BiomedHelp project

Title: Assistance in the development of diagnostics and quality control for the biomedical sector

Project developer:        CER Group – Health Department

Acronym:                         BiomedHelp

Contract no. :                  1318120

From:                               01/01/2014

To:                                    31/12/2015

Logos :

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Financed by: regional level:
Wallonia Region – Directorate General Operational of Economy, Employment and Research (DGO6)


Brief outline of the project:

On 1 January 2014, we launched our new technological guide “BiomedHelp”, which is intended to support enterprises operating in the field of health and, more specifically, those involved with biotechnologies and the pharmaceutics sector.

The guide has four main objectives:

  1. to support manufacturers and researchers in their research related to the development of in vitro diagnostics;
  2. to offer quality reagents and/or tools to enhance and increase diagnostics tests in the healthcare chain;
  3. to help determine new biomarkers by guaranteeing access to the necessary biological human samples;
  4. to develop analytical tools for the quality control of drugs.


Partners:

projet BiomedHelp

Role of the CER:

  • Customised service for the production and characterisation of antibodies
  • Purification of antibodies in line with needs of the customer
  • Analyses of drug samples or matrices containing the drug
  • Identification of constraints and problems encountered and solutions to remedy them  
  • Sharing our experience in biochemistry and biology
  • Monitoring of scientific literature and documentation

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 For more information, please contact us:

CER Group – Health Department

Anne-Catherine HUET
+32 (0) 84 31 00 90
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Dr Ph. DELAHAUT
+32 (0) 84 31 00 90
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