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Quality Biological, Inc. is dedicated to actively supporting the local community through donations to local charities and close industry partnerships.

Gaithersburg, Maryland has been QBI’s home for 30+ years, and we attribute this location to much of our success. Our community has also rewarded us with various grants, funding opportunities and connections, so we make it a priority to give back whenever possible.


BioHealth Community

A new episode of BioTalk is now live!
Quality Biological’s President, Angela Graham, discusses growing a business in the Life Sciences Community, her involvement in the BioHealth Capital Region, and recruiting top talent in this region.

Listen now on Google Play , iTunes , TuneIn and on the BioHealth Innovation website

QBI is a member of the BioHealth Capital Region. Angela Graham, President and CEO of QBI, was one of the organization’s founding members and continues to be actively involved. The organization was designed to transform Montgomery County, as well as neighboring Washington, DC and Virginia, into one of the country’s most prominent BioHealth clusters.


Quality Biological is a proud annual contributor to the following nonprofit organizations:

The Children’s Inn at NIH, a residential “Place Like Home’’ for families with children participating in leading-edge research studies at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

The George B. Thomas Learning Academy, helping Montgomery County students stay on track with their education and be fully prepared for college success.

The Montgomery College Foundation, providing scholarships and special programs to students at Montgomery College in areas such as arts, humanities, business, athletics, biotechnology, engineering, workforce development and health sciences.

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Greater DC-Maryland Chapter, improving the quality of life for people affected by MS, and ultimately ending the disease.