José L. Flores-Guerrero proposes using Raman spectroscopy directly over the skin of patients as a painless and low-cost method that allows the identification of the substances needed for the diagnosis and prediction of diabetes.
Jose Luis is an early career researcher interested on cardiometabolic disease. His work has been centered on the characterization of new biomarkers for early detection of several diseases. Born and raised in Mexico, he has conducted formal research at the University of Glasgow, University of Helsinki and the University of Groningen (PhD). He collaborates with biophotonics researchers from The National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics, Mexico; working on the development of non-invasive instruments for the diagnosis of diabetes and microvascular complications.