Clinical Diagnosis & Healthcare Monitoring

Sensor technology plays an ever increasing role

Clinical diagnostic medicine and healthcare monitoring are arguably the most important applications of biosensor technology. The Covid-19 pandemic has demonstrated both the need for advanced diagnostic sensors as well as the capability of research groups around the world to respond rapidly to this unprecedented need. The 7th Annual Sensors in Medicine 2020 conference will highlight the newest trends in sensor technology, their medical and healthcare applications, and the most recent commercial developments.

Key Technologies

Covid-19 sensors Sensors for molecular diagnosis
Paper and linear flow sensors Wearable and implantable sensors
Nanotechnology and microfluidics Telehealth sensors



The Conference will take place in virtual space on the afternoons of four days: October 20 -23

Invited and contributed presentations: Send brief abstracts to Academic, clinical and commercial contributions welcome

Sponsorship and virtual exhibits are invited: Further information

Posters are invited, partcularly from post-graduate students: See Exhibits for more information

The Conference is free, but registation is required:

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Oranising Committee

Prof. H Thomas Aretz MD, Partners International & Harvard Medical School

Prof. Martyn Boutelle, Imperial College London

Dr. Michael Brand, Sensor100

Prof. Jonathan Cooper FRSE, University of Glasgow

Dr. Pedro Estrela, University of Bath

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