The sudden COVID-19 pandemic has prompted Quanterix to implement sweeping changes at an unprecedented pace. The time is now to unite our global community, take bold steps to halt the spread of this outbreak and minimize long-term impacts on global health.
We are proud to be celebrating International’s Women’s Day today! This day is to honor women’s achievements throughout history and across nations. In the science and technology industry when have seen some of the most prolific advancements from women. Jane Cooke Wright, an American pioneering cancer researcher, Françoise Barré-Sinoussi a French virologist known for her work with HIV, Rosalind Elsie Franklin the English chemist whose work was central to the discovery of the DNA double helix - this is just to name a few!
We recently sat down with oncologist Dr. Azra Raza of Columbia University to discuss her book, The First Cell, our fight to shift healthcare paradigms toward prevention and early detection, and how the Powering Precision Health (PPH) movement and Quanterix can help lead the battle cry for change. Interestingly, I was with Cleveland Clinic executives, healthcare executives, and state of Ohio government officials earlier in the week, and we had the exact same discussion and call to action.
Though the 2019 European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) conference has passed, Quanterix is not slowing down and working hard to continue the