Role in the Centre
Dr Momot’s expertise in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), applications of these techniques to quantitative characterisation of tissues and materials, as well as molecular simulations, will support the Centre’s activities in the area of characterisation of molecular mobility and molecular environment of materials.
Dr Konstantin Momot received his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Novosibirsk State University and a Ph. D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Arizona. He joined Queensland University of Technology as a Physics academic in 2005.
Xia Y.; and Momot, K.I. Editors, 2016, Biophysics and Biochemistry of Cartilage by NMR and MRI Book Series: New Developments in NMR. The Royal Society of Chemistry (Cambridge, UK; ISBN 978-1-78262-133-1).
“Structure and Dynamics of Collagen Hydration Water from Molecular Dynamics Simulations: Implications of Temperature and Pressure” Madhavi, M.; Weerasinghe, M.S.S.; Fullerton, G.D.; Momot, K.I. J. Phys. Chem. B 2019, 123, 4901−4914.
“Assessment of collagen fiber orientation dispersion in articular cartilage by small-angle X-ray scattering and diffusion tensor imaging: Preliminary results” Tadimalla, S.; Tourell, M.C.; Knott, R.; Momot, K.I. Magnetic Resonance Imaging 2018, 48, 115–121.
“Rotational diffusion propagator of the intramolecular proton-proton vector in liquid water: a Molecular Dynamics study” Madhavi, M.; Weerasinghe, M.S.S.; Momot, K.I J. Phys. Chem. B 2017, 121, 10893−10905.
“Na+ and solute diffusion in aqueous channels of Myverol bicontinuous cubic phase: PGSE NMR and computer modelling” Larkin, T.J.; Garvey, C.J.; Shishmarev, D.; Kuchel, P.W.; Momot, K.I. Magn. Reson. Chem. 2017, 55, 464–471. (Special Issue on Diffusion NMR)