For developing the targeted microbiological diagnostic platform, Diagoras project is aimed at going beyond the state-of-art in specific areas of medicine, engineering, physics, biochemistry, and microbiology. You will find here the inputs brought by the researchers in these disciplines.
Developmental roadmap for antimicrobial susceptibility testing systems
van Belkum, A; Bachmann, TT; Lüdke, G; Lisby, JG; Kahlmeter, G; Mohess, A; Becker, K; Hays, JP; Woodford, N; Mitsakakis, K; Moran- Gilad, J; Vila, J; Peter, H; Rex, JH; Dunne Jr, Wm M; and the JPIAMR AMR- RDT Working Group, Nature Reviews Microbiology, 17; 51–62, 2019. doi: 10.1038/s41579-018-0098-9
Challenges in identifying antibiotic resistance targets for point-of-care diagnostics in general practice
Meeting report: The 12th European oral microbiology workshop (EOMW) in Stockholm, Sweden
Why is scientific research on ‘data-poor’ microorganisms being ignored?
Pre-implementation guidelines for infectious disease point-of-care testing in medical institutions
Current problems associated with the microbiological point-of-care testing of respiratory tract infections in primary care
Chairside/bedside diagnosis of oral and respiratory tract infections and identification of antibiotic resistances for personalised monitoring and treatment
As part of the research activity, Diagoras collaborators take part in conferences, seminars, and specific meetings. Here are the events our teams attended.