HoloMonitor users

You find HoloMonitor systems in use all over the world. Below you will some of our HoloMonitor users.  Peer-reviewed articles and other publications and conference papers discussing HoloMonitor applications and PHI's core technology here.

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  • QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute
  • Queensland Centre for Drug Target Screening and Characterisation, Queensland University of Technology
  • Monash University in Melbourne


  • Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • College of Public Health, Hebei Medical University
  • Brain Research Center, Tianjin Hospital

As a label-free, non-toxic imaging system, HoloMonitor M4 provides us the means to begin investi­gating the immediate reaction of melanoma cells to acute environ­mental and genetic stimuli.

Dr Robert Judson-Torres

University of Utah


  • Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Palacký University Olomouc


  • National Institute of Applied Sciences, Lyon
  • Department of Biology, University of Le Havre
  • IMS Laboratory, University of Bordeaux

HoloMonitor M4 is a fantastic tool, easy to use, non-invasive, giving very clean 3D cell images. Time-lapse results are fascinating. HoloMonitor carries the researcher in the close vicinity of cells. The software is also very impressive and intuitive, giving unique values on cell morphology (volume) and behaviour (mobility).

It is easy to rapidly obtain original cell information in response to many treatments. Price is very affordable. It is one of my best investment so far. The spectrum of applications is endless. I am fully convinced that this is the beginning of a new era for research.

Dr. Alain Geloen

National Institute of Applied Sciences, Lyon


  • Department Physiology and Pathology of Ion Transport, Leibniz-Institut für Molekulare Pharmakologie
  • Light Microscopy Facility, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)


  • Avidin Biotechnology
  • The Research Institute of Technical Physics and Materials Science


  • University of Tehran


  • Israel Institute for Biological Research (IIBR)
  • Sheba Medical Center


  • The Biophysics Institute (IBF), Genoa


  • School of Medicine, Kyushu University
  • Center for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine, University of Tokyo


  • Chemical Biology Research Center, Korea Research Inst. of Bioscience and Biotechnology (KRIBB), 2 units
  • Samsung General Hospital


  • Institute for Research in Molecular Medicine, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2 units


  • University of Bergen


  • Department of Transplantation, Jagiellonian University, Kraków


  • InnovaBio


  • Esco Micro Pte. Ltd.

HoloMonitor gives a totally new dimen­sion to our work.

Prof. Stina Oredsson

Lund University


  • Health and Society, Malmö University
  • Department of Biology, Lund University
  • Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Gothenburg

Hanna Wallin, Research engineer, Division of Clinical Chemistry and Pharmacology, Lund University, on our product App Suite.


  • Graduate Institute of Basic Medicine, Fu Jen Catholic University
  • Institute of Biomedical Sciences


  • Dep. of Biochemistry, Dumlupınar University
  • Dep. of Biochemistry, Ege University


  • MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine, University of Edinburgh
  • Imperial College, London


  • Department of Dermatology, University of California, San Francisco
  • Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of Iowa
  • Cell Biology and Human Anatomy, University of California, Davis
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences, Northeastern University
  • Vascular Biology Program, Boston Children’s Hospital
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University

The expansion of our existing collaboration with PHI is the result of productive utilization of HoloMonitor technology for non-invasive real-time cell cycle analysis in living cells. We are now developing state-of-the art applications multiplexing cell cycle and cell motility. The HoloMonitor platform offers unique 4-dimensional imaging capabilities that greatly enhance our understanding of both functions, which was previously unachievable by other technologies.

Ed Luther

Supervisor of Northeastern University’s Core Imaging and Cytometry facility