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