Collaborations

About 3 results

A research team from Caltech designed a low-cost microfluidic qPCR instrument and solicited expert input on tailoring the platform for field diagnosis of tuberculosis. BVGH connected the Caltech investigators with a diagnostics expert at PATH to provide advice regarding multiple aspects of technology development.

A Stanford University researcher provided a Caltech researcher with DNA and primers to test in a microfluidics instrument.

An Emory University researcher provided a Caltech researcher with advice regarding the development of a polio diagnostic. A CDC researcher provided information about primers to use for this diagnostic.