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Each of our R&D centers specializes in a different area of scientific exploration. We have several major campuses located throughout the U.S. and U.K.

Andover
Andover, Massachusetts
A 70-acre site that combines state-of-the-art R&D facilities with flexible, multi-product manufacturing capabilities
boulder
Boulder, Colorado
An expert in small molecule drug discovery with a focus on developing innovative cancer therapeutics
Cambridge
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Global headquarters for our Center for Therapeutic Innovation (CTI), which has established locations in New York City, San Diego, and San Francisco
Groton
Groton, Connecticut
Where nearly every one of our products are, in part, developed
lajolla
La Jolla, California
Powerfully reinforcing the company's presence in the global biotechnology industry
Pearl River
Pearl River, New York
The primary location for our company’s global Vaccine Research and Development work
Sandwich
Sandwich, UK
Home of the Pharmaceutical Sciences and Global Regulatory Affairs groups
st.louis
St. Louis, MO
A 300,000 sq. ft. facility producing innovative emergency care products that serve unique needs during severe medical crises
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