Christoph Krafft worked at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (Berlin, Germany) and obtained a PhD in biophysics at the Humboldt University (Berlin, Ger-many). After research in the field of Raman and infrared spectroscopy at the University of Missouri (Kansas City, USA), University of Technology (Dresden, Germany) and University of Trieste (Italy) he received his habilitation in 2007 about endospectroscopy for medical diagnosis. Since June 2008, he is a research group leader at the Institute of Photonic Technology (Jena, Germany) working on optical cell and tissue identification, in particular using Raman imaging, FTIR imaging and nonlinears microscopy.
A combination of low-resolution Raman spectroscopy (LRRS) and rapid acquisition of mean Raman spectra for the identification of cells (Conference Presentation)
Differentiation of MCF-7 tumor cells from leukocytes and fibroblast cells using epithelial cell adhesion molecule targeted multicore surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy labels
Classification of inflammatory bowel diseases by means of Raman spectroscopic imaging of epithelium cells
Structural alterations in rat liver proteins due to streptozotocin-induced diabetes and the recovery effect of selenium: Fourier transform infrared microspectroscopy and neural network study
Existing and future challenges of multi-dimensional microscopy and imaging for life sciences and biomedicine