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Jürgen Brink

Managing Director / CEO


Mr. Brink is the managing director of the GmbH, a management consultancy, which is specialized in corporate strategy, mergers & acquisitions, and equity and loan financing.


Previously, Mr. Brink worked for many years managing projects in acquisition and project financing, M&A transactions and IPO consultancy at a number of banks and an international auditing firm, before becoming Director of Corporate Development / M&A at one of Germany’s largest family-run companies. Here, he was responsible for expanding an investment portfolio of c. 500 businesses worldwide.


Additionally, he has set up several start-up companies as founder and investor in the past.

Dr. Eric Nebling

Managing Director / CSO


Dr. Eric Nebling studied Chemistry in Hamburg (Germany) and did his PhD work in the department of biochemistry of the university of Hamburg in the biosensor field. He works at Fraunhofer ISIT in the department “Biotechnical Microsystems (BTMS)” as a research scientist since 1999. He is leader of the group “Biosensor Technology” and deputy head of the department “Module Integration”


Dr. Eric Nebling´s main field of work are protein based tests on electrical biochips. He was co-responsible for the BMBF-funded project “Silicon chip system for the biochemical analysis technique: Technical platform and system integration (SIBANAT)”.


Dr. Nebling was also ISIT´s project leader of the Fraunhofer project “in-vitro-Diagnostic-Platform” (ivD-MAVO and ivD-WISA; internal programs) and the BMBF-funded project “Cellfree Bioproduction”.

Lars Blohm

Managing Director / CTO


Lars Blohm is working as a research scientist in the department “Biotechnical Micro-systems” at the Fraunhofer ISIT since the year 2009. His main field of activity is the construction and development of biotechnical microsystems based on silicon technology. Furthermore, he develops automated measurement systems based on the electrical biochip technology for various analytical and diagnostic applications.


Previously, Mr. Blohm has studied electrical engineering at the West Coast University of Applied Sciences in Heide, Germany, after his training and working as an industrial electronics.


From 2001 to 2009 he worked as graduated engineer in the eBiochip Systems GmbH, a spin-off company of the Fraunhofer ISIT. There he was head of the research and development department and responsible for the development of automated bio-detection systems for pathogen and antibody diagnostics. In addition, he was project leader of several industrial as well as public funded projects.


In the course of controlling shareholding of Analytik Jena AG he took over as technical director to build a performance-oriented team in the technical division of the renamed company AJ eBiochip GmbH in 2007.

Jörg Albers

Senior Technical Director


Jörg Albers is working as a research scientist at Fraunhofer ISIT.

After finishing a university degree in the field of technical computer science, he first worked in industry as hardware and software developer for several years.

In 1996 he joined the Biosensor Technology Group of ISIT and took responsibility for micro controller based electrochemical readout systems. Further he worked on biosensors research in several national and international projects. Actually his work is focused on the development of different silicon based sensors which are main parts of the automated measurement systems for analytical and diagnostic applications.

Dr. Stephanie Kesgin-Schäfer

Molecular Biologist


Dr. Stephanie Kesgin-Schäfer studied Microbiology and Biochemistry at the Georg-August-University in Göttingen. For her Master Thesis she joined the department of biophysical chemistry at the Max-Plank-Institute in Göttingen. Afterwards she received a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Hamburg for her research in the department of biochemistry in the field of protein engineering utilizing unnatural amino acids.

In 2019, Dr. Stephanie Kesgin-Schäfer joined CAMPTON Diagnostics GmbH as a molecular biologists in the R&D department. Her work focuses on the development of molecular biological tests based on electronical biochips and the construction and testing of bioanalytical microsystems for diagnostics.

Lars Johansen

Quality Manager


Lars Johansen studied Biomedical Engineering with strong focus on quality management at the Technical University Berlin.

Starting 2001 until 2017 he worked in various product and process related positions in quality management at SIEMENS Healthcare GmbH, Erlangen. Especially to mention 7 years as manager and as quality management representative and safety officer.

Afterwards he joined the European headquarter of the in-Vitro-Diagnostic manufacturer Sysmex to further improve the quality management system.

In 2019 Lars Johansen joint CAMPTON Diagnostics as quality manager and is responsible for the implementation and successful certification of the quality management system.

Mats Rasmussen

Head of R&D Electronics


Mats Rasmussen graduated his university studies as an electrical engineering with a strong focus on microtechnologies and electronic systems at the West Coast University of Applied Sciences in Heide, Germany. Before that, he trained and worked as an electronics technician for four years.
After that, he studied microelectronic systems at the cooperative degree program of the West Coast University of Applied Sciences in Heide and the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg, Germany. He wrote his final thesis at the Fraunhofer Institute of Silicon Technologies ISIT in Itzehoe about the development of a measuring electronic for a multi-parametric sensor chip to monitors various parameters in liquid fluids.
With the successful graduation in 2019, he started subsequent employment as a graduate at the Fraunhofer ISIT in Itzehoe for six months. There he was responsible for the further development of the multi parametric measuring electronic and the construction and operation of a measuring setup.
In October 2019 Mats Rasmussen joined CAMPTON Diagnostics as development engineer and is responsible for the research and development of electronics.