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Tyndall-UCC
 
Profile
Within the framework of the InForMed programme, Tyndall will work to develop demonstrator devices based on the use of wearable microelectronic sensors for intelligent wound care monitoring. Our research team has a long track record of developing transdermal interface devices for applications as varied as drug and vaccine delivery, biopotential monitoring, diagnostics and electroporation, and of delivering microelectronics sensors based on impedance, capacitance and humidity sensing principles. Tyndall also has extensive experience in flexible substrate manufacturing and integration, and in wireless communications technologies. This proposed work is closely aligned with our research roadmap in all of the above areas. Our team works with over twenty global partners, both industrial and academic, and has published over 104 scientific papers (36 journal) rated to wearable transdermal technologies, with author input from 14 countries. The team has licence or pre-licence agreements with three companies, and currently works on funded industrial projects with six Irish and international companies.
Transdermal interface-related research activity sits within the wider Life Sciences Interface (LSI) Group which exploits the extensive design, fabrication and characterisation tools available in Tyndall, to develop next-generation tools and technologies for nanoscale sensing, lab-on-chip analysis systems, and point-of--care diagnostics. Researchers in the LSI Group have a track record of taking concepts through the complete development cycle from design, through to device fabrication, to prototype system integration, and have also worked with commercial partners to facilitate product development and validation.
Tyndall is and has been very successful in attracting funding from the various European Framework programmes, and is a leading research institute at Europe level for health and environment related technology research.
 

Expertise
Within the framework of the InForMed programme, Tyndall will work to develop demonstrator devices based on the use of micro needle technologies for minimally invasive EEG monitoring. Our research team has a long track record of developing micro needle-based transdermal interface devices for applications as varied as drug and vaccine delivery, bio potential monitoring, diagnostics and electroporation. This work is closely aligned with our research roadmap; as we have already shown that such devices can be used for both drug delivery and physiological monitoring, elements of both will be combined to form a new electrode employing conductive gels to increase skin-electrode contact and signal quality. Our team works with over twenty global partners, both industrial and academic, and has published over 104 micro needle-related scientific papers (36 journal), with author input from 14 countries. The team has licence or pre-licence agreements with three companies, and currently works on funded industrial projects with six Irish and international companies.
Micro needle-related research activity sits within the wider Life Sciences Interface (LSI) Group which exploits the extensive design, fabrication and characterisation tools available in Tyndall, to develop next-generation tools and technologies for nanoscale sensing, lab-on-chip analysis systems, and point-of--care diagnostics. Researchers in the LSI Group have a track record of taking concepts through the complete development cycle from design, through to device fabrication, to prototype system integration, and have also worked with commercial partners to facilitate product development and validation.
Tyndall is and has been very successful in attracting funding from the various European Framework programmes, and is a leading research institute at Europe level for health and environment related technology research.
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