HSRL’s New Archiving Facility Offers More Than 1 Million Cubic Feet of Storage

    

Leading Histopathology Service Provider Expands Its Specimen Storage Capacity

HSRL-archiving-facility.jpgMount Jackson, VA — April 27, 2016 — Histo-Scientific Research Laboratories (HSRL), a leading provider of histology, pathology, and archiving services, today announced the opening of its new 1 million cubic foot storage specimen facility. The facility, located about an hour west of Washington, allows HSRL to safely store over 1,000,000 cubic feet of ambient materials and over 5,000 cubic feet of refrigerated and frozen specimens.

“With a push by several pharmaceutical companies to move all of their research materials offsite, it was imperative that more space be placed online,” says Ed Galati, HSRL’s Vice President of Archiving Operations. “Now, we can handle just about any size client because of our new building’s capacity,” added Ed. Among the features of the storage specimen facility:

  • More than 1 million cubic feet of ambient storage
  • Ultra-low storage capabilities
  • GLP compliant facility
  • Backup generators
  • FM-200 fire suppression

For more information about HSRL’s high-quality services, visit the company’s website at http://www.hsrl.org.

About HSRL
HSRL was established with one goal in mind: To provide the highest quality histology, pathology, and specimen storage services. Each team member takes the time and consideration to ensure each study is given the time and attention it requires. HSRL’s staff is committed to scientific integrity and superior responsiveness to client needs. HSRL provides their services to other contract research organizations, drug discovery, biotechnology, medical device and pharmaceuticals companies, clinics, academic institutions, and government agencies. To learn more, visit http://www.hsrl.org.

 

Contact

Tom Galati, CEO and Founder
HSRL, Inc.
5930 Main Street, Mount Jackson, VA  22842
(540) 477-4440
tomgalati@hsrl.org

Tom Galati
ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tom Galati, CEO and Laboratory Director, founded HSRL in February 1999 after receiving his education at George Mason University and James Madison University. He started the company to provide histology services to pharmaceuticals companies, government researchers and Contract Research Organizations. Mr. Galati expanded the company to include archiving services since 2005 and pathology services since 2006. Tom serves as General Manager and oversees the business operations of HSRL. He is also the Director of HSRL’s long term archives. His experience includes overseeing the processing of over 1,000 GLP studies at HSRL including toxicologic studies, neurotoxicity studies, reproductive toxicology studies, inhalation studies, sub-chronic and carcinogenicity studies. Tom attends several symposia each year including: Society of Toxicology, Society of Toxicologic Pathology, Society of Experimental Biology, Society of Quality Assurance, American College of Toxicology, National Society for Histotechnology and American College of Veterinary Pathologists.