Next Generation of Wireless Healthcare
Technological advancements in biochips for diagnosis and prevention lead to improved healthcare cost containment with a decreasing birth rate and an aging population. Biochips have been attracting attention as a tool for improving healthcare costs.
mHealth Teller - Platform flow diagram
Nanoscale chemical sensors will enable construction of microscopic sensors capable of detecting patterns of chemicals in a fluid.
Dr. Richard Lau received his PhD degrees from HKUST. His research focused on the applications of ToF-SIMS in polymer surface determination, where his contributions to SIMS development were recognized by the International Scientific Committee in SIMS which granted him two awards: the Best Paper Award and the SIMS Best Paper Award on international meetings in 2007 and 2009, respectively. Later, he was granted with the Air Products Award from the HKUST in 2010.
Dr. Lau has ample experience in the Bio and Healthcare Sector.
Mr. Andrew Chan has worked in the private and investment banking sectors with project management exposures. He oversees the strategic direction of the company.
Dr. Lorentz Yam has over 10 years of solid research experience, strong record in solving tough problems and proven good performance in the field of material science and engineering.
He is a member of expert board of Shenzhen Technology Innovation Commission
mHealth Teller’s electronics and nanoscale chemical sensors will enable construction of microscopic sensors capable of detecting patterns of chemicals in a fluid. Information from a large number of such devices flowing passively in the bloodstream allows estimation of the properties of tiny chemical sources in a macroscopic tissue volume.
Estimates of plausible device capabilities have been used to evaluate their performance for typical chemicals released into the blood by tissues in response to localized injury or infection.
These observations indicate that the devices can readily enable differentiation of a single cell-sized chemical source from the background chemical concentration in vivo, providing high-resolution sensing in both time and space.