Report of the NOCI-retreat 7-8 March 2019, organized in Utrecht by Renée Moerkens (UMCG), Jens Puschhof (Hubrecht), and Jeroen Stein (LUMC).
On Wednesday 19th of December, the department of Genetics and the iPSC/CRISPR Center of the UMCG in Groningen organized the 2nd hDMT/UMCG OoC Mini-symposium.
Understanding the human body is difficult. Especially if we don’t want to understand just any body, but specifically yours. What happens when you get sick? Why do you respond well to a certain drug or therapy while your neighbour does not? We are used to studying the...
Professor Cisca Wijmenga has been awarded the 2018 United European Gastroenterology (UEG) Research Prize for her outstanding work “A celiac mucosal barrier-on-chip model to investigate its role in initiation of celiac disease”.
Prof. Christine Mummery heeft de LUMC-Premie toegekend gekregen. Mummery ontvangt de premie voor haar brede verdiensten voor het LUMC, in het bijzonder voor haar wetenschappelijke prestaties.
Visit the IOOCS18 website for the latest information on keynote speakers, preliminary programme, registration and abstract submission.
Een artikel in 'Kennis In Zicht', een publicatie van UMCG over het NOCI programma.
The Netherlands Organ-on-Chip initiative (NOCI) financed by the Gravity programme of NWO is looking for several highly talented PhD students and junior postdocs.
Prof. Christine Mummery was recently elected as Vice President of the International Society for Stem Cell Research.
The research project NOCI (Netherlands Organ-on-Chip Initiative) has been awarded a prestigious NWO Gravitation subsidy (Zwaartekracht premie) of 18.8 million euros. The program is led by Christine Mummery, Professor of Developmental Biology at the LUMC and UT, and...