Genotique is built on the belief that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to eating. Instead, your diet should evolve as you do – we are here to meet you wherever you are in your health journey. By carefully interpreting your genetic data adhering to strict scientific standards, we will work to design a bespoke nutrition and wellness strategy just for you. Our approach keeps sustainability in mind, and we combine the latest science with clinical expertise for support that is highly personalized to your unique needs. Welcome to Genotique.
Meet our Founder
Dr. Aylia Mohammadi, Founder and Scientific Director
BSc (Physics), MSc (Physics), PhD (Biological Physics), Postdoctoral fellowship (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)
Aylia is the Founder and Scientific Director of Genotique Nutrition Inc. She is a TEDx speaker (TEDxWinnipeg 2019), and enjoys the challenge of taking dense scientific concepts and providing clarity to non-scientists. She obtained her PhD in Biological Physics from the Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research in Toronto and subsequently completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute. Aylia has a life-long love of science and food. She has been an expert contributor to national media and has spoken at international conferences and workshops about her areas of scientific expertise, as well as supporting women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
Her graduate training was inherently multidisciplinary, integrating techniques in molecular biology, machine vision, neuroscience, and genetics. Her passion for everything food and science led her to delve into understanding the complex, multifactorial research in diet and human health in parallel to her doctoral studies. For her postdoctoral research, she examined underlying molecular mechanisms of inflammatory bowel disease, and had a deep personal interest in the role of diet in this process. Her evidence-based, integrative approach to personalized nutrition and health is the foundation for the Genotique process.