Items tagged with Diagnostics

HIV i-Base/TAG: 2015 Pipeline Report (post with simple image)

Latest annual review on HIV, HCV and TB drugs, diagnostics, vaccines, preventive technologies, research toward a cure, and immune-based and gene therapies in development.

World's most portable molecular diagnostics system unveiled at AACC (post with simple image)

GeneXpert Omni to further decentralize critical TB, virology and Ebola tests.

Tuberculosis in adults and children (post with simple image)

A monograph written for healthcare workers in any setting who are faced with the complex care for patients with tuberculosis.

Postdoctoral fellowship in tuberculosis diagnostic research (post with simple image)

Applications are invited from recent PhD or MD graduates for a one year, full-time fellowship, starting October 2015. Depending on funding availability, the fellowship may be extended by another year.

TB case detection in India: Urgent need to scale up Rapid TB Test Machines and cartridges (post with simple image)

Advocates call for the immediate scale up of rapid, cartridge-based nucleic acid amplification tests, such as GeneXpert MTB/RIF, to detect TB disease and rifampicin resistance.

UNITAID report reviews new TB diagnostics and calls for more innovation (post with simple image)

The updated edition of the UNITAID Tuberculosis Diagnostics Technology and Market Landscape report reviews current and potential technologies and critical market challenges to improved access to better TB diagnostics.

Brazil, China, India and South Africa offer big opportunities for TB diagnostics (post with simple image)

A new report from FIND, McGill International TB Centre, and UNITAID, entitled “TB Diagnostics Market in Select High-Burden Countries: Current Market and Future Opportunities for Novel Diagnostics”, notes that there is already a sizeable TB diagnostic market in these four countries.

Guide for providing technical support to TB laboratories in low- and middle-income countries (post with simple image)

The guide is intended to familiarize those who are providing technical assistance to TB laboratories in low- and middle-income countries with WHO recommendations and international best practices.

WHO policy guidance: The use of lateral flow urine lipoarabinomannan assay (LF-LAM) for the diagnosis and screening of active TB in people living with HIV (post with simple image)

The World Health Organization (WHO) has evaluated a new diagnostic test - Alere DetermineTM - a urine lateral flow lipoarabinomannan assay (LF-LAM,) to determine its suitability for use in the screening or diagnosis of tuberculosis disease.

GLI Core Group: Call for applications (post with simple image)

The Global Laboratory Inititiave (GLI) secretariat announces a "Call for applications" for new members of the GLI Core Group for the 2016-2017 term.

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