Alumni

Anatolii Abalymov
Research Scientist (Feb 2022 - Dec 2022)

During his work in our lab, Anatolii was involved into execution of RSF prject entitled Development of a system for the diagnosis of sentinel lymph nodes

After Skoltech Anatolii continued his postdoctoral research at Jozef Stefan Institute, Department of Enviromental Sciences, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Liza Maksimova
MSc student (2020 - 2022)

Title of MSc thesis:
Contrast agents based on microbubbles stabilized by albumin and decorated with nanoparticles and organic dyes for multimodal imaging
(Grade A+)

Published articles related to MSc thesis:
L. Maksimova et. al. Air-Filled Microbubbles Based on Albumin Functionalized with Gold Nanocages and Zinc Phthalocyanine for Multimodal Imaging, Micromachines, 2021

After Skoltech Liza continued her education as a PhD student at University of Basel, Department of Chemistry, Research Group of Prof. Dr. Jonathan De Roo, Basel, Switzerland.

Timur Ermatov
PhD student (2018 - 2021)

Title of PhD thesis:
Optical properties of hollow-core microstructured fibers modified by polymers and/or inorganic nano- and submicron particles

During his PhD Timur has contributed to 9 research papers in refereed journals: 1 in Nature Publishing Group (Light: Science and Applications), 1 in American Chemistry Society (ACS Photonics), 3 in Optical Society of America (2 in Optics Letters and 1 in Optics Express), 1 in American Physical Society (Physical Review B). Also, Timur has presented his results in 5 Oral talks in international conferences in the field of Photonics, and has contributed to 3 Patents in the field of optical sensors.

Roman Barmin
MSc student (2019 - 2021)

Title of MSc thesis:
Contrast agents based on gas bubbles for photoacoustic and ultrasound-driven applications
(Grade A)

Published articles related to MSc thesis:
R. Barmin et. al. Optoacoustic/fluorescent/acoustic imaging probe based on air-filled bubbles functionalized with gold nanorods and fluorescein isothiocyanate, ACS Omega
R. Barmin et. al. Air-filled bubbles stabilized by gold nanoparticle/ photodynamic dye hybrid structures for theranostics, Nanomaterials
R. Barmin et. al. Micro-Bio-Chemo-Mechanical-Systems: Micromotors, Nanozymes, and Microfluidics for Biomedical Applications, Advanced Materials

After Skoltech Roman Barmin continued his education as a PhD student at Uniklinik RWTH Aachen, Institute of Experimental Molecular Imaging (ExMI), Germany

Igor Sergeev
MSc student (2019 - 2021)

Title of MSc thesis:
Influence of photodynamic effect with the presence of inorganic nanoparticles on cell viability
(Grade A)

After graduation Igor continued his education as a PhD student at CPQM Skoltech (Biophotonics Lab)

Daniil Nozdriukhin
MSc student (2018 - 2020)

Title of MSc thesis:
Dual-modal contrast agents for SERS/OA imaging and flow cytometry
(Grade A)

Published article related to MSc thesis:
D. Nozdriukhin et. al. Gold Nanoparticle-Carbon Nanotube Multilayers on Silica Microspheres: Optoacoustic-Raman Enhancement and Potential Biomedical applications, Materials Science and Engineering: C, Volume 120, 2021, 111736.

After Skoltech Daniil Nozdriukhin continued his education as a PhD student at ETH Zurich (Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Multi-Scale Functional & Molecular Imaging Lab)

Alexander Novikov
MSc student (2018 - 2020)

Title of MSc thesis:
Theranostic device based on combination of High Intensity Focused Ultrasound and Infrared Laser
(Grade A)

After Skoltech Alexander continued his education as a PhD student at Technische Universität Berlin, Institute of Optics and Atomic Physics, Berlin.

Semoyn Fast
MSc student (2018 - 2020)

Title of MSc thesis:
Application of optoacoustic method to atherosclerotic plaques observation
(Grade B)

Nikita Kaydanov
MSc student (2018 - 2020)

Title of MSc thesis:
Development of an acoustic sensor for optoacoustic endoscopic application based on a microstructured optical waveguide
(Grade A+)

Published article​ related to MSc thesis:
S. Perevoschikov, N. Kaydanov et. al. Light guidance up to 6.5 μm in borosilicate soft glass hollow-core microstructured optical waveguide, Optics Express, 28, 19, 2020, 27940-27950

After Skoltech Nikita Kaydanov continued his education as a PhD student at EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany

Stas Perevoschikov
MSc student (2018 - 2020)

Title of MSc thesis:
Development of submicron multimodal capsules for diagnosis and therapy of prostate cancer
(Grade A)

Published article​ related to MSc thesis:
S. Perevoschikov, N. Kaydanov et. al. Light guidance up to 6.5 μm in borosilicate soft glass hollow-core microstructured optical waveguide, Optics Express, 28, 19, 2020, 27940-27950

After graduation Stas continued his education as a PhD student at CPQM Skoltech (Biophotonics Lab)

Sergei Perkov
MSc student (2018 - 2020)

Title of MSc thesis:
Phototherapy of subcutaneous hematoma and inflammations under optoacoustic monitoring.
(Grade A)

Published article​ related to MSc thesis:
S.A. Perkov et. al. Optoacoustic Monitoring of Water Content in Tissue Phantoms and Human Skin, Journal of Biophotonics, 2020;e202000363 [IF=3.02]

After graduation Sergei continued his education as a PhD student at CPQM Skoltech (Biophotonics Lab)

Maksim Mokrousov
MSc student (2017 - 2019)

Title of MSc thesis:
Bimodal Fluorescence & Photoacoustic Contrast Agent Based on Indocyanine Green/Polymer Composite Particles
(Grade A)

Published article​ related to MSc thesis:
M.D. Mokrousov et. al. Amplification of photoacoustic effect in bimodal polymer particles by self-quenching of indocyanine green, Biomedical Optical Express, 10, 9, 2019, 4775-4789 (IF=3.910)

After graduation Maksim continued his education as a PhD student at CPQM Skoltech (Biophotonics Lab)

Olga Gusliakova
Engineer of BioImaging and Spectroscopy Core Facility (Apr. 2019 – Dec. 2019)

Scholarship of the President of Russian Federation to study abroad during the 2019/2020 academic year
Name of university: Rutgers University | The State University of New Jersey (USA)
Supervisor from Rutgers university is Prof. Andrew Gow
Title of project: Microparticle Drug Delivery to the Distal Lung in the Context of Lung Injury
Duration of project: January 2020 – July 2020