Dr. Erica Barnell, Co-Founder & Chief Medical Officer of Geneoscopy, discusses the vital role of non-invasive diagnostics in preventing disease. This insightful conversation is a must-watch for anyone interested in the future of gastroenterology, digital health, and precision oncology.
- The Importance of Non-Invasive Diagnostics: Dr. Erica Barnell emphasizes the significant role of non-invasive diagnostics in early-stage disease detection and prevention, particularly in colorectal cancer. She advocates for the detection of precancerous conditions rather than late-stage cancers, highlighting the potential of these technologies in changing patient outcomes.
- Innovations in Geneoscopy: Dr. Barnell shares updates on Geneoscopy’s advancements, including the development of a novel stool-based RNA technology. This technology, awaiting FDA pre-market approval, is recognized as a breakthrough in colorectal cancer screening.
- Collaboration and Research: With her background in bioinformatics and precision oncology, Dr. Barnell discusses her work in developing new products targeting autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. Her collaboration with leading universities and biopharmaceutical companies is pivotal in improving gastrointestinal disease diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment.
Dr. Erica Barnell, a pioneer in medical science, brings her expertise to the forefront in this engaging interview. Get a glimpse into innovation reshaping the landscape of gastroenterology.
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- Geneoscopy’s new study on non-invasive test for detecting colorectal cancer and advanced adenomas
- Comparison with other non-invasive options
- What would happen when liquid biopsy becomes mainstream?
- Geneoscopy’s origin story
- From $20,000 in seed money to raising $105M in Series B
- Partnership with Labcorp
- Comments on the lawsuit against Genoscopy
- Science behind Genoscopy’s technology
- Why focus on colon cancer?
- Insights from data
- Commercialization of ColoSense test
- Future of GI
- How does Genoscopy use AI?
- Should private practice GIs be worried or excited?