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.
Article “Simultaneous measurement of excitation-contraction coupling parameters identifies mechanisms underlying contractile responses of hiPSC-derived cardiomyocytes” now available.
Sartorius and Science looking for applications for their Prize for Regenerative Medicine and Cell Therapy
The annual Sartorius and Science Prize for Regenerative Medicine and Cell Therapy is geared towards researchers focused on basic or translational research that advances regenerative medicine and cell therapy. The initiators are looking forward to receiving your application before 1 October 2019.
Team 3D Blood Vessels-on-Chip existing of Mees de Graaf (LUMC), Heleen Middelkamp (UTwente), and Aisen de Sá Vivas (UTwente) won the hDMT Junior Researchers Challenges Call 2019.
Dennis Nahon (LUMC) Received Student Travel Award for his abstract “Development of a 3D NVU-on-a-chip model for studying vascular dementia” submitted to EUROoC 2019 conference in Graz, Austria.
Become a member of EUROoCS, the European Organ-on-Chip Society.
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.