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Medical Sensors

Köhler Lab

To shape the future of the detection and progession monitoring of widespread diseases we are developing and testing novel medical sensors.

Köhler Lab

To shape the future of the detection and progession monitoring of widespread diseases we are developing and testing novel medical sensors.

About Our Research

(1) We interrogate the fundamental interactions of electromagnetic (EM) and optical energy and tissue and exploit them for sensing applications. (2) We research novel instrumentation designs for optimal illumination and energy coupling to tissue for sensing and therapeutic applications and (3) develop novel classes of sensors (including nanoparticles and novel sensing devices) for reading pathophysiological features of tissue, indicative of disease aiming to generate novel early detection paradigms. System development, data processing and in-vivo monitoring of biophysical processes are among the focus of our research group. Research from this group further feeds technological solutions in other research groups in the Institute and Chair.

Publications

Helmholtz Munich

https://push-zb.helmholtz-muenchen.de/frontdoor.php?source_opus=55861&la=en

2021 Medrxiv

Pouyan Mohajerani, Juan Aguirre, Murad Omar, Hailong He, Angelos Karlas, Nikolina-Alexia Fasoula, Jessica Lutz, Michael Kallmayer, Hans-Henning Eckstein, Anette-Gabriele Ziegler, Martin Füchtenbusch, Vasilis Ntziachristos

2019 Medical Physics

Serafeim Moustakidis, Murad Omar, Juan Aguirre, Pouyan Mohajerani, Vasilis Ntziachristos

Medical Sensors / Köhler lab: Contact

Dr. Philipp Köhler

Dr. Philipp Köhler

Group Leader

Helmholtz Munich, Building 56

Scientists

Shijia Chen

Shijia Chen

Ph.D student
Dr. Davide Di Giuseppe

Dr. Davide Di Giuseppe

Postdoctoral Fellow

Anna Gawehn

Student Assistant

Timon Grosch

Student Assistant

Alexander Ross

Ph.D. Student
Bernadette Scherer

Bernadette Scherer

Scientist
Dominik Selzner

Dominik Selzner

Ph.D. Student

Dr. Ravikumar Vaghela

Postdoc