Emmes today announced that Behrman Capital, a leading private equity firm, has made a significant investment in the company. The capital will allow Emmes, one of the Washington area’s top 100 largest private companies, to expand and strengthen its service offerings and international presence.
The Emmes Corporation today announced that it was named one of the largest women-owned businesses in the Washington metropolitan area by the Washington Business Journal. Emmes was ranked the sixth largest women-owned business in the Washington region, up from number seven last year.
Last month, Emmes was named as one of the top 100 largest private companies in the area. Emmes ranked 83rd, up from 95th the previous year, in the Washington Business Journal’s annual list.
The Emmes Corporation announced that it was selected as one of the best places to work in the greater Washington area. The Washington Post’s 2018 Top Workplaces list ranked private, public, nonprofit and government agencies based on the highest engagement ratings from their employees. The Washington Post partnered with employee research and consulting firm Energage, formerly Workplace Dynamics, to conduct the survey, with more than 2,800 area companies invited to participate.
The Top Area Workplace awards, which are based solely on employee survey feedback, honored 150 organizations as Top Workplaces. Emmes was ranked 20th out of 25 in the large company category and was one of only two biotechnology organizations to make the list.
“We are proud to be honored for a third consecutive year,” said Dr. Anne Lindblad, president and chief executive officer of Emmes. “At the conclusion of the Top Workplaces survey, we learned that one of our employees had written: 'I am one small part of a very impressive research community that is making incredible advances in healthcare.'
The Emmes Corporation today announced that scientists and health professionals from the company, LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, Lovelace Biomedical Environmental Research Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and the U.S. Army Medical and Materiel Development Activity at Fort Detrick, Maryland, have completed a multi-year clinical trial testing hyperbaric oxygen as an intervention for U.S. military service members who have suffered mild traumatic brain injuries with persistent symptoms.
The Emmes Corporation today announced the creation of an internship program in which the company will offer one fellow from Egypt’s Children Cancer Hospital an internship to gain training and experience in clinical research. Under the new program, one fellow will be selected each year to travel to Emmes’ headquarters in Rockville, Maryland, to work with its clinical research experts. The duration of each internship will be determined on a case-by-case basis.