- Optical tissue diagnostics - Biomedical spectroscopy
We employ Raman, FTIR spectroscopy, Optical Coherence Tomography, X-ray techniques and electron microscopy for biomedical diagnosis. Diseased skin and bone structural profile, and biofluids are of primary interest. Read more about Deep Raman spectroscopy and skin cancer screening.
- Biophysics of drug design and action - Computational modeling
We employ computational modeling methods to explore protein-, DNA-, membrane- interactions with small molecules with biological activity and drugs. Read more about Molecular Dynamics simulations on lipid bilayer models.
- Software for X-ray and neutron powder diffraction
- GSAS Data Watcher (add-in for GSAS-I)
- Body composition
IAEA supported program: Applying Nuclear Techniques to Design and Evaluate Interventions to prevent and control Obesity in Adolescents in South-Eastern Europe. Using FTIR techniques we measure the content of deuterium oxide in saliva. Outcome report on a recent European collaboration.
We are now in the process of quantifying deuterium oxide with Raman spectroscopy.