10th Workshop FT-IR Spectroscopy in Microbiological and Medical Diagnostic
Robert Koch-Institute, October 15-16, 2015
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ZBS 6 at www.rki.de Vacancies Publications

M.J. Baker (Glasgow, U.K.)
Investigating bacterial agents and human response to bacterial agents via IR spectroscopy

M. Baranska (Krakow, Poland)
High resolution imaging of single cells: Raman, FTIR, AFM and SNOM

P.W. Bohn (Notre Dame, USA)
Chemical communication in microbial communities probed by correlated Raman and mass spectrometric imaging

A. Bosch (La Plata, Argentina)
Evaluation of the metabolic fingerprint of human embryo-spent-culture media by FTIR spectroscopy: A non-invasive assessment of embryo for in vitro fertilization (IVF) technology

A. Deniset-Besseau (Orsay, France)
Resonance enhanced AFM-IR: On the way to single molecule

M. Diem (Boston, USA)
Cancer screening via infrared Spectral Cytopathology (SCP): Results for the upper digestive tract

R.A. Dluhy (Birmingham, USA)
Detection of mycoplasma with SERS

R. Goodacre (Manchester, U.K.)
Sniffing out bacteria: Non-invasive volatile organic compound analysis of patients with ventilator associated pneumonia

T. Grunert (Vienna, Austria)
FTIR spectroscopy in host-pathogen interaction

H.M. Heise (Iserlohn, Germany)
Infrared spectroscopy for fast characterization of fungi important in hygiene and agricultural sciences using micro-techniques

P. Heraud (Clayton, Australia)
Infrared spectroscopy: A new technique to understand the drivers of Southern Ocean primary productivity

R. Hillenbrand (Donostia - San Sebastian, Spain)
Nano-FTIR spectroscopy of individual protein complexes

W. Huang (Oxford, U.K.)
Label-free detection of single cell phenotype using Raman micro-spectroscopy

N.P. Ivleva (Munich, Germany)
Stable isotope (resonance) Raman microspectroscopic and SERS analysis of single microbial cells

J. Kneipp (Berlin, Germany)
Extending the capabilities of SERS in studies of cells

M. Kostrzewa (Bremen, Germany)
MALDI-TOF MS in microbiology - introduction of an innovative physical technology into diagnostics

W. Mäntele (Frankfurt/Main, Germany)
Photoaccoustic and photothermal infrared spectroscopy of skin: Options for non-invasive glucose measurement

C. Marcott (Athens, USA)
Looking inside single cells and tissue using nanoscale infrared spectroscopy

N. Mauder (Bremen, Germany)
Typing of bacteria via FT-IR spectroscopy - a complement for species ID by MALDI TOF MS?

U. Neugebauer (Jena, Germany)
Spectroscopic characterization of infections: Identification, localization, and antibiotic susceptibility of the pathogen

A. Novais (Porto, Portugal)
Going deep in the inter- and intraspecies differentiation of clinically relevant bacteria by MALDI-TOF MS and FTIR

L. Quaroni (Krakow, Poland)
Mid-infrared spectro-microscopy of living cells: Quantitative studies of reactions and metabolic networks

J. Rau (Fellbach, Germany)
MALDI-TOF MS and FT-IR for bacteria "from fish and chips"

F.S. Ruggeri (Lausanne, Switzerland)
New insights into individual amyloid aggregates structure by infrared nanospectroscopy

D. Schulze-Makuch (Berlin, Germany)
Applications of Raman spectroscopy to astrobiological investigations

V. Shapaval (Aas, Norway)
Semi-automated identification and tracing of food related microorganisms by FTIR spectroscopy

M. Wenning (Freising, Germany)
Identification and differentiation of food-related bacteria: A comparison of FTIR spectroscopy and MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry

B.R. Wood (Clayton, Australia)
Malaria diagnosis using ATR-FTIR spectroscopy


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