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About Senegenix

The story

SenegenixTM was founded in 2014 by its medical director Gabriel Preutu, to research and pursue a healthcare model based on Personalised and Preventive Medicine. The model of the so called P4 Medicine fit the bill: Personalised, Predictive, Preventive and Participatory. We incorporated into this model the massive expansion of digital technologies, in order to monitor health at home, a concept known as Connected Health. The current format of our model of healthcare, is routed in latest science and based on novel medical practice. It uses the extrodinary advances in Genomic Medicine, to predict future health, and employs interventions based in Preventive Medicine to mitigate risks.
Our model is centred on the individual and requires active participation from the individual. It empowers people with control over their own health, it increases resilience to age-related wear & tear and disease, it promotes longevity and quality of life, it avoids the massive cost of treating disease once established. We strongly believes this is the way of the future in medicine and healthcare.

Dr Gabriel Preutu, MD, MSc, MRCGP

Medical Director

Gabriel is registred General Practitioner in the UK, practicing both in the National Health Service and in the private sector. He is a GP principal in a large NHS GP group practice, and also leads Senegenix. Gabriel completed his basic medical training at the School of Medicine, University of Medicine & Pharmacy 'Gr T Popa', of Iasi, Romania, and his GP specialist training at University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust, in the UK. He also completed a BSc/MSc program of Chiropractic at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, in the UK. He is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners, and registred with the General Medical Council. His special interests are in Genomics, Biogerontology and Human Performance.