Technology Foundry

Using a well-resourced and experienced diagnostic tech incubator to accelerate diagnostic development through the following resources:

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"Emory Laboratory of Innovative Assay Development" (ELIAD) and Children’s ADJUST Clinical Laboratory

These clinical laboratories are poised to assess and implement new diagnostic point-of-care assays for our patients. They focus on vetting, validating, and implementing “Home Grown” technologies developed, as well as those by external partners.

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Virtual “Diagnostic and Disease Discovery” clinics

Comprising of multidisciplinary, adult and pediatric sub-specialty physicians--as well as scientists with diagnostic expertise, we will offer a specialty referral virtual clinic dedicated to evaluating patients with longstanding, undiagnosed symptoms who might benefit from new diagnostic or biomarker technologies.

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Technology Clinics assessing, validating, implementing new diagnostics

Providing clinical locations to conduct diagnostic technology research that will also serve as test beds for our investigators to generate new diagnostic-related hypotheses and preliminary data for grant applications.

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Diagnostic Contract Research Organization (CRO) activities

By leveraging the skills, resources, and know-how we developed from RADx Tech, we will also offer our services to outside diagnostic technology developers in a cost-effective, efficient, and versatile manner.

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Opportunities for students and trainees

These diagnostic technology initiatives will enable internship opportunities for our biomedical and life sciences students and trainees to take part in the most cutting-edge aspects of the field of clinical diagnostics, while still at Emory.