We are a team of experts specializing in narrow fields of science who thanks to open-mindedness
and imagination create unconventional, innovative solutions. Thanks to the diversity of our knowledge and skills, we are able to effectively combine the classic standards of molecular diagnostics with the latest achievements in technology, chemistry and bioengineering.
The co-founder and leader of Genomtec. His responsibilities within the company involve, among others, R & D and development of innovative diagnostic devices. A graduate of the Faculty of Pharmacy and Clinical Laboratory Sciences Unit at Wroclaw Medical University, a PhD student in the field of molecular biology, laboratory diagnostician. Author of a number of scientific publications and the co-author of Genomtec patents. Ambitious and young, but already an experienced scientist. He has won a number of awards and honors for his master’s thesis.
Head of a research project for the National Science Center.
A graduate of medicine from the Medical University of Lublin, whereas his PhD obtained from the Instytu Centrum Zdrowia Matki Polki in Łódź, winning the Prime Minister’s Award. He was a scholarship holder of the Polish Science Foundation. He also graduated in biology and immunology from Victoria University in Canada and did a post-doc at Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. He is the author or co-author of over 100 scientific publications. For the last four years, he was the President of AstraZeneca Pharma Poland, and before that he worked for Abbott and AbbVie in Poland, Belgium and Luxembourg (Director General), Novartis Pharma Polska (Head of commercial operations and Director of the innovative drugs department) and also managed the company’s branch in the Baltics. In 2002-2006, he worked for McKinsey & Company, advising clients from the life sciences industry in the USA, France, Belgium and Great Britain. At Genomtec, he will be responsible for further development and implementation of the business strategy.
Charles represents a mixture of complementing experiences, including sales process (pharmaceutical sector), bio-medical research (academic and National Health Service) and a business development gained at FDI Agency. He received his MSc from the University of Silesia and his PhD (biomedical and clinical science) from the University of Exeter Medical School, with additional PMP certification. Working on behalf of the Greater Manchester Local Authority, Charles attracted and assisted companies through the process of strategic relocation and market access, regulatory & investment advice.
His responsibilities within the company involve, among others, R & D and development of innovative diagnostic devices, planning and organising the work of the R&D team, developing quality management and document control systems and advising on human resource policy.
A graduate in Electronics with Medical Electronics from the Engineering Faculty of the University of Kent at Canterbury.
More than 30 year experience in the design and manufacture of medical and scientific devices.
Coordinator of R&D activities in the areas of the analyzer and diagnostic reaction cards. An expert at the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology at the Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics, a versatile, talented electronics engineer and a designer of advanced electronic devices. He co-created such devices as the portable X-ray source “Photon Needle” for medical applications for the Institute for Nuclear Studies in Świerk, a 300 W plasma generator for technological processes in the SECON device at the Institute of Electron Technology in Warsaw or IV Measurement Systems (Photoemission Tech, Inc. Camarillo US). An author of patents and over 80 domestic and foreign scientific publications.
He was awarded the title of the second lieutenant of the Polish Armed Forces in the Central Training Center of Technical Specialists of the Air Force.
At Genomtec, he coordinates all R&D activities and oversees the work of the technological and biological-molecular team.
Professor Dobosz is a co-creator of the Genomtec technology, an outstanding Polish scientist with almost 50 years of scientific experience, and a widely recognized specialist in the field of clinical genetics. His scientific activity began at the Institute of Immunology and Experimental Therapy of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Wrocław. Since 2004 he has been the head of the Molecular Techniques Unit at the Department of Forensic Medicine of the Wroclaw Medical University. He’s the author of 56 printed works occupying a spot on the ISI Master Journal List and over 470 scientific publications. The creator of many improvement and patenting proposals. Winner of 14 different prizes, including the Gold Cross of Merit, awarded for his achievements in the introduction of DNA testing technology to Polish forensic genetics, and the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta. He was a part of two international teams of experts under the Society for Forensic Haemogenetics.
He has served multiple times as a technical auditor for the Polish Center for Accreditation.
Leader of the molecular biology team, which conducts research on DNA and RNA of pathogens and works on the selection of appropriate chemical reagents.
A graduate of the Wroclaw Medical University and a laboratory diagnostician with over 10 years of experience in the field of molecular biology. Specialist and expert in the field of application of the Isothermal Nucleic Acid Amplification Technology (INAAT). Has taken part in a variety of workshops and internships, including at Harvard Medical School in Boston and at the Institute of Experimental Biology of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw.
A graduate of the Lodz University of Technology, Faculty of Biotechnology and Food Sciences, major – biotechnology, specialization – technical biochemistry. Katarzyna has professional experience in implementation and coordination of research projects. In 2004-2007 Katarzyna was awarded a scholarship and conducted research at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. In 2011-2018, in the Wrocław Research Center EIT+ Katarzyna was responsible for international cooperation (with particular emphasis on the Polish-American partnership), implementation of the business model, distribution strategy, customer acquisition, maintaining business relationships and coordinating the course of many research orders carried out by WRC EIT+. Katarzyna is the author and co-author of 9 scientific publications.
At Genomtec Katarzyna is responsible for all project management aspects, including planning, execution, controlling and closing.
PhD in technical sciences, electronics, specialist in microelectronics, electronic and photonic materials engineering, sensors and transducers. A graduate of the Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics of the Wrocław University of Technology. Author of numerous scientific publications and patents. Contractor in research projects financed from public funds and industry.
At Genomtec he is responsible for the design of electronic circuits and tests of materials used to build the Genomtec ID device.
The alumnae and PhD student at Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. A specialist in the field of microelectronics, sensors and fluidic microsystems and microplasma generators. His research work is focused on development of the miniature sensors utilizing optical detection.
At Genomtec, he is responsible for selection of electronic components, material testing and research and development of Genomtec ID.
Actively supports research and development in the field of molecular biology at Genomtec. A young Scientist of Laboratory Diagnostics at the Faculty of Pharmacy and Clinical Laboratory Sciences Unit at Wroclaw Medical University. Rector’s scholarship holder, active participant of the Student’s Scientific Association of Molecular and Cell Medicine at the Molecular Techniques Unit, a science enthusiast, co-author of academic articles.
A graduate of Biomedical Engineering and Electronics at the Wrocław University of Technology. His professional interests are sensors, signals and PCB design.
He has gained experience in the field of engineering, among others, on the design of a bionic prosthesis and, after moving to Belgium, on the design of a remotely controlled base station for the army.
At Genomtec, he is responsible for electronic design, device development and R&D. In his spare time, he composes music, plays instruments and constructs audio devices.
A graduate In Microsystem electronics and Photonics at the University of Science and Technology in Wroclaw. His professional specialization includes embedded systems in various applications, especially within the software fields. Enthusiast of the science, fascinated by artificial intelligence systems. He started his adventure with devices from the medical/biotechnology category during his studies – the winner of the best diploma thesis at the faculty.
His duties at Genomtec include the development of device and software architecture, the implementation of new solution, as well as general research and development.
She received the title of doctor of medical science at the Faculty of Medicine of the Wrocław Medical University. Currently, she is an adjunct professor at the Department of Microbiology at the Institute of Genetics and Microbiology of the University of Wrocław. Vice-president of the Wrocław Branch of the Polish Society of Microbiologists.
A serial entrepreneur with a passion for commercializing complex biomedical technologies. Currently CEO and founder of Clerio Vision, Inc., a next generation vision correction company leveraging Nobel Prize winning technology and backed by $18 million in financing. Former CEO and founder of iCardiac Technologies, Inc., a startup initially transacted to Norwest Venture Partners in a control transaction and subsequently sold to ERT for $230 million at 20x return to early investors. Business leader VirtualScopics, a Pfizer and GE Healthcare backed startup, with a peak market cap on NASDAQ of $200 million.
Head of the Department of Pediatrics, Oncology, Hematology and Diabetology at the Medical University of Lodz. Multidisciplinary pediatrician, oncologist and pediatric hematologist, endocrinologist and pediatric diabetologist.
A member of many scientific associations, both national and international, including Polish Society of Pediatric Oncology and Hematology and International Society of Diabetes in Children and Youth. Author or co-author of over 280 publications.
Ajit Shah has a combined twenty four years of experience as an entrepreneur, operating executive and venture capitalist. As an entrepreneur, he has co-founded six companies across multiple markets including personal computing hardware, software, medical devices and the Internet.
Ajit Shah holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and a joint Ph.D. in Bioengineering from the School of Medicine at University California in San Francisco and College of Engineering at University of California, Berkeley.
Best non-US startup at Boston HUBWeek
Finalist of the Innovation Initiator 2018 contest
Ranking 30 Under 30
Finalist of the Climate-KIC Accelerator Programme European Institute of Innovation and Technology
MIT Enterprise Forum Poland
European Economic Congresses, category: Biotech
Bronze medal at Pitch to London
Ranking 50. Most Creative in Business
Architects of Innovation
Honorable mention in the category of Emerging Technologies
Dolnośląski Gryf-Economic Award, category: Startup of the Year
Young Talents, category: "Success in innovation"