Make a difference with your DNA

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.

If you have some DNA data

You can upload previous DNA sequencing results to access free, personalised genetic reports. You can also take part in studies to advance the future of medicine.

No data? No problem

Without data you can still access reports (just not personalised) and take part in studies. If you are interested in getting your DNA sequenced, we can help there too.

At Sano, data privacy and transparency are at the heart of everything we do, so you own and control all of your data. Your information is never shared without asking you for consent first.

Take part in cutting edge research

Be the first to know about new trials and opportunities for free DNA sequencing. We keep you updated on the latest findings from the research you choose to support.

See current studies

Personalised genetic reports

Gain access to free personalised reports in health, wellness and hereditary traits. Preview reports here, then upload your data to personalise the results.

Preview reports

Supporting World-Class Research

We are working with some of the best research institutions in the world, including:

Imperial College LondonUniversity of CambridgeUniversity of Liverpool

Our promise

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.

Episode 1May 2, 2019

Who are Sano Genetics?

In this episode, Patrick Short (CEO) discusses our platform, our current research projects (on eczema and psoriasis) and our plans for The Genetics Podcast.

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