Press release

The project brings together very different expertise ranging from physics and engineering to biology and clinical sciences. We aim at building a prototype instrument able to make easy and rapid diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). This will change radically the perspectives of clinicians, since tests for new therapies will be possible in the early stage of the disease, before the appearance of recognizable symptoms that usually correspond to irreversible brain damages”, says the project coordinator, Dr. Simonetta Grilli.