Joerg Martini works in PARC's optical detection team, where he advances flow cytometry techniques to enable sophisticated particle analysis for point-of-care applications. He also developed an implantable optical continuous glucose monitor, which was expanded to detect other metabolites in chronically ill or critically injured patients.
Prior to joining PARC, Joerg worked on multiphoton microscopy, human cartilage implants, nuclear protein export, and atomic force microscopy/spectroscopy. He holds a Ph.D. in physics from Bielefeld University in Germany.
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