Albany Molecular Research, Inc.

Albany Molecular Research, Inc.

Albany Molecular Research, Inc.

Date Founded



26 Corporate Circle,Albany, NY 12203

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Employees (Worldwide)

1,001 - 5,000


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Industrial Machinery & Manufacturing

Company Description

Albany Molecular Research, Inc. operates as a contract research and manufacturing organization. It offers drug delivery, drug development, analytical services, API development and manufacturing , and drug product solutions. The company was founded by Thomas E. D'Ambra on June 19, 1991 and is headquartered in Albany, NY.

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Chief Financial Officer

Senior Vice President & General Counsel

Chief Commercial Officer

Chief Information Officer

Chief Human Resources Officer & Senior Vice President

Senior Vice President & Head of Global Operations

Senior Vice President, Head of Corporate Development

Board of Directors

Founding Member at Italian Business & Investment Initiative

Executive Chairman at Sterigenics US LLC

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at Pharmaceutical Product Development, Inc.

Head, Global Healthcare at The Carlyle Group, Inc.

Principal at The Carlyle Group LP (Corporate Private Equity)

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GTCR LLC, Albany Molecular Research, Inc. /Private Group, The Carlyle Group LP (Corporate Private Equity) purchase Albany Molecular Research, Inc.

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Advised onThe Carlyle Group LP (Corporate Private Equity), GTCR LLC, Albany Molecular Research, Inc. /Private Group purchase Albany Molecular Research, Inc.

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Advised onThe Carlyle Group LP (Corporate Private Equity), GTCR LLC, Albany Molecular Research, Inc. /Private Group purchase Albany Molecular Research, Inc.

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Partner at Goodwin Procter LLP


General Counsel & Corporate Secretary at Moderna, Inc.


Director-Education Advancement Board at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte


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