Professor Balachandran will be presenting the work on paper microfluidics at Lab on a Chip Asia.
We will be showcasing our latest prototype at Innovate UK 2015. Find us at Plinth18.
We will be attending The International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research Conference (ISSTDR) in Brisbane in September 2015.
The group is organising a 2nd Diagnostics in the Developing World Symposium as part of our collaboration with MUST, please visit the symposium page for more information.
We will be presenting at Lab on a Chip Asia in November.
The latest DocLab newsletter can be downloaded here
We presented our work at Sensors in Medicine and MicroTech 2014
We will be presenting our work at Biosensors 2014, Melbourne, Australia in May.
Our Ugandan visitors, Deus and Joel have arrived in the UK! We are holding a symposium at Brunel University on Monday 13th September, from 10-4.30pm. We have a number of academics speaking from MUST, esti2, Public Health England, London School of Tropical Hygiene and Medicine, Bangor University and Loughborough University. For more information and to request a place please download the flyer.
Prof. Bala will be presenting ‘Sample Preparation for Molecular Diagnostics of Sexually Transmitted Infections’ at Sample Prep East, Boston, US. 9-10 Dec 2013
The biannual DocLab newsletter can be downloaded here.
We will be attending MicroTAS 2013.
Tulasidas Sivanesan has published his first journal paper on the design of robust, dependable, safe and secure software for medical devices, more information can be found on our publications.
Pascal Craw won the extended abstract prize at Rescon 2013.
New Member: Neha Garg, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, has joined the team as a summer intern.
The esti2 project was discussed in a TEDxMaastricht by Daniel Kraft – “What’s next in healthcare”
New Members: We have three new Biomedical Engineering MSc students working with us over the summer Jessica Kremer, Angel Naveenathayalan and Cesar Salas.
Ugandan Trip: Pascal Craw and Ruth Mackay visited Mbarara University of Science and Technology to form a collaboration with a group led by Deusdedit Tusubira, Joel Bazira and Johnes Obungoloch. This was funded by the Biochemical Society. You can download a newsletter outlining the trip and future plans for the collaboration here.
07/03/2013: Pascal Craw presented the latest work from the group at the Joint UKCRC Symposium. The presentation can be downloaded here.
The group has formed a collaboration with Axxin.
Congratulations to Pascal Craw who has won a travel grant from the Biochemical Society to visit a research group at Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Uganda.
15/01/2013: Members of DocLab attended the DIIA consortium building TSB event in London.
04/12/2012: Members of DocLab attended the Point of Care Diagnostics event organised by the Biochemical Society and RSC.
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