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31 Oct 2017

4Dx participates in Great Strides run for cystic Fibrosis

Last Sunday, the 4Dx team participated in the Melbourne Great Strides 8K to raise money and awareness for Cystic Fibrosis Community Care (CFCC). CFCC is a non-profit organization working to support those living with and affected by cystic fibrosis. 4Dx’s technology aims to help with early detection and monitoring of lung diseases, such as cystic […]

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08 Sep 2017

4Dx assigned Intellectual Property relating to core 4Dx technology

4Dx is pleased to announce that key intellectual property relating to the Company’s 4DxV technology has been assigned from Monash University to 4Dx Limited. The intellectual property (IP) was developed by 4Dx Chairman and CEO, Andreas Fouras, while working at Monash University and was previously licenced by 4Dx from Monash University. After reaching an investment […]

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28 Aug 2017

Continued interest in 4Dx technology from leading USA Hospitals

4Dx is excited to announce two upcoming deals with leading USA hospitals. 4Dx has been invited to support groundbreaking lung transplant research being conducted at UCLA over the next 12 months. 4Dx will be providing scans using raw X-ray images captured on existing UCLA equipment. The 4Dx scans aim to give insight into different biological […]

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28 Aug 2017

FDA Update & Future Plans

Earlier this year, 4Dx delivered a 510(k) submission to the FDA for clearance of its 4DxV technology in the radiotherapy setting. Following that submission, the FDA responded with a Request for Additional Information. To clarify the FDA’s request, 4Dx sought and gained a meeting with the FDA. While the FDA identified a potential pathway for […]

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20 Apr 2017

4Dx Preclinical Scanner Project to Rapidly Manufacture 2 Preclinical Scanner Units for Delivery in Major US Hospitals

Melbourne, Australia, 19 April 2017: 4Dx  Group “4Dx”, Hydrix Pty Ltd “Hydrix”, and Monash University are collaborating “4Dx Pre-Clinical Scanner Project consortium” to rapidly manufacture two pre-clinical scanners for delivery to two major American medical research hospitals by the end of the year. A further three units will be supplied to other world leading hospitals […]

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17 Mar 2017

4Dx visits London, participates in House of Lords event

4Dx is pleased to inform you that our Chairman and CEO, Andreas Fouras, will be lead speaker at a lunchtime debate at the All Party Parliamentary Engineering Group ‘APPEG’ in the House of Lords, London on Tuesday 21st March.  The debate series represents a plank of the APPEG program to enable contact and involvement between parliamentarians and […]

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13 Mar 2017

4Dx ANNOUNCES PRELIMINARY CLINICAL TRIAL DATA AT PRESTIGIOUS WORLD LUNG IMAGING EVENT

4Dx has publicly released preliminary clinical study data on the 2nd March at the prestigious World Lung Imaging Workshop at the University of Pennsylvania. Founder and CEO, Dr. Andreas Fouras, was invited to deliver the latest data to world leaders in lung imaging and pulmonary medicine. This globally recognised event brings together leaders at the […]

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19 Feb 2017

4Dx TO PUBLICLY ANNOUNCE PRELIMINARY CLINICAL TRIAL DATA AT PRESTIGIOUS WORLD LUNG IMAGING EVENT

Melbourne, Australia, 20 February, 2017: Dr. Andreas Fouras, founder and CEO of medical technology company 4Dx Limited, will present preliminary clinical data at the prestigious World Lung Imaging Workshop on the 2nd of March at the University of Pennsylvania. The software technology developed by 4Dx provides richer information, allowing for earlier detection of respiratory related […]

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09 Feb 2017

NEW STAFF APPOINTMENT: KAREN SIU, PhD- Programme Manager- Medical Device Development

Dr Karen Siu obtained her PhD from Monash University in 2003 in X-ray Physics. Her postdoctoral work as an Australian Synchrotron Research Program Fellow allowed her to explore the applications of synchrotrons, or highly intense x-ray sources, to biomedical research studying cancers of the brain and breast. She focussed on synchrotron imaging for understanding the […]

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10 Jan 2017

New Scanner Locates Defects in Lung Function

Cedars-Sinai has been awarded a National Institutes of Health grant to buy a new type of scanner that provides detailed, real-time imagery of lung functioning in laboratory animals. Cedars-Sinai so far is the only U.S. institution scheduled to acquire this advanced instrument, which can help detect lung diseases in their early stages. “The quality of […]

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