Politecnico di Milano
He published >100 papers, cited >5600 times. H-index=35. He’s also passionate about technology transfer and science divulgation.
He has published >450 papers, cited >30000 times (H-index: 92).
He is a Fellow of the Optical Society and the European Physical Society.
He is member of “Raman4Clinics” and of the International Society for Clinical Spectroscopy (CLIRSPEC).
Task leader in the CRIMSON biology unit dedicated to study cellular senescence.
Research Fellow at the Fondazione IRCCS INT, Milan. She is fully dedicated to study cellular senescence in CRIMSON biology unit.
Involved in preclinical studies for the dissection of the molecular basis of thyroid cancer onset and progression. These include: oncogene-induced senescence and related paracrine effects, and therapy-induced senescence.
Antonella Tomassetti, Degree in Pharmacy with experience in molecular, biochemical and cellular biology applied to cancer research. Senior researcher in the Unit of molecular therapies at Fondazione IRCCS INT, Milan.
Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology
In CRIMSON Juergen Popp is the leader of work package 1 “Broadband CRS in the fingerprint region”.
Thomas Bocklitz contributes to CRIMSON’s WP3.
Within CRIMSON, Tobias contributes to work package 1 investigating broadband CARS spectroscopy.
Cambridge Raman Imaging Ltd.
Matteo Negro is Chief Technology Officer and Director at Cambridge Raman Imaging Ltd.; he has more than 10 years experience with laser technology, first as a Researcher in Ultrafast Optics and Lasers and then as a Laser Engineer and R&D Manager in a medical laser company, part of the Lumenis Ltd. group.
Jena University Hospital
For CRIMSON, she coordinates the pre-clinical studies and uses the new device to be developed in combination with (immuno)histology and MALDI Imaging to investigate tumor immune cell interaction.
He is much interested to develop innovative biophotonics tools for medical diagnostics, especially for head and neck cancer.
Leone De Marco
Francesco Dello Vicario
Along with his work, Francesco is studying for the Master Degree in Computer and Automation Engineering (A.I).
Lightcore Technolgies (LCT)
Within the CRIMSON consortium he coordinates the research and development of the fiber-laser sources acting as the front-end for the planned imaging setups.