Milica Dostanić, one of the NOCI PhD-students from TUD, gives a small insight into the group where she is doing her PhD.
During the corona-virus outbreak, the NOCI-researchers are confined to their homes to carry out the work that will eventually lead to the replacement of animal studies. Jeroen Stein (LUMC) wrote a blog about his daily life during the crisis.
Two NOCI PhD students Cayetano, Jens and other members of the Hubrecht team explain how a common E coli variant secretes a mutagen and induces a unique mutational signature upon chronic exposure inside gut organoids. This signature also occurs in some colon cancers.
The NOCI PhD candidates from UTwente in Enschede introduce themselves and show their research projects.
De Hugo van Poelgeest-prijs is de oudste Nederlandse prijs voor proefdiervrij onderzoek. De prijs wordt dit jaar uitgereikt op Wereld Proefdierendag (24 april) tijdens de Proefdiervrijborrel.
Abstract submission is now open for the EUROoCS 2020 meeting on 8-9 July 2020, in Uppsala Sweden.
On December 3rd and 4th 2019, all NOCI PhD-students and Postdocs traveled to the far north, to the city of Groningen, to participate in a practical training organized by the department of Genetics of the UMCG.
On the 10th of December 2019 there will be an episode of Klokhuis (18:23 on ZAPP / NPO3) on Mini-organs, featuring NOCI members.
Why does medicine not work equally well for everyone? At the annual Science Open Day, on Sunday October 6th at Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC), Laura Windt – PhD student in Prof. Dr. Christine Mummery’s lab – held a talk on a potential solution: Organ-on-Chip containing personalized stem cells.