For a long time, the department has been active in international activities.
DAAD end Erasmus+ Programs Kharkiv - Hannover, 2010 - 2017
Договор о сотрудничестве Циндаоский университет, 2017
Меморандум о взаимопонимании Leibniz Universitat Hannover, 2018
Presentation of the results of the work
Currently, one of the most pressing social problems in all industrially developed countries of the world is the development and implementation of new technologies to improve the quality of medical care, which is confirmed, in particular, by the priority directions of the Horizon 2020 program (ProgramEU “Horizon 2020 / H2020”) The use of modern information technologies can significantly improve the quality of functional diagnostics of various pathologies by providing the clinician with additional, extended information about the pathological process.
Despite the fact that in industrialized countries, according to statistics, only rhinosinusitis affects about 10% of the population, rhinology is one of the least endowed with evidence-based functional diagnostics of medical fields. This is manifested in the fact that, despite the capabilities of modern rhinomanometric equipment and the corresponding specialized software that allows determining and calculating aerodynamic performance with sufficiently high accuracy, there is no clear correlation between the subjective sensations of the patient and the characteristics of the nasal air flow.
The research problem is to increase the reliability of diagnosing nasal breathing disorders by analyzing the aerodynamic characteristics of the parietal air flow based on the manufacture and study of individual full-scale 3D models of the human upper respiratory tract.
The aim of the project is to coordinate international research to support the development of biomedical engineering in the direction of developing models and methods to increase the reliability of nasal breathing diagnostics through the introduction of rapid prototyping technology.
The project is based on the results of scientific and practical research of the project participants, which were obtained as a result of joint international programs: Program “Strategische Partnerschaften”, “Ostpartnerschaften” and Erasmus + Program KeyAction 1 – Mobility for learnersandstaff – Higher Education Studentand Staff Mobility during 2009- 2016
“Study of the theoretical and technical principles of human condition assessment, prevention, treatment and rehabilitation”, DR No. 0107U001541, “Study of theoretical and technical principles of diagnosis, assessment and correction of the medical and social condition of a person”, DR No. 0110U002532, “Theoretical foundations and concept of diagnosis and for the treatment of conditions threatening human life ”, DR No. 0117U002523, as well as in the framework of the agreement No. 360 / 08-11 of January 4, 2011 on scientific and technical cooperation with the Department of Otorhinolaryngology of the Kharkov National Medical University on the theme“ Study and modeling of acute and chronic pathological processes ENT organs to increase the effectiveness of their treatment ”, DR No. 0116U004985.
Presentation of the results of the work of the project manager from the Ukrainian side at a working meeting with Chinese partners, Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Changchun, China
Title: New techniques of label-free electrochemiluminescent detection of biologically important fluorescent amines
Aims and field of the project:
The purpose of the project is the development of new analytical techniques for detection of fluorescent biogenic amines that have significance for clinical diagnostics based on the phenomenon of electrochemiluminescence (ECL) which is a promising detection tool in the analytical chemistry of liquids combining a number of unique advantages over other detection techniques.
The development of new detection techniques for biologically important substances, in particular certain classes of amine compounds, is especially important considering vital role played by those amines of biological origin in the living organisms. Thus their assay and monitoring are important for the areas of biology and medicine, control of foods and beverages quality, and pharmacy.
The ECL method is a promising detection tool in the analytical chemistry of liquids. ECL is the luminescence that is produced from the relaxation of electron excited molecules formed in the course of electrochemically initiated reactions in the solution. The ECL method possesses a number of advantages over other detection techniques. It combines the advantages of electrochemical and chemiluminescent analytical techniques (high sensitivity, low noise, easy and precise temporal and spatial control of the reaction) and eliminates their main drawbacks
A working meeting with Chinese partners during the 17th ISEAC – 3rd ECL conference, Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Changchun, China