InfanDx AG is a privately held company focusing on the development and commercialization of novel diagnostic solutions for child health.
Lead by a team of seasoned industry experts, the Company pursues the development of a portfolio of high-value diagnostic opportunities in prenatal testing, neonatal acute and critical care, and infant health.
The Company is headquartered in Cologne, Germany, with a branch office in Berlin, Germany, and a wholly owned subsidiary in Boston, MA, USA.
Precision Medicine denotes an emerging treatment approach that takes into account individual genetic & genomic features as well as environmental influences and lifestyles. The Institute of Precision Medicine employs 3rd generation sequencing, metabolomics and other high-throughput technologies as well as data mining utilizing recorded clinical data to research strategies for diagnosing and treating diseases much more precisely.
At HFU, InfanDx works with Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Deigner, one of the most distinguished experts in metabolomics, and his team in the discovery and validation of biomarkers for HIE. For clinical study design and biostatistical analysis and AI driven approaches to HIE diagnosis, InfanDx works with Prof. Dr. Matthias Kohl, a leading biostatistician, and his team.
CPCS, led by Prof. Dr. Axel Franz, is an academic CRO at the University Hospital Tübingen specialized in clinical studies in children. CPCS provides the entire spectrum of services including study planning, protocol approval, study execution, monitoring, data management, biometric analyses, and reporting in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, and quality standards.
Headed by Prof. Dr. Ursula Felderhoff-Müser, the clinic specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of neuro-pediatric/neonataldiseases, pediatric emergency and intensive medicine. InfanDx collaborates with Prof. Felderhoff and her team in clinical studies and biomarker research in HIE.
For our clinical research we rely on an exceptional network of clinical partners in Germany and Turkey coordinate by Prof. Dr. Dr. Peter Bartmann, Children’s Hospital of the University Hospital Bonn (Germany) and CPCS.