Daniel Ostojic studied electrical engineering, embedded systems design and medical physics (FHO, USI and ETH). He obtained his MAS ETH in 2010 in Medical Physics from department of physics of the ETH-Z (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich). During his MAS, Daniel focused on design of a near-infrared spectroscopy sensor for monitoring of cerebral oxygenation monitoring in neonates. In 2010, Daniel joined the Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory (BORL) at the University Hospital Zurich as a scientific assistant, applying his skills in hard- and software development to advance the design of the Oxyprem sensor for neonatal cerebral oxygenation monitoring.
Develops hard- and software for non-invasive oxygenation monitoring NIRS. Combining design methodologies of user-centered design and design-for-safety, the NIRS as a technology is being gradually brought into neonatal clinical practice.