Prof. Dr. Daniel Razansky
Academic Career and Research Areas
Professor Razansky’s (b. 1974) research lies at the forefront of the rapidly evolving area of molecular imaging sciences. As opposed to traditional anatomical imaging approaches, this multidisciplinary field aims at early diagnosis and improved classification of tissue function and stage of disease with highly potent applications in areas such as neuroscience, cancer research, and cardiovascular diagnostics. The particular focus is on the development of novel biomedical imaging tools based on optoacoustics, diffuse optics, ultrasound, and multi-modality approaches in order to enable imaging with high spatial and temporal resolution on different scales, from organ to cell.
Professor Razansky earned his MSc in electrical engineering and PhD in biomedical engineering from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology – and completed a postdoctoral training at Harvard Medical School.
- Human Frontier Science Program Award (HFSP 2016)
- ERC Consolidator Award (CoG 2015)
- German Innovation Prize (2014)
- Top 40 scientists under 40 list of the Capital Magazine (2011 and 2012)
- ERC Starting Independent Researcher Award (StG 2010)
Key Publications (all publications)
Deán-Ben XL, Razansky D: “Adding fifth dimension to optoacoustic imaging: volumetric time-resolved spectrally-enriched tomography”. Light Science & Applications (Nature). 2014; 3: e137.Abstract
Razansky D, Buehler A, Ntziachristos V: “Volumetric real-time multispectral optoacoustic tomography”. Nature Protocols. 2011; 6(8): 1121-1129.Abstract
Ntziachristos V, Razansky D: “Molecular imaging by means of multispectral opto-acoustic tomography (MSOT)”. Chemical Reviews. 2010; 110(5): 2783-2794.Abstract
Razansky D, Distel M, Vinegoni C, et al: “Multi-spectral optoacoustic tomography of deep-seated fluorescent proteins in-vivo”. Nature Photonics. 2009; 3(7): 412-417.Abstract
Vinegoni* C, Pitsouli* C, Razansky* D, et al: “Live imaging of drosophila melanogaster pupae with mesoscopic fluorescence tomography”. Nature Methods. 2008; 5(1): 45-47. (*) equal contribution.Abstract