NEWS & EVENTS
Point-of-care tests for chlamydia as developed by NIBIB-funded researcher Charlotte Gaydos are more cost-effective than traditional nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) in a clinic when specified characteristics (sensitivity, specificity, cost, and willingness to wait in a clinic for POC test results) are met. Read the full article from Johns Hopkins.
NIBIB Training Program grantee Qing Nie discusses the challenges of the development and maintenance of training programs at the interface between biology and existing traditional disciplines. Read the full article.