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Carlo Massaroni was born in Anzio (Rome) in 1988.
He received the B.S. Degree in Biomedical Engineering from Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma in December 2010. The Bachelor thesis title was "Perception Analysis of the form by the use of a numerical chessboard" and it was carried out in collaboration with the Bioinformatics Lab of the same University.
He received the M.S. Degree with highest honors in Biomedical Engineering from Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma in December 2012. His graduation Thesis was entitled "Preliminary validation of a respiratory apparatus simulator for the assessment of metrological characteristics of a optoelectronic plethysmograph".
With his thesis he won two relevant National Price. On September he has been awarded the 2013 SIAMOC Dissertation Prize by the Italian Society of Clinical Movement Analysis (SIAMOC) in recognition of the outstanding quality of his undergraduate research. On October he has been awarded the 2013 GNB Dissertation Price by the Italian National Bioengineering Group (GNB) for outstanding contribute in the field of Rehabilitation and Prosthetics.
From April 2013 to January 2014 he worked as Biomechanical Researcher in the Unit of Rehabilitation at Scientific Institute for Research IRCCS Eugenio Medea of Conegliano (TV), as Scholarship Winner and Assignee for 2013.
He was PhD Student in Biomedical Engineering at Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma from January 2014 to December 2016: he started working in the Laboratory of Measurements and Biomedical Instrumentation in January 2014, under the supervision of Prof. Sergio Silvestri.
In 2014 he has achieved the Professional Qualification as Industrial Engineer (Section A). He was Jury Aggregate Member as Topic expert in Biomedical Instrumentation during the State Examinations enabling the exercise of the profession of Engineer on behalf of Ordine degli Ingegneri of Rome. Section A - Industrial Section.
From February 2015 is Student Mentor for the International Biomechanics Society (ISB) in Instrumentation for Human Motion, Optoelectronic Systems and Optoelectronic Plethysmography.
On July 2015 he has been awarded the International Grant Travel Program Award by the International Society of Biomechanics (ISB) with the project "MoCBA - MOtion Capture for Breathing Assessment". MoCBA is an interdisciplinary project taking advantage of the research cooperation between the School of Sport & Exercise Sciences (SSES) at the University of Kent (Dr. Dickinson and Dr. Winter) and the School of Engineering, Research Unit of Measurement and Biomedical Instrumentation (UCBM) at the Campus Bio-Medico di Roma University. He is currently (until 22/04/2016) a Visiting PhD Student at University of Kent (Medway Campus, Kent, UK), where he is working in the Respiratory Clinic Unit.
On September 2017 he has been awarded the 2017 GNB Thesis Award by the Italian National Bioengineering Group (GNB) for outstanding contribute in the field of Biorobotics and Biomechanics.
2017 IEEE Sensor Council Travel Award (€ 1000) to attend the 2nd IEEE Sensors Summer
School on Optical Fibre Sensors at the University of Limerick, Ireland. 26th – 30th
June 2017 - Limerick, Ireland.
2016 European Society of Biomechanics (ESB) Travel Award (€ 400) to attend the 22nd
Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics (Respiratory Biomechanics
Session) - Lyon, France.
2015 International Society of Biomechanics (ISB) International Travel Grant (ITG2015) ($
2500) to fund the Research Project “MoCBA: Motion Capture for Breathing
Assessment” and to fund the foreign period of 6 months at University of Kent (UK).
Number of Publications: 43
Surgical planning and
simulation in esthetical facial surgeryTelemedicine o Biomedical engineering
Bone and cartilage disease
modeling, drug screening and gene correctionDirect differentiation of
pluripotent stem cells toward cartilage and boneBone reprogramming of fibroblasts
using defined factors Gene therapy for cartilage regeneration and repair in
regenerative medicine Signaling pathway of genes regulating cartilage
differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells.Molecular basis of mesenchymal
stem cells maintaining their stemness. Stem cell biology and technique
Medical Physics, Health
physics, Radiation detection, Technique of Radiation Therapy, Treatment
Planning in Radiation Therapy.
3D printing, computational
simulations and clinical radiology
Shape memory materials and
composites (bulk and thin film), Laser annealing and micro fabrication, Thin
films (characterization and materials/devices) Micro/nano mechanics, nano
patterning and indentation technology, Surface and optical properties of smart
materials. Advanced and novel materials.
Micro assembly and packaging, active
disassembly. Deployable and bi-stable structures. Materials selection Flight
mechanism in inserts Micro biomedical devices
Tissue & organ repair and regeneration, Tissue engineering, Wound healing,
Clinical medicine, dimensional tissue equivalent models, Novel wound and scar
remediation therapies, Chinese herbal medicine, Growth factor/extracellular
matrix protein complexes, Pharmaceutical and drugs
Image / signal processing,
Machine learning, Computer-aided clinical diagnosis and treatment selection
Scaffold Design For Tissue
Engineering, Composites hydrogels For Bone Repair, Electrospinning and
Electrospraying technology, Scanning and Trasmission Electron Microscopy, Image
Analysis For Porosity Measurements, Chemical And Physical Properties
Characterization Of Composite And/Or Polymeric Substrates, Injectable Composite
Cements For Bone Cavity Filling.
Connective Tissue, Drugs
Action, Microscopy, Protein Modeling, Bone Structure, Trace/major Elements,
Image Processing, Electromagnetism, Spectroscopy, Biometrics, Human Networks
Time-domain optical brain
imaging, functional near-infrared ectroscopy,
fluorescence measurements, analyses of
an optical properties of the media, development of optical imaging systems, brain
optics, clinical applications
Research Interest: Biofabrication, Selective laser sintering, Nanotechnology,
3D Printing Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering
models in rats and mice; myocardial ischemia; myocardial infarction
Since 2008 Paola Saccomandi
has been involved in research activities in the fields of biomedical
instrumentations and measurements applied to medicine. From 2008 to 2011 she
worked under the supervisio of Prof. Sergio Silvestri and Dr. Emiliano Schena
in the fied of mechanical ventilation. In particular she worked on development
of optoelectronic and fiber optic-based flow sensors, as well as on ventilatory
gases humidification. In 2011 she started her main research activity in the
field of laser ablation of cancer, with particular regard to pancreatic tumor.
She developed a mathematic model aiming to predic effects of laser light o
pancreas, in terms of ablated volume and temperature distribution. Since 2012
she has been investigating the field of invasive (fiber optic sensors,
thermocouples) and non-ivasive (based on diagnostic images) thermometry for
temperature monitoring during laser ablation of tumour. In this activity she is
actively collaborating with the team of research of the Institute for
Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology of J. W. Goethe Universität Frankfurt
am Main, headed by Prof. Thomas J. Vogl. Since 2013 she has been working in the
fied of optical characterization of biological tissue, aiming to estimate
optical properties of pancreas. She is collaborating with the team of
Biophysics Institute J. W. Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main, headed by
Prof. Werner Mäntele. In the framework of laser ablation for the removal of
pancreatic cancer, she has participated at the study approved by UCBM Ethics
Committee -ComEt UCBM-, Prot. N. 4011/2011. The study aims to treat with laser
ablation patients with inoperable pancreatic cancer. Since 2014 she is also
involved in the design and development of tactile sensors for robotic
Research Interest: His research interests concentrate on the
biosensors (e.g. living cell sensor, DNA sensor and protein sensor) and BioMEMS
Research Interest: Non-point source, soil heavy metal, absorbing Material, and restoration
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Former member of MGH, USA
International Journal of Immunotherapy and Cancer Research
Dr. Pierre Guertin
Laval University, Canada
Peertechz Journal of Gerontology and Geriatric Research
International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL), Portugal
International Journal of Nanomaterials, Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine
University of Siena, Italy
Archives of Renal Diseases and Management
Southeastern University, China
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