AJC aims at:

  • providing a broad range of evidence based, integrated, clinical, and diagnostics services in molecular medicine, that meet the needs of the GCC population on a not-for-profit basis;
  • raising awareness of genetic diseases and their impact on the health of the individual and of the society, as well as the knowledge of their causes, and methods of diagnosis and treatment;
  • providing combined Assisted Reproduction Technologies (ART) and Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) services to international standards, as well as being a referral Centre of choice from across the region;
  • providing access to high quality screening programmes required by the Kingdom of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health, and supporting other public health screening programmes in the GCC;
  • providing genetic clinics and genetic counselling services that complement AJC’s clinical and diagnostic services;
  • establishing partnerships, affiliations, and collaborations to develop and enhance the Centre’s research capability both regionally and internationally;
  • supporting Ph.D. and other graduate programmes in molecular medicine through access to a dynamic research environment and renowned expertise;
  • and positioning AJC as a knowledge hub for research and findings in the areas of molecular medicine and related fields, as well as hosting conferences and providing CME opportunities for healthcare professionals.