A Sister’s Story: New Hope in Her Twin’s Cruel Struggle With Lupus

AMPEL Biosolutions was recently mentioned in an article written by Kirsten (Gee) Maeda, co-founder of The GEE Twins for Lupus.

“A group of researchers at a small company called AMPEL Biosolutions in Charlottesville recently developed technology that gives researchers unprecedented ability to monitor patients almost around the clock and collect data virtually in real time. Much like a Fitbit, Lupus patients can wear a device and use an app to monitor and record their symptoms and activity level. Because patients often feel good one day and lousy the next, one-size-fits-all treatments do not work. This clinical trial is under way and shows great promise.”

Read the full article here

Senator Creigh Deeds Stopped by AMPEL BioSolutions

  • October 28, 2016
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Today, Senator Creigh Deeds stopped by AMPEL BioSolutions to visit with our employees and learn about how we are using Big Data to find and test new drugs for lupus patients. He got to see first-hand how our research is helping patients and their families have hope. We are very impressed with the questions Senator Deeds asked and his commitment to strengthening our biotechnology community here in Charlottesville.

AMPEL Particpates in UVA Fall Job and Internship Fair

  • October 28, 2016
  • News

On October 26 and 27, 2016 AMPEL participated in the Fall Job and Internship Fair hosted by the University of Virginia. To read more about this event visit: https://www.news.virginia.edu/content/potential-employers-descend-grounds-during-annual-career-fair

Grammer, far right, with her team from AMPEL BioSolutions, including from left to right, UVA alumnus Adam Labonte, Nick Geraci, Prathyusha Bachali, alumna Sarah Heuer and Rebecca Bender.

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