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CEO Corner - Thursday, June 13, 2019 iCubate is proud to be a part of ASM Microbe 2019. Many of us will be on site at the Moscone Center in San Francisco for this outstanding scientific conference. At ASM Microbe 2019, there are many ways to learn why iCubate is right for your lab. These include: 1) attend iCubate's workshop @ 1pm on Thursday, June 20th; 2) stop by booth 4241 at 1pm on Friday, June 21st to see how easy it is to use iCubate assays; 3) Wes Coleman will demonstrate operating the iCubate platform - or you can try it for yourself at 1pm on Saturday, June 22nd at booth 4241; and 4) on Sunday, June 23rd @ 1pm at booth 4241, join the discussion about the value iCubate brings to the clinical laboratory. Look forward to seeing you in San Francisco.   Carter Wells CEO, iCubate  

iCubate® and Wondfo Biotech form joint venture to provide high performance infectious disease molecular diagnostics to China

HUNTSVILLE, AL – iCubate®, Inc. and Guangzhou Wondfo Biotechnology Co., Ltd. (Wondfo) formed the joint venture company, Guangzhou Wondfo iCubate Biotechnology Co., Ltd (Wondfo-iCubate Biotech). The strategic purpose of Wondfo-iCubate Biotech is to couple iCubate’s technology and portfolio of products with Wondfo’s commercial strength in multiple in vitro diagnostic areas and become a leader in China’s broad molecular diagnostics market. The joint venture will advance the commercialization, business development, research and development and production in China. “iCubate’s founder, Dr. Jian Han, and our team developed the technology and platform to dramatically improve the way people can identify and detect infectious diseases ...
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iCubate® Presents New Product Information to South Central Association of Clinical Microbiology

HUNTSVILLE, AL, March 21, 2019 – iCubate®, a provider of molecular diagnostic solutions for infectious disease detection, hosted a panel presentation at the South Central Association of Clinical Microbiology (SCACM) meeting in Sandusky, Ohio. The presentation titled, “A Clinical Perspective of the iCubate® Solution for Bloodstream Infection” was led by Paul A. Granato, PhD, DABMM, FAAM, director of microbiology at the Laboratory Alliance of Central New York in Syracuse, New York and Matthew Conover, PhD, molecular diagnostic assay developer at iCubate. Well attended by an engaged audience of clinical microbiologists from Ohio, Kentucky, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, West Virginia and ...
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