> 12. Biophotonics devices for personalized diagnostics and wearables

Chairs: Evgeny Shirshin, M. V. Lomonosov State University, Moscow, Russia (coordinator)

This Session is devoted to devices that are already commercially available (or close to it) and implement advanced optical techniques as a final stage of "laser applications in life sciences. The session focuses on patient-oriented personalized diagnostics, including:

-      optofluidic devices for analysis of bioliquids

-      noninvasive skin analysis techniques,

-      optical methods for personalized adjustment of therapy,

-      smartphone-based imaging and sensing,

-      wearable optoelectronics for sensing,

-      functional NIRS etc.

The aim of the Session is is to show which concrete valuable information can be extracted using optical techniques and what are the new directions in applied biophotonics, focusing on physical mechanisms and technical aspects.

Gerwin Puppels, Erasmus Medical Center and River Diagnostics company

Raman applications for skin diagnostics


Maxim Darvin, Charité Universitätsmedizin, Berlin, Germany

Non-invasive assessment of antioxidant status of human skin using spectroscopic methods


Sehyun Shin, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea

Early detection of diabetic chronic kidney disease using microfluidic-based biophotonics


Vladislav Shcheslavskiy, Becker&Hickl GmbH, Germany

Clinical FLIM: from micro to macroworld




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