Holomic Director of R&D, Dr. Onur Mudanyali will give a talk on Holomic’s “Imaging-based rapid test and assay reader with trans-visual sensitivity” (Paper #: 9490-8) at SPIE DSS 2015, April 21-23 in Baltimore, MD. The talk will be a part of the Session on Advances in Global Health chaired by Jonathan D. Stallings, U.S. Army Ctr. for Environmental Health Research and Utkan Demirci, Stanford University School of Medicine. Click Here for more details.
SPIE DSS 2015 is among the industry’s most important scientific conferences and exhibition on optics, IR imaging, lasers, and sensing for defense, security, industry, healthcare, and the environment. Dr. Mudanyali, a past presenter at SPIE, worked closely with Dr. Aydogan Ozcan at his research lab at UCLA in the development of the reader technology, which is now commercialized and sold by Holomic. The reader was earlier nominated for the 2014 Prism Awards (collaboration between SPIE and Photonics Media) for Photonics Innovation, a leading international competition that honors the best new photonic products on the market.
The Holomic Rapid Diagnostic Reader or HRDR-200 is a high performance, economical, handheld, quantitative reader providing exceptional sensitivity and accuracy for your lateral flow immunoassay tests. Available in both chromatographic and fluorescent versions, the reader’s built in smartphone enables real-time, wide area diagnostic data collection via a secure CLOUD service and integration with electronic health records. The reader is ideal for point-of-care, telemedicine, global health monitoring, as well as lab and manufacturing settings.
The HRDR-200 is available for sale globally. In the US, the HRDR-200 is available for Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures. Contact Ketaki Sood, Director of Product Marketing, firstname.lastname@example.org, 310.443.2070.