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Our Mission

Support and drive the adoption of
human genetic diagnostics into clinical practice

Our focus

Process steps which are facing the unmet need
in genetic diagnostics

Our offer

Innovative IT solutions supporting genetic labs
in translating genetic test results into clinical recommendations

bio.logis GIMS - Home of the Clinical Interpretome


| Article
Pharmakogenetik: Medikamente dosieren – aber richtig!

Read full article on medinside, published Oct 20th.

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| Conference
6th U-PGx Personalized Medicine Day was held in Athens, Dec 13th with a workshop from bio.logis

Thanks to George P. Patrinos, Magnus Ingelman-Sundberg for organizing the meeting in cooperation with the GoldenHelix Foundation.

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GIMS Modules

Knowledge Management Module

Structured documentation of genetic knowledge

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Diagnostic Report Module

Efficient production of diagnostic reports

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Delivery Module

Digital delivery and presentation of results

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„We are convinced, that the Diagnostic Report Module of the bio.logis Genetic Information Management Suite will improve the process of creating more valuable results, which we provide to our clients (i.e. physicians). This will help us to build a competition advantage.“

Dr. med. Michal Milczarek, Director Operations, Alab Laboratories, Poland

"bio.logis is the ideal partner for us to implement personalized pharmacogenetic diagnostics.
We know the GIM system from the EU project Ubiquitious Pharmacogenomics, in which it has already proven its efficiency."

Prof. Dr. Matthias Schwab, Head of Dr. Margarete Fischer-Bosch Institute of Clinical Pharmacology, Stuttgart
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Participation in EU-Projects within Horizon 2020 program

  • Ubiquitous Pharmacogenomics (U-PGx)
  • Genetics Clinic of the Future (GCOF)

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