Addressing healthcare disparities in remote and low resource settings
Grants and Awards | May 22, 2020

CI Professor Benjamin Thierry aims to transform the way we diagnose and monitor medical conditions affecting millions of people, namely preeclampsia, epilepsy, fetal arrhythmias and heart attacks. To this end, cutting-edge solid-state technologies will be integrated within point-of-care and wearable biodiagnostic technologies.

The team at UniSA have just been announced recipients of a 2020 NHMRC Investigator Grant, for $2,194,658, addressing healthcare disparities in remote and low resource settings with solid-state biodiagnostic devices.