Campus Partners

Johnson & Johnson Innovation – JLABS @ Washington, DC

In partnership with Children’s National Hospital, Johnson & Johnson Innovation – JLABS (‘JLABS’) opened JLABS @ Washington, DC at the new Children’s National Research & Innovation Campus in Washington, D.C. The high-tech site includes 32,000 square feet of lab, prototype, office and conference room space, providing millions of dollars of laboratory instrumentation and specialty equipment to support the JLABS @ Washington, DC portfolio of companies.

JLABS collaboration facility

The JLABS @ Washington, DC site is open to pharmaceutical, medical device, consumer and health technology companies that are aiming to advance the development of new drugs, medical devices, precision diagnostics and health technologies, including applications in pediatrics. 

Johnson & Johnson Innovation seeks to find the best science and technology, no matter where it is located, aiming to solve the greatest unmet medical and healthcare needs of our time. JLABS, in addition to offering emerging life science companies modular lab units, office space, shared core laboratory equipment and business facilities, links entrepreneurs within the District and across the greater Virginia and Maryland regions with the full breadth of the Johnson & Johnson Innovation model, including opportunities for funding, third-party services, educational events and R&D experts from medical technology, consumer healthcare product and Janssen pharmaceutical teams.

Applications to join JLABS @ Washington, DC and other JLABS sites are being accepted from biotech, pharmaceutical, medical device, consumer health and health technology companies on a rolling basis. Visit the JLABS @ Washington, DC website to learn more.

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BLUE KNIGHT ™ at JLABS @ Washington, DC

chemist at work in laboratory

JLABS @ Washington, DC serves as the hub for BLUE KNIGHT. Created in collaboration with the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), a component of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, BLUE KNIGHT aims to stimulate the innovation and incubation of science and technologies that may improve health security and response by supporting companies focused on public health threats and emerging infectious disease.

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