Welcome to the Laboratoire d’Optique Biomedicale
Due to the retirement of Professor Theo Lasser, the Laboratoire d’Optique Biomédicale has been closed on December 31st 2017.
Thanks to the close collaboration between Professor Lasser and Professor Radenovic, the LOB website content remains available through the LBEN website.
“Standing on the shoulders of giants“
The Laboratoire d’Optique Biomédicale pursues research on optical functional imaging for life sciences and medicine.
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Our research efforts are focusing on
- Microscopy towards super-resolution for cell and tissue imaging.
- Optical Coherence Microscopy with various medical applications as
diabetes, Alzheimer disease, brain imaging etc.
- Novel spectroscopic concepts for medicine and lifescience
Dr. Paul J. Marchand has successfully finished his thesis.
Dr. Miguel Sison has successfully finished his thesis.
Dr. Séverine Coquoz has successfully finished her thesis.
Dr. Tomas Lukes has successfully finished his thesis.
The thesis of Dr. Lukes has been selected for the dean’s award at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague! Congratulations!
Dr. Azat Sharipov has successfully finished his thesis.
Launch of the new international H2020 AD-Gut project
Press release of the new article : A new lead in the quest to understand Alzheimer’s
Dr. Corinne Berclaz has successfully finished her thesis.
Dr. Stefan Geissbühler’s paper is published in Nature Communication
Dr. Stefan Geissbühler received the photonics price for his thesis.
Dr. Daniel Szlag has successfully finished his thesis
Dr. Stefan Geissbühler received the Heptagon award for his thesis.
Dr. Arno Bouwens has successfully finished his thesis.