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Raman4Clinics Annual Meeting

28 Apr | By Gabriele Hamm
We are pleased to announce the Annual Scientific Meeting of Raman4Clinics, which takes places in Belgrade, Serbia, 6-7 July 2017. The meeting aims for elaborating further networking between the Action members and nurture scientific discussions and future collaboration work. Achievements of the previous year will be discussed and new goals and milestones will be defined. The conference aims to identify new and improved approaches for user-friendly Raman spectroscopy techniques with increased sensitivity, specificity, resolution and speed. The European-wide round-robin Raman experiment of the Action will be another important topic of the conference. (current praxis of sample preparation, available Raman technology and commonly used data analysis procedures in the different laboratories etc).

Raman4Clinics, a European COST Action, pools European expertise to step forward in the field of novel, label-free and rapid technologies based on a wide variety of Raman spectroscopies for the clinical diagnostics of body fluids, bacteria, cells and tissues. International interdisciplinary networking opportunities are offered between scientists within biophotonics, chemometricians and physicians/clinicians. All participating research group are united in pursuing the goal of giving a major impetus in this vibrant field of research by aligning it to clinical requirements and application aspects (the unmet medical need) by means of COST as the best mechanism to progress the state-of-the-art. The Action creates a platform for scientific communication, exchange, collaboration and for new research activities, combining the partners’ expertise in technology, component, system and methodology development and medical application. As a result, novel technology portfolios for clinical diagnostics will emerge to the benefit of patients as well as to the economy.

For further information please contact Ms Gabi Hamm at Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology gabriele.hamm@leibniz-ipht.de

Category: Spectroscopy
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