Our Company

Our Company

Our Company

iSpecimen is the marketplace for human biospecimen collections, providing research with the specimens they need from the patients they want.  We use proprietary cloud-based technology to match qualifying samples and associated data from our diverse partner network of hospitals, labs, biobanks, blood centers, and other clinical organizations to biomedical researchers’ specimen requests. iSpecimen sources biofluids, solid tissue, and viable cells, offering clinical remnants, banked samples, and samples collected prospectively and specifically for research. Scientists gain easy access to the high quality samples they need. Partner sites gain an opportunity to contribute to medical discovery as well as their bottom line. And ultimately, healthcare advances for all.

Our History

The idea for iSpecimen’s pioneering technology was born out of a research program at a major academic hospital where university researchers saved time and money by using clinical discards to drive their studies. iSpecimen leveraged this idea and developed proprietary technology which now resides at clinical laboratories in the iSpecimen Partner Network in order to bring these same efficiencies to the rest of the life sciences research community not only for remnant samples, but also for banked samples and those collected specifically for research.

Our Partners

The iSpecimen Partner Network includes hospitals, commercial laboratories, biorepositories, blood centers, Health Information Exchanges, specialty clinics, and other healthcare institutions. These facilities provide iSpecimen with human biospecimens and de-identified patient data to help advance medical research in exchange for a recurring revenue stream and more efficient access to specimens for their own internal research programs.

Our Customers

iSpecimen provides richly-annotated specimens to medical researchers in the life science industry, including pharmaceutical, diagnostic, biotech and contract research organizations. Our customers also include researchers in government agencies and academic institutions.