International Research Collaboration

City

Harbin, China

About partner:
Harbin Medical University is listed in the official medical directories of WHO. The PhD degree awarded at the university is recognized by Russia without the requirement to audition and confirm the degree. It is a member of the Russian-Chinese Association of Medical Universities (RCAMU). The university conducts human genome research, solid tumor cytogenetic research, basic and clinical research on a series of spleen-sparing operations, research on the clinical application of homogeneous heart transplantation in situ. The university cooperates with some enterprises, such as the Pharmaceutical Research and Development Center between Harbin Medical University and Harbin Pharmaceutical Group, to facilitate the transformation of pharmaceutical technology into new products and lead the pharmaceutical industry in the northeast of the old industrial base to rapid development. Harbin Medical University has implemented more than 250 projects of the National 973 Project, 863 Project, and key projects of the National Natural Science Foundation.
Subject of cooperation:
Conducting remote educational events with the involvement of lecturers and the audience of WFNS (World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies).
Result of cooperation:
About partner:
Founded in 1955, the Federation is a professional, scientific, non-governmental organization with 130 member societies, including 5 continental associations, 119 national neurosurgical societies and 6 affiliated societies, representing more than 30,000 neurosurgeons worldwide.

City

International

Subject of cooperation:
Conducting educational events with the involvement of lecturers from the Asian Congress of Neurosurgeons (Asian Congress of Neurosurgeons), and students from ACNS member countries.
About partner:
The Congress was established in 1996 and first met in the city of Lahore (Pakistan). Subsequently, it was held in the capitals and major cities of the most actively developing Asian countries, such as Japan, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Turkey. This is one of the largest professional medical communities in the world, uniting neurosurgeons from 40 countries with 3/4 of the world's population. President of the Asian Congress of Neurosurgeons (ASNS) - Professor Yoko Kato (Japan).
Subject of cooperation:
Development of new modeling methods in Biomedicine based on discrete-continuous approaches in which biological cells are considered as individual objects, intracellular regulation is modeled by ordinary differential equations, and intercellular concentrations were described by partial differential equations. Application of these methods to modeling of various physiological processes.
Result of cooperation:

Joint research work with A. Bouchnita. Mathematical models and computer programs for describing the coagulation of blood in the stream considering biochemical reactions in the plasma and aggregation of platelets were developed. The terms of normal clot growth and thrombosis were obtained. Two articles are in print this year.

About partner:
Start of cooperation: 2018.

City

Heidelberg, Germany

Subject of cooperation:
Joint research with Prof. Willy Yeager on mathematical modeling of sepsis.
Result of cooperation:

The components of the system model describing the regulation of energy metabolism of cells in normoxia and hypoxia were developed.

About partner:
Start of cooperation: 2015.

City

St. Gallen, Switzerland

Subject of cooperation:
Joint research with Prof. Ludwig Burkhardt's group on “Mathematical modeling of spatial structure and functioning of lymphoid organs”.
Result of cooperation:

Parametric models of the geometry of the lymph node were developed. Models were developed and topological properties of a network of fibroblastic reticular cells were analyzed. The features of lymph flow in the network of lymph node conduits were studied.

About partner:
Start of cooperation: 2000.

City

Lyon, France

Subject of cooperation:
Mathematical modeling of various diseases and clinical trials on virtual patients.
Result of cooperation:

Joint research work with C. Dumontet, P. Nony. Mathematical modeling of variousdiseases: leukaemia, lymphoma, lymphodema, mucoviscidosis, thrombosis. Simulation of clinical trials.

About partner:
Start of cooperation: 2012.

City

Barcelona, Spain

Subject of cooperation:
Multiscale and spatial models of immune response.
Result of cooperation:

Joint research work with A. Meyerhans. The study of the spread of viral infection in body tissues on the basis of reaction-diffusion and hybrid discrete-continuous models of immune response.

About partner:
Start of cooperation: 2016.

City

Nashville, USA

Subject of cooperation:
Mathematical modeling of erythropoiesis and blood cancers such as multiple myeloma. Development of optimal chemotherapy methods for patients with multiple myeloma.
Result of cooperation:

Joint research work with M. Koury. The mathematical model was developed, computer calculations and comparisons with experimental data of erythropoiesis functioning on the basis of erythroblastic islands were carried out. The development of multiple myeloma and its effect on erythropoiesis were investigated. Various treatment protocols of patients were modeled and compared with clinical data.

About partner:
Start of cooperation: 2012.

City

Uppsala, Sweden

Subject of cooperation:
Development of new modeling methods in Biomedicine based on discrete-continuous approaches in which biological cells are considered as individual objects, intracellular regulation is modeled by ordinary differential equations, and intercellular concentrations were described by partial differential equations. Application of these methods to modeling of various physiological processes.
Result of cooperation:

Joint research work with A. Bouchnita. Mathematical models and computer programs for describing the coagulation of blood in the stream considering biochemical reactions in the plasma and aggregation of platelets were developed. The terms of normal clot growth and thrombosis were obtained. Two articles are in print this year.

About partner:
Start of cooperation: 2018.