Prof Dr Daniela Steinberger, MD, MBA
Professor of Human Genetics, Medical Director

bio.logis Zentrum für Humangenetik
Altenhöferallee 3
60438 Frankfurt am Main
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Medizinische Leitung
Medizinische Leitung: Prof. Dr. med. Daniela Steinberger Akkreditiert durch College of American Pathologists

Daniela Steinberger is a medical specialist in human genetics. She has long-standing experience in human genetic diagnostics and research. She is a member of the medical faculty of the University Hospital Gießen-Marburg. She received her „Habilitation“ (best comparable to an extended PhD) for her work in molecular genetic diagnosis. During a research stay at Oxford she acquired expertise in the analysis of multifactorial traits. She also has a MBA from the European Business School (EBS) focusing on Health Care Management.

Daniela Steinberger is founder and medical director of bio.logis Center for Human Genetics. In addition she is chief executive of bio.logis Genetic Information Management GmbH. bio.logis Genetic Information Management GmbH is a research and development company that focuses on IT and telemedical solutions for the management and communication of human genetic information.

It is our philosophy to make available to customers information about their genetic make-up in a medically and ethically responsible manner. This will enable our customers to make informed decisions as to health and lifestyle. Our services are based on the following principles:

We adhere to the highest possible quality standards in the development and execution of human genetics diagnostics.

As physicians we are responsible to ensure that genetic information is used to the greatest benefit of the persons tested. This is accomplished by applying rigorous standards in the preparation of the form and content of the genetic information to be communicated. Communication of genetic ramifications is descriptive and nondirective in order to facilitate informed decisions. We guarantee the right of the client to be informed or to decide against being informed of genetic results.

We strive to make available the most advanced methods of analysis and information technology to physicians, patients, and persons interested in their genetic information. In order to achieve this goal, we are actively involved in the development and application of analytical methods and their introduction into routine diagnostics.