PBC3 provides evidence-based health science solutions which enable you to efficiently build value and fuel innovation. We connect clients to grant funds. We clarify complex research.
PBC3 helps clients manage through any stage of the research process from identifying funding to uncovering new trends and ideas. We build and strengthen grant programs. We design and support health science research.
We develop customized grant strategies, identify opportunities, and write and submit proposals. We conduct cost/benefit analyses and can help allocate grant funds.
We support our clients’ health science research. We design studies, organize and manage data, conduct statistical analyses, produce reports, and write scientific manuscripts.
Peter Corcoran, Founder & President
Accomplished scientific professional who has a background in environmental and public health. An expert in research with specializations in epidemiology, environmental health, laboratory operations, and governmental regulations. Mr. Corcoran brings a valuable blend of experience for public, private and nonprofit organizations that helps manage all stages of the research cycle, from grant funding to customized study design and developing analytic solutions.
Mr. Corcoran has extensive experience conducting peer-reviewed research for University of Illinois at Chicago and Loyola University of Chicago. He is also an adjunct with Benedictine University, teaching biostatistics within the university’s Master of Public Health program.
Mr. Corcoran holds a Bachelor of Science, Biology from John Carroll University and a Master of Public Health from Loyola University Chicago.
Martin,D. N.; Uprichard,S. L. 2013. Identification of transferrin receptor 1 as a hepatitis C virus entry factor Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America;110(26):10777-10782.
Sainz B Jr, Barretto N, Martin DN, Hiraga N, Imamura M, Hussain S, Marsh KA, Yu X, Chayama K, Alrefai WA, Uprichard SL. Identification of the Niemann-Pick C1-like 1 cholesterol absorption receptor as a new hepatitis C virus entry factor. 2012. Nature Magazine.
Xuemei Yu1, Bruno Sainz Jr.1 and Susan L. Uprichard. Development of a Cell-Based Hepatitis C Virus Infection Fluorescent Resonance Energy Transfer Assay for High-Throughput Antiviral Compound Screening. J. Virol.
Harel Dahari, Bruno Sainz Jr., Alan S. Perelson and Susan L. Uprichard. Modeling Subgenomic Hepatitis C Virus RNA Kinetics during Treatment with Alpha Interferon. 2009. J. Virol.
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