Designing the Next Generation of
Rapid Blood Testing Diagnostics
We help practitioners & patients get white blood count measurements to obtain results within minutes.
From Lab Bench to Point-of-Need
RizLab was founded in 2018, a spin-off of the Nano Bioelectronics Laboratory established at Rutgers University in 2014.
Bringing white blood cell analysis to the patient's fingertips using a wireless artificial intelligence fired pocket-sized fully electronic analyzer.
The CytoTracker is an ultra-compact all-electronic cytometer capable of quantifying the white blood cells with differentials in blood.
The CytoTracker brings white blood cell analysis to the patient's fingertips using a wireless artificial intelligence fired pocket-sized fully electronic analyzer.
Wireless Pocket-Sized White Blood Cell Analyzer
Pocket-sized wireless CBC analyzer with disposable plug-and-play cartridge and reusable readout unit
To date, the existing FDA-approved commercially available analyzers are expensive, bulky, and require professionals. Many of the existing platforms provide a variety of other tests and are high in throughput. The CytoTracker, an inexpensive lightweight pocket-sized rapid and easy to use can be a market disruptive device, filling the void.
A New Vision for Diagnostics
Crowd-Sourcing: Mobile Health & Management of Patient Data
We will have a large database of patient data with the aim of enabling predictive health.
In addition to test results, basic patient information will be maintained.
Patients will be given an additional optional questionnaire on their phones regarding symptoms.
Both physicians and patients will have access to the data.
Data analytics will be used to correlate disease state with test results.
In addition to the initial target market (current users: clinical labs and health care providers),
the CytoTracker can be utilized in settings where WBC analysis is not possible or easily accessible/affordable using current instruments:
Militaries & Warzones
The CytoTracker is an ultra-compact all-electronic cytometer capable of quantifying white blood cells and the key subtypes.
Awards & Recognition