MIPT is one of the leading universities in the areas of physics, mathematics, and informatics. The institute holds a leading position in Russia in quality recruitment and qualified graduate training. Students and graduates of MIPT are representatives of an elite circle who, thanks to their interdisciplinary scientific surroundings, are able to fully realize their potential.
The unique “Fiztech System” is one of the best approaches to education, which explains its existence in an almost unchanged form for more that 60 years. Receiving a fundamental education in mathematics and physics and a preliminary acquaintance with the chosen specialization, along with the acquisition of skills in independent work already by the 4th course provides each student with the knowledge and experience of a full scholar. Thus, by the end of the program, students already have significant achievements in their chosen area of activity.
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Student life at MIPT is rich and diverse. Students actively combine educational activities with sports, participation in cultural events, as well as their creative endeavors. The administration at the institute strongly supports this initiative and cares about the welfare of its students. Thus, it is constantly working to expand the campus and interests of students.
Current projects: Development of personalized therapy for functional liver disorders based on transplantation of vascularized organoids. Development of the wound cover based on GAL-KO pig’s skin.
Application: Treating the chronic hepatic failure; wound treatment.
Details: Project involves creating of “artificial” liver tissues with the help of tissue nanoengineering methods to develop the technology of patient specific therapy of the functional liver failure.
The technological innovations include 3D cell process and device developments for all major tissue types, which follow a bionic concept in tissue engineering. The pharmaceutical innovations include the discovery of the mode of action of therapeutic proteins that leads to tissue regeneration (such as liver and skin).
Staff: about 20
MIPT students involved: more than 10
Supervisor: Elena Petersen MD, PhD, Deputy Dean for Research and Innovation Biological and Medical Physics School.