iuvo Launches New Website

JANUARY 26, 2017 – RUSH, NY – iuvo BioScience announced today a complete redesign of the company’s website (www.iuvobioscience.com).  The new website brings a new design, and added features and functionality, as well as new details about the company’s offerings.

The website includes the following new features:

  • The website now offers a Find A Test feature, allowing customers to more easily search through the standard tests that iuvo offers to determine if a testing need is in the company’s array of standard tests.
  • Expanded information on the company’s advisory services are now included, available under the Consulting Services (LINK) banner, including details on the company’s various areas of technical expertise.
  • The company now includes an online store for purchasing biological indicators, which the company sells and offers third-party verification testing as part of the service.
  • There are many other small additions, including expanded sections on the technical and leadership teams, a blog featuring updated areas of interest for our customers and more.

“This relaunch helps us to better communicate our capabilities and offering,” iuvo President and CEO Ben Burton stated.  “We are re-launching the iuvo brand.  Following the divestiture of our sterilization facility LINK, we are focused on investing in expanding our testing services, and the new website helps us to better communicate that to our customers.”

About iuvo BioScience

iuvo BioScience is a Partner Research Organization (PRO) serving the medical device and pharmaceutical industries. The Company offers technical and regulatory consulting services and contract laboratory services out of its location in Rush, New York, with strong expertise in toxicology, analytical chemistry and microbiology. More information on the Company’s services and capabilities is available on the Company’s website at www.iuvobioscience.com.

Contact Information:

John Lanzafame, Business Development, (585) 533-1672, john.lanzafame@iuvobioscience.com