Successful performance of students of Orel State University at the XI All-Russian Congress of Young Scientist

An interdisciplinary team of Orel State University students working at R&D Center of Biomedical Photonics and Сell Physiology and Pathology Laboratory (Dmitry Stavtsev – PhD student of the Department of Instrumentation, Metrology and Certification; Roman. Gneushev, Nadezhda Golubova, Yulia Loktionova - bachelors in Biotechnical Systems and Technologies and Instrument Engineering), took part in the XI All-Russian Congress of Young Scientists. They successfully presented the results of their research work. The Congress was held online on April 15-18, 2020 at the ITMO University (Saint Petersburg).

At the section "Biomedical technology, imaging, image processing, signals and spectra" (22 oral reports, 36 online participants) Dmitry Stavtsev was awarded a Diploma for the Best Report among PhD students on the topic "Evaluation of monoamines effect on astrocytic calcium signal changes " (co-authors – PhD Irina Makovik, supervisors – PhD Andrey Dunaev and Head of the Сell Physiology and Pathology Laboratory, Professor, Dr Andrey Abramov). The work was supported by the megagrant of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 075-15-2019-1877 at the Сell physiology and pathology laboratory. Also, Yulia Loktionova was awarded a Diploma for the Best Report among students titled "Assessment of blood flow redistribution in the microcirculatory bed during orthostatic and respiratory tests using wearable laser flowmeters" (co-authors – PhD student Elena Zharkikh, PhD Angelina Zherebtsova, PhD student Mariya Mikhailova, supervisors – PhD Evgeny Zherebtsov and PhD Andrey Fedorovich). This study was supported by the RFBR grant No. 20-08-01153 A.
The section chairs (Professor, Dr Valery Sizikov and associate professor, PhD Anna Kaznacheeva) noted the high level of all the works from our University. We congratulate our students on their successful participation in the Congress and wish them new achievements and victories!