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Research and Development Center of Biomedical Photonics is a structural subdivision of the State Federal-Funded Educational Institution of Higher Education "Orel State University named after I.S. Turgenev" founded within the framework of the strategic project of the flagship university on September 29, 2017. R&D Center of Biomedical Photonics was formed on the basis of the Scientific-educational center "Biomedical Engineering" which was founded on January 28, 2010.

Submission of articles in a special issue of the journal "Diagnostics" is open

Journal "Diagnostics" (ISSN 2075-4418, IF 2.489, Q2) is currently running a Special Issue (SI) entitled “Optical Diagnostics in Human Diseases”. We take great pleasure to inform you that this SI is open for submission (deadline – 30 September 2020).  We will be very honoured if you are able to participate.

Successful completion of the scientific training at the Institute of neurology at University College London

Olga Stelmashchuk, the employee of the Laboratory of Cell Physiology and Pathology, has completed the scientific training at the Institute of Neurology, University College London as part of a “megagrant” on "Mitochondria as targets in the mechanism of neurodegenerative diseases".

Participation in the First interregional scientific and practical conference named after academician E. V. Schmidt " Engineering solutions and computer technologies in biology and medicine»

Participation in the First interregional scientific and practical conference named after academician E. V. Schmidt " Engineering solutions and computer technologies in biology and medicine»

Scientific training in the Institute of neurology, University College London

At the moment the employee of the Laboratory of Cell Physiology and Pathology (a graduate student enrolled in an educational/research organization) Olga Stelmashchuk has a long-term internship at the Institute of neurology, University College London (under the guidance of the leading scientist, Professor Andrey Abramov). The internship is carried out within the framework of the megagrant on the topic "Mitochondria as targets in the mechanism of neurodegenerative diseases".

Scientific training in Pushchino as part of a “megagrant”

12 and 27 Feb 2020 employees of the Cell Physiology and Pathology Laboratory completed the scientific training in Pushchino in the Laboratory of Intracellular Signaling of the ICB RAS as part of a “megagrant” on the topic “Mitochondria as a Target in the Mechanism of Neurodegenerative Diseases”.

Participation in the III All-Russian Scientific and Educational Congress with International Participation “Oncoradiology, radiodiagnosis and therapy”

A.V. Mamoshin, senior researcher at Research and Development Center of Biomedical Photonics, took part in the All-Russian Scientific and Educational Congress with International Participation “Oncoradiology, radiodiagnosis and therapy” (February 14-15, 2020, Moscow).

 

John Kiel scholarship and participation in SPIE Photonics West 2020

An employee of the Laboratory of Cell Physiology and Pathology of Orel State University and the Department of Histology, Cytology and Embryology of Sechenov University, a research associate of the scientific department of Retinoids company Gennadii Piavchenko is the first Russian who was awarded the prestigious John Kiel Award. The award was received for potential contribution in the field of biomedical photonics and optics (for joint work with the R&D Center of Biomedical Photonics).

Participation in the VII All-Russian School-Conference on Physiology and Pathology of Blood Circulation

February 3-6, 2020, the VII All-Russian School-Conference on Physiology and Pathology of Blood Circulation was held at the Faculty of Fundamental Medicine of Lomonosov Moscow State University. The section "Matters of the heart: electrical, mechanical and regulatory" was attended by the trainee researcher of R&D Center of Biomedical Photonics Evgeniya Seryogina (masters student on Biotechnical Systems and Technologies, Biomedical Photonics and Electronics direction).

Work on “megagrant” during the visit of the leading scientist

Intensive work continues as part of the implementation of the “megagrant” on the topic “Mitochondria as a target in the mechanism of neurodegenerative diseases”. Over the past week a series of experiments was conducted to determine the reactive oxygen species and the antioxidant protection in various areas of the brain.

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