Developing a Medical Microbiology Research System for a Non-Profit Organization
Tuberculosis is one of the major causes of disability and fatality worldwide. According to research by the World Health Organization, more than 95 percent of TB-related deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries.
A non-profit organization in Switzerland seeks to understand which bacteria cause tuberculosis-related diseases in these countries. To support its research, the organization needed an easy-to-use tool for storing microbiology research data.
Erbis developed a SaaS solution that provides data storage for medical researchers who study tuberculosis-causing bacteria.
Researchers can create accounts on the platform and import files from their databases that list characteristics of bacterial strains that cause tuberculosis infections. The platform incorporates various filters that make it easy for clinical microbiologists to find strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
The platform provides advanced security features and permissions controls.
The main goal of the Medical Microbiology Research System is to make the accurate data of genotypic identification available to clinical microbiology laboratories.
Rapid identification of microorganisms can be of great value for clinical microbiology laboratories because with this information microbiologists can find optimal strategies for diagnosis and treatment of infections caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
- Geneva, Switzerlandclient location
- 4+Team size
- HIPPA-compliantData Storage
- Non-profitHealthcare organization
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