Odjel za tehniku u medicini i biologiji
Prof. dr. Francis Hart sa Zavoda za fiziku, Sveučilište Sewanee, SAD, održat će predavanje
"Mechanisms for the Interaction of Physiological Strength Electric Fields with Cells"
u utorak, 28. travnja 2009. godine s početkom u 13.00 sati u dvorani D160 FER-a. Predvidivo trajanje predavanja je 45 minuta.
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Francis X. Hart
Tom Costen Professor of Physics
The University of the South
Sewanee, TN USA
- B.S. in Physics 1963 Manhattan College (New York City)
- M.S. in Physics 1965 Syracuse University
- Ph. D. in Physics 1967 Syracuse University
- Academic Position: The University of the South
- Instructor in Physics 1967
- Assistant Professor of Physics 1969
- Associate Professor of Physics 1973
- Professor of Physics 1981
- Department Chairman 1977-87; 1992-7
- The University of Salford (England); Visiting Research Fellow 1980-81.
- Faculty Research Participation Program; Oak Ridge National Laboratories; 1994-5; Summers 1995-7.
Sigma Xi Club; Secretary-Treasurer 1968-70; Vice-President 1972-74;
President 1978-80, 1990-92.
Tennessee Section: American Association of Physics Teachers; Vice-Chairman 1976-77, 1984-85,
1995-96; Chairman 1977-78, 1985-86, 1996- 97.
Tennessee Academy of Science.
American Association of Physics Teachers.
Southeastern Section: American Physical Society.
Bioelectromagnetics Society; Technical Program Committee 1992; Board of Directors 2005-8.
International Society of Bioelectricity; Board of Directors 1983-87.
IEEE Electrical Insulation Society (Associate).
Society for Physical Regulation in Biology and Medicine; Executive Council 1987-89; Chairman of
the Bylaws Committee 1986-96; Program Committee 1989-94, Chairman 1994; President-Elect
1998-9; President 2000-1.
The Bioelectrochemical Society
- Mathematical Modeling of the Interaction of Electric and Magnetic Fields with Biological
- Impedance Spectroscopy of Biomaterials
- Teaching of Physics
Publications in the last five years:
- An Analytical Model for the Calculation of the Change in Transmembrane Potential Produced by an Ultrawideband Electromagnetic Pulse. F. X. Hart and C. E. Easterly. Bioelectromagnetics, 25, 251-9 (2004).
- "Solvering" the Physical Pendulum. F. X. Hart. The Physics Teacher, 42, 150-3 (2004).
- Effect of Cell Electroporation on the Conductivity of a Cell Suspension. M. Pavlin, M. Kanduser, M. Rebersek, G. Pucihar, F. X. Hart, R. Magjarevic and D. Miklavcic. Biophysical Journal, 88, 4378-4390 (2005).
- Thermal Hysteresis of Bioelectrical Impedance in Frog Gastrocnemius Muscle, Measured In-Vivo.F. X. Hart, E. E. Davila-Moriel, N. J. Berner and R. L. McMillen. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 351, 2929-2934 (2005).
- Electric Properties of Tissues. D. Miklavcic, N. Pavselj and F. X. Hart. in "Wiley Encyclopedia of Biomedical Engineering", M. Akay, ed., Wiley, New York, Vol. 6, 3578-3589 (2006).
- Integrins May Serve as Mechanical Transducers for Low-Frequency Electric Fields. F. X. Hart. Bioelectromagnetics, 27, 505-8 (2006).
- Some Factors That May Determine the Frequency Response of Cells and Tissue to Applied Electrical and Mechanical Forces. F. X. Hart. Molecular and Cellular Biomechanics, 3, 235 (2006).
- Impedance Spectroscopy of Newt Tails. F. X. Hart, J. H. Johnson and N. J. Berner; IFMBE Proceedings, 16 190-3 (2007).
- Glycoproteins Bound to Ion Channels Mediate Detection of Electric Fields: A Proposed Mechanism and Supporting Evidence. O. V. Kolomytkin, S. Dunn, F. X. Hart, C. Frillot II, D. Kolomytkin, and A. A. Marino. Bioelectromagnetics, 28, 379-85, (2007).
- The Mechanical Transduction of Physiological Strength Electric Fields. F. X. Hart. Bioelectromagnetics, 29, 447-56 (2008).
- The Electric Field is a Sufficient Physical Determinant of the Human Magnetic Sense. S. Carrubba, C. Frilot II, F. X. Hart, A. L. Chesson, A. A. Marino. International Journal of Radiation Biology (In Press).
- Cytoskeletal Forces Produced by Extremely Low-Frequency Electric Fields Acting on Extracelular Glycoproteins. F. X. Hart. Bioelectromagnetics (In Press).