At Sano, we believe in a future where medicine is personalised to you, and we need your help to build it.
Play a role in future discoveries in mental health, the immune system, rare disorders, and more, while discovering how your DNA affects you.
Animation showing how to toggle ask/allow options for sharing basic information in future studies. The same applies to the medical history survey. You can also delete any of the responses you provide.
No data? Be the first to know about opportunities for free DNA sequencing
Animation showing part of a survey asking about the users medical history: 'In your lifetime, have you ever been diagnosed with any of the following types of conditions? Click all that apply.' The user checks and then unchecks 'Blood related conditions: E.g. Anaemias, Coagulation defects'.
Animation showing the user scrolling through reports. They have uploaded DNA data, so the reports are personalised to them. (We have designed the charts we use for reports to be accessible using a screenreader.)
We are working with some of the best research institutions in the world, including:
Our core value at Sano is transparency. From how we handle your data to how we operate as a company, we are committed to complete honesty. Here are our promises to you.
We write reports and explain new research projects in language that is clear and written with non-scientists in mind. We will not shy away from communicating challenging concepts, but we will find ways to make them accessible.
We use industry standard encryption mechanisms both in transit and at rest when dealing with your data. This means that your data is safe and secure, whether or not you choose to share it.
Any information sent between your computer and our servers is encrypted using SSL - you can always check that the padlock icon in your internet browser is present to ensure you are interacting with our site, and not a site trying to impersonate us to steal your data.
While some research has decades of support and in-depth study, other findings may be comparatively new. We provide detailed information about the state of the science underlying all of our personalised reports and research summaries.
In this episode, Patrick Short (CEO) discusses our platform, our current research projects (on eczema and psoriasis) and our plans for The Genetics Podcast.
Join our community to learn more about your health and contribute to the development of medical research