DESCRIPTION OF THE GROUP
The Centre is a cluster of interdisciplinary laboratories located at the Ochota Campus, committed to bringinga new scientific quality into medicine and technology. Thanks to the work of outstanding scientific teams, over 160 grants are allocated and realized in CePT laboratories in cooperation with 110 scientific entities and 20 companies.The CePT laboratory consists of 3 environmental centres:
- Centre for Large Scale Biomedical Data Modelling and Processing(computing?),
- Centre for Physical and Chemical Research of Biologically Significant Systems and Materials,
- 11C and 15O Radiochemistry Laboratory
The centres constitute a part of the biomedical-biotechnological project of the Centre for Preclinical Research and Technology (CePT), which is being developed on the Ochota Campus.
Krzysztof Kilian Ph.D
THE LEADER OF THE GROUP
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Professor Grzegorz Chałasiński
THE LEADER OF THE GROUP
The Centre for Large Scale Biomedical Data Modelling and Processing operates high-performance computing clusters with data visualization and mass storage systems. The systems are available to CePT teams as well as external users for computing in biomedical sciences, including biomolecular modelling, biophysics and biochemistry.Centre for Physical and Chemical Research of Biologically Significant Systems and Materials integrates the research work of groups advancing the new methods and technologies to be applied in the diagnosis and prevention of civilization diseases.11C and 15O Lab is a radiopharmaceutical laboratory manufacturing isotopically labelled substances. The equipment enables to obtain radiotracers used in molecular imaging techniques (PET, SPECT) for the diagnosis of civilization diseases (oncology, neurology, cardiology), studies of physiological processes and molecular patterns of pathological changes, as well as in pre-clinical studies of new drugs.
- Chromatography: UPLC and nano- UPLC with MS detection¥Cultivation of thin layers and low- dimensional structures using molecular beam epitaxy (MBE)
- Atomic force microscopy – Contact mode (C-AFM) and non-contact (AC-AFM)¥Chemical force microscopy (CFM)
- Determination of magnetisation and magnetic susceptibility in the range of temperatures 2.0 to 800.0 K and fields 0.0 to 7.0 T.
- Photomagnetic measurements (with sample illumination) in the range of 200-2000 nm.
- Raman and/or IR spectra measurements, XPS spectra measurements¥ICP-MS and GC-MS analyses
- Synthesis of substances labelled with 118F, 11C, 68Ga and imaging small animals by PET/SPECT/CT techniques
- Storage of data (databases, digital biobanks, etc.), creation and maintenance of the analytical system (BigData, data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, etc.) and analysis of the image information