Aleksandre Japaridze and Irek Roslon
SoundCell develops technology that helps doctors prescribe right antibiotics to patients within one hour. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a global public health burden.
AMR refers to the ability of microorganisms to resist the effects of antibiotics that were previously effective in treating infections caused by them.
AMR makes it harder to treat infections, leading to prolonged illness, disability, and death. SoundCell has developed a technology by which patients can be given the right antibiotic within one hour, instead of current tests that take from several days up to weeks.
SoundCell technology aims to reduce the time and severity of infections in patients, improving patient well-being and reducing cost of medical care.