Research partners

We cooperate with scientists and clinics, to determine the effects of electromagnetic fields on biological systems according to scientific standards in order to provide evidence of concrete therapeutic benefits.  Some of our previous and current  research partners as well as their research topics are listed as follows.


Siegfried Weller Institute for Traumatology Research

Topic:

Influence of CIT-technology on primary osteoblasts


Clinic and Polyclinic for Trauma Surgery and experimental Trauma Surgery

Topic:

Influence of CIT-technology on the osteogenic differentiation of stem cells for bone regeneration


Mittelstand 4.0 Centre of Excellence Kiel

Topic:

Development of a wireless interface for use in a medical device environment




University of Southern Denmark

Topic:

Analysis of value proposition and patient journey regarding EMF therapy


Medical applications

Topic:

Influence of CIT-technology on the  regeneration of cell cultures damaged through oxidative stress

 


AG Immune regulation

Topics:

  • Influence of CIT-technology on the activation status and cytokine secretion of murine CD4+ and CD8+ T-lymphocytes
  • Influence of CIT-technology on the signal transduction after TCR stimulation in human T-cell lines


Department of Applied Cell Therapy

Topic:

Influence of CIT-technology on the differentiation and function of immune oppressive macrophage populations


Medical Clinic I - experimental Oncology

Topic:

Investigation of the influence of various CIT-parameters on the quantity and quality of the extracellular microparticles secreted by tumour cells


Computer Science VII

Topic:

Ontology based analysis and visualisation of the induced morphological changes of cells through CIT



 

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