After the successful launch of the Dutch version, as of today, also the English version of our booklet entitled ‘Mini Organs-on-Chips: Towards new research models for studying disease and finding treatments’, is available.
The retreat organized in September 2020 was somewhat of a unique retreat under the COVID-19 circumstances. So for the first time, a hybrid retreat was organized.
Michel Hu, NOCI PhD student at the LUMC, highlights a development in studying COVID-19 with OoC models.
Today the Foundation ‘Biowetenschappen en Maatschappij’ has launched a booklet, entitled ‘Mini Organs-on-Chips. Towards new research models for studying disease and finding treatments’.
Berend van Meer, business developer of NOCI, received the Hugo van Poelgeest price 2020.
1.4mn euro project to Bi/ond-led consortium between Bi/ond, Fluigent and LUMC to develop the first Organ-on-Chip system that can keep complex 3D tissue models alive and mimic the physiological conditions of the human body.
As the Netherlands Organ on Chip initiative (NOCI) we were represented by 7 posters and 5 presentations during the different sessions of the online EUROoCS 2020 meeting.
The presentation during the EUROoCS conference on intestine-on-chip, resulted in the “Young Investigators Presentation Award” for Joram Mooiweer and Renée Moerkens from UMCG.
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a huge impact on every aspect of our lives. From the burden on our personal life to the restrictions it has put on our working life. Dennis Nahon, NOCI PhD student from the LUMC, gives an overview of initiatives regarding COVID-19 research from the OoC field.
Milica Dostanić, one of the NOCI PhD-students from TUD, gives a small insight into the group where she is doing her PhD.