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An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

What do I do?

I am developing wearable biosensors that enable the vaginal microbiome to be readily tested in at-home or point-of-care settings. The sensing technology is housed in a discreet wearable pad that non-invasively collects and screens discharged vaginal fluid for bacterial infections. Data from the sensor will be wirelessly transmitted to a smartphone and displayed to the user via an app. This tool could be used for preventing infections and improving treatment efficacy, particularly by patients suffering from recurrent infections.

Postdoctoral Scientist, NanoDTC Translational Prize Fellow
Department of Engineering
Technology for Infectious Diseases
Not available for consultancy


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