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A Targeted Approach

In order to develop a Point-of-Care tool, various technologies including molecular medicine, nanobiotechnology, microfluidics, material sciences and biochemistry come together.

  • Development – integrate proteomics and genomics technology into a functional single PoC device

  • Clinical validation –  comparing the results with that of the current state-of-the-art of each technology separately

  • Commercialisation –preparation for commercialisation of a Point-of-Care tool for bone disease

To realize this objective a balanced consortium of research partners and SME’s has been brought together, and a well-considered and logical work plan devised.

Our approach

Research

the proof of concept of different parts of the final device are already designed in the lab

Development

 integrate proteomics and genomics technology into a functional single PoC device

Analysis

comparing the results with that of the current state-of-the-art of each technology separately

Commercialisation

Preperation for commercialisation of the tool to identify individuals at high-risk of osteoporosis and osteoporotic fracture.

Trusted Partners

We all partnered together to get the best tools and talent to realize our objective and to create a independent point-of-care bone health assessment tool.

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We are a multi-disciplinary team committed to create a Point-Of-Care tool for bone disease, prevention, detection and treatment.

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Special thanks to

European Union - Horizon 2020

The PoCOsteo project is receiving funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement No 676325.

International Osteoporosis Foundation

The project is supported and advised by the IOF, the International Osteoporosis Foundation, which is the main global alliance of patient societies, research organizations, healthcare professionals and international companies working to promote bone, muscle and joint health.

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