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UMNIK-2022 Semi-Final

UMNIK-2022 Semi-Final in «Medicine and Health Protection Technologies» was held on November 1, 2022 Jury Panel included the following members:
Prof. Irina N. PUTALOVA, MD, PhD, Head of the Human Anatomy Department of OSMU, Expert of Healthcare; Galia R. BIKBAVOVA, MD, PhD, Prof. Assoc. of the Internal Medicine (Advanced Course) and Endocrinology Department of OSMU; Alexander N. SMERDIN, PhD in Engineering Sciences, Vice-Rector for Innovative
Development of the Omsk State Transport University; Prof. Assoc. Tatiana V. BOYKO, PhD in Veterinary Sciences, Head of the Diagnostics, Internal Non-communicable Diseases, Pharmacology, Surgery and Obstetrics Department, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Stolypin Omsk State Agricultural University;
Valery V. PEDDER, PhD in Technical Sciences, Chief Officer of the Research and Development Enterprise «METROMED».
Nine projects of OSMU students were presented to the experts, and seven of them were qualified for the UMNIK-2022 Final, which will be held on November 25:
1. Vera V. PODGURSKAYA, Prof. Asst. of the Pharmaceutical, Analytical and Toxicological Chemistry Department «Development of post-peel skin care products».
2. Nikolai KIRICHENKO, 3rd-year PhD Student of the Epidemiology Department, Junior research assistant of the OSMU Research Laboratory «Test system project for real-time PCR: “NETOS-polymorphism”».
3. Maria STEPANCHENKO, 2nd-year PhD Student of the Morbid Anatomy Department «Development of an ergonomic construction to optimize the workspace».
4. Eugenia KLUCHNIKOVA, 2nd-year PhD Student of the Pathophysiology Department «Development of precision diagnostics technology "implantation window" for increased efficiency of the in vitro fertilization procedure».
5. Marina KAZAKOVA, 2nd-year Resident of the Obstetrics and Gynecology №2 Department «Development of an electronic assistant in the treatment of women with postpartum endometritis after C-section».
6. Polina PAKHTUSOVA, 2nd-year Resident of the Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics (Postgraduate Course) Department of OSMU, research assistant of the OSMU Research Laboratory «Development of a diagnostic test system for enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay “Netoz-test”».
7. Anastasia PUKHA, 5th-year student of the General Medicine Faculty «Development of universal histochemical staining technology to improve the quality of biopsy diagnostics of GI-tract diseases».
UMNIK Competition attracts students, PhD students, and young scientists at the age of 18-30, citizens of the Russian Federation who have not previously won UMNIK Competition, and whose projects have scientific novelty, relevance, as well as the prospect of commercialization. The winners of the competition will receive a grant of 500 thousand rubles for one year for
research work.