Development of novel diagnostics and diagnostics to detect antibiotic resistance
Developing novel diagnostics for bacterial detection and AMR diagnostics to assist with more effective antibiotic prescribing.
Rapid AMR detector to inform antibiotic prescribing
Being able to detect bacterial infection and determine antimicrobial susceptibility quickly would help to inform GPs and hospital clinicians which effective antibiotic to prescribe to treat infections and also help antibiotic stewardship.
Nanoparticle based diagnostics for TB disease
Towards creating a rapid diagnostic method capable of identifying TB disease for use in resource-poor settings
Proteomics-based antimicrobial susceptibility testing
Using proteomics to predict antibiotic resistance directly from sepsis patients' blood to help clinicians prescribe the correct antibiotic promptly.
Fluorescent Carbon Dots for the detection of bacteria
Using bio-inspired Fluorescent Carbon Dots as probes for the rapid detection of bacteria in physiological samples