In our vision, the future of healthcare is not in hospitals but in the comfort of your home. Tomorrow's medicines won't be found on pharmacy shelves but on a farm.
We believe that by delving deeper into human biology and embracing every individual's unique biochemistry, we can equip you with the knowledge and tools to live longer and thrive.
Scientific & Business Advisory Board
"As we uncover the microbiome's significant role in chronic diseases and aging, Viome's methodology stands out. By analyzing gene expression of both the human and microbial genome, Viome not only discerns the root causes of various diseases but also pioneers a personalized nutrition strategy based on these insights. Their approach promises a future where we can both prevent and reverse chronic ailments."
Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School & Professor of Health Sciences and Technology at Harvard and MIT
“The future of healthcare is individual and personalized, and few companies have been driving innovation in this space as rapidly as Viome. Through the company’s continued research, development, and advancements, Viome is bringing us one step closer to a healthier world.”
Founder & CEO of Khosla Ventures
"The world of microbiome studies is at a crossroad, trying to capitalize on years of science to move from descriptive studies to more causative evidence in order to implement personalized interventions or preventive measures, manipulating the microbiome to our advantage. Viome is among the companies leading this effort using cutting age tools for microbiome analysis and interpretation to tailor nutrition recommendations."
Professor and Director of the Mucosal Immunology and Biology Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital
"Viome is breaking new ground in developing precision recommendations of foods and supplements, and studying how these interventions can improve a range of biological processes, especially related to digestion and mood. They are not only discovering the mechanisms underlying human health, but also developing new methods for improving health through the use of precision supplements."
Physician-scientist, UCLA Professor of Medicine, Physiology and Psychiatry