Companion Diagnostics (CDx) are important tools in the practice and application of precision medicine. This introductory blog provides an overview of their development through clinical trials, regulatory implications, and clinical utility.
SOPHiA GENETICS™ is excited to participate in the "9ème congrès de la SFMPP" taking place...
Deep learning-based approaches to genomic instability assessment can help overcome the limitations of current methods and maximize insights from tumor samples.
This guide deciphers the jargon associated with machine learning in healthcare and explains why artificial intelligence is invaluable to revolutionize the capabilities of HCPs in improving patient care.
SOPHiA GENETICS™ is excited to be a part of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems...
Diversity in Genomic Analysis: An example of how SOPHiA GENETICS has built more accurate health data analysis for diverse populations
Every person is unique. We can clearly see this within the more than one million genomic profiles from 70 different countries analyzed by our technology.
Learn about the technology behind the SOPHiA DDM™ Homologous Recombination Deficiency (HRD) Solution from the lead developer, Dr. Christian Pozzorini.
How Protean BioDiagnostics utilizes SOPHiA GENETICS for more comprehensive genomic analysis and research
Larger panels may cast wider nets, but optimization with patented algorithms through our universal platform gives more actionable insights without sacrificing data quality.
By leveraging expertly curated evidence, powered by JAX-CKB, and SOPHiA GENETICS’ patented algorithms through the SOPHiA DDM platform, users can then use OncoPortal™ Plus to accurately identify clinical associations and actionable biomarker profiles.
Radiomics maximizes upon information that’s already being collected. The difference is how that info is used.
Think of it like trying to find a treasure buried on a beach. It would be a lot easier to use a metal detector than to pick through each grain of sand.
Humans being replaced by computers is a common theme in TV shows, movies, books and more. But unlike what we often see in fiction, artificial intelligence (AI) doesn’t replace the human factor in medicine.