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Interview Emmet Mc Cormack

Professor Emmet Mc Cormack from University of Bergen (UiB) heads a research team focused on preclinical drug development in immunology and cell-based therapies. His work with time-domain fluorescence imaging demonstrates improved precision over conventional methods, enhancing targeted fluorescence and depth assessment.We have interviewed him about his involvement in the CoDaFlight project and the achievements he …

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Interview Maarten Kuijk

Professor Maarten Kuijk from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel is coordinator of the CoDaFlight project. We have interviewed him about the importance of Fluorescence Lifetime, the reason why he has initiated the CoDaFlight project, and what his expectations are. Why is fluorescence lifetime important? Well, I think fluorescence lifetime is very interesting, first of all everybody knows most normal cameras with normal …

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Interview Christian Dullin

Dr. Christian Dullin from Universitätsmedizin Göttingen is part of work packages 1,2 and 3 of the CoDaFlight project. In the project, Christian leads the user software development of the tdFLI instrument and the development of real-time algorithms for the analysis of the data. With other colleagues from Universitätsmedizin Göttingen, he focuses on the generation of validated proofs-of-concept on the use and advantages of tdFLI for different medical applications. Introduce yourself Hello …

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Interview Hans Ingelberts

Hans Ingelberts from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel is leading work package 2 of the CoDaFlight project. In this work package, the project members are building the next generation fluorescence lifetime imaging devices for clinical application. We have interviewed Hans about his role in the project and the main challenges of the project. Hello, I’m Hans Ingelberts, I’m a postdoc engineer …

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