BreviTest co-founder discusses technology that reduces diagnostic times

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Dr. Dev Chatterjee has developed an ultra–fast diagnostic device that can diagnose Ebola in the time it takes to brew coffee. Chatterjee, co-founder of BreviTest, takes a novel approach that re-imagines the immunoassay method as serial reactions in connected microfluidic chambers, which eliminates the traditional requirement of multiple washes to comprehensively remove residual reactants. BreviTest’s patent-pending technology has been reduced to practice with a prototype that successfully demonstrated completely automated ELISA reactions.

How do you know your technology is disruptive enough to break conventional wisdom?

textadimage Stan Rowe knows a little something about bringing disruptive technology to market. The current Edwards Lifesciences CSO was in on the ground floor of two of medtech's most disruptive treatments, stents and transcatheter aortic valve replacement.

On December 12th, Rowe will sit down with MassDevice editor Brad Perriello for a long ranging discussion about the inside story on how these technologies came to market and what Rowe learned along the way.


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