Meet Some of the Inspiring Women Leaders of BioFire

We’re proud of a culture that supports & grows women in leadership. Meet some of the amazing women that help grow & develop every area of BioFire.

Syndromic Infectious Disease Testing: The New Paradigm

The BioFire® FilmArray® System tests for multiple pathogens with just one syndromic test. It empowers clinical and laboratory staff to get the answers they need in a clinically actionable time frame—typically in about an hour.

Lab Professionals: Healthcare’s Hidden Heroes

Lab Week 2020 could not have come at a more appropriate time—right in the midst of a global pandemic that has shined a spotlight on the vital work performed in labs across the world.

Antibiotic Resistant Superbugs

Antibiotic resistance poses a significant threat to global public health. Learn how syndromic testing promotes antimicrobial stewardship.
Blood Culture ID

The Evolution of Bloodstream Pathogen Testing

With enhanced coverage and optimized assays, the BioFire BCID2 Panel is the evolution of syndromic testing for bloodstream pathogens.

Detect and Serve: How Respiratory Syndromic Testing Impacted an ID Physician

Infectious disease specialist Dr. Javeed Siddiqui, explains the difference the BioFire RP2 Panel has made to his practice.

Pneumonia Meets its Match with Molecular Testing from BioFire

Traditional testing methods often fail to determine the cause of pneumonia. The BioFire® FilmArray® Pneumonia (PN) Panel was made to meet this diagnostic challenge.

The Threat of Antibiotic Resistance—and How Syndromic Testing Can Help

Antibiotic resistance poses a significant threat to global public health. Learn how syndromic testing promotes antimicrobial stewardship.

Remembering Kary Mullis, Pioneer of PCR

Kary Mullis, the inventor of polymerase chain reaction, died in August 2019. Syndromic testing from BioFire is made possible by his groundbreaking work.

Fighting Infectious Disease with Syndromic Testing

BioFire is fighting back against the threat of infectious disease. Our syndromic approach to diagnostic testing turns questions into answers—so more doctors and patients can turn battles into victories.