IMS

TOXI-triage

Integrated and Adaptive Responses to Toxic Emergencies for Rapid Triage: Engineering the Roadmap from Causality to Patient to Survivor


Duration: 2015-2018 (36 Monate)

Funding: EC

Coordinator: Loughborough Universit├Ąt (UK)

Partners: 19 partners

A consortium of 19 partners develops and validates new technologies for monitoring and managing contaminations after releasing chemically, biologically as well as radiological and nuclear substances within the next 4 years. In the focus are new sensors for the monitoring of various environmental compartments and their application in the clinical medicine. The UFZ focuses on water analytics, especially on innovative techniques for the enhanced selectivity of IMS. The aim of our work is the development of new sample preparation techniques and their coupling with field deployable analytical tools.