"I enjoy the people I work, the job that I do, especially as an animal welfare specialist, and the fact that we are close to the original Woodstock location," Gail J.

Working in Kingston

With facilities located throughout North America, Charles River can provide continual research support, regardless of location.  Our core programs, which include Biosecurity, International Genetic Standardization (IGS), Animal Welfare, Veterinary Professional Services, and Model Quality, ensure animal models of superior health and genetic status so your research results are reliable and consistent.

Through the hard work of 150 of its employees, our Kingston facilities are able to offer you the best possible support for your research programs. 





Living in Kingston

Kingston was New York's first capital in 1777 and is very popular for all the attractions that surround it. Some of the city's attractions are Kingston Waterfront, Old Hurley Stonehouses, Uptown Kingston, and Shawangunk Ridge (which is known for its world class rock climbing). There are many local orchards and breweries around the area. The Rondout neigborhood is known for its art and galleries which tends to attract artists and festivals. 

Kingston is only an hour away from Albany and two from New York City. Kingston is within a short distance of the Hudson river as it sits on its west bank.

Recognized Universities and Colleges around Kingston are SUNY New Paltz, SUNY Albany, Marist, Bard, and Vassar.



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