Successful biomedical research requires collaboration between scientists from different specialties. Therefore, FBMI laboratories unite scientists and researchers of all five divisions with different specialties and specializations, to deepen the knowledge of both students and the scientific community and create joint solutions to solve the world’s biggest health care problems.
Educational and scientific laboratory of public health, biosafety and rehabilitation
The educational and scientific laboratory of public health, biosafety and rehabilitation promotes educational and scientific activities in the field of public health, biosafety and biosecurity, physical therapy and occupational therapy, biomedical cybernetics, regenerative and biopharmaceutical engineering.
The main task of the laboratory is the development and implementation of innovative methods and means of education (in particular, inclusive education), advanced training of specialists in public health and biosafety, physical therapy and rehabilitation technologies, biomedical cybernetics and engineering, as well as methods and means of rehabilitation assistance in in the field of health care and the scientific and practical foundations of telemedicine, evaluation of medical technologies, as well as the functioning of the electronic health care system.
The activity of the laboratory consists in conducting research on the development of products in the health care system (medical products, medicinal and disinfectant products, food products for special medical purposes and dietary supplements, etc.), methods and means of quality and safety control of such products.
Educational laboratory of biomaterials
The Laboratory of Biomaterials under the leadership of Luzan Olga conducts educational, methodological, scientific and informational activities aimed at ensuring the educational process in the field of biomedical engineering and biomedical materials, including the popularization of knowledge in this field.
Educational laboratory of medical electronics
The activity of the educational laboratory is related to the development of biomedical devices and systems that use microprocessor systems for medical purposes.The laboratory performs scientific work in accordance with the received grants: the TEMPUS project “Tempus Biomedical Engineering Educational Initiative in the Eastern Partnership Region” (Project number 543904-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-GR-TEMPUS-JPGR); doctoral dissertation “Information technology of non-invasive control of human heart temperature in conditions of regulated cooling and warming during artificial blood circulation” and other scientific projects.