Lympha-Sleep
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«Smart Sleep» Laboratory

Mega Project


Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation

075-15-2019-1885

On-line course «Lympha-Sleep»


Breakthrough Technologies in Neurobiology

Supervisor of the Project


Thomas Penzel

Groups

Technologies for Identifying Therapeutic Sleep Windows in Animal

The group of neurophysiologists is focused on the study the functions of the cerebral lymphatic system and developing in vivo methods for visualization of transparent lymphatic vessels of the brain of humans and animals. The group develops methods for analysis of brain drainage and cleansing processes using two-photon, confocal and electron microscopy, magnetic resonance imaging, electroencephalography, histological and morphological approaches.

Clinical and anatomical studies of the lymphatic vessels of the brain and spinal cord

The scientific direction of the group of neurologists is aimed at trial the safety of non-drug interventions (using methods of photodynamic exposure, loud sound and others) in the functioning of the blood-brain barrier and cerebral lymphatic system, intravital methods for visualizing transparent lymphatic vessels of the brain of relatively healthy individuals and patients; the clinical effectiveness of non-drug interventions (using methods of photodynamic exposure, loud sound and others) in the functioning of the blood-brain barrier and cerebral lymphatic system of patients suffering from d

Mathematical modeling of fluid movement in the brain during sleep

The group of mathematical modeling within the framework of the Project focuses on the problems of a complex model-theoretical analysis of physiological mechanisms.

Nonlinear Analysis and Machine Learning for the Development of Smart Sleep Technologies

The group of neurophysiologists is focused on the study the functions of the cerebral lymphatic system and developing in vivo methods for visualization of transparent lymphatic vessels of the brain of humans and animals. The group develops methods for analysis of brain drainage and cleansing processes using two-photon, confocal and electron microscopy, magnetic resonance imaging, electroencephalography, histological and morphological approaches.