By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The State of Washington's Life Sciences Discovery Fund has awarded a $149,000 grant to University of Washington researcher Timothy Rose to develop a device that can detect a number of different respiratory infections at the point of care.

LSDF said today that Rose, a professor of pediatrics at UW's Seattle Children's Research Institute, is developing the test with the Redmond, Wash.-based microfluidics company Micronics.

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