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Jay Teich Phones & Addresses

  • 220 Sawyerhill Rd, Berlin, MA 01503 (978) 838-0101
  • 10 Clearwater Point Rd, Moultonborough, NH 03254 (603) 253-7979
  • Moultonboro, NH
  • North Billerica, MA
  • Weston, MA
  • East Hartland, CT
  • Bothell, WA
  • Acton, MA
  • 220 Sawyerhill Rd, Berlin, MA 01503 (781) 771-8153

Work

Company: Axion biosystems Aug 2016 Position: Director board of directors

Education

School / High School: Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1977 to 1979

Skills

Drug Discovery • Start Ups • Technology Transfer • Entrepreneurship • Commercialization • New Market Development

Interests

New Technologies For Cell Culture • Cell Based Assays • Biomanufacturing

Industries

Biotechnology

Professional Records

License Records

Jay Snow Teich

Address:
220 Sawyerhill Rd, Berlin, MA 01503
License #:
C1050796
Category:
Airmen

Resumes

Resumes

Jay Teich Photo 1

Director Board Of Directors

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Location:
220 Sawyerhill Rd, Berlin, MA 01503
Industry:
Biotechnology
Work:
Axion Biosystems
Director Board of Directors

Orchard Hill Properties
Owner

Teich Technology Investments
Managing Partner

Seahorse Bioscience 2001 - Dec 2015
Chief Executive Officer

Flir Systems 1999 - 2001
Vice President
Education:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1977 - 1979
Lehigh University 1971 - 1975
Skills:
Drug Discovery
Start Ups
Technology Transfer
Entrepreneurship
Commercialization
New Market Development
Interests:
New Technologies For Cell Culture
Cell Based Assays
Biomanufacturing

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Jay Teich
CEO
Thermogenic Imaging
Surgical and Medical Instruments and Apparatus
16 Esquire Rd, Billerica, MA 01862
Jay Teich
CEO
Seahorse
Surgical and Medical Instruments and Apparatus
16 Esquire Rd, Billerica, MA 01862
Website: thermogenicimaging.com
Jay Teich
President
Seahorse Bioscience, Inc
Noncommercial Research Organizations
16 Esquire Rd, Billerica, MA 01862
Jay Teich
Manager
FSI Automation Inc
Computer Programming Services
110 W Dayton St Ste 202, Edmonds, WA 98020
Jay Teich
CEO
Seahorse
Surgical & Medical Instrument Mfg
16 Esquire Rd, North Billerica, MA 01862
(978) 667-7880, (978) 671-1611
Jay Teich
Manager
THERMOGENIC IMAGING INVESTMENT LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
16 Esquire Rd, North Billerica, MA 01862
Jay Teich
Real property
ORCHARD HILL PROPERTIES LLC
220 Sawyer Hl Rd, Berlin, MA 01503
Jay Teich
Chief Exec, Chief Executive Offi
SEAHORSE BIOSCIENCES INCORPORATED
16 Esquire Rd, North Billerica, MA 01862
220 Sawyer Hl Rd, Berlin, MA 01503
Jay Teich
CEO
Thermogenic Imaging
Surgical and Medical Instruments and Apparatus
16 Esquire Rd, Billerica, MA 01862
Jay Teich
CEO
Seahorse
Surgical and Medical Instruments and Apparatus
16 Esquire Rd, Billerica, MA 01862
Website: thermogenicimaging.com
Jay Teich
President
Seahorse Bioscience, Inc
Noncommercial Research Organizations
16 Esquire Rd, Billerica, MA 01862
Jay Teich
Manager
FSI Automation Inc
Computer Programming Services
110 W Dayton St Ste 202, Edmonds, WA 98020

Publications

Us Patents

Method And Device For Measuring Multiple Physiological Properties Of Cells

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US Patent:
7276351, Oct 2, 2007
Filed:
Oct 17, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/688791
Inventors:
Jay S. Teich - Weston MA, US
Andy C. Neilson - Groton MA, US
Michael R. Sweeney - Pelham NH, US
Geoff Uhl - Cambridge MA, US
Assignee:
Seahorse Bioscience - Billerica MA
International Classification:
G01N 1/30
G01N 33/48
US Classification:
435 4051
Abstract:
A method of analyzing cells disposed in media within a vessel includes the steps of providing a vessel having an original volume of media about the cells, reducing the original volume of media about at least a portion of the cells to define a reduced volume of media, and analyzing a constituent related to the cells within the reduced volume of media. An apparatus for analyzing cells includes a stage adapted to receive a vessel holding cells and a volume of media, a plunger adapted to receive a barrier to create a reduced volume of media within the vessel including at least a portion of the cells, the barrier adapted for insertion into the vessel by relative movement of the stage and the plunger, and a sensor in sensing communication with the reduced volume of media, wherein the sensor is configured to analyze a constituent disposed within the reduced volume.

Method And Device For Measuring Multiple Physiological Properties Of Cells

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US Patent:
7638321, Dec 29, 2009
Filed:
Jun 1, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/809752
Inventors:
Jay S. Teich - Weston MA, US
Andy C. Neilson - Groton MA, US
Michael R. Sweeney - Pelham NH, US
Geoff Uhl - Cambridge MA, US
Assignee:
Seahorse Bioscience, Inc. - North Billerica MA
International Classification:
C12M 1/34
US Classification:
4352871
Abstract:
A method of analyzing cells disposed in media within a vessel includes the steps of providing a vessel having an original volume of media about the cells, reducing the original volume of media about at least a portion of the cells to define a reduced volume of media, and analyzing a constituent related to the cells within the reduced volume of media. An apparatus for analyzing cells includes a stage adapted to receive a vessel holding cells and a volume of media, a plunger adapted to receive a barrier to create a reduced volume of media within the vessel including at least a portion of the cells, the barrier adapted for insertion into the vessel by relative movement of the stage and the plunger, and a sensor in sensing communication with the reduced volume of media, wherein the sensor is configured to analyze a constituent disposed within the reduced volume.

Method And Device For Measuring Multiple Physiological Properties Of Cells

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US Patent:
7851201, Dec 14, 2010
Filed:
Nov 9, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/614773
Inventors:
Jay S. Teich - Berlin MA, US
Andy C. Neilson - Groton MA, US
Michael R. Sweeney - Pelham NH, US
Geoff Uhl - Littleton CO, US
Assignee:
Seahorse Bioscience, Inc. - Billerica MA
International Classification:
C12M 1/34
US Classification:
4352871
Abstract:
A method of analyzing cells disposed in media within a vessel includes the steps of providing a vessel having an original volume of media about the cells, reducing the original volume of media about at least a portion of the cells to define a reduced volume of media, and analyzing a constituent related to the cells within the reduced volume of media. An apparatus for analyzing cells includes a stage adapted to receive a vessel holding cells and a volume of media, a plunger adapted to receive a barrier to create a reduced volume of media within the vessel including at least a portion of the cells, the barrier adapted for insertion into the vessel by relative movement of the stage and the plunger, and a sensor in sensing communication with the reduced volume of media, wherein the sensor is configured to analyze a constituent disposed within the reduced volume.

Apparatus And Methods For Infrared Calorimetric Measurements

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US Patent:
20020098592, Jul 25, 2002
Filed:
Feb 5, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/777363
Inventors:
Andy Neilson - Groton MA, US
Jay Teich - Weston MA, US
Assignee:
FLIR Systems Boston, Inc.
International Classification:
G01N025/20
US Classification:
436/147000, 422/102000, 422/104000, 422/051000, 250/363020, 374/031000, 374/043000
Abstract:
Apparatus and methods for performing calorimetry. The apparatus include optical devices for detecting thermal processes and multiwell sample plates for supporting samples for use with such optical devices. The methods include measurement strategies and data processing techniques for reducing noise in measurements of thermal processes. The apparatus and methods may be particularly suitable for extracting thermal data from small differential measurements made using an infrared camera and for monitoring chemical and physiological processes.

Apparatus And Methods For Infrared Calorimetric Measurements

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US Patent:
20020098593, Jul 25, 2002
Filed:
Feb 5, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/777368
Inventors:
Andy Nelson - Groton MA, US
Jay Teich - Weston MA, US
Assignee:
FLIR Systems Boston, Inc.
International Classification:
G01N025/20
US Classification:
436/147000, 436/149000, 436/164000, 422/102000, 422/051000
Abstract:
Apparatus and methods for performing calorimetry. The apparatus include optical devices for detecting thermal processes and multiwell sample plates for supporting samples for use with such optical devices. The methods include measurement strategies and data processing techniques for reducing noise in measurements of thermal processes. The apparatus and methods may be particularly suitable for extracting thermal data from small differential measurements made using an infrared camera and for monitoring chemical and physiological processes.

Apparatus And Methods For Infrared Calorimetric Measurements

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US Patent:
20020132360, Sep 19, 2002
Filed:
Jan 17, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/764963
Inventors:
Andy Neilson - Groton MA, US
Jay Teich - Weston MA, US
Assignee:
FLIR Systems Boston, Inc.
International Classification:
B01L003/00
G01N025/20
US Classification:
436/147000, 422/055000, 422/102000
Abstract:
Apparatus and methods for performing calorimetry. The apparatus include optical devices for detecting thermal processes and multiwell sample plates for supporting samples for use with such optical devices. The methods include measurement strategies and data processing techniques for reducing noise in measurements of thermal processes. The apparatus and methods may be particularly suitable for extracting thermal data from small differential measurements made using an infrared camera and for monitoring chemical and physiological processes.

High Throughput Microcalorimeter Systems And Methods

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US Patent:
20040107986, Jun 10, 2004
Filed:
Dec 6, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/313917
Inventors:
Andy Neilson - Groton MA, US
Jay Teich - Weston MA, US
Mike Sweeney - Stoneham MA, US
International Classification:
H01L035/30
H01L035/28
US Classification:
136/204000, 136/205000
Abstract:
A system is provided to enable high throughput parallel processing of multiple samples for drug screening methods and other analytical methods. Disposable wellplates cooperate with external sensor arrays to eliminate the laborious task of cleaning and sterilizing contaminated system components. The wellplates can use conventional or custom array formats, and are adapted and configured to be well suited for high throughput automated analytical screening processes.

Analysis Of Metabolic Activity In Cells Using Extracellular Flux Rate Measurements

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US Patent:
20070087401, Apr 19, 2007
Filed:
Oct 10, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/545714
Inventors:
Andy Neilson - Groton MA, US
Jay Teich - Berlin MA, US
Min Wu - Carlisle MA, US
David Ferrick - Carlisle MA, US
International Classification:
C12Q 1/02
US Classification:
435029000
Abstract:
Disclosed are methods for non-destructively measuring in vitro the effect on cellular metabolism of the addition to animal cells in culture of a soluble molecule potentially capable of perturbing the biological state of the cells, such as a drug or drug candidate, a toxin, a ligand known or suspected to bind to a cell surface receptor, a nutrient, a cytokine, a growth factor, a chemokine, a metabolism inhibitor or stimulator. Also disclosed are methods for measuring cell viability, vitality, or quality, e.g., in anticipation of the execution of an experiment on the cells. The measurements are done by observing alteration in the rates of consumption or production of extracellular solutes related to aerobic and anaerobic cellular metabolism, such as oxygen, protons, nutrients, carbon dioxide, lactate, or lactic acid. The methods are particularly useful in drug discovery efforts, such as cancer drug discovery and searches for modulators of cellular metabolism.
Jay S Teich from Berlin, MA, age ~69 Get Report