Our multi-omic approach

Our team of leading dermatolgy researchers and clinicians is driven by moving diagnostic frontiers to achieve a breakthrough for patients with skin diseases. From our multi-omics data, we identify the most valuable biomarker combinations and translate them into easy-to-use high-tech diagnostic tools, addressing unmet clinical needs.

Scientific publications

Histology based classifier to distinguish early mycosis fungoides from atopic dermatitis | 2023
Heidelberg University Hospital
Potentials of molecular differentiation between psoriasis and eczema in occupational dermatology | 2023
Gene expression based molecular test proves clinical validity as diagnostic aid for the differential diagnosis of psoriasis and eczema in formalin fixed and paraffin embedded tissue | 2022
German S1 guideline: Contact dermatitis | 2022
Psoriasis or eczema? One-year results from the DGUV research project FB323 with application of the Molecular Classifier in occupational dermatoses | 2022
Magnetophoresis in centrifugal microfluidics at continuous rotation for nucleic acid extraction | 2022
Lab on a Chip
Review on pneumatic operations in centrifugal microfluidics | 2019
Dermatologie in Beruf und Umwelt
Eczema or psoriasis? A special challenge in occupational dermatology | 2018
Lab on a Chip
Temperature change rate actuated bubble mixing for homogeneous rehydration of dry pre-stored reagents in centrifugal microfluidics | 2017
Experimental Dermatology
A novel molecular disease classifier for psoriasis and eczema | 2016
Chem Soc Rev
Centrifugal microfluidic platforms: advanced unit operations and applications | 2015
Science Translational Medicine
Intraindividual genome expression analysis reveals a specific molecular signature of psoriasis and eczema | 2014
Lab on a Chip
Miniature stick-packaging – an industrial technology for pre-storage and release of reagents in lab-on-a-chip systems | 2013
New England Journal of Medicine
Mutual antagonism of T cells causing psoriasis and atopic eczema | 2011
Lab on a Chip
Microstructuring of polymer films for sensitive genotyping by real-time PCR on a centrifugal microfluidic platform | 2010