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antibiogram


We save lives by finding the right antibiotic on time and reduce spreading of antibiotic resistance
Concept
Resistell proposes an alternative to culture based antibiogram, the current gold standard in antibiotic susceptibility testing. Our offering is a diagnostic device. The method is based on the detection of movement caused by living bacterial cells. Because the test is growth independent, we reduce the time taken to get a result from days to minutes. Resistell provides information on which antibiotic should be used to treat the patient, and the concentration at which it should be administered.
Context
It is estimated that at least 700 000 people die every year from the infections caused by antibiotic resistant bacteria. If no action is taken the death toll may reach 10 million a year by 2050. It is more than the number of people currently dying from road traffic accidents and cancer together.
O'Neill 2016
 
Swiss Technology Award 2018
We are pleased to announce that Resistell was selected in the Top 3 Inventors category at the Swiss Technology Award 2018, the most prestigious technological award in Switzerland. Resistell was recognised for its groundbreaking invention of nano motion based antibiotic susceptibility testing that will change the future of medicine.
News
Resistell a finalist of the Swiss Technology Award 2018!

Resistell was selected as one of the eight most innovative Swiss technology projects in 2018. The winners in three categories will be announced on November 22 at the Swiss Innovation Forum in Basel.

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Team
Dr. Danuta Cichocka
Dr. Danuta Cichocka
CEO, Co-Founder
http://www.linkedin.com/in/danuta-cichocka/
  • EPFL EMBA
  • CAS in Management of Biotech, Medtech & Pharma Ventures
  • Post-Doc at KU Leuven, Belgium
  • PhD in Environmental Microbiology (UFZ, Germany),
  • Over 12 years of professional experience in microbiology research, research management and biotechnology policy development (European Commision, Brussels)
Prof. Giovanni Dietler
Prof. Giovanni Dietler
Inventor, Co-Founder
https://people.epfl.ch/giovanni.dietler
  • Professor in Physics at EPFL
  • Head of Laboratory of Physics of Living Matter (LPMV) devoted to the study of DNA topology, cellular machines, protein mechanics and high-resolution low temperature Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM)
  • Over 230 scientific publications, over 7500 citations
  • Inventor of nano-motion detector
Dr. Sandor Kasas
Dr. Sandor Kasas
Inventor, Co-Founder
https://personnes.epfl.ch/sandor.kasas
  • Medical Doctor
  • Privat Docent in embryology and histology
  • Senior Researcher at LPMV (EPFL)
  • MER at the Plateforme de Morphologie, the Faculty of Biology and Medicine, University of Lausanne (UNIL), Switzerland
  • Over 90 scientific publications, over 3400 citations
  • Inventor of nano-motion detector
Grzegorz Gonciarz
Grzegorz Gonciarz
Business operations, Partner
https://www.linkedin.com/in/greg-gonciarz/
  • Serial entrepreneur
  • Business strategist
  • Startup coach and mentor
  • Expert in building and engaging engineering teams
Latest from social media
Overuse of antibiotics 'risks return to dark ages of life-threatening surgery'

Warning comes as report shows 3 million common surgical procedures could be hazardous if infections become resistant to antibiotics.

We face a return to the dark ages of life-threatening surgery unless we can preserve the infection-killing powers of antibiotics, according to England’s chief medical officer.

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