Keck Graduate Institute and Genomenon are helping shape the future of precision medicine by training new variant scientists with the most advanced tool, including Mastermind, to address the challenges of variant interpretation, today and tomorrow. Continue Reading….
Genomenon uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to accelerate the literature curation process in Mastermind, the most comprehensive database of genomic information in the world. Mastermind scans the titles and abstracts of the entire scientific literature comprising over 30 million scientific papers, selecting them for genomic information. Continue Reading….
Ann Arbor, Michigan-based Genomenon said today that the new partnership will allow the company to bring its Mastermind genomic search engine to clinical laboratories in China. “Our partnership with Shanghai Shanyi will allow us to expand our footprint in the China market, seamlessly integrating with their other best-of-breed end-to-end clinical [next-generation sequencing] solutions,” Genomenon CEO Mike Klein said in a statement. Continue Reading….
Through the use of Genomenon’s AI-driven Mastermind Genomic Search Engine, the Rare Genomics Institute succeeded where a leading genetics laboratory had failed in securing diagnosis for an ultra-rare disease patient. Romina Ortiz, Chief Operating Officer and Vice President, Patient Advocacy at the Institute explains how the platform could prove transformative in tackling the challenges of ultra-rare disease diagnosis. Continue Reading….
August 6, 2019 – Genomenon Wins SBIR Grant to Develop ‘Micropublications’ for Variant Interpretation
Genomenon said today it has won a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the NIH’s National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI). Funding from the grant, valued at $152,946, will go toward creating a platform for producing and sharing “micropublications” across the genomics research community, as well as continuing Genomenon’s efforts to automate variant interpretation based on data from published studies. Continue Reading….
Well over 20,000 fusion genes have been documented since the first one was discovered in 1973…says Mark Kiel, MD, PhD, founder and chief science officer of Genomenon. Mastermind organized all the evidence (roughly 30,000 articles) on the 507 “bad actor” genes comprising the Illumina TruSight Fusion Gene Panel. It then compiled a list of the well-known fusion partners—numbering between one and 95—involved in 2,500 fusion events in those genes in a new report… Continue Reading….
Genomenon, a leading genomic research company, was honored with a Best of Show award at the Bio-IT World Conference & Expo in Boston. The prestigious award recognizes the best in innovative life sciences industry product solutions, in this case Genomenon’s Mastermind Genomic Search Engine. A panel of experts from academia, industry, pharma and biotech, bases their judgement on uniqueness, importance to the industry, and the ability to offer a compelling return on investment.Continue Reading….
Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) has become the first academic partner in a new genomics education program launched by Genomenon, creator of the Mastermind genomic search engine providing search results from the full-text database of 6.5 million genomic-focused scientific articles. “We feel strongly that Mastermind is the best way to interpret variants and make clinical decisions more quickly. We realized that schools like KGI are the future of genomics. We’re partners in equipping the next generation of genomic scientists,” says Candace Chapman, director of marketing for Genomenon, a privately held company founded in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 2014.”Continue Reading….
Genomenon announced today the launch of its Genomics Educator Program and named the Keck Graduate Institute(KGI) as its first academic partner for this effort which provides graduate level students with access to its flagship product the Mastermind Genomic Search Engine. According to Candace Chapman, director of marketing for Genomenon, the relationship with KGI was built off a conversation struck up between Fortini and Genomenon executives in 2017 at the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG)Annual Conference. “Barbara has shared great feedback as a Mastermind user since then, and she was the first person we reached out to for the Genomic Educator’s Program,” Chapman told Clinical OMICs in an exclusive interview. “It’s safe to say that Barbara and the Keck program was a major inspiration.”Continue Reading….
“Sometimes there is only one research paper that can connect a patient’s DNA with a diagnosis. Searching through millions of research papers to find a patient’s genetic mutation can be like trying to find a needle in a haystack. With advanced AI techniques used by Genomenon, the needle can pop right into view.” said Dr. Ray. “I can say with certainty that without the findings obtained from Genomenon, I would not have been able to provide a diagnosis for this patient.”Continue Reading….
Jeffrey Mosher talks with Mike Klein, CEO of one of Michigan 50 Companies to Watch in 2019, Genomenon, Ann Arbor, MI. Mike Klein with over 25 years of developing, building and growing 4 different high tech companies. In fact Genomenon is the third company Mike has led to being honored by the Michigan 50 Companies to Watch category! Genomenon has replaced the manual search process in gene and variant interpretation with a genomic search engine and database of all the disease-gene-variant relationships found in the full text of the scientific literature. Our technology is revolutionizing the way genetic diagnoses and discoveries are made by making it easier to get rapid insight into prioritized, clinically relevant literature for both clinical decision making and research projects. Continue Reading….
April 18, 2019 – BioIT World Conference Highlights: Altos and WASAI, Genomenon and Google, 1 CellBio and More
The BioIT World Conference & Expo is going on in Boston, Massachusetts, highlighting companies and breakthroughs working on the data end of life sciences, whether that’s blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, deep learning or others. Here’s a sample of some of the stories out of the conference. Genomenon Partners with Google for Genomic Data Continue Reading….
Today BIO-IT World announced the 2019 winners of the Best of Show Awards Program to a packed audience at the BIO-IT World Conference & Expo. The awards program recognizes the best of the life sciences industry on display at the BIO-IT World Conference & Expo in Boston. “The innovation on display by BIO-IT World exhibitors never disappoints,” said BIO-IT World Editor Allison Proffitt. “It’s always a treat to see the work and dedication from companies firsthand, and we are excited to shine a spotlight on the best life sciences has to offer.” Continue Reading….
Genomenon, the Ann Arbor-based genomics information provider, has announced a partnership with Google to make the company’s genomic mutation data available on Google Cloud platform. Genomenon’s Cite Variants Reference (CVR) data will be a public dataset available in BigQuery, Google Cloud’s big data and machine learning data warehouse, for use in genomic applications. Continue Reading….
Genomenon’s Mastermind Genomic Search Engine has been selected as a Bio-IT Best of Show finalist. A team of expert judges views entries on site and chooses winners in four categories based on the product’s technical merit, functionality, innovation, and in-person presentations. Continue Reading….
April 8, 2019 – Revolutionizing Genomics, How a Tech Company is Empowering Personalized Medicine by Directing Information Straight to Doctors’ Fingertips
Genomenon is a DNA interpretation software company that was born out of the growing gap between big data and diagnostic decision-making. The field of genomics and DNA sequencing was unimaginable 25 years ago. The real challenge now is making that information practical, and that’s the niche in which… Genomenon fits. Continue Reading….
LifeMap Sciences will integrate Genomenon’s Mastermind Genomic Search Engine into its GeneCards knowledgebase, the companies announced today. The partnership will help researchers using GeneCards more easily identify relevant literature associated with genes, diseases, and variants, according to the firms. Continue Reading….
It is said that this is the best of times for direct to consumer (DTC) genetic testing companies, human disease genomics, and the launch of genomic data marketplaces. Due to advances in technology and the availability of cost-effective consumer genotyping kits, massive genomic data sets from human patients and controls are being created from across nations. As a result, it is not only the continued growth in the number of disease genes identified, but it will also advance a deepening of our understanding of the fundamental human genetic architecture and disease states. Moreover, we will also see the commercialization of genomic data. Continue Reading….
The Rare Genomics Institute, a nonprofit organization providing support to undiagnosed rare disease patients, announced on Rare Disease Day 2019 that they had used the Mastermind Genomic Search Engine, a clinical decision support tool by Genomenon, to diagnose a rare disease patient. We spoke to Mark Kiel, MD, PhD, Founder and Chief Science Officer at Genomenon and Romina Ortiz, COO at the Rare Genomics Institute, to learn more about the application of this technology in rare diseases. Continue Reading….
Rare Genomics Institute said today it successfully diagnosed a previously undiagnosed patient using Genomenon’s Mastermind Genomic Search Engine.The announcement, timed to coincide with Rare Disease Day 2019, comes four months after the partners launched a collaboration in which Genomenon agreed to donate licenses allowing clinical scientists working with Rare Genomics Institute to access Mastermind. Continue Reading….
February 23, 2019 – AI-Based Software Provider and Genomic Search Company Partner to Improve Rare Disease Diagnostics
Diploid, an artificial intelligence (AI)-based software provider for rare disease diagnostics, and Genomenon, a genomic search company, are partnering to improve genome interpretation for rare disease diagnostics. Genomenon’s Mastermind Genomic Search Engine filters and prioritizes millions of articles about genomics to find the most useful and meaningful citations. The search engine saves scientists hours of literature curation per case, and improves the chances of finding key genetic information that could be critical for a patient’s diagnosis. Continue Reading….
Diploid announced that its Moon software, which is focused on rare disease diagnostics, will integrate Genomenon’s Mastermind Genomic Search Engine. The companies said their goal is to improve genome interpretation by giving direct access to Mastermind from Moon’s user interface. Continue Reading….
Genomenon said today that it has partnered with artificial intelligence software firm Diploid to improve genome interpretation for rare disease diagnostics. As part of the collaboration, Belgium-based Diploid will integrate Genomenon’s Mastermind genomic search engine into its Moon diagnostic software. Continue Reading….
Mastermind is now used by more than 2,200 clinicians in 35 countries and 200 labs. “We’ve been able to demonstrate we got the business model right, now it’s time to add fire with more investment in sales and marketing. We’re at the precipice of three key technologies: big data, A.I., and cloud computing. Continue Reading….
ANN ARBOR – Genomic search company Genomenon has hired industry veteran David Anstey as Vice President of Sales. In his new role at Genomenon, Anstey is responsible for building out and leading the company’s sales and business development efforts. “Dave brings 20 years of experience selling into life science companies, and he has an excellent track record of driving growth and building partnerships with his customers” said Mike Klein, CEO of Genomenon. “We’re excited to have Dave join our team and help drive our success.” Continue Reading….
The Tech Tribune staff has named Genomenon to the list of the Top Ten Tech Startups in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Selection criteria included revenue potential, leadership team, brand/product traction, and competitive landscape. This is the second year in a row that Genomenon was honored. Continue Reading….
November 27, 2018 – Genomenon announced that it has published the first Cited Variant Reference (CVR)
This first-in-kind Cited Variant Reference contains over 3.7 million genomic variants found in medical literature. Each variant is annotated with a citation count based on the number of scientific publications mentioning the variant, along with a link into the Mastermind® Genomic Search Engine to view full search results for those articles. Continue Reading….
Genomenon announced that it has published the first Cited Variant Reference (CVR), a comprehensive catalogue of genetic variants cited in the medical literature. The term “variant” refers to a genomic mutation in the DNA – key data used in searching for causes of cancer and rare diseases. Continue Reading….
GenomOncology will integrate into its Molecular Tumor Board platform results from Genomenon’s Mastermind Genomic Search Engine, through a collaboration whose value was not disclosed.The companies said their critically ilpartnership was designed to enable oncologists to access up-to-date genomic research Continue Reading….
October 29, 2018 – Clinical Genomic Literature Search Partnership Formed by Genomenon, GenomOncology
Genomenon and GenomOncology announced today that they have formed a partnership to incorporate Genomenon’s Mastermind search engine into GenomOncology’s Molecular Tumor Board software, in order to help oncologists make more informed clinical decisions. Continue Reading….
October 18, 2018 – Genomenon Partners with Rare Genomics Institute, Begins with Philanthropic Donation
Genomenon announced today that they will donate Mastermind Genomic Search Engine licenses to the entire team of clinical scientists at Rare Genomics Institute to accelerate their work for patients with rare diseases. Continue Reading….
October 18, 2018 – Fabric Genomics and Genomenon Sign Partnership Agreement to Speed Genomic Interpretation
Fabric Genomics™, a global leader in clinical interpretation of genomic data, and Genomenon®, the leading genomic data search company, announced today that they have entered into a partnership with the goal of further strengthening clinical genomic interpretation and variant classification. Continue Reading….
Fabric Genomics and Genomenon announced today that they have signed an agreement to integrate their respective genomic interpretation technologies and co-market the combined offering. Continue Reading….
They call it the Valley of Death for a reason. Entrepreneurs coined the term to describe the period from when a startup is formed to when it generates revenue. Research shows that nearly 90 percent of startups fail — a stark statistic that University of Michigan alumnus Mark Kiel knows well. Continue Reading….
All About AI, Michigan’s largest conference on entrepreneurship, presented by TiE Detroit, today announced the winners of the TiE20 Industry Awards. Selected from more than 500 nominated companies, the winners represent the most enterprising startup companies. Continue Reading….
After a successful proof-of-concept study in 2017, Genomenon is well into its work under a two-year, $1.5 million National Institutes of Health grant to add artificial intelligence to variant interpretation. Continue Reading….
July 31, 2018 – Genomenon in Ann Arbor Awarded NIH Grant to Further Scale the Adoption of Genomic Sequencing
Ann Arbor-based Genomenon, a leading genomic data search company that operates the world’s only comprehensive genomic-specific search engine, today announced it was awarded a Phase 2 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Continue Reading….
Genomic Data Search company Genomenon has been awarded a Phase 2 Small Business Innovation Research grant by the National Institutes of Health. The grant will be used to develop and apply machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms to variant interpretation, the single biggest hurdle in scaling the adoption of genomic sequencing in both clinical and precision medicine applications. Continue Reading….
Collaborations have long produced some of the most significant developments and discoveries in science, art and engineering. It’s not just people either. Huge benefits can come from businesses doing the same. I’ve taken a look at 5 collaborations that are doing just that. Continue Reading….
The Ann Arbor, MI, startup focused on analyzing genomics data to guide clinicians in the diagnostic process, last week announced its newest partnership. The company has entered into a co-marketing agreement with San Francisco’s Fluidigm, which develops, manufactures, and markets analytical systems with life sciences applications. Continue Reading….
The companies have signed a co-marketing agreement to create a joint panel design offering intended to help researchers accelerate the design of disease-specific next-generation sequencing (NGS), genotyping, and real-time PCR panels for use with Fluidigm’s automated microfluidic systems. Continue Reading….
Joint offering enables acceleration of genomic panel design for translational and clinical disease research Joint offering enables acceleration of genomic panel design for translational and clinical disease research. Continue Reading….
Fluidigm Corporation announced today that it has entered into a co-marketing agreement with Genomenon to offer evidence-based genomic panel design services for translational and clinical disease research. Continue Reading….
Fluidigm has announced that it has entered a co-marketing agreement with Genomenon to offer evidence-based genomic panel design services for translational and clinical disease researchers. Continue Reading….
Swift Biosciences and Genomenon said today that they have entered a new partnership in which they will co-market a service for the design and creation of targeted gene sequencing panels. Continue Reading….
May 22, 2018 – Learning the Literature: Genomenon, Veritas Collaborate on Next-Gen Publication Prioritization Engine
Genomenon has announced it will partner with Veritas Genetics to develop a next-generation literature prioritization engine the companies said will further scale the global adoption of whole-genome sequencing by reducing the time and cost of variant interpretation. Continue Reading….
Apr 26, 2018 – Ann Arbor’s Genomenon, a startup focused on genomic search data, has struck a new partnership with Boston’s Rhythm Pharmaceuticals
Genomenon and Rhythm will team up to create a database of genetic mutations associated with obesity as documented in the medical literature. Genomenon has developed Mastermind, a genomic search engine that connects genomic data with evidence from scientific literature. Continue Reading….
Genomenon said today it has partnered with Rhythm Pharmaceuticals to create a database of genetic mutations associated with obesity as documented in published studies. Rhythm plans to use the data to better understand rare genetic disorders of obesity. Continue Reading….
Genomenon announced Mastermind Genomic Search Engine users can accelerate their genomic interpretation by searching the scientific literature that fits each individual ACMG classification criteria. Continue Reading….
Genomenon will partner with Veritas, The Genome Company, to develop a next-generation literature prioritization engine designed to further scale the global adoption of whole genome sequencing by reducing the time and cost of variant interpretation. Continue Reading….
DNA sequencing company Veritas Genetics is partnering with genomic literature search engine Genomenon in an effort to move literature prioritization forward with the help of artificial intelligence. Continue Reading….
GenomeNext has embedded within its Olympus genomic analysis platform results from Genomenon’s Mastermind Genomic Search Engine, through a partnership aimed at accelerating variant curation for genomic analysis. Continue Reading….
Integrating Mastermind with GenomeNext’s Olympus Platform dramatically improves and accelerates variant curation, further streamlining automation of genomic analysis and interpretation. Continue Reading….
Genomenon’s Mastermind genomic search engine now includes links to Saphetor’s VarSome genomic annotation tool. In turn, VarSome, which contains curated data from more than 30 publicly available genomic databases, has Mastermind links to scientific literature related to each variant and gene. Continue Reading….
Jan 1, 2018 – Genomenon Illuminates Current Trends in Genomic Literature – Top 10 Cited Variants in 2017
Mastermind Genomic Search Engine Dives into Current Trends in Genomic Variant Research – A Look at the Top Cited Variants Across the Scientific Literature. Continue Reading….
Genomenon, a University of Michigan spinout developing analytics and data visualization software for the genomics industry, last week announced it has created an evidence-based cancer gene panel using automated machine learning techniques. Continue Reading….
Dr. Mark Kiel, MD PhD, Founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Genomenon Shares His Views on Diagnostic Genomics in Risk Roundup Interview. Continue Reading….
Genomenon, developing analytics and data visualization software for the genomics industry, released its first product last week: The Mastermind Genomic Search Engine. Continue Reading….
Mike Klein, a veteran of the Ann Arbor tech scene, was named CEO of Genomenon, a spinoff from the University of Michigan that creates genome interpretation software to speed patient diagnosis using personalized medicine. Continue Reading….
The University of Michigan’s Monroe-Brown Biomedical Seed Fund announced inaugural investments in two biotech startups spun out of the university. Continue Reading….
Like a lot of tech startups, Ann Arbor-based Genomenon has a name that’s a little hard to say and a suite of products that’s hard for non-techies to understand. What’s clear is Genomenon’s … Continue Reading….
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Genomenon, an Ann, Arbor, Michigan-based startup focused on developing tools for the personalized medicine space, is currently recruiting early adopters to test-drive … Continue Reading….
When Steve Schwartz went up to collect the ceremonial $100,000 check for taking second place at the Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition last week, he was surprised but not shocked. Continue Reading….
Genomenon Inc., a University of Michigan spinoff that is being incubated in the office of technology transfer’s Venture Accelerator on the north campus, has closed an investment round of $1 million. Continue Reading….
Each of the Healthcare finalists presented their ideas to a panel of expert judges for a chance to win $1 million and work with Verizon to turn their idea into a reality. Continue Reading….
Three U-M pathologists who developed software that could improve cancer diagnosis and treatment have won a statewide entrepreneurship competition … Continue Reading….