Optische Diagnostik und Nanopartikel-Zellchirurgie

Our research group utilizes the unique possibilities of light to visualize and manipulate biological structures with high spatial and temporal resolution for biomedical research and clinical diagnostics.

With this motivation, we in the Hüttmann Lab are researching the physical and technical fundamentals of optical procedures for intravital microscopy and clinical diagnostics. Together with partners from biomedical research, the clinic and industry, new procedures and technologies are tested in an application-oriented manner. Research is currently focused primarily on coherent imaging techniques such as optical coherence tomography and holoscopy as well as multiphoton microscopy.

Current research includes:

Gereon Hüttmann is a member of the German Center for Lung Research (DZL). Together with Prof. König from the Institute of Anatomy, AG Hüttmann operates several multiphoton microscopes as part of the 2-Photon Imaging North (2PIN) user group.