Helping make medicine personal—microarray solutions for pre-emptive pharmacogenomics

Pharmacogenomics, the understanding of how genes impact an individual’s response to medications, play an important role in certain prescribing situations by identifying medication responders and non-responders to avoid specific adverse events and optimize drug dose. 


Thermo Fisher Scientific’s microarray technology helps garner new, greater insights to help make medicine personal. Our efficient workflows provide consistent, reliable results you can replicate. We provide input on what’s needed to customize your array, with hands-on support from start to finish so you can remain focused on shaping the future of healthcare.


Customer and solutions overview

Understanding a shifting tech landscape

In this webinar we introduce three key whole-genome technologies and discuss how they can be integrated into technology strategies for your research.

Research infrastructures and genomics

The Qatar Precision Medicine Institute Qatar/Genome Program is building the next generation of infrastructures to test the value of predictive genomics.

Scientist Spotlight: Integrating preemptive pharmacogenomics into health care

We interviewed Dr. Philip Empey to learn how testing may impact care in many ways: better predicting drug response, reducing side-effects, and helping lower the cost of medications.

Investigate the relationship between genotype and drug response

What’s the role of genotypes in drug metabolism? How does an individual’s genotype affect drug response? Will pharmacogenomic testing reduce healthcare costs? Find out.

Real-world impact of pharmacogenomics

Learn how a Pharmacogenomics-enriched comprehensive medication management program may affect general population health, treatment outcomes, cost and more.

Ulrich Broeckel

Founder and CEO
RPRD Diagnostics, LLC

Ulrich Broeckel, MD, shares his vision for the future of pharmacogenetics, and how its integration with precision medicine approaches can impact clinical care

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