Avsievich Tatiana


Researcher, M. Sc. (Physics)
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Education and degrees awarded
2016 – present    PhD student, Optoelectronics and Measurement Techniques Unit, University of Oulu
2013 - present     PhD student, Biomedical Engineering Department, 01.02.04 – Mechanics of Deformable Solids, Tambov State Technical University
2013    M. Sc. in Physics, Institute of Fundamental Biology and Biotechnology, Laboratory of Bioluminescent Biotechnologies, Siberian Federal University

Previous work and experience 
09.2016 - 05.2017    Researcher, University of Oulu (Finland)
01.2013 - 08.2015    Engineer, Biomedical Engineering Department, Tambov State Technical University, Russia
10.2012 – 12.2012   Trainee, Department of Experimental Physics IV, University of Bayreuth, Germany
01.2011- 08.2013     Engineer, Laboratory of Bioluminescent Biotechnologies, Siberian Federal University, Russia

Grants
2016       Travel-grant "Academic mobility",  Scientific training «Flow characterization in microvessel phantoms with complex geometry using Doppler optical coherence tomography» at the Optoelectronics and measurement techniques laboratory, University of Oulu, Finland
2015      Travel-grant "Academic mobility 2014", OCT4NDT symposium, Dresden, Germany
2015      Travel-grant Asia-ARVO 2015 (Association for research of vision and ophthalmology), Yokohama, Japan
2013      Foundation for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises in Science and Technology (U.M.N.I.K.)

Linquistic skills
Russian – mother tongue, English – intermediate

Professional skills
Experienced PC user: Origin Pro v8.1, Matlab.

Laboratory techniques and equipments experince: luminometer Lumat LB 9507, spectrophotometer Genesys 10 Bio UV-Vis, spectrofluorometer Fluorolog 3-22 (Horiba Jobin Yvon, France) and Aminco Bowman Series 2 - (Thermo Spectronic, USA), spectrophotometer Stopped-flow SX-20 to study transient and pre-steady-state kinetics of fast biochemical reactions, Swept Source OCT System (λ=1300 nm), Spectral Domain OCT System (λ=1300 nm) (ThorLabs OCS1300SS), OL-750 spectrophotometer with an integrating sphere (Optronic Laboratories, USA).

Scientific interests
Optical imaging, light and laser microscopy, spectroscopy, biomedical optics, optical coherence tomography, Doppler optical tomography, bioluminescence

List of selected publications

  1. Avsievich T.I., Frolov S.V., Proskurin S.G. Characterization of endoplasmic streaming in Physarum polycephalum using direction sensitive laser Doppler microscopy // Optical and Quantum Electronics. – 2016. Vol. 48, № 2. P. 1-10. DOI 10.1007/s11082-015-0362-4
  2. Avsievich T.I., Frolov S.V., Proskurin S.G. The effect of inhibitors of cellular respiration on self-oscillating motility in plasmodium Physarum polycephalum // Biophysics. – 2016. – Vol. 61, № 1. P. 59-66. DOI: 10.1134/S0006350916010036
  3. Avsievich T.I., Frolov S.V., Proskurin S.G. Spectral characteristics of sign-alternating self-oscillatory endoplasm mobility in a myxomycete plasmodium // Optics and Spectroscopy. – 2016. – Vol. 120, № 1. – P. 70–75. ISSN 0030-400X
  4. Avsievich T.I., Ghaleb K.E.S., Frolov S.V., Proskurin S.G. Endoplasmic motility spectral characteristics in plasmodium ofPhysarum polycephalum // SPIE Proceedings Journal, Saratov Fall Meeting 2014: Optical Technologies in Biophysics and Medicine XVI; Laser Physics and Photonics XVI; and Computational Biophysics, 94480H (March 19, 2015). – 2014. – Vol. 9448, P. 94480H –1- 7. doi:10.1117/12.2178309
  5. Proskurin S.G., Avsievich T.I. Spectral analysis of self-oscillating motility in an isolated plasmodial strand of – 2014.– Vol. 59, № 6. – P. 1143-1150.
  6. Potlov, A.Y. Forward problem of time-resolved diffuse optical tomography considering biological tissue deformation / A.Y. Potlov, T. I. Avsievich, S.G. Proskurin // Computational Biomechanics for Medicine X MICCAI 2015 Workshop: Proceedings of 18-th International conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Interventions. – Munich, Germany, 2015. – P. 53-65.

 

 

Last updated: 13.9.2016