sinsoma is a spinoff of the University of Innsbruck, committed to high quality DNA diagnostics of environmental samples stemming from terrestrial habitats and freshwater systems. Our team has over 20 years of experience in the development and optimization of molecular diagnostic assays to detect minute amounts of DNA and the processing of samples in high-throughput and at top quality standards. Our assays fulfill highest standards regarding specificity and sensitivity at a short time in a high-throughput laboratory.
We work in close cooperation with our customers to deliver tailored solutions for meeting your specific questions and requirements. Our customized assays allow for detection and identification of single individuals, almost independently from their frequency of occurrence as well as the parallel identification of multiple species in a single analysis at high sensitivity and precision.
Why asking others, when you can cooperate with us? You too can benefit from our longstanding experience which we would love to share with you!
Dr. Michael Traugott (CEO)
is the Chief Executive Director of Sinsoma. Michael is associate Professor at the University of Innsbruck and an internationally recognized expert in environmental diagnostics, based on over 20 years of research in this field.
Dr. Daniela Sint
is the head of Research & Development and the specialist for the development of our molecular detection systems and assays. Daniela has over 10 years of research experience in molecular ecology.
Dr. Corinna Wallinger
has been focusing on the detection and identification of plant DNA during the last 15 years. Corinna is also responsible for the public relations of Sinsoma.
Christiane Zeisler, MSc
is our specialist for molecular high-throughput analysis in a broad scope of applications. Christiane has already worked on the analysis of environmental DNA during her Master Thesis since 2012.
Dr. Karin Wastian
has over 10 years research experience in the development and application of high-sensitive molecular detection systems for DNA-traces in diverse sample types.
Do you want to know more about our team? https://www.uibk.ac.at/ecology/forschung/biodiversitaet.html.en