April 4th, 2013 -Despite minor advancements, the ability to monitor and maintain our health remains largely dependent on the intervention of the medical community. Drawbacks are already apparent in low-income communities where medical staff and resources are stretched thin. In light of increasing medical costs and the dawn of the baby-boomers’ transition into elderly care, the question remains how we will adapt to the present time. Dr. Ellington matched up with ESI’s Hot Science, Cool Talks to discuss the next generation of biotechnology: low-cost, personalized, at-home diagnostics.
Hot Science, Cool Talks: Ellington talks Self-Diagnostics
You can view the webcast of his lecture at the ESI website.