Leading the next wave in assay development

Future Diagnostics

Since 1997, Future Diagnostics has been a leading provider of assay development services to the medical diagnostics and device industries. With expertise encompassing a wide array of disease areas and detection technologies. We develop high quality in vitro (IVD) products for our multi-national customers. As a natural extension of our development services, Future Diagnostics provides small-scale pilot and commercial production capabilities that fulfill the requirement of new IVD products.

Future Diagnostics has developed its well-established reputation as an independent partner among the most respected names in the IVD industry. We work with in vitro diagnostic companies worldwide as an extension of internal R&D, and with innovative companies that require assay development support to bring novel IVD products to market. Our research and development team is experienced in all phases of assay development, and we will make sure that every new product meets the highest performance standards. 

Future Diagnostics integrates its Quality Management System within every assay development project. Based on the ISO-9001/ISO-13485 standards, all of our development and manufacturing work is performed according to written Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's). Routine audits by Lloyd's give our customers the assurance that we maintain their high quality standards.

Official opening new building



Thanks to our customers,  Future Diagnostics has experienced significant growth and has now moved into a new, modern facility that brings all aspects of our assay development services, manufacturing, and administration under one roof. This allows Future Diagnostics to strengthen our customer focus and positions the company for continued growth in the years to come.

 The official opening of our new premises has taken place on Friday, June 24, 2011. The mayor of Wijchen, Mr. Noordewier, has officially opened our facility.  
To commemorate this event, Future Diagnostics has made a donation to “KiKa (children with cancer)”.