Clinical study on UWB microwave radar for breast cancer detection

In collaboration with the Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology (Prof. Vogl, University Hospital Frankfurt am Main) I am studying ultra-wideband (UWB) microwave radar techniques for breast cancer detection. Moreover, microwave spectroscopy measurements have been conducted on breast biopsy samples.

The team also includes Dennis Wörtge (on photo, left), Dr. Babak Bazrafshan (on photo, middle), Dr. Frank Hübner, Prof. Thomas Vogl, Stefanie Goram and Prof. Viktor Krozer.

More information:

Goram, S.; Moll, J.; Wörtge, D.; Krozer, V.; Hübner, F.; Bazrafshan, B. & Vogl, T., Clinical Investigation of Breast Biopsies: Concurrent UWB Microwave Spectroscopy and Ultrasound Measurements, 12th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (accepted in December 2017), 2018

Wörtge, D.; Moll, J.; Krozer, V.; Hübner, F.; Bazrafshan, B.; Vogl, T.; Santorelli, A.; Popovic, M. & Nikolova, N. Prototype System for Microwave Breast Imaging: Experimental Results from Tissue Phantoms, 11th German Microwave Conference (accepted in December 2017), 2018