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Prof Molly Stevens speak about i-sense at the World Economic Forum. Read more >
Working with communities in rural South Africa to understand how mobile health interventions can help address barriers to HIV testing and linkage to care. Read more >
New research from i-sense members at UCL seeks to understand whether currently available digital health technologies and online information related to HIV offers adequate emotional support. Read more >
A simple and sensitive test developed by i-sense engineers at Imperial College London, in collaboration with MIT, has produced a colour change in urine to signal growing tumours in mice. Read more >
It has been more than a decade since Prof Rosanna Peeling (LSHTM) coined the acronym ‘ASSURED’ to guide the development of diagnostic tests to meet user needs. Here she talks about why the acronym has now been updated to 'REASSURED'. Read more >
Following two-years of MRC funding, hear how the m-Africa project has worked to develop mobile phone-connected tools for HIV diagnosis, treatment, & care. Read more >
New research from i-sense members at UCL looks at ways data visualisation can help population health surveillance sites better utilise large data sets. 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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