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Projects 2018-03-19T23:35:00+00:00
2019-01-07T19:37:19+00:00

AIRDOC: Smart Mobile Application for Individualized Support and Monitoring of the Respiratory Function and Sounds of Chronic Obstructive Patients AIRDOC is a mobile health (mHealth) project that aims to develop new tools and technological solutions for the monitoring and self-management of chronic obstructive respiratory diseases using smartphones and integrated sensors with the goal of improving health care in [...]

2018-11-16T12:59:24+00:00

Together We Stand: Promoting Adherence in End-stage Disease Through Familiy-Based Self-Management Intervention The project Together We Stand, funded by the FCT with more than 200 thousand euros, aims to design and assess family-based self-management of disease interventions of hemodialysis patients and their relatives. This is a project led by Daniela Figueiredo (CINTESIS/University of Aveiro) that will [...]

2018-10-04T18:05:18+00:00

Impact of H2O2/Ag+ dry-mist on healthcare-associated infections: the Burn Unit Paradigma Effective infection control strategies limiting the spread of drug resistance and reducing the risk of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) needs to be urgently addressed. Following conventional manual cleaning with disinfectants, 10% of high-touch hospital surfaces remain contaminated. A comprehensive study is proposed to investigate the microbiological and [...]

2019-01-07T19:41:01+00:00

mINSPIRE - mHealth to measure and improve adherence to medication in chronic obstructive respiratory diseases - generalisation and evaluation of gamification, peer support and advanced image processing technologies mINSPIRE will improve and evaluate mobile technologies to measure and improve inhaled medications adherence (IMA) in chronic obstructive respiratory diseases. The team has developed an app aiming to transform [...]

2018-03-23T10:44:58+00:00

CUTEHeart CUTE Heart - Comparative use of technologies for coronary heart disease, is a project developed within the framework of CINTESIS whose principal investigator is Altamiro da Costa Pereira. The project is funded by FCT / Harvard Medical School with 333,000 euros, of which more than 217,000 euros are managed by CINTESIS. CUTEHeart aims to compare the [...]

2018-05-11T12:26:53+00:00

NanoSTIMA NanoSTIMA - Macro-to-Nano Human Sensing: Towards Integrated Multimodal Health Monitoring and Analytics, is a project funded by the N2020 in approximately 7.2 million euros, of which near 1.4 million are managed by CINTESIS. The project is organized in five research lines and aims to develop scientific skills to address the major challenges posed by the revolution [...]

2018-03-23T11:45:31+00:00

Deus ex Machina (DeM) Symbiotic technology for societal efficiency gains - Deus Ex Machina (DeM), is a project financed with almost 3 million euros by the N2020 of which near 220 thousand euros are assigned to CINTESIS as participant. The name of the project evokes the ancient Greek theater where an apparently unresolved problem was overtaken by [...]

2018-03-23T12:16:22+00:00

CANCER Financed with almost 7.5 million euros by N2020, the CANCER project – Advancing Cancer Research: From Basic Knowledge to Application, is a five lines research project in the field of cancer that involves researchers from four institutions: CINTESIS (with a budget of € 300,000), INL, IBMC-i3S and Ipatimup-i3S (coordinatinator). The research lines are: identification of new [...]

2018-06-08T12:36:50+00:00

FunctionalTuna Funded by the P2020 in about 470,000 euros, of which near 142,000 euros are allocated to CINTESIS, Functional Tuna is a project focused on the development of innovative functional tuna preserves. By incorporating a number of ingredients (such as omega-3 fatty acids, beta-glucans and/or plant sterols) in sufficient quantities to allow a physiological response, these new [...]

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