- We are dedicated to supporting the discovery and development of novel diagnostics and therapeutic targets that help to save lives and improve the quality of life of cancer patients.
- We are fuelled by tissue-based Dx test development and validation.
- We wish to collaborate with partners focused on cancer drug development. Let's start the Rx-Dx process early.
- Our biomarker DISCOVERY focus is to identify biomarkers and therapeutic targets for cancer.
- Our biomarker DETECTION focus uses our IHC-MARK software tool and other off-the-shelf algorithms to make automated quantitation easy.
- AngioTox will predict which patients are prone to cancer drug toxicity side effects
- FAST-PATH will create faster tools to diagnose Prostate Cancer
- AngioPredict will predict which cancer patients will respond positively to treatment
- RATHER targets untreatable and aggressive forms of Breast Cancer
- Target Melanoma will provide greater understanding of the most aggressive type of skin cancer (Melanoma)
- APO-DECIDE will create comprehensive tools and tests to predict which patients will benefit from chemotherapy
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OncoMark has developed proprietary Prognostic & Predictive Biomarkers panels. Our research validated software IHC-Mark provides automated nuclear, cytoplasmic and membraneous IHC stain quantitation.
Another time-saving product is our Biomarker Interpretation Workflow platform. We also have a range of new assays & IP in development.
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- January 2015 - Video - Professor William Gallagher gives FASTPATH project case study presentation for InterTradeIreland's 'Collaborate to Innovate' initiative
- InterTradeIreland's 'Collaborate to Innovate - Horizon 2020 Opportunity and Support' is an all island initiative targeted at those interested or involved in growing their business through R&D and innovation. The objectives of the initative are; to increase the chance of success in Horizon 2020, to showcase the local support available for applicants in Ireland and Northern Ireland and to highlight key funding opportunities. » read more
- December 2014 - OncoMark wins Medical Laboratory of the Year at 2014 Irish Laboratory Awards
- CEO of OncoMark, Dr Máirín Rafferty collects the award for Medical Laboratory of the Year at this year's Irish Laboratory Awards held in Dublin on Wednesday, 3rd December 2014. » read more
- December 2014 - OncoMark has been nominated for 4 awards as part of the Irish Laboratory Awards 2014
- OncoMark has been nominated for 4 awards as part of the Irish Laboratory Awards 2014. The Company has been shortlisted in the following categories; BioScience Laboratory of the Year Research Laboratory of the Year Medical Laboratory of the Year Laboratory Team of the Year » read more
- September 2013 - 16th International Conference on Medical Imaging and Computer Assisted Intervention - Nagoya, Japan
- MICCAI 2013, the 16th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention, was held from September 22nd to 26th, 2013 in Nagoya, Japan, organized with Scientific Council of Japan. MICCAI attracts annually world leading scientists, engineers and clinicians from a wide range of disciplines associated with medical imaging and computer assisted surgery. Dr JesuChristopher Joseph attended on behalf of OncoMark. » read more
- April 2013: Colorectal cancers predicted to rise by 45% by 2020 (www.irishtimes.com)
- The number of Irish people suffering from colorectal cancer is predicted to increase by 34 per cent in women and 45 per cent in men by 2020, according to a report published today by the National Cancer Registry. The report "Colorectal Cancer Incidence, Mortality, Treatment and Survival in Ireland: 1994 - 2010" found the number of male cases increased from 983 in 1994 to 1343 in 2010 and the number of female cases increased from 769 in 1994 to 955 in 2010. » read more
- March 2013: Wide Consensus Reached at Irish Presidency Conference on ‘Innovation and Patient Access to Personalised Medicine
- Wide consensus emerged at the Irish Presidency Conference on 'Innovation and Patient Access to Personalised Medicine' on the need for radical change if Europe's approach to healthcare is to benefit from the potential of personalised medicine. Declaring his support for the innovative responses that personalised medicine can offer to the challenges faced by health systems, Irish Health Minister James Reilly warned: "We are losing a lot of research from Europe because of red tape". » read more