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.
The price for best presentation at the EVBO summer school 2021 went to Dennis Nahon (NOCI PhD-student from LUMC) for the presentation of his work on ‘A Modular 3D NVU-on-a-chip model for studying vascular dementia’.
Paul Motreuil-Ragot, NOCI PhD-student at TU Delft, highlights the exploration of new techniques at TUD for manufacturing OoC, such as high resolution 3D printing.