Collaborators Needed: Point-of-care Microsystems-based Diagnostics for Cardiac, Pulmonary, Hematologic, &/or Sleep Disorders-Due Tuesday

Members of the Georgia CTSA are jointly applying for an NIH center grant that will fund investigators to conduct clinical needs assessments for, technologically refine, and clinically validate novel point-of-care (POC) microsystems-based diagnostics specifically for cardiac, pulmonary, hematologic and/or sleep disorders.

Accordingly, if you are developing a POC microsystems technology designed to detect, prevent, or treat heart, lung, blood and/or sleep disorders and it has surpassed the proof-of-concept stages (i.e. ready for clinical validation and/or human testing) and are interested in applying for funding within our center (up to $100K for 1 year) please complete this short online survey by Tuesday, October 3, 2017.

As a national resource, investigators from anywhere in the nation are eligible. If you have any questions, please email one of the center PI’s listed below.

Wilbur A. Lam, MD, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Pediatrics
Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering
Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology
wilbur.lam@emory.edu  or wilbur.lam@bme.gatech.edu

Oliver Brand, PhD
Professor
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Executive Director, Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology
Georgia Institute of Technology
oliver.brand@ien.gatech.edu

Greg S. Martin, MD, MSc
Professor and Associate Division Director for Critical Care
Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care
Emory University School of Medicine
Director, Participant & Clinical Interactions
Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance
Director, Emory/Georgia Tech Predictive Health Institute
Director, Center for Health Discovery and Well Being
Director of Research, Emory Critical Care Center
Section Chief, Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care
Grady Memorial Hospital
greg.martin@emory.edu

Upcoming Events

View All Events

Latest News

Training

ACTSI-supported OculoStaple Wins Again

Atlanta Clinical & Translational Science Institute (ACTSI)-supported team, OculoStaple wins second place in the 2015 InVenture Prize at Georgia Tech. Team members Jackie Borinski, Mohamad Ali Najia, and Drew Padilla, all biomedical...

Discovery

Infographic: What are the Phases of Clinical Trials?