Updated May 31, 2019

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A disposible SIM card biosensor for rapid malaria detection

http://ho.seas.ucla.edu/group-members/postdoctoral-researchers/peter-lillehoj
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Amon Bahati

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Stage 2: Research & Development

Peter Lillehoj and Chih-Ming Ho of the University of California, Los Angeles in the US. will develop a disposable malaria biosensor based on a SIM card platform. This SIM card-biosensor will allow malaria detection to be performed using a cell phone, making diagnostic testing more widely available in rural and decentralized settings.

Registered in United States.

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Technology, Social and Behavior Change and Monitoring & Evaluation

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United States

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Innovation Description

The University of California, Los Angeles will develop a disposable malaria biosensor based on a SIM card platform.

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