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Multimodal molecular spectroscopy for medical diagnosis and therapy

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Spectroscopic methods are increasingly being used to address biomedical research questions. The field has grown rapidly over the past ten years and has entered into a new era in part thanks to advances in instrumentation but also, perhaps most importantly, thanks to an enhanced cross-disciplinary dialogue between spectroscopists and clinicians.

A particularly powerful spectroscopic method for biomedicine is Raman spectroscopy. This webinar reports on linear and non-linear spectroscopy approaches (with an emphasis on Raman technologies) for disease diagnosis and therapy.

The webinar will look at efforts to translate researched multimodal spectroscopic approaches into automated systems with a high technology readiness level (TRL) for clinical applications.

Learning Objectives of Webinar

  1. Understand the basic principle of linear and non-linear Raman spectroscopic techniques for tissue and cell diagnostics.
  2. Grasp some unmet medical needs that can be addressed by spectroscopic diagnostics – with examples in infectiology, oncology and pathology.
  3. Understand the great potential that medical Raman spectroscopy has when it comes to complementing established clinical diagnostic tools.


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