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CLaSSiC students will be making a big splash at ASLMS 2017

Published: 15/02/2017
CLaSSiC students will be making a big splash at ASLMS 2017

EU Marie Curie project CLaSSiC students Charles Mignon and Irene Castellano have received three awards at the forthcoming ASLMS

The work by Irene Castellano titled 'Understanding photobiomodulation for human wound healing' has received a 'Keith Foundation Best of Photobiomodulation Session' award and was nominated for the 'Best Overall Basic Science and Translational Research' award and Charles Mignon has reveived a travel award.

C. Mignon, N.E. Uzunbajakava, B. Raafs, N.V. Botchkareva, D. J Tobin. 2017. The importance of the selection of optical parameters, cell culture conditions and treatment protocols in photobiomodulation in vitro: a multi-factorial analysis of the response of primary human dermal fibroblasts to visible and NIR light. Travel Grant Award. 37th Annual Conference of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, San Diego, CA, USA.

I. Castellano-Pellicena, N. E. Uzunbajakava, V. A. Botchkarev, M.J. Thornton. 2017. Understanding photobiomodualtion for human wound healing. "Keith Foundation Best of Photobiomodulation Session" 37th Annual Conference of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, San Diego, CA, USA.

 

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http://www.aslms.org/for-the-public/treatments-using-lasers-and-energy-based-devices/photobiomodulation

 

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