9th Workshop FT-IR Spectroscopy in Microbiological and Medical Diagnostic
Robert Koch-Institute, October 24-25, 2013
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A. Hermelink (Berlin, Germany)
High spatial resolution Raman microspectroscopy - Applications in microbiology

P. Gardner (Manchester, U.K.)
The inherent problem of transflection-mode infrared spectroscopic microscopy and the ramifications for single cell analysis

A. Dazzi (Orsay, France)
Infrared nanoscopy applied to microbiology

L.D. Ziegler (Boston, USA)
SERS for biomedical and forensic applications: Monitoring in vitro processes of bacteria, human body fluids, and cancer cells

J. Kneipp (Berlin, Germany)
Nano-bio-interactions as revealed by SERS

R.A. Dluhy (Athens, USA)
Novel platforms for SERS-based sensing of infectious disease

N.P. Ivleva (Munich, Germany)
Raman microspectroscopy and surface-enhanced Raman scattering for biofilm analysis: Focus on stable-isotope technique

P. Rösch (Jena, Germany)
Raman spectroscopic identification of pathogens - A cultivation-free approach

A. Kaczor (Krakow, Poland)
Multi-methodological insight into the tissue: Raman and AFM imaging combined with immunohistochemical staining

U. Neugebauer (Jena, Germany)
Towards culture-independent characterization of pathogens recovered from the urinary tract

M. Laue (Berlin, Germany)
From emergency diagnostics to basic research - Electron microscopy in medical microbiology

R. Goodacre (Manchester, U.K.)
Enhancing Raman spectroscopy for rapid quantitative bioanalysis

J. Heberle (Berlin, Germany)
SEIRA, SNIM, QCL, UFTIR: Introducing new tools for vibrational biospectroscopy

F.L. Martin (Lancaster, U.K.)
Application of biospectroscopy to characterise cell-specific functionality based on chemical signatures: Applications to stem cell biology

W. Mäntele (Frankfurt/Main, Germany)
Mid-IR spectroscopy in medical diagnostics using tunable quantum cascade lasers: A complement or a competition to FT-IR-spectroscopy?

C. Krafft (Jena, Germany)
Progress in cell identification using Raman spectroscopy in combination with optical trapping and microfluidics

J. Rau (Fellbach, Germany)
Application of spectroscopic methods in a food control and animal health laboratory

R. Mendelsohn (Newark, USA)
IR Spectroscopy and imaging in skin biophysics: Barrier formation kinetics and lateral diffusion across the stratum corneum

B. Wood (Clayton, Australia)
Towards a rapid malaria detection & quantification system using attenuated total reflectance infrared (ATR-FTIR) spectroscopy

M.J. Baker (Preston, U.K.)
Spectroscopic investigations of surface deposited bacterial BW simulants

A. Bosch (La Plata, Argentina)
Insights into Burkholderia cepacia complex long-term infections through FT-IR spectroscopy

M. Kansiz (Mulgrave, Australia)
A new approach to achieving ultra high spatial resolution FTIR imaging - A biomedical tissue case study

M. Verdonck (Brussels, Belgium)
FTIR Imaging as a new tool to characterize immune cells in various biological tissues: Focus on secondary lymphoid organs and breast tumor infiltrating lymphocytes

S. Akkas (Ankara, Turkey)
A novel approach to aquatic ecotoxicology: Applications of FTIR spectroscopy

P. Heraud (Clayton, Australia)
New approaches to understanding ecosystem dynamics in the southern ocean involving phytoplankton using FTIR spectroscopy

M.C. Martin (Berkeley, USA)
3D Spectral imaging of biological samples with synchrotron FTIR spectro-microtomography

H.-Y. Holman (Berkeley, USA)
Synchrotron FTIR spectral microscopy reveals functional response of deep-sea microorganisms to the gulf of Mexico oil spill

S. Kazarian (London, U.K.)
Recent advances in FTIR spectroscopic imaging in transmission

M. Diem (Boston, USA)
Medical diagnosis by infrared spectral cytopathology (SCP)


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