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Ultradian Hormone Diagnostics

Do you want to contribute to the Ultradian project? 

Do you want to sign up as a patient or a healthy volunteer for the project, send us an e-mail: ultradian@uib.no 

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The Ultradian project is about developing new tools for the diagnosis and management of endocrine disorders.

Current workup is characterized by repetitive single time point measurements of hormones, often supplemented with complicated and time-consuming dynamic tests.

Ultradian dynamic testing combines ambulatory sampling of interstitial fluid over 24 hours with novel ultra-sensitive assays, allowing characterization of circadian and ultradian hormone rhythms in both health and disease. We hope that this technology will improve the way that endocrine disorders and diagnosed and treated.

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Designworks launched new web site

Ultradian partner Designworks launched their new website.

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U-Rhythm device

New U-Rhythm prototype

New prototype launched at Ultradian consortium meeting

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Milestone Update: Steroid Hormone Analyses started

The Ultradian Platform for Metabolomics at the University of Bergen has completed the development of the 3rd Generation Steroid Hormone Assay.

The Endocrine group is seeking healthy volunteers

We need healthy volunteers for a clinical trial aiming to map how hormone levels vary from hour to hour over the 24h cycle. These rapid oscillations in hormone levels are called ultradian rhythms, but our knowledge about these fluctuations in different diseases is very limited.

The project partners are: University of Bergen (NO), University of Bristol(UK), Karolinska institutet (S), OLINK AB (S), DESIGNWORKS (UK), and Evangelismos Hospital (GR).   


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 633515. 

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