Drug delivery and Sensing (IDUN)

Head of Section: Anja Boisen

In the IDUN section, we are working on micro- and nano sensor development and microdevices for drug delivery.

The sensor projects are focusing on micro- and nanosensors as resonating strings, surface enhanced Raman scattering, electrochemistry on a disc and Raman spectroscopy. With these we can for example measure resonance frequency shifts of nanograms of material, perform rapid diagnostics and studies of molecular action of drugs and obtain finger-print spectra to identify unknown compounds.

Furthermore, we are focusing on micrometer sized containers as an oral drug delivery system. The microcontainers are fabricated in polymeric material. Following the fabrication, the microcontainers are loaded with drug using methods such as embossing, inkjet printing and supercritical impregnation. The drug-loaded microcontainers are then coated with a polymeric lid, and the microcontainers are tested in vitro and in vivo for oral drug delivery of for example insulin, antibiotics and vaccines.


MIDAS

coming soon

MIDAS - Micro medical devices and hardware hacking-based technology
En-Te Hwu

Pharmaceutical Technology

coming soon
Line Hagner Nielsen

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Anja Boisen
Sektionsleder, Professor
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 57 27

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Chengfang Pang Kamp
Adjunkt
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
0045 52768352

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En-Te Hwu
Gruppeleder, Lektor
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
53 81 52 66

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Fatemeh Ajalloueian
Lektor
DTU Sundhedsteknologi

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Kinga Zor
Seniorforsker
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 57 51

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Line Hagner Nielsen
Gruppeleder, Lektor
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 57 51

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Oleksii Ilchenko
Seniorforsker
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 57 33

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Tomas Rindzevicius
Seniorforsker
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 57 33