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Dr. Torsten Tonn

Technische Universität Dresden, Medizinische Fakultät Carl Gustav Carus

Torsten Tonn is Professor for Transfusion Medicine at the Medical Faculty Carl Gustav Carus, Technical University in Dresden. He is also CEO of the German Red Cross Blood Donation Service North/East. Prior to this position, he served as head of the cell and gene therapy unit of the Institute for Transfusion Medicine in Frankfurt/M. His interest is the improvement of quality and safety of cell based products and the translation of advanced cell therapies into the clinic.

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  • gene therapy
  • transfusion medicine
  • cell therapies

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Fitness test of motile cells

Analysis of single cells is never easy – and it gets even more difficult when cells are not fixed at a surface but freely moving. In this case, Raman-Trapping-Microscopy arrests motile (…)

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