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Prof. Dr Jürgen Popp

// born in 1966, studied chemistry at the universities of Erlangen and Würzburg.

// After receiving his doctorate in chemistry, he completed post-doctoral work at Yale University before returning to the University of Würzburg, where he completed his habilitation in 2002

// He was appointed Professor for Physical Chemistry at Jena University's Institute of Physical Chemistry in 2002. Since 2006, he has also held the position of Scientific Director at the Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology (Jena)

// His research interests lie primarily within the field of biophotonics

// He has published more than 400 journal articles and is a Fellow of SAS and SPIE

// In 2012, he received an honorary doctorate from Babe?-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

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The potential and limits of Raman spectroscopy methods in medical diagnostics

Quick, comfortable diagnosis - von Prof. Dr Jürgen Popp

As the proportion of elderly people in the population continues to rise, we are facing the growing challenge of providing affordable and ­sustainable healthcare systems. An impending collapse of these ­systems can be avoided only by developing new methods and ­equipment that enable disease to be detected and tackled as early ­as possible. Ideally, this would be no later than the occurrence of initial disease-driven changes at a molecular level.