Participation in the I International Scientific and Practical Conference named after Academician E.V. Schmidt “Engineering solutions and digital technologies in biology, medicine and instrumentation”

April 9, 2021, students and staff of the R&D Center of Biomedical Photonics, and the Cell Physiology and Pathology Laboratory made online presentations at the I International Scientific and Practical Conference named after Academician E.V. Schmidt “Engineering solutions and digital technologies in biology, medicine, and instrumentation”:

 

The report by the 1st year student in Biotechnical systems and technologies Aleksandr Stolbov “Hyperspectral fluorescence imaging of skin” (A.N., Stolbov, supervised by V.V. Dremin): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uabd_AMC0Mg

 

The report by the 1st year student in Biotechnical systems and technologies Vitaly Nemov “The study of hyperspectral images of biological tissues to optimize the spectral composition of the multicolored semiconductor lamp radiation” (V.P. Nemov, P.Y. Arkhitsky, D.S. Kolganov, supervised by I.O. Kozlov, A.E. Chernyakov): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mM2nKIPg6I

 

The report by the 3rd year student in Biotechnology, research assistant of the Cell Physiology and Pathology Laboratory Margarita Mikenkina “Use of optical phantoms mimicking the fluorescence of FAD and protoporphyrin IX in human skin” (M.A. Mikenkina, P.A. Tagunov, M.A. Mezentsev, V.V. Shupletsov, supervised by V.V. Dremin): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kONF7VI8AkU. The study was supported by the Russian Science Foundation (project 21-15-00325 “The development of multimodal optical diagnostic technology for analyzing the structural and functional state of the liver during percutaneous needle biopsy”).

 

The report by the 4th year student in Instrumentation Yulia Loktionova “Application of portable laser analyzers to assess the effect of body position on capillary blood flow” (Y.I. Loktionova, supervised by E.A. Zherebtsov, A.A. Fedorovich): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nYD_dXLp9g. The study was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (project 20-08-01153 “Development of fundamental basis for the creation and application of wearable multichannel laser Doppler sensors of blood microcirculation in the diagnostics of cardiovascular system disorders”).

 

The report by the 1st year PhD student in Photonics, instrumentation, optical and biotechnical systems and technologies, research assistant of the R&D Center of Biomedical Photonics Ksenia Kandurova “Application of optical biopsy methods for the study of inoculated hepatocellular carcinoma in mice” (K.Y. Kandurova, V.V. Shupletsov, supervised by E.V. Potapova, E.A. Zherebtsov): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV41ggquJ4U. The study was supported by the Russian Science Foundation (project 21-15-00325 “The development of multimodal optical diagnostic technology for analyzing the structural and functional state of the liver during percutaneous needle biopsy”).

 

The report by the 1st year student in Biotechnical systems and technologies Denis Drozdov “Comparative analysis of perfusion recording by wearable and stationary laser Doppler flowmetry devices” (D.G. Drozdov, E.V. Zharkikh, Y.I. Loktionova, V.V. Dremin, supervised by A.V. Dunaev, V.V. Sidorov): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eyIYrVBsuE

 

The report by the 1st year Master’s student in Biotechnical systems and technologies Roman Gneushev “Optimization of the brightness control for the digital diaphanoscopic system” (R.Y. Gneushev, E.O. Bryanskaya, supervised by I.N. Novikova, V.V. Dremin, A.V. Dunaev): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spyreNFr0Y8. The study was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (project 20-32-90147 “Clinical and experimental substantiation of digital diaphanoscopy technology for diagnostics of maxillary sinus pathologies”).