Newcastle University host i-sense workshop to discuss the clinical needs for early-warning systems for bacterial infections.
Professor Anil Wipat will present the i-sense project as invited Keynote speaker at ICIREMPS 2015, an interdisciplinary conference in India.
i-sense postdoc Keith Flanagan will present the Entaglement system and its application within i-sense at the 'Developing data-driven biology within Morocco' workshop
Flagship 3 aims to develop sensor systems to detect and identify bacterial pathogens, including Clostridium difficile, MRSA and VRE (Vancomycin Resistant Enterococci).
Mobile diagnostics will be developed for use in GP surgeries and care homes, taking advantage of new biomarker discovery tools to guide the development of a variety of capture molecules.