Genomics Education

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Our Standards for Course Design and Development

PHIX Academy is an extension of PHIX Genomics, a start-up company committed to bringing genomic technologies to the Philippines. One of these ways is to present an educational platform that discusses advancements in the medical field, specifically the integration of genomics in handling diseases.


The platform adheres to Reporting Item Standards for Education and its Evaluation in Genomics (RISE2 Genomics), a set of standards for the design, delivery, and development of genomics education.

The courses offered in the program are mainly for medical and healthcare professionals who want to obtain more knowledge about genomics and its application in clinical practice. There are two levels to the courses: beginner and advanced, and additional certification programs- and each step is a pre-requisite to the higher category.


Courses are developed, based on, and aligned with the competencies established by the Inter-Society Coordinating Committee for Physician Education in Genomics (ISCC) and in a study published under BMC Medical Education.


Our Courses and Programs

Our Essentials


101: Genomics in Modern-Day Healthcare

Revisit fundamental concepts about genes, while learning recent innovations in the field. Finishing this course is essential before moving on to the next ones.

102 Oncology Genomics

102: Basics of Genomics and Oncology

Is cancer a genetic disease? What is ‘Precision Oncology’? Learn more about the basics of genomics relating to oncology. Necessary for 202 Precision Oncology.


103: Genes, Inherited Diseases, and Pregnancy

Are you familiar with inherited diseases? The course covers such and much more, including data for the Philippine context. A pre-requisite for “203: Inherited Disease In Detail.”

104 Infectious Diseases

104: Infectious Diseases Fundamentals

Essentials about infectious diseases. The advantages of genomics responding to infectious diseases.


105: Introduction to Molecular Biology

Get the latest insights of the molecular basis in and between cells, including molecular synthesis, modification and interactions.

Our Advanced Courses

202 Newest Precision Oncology

202: The Potential of Precision Oncology

Realize the potential of precision medicine with comprehensive genomic profiling. Identify targeted therapies for your patient.


203: Inherited Diseases in Detail


204: Application of Genomics to Infectious Diseases

Learn how to apply various genomic technologies in infectious diseases for an effective treatment plan, and the surrounding ideas from the public, government, and the health sector behind novel high-tech methods.


205: Scientific Advancements in Diagnostics

Learn about technological advancements in PCR, sequencing, and bioinformatics. In addition to these, learn how workflow automation and efficient laboratory designs keep on transforming genomics research.

Our Practioner Programs

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PHIX GENOMICS Certified Technology Practitioner


What Our Students* Have to Say

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The use of genomics in caring for patients is increasing in routine diagnosis and treatment. Using Phix Genomics has been very advantegeous for me to introduce genomics in my practice.
Glenn Enriquez
I want to know everything I can about the use of DNA information, to better help patients and their families. My competencies have increased hugely because of Phix Genomics.​
Raquel Dela Rosa
To be able to take courses at my own pace and rhythm has been an amazing experience. I can learn whenever it fits my schedule and mood.
Frank Jones
It's important for me to be able to keep learning, to translate new information into practice to make a difference for patients, their families and communities.
Domingo Aujero
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