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i-sense researchers seek to understand how our work developing a rapid test for HIV viral load could be used by individuals in the home and link them to digital healthcare systems. Read more >
New research from i-sense reports on a pilot clinical study using a SH-SAW biosensors based on low-cost components found in smartphones to diagnose HIV in 133 patients. Read more >
New research suggests monitoring online search terms related to the health impact of heatwaves could help contribute to public health surveillance systems in the UK. Read more >
An independent review – the Topol Technology Review – has been commissioned to assess the impact of new technologies on the training of staff in the NHS. Read more >
Prof Molly Stevens celebrates 10 years as a Full Professor at Imperial College. Read more >


Track, test, treat

i-sense aims to identify outbreaks of infectious disease much earlier than ever before, helping patients gain faster access to care and protecting populations.

We’re not your ordinary research team…

Funded by the EPSRC, i-sense is an Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration (IRC) dedicated to supporting a strong team of professionals with different expertise and experience.

Our team brings together experts from different disciplines, universities, and countries to conduct high quality research. Read more >

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