Osler Diagnostics

Osler Diagnostics, formerly Oxford Impedance Diagnostics, was spun out of the Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Department of the University of Oxford in February 2016 to develop a series of tests for identifying pathogens and biomarkers from blood samples using a desktop device and based on the principle of electrical impedance sensing.

The Company plans to initially target research markets while pursuing regulatory approval to market point-of-care medical tests for clinical use. It also aims to develop a handheld device for home use. Osler unveiled an early-stage working prototype of its system at the beginning of October 2018.