Imagine fighting against terrible diseases together

SocialGenomics is a smart social network with a matchmaker tool to help you find your cure faster! By connecting patients across the world who suffer from rare and undiagnosed diseases.

contact us: contact@socialgenomics.co

Where in the world is my cure?

Social Genomics empowers rare disease patients and their families to find their cure faster! Through offering rare disease patients, relatives, friends, medical specialists, academics, hospitals, life science researchers access to a highly secure and intelligent medical network.

A global solution, because maybe at the other side of the country, or the other side of the world, there will be people walking around with the same (ultra) rare disease.

Using smart technology we make your search journey easier and faster by connecting you to lifesaving information about your specific disease on a global scale.

Our Mission
To help you to find your cure faster!

We are developing a smart social network with a matchmaker tool to connect patients across the world who suffer from rare and undiagnosed diseases. A digital solution to transform the ME situation for patients (I am alone in the world) into WE (together stronger!) - to feel less alone and collaborate to accelerate research.

If you know someone fighting against a terrible disease, connect. Maybe you can help them: contact@socialgenomics.co






Founded with purpose
Listen to the founder story of Susanne Baars





Supported by global influencers, scientists and politicians

Former Prime Minister of the Netherlands

"Giving hope to people. Susanne Baars, a woman on a mission. Using her expertise and knowledge about genetics to contribute to a more sustainable and fair world with less disease suffering. I admire her drive, perseverance and courage."

Prof. Dr. J.P. Balkenende

Head of Erasmus Medical Center Dept
Clinical BioInformatics

"Social Genomics will bring Whole Genome Sequencing to the patient and its family by providing open access data for participants of its patinet empowered network."

Prof. Dr. Peter J. van der Spek