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Rapidly testing and tracking infectious diseases

handheld microelectronic device designed by Professor Demosthenous

Congratulations to Professor Andreas Demosthenous for his recent grant success as Co-I on the recently awarded £11.1M EPSRC Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration (IRC) in "Early-Warning Sensing Systems for Infectious Diseases" joint between UCL, Newcastle, Surrey, Imperial and LSHTM.

Professor Demosthenous' role on the grant will be to lead the research into the development of the application specific integrated circuits to interface with the novel biosensors.

Dr Rachel McKendry from the London Centre for Nanotechnology (LCN) is the PI. Other UCL CoIs are R Weiss (Immunology), Anne Johnson and D Pillay (Infection & Population Health), Quentin Pankhurst (IBME) and Ingemar Cox (Computer Science).

handheld microelectronic device designed by Professor Demosthenous

For further information please see the press release.

a summary of the IRC project