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Nicholas Ashton publishes interesting results regarding Alzheimer´s blood test

Nicholas Ashton, researcher at Wallenberg Centre for Molecular and Translational Medicine at University of Gothenburg and MedTech West, is first author of an article titled “Increased plasma neurofilament light chain concentration correlates with severity of post-mortem neurofibrillary tangle pathology and neurodegeneration“ published in Acta Neuropathologica Communications. The published results show for the first time that axonal…
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MedTech West call for innovative biomedical engineering solutions

Funding available for research projects related to MedTech West and other VGR research collaboration centres and arenas The Steering Committee of MedTech West has made the decision to offer financial support to research projects related to MedTech West in collaboration with other research centres and arenas in Västra Götaland Region. The objective is to stimulate…
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Justin Schneiderman i intervju i Almedalen 2018 om hybridutbildningar

Justin Schneiderman, docent och forskare på MedTech West, Göteborgs Universitet och Chalmers, intervjuades i en film som visades under ett seminarium som ägde rum i Almedalen. Seminariet som anordnades av Sahlgrenska Akademin, Sahlgrenska Universitetssjukhuset och Chalmers hade titeln “Hälften läkare, hälften civilingenjör- är hybridutbildningar svaret på nya krav inom sjukvården?”. Precis som titeln antyder handlade…
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Microwave system can aid early point-of-care diagnosis by showing localization and size of intracranial haemorrhage after stroke or trauma

https://youtu.be/jpbE6R5e2OI -We believe that such information about localization and approximate size of bleedings, provided by the microwave device in a point-of-care situation, is an important development, says Mikael Elam. It can facilitate the clinical acceptance of a microwave-based diagnosis, by enabling a direct comparison to the clinical symptoms of the patient.    Principles for microwave…
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