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Partnerships

PHI collaborates with a range of centers of excellence, each running first-class research programs in which HoloMonitor technology plays an important role. Joint programs include activities intended to:

  • Establish the best practices and validate the most useful HoloMonitor parameters
  • Develop novel applications based on HoloMonitor technology
  • Establish a network of collaborators utilizing holographic imaging cytometry
  • Improve methods for the clinical diagnosis of cancer

Results from our partner centers of excellence are presented at scientific meetings and published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. We also organize technology symposia and hands-on laboratory courses.

The Partnerships

National Institute on Aging

In pursuit of making novel research tools available to National Institute on Aging and the medical research community in general, NIA and PHI are collaborating to develop a fluorescence module to PHI's HoloMonitor.
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Northeastern University

The joint program of excellence between Northeastern University and PHI began in late 2014. Since then HoloMonitor technology has rapidly established itself as a technology of choice for label-free kinetic cellular analysis.
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Huntsman Cancer Institute

Supported by PHI, Dr. Robert Judson-Torres and his team at Huntsman Cancer Institute aim to develop methods to quantify the phenomena known as epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT).
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UCSF

University of California in San Francisco, Gladstone Institutes and PHI jointly operate San Francisco’s Holographic Imaging Cytometry Center of Excellence.
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Gladstone Institutes

Gladstone Institutes, UCSF and PHI jointly operate San Francisco’s Holographic Imaging Cytometry Center of Excellence.
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Lund University Cancer Centre

The early HoloMonitor development began at Lund University. The relationship between Lund University and PHI has since evolved into partnerships with several research groups.
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Malmö University

PHI and Malmö University have a long-standing collaboration, dating back to 2008. The collaboration has resulted in several peer reviewed publications and a doctoral thesis.
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Uppsala University

Supported by PHI, scientists at Uppsala University apply state of the art artificial intelligence on its very source of inspiration — cell biology.
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