LOCI DNA testing center was established according to the needs about DNA testing of society nowadays. The founder is the Associate Professors, PhD, experts in the field of genetics at the great research centers, University of Natural Sciences, Ho Chi Minh City University of Medicine…
Major Science Council is PhD, Dr. Pham Hung Van, lecturer in medicine – Ho Chi Minh City University of Medicine and Pharmacy.
- Chairman of Medical Molecular Biology at Vietnam.
- Chairman of the HCM Clinical Microbiology.
The center located on an area of 1200 m2 in Tan Hung Ward, District 7, HCMC. With a network of the most modern rooms and laboratory in the region, the center is place to visit, study models of professors, PhD and students from the University of Medicine and Biology in domestic as well as foreign.
LOCI – NAM KHOA Center converge all leading personnel in the field of genetics and have many years of experience in applied research domestic and foreign. Along with modern facilities according to international standards can be comparable to advanced and prestigious laboratories in the world.
LOCI – NAM KHOA DNA Testing Center also received scientific consultation very practically and positively by Prof. Dr. Simon M. Cutting Royal Holloway Biology School at University of London, Dr. Kenji Abe from Japan and very many other leading professors. Because of this consultation, the company has access to many modern and useful biological scientific achievements for the field of their activities.
ACHIVEMENT MARK AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT GOALS
During activity and development, LOCI – NAM KHOA DNA testing center has made special achievement:
Over 14 years in the field of DNA testing can confirm that LOCI – NAM KHOA is the first and largest center in our country. Many domestic and foreign delegations as well as scientist and medical facility come to visit, study and learning, especially the date 14/7/2011 Center honored Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan visited
Deputy Prime Minister signed souvenir
Deputy Prime Minister discussed the development of science