Biomedical Engineering Lab

The laboratory conducts research in tissue engineered bioconstruction with targeted organ or tissue replacement functions. The process of bioconstruction involves tackling a number of interdependent issues, such as creating a brassboard of a two-circuit perfusion system meant for artificial revitalization of an extracellular biological, combined, or artificial matrix; developing a vascular graft based on a revitalized, homogeneous, collagen and elastic matrix; developing sustained release peptide-based drugs from defined and standardized mesenchymal stem cells cultivated in ex vivo expansion conditions.

The laboratory was founded in 2012 as part of the Bio-Business Incubator project. 

 Field of research 

The laboratory conducts research in tissue engineered bioconstruction with targeted organ or tissue replacement functions. The process of bioconstruction involves tackling a number of interdependent issues, such as creating a brassboard of a two-circuit perfusion system meant for artificial revitalization of an extracellular biological, combined, or artificial matrix; developing a vascular graft based on a revitalized, homogeneous, collagen and elastic matrix; developing sustained release peptide-based drugs from defined and standardized mesenchymal stem cells cultivated in ex vivo expansion conditions.

Vladimir Y.Abramov

Head of laboratory

Address
  • 204 KPM, MIPT, 9 Institutskiy per., Dolgoprudny, Moscow Oblast 141700