Motic and Global Good Host Early Adopter Workshop for the EasyScan Go Intelligent Malaria Scanning System

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In June, Motic hosted a two day early adopter workshop with The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation-funded Global Good initiative in Bangkok, Thailand. The workshop brought together malaria experts from Global Good, the Jiangsu Institute for Parasitic Diseases, and the Worldwide Antimalarial Resistance Network to present on the state of malaria worldwide and how Motic’s AI-based EasyScan Go slide scanner automates the malaria detection process. Top Southeast Asian commercial microscopy distributors in attendance agreed on a go-to-market plan to bring the EasyScan Go to research and clinical markets around the world.

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