Participation in European Conferences on Biomedical Optics (Munich, Germany)

A team of Orel State University and R&D Center of Biomedical Photonics (bachelor student Yulia Loktionova, masters’ students Ksenia Kandurova and Evgeniya Seregina, PhD students Ekaterina Bryanskaya and Igor Kozlov, researchers Viktor Dremin, Irina Makovik, senior researchers Evgeny Zherebtsov and Angelina Zherebtsova) participated in the international conference on photonics and biomedical optics European Conferences of Biomedical Optics (ECBO) (Munich, Germany).

Our team has presented the results of their research at the poster session. The studies were carried out in the framework of projects supported by the Russian Science Foundation and the grant of the President of the Russian Federation:

– Ekaterina Bryanskaya, Irina Makovik “Diagnosis of inflammatory diseases of the paranasal sinuses using digital diaphanoscopy“ (grant of the President of the Russian Federation for state support of young Russian scientists No. MK-2634.2019.8 “Development of technology for diagnosis of paranasal sinus pathologies based on visualization and analysis of low-intensity radiation scattering pattern“);

– Viktor Dremin “Assessment of age-related skin changes using hyperspectral polarization imaging“;

– Ksenia Kandurova, Evgeniya Seryogina, “Optical fine-needle biopsy approach for intraoperative multimodal diagnostics in minimally invasive abdominal surgery“ (RSF project No. 18-15-00201 “Clinical and experimental substantiation of multiparametric optical biopsy of hepatopancreatoduodenal zone organs for minimally invasive surgical operations”);

– Igor Kozlov “Analysis of changes in blood flow oscillations under different probe pressure using laser Doppler spectrum decomposition“ (RSF project No. №18-79-00237 “Flexible sensor matrix for blood perfusion registration in wearable electronics“);

– Yulia Loktionova, Angelina Zherebtsova, “Wearable sensor system for multipoint measurements of blood perfusion: pilot studies in patients with diabetes mellitus“ (RSF project No. №18-79-00237 “Flexible sensor matrix for blood perfusion registration in wearable electronics“). 



An oral report "Studies of age-related changes in blood perfusion coherence using wearable blood perfusion sensor system" was also presented at the conference.

The colleagues from other institutions showed interest in presented works and discussed the possibilities for further joint research.