does your research fit the criteria for a sponsored microsampling study?


If so, we invite you to submit an application for our RESEARCH SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM 


apply to our program

Remote specimen collection and microsampling help you access diverse study populations across geographies, even distant low-resource regions. By eliminating clinic visits, phlebotomy staff and expensive cold-chain logistics, you can increase your study recruitment rates and gather critical data around the globe. Microsampling opens up a world of possibilities!

Our Research Sponsorship Program enables you to test the feasibility of microsampling in a range of early-phase studies, from novel biomarkers to diagnosis of rare diseases. Do you seek microsampling devices or resources to support a new project?

If your study fits our criteria, we may wish to sponsor you! We're looking for innovators in academia, science and medicine who can apply our microsampling technologies in new projects and programs while sharing insights to help us advance the field. 

We seek 2-3 collaborators per quarter to help us discover the why, when & where of microsampling for different applications. 


expand your research

We sponsor pilot projects that apply microsampling in new areas where it can have impact. Neoteryx-sponsored projects have led to scientific breakthroughs, new treatment approaches and innovations that improve health and enhance wellbeing.

Our Research Sponsorship Program Includes:

Academic research programs – Are you a professor introducing microsampling to your students in life sciences, pharmacology, toxicology or related disciplines? We're interested in supporting projects where students conduct studies comparing one sampling method to another to see which one works better, and why. 

Medical pilot programs – Are you hoping to implement a remote sampling program at your organization that will allow a vulnerable patient population to sample at home? Do you aim to reduce hospital visits without sacrificing the accuracy of patient data? We'd like to help you launch a pilot program so we can understand how microsampling improves the patient journey.

Field studies to improve global health – Are you traveling to the farthest reaches of the globe to study health concerns like malnutrition and infectious disease? Our microsampling technologies are ideal for field work that requires sample precision and ease-of-use in any environment, and we'd like to see more studies that can document and illustrate this.


advance microsampling

An important component of our Research Sponsorship Program is translating your microsampling discoveries into insightful pilot data & content to share with your peers and the world at large to advance understanding & adoption of microsampling.

Build awareness of microsampling – Our sponsored researchers create positive buzz about how microsampling technology helps their projects. We involve them in activities to share presentations, publications, app notes, data and other information.  

Post social media microsampling content – Our most effective program participants use social media to post microsampling information that inspires peers and the online audience. We can help identify the right hashtags, timing, and messaging.  

Expand our referral program – Our sponsored researchers find untapped connections in their peer-to-peer networks and may receive additional perks for every referral that converts into a viable new microsampling customer for Neoteryx. 


is your project a fit?

To find out, start the application process here. We carefully review each applicant and sponsor 2-3 pilot projects per quarter. Please apply early to be considered! 

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