11th Workshop FT-IR Spectroscopy in Microbiological and Medical Diagnostic
Robert Koch-Institute, October 19-20, 2017
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ZBS 6 at www.rki.de Vacancies Publications

M.J. Baker (Glasgow, U.K.)
Developing Spectroscopic Processes for the Detection of Bacteria: Environmental, Surface Deposited and High Throughput

M. Baranska (Krakow, Poland)
Primary Cells vs. Cell Lines: in vitro Experiments and Spectroscopic Analysis

P.N. Bartlett (Southampton, U.K.)
DNA Detection and Discrimination Using Electrochemical SERS

G. Cardinali (Perugia, Italy)
FT-IR Applied to Microbial Identification and Stress Response Quantification: A Preliminary Balance and New Perspectives

J.P. de Vera (Berlin, Germany)
Raman-Spectroscopy for Life Detection on Mars and the Icy Moons in the Outer Solar System

M. Diem (Boston, USA)
Results from a Large-scale Lung Cancer Spectral Histopathology (SHP) Study

R.A. Dluhy (Birmingham, USA)
Direct Characterization of Stored Red Blood Cells Using Raman Spectroscopy

M. Ehling-Schulz (Vienna, Austria)
FTIR Spectroscopy – Biophotonics Meets Veterinary Medicine

M. Eisele (Munich, Germany)
Exploring Micro- and Nanobiological Tissue at the Nanoscale Using Infrared Nano-spectroscopy (Nano-FTIR)

C. Figoli (La Plata, Argentina)
Vibrational Micro- and Nanospectroscopy of Burkholderia contaminans Biofilms

P. Heraud (Clayton, Australia)
Infrared Spectroscopy Provides New Insights in Marine Science

O. Hertzberg, A. Bauer (Frankfurt/Main, Germany)
Mid-IR Photothermal Deflection Spectrometer Based on Quantum Cascade Lasers: Towards Non-Invasive Glucose Measurement

N.P. Ivleva (Munich, Germany)
Applicability of SERS in Combination with Stable Isotope Approach for Characterization of Microorganisms at Single Cell Level

J. Kneipp (Berlin, Germany)
Multiphoton Excitation and Vibrational Microspectroscopy of Plant Tissues

A. Kohler (As, Norway)
Model-based Pre-processing for Estimating Scattering and Absorption in Infrared Spectroscopy

C. Krafft (Jena, Germany)
Towards Translation of Raman Spectroscopy for Cell Identification into Clinical Laboratories

G. Longo (Rome, Italy)
Movement at the Nanoscale to Tackle Biomedical Challenges

K. Malek (Krakow, Poland)
FTIR spectroscopic imaging using standard and high magnification resolution: to detect inflamed and cancer cells in vitro and ex vivo

M. Mangold (Zurich, Switzerland)
Single-shot Microsecond-resolved Spectroscopy of the Bacteriorhodopsin Photo Cycle with Quantum Cascade Laser Frequency Combs

C. Marcott (Athens, USA)
Non-Contact Methodology for Obtaining Submicron IR Spectra and Images of Cells and Tissue

H. Muhamadali (Manchester, U.K.)
Quantitative Differentiation of Isotopically Labelled E. coli at Single Cell and Community Levels via Multiple Spectroscopy Techniques

H. Oberreuter (Fellbach, Germany)
Cross-border Salmonellosis Outbreak Linked to Fresh Sprouts – Analysis of Salmonella bovismorbificans - Isolates by FTIR-Spectroscopy –

L. Peixe (Porto, Portugal)
Application of FT-IR and MALDI-TOF MS for Bacterial Typing: A Current Standpoint

J. Rau (Fellbach, Germany)
MALDI-TOF MS and FT-IR Spectroscopy for the Identification and Characterization of Bacteria Isolated from Elephant and Rhinoceros

P. Rösch (Jena, Germany)
Cultivation-free Identification of Lung Bacteria by Means of Raman Spectroscopy

V. Shapaval (As, Norway)
FTIR Spectroscopy for Analyzing Lipids in Microbial Cells

G. Sockalingum (Reims, France)
Identification of Filamentous Fungi by High-throughput FTIR Spectroscopy and Supervised Chemometric Methods

M. Unger (Santa Barbara, U.S.A.)
Latest Advancements in Nanoscale IR Spectroscopy: Spatial Resolution, Speed and Spectral Range

M. Wagner (Vienna, Austria)
Functional analyses and targeted single cell genomics of microbes by Raman microspectroscopy

B.R. Wood (Clayton, Australia)
A New Infrared Spectroscopic Point-of-care Diagnostic for the Detection and Quantification of Pathogens in Red Blood Cells


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