Why Become a HudsonAlpha Biotech Company?

HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology offers 152 acres of possibilities for existing bioscience companies as well as startups. With lower operating costs, a pro-business environment, access to global markets and a skilled genomic workforce, HudsonAlpha is poised for growth and for welcoming new companies. There are many benefits of establishing a startup, growing an early stage company or relocating an established company to HudsonAlpha. From superior physical space to leading-edge intellectual talent, advantages found at HudsonAlpha provide opportunities for life science companies to grow and expand in stride with economic waves spurred by new technologies. In addition, fostering growth in the biotech industry is a priority for the state of Alabama and for many of our regional economic development organizations. Lab space at HudsonAlpha is built to NIH specifications, and the Institute can also accommodate many custom requests. Available common space currently includes meeting rooms, high-definition video conference rooms, an auditorium, and a library. Janitorial services, material management, a fitness center, and 24-hour security are additional perks for companies located at HudsonAlpha.

You’ll be In Good Company

More than 30 life science companies call HudsonAlpha home. HudsonAlpha associate companies bring unmatched diversity to Huntsville’s high-tech community, and provide a significant impact on life science work happening around the state. Associate companies work in a wide range of life science sectors, providing biospecimens to research scientists, offering diagnostic services to physicians, and developing and testing biopharmaceuticals and medical devices. These special capabilities make North Alabama’s only biotechnology research institute one of the most cutting-edge genomic centers in the nation.

Associate companies at HudsonAlpha apply the principles of biotechnology toward clinical trials for research labs, medical labs, and pharmaceutical companies. In addition, companies at the Institute use the latest technologies (including robotics) to detect bio markers for certain conditions, and to develop innovative therapeutics for the treatment of diseases like cancer, Parkinson’s, and ALS.