The Center for Applied Science & Technology is led by Anne Breggia, PhD, and Robert Carlson, MD, Chief Medical Officer, NorDx.
The Center for Applied Science and Technology is a collaborative effort between the MaineHealth Institute for Research (MHIR) and NorDx, the MaineHealth Diagnostic Laboratory, which provides the infrastructure needed for coordinated integration of MHIR research core facility instrumentation and data resources with NorDx clinical instrumentation, data resources and support services.
The Center for Applied Science and Technology is a coordinated collaboration between MHIR and NorDx that is enabled by new and existing infrastructure within the clinical and research domains.
Learn more about one example of such collaboration: Remnant Sample Program.
Through resource sharing and collegial collaborations established in 2019, Dr. Breggia and Dr. Carlson have facilitated numerous investigator initiated studies, expanded human sample collection and distribution to support the research of MMC/MHIR physicians and scientists and successfully executed a variety of Precision Medicine focused projects that have helped to improve the care of MaineHealth patients.
Learn more about these non-clinical and clinical trials supported efforts.