A former University of Warwick student has launched a ground-breaking DNA test for heart conditions that will help to save lives

“My colleague’s mother had five strokes, I wanted to research whether there was anything in her DNA that would tell us which medicine would work better for her.”​

Coventry-based entrepreneur Abdullah Sabyah, who runs start-up company Rightangled, supported by the Universities’ Business Ready scheme, has been backed financially by NHS England through the West Midlands Academic Health Science Network, to help bring the Heart DNA Test to market. The ground-breaking test for heart conditions is now being used by practitioners to help diagnose patients, and, to help decide which preventative medication would suit them best.