Corporate Consulting

Delevan Street has also worked with other biotechnology firms in terms of strategic development initiatives.  I have worked with biotechnology firms in terms of developing technical business strategies.  I have also had the opportunity to develop coursework with the LasComp Institute of Information Technology.  I developed a Bioinformatics Certificate program in 2013 in order to serve student needs.  Further programs may be developer at request by emailing for more details.

Market Research

Delevan Street has worked with Business Communications Corporation to Produce a variety of market research reports about key topics in the biotechnology field.  Linked here are the various reports I have contributed on.  To learn more about purchasing these reports, reach out to my colleagues through this link.


Global Markets for Microbiology Technology, Equipment and Consumables

Suppliers of microbiology consumables and equipment are discussed in terms of market share, product types and geography. Certain consumables and equipment are almost universal to the microbiology market, but many tools are sector specific, and this report will highlight the differences.

Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Technology: Global Markets

The focus of this report is on the equipment used within the digital PCR sector and the particular reagents used therein that are specifically dedicated within. The different technologies used for digital PCR and their associated reagents were analyzed to explore the scope of the marketplace that exists for this technology.

Laboratory-Developed Testing: Technologies and Markets

This report focuses on clinical laboratories that use laboratory-developed testing to meet emerging and unique needs in healthcare.  This report will also focus on suppliers of the analyte-specific reagents used within these laboratory-developed tests, as their contract manufacturing is a key to the successful development of these tests.

Liquid Handling: Technologies and Global Markets

This report will focus on liquid handling equipment for biological and chemical laboratory use. There will be a variety of different applications included in the scope of this report. This report will not focus on total laboratory automation solutions, as it will not cover the software and integrating hardware needed for these purposes.

Laboratory Automation: Technologies and Global Markets

A particular focus will be placed on the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, clinical diagnostics and academic science industries, as demand for laboratory automation is strongest in these fields. Academic science is unique, as it entails both users of laboratory automation and creators of new uses for laboratory automation through the dissemination of new techniques and ideas through research. Staffing shortages throughout the clinical diagnostics industry have driven the demand for more automation to reduce staffing demands. New applications developed by both industry and academia, along with the demand for new drugs and clinical diagnostics, are noted drivers of demand in the clinical diagnostics, biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.

2015 Healthcare Research Review

2014 Biotechnology Research Review

My work has also been featured as a part of annual sector overviews of the biotechnology and healthcare markets, highlighting key trends within these sectors.


Delevan Street has long been involved in the development of webinars that meet the broad needs of the biotechnology community.  These webinars have covered a wide array of subjects, and have been offered at a variety of different websites.  Where applicable, the numbers refer to different times that this webinar has been offered.  Feel free to explore these topics, and purchase viewings through my various partners.  For further inquiries about these webinars, or the development of new ones, please contact me at

How to Translate Academic and Discovery Assays to GLP Compliant Assays (1), (2), (3)

Making the leap from the academic and discovery bench to a test that is regulated under Good Laboratory Practices can be a challenge.  This webinar will provide you with some key takeaways necessary to make the shift.

Transitioning Assay from Different Technologies – Validation and Qualification (1), (2), (3)

Being able to take advantage of new technologies to meet key laboratory needs is important to the maintenance of any laboratory.  This webinar will point out the pitfalls and challenges during the transition, and give you the key tools needed to surpass them.

Vendor Qualification – How to Design and Implement an Efficient and Compliant Vendor Program (1), (2), (3)

Vendors provide a wide array of services to the biotechnology industry.  However, selecting the right vendors can prove to be the difference between a supportive program and one that is a drain on company resources.  This webinar will help you learn the necessary differences.

SOPs for Bioanalytical Methods Validation (1), (2)

Ensuring regulatory compliance while making sure all stakeholders understand what is required of them can prove to be a challenge.  A well-written SOP addresses concerns and delineates procedures in a clear, concise and easy to understand manner.  This webinar will help you meet the twin challenges of regulatory compliance and efficient laboratory operations.

Validation of Bioanalytical Assays for Biologicals

Analysis of biologicals is always a challenge due to the natural variation of the product.  This webinar will teach you how to meet those challenges to ensure the validation of the reliability of these assays.

Automating Laboratory Assays For the Bench

The use of automation to meet laboratory demands can be daunting, particularly while maintaining laboratory quality.  This webinar will help you take advantage of the benefits of automation while keeping the laboratory in full operation.

Quality Control for Microbiological Media and Reagents

Media and reagents in microbiology can be deceptively simple. Making sure that your laboratory keep track of its quality needs can be a challenge for microbiology laboratories of any size.  This webinar will point out the key goals necessary to meet quality control needs.

Quality Control with Molecular Diagnostics

Molecular Diagnostics can have daunting quality control issues with the number of potential factors to contaminate assays.  This webinar will allow you to develop a system to minimize these issues and allow for quality laboratory results to be produced.

Assay Validation for Clinical Diagnostics

Making sure a clinical diagnostic works exactly as designed is a key challenge for the clinical laboratory.  This webinar will give you the tools necessary to meet these challenges.

Risk factors or compliance issues due to PCR assays

PCR is a very powerful tool, but there are limitations to the technology that can cause problems in a variety of laboratory settings.  This webinar will help address those issues and ease the problems inherent in PCR.

How to Develop Quality Systems for New Diagnostic Assays

Each new diagnostic assay comes with its own set of quality issues.  This webinar will address how to find those issues and develop systems to minimize these problems.




Technical Review

Delevan Street Biosciences specializes in performing market assessments for technologies in asssitance with university technology transfer offices throughout the United States.  Below are some examples of these projects that allow for one to get a general idea of what I have done.  If you wish to contact us with regard to any market analyses, please feel free to reach out at

  • A university in the Southern USA on commercialization of biochemical techniques to measure certain compounds in breast milk and the diagnostic potential of genetic expression signatures in cancer diagnosis
  • A university in the Western USA considering the commercialization of nutritional supplements to treat autoimmune disease
  • A university in the Southern USA on the commercial potential of new bioinformatics algorithms
  • A university in the Southern USA looking at the commercialization potential of a novel electrochemical detection system for immunoassays
  • A university in the Eastern USA looking at the commercial potential of bacteria engineered to grow faster for industrial biotechnology