Studying human genetic diseases: what massive sequencing can offer us.


In the latest issue of the IMMédico Journal, an article from our bioinformatics team has been published on the development of Next-Generation Sequencing technologies and their implication in the study of genetic diseases. The implementation of the new massive sequencing technologies in clinical practice, together with bioinformatics programs for data analysis, allow us to develop a new approach to ... Read more

Alberto González, new commercial delegate


We would like to introduce Alberto González, our new sales representative in Barcelona. Alberto has a degree in Biotechnology from the Francisco de Vitoria University in Madrid and a PhD in Biomedicine from the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. He has more than 10 years of experience in Molecular Biology and Genomics, and has worked these last years as a researcher ... Read more

World Birth Defects Day


World Birth Defects Day is an awareness day celebrated annually on March 3 with the aim of promoting prevention and research of these diseases. What are congenital anomalies? Congenital anomalies are disorders of the morphological, structural or functional development of an organ or system that are caused by the ... Read More

Enrique de la Rosa, new bioinformatician


We welcome Enrique de la Rosa, who joins our bioinformatics team. Enrique holds a degree in Biomedicine from the University of Seville and a Master's degree in Cancer Biology and Clinic from the University of Salamanca, where he specialized in bioinformatics analysis of Single cell RNA-Seq. During the ... Read more

World Rare Disease Day


Today, February 29th, World Rare Disease Day is celebrated under the slogan "In Rare Diseases, prevention is better than cure". For a pathology to be classified as a rare disease (RDD), it must affect a certain number of people. In this sense, there is no worldwide agreement on what is a rare disease.... Read more

Geneticist's Day


Geneticist's Day is celebrated every February 8 in honor of Gregor Johann Mendel, considered worldwide as the father of genetics. The diagnosis of genetic diseases depends to a large extent on the knowledge of the disease itself and its genetic basis. This knowledge, together with the clinical phenotype of the patient ... Read More

Implication of genetic studies in neonatal screening.

Neonatal screening

In the last issue of the IMMédico Magazine an article of our team of geneticists has been published on the implication of genetic studies in neonatal screening. Currently, the detection of the diseases included in neonatal screening programs is carried out by means of different analytical techniques, but, given the limitations of these techniques, it is not ... Read more

IV Interdisciplinary Congress of Human Genetics


From today until next Friday 17th we will participate in the IV Interdisciplinary Congress of Human Genetics. During these three days a hundred of national and international speakers will address key issues such as the use of Artificial Intelligence in precision medicine, new diagnostic techniques, advances in cancer, genomic innovation in diagnosis, new diagnostic techniques and the use of ... Read more

Jorge Palomino, new Sales Manager

We would like to introduce you to Jorge Palomino, new Sales Manager of Dreamgenics. Jorge has a degree in Biology with a specialization in Genetics and Molecular Biology from the Autonomous University of Madrid and a Master's Degree in Management and Development of Biomedical Technologies from the Carlos III University of Madrid. His professional experience includes five years of ... Read more

Dreamgenics and CEU San Pablo University sign an educational cooperation framework agreement

Dreamgenics and CEU San Pablo University sign a framework agreement for educational cooperation for the joint implementation of training, consulting and research activities. The CEU San Pablo University is the largest and most traditional private educational institution in Spain, founded in 1933 as a University College and, since 1993, as a private University, with a total of more than 1,000 students, ... Read more