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ERI tomograph the solution that allows you to maximize the potential of EPR in your studies

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Thursday, June 3, 2021

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09:00 AM Europe/Warsaw

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WEBINAR III
Our third webinar will introduce our device- the ERI tomograph. We will show you how does it work, explain all the features and show examples of in-vivo applications. We will demonstrate how easily you can use it to measure the absolute value of oxygen level, pH, redox state and organic phosphorus. See for yourself about the research potential of ERI, and discover how our method can be complementary to the present ones. Reveal how combining the results may give you possibilities that you have never had before.
Presenter

Dr. Tomasz Czechowski

Dr. Tomasz Czechowski is a Director of R&D Department at Novilet.  He is a specialist in the field of EPR image reconstruction and medical physics. He graduated from Adam Mickiewicz University and received a Ph. D degree in 2001. He gained most of his experience during his working career in the USA. Dr. Czechowski held a Post Doc position at Denver University for two years, and a short term Post Doc position at Dartmouth University. He received a scholarship for  “Outstanding young scientists” awarded from the Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education. Since 2012 Dr. Czechowski is a member of EMR-PL “Polish Group of Electron Magnetic Resonance”.
Dr. Czechowski is an author of many articles and holder of several patents, with over 150 citations. So, far he was awarded with more than 15 prices for his research work. Since 2009 he has coordinated projects focused on ERI technology development.