At the heart of QIAGEN’s business is a vision for making improvements in life possible. We deliver on this promise by providing differentiating Sample to Insight solutions that help our customers to unlock valuable molecular insights encoded in the building blocks of life.
Some of the great challenges facing the world – issues of life and death, health and disease, continuity and change – find their causes in the near-infinite diversity of genomic molecules that serve as the building blocks of all life. Scientists, doctors, lab directors and other professionals committed to answering life’s questions look to QIAGEN for solutions in molecular testing.
QIAGEN is known to more than 500,000 customers around the world for our innovation, engagement, integrity, quality and passion. This identity creates relationships for our global team across the continuum from research in the life sciences, to molecular diagnostics and public safety applications in everyday use.
Our mission is to deliver Sample to Insight solutions enabling QIAGEN customers to unlock valuable molecular insights faster, better and more efficiently – from the raw biological sample to the final interpreted result. But Sample to Insight is more than just about providing smooth, end-to-end workflows. It's a strategic framework that puts the needs and challenges of our customers front and center. We want to identify key bottlenecks holding customers back and to deliver solutions so they can achieve greater success, ultimately helping them to exceed their own expectations.
What do molecular insights look like?
- A patient with undiagnosed acute respiratory symptoms is diagnosed in under an hour with point of care testing and receives the right treatment for their specific disease.
- Screening of individuals exposed to tuberculosis (TB) using a simple blood test identifies 21 latent TB sufferers, enabling treatment before the disease has progressed to its active state.
- A researcher uses molecular tools to study the microbiome of air and uncovers an incredibly diverse ecosystem that can provide insights into crop pathogens and even climate change.
- A forensic scientist uses trace RNA evidence recovered from a bullet to deduce not only who was present at the crime scene, but also who fired the fatal shot.
QIAGEN is committed to making improvements in life possible.