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Our goal is to develop technologies with clinical applications using a network model that enhances complementary strengths and builds multidisciplinary partnerships. 

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Atlanta Center for Microsystems Engineered Point-of-Care Technologies

Focus: To develop and translate microsystems-engineered technologies including microchip-enabled devices that include microelectromechanical systems (MEMs)-based sensors, microfluidics, and smartphone-based systems. Read MoreAboutAtlanta Center for Microsystems Engineered Point-of-Care Technologies »

Center for Point-of-Care Technologies Research for Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Focus: To develop and test the accuracy, acceptability, and optimal implementation of point-of-care tests for sexually transmitted diseases in diverse care delivery contexts both in the United States and in resource-limited settings. Read MoreAboutCenter for Point-of-Care Technologies Research for Sexually Transmitted Diseases »

Center for Innovation in Point of Care Technologies for HIV/AIDS at Northwestern

Focus: To support the development of a pipeline of Point-of-Care Technologies designed to meet the clinical needs of people who live with HIV/AIDS in low- and middle-income countries. Read MoreAboutCenter for Innovation in Point of Care Technologies for HIV/AIDS at Northwestern »

Center for Advancing Point of Care in Heart, Lung, Blood, and Sleep Diseases

Focus: To support development, deployment, and testing of promising “late-stage” point of care technologies that can be rapidly deployed to enhance the diagnosis, monitoring, management, and/or treatment of heart, lung, blood or sleep disorders. Read MoreAboutCenter for Advancing Point of Care in Heart, Lung, Blood, and Sleep Diseases »

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Take Our POCT Survey


We want your expert opinion about what qualities of point of care technologies (POCTs) are most important to clinicians. Moreover, we would like to better understand the decision-making process of implementing these newer technologies into everyday practice. Our hope is that the results of this survey will identify areas of need and encourage new research and development. Your input will have a direct impact on the technology and use cases we focus on and fund. In this study we are interested in point of care technologies for heart, lung, blood, and sleep diseases.

This survey should take about 10 minutes. Participation is voluntary and you can stop at any time. Your responses are anonymous. Thank you in advance for providing this important feedback.

To participate click here.

If you have any questions please email Nathaniel Hafer, PhD.

Our Partners

 
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering
 
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
 
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
 
National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health 
 
Fogarty International Center
 
Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research
 
Office of AIDS Research and Office of Disease Prevention