12th Workshop FT-IR Spectroscopy in Microbiological and Medical Diagnostic
Robert Koch-Institute, October 10-11, 2019
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K. Banas (Singapore)
Reliable and robust model for fast identification and detection of counterfeited EBN products by using FTIR microspectroscopy

M. Baque (Berlin, Germany)
Supporting future "search-for-life" missions: spectroscopy analysis of biosignatures after space and Mars-like environment exposure

M. Chisanga (Manchester, UK)
Identification of industrially relevant bacteria in mixed microbial communities using Raman and SERS combined with stable isotopic labeling

A. Deniset-Besseau (Orsay, France)
Chemical speciation of abnormal deposits in kidney biopsy using infrared nanospectroscopy AFMIR

M. Diem (Boston, USA)
Infrared Spectral Detection and Classification of Macrophages

R. Dluhy (Birmingham, USA)
Characterization of Extracellular Vesicles Derived from Red Blood Cells Using Raman Spectroscopy and Machine Learning

M. Ehling-Schulz (Vienna, Austria)
Differential diagnostics of Bacillus cereus group members via machine learning based FTIR Spectroscopy

M. Godejohann (Utting, Germany)
QCL-Based IR Microscopy: The Power of Real-Time Chemical Imaging

Ph. Heraud (Melbourne, Australia)
Predicting growth temperatures for Southern Ocean phytoplankton past and present using infrared spectroscopy

I. Idini (Didcot, UK)
Changing the Face of Clinical Diagnostics Using Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy

A. Ismail (Montreal, Canada)
Implementation of the New Generation of Compact ATR-FTIR Spectrometers for Microbial Identification and Typing in Clinical Settings

N. Ivleva (Munich, Germany)
SERS Analysis of Microorganisms: Limitations and Applicability on the Single-Cell Level

M. Kansiz (Melbourne, Australia)
Life Science Applications using novel submicron simultaneous IR & Raman Microscopy - A new paradigm in vibrational spectroscopy

O. Klementieva (Lund, Sweden)
New light on Alzheimer's disease: Novel infrared nanoimaging of amyloid beta-sheet structures directly in the neurons

J. Kneipp (Berlin, Germany)
SERS of cells and of pure molecules (nothing compares)

K. S. Lee (Zurich, Switzerland)
Raman microspectroscopy to enable automated live sorting of isotopically labelled microbial cells for genomics and ecology

K. Malek (Krakow, Poland)
Eosinophils and neutrophils - a combination of Raman and fluorescence microscopy to determine their molecular differences

M. Marques (Coimbra, Portugal)
Widening the Frontiers in Forensic Profiling: Probing Burned Human Bones with Neutron and Optical Vibrational Spectroscopy

M. Martin (Berkeley, USA)
Brain Cell Phenotyping by Infrared Spectroscopy

N. Mauder (Bremen, Germany)
The Bruker IR Biotyper Development from Concept to Solution

U. Neugebauer (Jena, Germany)
Overview of phenotypic antibiotic susceptibility testing methods of pathogenic bacteria using photonic readout methods

I. Notingher (Nottingham, UK)
Raman spectroscopy and stable isotope labelling for monitoring host-pathogen interaction in live cells

A. Novais (Porto, Portugal)
At the front line of Klebsiella pneumoniae capsular polysaccharides knowledge: FT-IR spectroscopy as a cost-effective strain typing tool

L. Quaroni (Krakow, Poland)
Nanoscale Infrared Measurements of Intact Eukaryotic Cells

J. Rau (Waiblingen, Germany)
MALDI-TOF MS and FT-IR spectroscopy for potentially diphtheria-causing corynebacteria - cases and applications

P. Rösch (Jena, Germany)
The application of different Raman spectroscopic techniques on bacterial samples

V. Tafintseva (As, Norway)
Quality test for FTIR spectra and pre-processing of FTIR images using extended multiplicative signal correction

M. Tobin (Melbourne, Australia)
FTIR microspectroscopy of secondary mineralization in EphrinB2-deficient mice displaying brittle bone phenotype

B.Wood (Melbourne, Australia)
Detection of viral and immune response markers using vibrational spectroscopy


 

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