To develop new approaches combining visualization, diagnostics, and therapy (theranostics) using the synergy of last achievements of photonics, acoustics and material science for biomedical applications, and to bridge a gap between biophotonic research and clinical applications together with academic and industrial partners
Special fiber (photon crystal fibers, microstructured waveguides), photonic integrated circuits (PIC), optoacoustics, THz, quantum sensors, acoustics (focused ultrasound, sonoluminescence, tweezers), nanostructured materials (contrast agent, sensors, drug delivery carriers), microfluidics, surface modification – synergy in combination
Theranostics including imaging & sensing and light-, photodynamic-,sonodynamic therapy, surgical & diagnostic endoscopy, point-of-care diagnostics and health tracker (including data processing with artificial intelligence), robotic surgery
Sergei Perkov and Vasiliy Chernyshev have given invited talks on how math is being implemented in science. The lectures were organised by Skolovo Gymnasium in terms of the "Week of math".
The summer industrial immersion project "Development of immunomagnetic particles based on nano- and submicron particles for specific isolation of biomarkers" of our MSc students Olga Griaznova and Nikita Grishaev, that was cunducted in TetraQuant, has been chosen by the PQM Program as the best one.
Three PhD students from our lab received the Russian Presidential Scholarship to Study Abroad!
The scholarship covers teaching, visa processing, tickets, accommodation, medical insurance and even local transportation during their internships. Sergei Perkov, Maxim Mokrousov, and Alexey Kuzin will study at the Bar Ilan University, Tel Aviv University and Fudan University.
Julijana Cvjetinovic, Sergei A. Perkov, Maxim A. Kurochkin, Igor S. Sergeev,Sergey V. German, Yekaterina D. Bedoshvili, Nickolai A. Davidovich, Alexander M. Korsunsky, and Dmitry A. Gorin
Concentration Dependence of Optical Transmission and Extinction of Different Diatom Cultures.
Journal of Biomedical Photonics & Engineering (2023): 10.18287/JBPE23.09.010303
Sergei Perkov, and Dmitry Gorin.
Noninvasive, continuous fluorescence monitoring of bilirubin photodegradation.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2023). https://doi.org/10.1039/D2CP03733E
Aleksei Kuzin, Vasiliy Chernyshev, Vadim Kovalyuk, Pavel An, Alexander Golikov, Gregory Goltsman, and Dmitry Gorin,
In Situ Monitoring of Layer-by-Layer Assembly Surface Modification of Nanophotonic-Microfluidic Sensor,
Analytical Chemistry, 2022, DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.2c03909
A. M. Yashchenok, V. S. Chernyshev, E. V. Konovalova, R. Kholodenko, E. Tsydenzhapova, V. O. Shipunova, A. A. Schulga, S. M. Deyev, D. A. Gorin,
Anti-CD63-Oligonucleotide Functionalized Magnetic Beads for the Rapid Isolation of Small Extracellular Vesicles and Detection of EpCAM and HER2 Membrane Receptors using DARPin Probes,
Anal. Sens., 2022, e202200059, https://doi.org/10.1002/anse.202200059
Rudakovskaya, P.G., Barmin, R.A., Kuzmin, P.S., Fedotkina, E.P., Sencha, A.N., Gorin, D.A,
Microbubbles Stabilized by Protein Shell: From Pioneering Ultrasound Contrast Agents to Advanced Theranostic Systems,
Pharmaceutics, 2022, 14, 1236. https://doi.org/10.3390/pharmaceutics14061236
Roman A. Barmin, Elizaveta A. Maksimova, Polina G. Rudakovskaya, Alexey V. Gayer, Evgeny A. Shirshin,
Kirill S. Petrov, Daria A. Terentyeva, Olga I. Gusliakova, Olga A. Sindeeva, Oleg A. Klimenko, Roman N. Chuprov-Netochin, Alexander A. Solovev,
Gaoshan Huang, Anastasia V. Ryabova, Victor B. Loschenov, Dmitry A. Gorin,
Albumin microbubbles conjugated with zinc and aluminum phthalocyanine dyes for enhanced photodynamic activity,
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2022, 219. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.colsurfb.2022.112856
Bioactive ultrasound-driven microbubbles for theranostics
Project team: Gorin D.A., Yashchenok A.M., Chernyshov V.S., German S.V., Sindeeva O.A., Rudakovskaya P.G., Maximova E.A., Gusljkova O.I, Prikhozhdenko E.S.
Optical methods for monitoring the growth of the diatom
algae and their activity in the carbon dioxide capturing
Project Team: Dmitry Gorin, Alexander Korsunsky, Yekaterina Bedoshvili, Nickolai Davidovich, Sergey German, Sergey Luchkin, Julijana Cvjetinovic, Sergei Perkov, Yulia Zakharova, Elvira Bairamova
Noninvasive optical sensing
for personalized treatment of hemangioma
Project Team: Dmitry Gorin, Sergei Pekov, Viktor Vorobev, Sergey German, Sergey Gorodkov
New functional agents of hybrid imaging based on amphiphilic
polymers for the tasks of reproductive medicine
Project Team: Polina Rudakovskaya, Roman Barmin, Liza Maksimova, Roman Chuprov-Netochin
Comprehensive physical-chemical method for localizing of therapeutic agents within the target lymph node using magnetic control systems and submicron carriers
Project Team: Maxim Kurochkin
Development of multimodal contrast agents for diagnostics of sentinel lymph nodes
Project Team: Novoselova M.N., German S.V., Kurochkin M.A., Efimova O. and others.
Investigation of the effect of membrane macromolecules of extracellular nanovesicles on their surface activity and adsorption to interfaces
Project Team: Vasiliy Chernyshev
Photoacoustic technologies for early theranostics of metastatic tumors
Project Team: Dmitry Gorin, A.Yashchenok, M. Novoselova, S. German, M. Mokrousov, D.Nozdriukhin
Rooms 120, 103.1, 044
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology,
Skolkovo Innovation Center, Nobel st, Building 3,
On a subway train: reach "Skolkovo" station of Moscow Central Diameter D1, then take bus Sk1 to "Tatneft".
On a bus: from "Slavyanskiy bulvar" subway station take Sk express (bus) to "Tatneft".
Prof. Dmitry Gorin