MD Biosciences Blog

2015 Recap|Clinical Diagnostics & Translational Research

Posted by MD Biosciences on Dec 17, 2015 4:57:36 PM

As we wind down to years end, we at MD Biosciences would like to thank everyone, especially our collaborators, for making this year a success. We have undergone significant growth that we expect to continue throughout the upcoming year.

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Topics: Pain, Inflammation, Neuro/CNS, post-operative pain, cancer/tumor, Microbiome, Biomarkers, CLIA, Neuropathy

Cancer, CLIA & Precision Medicine | High-Quality Testing

Posted by MD Biosciences on Dec 2, 2015 2:31:26 PM

As an already fully functioning good laboratory practices (GLP) operation, MD Biosciences has recently achieved a new stage of value through CLIA certification for our high quality-testing services in the clinical and diagnostic arenas. CLIA or the Clinical Laboratory Improvements Amendments was put in place at the federal level to ensure a high level of laboratory testing. Therefore, clients can be assured that MD Biosciences meets these high quality standards and feel confident that their samples will be handled with the utmost technical and professional care to obtain reliable results.

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Topics: Personalized medicine, precision medicine, CLIA, Certification, High-quality

Join MD Biosciences for AMP 2015 Annual Meeting

Posted by MD Biosciences on Nov 2, 2015 2:30:00 PM

MD Biosciences will be attending the Association for Molecular Pathology 2015 Conference in Austen Texas on November 5-7. The conference will focus on “realizing the dream of precision medicine”. As a CLIA lab, we are looking forward to meeting with our colleagues in the diagnostic industry and discussing the latest updates in testing and treatments in cancer and infectious diseases. Additionally, we are excited to hear about the cutting edge research occurring in clinical translational medicine and pharmacogenomics. Please contact us at [email protected] if you would like to meet at the conference. Stay tuned for our blog recap of the event.

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Topics: AMP, Association for Molecular Pathology, Pathology, CLIA