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APT CENTER RESEARCHERS AWARDED AHA FUNDING

Congratulations to Michael Suster, PhD, along with fellow APT Center Investigators Pedram Mohseni, PhD, and Evi Stavrou, MD, as well as Anirban Sen Gupta, PhD, who have received funding from the American Heart Association to develop a dielectric microsensor - called ClotChip – with the goal to provide a comprehensive assessment of a patient's blood coagulation status at the point-of-care. This 2-year project started this month and has received a total award of $153,248. The ClotChip was licensed last year by XaTek and this project was supported with seed funding by the APT Center.