Laboratory

Microgenomics S.r.l. is an academic spin-off and it represents the result of an innovative project developed within the research team of the Molecular Cytogenetics laboratory, Department of Human and Hereditary Pathology (newly named Department of Molecular Medicine from 01/01/2012) of the University of Pavia.

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Company profile

Company profile

Microgenomics is a genetic testing laboratory which began with the aim of creating a highly specialized diagnostic centre to provide molecular investigations for the study and the diagnosis of genetic diseases. Thanks to the know-how and the experience acquired in the academic context, the operators of the Microgenomics laboratory are considered leading experts in the […]

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Quality

Quality

Microgenomics is certified ISO 9001 and SIGU.  Since its birth Microgenomics has dedicated its activity to continuous improvement of quality and services provided. The company has always been committed to convey to its collaborators a constant focus on customer needs, to add value to its activities and achieving excellence. In 2012 the company began a long process […]

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Mission

Mission

Microgenomics core business mission is to provide services for genetic investigations for hospitals, which are lacking in technologies and necessary technical knowledge to provide genetic investigations. The aim of Microgenomics is to provide high quality diagnostic services combining the most innovative technologies, the expertise and professionalism provided by experienced specialists in the field of genetics. […]

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Professionals profiles

Professionals profiles

LABORATORIO PROF. ROBERTO CICCONE LABORATORY DIRECTOR Graduated in Biological Sciences and Specialized in Medical Genetics, today he is an Associate Professor of Applied Biology and Genetics at the University of Pavia. His research activity is focused on the application of genomic analysis techniques to identify the causes of genetic diseases. See Prof. Ciccone publications on […]

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