bioRHYTHM in the time of coronavirus

The coronavirus outbreak has caused widespread disruption to research including the bioRHYTHM studies. Luckily we had completed recruitment of 11 volunteers in the bioRHYTHM pilot trial. All hormone samples managed to make their way to Martijn’s lab in Groningen before the University of Bristol closed our lab!

What is happening now?

We are spending time reviewing and starting to analyse all the data from our participants. We have hormone profile results from the first 4 participants. Analysis of the rest of the samples will depend on when facilities in Groningen are able to return to normal research activities.

What is coming next?

We are very keen to apply our technology and dynamic measurement system in a clinical context. Watch this space…

 

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