Symcel Awarded Grant to Develop Fast Diagnostics for Joint Infections

Symcel Awarded Grant to Develop Fast Diagnostics for Joint Infections

We are thrilled to announce that Symcel has been awarded a grant to further develop fast diagnostics for prosthesis and joint infections. This exciting development represents a major step forward in our ongoing efforts to improve patient outcomes and revolutionize the field of infectious disease diagnostics.

At Symcel, we are dedicated to developing innovative solutions that address unmet medical needs, and this project is no exception. Joint and prosthesis infections are a serious and growing problem, with the potential to cause significant morbidity and mortality if left untreated. By developing fast and accurate diagnostics, we hope to enable early intervention and improve outcomes for patients with these conditions.

While this project is still in its early stages, we are proud to receive external validation from well-recognized institutions like Vinnova. This grant will enable us to accelerate our research efforts and bring our innovative solutions to market more quickly.

The project will see Symcel working closely with world-renowned infectious disease specialist Christian Giske, who brings a wealth of expertise and experience to the table. With Dr. Giske's guidance, we believe we have the perfect team in place to really move forward and make a significant impact in this important area.

The project will officially start in a few months, and we are excited to share more news and updates as they become available. We believe that this project has the potential to transform the field of infectious disease diagnostics and improve the lives of countless patients around the world.

At Symcel, we are committed to pushing the boundaries of scientific innovation and delivering real solutions to real-world problems. We believe that by working together with leading experts and institutions, we can make a meaningful difference in the lives of patients and families affected by joint and prosthesis infections.

We are honored to receive this grant and look forward to continuing our mission of advancing the field of biotechnology and improving global health outcomes. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting project!