Medical devices development
- Novel rapid genotyping techniques (sample to answer within minutes)
- Point-of-care molecular diagnostic devices for application in neurological disorders (e.g. epilepsy) and other medical disciplines, including gastroenterology (e.g. coeliac disease, colorectal cancer screening) and infectious diseases (e.g. malaria, HIV)
- Wearable devices for non-invasive, ambulatory seizure monitoring and prediction
- Dr Marian Todaro, Post-doc (molecular biology)
- Dr Jianxiong Chan, Post-doc (molecular biology)
- Dr Gita Vita Soraya, PhD candidate
- Mr Michael Erlichster, PhD candidate
- Prof Stan Skafidas, Centre for Neural Engineering, The University of Melbourne
- Prof Terence O'Brien, Department of Medicine (RMH/WH), The University of Melbourne
- Prof Stephen Rogerson, Doherty Institute and Department of Medicine (RMH/WH), The University of Melbourne
- Rapid point-of-care detection of genomic variations for personalised medicine (Discovery Projects) awarded by AUST RESEARCH COUNCIL 2014 - 2017
- DEVELOPING A RAPID SYSTEM TO DETECT GENOMIC VARIATIONS AND ADAPTING INTO A POINT-OF-CARE DEVICE FOR PERSONALIED MEDICINE (Melbourne Research Grants Support Scheme) awarded by UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE 2013
- Development of an Ultra-Sensitive Non-Invasive Point-of-Care Immunosensor for Malaria Elimination in the Asia Pacific Region (Grand Challenges Explorations) awarded by GATES FOUNDATION 2016 - 2017
This research project is available to PhD students to join as part of their thesis.
Please contact the Research Group Leader to discuss your options.
- Vu CLN, Chan J, Todaro M, Skafidas S, Kwan Vu CLN, Chan J, Todaro M, Skafidas S, Kwan P. Point-of-care molecular diagnostic devices: an overview Pharmacogenomics 2015 16 (12), 1399-1409P. Point-of-care molecular diagnostic devices: an overview Pharmacogenomics 2015 16 (12), 1399-1409.
- Vu CLN, Chan J, Todaro M, Skafidas S, Kwan P. Point-of-care molecular diagnostic devices: an overview Pharmacogenomics 2015 16 (12), 1399-1409.
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