Dr Evgeny Bogomolny
MSc, PhD (Ben-Gurion University)
Research | Current
- Biomedical optics/spectroscopy: Fourier Transform Infrared spectroscopy, Attenuated Total Reflectance spectroscopy, Light induced fluorescence, Raman spectroscopy, Fiber Evanescent wave spectroscopy, etc
- Signal processing and Multivariate analysis: Application of various mathematical algorithms for robust data acquisition. Linear and non linear discriminate analysis , Principal Compananet analysis, scattering correction, Artificial Neural network etc
- Biomedical concepts: Early detection of viral transfotmation, precancerous condition, drug resistance etc
My present research focused on the development and the validation of the innovative biophotonics system (optrode) for bacteria detection, which may serve many industrial branches such as food, water, pharmaceutical bioremediation etc. This optical fibre device will allow real time, sensitive and accurate bacteria enumeration in natural environment.
The system will comprise from diode pumped solid state lasers that excite stained/modified bacteria. Light from this laser is injected into a 2x2 multi-mode fiber coupler (excess loss 0.5dB, Opneti Communications Co., Ltd) via a coupling stage, shutter controlled by a DAQ card and other optical components.
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Bogomolny, E., Huleihel, M., Salman, A., Zwielly, A., Moreh, R., & Mordechai, S. (2010). Attenuated total reflectance spectroscopy: A promising technique for early detection of premalignancy. Analyst, 135 (8), 1934-1940. 10.1039/b920591h
- Bogomolny, E., Huleihel, M., Suproun, Y., Sahu, R. K., & Mordechai, S. (2007). Early spectral changes of cellular malignant transformation using Fourier transform infrared microspectroscopy. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 12 (2).10.1117/1.2717186