The Personalis Mission
Our mission is to transform the development of next-generation therapies by providing more comprehensive molecular data about each patient’s cancer and immune response.
It Starts with Comprehensive Tumor Immunogenomics
Personalis is partnering with pharmaceutical companies to advance the development of more effective cancer immunotherapies by providing highly accurate and comprehensive tumor immunogenomics.
Our ACE ImmunoID Platform combines our augmented exome and transcriptome assays with advanced analytics to support our pharmaceutical partners at all stages of the drug development process; from discovery and translational research studies and clinical trials, to post-approval and commercialization.
The Universal Cancer Immunogenomics Platform
ImmunoID NeXT is the first platform to provide comprehensive analysis of both a tumor and its microenvironment from a single sample. It consolidates multiple oncology biomarker assays into one – maximizing the biological insights garnered from a single, precious tumor specimen. Traditionally, when samples are limited, researchers must make a difficult decision around which biomarkers to analyze. With ImmunoID NeXT, our partners no longer have to make this decision.
A Single Platform. A Single Sample. Multiple Biomarkers.
Personalis is offering pharmaceutical customers the opportunity to participate in an Early Access Program, ongoing now.
- Advances in Immuno-Oncology Congress USA, San Diego | October 10-11
- SITC’s 34th Annual Meeting, National Harbor, MD | November 7-10
- NeoAG Summit USA, Boston | November 14-15
Ready to streamline your precision oncology translational and clinical research programs?
Personalis Announces Closing of Initial Public Offering and Exercise in Full of Over Allotment Option
Personalis Launches ImmunoID NeXT, the First Platform Providing Characterization of a Tumor and its Microenvironment from a Single Sample
Personalis Receives Approval from the New York State Dept. of Health for Use of its ACE ImmunoID™ Platform in Cancer Immunotherapeutic Clinical Trials