New participant identification site added to ULTRADIAN study

We are very pleased to officially welcome Royal Gloucestershire Hospital as a participant identification centre for the ULTRADIAN study in Bristol. Clinicians in Gloucestershire can now identify interested patients with Addison’s, Cushing’s and other endocrine conditions from endocrinology clinic!

Gloucester now joins our other sites in Exeter, Southmead, and the Bristol Royal Infirmary

For more information about the studies: http://ultradian.blogs.bristol.ac.uk/2018/06/20/find-out-more-about-the-project/

How to get involved http://ultradian.blogs.bristol.ac.uk/how-to-get-involved/

Stockholm consortium meeting

We recently attended the annual ULTRADIAN consortium meeting in beautiful Stockholm. It was a great programme hosted by our Horizon2020 partners at the Karolinska Institute.

In addition to the presentation of the next generation sampler prototype there were updates on progress for all our teams. It was great to see the encouraging data beginning to be produced from both our healthy volunteer and patient groups – more to follow on that very soon!

Next generation sampler prototype unveiled!

Recently we got to see the newly unveiled next generation U-RHYTHM sampling device. As you can see it looks great and is packed with new technology and innovation. New features include wireless charging and an intelligent fluid sensing manifold, as well as being both thinner and smaller than before!

Checkout the twitter announcement from DesignWorks here!