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Biomedical Photonics

 
Biomedical photonics group Spring 2018

Group photo from SPIE Photonics West conference, San Francisco, Jan 2018

We use advanced optical microscopy techniques for studies of the penetration, distribution and activation of active compounds in skin and epithelial cells. The goal is to be able to understand the molecular and cellular processes involved in e.g. topical drug delivery, to improve prevention and treatment of skin cancer.

 

Two-photon microscopy 3D-image of human skin exposed to sulphorhodamine B.
323 x 323 x 100 um.
C. Simonsson

 

 

The research projects are highly interdiscplinary and involves collaboration with national and international collaborators, as well as local partners, e.g., Sahlgrenska University Hospital, and Centre for Cellular Imaging at Sahlgrenska Academy.

News

Installation of pulsecompressor

We have installed APE pulse-compressor unit on our experimental MPM system. Pulse duration at objective was reduced from 300 fs to < 100 fs. This is expected to significantly improve our experiments. More results to come...

/2018-10-19

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PhD defence

Hanna Thomsen successfully defended her thesis on "Biophotonics targeting pharmaceutical challenges" on September 14th.

Mor info under news.

/2018-10-10

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Two new publications!

Two publications from the group have just recently been accepted:

 /2018-10-01

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New group member!

Monika Malak started her PhD student position in the Biomedical photonics group on 2018-05-14.
Welcome!

/2018-06-20

 

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Contact Information

Marica B. Ericson

Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology, 412 96 Göteborg, Sweden

Visiting Address:
Kemivägen 9

Phone:
+46 - (0)31 - 786 90 30

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