Norman Lippok received his undergraduate training in physics engineering in Jena, Germany. He conducted his dissertation research on polarization and dispersion concepts for coherent imaging at the Physics Department, University of Auckland. Subsequently he worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the Bouma Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital's Wellman Labs, Harvard Medical School from 2014 until 2018 where he deepened his interest in functional and molecular tissue contrast. He was mentored by Prof. B. E. Bouma and A./Prof. B. J. Vakoc.

Norman is Instructor at Harvard Medical School and holds a research position at the Massachusetts General Hospital since 2018. His current interests evolve around high speed swept sources, swept frequency combs and coherent imaging strategies.


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