The Laser-Forschungslabor (LFL) at the LIFE-Center of the Hospital of the University of Munich is a medical-field-independent interdisciplinary research institution focusing on medical laser applications for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, biophotonics, and medical optics. LFL acts as a link between the medical community and the medicine-related industry. Furthermore LFL serves as an educational platform for physicians and students of different disciplines.
Fields of Activity • Lasermedicine for diagnosis and therapy • Biophotonics • Medical optics and optical sensors Range of Services • Mentoring: internships, Bachelor-, Master-, MD- and PhD-Theses • Consulting: Fluorescence-based diagnostics, clinical laser applications, photodynamic therapy, optical properties of biological tissue, light dosimetry • Safety aspects: laser safety and medical laser courses Research & Development Activities • Tissue differentiation by means of remission and fluorescence techniques • Photodynamic therapy • Laserinduced thermotherapy, soft and hard tissue ablation • Fluorescence lifetime microscopy • Confocal microendoscopy • Optical coherence tomography • Light application systems and fibre-based sensors • Tissue optics • Light dosimetry
LFL is Technology Partner for companies manufacturing medical laser systems, endoscopes, fibre-optic components, imaging systems, microscopes, fibre-based light application systems
Head of Lab PD Dr. Ronald Sroka
Laser-Forschungslabor (LFL) im LIFE-Zentrum, Klinikum der Universität München Feodor-Lynen-Str. 19 81377 München