Dedicated to protecting the health of expectant mothers, their babies and families, PerkinElmer provides a comprehensive portfolio of screening and diagnostic solutions that enable the early clinical insights that have become essential for a pro-active approach to healthcare.
As the leader in life-saving screening tests for newborns, our instruments and technologies save approximately 70 babies every day by detecting over 50 congenital disorders early enough in a pregnancy for physicians to administer necessary treatments for better outcomes. Our newest screening solutions allow OBGYNs to identify - within the first trimester - their patients who are at a greater risk for pre-eclampsia.
Collaborating with governments and health organizations around the world, our scientists and engineers are focused on; pioneering work in prenatal risk assessment and neonatal screening; delivering next-generation instrumentation and diagnostic capabilities; and providing cord-blood stem-cell banking services.
Newborn Screening Around The World
Areas of Interest
When it comes to risk assessment and diagnosis of prenatal aneuploidy and pre-eclampsia, early detection is essential.
PerkinElmer is the global market leader in neonatal screening, currently serving customers in more than 100 countries.
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Innovation in Newborn Screening
Meet Anna Potier, scientist in our Waltham Diagnostics R&D group at PerkinElmer. Anna has used her knowledge of chemistry, mass spectrometry, multi-factor optimization and problem-solving to become an indispensable member of the Lysosomal Storage Disorder, or “LSD,” assay development team. She has been the lead author of several posters and a coauthor on two peer-reviewed publications, with more in the pipeline. In addition, she is the sole inventor on a patent application that is powerfully enabling of multiplex LSD enzyme activity assays.
Innovation in Pre-eclampsia Research - ASPRE Trial Results
Kypros Nicolaides, Professor of Fetal Medicine, King’s College, London has carried out extensive research in fetal diagnosis and therapy, leading to the publication of more than 1,200 peer-reviewed papers in scientific journals. He has provided training in Fetal Medicine to more than 500 doctors from 50 countries and has encouraged many more young doctors to undertake research in the field. In 1995, he founded the Fetal Medicine Foundation, which has donated more than £15 million to promote research and training in Fetal Medicine throughout the World.