Are you interested to develop innovative wafer-scale microfabrication technologies for advanced silicon- and biodegradable technology-based Organs-on-Chip (OoC)?
Do you want to learn what it is like being a bioinformatician in a lab with predominantly biologists, read the post of our NOCI PhD student Maurits Unkel.
Renée Moerkens, NOCI PhD student from UMCG, is looking back on her PhD project which will be finalized in a couple of months.
Get to know Clémentine Boutry, NOCI researcher at TU Delft, and her interest in Biodegradable technologies for Organs-on-Chip.
Berend van Meer (NOCI/LUMC Researcher) together with Paul Vulto (Mimetas) and Bert de Vries (TU Eindhoven) in a podcast from BNR Eyeopeners “Medicijnen specifiek gemaakt voor jouw eigen lichaam” (in Dutch).
NOCI Postdoc Jean-Philippe Frimat was invited to write a piece in the journal “Epilepsie, periodiek voor professionals”, on how to replicate and analyze complex epileptic electrophysiological recordings using brain on-a-chip systems and automated analytical softwares. He will share it here in English.
Jens Puschhof, former NOCI PhD-student at Hubrecht Institute, is giving an inside to his PhD journey between organoids and organs-on-chips.
Femke de Vrij, NOCI researcher and Associate Professor at Erasmus MC, has been intrigued by the brain since her study Medical Biology . Here she describes what is so exciting about working on the BoC.
This week we received the great news that the NOCI Program will be continued for a second term of 5 years, until October 2027. Congratulatons to all!
Kieu Le, NOCI Postdoc at UMCG, takes a daily dive but not into the water to study aquamarine, but in a blood vessel to study infectious disease pathology.