, we rely on private philanthropy for our more cutting-edge, independent research. Thank you for supporting science!