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Göran Salerud

The research at my institution aims to provide people with the means to live a meaningful life. My research lies within the field of microcirculation, with a basis in biomedical optics. 

Technology, medicine & biology in healthcare

Research and teaching at IMT encompass the fields of technology, medicine and biology, with a task to support and develop the health services, with resources and front line research, which provides necessary conditions for a good and meaningful life. My own research often in cooperation with industry focus on the needs that arise within the microcirculation domain, where biomedical optics can be applied, creating added value at all levels.



Maria Ewerlöf, Tomas Strömberg, Marcus Larsson, E. Göran Salerud (2022) Multispectral snapshot imaging of skin microcirculatory hemoglobin oxygen saturation using artificial neural networks trained on in vivo data Journal of Biomedical Optics, Vol. 27, Article 036004 Continue to DOI
Motasam Majedy, Rolf B. Saager, Tomas Strömberg, Marcus Larsson, Göran E. Salerud (2022) Spectral characterization of liquid hemoglobin phantoms with varying oxygenation states Journal of Biomedical Optics, Vol. 27, Article 74708 Continue to DOI


Motasam Majedy, Marcus Larsson, Göran Salerud (2021) Evaluation of Tabulated Hemoglobin Absorption Spectra Using Collimated Transmission on Oxygenated Human Lysed Blood DIFFUSE OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY AND IMAGING VIII, Article 119200E Continue to DOI
Maria Ewerlöf, Göran Salerud, Tomas Strömberg, Marcus Larsson (2021) Estimation of skin microcirculatory hemoglobinoxygen saturation and red blood cell tissue fractionusing a multispectral snapshot imaging system: a validation study Journal of Biomedical Optics, Vol. 26, Article 200291RR Continue to DOI


Anne Kari Kvernebo, Takuma Miyamoto, Ane Hasle Sporast, Liv Kristin Wikslund, Svein-Erik Masoy, Liv Drolsum, Morten Carstens Moe, Göran Salerud, Kiyotaka Fukamachi, Knut Kvernebo (2020) Quantification of ocular surface microcirculation by computer assisted video microscopy and diffuse reflectance spectroscopy Experimental Eye Research, Vol. 201, Article 108312 Continue to DOI