Prof. Habil dr. Gerald Steiner
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Dresden University of Technology
Faculty of Medicine Carl Gustav Carus
Clinical Sensoring and Monitoring
Fetscher Str. 74
Education and academic degrees:
2008 Private Docent Dr.rer.nat.habil., Dresden University of Technology
1992 Dr.-Ing. with distinction „summa cum laude“ Dresden University of Technology.
1989 - 1992 Research Stipendium of the Staate Saxonia, PhD Student, Institute for Bioengineering, Dresden University of Technology.
1989 Diplom-Ingenieur of Biomedical Engineering with distinction „Excellence“, Dresden University of Technology.
1985 - 1989 Study Biomedical Engineering, Dresden University of Technology.
1984 - 1985 One year practical course “Biodemical Engineering” in the Hospital Aue, Dep. Biomedical Engineering.
1984 High school diploma, Extended Secondary School Bertolt Brecht Schwarzenberg.
Professional career and positions:
since 07.2009 Docent for Chemistry, responsibel for the courses in chemistry in the study of human medicine and dental medicine
27.08.2009 Habiliation in Analytical Chemistry about “Spectroscopic Imaging in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry”, Dresden University of Technology,
since 09.2006 Scientific Assistant, Clinical Sensoring and Monitoring, Faculty of Medicine Carl Gustav Carus, Dresden University of Technology,
fields of research: infrared spectroscopic imaging, characterization of brain tumors and tumor cells, neuronal stem cells.
07.2001-08.2006 Scientific Assistant, Institute for Analytical Chemistry, Dresden University of Technology (chair: Prof. R. Salzer)
fields of research: infrared spectroscopic imaging, biospectroscopy, multimodal imaging.
09.2000 - 07.2001 Post-Doc National Research Council, Institute for Biodiagnostics, Winnipeg, Canada, (chair: Prof. H.H. Mantsch).
1994 - 1999 Postdoctoral research fellow, Institute for Analytical Chemistry, Dresden University of Technology (chair: Prof. R. Salzer)
fields of research: optical spectroscopy, fiber optic surface plasmon resonance, biosensors.
1992 - 1994 Development engineer Grahnert Präcitronic GmbH, Dresden.
Other selected activities:
since 2004 Member of the German Society of Chemists (Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker – GDCh).
Member of ther German Society of Applied Spectroscopy (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Angewandte Spectroskopie – DASP).
1998 - 2004 Leader of two research projects in frame of extra research program “Reactive Polymers” founded by the German Science Foundation (DFG).
since 2004 Leader of numerus research projects in the field of biospectroscopy and spectrosocpic imaging.
Numerus awards in international conferences for oral and poster contributions.
Referee for the Jornal “Analytical Bioanalytical Chemistry” (more than 25 reviews), “Langmuir” and “Analytical Chemistry”.
since 2009 Reviewer for research projects of the German Science Foundation
optical spectroscopy of cells and tissue,
intra-operative functional imaging of brain,
spectroscopic imaging in medicine and material research,
6 contributions to books (selected chapters)
63 original papers (peer reviewed)
ca. 70 oral presentations (8 invited or key note lectures).