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150th ICB SEMINAR

on

Micro and Nanosystems in Biochemical Analysis 


October 12 - 14, 2016, Warsaw, Poland


Organised by

INTERNATIONAL CENTRE OF BIOCYBERNETICS

 co-chaired by:

Prof. Nicole Jaffrezic-Renault (France)
Prof. Dorota Pijanowska (Poland)

 

PROGRAMME OF THE SEMINAR

 


WEDNESDAY, 12 October 2016

OPENING OF THE SEMINAR

09:15 – 09:30

WELCOME ADDRESS by Piotr Ładyżyński (Poland)
Director of the International Center of Biocybernetics

 

Session I BIOSENSORS 1 In Memmoriam Prof. Marco Mascini
Chair: Nicole Jaffrezic-Renault

09:30 - 10:10 Giovanna Marrazza (Italy)
“Recent progress of affinity biosensors for biomedical applications”

10:10 - 10:40 Ilaria Palchetti (Italy)
“Electrochemical nanostructured biosensing platforms for miRNA detection”

10:40 - 11:10 Maria Minunni (Italy)
“Molecular diagnostic by optical based sensing”

 
11:10 - 11:30 COFFEE BREAK (20 min.)

 Session II BIOSENSORS 2
Chair: Giovanna Marrazza

11:30 - 12:15 Nicole Jaffrezic-Renault (France)
“Biosensors for the detection of virus and bacteria”

12:15 - 12:45 Tomasz Ciach (Poland)
“Influence of surface modification on bacteria, protein and cell adhesion”


12:45 - 13:45 LUNCH BREAK (60 min.)

Session III BIOSENSORS 3
Chair: Ilaria Palchetti

13:45 – 14:30 Jan Dziuban (Poland)
“From microfluidic lab-chips toward integrated biomedical analytical instrumentations”

14:30 – 15:00 Chia-Ming Yang, Yu-Chieh Hsu, Wei-Yin Zeng,
Hui-Ling Liu, Yu-Ting Xiao, Yi-Shiuan Yu (Tajwan)
“Portable multi-ion sensing system for biomedical laboratory and wearable electronics”

Wouter Olthuis, Y. Abbas and A. van den Berg (The Netherlands)
“Chloride ion sensing in concrete structures”


15:00 – 15:15 COFFEE BREAK (15 min.)

Session IV DNA-BASED BIOSENSORS
Chair: Michael J. Schöning

15:15 – 15:45 Thomas S. Bronder, M. Jessing, S. Scheja, A. Poghossian, M. Keusgen, M.J. Schöning (Germany)
“Electrical detection of tuberculosis DNA by means of polyelectrolyte-modified field-effect-based semiconductor sensors”

15:45 – 16:15 Chaix Carole (France)
“Recent strategies of DNA probe labeling and addressing on electrodes for the development of electrochemical biosensors”

16:15 – 16.45 Łukasz Górski, A. Bala, M. Jarczewska, R Ziółkowski, E. Malinowska (Poland)
“Electrodes modified with DNA and its analogues for determination of heavy metal ions”

16:45 – 17:15 Joanna Jankowska-Śliwińska, A. Paziewska-Nowak, M. Dawgul, D.G. Pijanowska, W. Torbicz (Poland)
“Intercalation based electrochemical DNA biosensors”

 


THURSDAY, 13 October 2016

 Session I MICRO - AND NANO-BIOSYSTEMS
Chair: Władysław Torbicz

09:30 - 10:15 Piotr Grabiec, P. Janus, K. Domański (Poland)
“Resonant MEMS/NEMS structures for complex bio-medical research”

10:15 - 10:45 Tomasz Kowalewski (Poland)
“Optical Tweezers combined with Atomic Force Microscope for micro and nano systems diagnostics”

10:45 – 11:15 Nicolai Starodub, O. Chub, M. Fedelesh-Gladynets (Ukraine)
“Matrix-programmed biosensors: peculiarities of formation and efficiency of application at the control of low molecular substances”

 
11:15 – 11:45 COFFEE BREAK (30 min.)

Session II MICRO- AND NANO-BIOSTRUCTURES
Chair: Piotr Grabiec

11:45 - 12:15 Alvaro Garcia-Cruz, K. Pasierbiewicz, P.U. Garcia-Cruz, D. Wolosz, K. Łępicka, K. Gawecka, P. Borowicz, K. Nikiforow, M. Mellah, M. Gryszel, M. Cieplak, P. S. Sharma, P. Pięta, K. Noworyta, E. Schulz, W. Lisowski, W. Kutner (Poland)
“N-nitrosoamines electrochemical determination using a conductive thio-salen cobalt polymer in processed meat”

12:15 - 12:45 Denise Molinnus, A. Poghossian, M. Sorich, C. Winzen, H.S. Willenberg, P. Siegert, F. Lisdat, M. Keusgen, M.J. Schöning (Germany)
“Towards a digital adrenaline biosensor: a useful tool for AVS”

12:45 – 13:15 Julija Razumienė (Lithuania)
“Thermally reduced grapheme oxide fractions for urea biosensor design: implementation and study”

13:15 – 13:45 Piotr Jasiński (Poland)
“Conducting polymers for biodegradable metallic implants and biosensors”


13:45 - 14:45 LUNCH BREAK (60 min.)

Session III POSTER SESSION

14:45 – 16:00

1. Synthetic receptors for electrochemical sensing of dopamine, Anca Florea, M. Tertis, C. Cristea, R. Sandulescu (Romania)

2. Gold nanoparticles@polypyrrole nanoparticles-based platform for electrochemical detection of serotonin, Mihaela Tertis, A. Cernat, D. Lacatus, R. Sandulescu, C. Cristea (Romania)

3. MIAP (PIKAOM) – a web-based platform to aid WSI computer analysis by pathologists and researchers, Tomasz Markiewicz, A. Korzyńska, A. Kowalski, Ż. Świderska-Chadaj, P. Murawski, B. Grala,M. Lorent, M. Wdowiak, J. Żak, Ł. Roszkowiak, W. Kozłowski (Poland)

4. Methods of interpolation for whole slide image processing, Łukasz Roszkowiak, A. Korzyńska, J. Żak, D. Pijanowska, Ż. Świderska-Chadaj, T. Markiewicz (Poland)

5. Colour slide for colour standardization procedure, implemented on the MIAP (PIKAOM) Platform, Jakub Żak, A. Korzyńska, Ł. Roszkowiak, D. Pijanowska (Poland)

6. The Role of Microscope Lamp Filament Colour Temperature in the Process of Digital Standardization of Histological Slides Acquisition, A. Korzyńska, Ł. Roszkowiak, J. Żak, D. Pijanowska, K. Siemion,T. Markiewicz (Poland)

7. Existing methods of evaluation of immunohistochemically stained tissue sections, implemented on the MIAP (PIKAOM) Platform, Anna Korzyńska, Ł. Roszkowiak, U. Neuman, C. Lopez, M. Lejeune, R. Bosch (Poland, UK, Spain)

8. The estimation of MetpiKi67 Index of Proliferation in samples from patients with Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma, Anna Korzyńska, Ł. Roszkowiak, J. Żak, D. Pijanowska, K. Siemion, W. Kozłowski, R. Maryniak, T. Markiewicz (Poland)

9. The texture Based Processing of Tissue Microarray Images, Łukasz Roszkowiak, A. Korzyńska, D. Pijanowska (Poland)

10. Electrochemical detection of pirarubicin by means of DNA biosensor, Agnieszka Paziewska-Nowak, J. Jankowska-Śliwińska, M. Dawgul, D.G. Pijanowska (Poland)

11. Investigations of cellular metabolism applying a light-addressable potentiometric sensor incorporated with 3D multi-chambers, S. Dantism, D. Röhlen, P. Wagner, T. Wagner, Michael J. Schöning (Germany, Belgium)

12. A new class of biosensors based on tobacco mosaic virus and coat proteins as enzyme nanocarrier, Arshak Poghossian, M. Bäcker, C. Koch, S. Eiben, F. Geiger, F. Eber, H. Gliemann, C. Wege, Michael J. Schöning (Germany)

13. Optimization of an enzyme-based multi-parameter biosensor for monitoring biogas processes, J. Pilas, K. Mariano, T. Selmer, M. Keusgen, Michael J. Schöning (Germany, Australia)

 


FRIDAY, 14 October 2016

 Session I CELL AND TISSUE ENGINEERING
Chair: Dorota Pijanowska

 09:30 – 10:15 Leonora Bużanska, M. Zychowicz, A. Figiel-Dąbrowska, W. Lech, P. Obtułowicz, M. Podobinska, A. Sarnowska, K. Domanska-Janik (Poland)
“Bioengineering strategies for in vitro culture of therapeutically competent neural stem cells”

10:15 – 10:45 Jan Biernat, Ó.E. Sigurjónsson, M. Másson, A. Milewska, M. Ostrowska (Poland, Iceland)
„Chitosan grafted onto glass as scaffold for mesenchymal stem cells culture”

10:45 – 11:15 Wojciech Święszkowski, M. Costantini, J. Idaszek, N. Celikkin, A. Kosik, J. Brinchmann (Poland, Italy, Norway)
“Bioprinting for tissue engineering”

11:15 – 11:45 Krzysztof Pluta, A. Samluk, K.E. Zakrzewska, D.G. Pijanowska (Poland)
„Genetically modified cells for Bioartificial Liver devices”


11:45 – 12:00 Closing remarks(15 min)


 THE EVENT IS CO-FINANCED FROM FINANCIAL SOURCES OF THE POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

 

 

 

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