UA Bio-Raman Spectroscopy Lecture
Dr. Martin Isabelle
Senior Applications Scientist for Life Sciences.
Raman spectroscopy uses as a non-invasive and nondestructive diagnostic tool to analyse molecular changes in cells, tissues or biofluids.
Changes that are either the cause or the effect of pathological diseases. The studies and examples introduced in this bio-seminar will demonstrate that Raman spectroscopy is able to provide a wealth of biochemical information rapidly to improve understanding and help in the prediction of disease in research and clinical settings. Compared to other molecular and imaging diagnostics techniques, Raman spectroscopy is noninvasive, fast, low-cost and can achieve high chemical specificity in biological samples.
Juliane Weber | 520-621-5944 | julianeweber at email.arizona.edu
Douglas Cromey | 520-626-2824 | dcromey at email.arizona.edu
Torrey DeLuca | 847-848-7086 | torrey.deluca at renishaw.com