Research interests

The development of novel imaging techniques for clinical applications is vital for the improvement of present medicine. Methods based on imaging are minimally invasive, increase patient comfort and provide additional information about the status of tissue.

In this project we focus on clinical information from light interaction with tissue to enable the application of minimally invasive functional spectroscopic imaging of blood vessels. Our aims are quantitative absorption imaging of blood vessels, extended with high-sensitivity up-conversion nano-particle imaging for visualizing biomarkers and assessing transport properties of blood vessels.


Biomedical Photonics

Research output

  1. Quantitative blood flow velocity imaging using laser speckle flowmetry

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

  2. Glow with the flow: Quantifying blood flow and photoluminescence signal in biological tissue

    Research output: PhD ThesisPhd-Thesis - Research and graduation internal

  3. Targeted labeling of an early-stage tumor spheroid in a chorioallantoic membrane model with upconversion nanoparticles

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

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