Cellular and Molecular Technologies Lab

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.

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

Elena Petersen

Head of Cellular and Molecular Technologies Lab

Professional experience
MD, PhD, Deputy Dean for Research and Innovation Biological and Medical Physics School
Academic Interests
Contacts
Phone +7 926 716 90 00
Email petersen.elena.v@gmail.com

Inna Trusova

Executive secretary

Bader Avgustinos

I.M.SECHENOV FIRST MOSCOW STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSIT

GeneCenter Ludwig Maximilians Universität

Leibniz-Institute for Molecular Pharmacology

Macquarie University

Science Institute of Biology of the Komi Science Centre of the Ural Division RAS

ChemRar High-Tech Center

M.M. Shemyakin and Y.A. Ovchinnikov Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences