Early Stage Researcher
I believe that there are still many new and exciting discoveries waiting to be found, hidden within nature, and of beneficial use to humans and the environment.
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Teaching Assistant with Prof. Reijo Lappalainen
Research groups and research projects
Biomaterials technology, Dept. of Applied Physics & SIB-labs.
Project: Novel bioimpedance spectroscopic methods for assessing pathological alterations in oral mucosa
RESEARCH GROUPS - UEF
Tailored solutions for health care and medicine by 3D printing and coating (3DPMED)
Biomaterials technology group
Emran, Shekh; Laitinen, Kimmo; Lappalainen, Reijo; Myllymaa, Sami. 2020. Novel 3D printing-based probe for impedance spectroscopic examination of oral mucosa: design and preliminary testing with phantom models Journal of medical engineering and technology 44 8: 517-526. 2020
Emran, S; Hurskainen, M; Tomppo, L; Lappalainen, R; Kullaa, AM; Myllymaa, S. 2019. Bioimpedance spectroscopy and spectral camera techniques in detection of oral mucosal diseases: a narrative review of the state-of-the-art Journal of medical engineering and technology 43 8: 474-491. 2019
Emran, Shekh; Lappalainen, Reijo; Kullaa, Arja M; Myllymaa, Sami. 2018. Concentric Ring Probe for Bioimpedance Spectroscopic Measurements: Design and Ex Vivo Feasibility Testing on Pork Oral Tissues Sensors 18 10: 3378. 2018