Prof. Daniel Razansky

Fellow Member | Full Professor at Univ. Zürich
Razansky, Daniel
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SPIE Membership: 11.3 years
SPIE Awards: Fellow status | Senior status | 2019 SPIE Community Champion
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Area of Expertise: Medical Imaging, Optoacoustics
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Daniel Razansky is Full Professor of Biomedical Imaging at the University and ETH Zurich. He earned his degrees in Electrical and Biomedical Engineering from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology and completed postdoctoral training in bio-optics at the Harvard Medical School. He was previously Professor of Molecular Imaging Engineering at the Technical University of Munich and Director of the Laboratory for Multi-Scale Functional and Molecular Imaging at the Helmholtz Center Munich. Prof. Razansky is the inventor of a number of new bio-imaging techniques, which have been successfully commercialized worldwide, among them the multi-spectral optoacoustic tomography (MSOT) and hybrid optoacoustic ultrasound (OPUS). He has authored over 200 peer-review journal articles and holds 12 inventions in bio-imaging and bio-sensing disciplines. His laboratory is supported by multiple grants from the ERC, NIH, HFSP, DFG and industrial collaborators. Prof. Razansky has delivered more than 100 invited, plenary and keynote talks and participates on a number of editorial boards of journals published by the Nature Publishing Group, Elsevier, IEEE, the American Association of Physicists in Medicine. He is frequently organizing and chairing international conferences of the SPIE, OSA, WMIC and IEEE.

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