Dr. Sergei G. Sokolovski

Individual Member | Senior Research Fellow at Aston Univ
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SPIE Membership: 10.5 years
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Area of Expertise: photobiology, electrophysiology, fluorescent microscopy, cell signalling, light perception, stress biology
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I have graduated from Byelorussian State University (MSc with Honours in Biochemistry) in 1989 and had got my PhD in Biophysics in 1993 (Natl. Acad. Sci. of Belarus). I've been awarded Young Scientists Prize (Natl. Acad. Sci. of Belarus) in 1995 for studies of phytochrome-mediated calcium ions translocation that related to cyclic nucleotides regulation which has also been awarded Best Publication in Plant Physiology. Since moved to UK universities I continued studying ion channels and cytosolic calcium regulation related to role of SNAREs in cellular homeostasis, nutrition and stresses. Since working for Dundee University I explore my knowledge in cell signalling to gain laser exploitation in cancer diagnostics and treatment in the inter-disciplinary field of laser optics, biophotonics, and medical spectroscopy diagnostics. I have over twenty years of experience in photobiology, biophysics, cell biology, and biotic and abiotic stress cell signalling. Academia and industrial collaborating work both national and international has resulted in over 36 publications (497 citations) including 3 chapters in invited books, and patent (US 13/164,452) owned by M Squared Laser System and three successful grant applications overall £2.0M.

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