The History of Coronaviruses and Humanity

What we don't know about COVID-19 still outweighs what we do know, however, COVID-19 isn't the first coronavirus to infect humans. Learn more about coronaviruses.

Epidemiology: Tracking and Mitigating Disease

Epidemiologists have found themselves in the spotlight of the global COVID-19 pandemic as they race to trace and understand the novel virus.

Sepsis Awareness Month 2020

Over 1.7 million people are diagnosed with sepsis in the US each year, yet more than 34% of Americans have never heard of sepsis. Learn the facts.

Bloodstream infections: The impact of syndromic testing on patient care and antimicrobial stewardship

Systematic review and meta-analysis on the impact of molecular rapid diagnostic tests and the role syndromic panels can play in antimicrobial stewardship.

PCR: The Foundation of Syndromic Testing

Polymerase chain reaction technology is at the heart of our mission here at BioFire: to provide syndromic infectious disease diagnostic solutions that help make the world a healthier place.
Gastrointestinal

Get a Grip on What’s Making Patients Sick

Learn how the BioFire GI Panel provides fast, comprehensive results in about an hour, while helping maximize the stool bench and improve patient care.

Summer Bummer: Cyclospora cayetanensis

Foodborne illness outbreaks, from E. coli, Listeria, & Salmonella tend to hog the spotlight. But Cyclospora, also wreaks havoc in the summer. Learn more!

Which GI Bug Wants to be Your Friend?

You may not want to become friends with a gastrointestinal bug—but there’s no holding in their affection for you! Thankfully, we can help you detect which GI bug is busy making a friendship bracelet especially for you.

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.