Biomedical Engineering and Neuroinformatics
"Interfacing biology with electronics at the nanometer scale will enable earlier diagnosis of diseases like cancer."
Prof. János Vörös, Institute for Biomedical Engineering
The combination of life sciences and engineering principles continues to create intriguing perspectives for basic research, healthcare, and the enhancement of daily life. It will boost our ability to study, control, support, and repair organisms from single cells to the human body. Electrical engineering and information technology are at the heart of this effort.
Prof. Benjamin F. Grewe: Systems and Circuits Neuroinformatics
Prof. Richard Hahnloser: Systems neuroscience
Prof. Sebastian Kozerke: Biomedical Imaging
Prof. Kevan A. C. Martin: System neurophysiology
Prof. Klaas P. Prüssmann: Bioimaging
Prof. Markus Rudin: Molecular imaging and functional pharmacology
Prof. Marco Stampanoni: X-ray imaging
Prof. Klaas Enno Stephan: Translational Neuromodeling Unit
Prof. János Vörös: Biosensors and bioelectronics
Prof. Mehmet Yanik: Neurotechnology