POCOSTEO: POC IN-OFFICE DEVICE FOR IDENTIFYING INDIVIDUALS AT HIGH RISK OF OSTEOPOROSIS & OSTEOPOROTIC FRACTURE Presentation given by Dr. MD Patricia Khashayar at the WCO-IOF-ESCEO 2018 Conference in Krakow, Poland, 19-22 april 2018.
2nd Workshop on PCB BioMEMS A presentation on ‘Cost-effective electrochemical sensors using adapted PCB technologies for the detection of biomarkers’ has been presented by Prof. Jan Vanfleteren (UGent-CMST) at the 2nd Workshop on PCB BioMEMS in Meriden, UK on 31.5.2017. Click here to read the [...]
IOF will support and advise on an exciting new project. A new European effort From October 4-6, Ghent University, Belgium hosted t a two-day kick-off meeting for the PoCOsteo project, a new European initiative to target early-stage osteoporosis detection. The project is supported by the [...]
PoCOsteo: a European effort targeting early-stage osteoporosis detection (09-10-2017) PoCOsteo: H2020 program targeting early-stage osteoporosis detection Last week, PoCosteo was launched, a project which will work towards the development, clinical validation and preparation for commercialization of a point-of-care tool for the prevention, detection and treatment [...]
Press release issued on October 2, 2017 PoCOsteo: a new European effort targeting early-stage osteoporosis detection Ghent University and its project partners today announced the launch of the PoCOsteo project. Together they will develop and validate a point-of-care in-office device for identifying individuals at high [...]