Horizon 2020 : Point-of-Care in-office Tool zur Osteoporose - Früherfassung Paper on ‘Horizon 2020 : Point-of-Care in-office Tool zur Osteoporose - Früherfassung’, presented by Prof MD Hans Peter Dimai from the Medizinische Universität Graz (MUG) during the 26th Osteoporose Forum in Sankt Wolfgang im Salzkammergut, Austria on 3-5.5.2018. Link to presentation [...]
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.
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 [...]
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 risk of osteoporosis [...]
Low cost platform for detection of cardiomyopathy causing mutations using EPEX reaction Poster on ‘Low cost platform for detection of cardiomyopathy causing mutations using EPEX reaction’, presented by Nassif Chahin from the Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV) during the XXII Transfrontier Meeting of Sensors and Biosensors (TSMB 2017) in Montpellier, France [...]
Multiplexed detection of single nucleotide polymorphisms using electrochemical melting curve analysis
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 [...]