Prof. Dr. Ingrid Hilger
- Research Group Leader "Experimental Radiology"
- Minimally invasive therapies (cancer, inflammation, etc.) based on nanoparticles
- Detecting interactions of nanoparticles with biological systems
- Testing of novel nanoparticles for diagnostic imaging
- Use of multivalent nanoparticles for radiological diagnostics and therapy
- Nanoparticle-based molecular imaging of living organisms
- Detection of molecular processes on living animals with fluorescent nanoparticles
Publications (the 5 most important)
- C. Busch, T. Schröter, T. Luge, M. Grabolle, M Wenzel, W. A. Kaiser, U. Resch-Genger, I.Hilger (2012). In vivo detection of FRET effects between IgG coupled near infrared fluorophores by multispectral imaging. Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, in press.
- E. Laabs, M. Béhé, S. Kossatz, W. Frank, W. A. Kaiser, I. Hilger (2011). Optical Imaging of CCK2/Gastrin Receptor-Positive Tumors With a Minigastrin Near-Intrared Probe. Investigative Radiology, 46(3), 196-201
- MR Lisy, A Görmar, J Pauli, U Resch-Genger, WA Kaiser, I Hilger (2008). In vivo near infrared fluorescence imaging of carcinoembryonic antigen express-ing tumor cells. Radiology 247, 779-787.
- V Deissler, R Rüger, W Frank, Al Fahr WA Kaiser, I Hilger (2008). Fluorescent Liposomes As Novel Contrast Agent For In Vivo Optical Imaging Of Edemas In Mice. Small 8: 1240-1246
- I Hilger, W Andrä, R Hergt, R Hiergeist, H Schubert, WA Kaiser (2001). Electromagnetic heating of breast tumors in interventional radiology: in vitro and in vivo studies in human cadavers and mice. Radiology 218, 570-575.