Magnetism in biology and medicine in the interdisciplinary course on magnetism for non-core specialtiesтезисы доклада

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[1] Magnetism in biology and medicine in the interdisciplinary course on magnetism for non-core specialties / N. Perov, E. Shalysuina, T. Shapaeva et al. // Book of Abstracts International Baltic Conference on Magnetism: Focus on Biomedical Aspects. — Svetlogorsk, Russia, 2015. — P. 34–34. The interdisciplinary course on magnetism has been created and delivered in Moscow State University in 2014. Learning objective of this course is to acquaint graduate, undergraduate and PhD students, which are not specialized in physics, with the basic concepts and modern problems of physics of magnetic phenomena. The course consists on 16 lectures, in which the basic concepts in physics of magnetism and magnetic materials as a well as their applications in techniques, magnetic data storage, spintronics, optoelectronics, biology, medicine, geophysics, astronomy are presented in a very concentrated form. Special attention is paid to the discussion of the basic concepts of nanomagnetism and usage of magnetic nanoparticles in biology and medicine. In particularly, the mechanisms, advantages and disadvantages of magnetic drug delivery, magnetic separation, magnetic resonance imaging, magnetic hypothermia, magnetic biosensors, magnetic field detection of brain activity are discussed. The course will be useful and interesting for a wide audience interested in modern scientific problems and their practical applications.

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