2019 – AdUp Sense

Group photo of AdUp Sense team after a meeting

AdUp Sense is the name of the Uppsala University SensUs team that will participate in the competition of 2019.

AdUp Sense: The Uppsala University SensUs team Logo


The topic of 2019:

Adalimumab is an antibody used as a medication for the treatment of various conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and Crohn’s disease. Unfortunately, patient response to the drug is different among individuals, and it is hard for physicians to assess the right dose of Adalimumab to administer in order to obtain a satisfactory response. By allowing rapid and simple quantification of antibody on site and comparing this data to the patient response, the therapeutic index of Adalimumab could be substantially improved. The idea, in short, is to facilitate personalized care for each patient suffering from these conditions.

You can find more information about the competition of 2019 here: SensUs 2019

And here you can find more information about the AdUp Sense team:  Facebook.

Images of 2019:

AdUp Sense sponsors in 2019:

We would like to thank all our sponsors. Without them, our work would not be possible to continue.

AdUp Sense sponsors in 2019

About

SensUs Uppsala:

We are the team that represents the Uppsala University in the SensUs competition. SensUs is a yearly international student competition on molecular biosensors for healthcare applications, which is held in Eindhoven, Netherlands.

Competition of 2019:

This year university teams from different countries will compete in SensUs. The focus is on Managing rheumatic disease, by measuring with ease. SensUs 2019 challenges student teams to develop innovative biosensing systems for the measurement of adalimumab, a biological drug that is used to treat rheumatic disease. We are a group of international master students out of different disciplines that are working together in Uppsala (Sweden).

Find out more:

You can meet the current team here: Uppsala SensUs Team 2018
Or you can read more about the competition at SensUs.org

Uppsala University logo SensUs logo

Our Team

Coordinators

Her research is focused on microfluidic solutions for analysis of single cells and molecules.

    Zahra Atena Khaji PhD, docent

      Masood Kamali-Moghaddam Senior Lecturer

        Gemma Mestres PhD, docent (Associate Professor)

        Team

          Anna Eliasson Bio and Nanomaterials

          I cry ugly tears every time I watch Naruto, even though it’s probably the 1000th time I’m watching it

            Spandana Kotian Cell and Molecular Biology

              Ziyu Cen Industrial Management and Innovation

                Mikael Svensson Chemical Engineering

                I bake artisan sourdough bread

                  Luis Silva Chemistry for Bio and Nano Materials

                    Anh Duc Pham Pharmaceutical Modelling

                    Still searching……

                      Adarsh Tewari Industrial Management and Innovation

                      I used to know how to rap the original 151 pokémon names to the beat of the fresh prince of Bel-Air opening theme.

                        Therese You Chemical Engineering

                          Lionel Jouin Computer Science

                          I sleep for fun so pls help.

                            Triinu Linkgreim Applied Biotechnology

                            The Uppsala University team is changing each year.

                            If you would like to participate or support the team you can contact Gemma Mestres Beà or Masood Kamali-Moghaddam.

                            Gemma Mestres,
                            PhD, docent (Associate Professor)
                            Department of Engineering Sciences
                            Ångströmlab, Lägerhyddsv. 1
                            752 37 Uppsala
                            gemma.mestres@angstrom.uu.se
                            Masood Kamali-Moghaddam,
                            Senior Lecturer
                            BMC, Husargatan 3
                            751 22 Uppsala
                            masood.kamali@igp.uu.se