Milica Dostanić has received the Travel Award for the presentation at the EUROoCS 2021 meeting. She presented her work on; ‘An engineered heart tissue platform with integrated pacing microelectrodes’.
Christine Mummery has contributed to the year book of Diligentia, De Koninklijke Maatschappij voor Natuurkunde. The article (in Dutch) “Pluripotente stamcellen bij hartziekten”.
Massimo Mastrangeli, NOCI Researcher from TUDelft, describes his journey into the world of Organ-on-Chip.
Eva Niggl, NOCI PhD student at the ErasmusMC, shares “how close to the human we want to get and how a Brain-on-a-chip will help us to!”
Standardization is needed for Organs-on-Chips to truly have societal impact. Andries van der Meer, NOCI researcher from the University of Twente about his passion for Standardizing Organs-on-Chips.
A closer look at your “intestinal microbiome”, by Jelle Slager NOCI Postdoc from UMC Groningen
For successful Organ-on-Chip research, combining multiple areas of expertise is crucial. This time a recipe for Organ-on-Chip fabrication by a biologist, NOCI PhD-student Renée Moerkens from UMC Groningen.
“A journey of a silicon wafer to become an organ-on-chip” by Hande Aydogmus, NOCI PhD Student at TU Delft
NOCI researcher Jens Puschhof from the Hubrecht Institute, group of Prof. Hans Clevers, defended his thesis with cum laude honors
Article review: Gut-brain axis interaction in Parkinson’s disease and the accuracy of recreating human physiology in model systems”, by Lena Koch, NOCI PhD-student at UTwente.