Memorial Blood Centers continually strives to enhance our leadership in the field of blood and biomedical services. We partner with pharmaceutical and medical device companies, educational institutions, and others to advance the scientific study of new techniques and technologies for the blood industry. We work closely with clients to capture every detail of the study’s requirements, including protocol design.

Memorial Blood Centers’ highly skilled team has extensive experience with Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) and ensuring proper study oversight. We are dedicated to quality and we ensure that Standard Operating Procedures are strictly implemented and followed, current Good Clinical Practice (GCP) standards are adhered to throughout each project, and our service commitments are delivered to every client, every time.

When experience and expertise matter most, Memorial Blood Centers stands behind our success in managing a variety of research projects and clinical trials, including: 

  • Validating new disease markers
  • Evaluating transfusion collection devices
  • Patient testing with new reagents
  • Providing blood components for research

Research & Clinical Trial FAQ

If you are a new customer and would like to set up an account to order blood components or samples for research or education, please contact us by email.

If you would like to receive blood products prior to testing, please contact us by email. Positive (or reactive) test results for blood components will be reported to you in about 3 business days. Test results for samples will not be reported to you.

For a complete list of research products available and a current pricing schedule, please contact Vanessa Reynolds, Research and Regulatory Affairs Supervisor, at 651-332-7222 or by email. We can assist in collecting many standard, special order, and customized products.

For a complete listing of all federal, state, and industry-related licenses and certifications, visit Licenses, Permits & Certifications.

Are you interested in donating blood for research? Visit our Research Studies to learn more.