LAUSANNE, Switzerland – Saphetor S.A. is proud to report that its entry in the recent “Precision FDA” contest, organised by the Food and Drug Administration, met with resounding success.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland –Saphetor SA, the Swiss precision-medicine company dedicated to advancing personalized diagnostics, announced today that it will provide its proprietary platform for analyzing next-generation DNA sequencing data to Supratech Micropath (Ahmedabad, India), a reference and diagnostic lab with significant experience in clinical next-generation (NGS) DNA sequencing.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland – Saphetor SA, a Swiss precision-medicine company fully dedicated to advancing personalized diagnostics based on next-generation DNA sequencing, announced today a wide-ranging, pay-per-use service agreement with Aurigen SA. Aurigen is part of the Medisupport Swiss network of diagnostic labs owned by Sonic Healthcare.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland – May 25th 2017 – Saphetor, SA, a Swiss precision medicine company dedicated to advancing personalized diagnostics based on next-generation DNA sequencing, announced today a research partnership with the Exome Consortium of University College London (UCL), led by Dr. Vincent Plagnol.
Lausanne, Switzerland – September 15, 2016 – Saphetor, the leading European company in genome-scale analysis based on next generation sequencing (NGS), announced today that it has signed an agreement with the Geneva University Hospitals (HUG) to supply its Division of Genetic Medicine, headed by Professor Stylianos E. Antonarakis, with comprehensive and accurate analysis of their NGS data. Prof. Antonarakis is also Director of the Department of Genetic Medicine and Development at the University of Geneva (UNIGE) Faculty of Medicine, Director of the iGE3 institute of Genetics and Genomics, and President of the Human Genome Organization. Under the agreement, Prof. Antonarakis’ team will apply Saphetor’s precision medicine platform for clinical use. HUG has chosen to install Saphetor’s software and data solution in-house.