Why the ENCODE project will be important to physicians (but not today).

By: Jud Schneider, PhD Scientific Coordinator, NextGxDx The ENCODE (Encyclopedia of DNA Elements) project is designed to understand the fundamental relationships that exist within the genome of each cell.  These relationships between genes and the DNA elements that control when genes are turned off and on, are critically important to understanding how the genome functions. … Read More Why the ENCODE project will be important to physicians (but not today).

Five most common molecular testing mistakes, from the view of a molecular Pathologist

Our guest blogger today is Dr. Pranil K. Chandra, D.O., Associate Medical Director of Molecular Pathology at Pathgroup.  Dr. Chandra received his DO from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYCOM), performed his residency (AP/CP) and hematopathology fellowship at NYU Langone Medical Center and an additional molecular genetic pathology fellowship at the University of… Read More Five most common molecular testing mistakes, from the view of a molecular Pathologist

How we approach security

NextGxDx is dedicated to the highest security standards. Our goal is to create a seamless environment that secures patient data, while providing appropriate access to healthcare providers. To this end, we have developed a highly-secure, yet flexible system that goes well beyond the requirements outlined in HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, which… Read More How we approach security