Next month Fluidda will exhibit at the annual American Thoracic Society International Conference ATS 2019 in Dallas, Texas.
The ATS, founded in 1905, is the preeminent conference on pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine in the United States. It’s where ”today’s science meets tomorrow’s care.”
One of the posters Fluidda will present is a study using the FRI technique on wildfire smoke exposure effect in early life; the study concluded that this exposure results in an altered immune and pulmonary response that persists into adulthood.
The study is part of the FiGHT project.
FiGHT is a non-profit charity project which has been established together with Fluidda, focusing on research of the lung health of Californian firefighters. The key purpose of the charity is to examine lung diseases rooting from wildfire smoke exposure, investigate how these diseases can be detected earlier on, and determine how treatment protocols can be tailored better to the specific case of each firefighter.
More info on the scope of the project can be found following this link: https://jointhefight.info
Come visit our conference booth (# 4429), where we will be happy to answer all of your FRI related questions. To set up an appointment in advance, please leave us a message in our mailbox: firstname.lastname@example.org