The main focus of our research group is the use of nanosized materials and their application in life science, including but not limited to cancer therapy or contrast agents for non-invasive imaging. More detailed information concerning our research can be found on the page Research.
These non-invasive imaging techniques make use of fluorescence and bioluminescence imaging in small animal models, or image-based flow cytometry for detection of rare samples (e.g. circulating cancer cells, exosomes). For more information, go to Research Tools.
January 2023: New Publication
New publication with the group of Prof. Dr. Carine Wouters and Prof. Dr. Patrick Matthys from the Rega Institute KU Leuven in EMBO reports. Congratulations to all the authors.
January 2021: New Website
Launch of our new website! Welcome to our new website. We hope this will increase our visibility in science!
December 2020: Happy New Year
Our group is wishing every one a merry Christmas and happy New Year! Cheers to 2021!
We are always happy to collaborate on any projects where our expertise would be beneficial. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any information or project ideas:
Dr. Bella Manshian: email@example.com
Nanomedicine, collaborative project ideas
Dr. Stefaan Soenen: firstname.lastname@example.org
NanoHealth and Optical Imaging Group
KU Leuven Department of Imaging and Pathology
Herestraat 49, O&N 1, bus 505