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Advancing the clinical translation of medical Raman techniques

In this webcast, we look at the potential of optical techniques, primarily Raman spectroscopy, in medical diagnostics - and the barriers to clinical translation. Details are given on the development of components and systems for use in monitoring antibiotic resistance, for example, as well as in cancer diagnosis and detecting viruses.

Speakers also discussed the barriers to getting medical technologies into hospitals, and what could be done on a research/industry/government level to advance the translation of Raman techniques.

Professor Jürgen Popp
Scientific Director, Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology

Dr Matteo Negro
CEO and CTO, Cambridge Raman Imaging

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