The role of the DBME in this project was the development of a model for a healthy man, based on the physiological parameters system, measured during exercise tests and evaluation of the quality of different physiological parameters for the reconstruction of the heart rate.
The influence of microwave radiation on the human brain was selected for investigation in DBME because the nervous system is most sensitive to external stressors.
Jaanus Lass is now Senior Research Scientist on biosignals analysis at the DBME.
Maie Bachmann is now Senior Research Scientist on EEG analysis at the DBME.
Several possible mechanisms of the low-level microwave effect have been discussed in the DBME during years [28-31].
For the first time, the studies performed in DBME proposed the theory and experimentally proved the mechanism behind the low-level microwave effect on the nervous system.
Optical methods for pulse wave shape, pulse wave velocity, and blood flow measurement were developed in the DBME.
Kristjan Pilt is now a Senior Research Scientist at the DBME.
Ivo Fridolin is now Professor of Medical Physics, Director of DBME.
The biofluid optics research in the DBME is based on a novel concept of the multicomponent dialysis monitoring, using optical techniques.
Jana Holmar is now a Senior Research Scientist at the DBME.