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Date 2020-06-05    
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$500,000 donation to the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Vaccine and Immunotherapy Center to support Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), Corona19 vaccine development and testing


ADI announced on the 22nd that it has donated 500,000 dollars (about 600 million won) to Massachusetts General Hospital to develop a new coronavirus vaccine.


The donation was delivered to the Massachusetts General Hospital´s Immunotherapy Center through ADI´s charity organization, ADI Foundation. It will be used to support the research work of the Immunotherapy Center to develop vaccine and treatment point-of-treatment testing technologies for Corona19.


ADI and the Massachusetts General Hospital Immunotherapy Center are cooperating in the development of real-time remote bio-signal monitoring technology and testing to identify individuals who have detectable immune responses to Corona19.


"ADI is very meaningful in working with the Massachusetts General Hospital´s Vaccine and Immunotherapy Center to identify Corona 19 and find the test solutions needed to slow the spread of the virus," said Vincent Roche, CEO of ADI. "The Massachusetts General Hospital´s Immunotherapy Center is the most prestigious medical institute to respond to Corona19, and we expect to be able to apply ADI´s sensor technology to test and monitor patients."


Applications for analog dialogue, # ADI´s monthly technical journal, can be made at http://www.analog.com/analog-Dialogue.html.