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A peek into the BiS microfab and imaging labs

BioInterface Science group will participate in the biggest microfluidics conference this year, MicroTAS, in California!  Have a look at a sneak peek video that shows how we generate our science and the amazing work performed in the lab. 

 

Overnight education in Veldhoven

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On Sunday 5 September, we started the academic year with an overnight bootcamp for the Digital Twins in Health course at camping ‘t Denneke in Veldhoven. Forty five second year TU/e bachelor students participated in games, an information market, a BBQ, camp fire and most importantly, learned about the course structure. Students formed teams, and picked and pitched their medical challenges. The teams will work for half a year to engineer digital twin solutions to problems such as anterior cruciate ligament regeneration, heart arrythmia, type-2 diabetes, scoliosis and catheter-blood vessel interaction.

More information about the course can be found here or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (course manager) or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We are always on the look-out for enthusiastic teachers, teaching assistants, doctors and entrepreneurs to participate in the course!

Aysegul's PhD defense

Aysegul Dede-Eren, our PhD, will be defending her thesis titled "Nature-inspired biomaterials discovery for tendon tissue engineering". The defense will be held on Wednesday, 9 June 2021, at 16.00 CEST. Click here if you would like to virtually attend it via Teams.

Jan de Boer and collaborators have received a Human Frontier Science Program research grant

BiS is proud to share that our chair, Prof. Jan de Boer, was awarded the The Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) research grant. Together with collaborators from the Wadsworth Center Albany (USA) and Telethon Institute of Genetics and Medicine (Italy), Jan will study the mechanisms that cells use to build the Golgi complex. Read more about the topic here

Are you a biomedical engineer with interest in material engineering and cell biology? Then you may be the PhD candidate we are searching for this project. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information.

CellProfiler Workshop by Julia van den Beemd

Julia van den Beemd, one of our own BiSers, will teach a free online workshop on CellProfiler together with researchers from the Broad Institute at MIT. CellProfiler is our go-to software for image analysis. This  workshop is intended to teach beginners  how to improve their image quantification skills. The workshop will be held on June 24, 2021 from 1300 U.T.C. to 1700 U.T.C. You will need a laptop, an internet connection for Zoom and to complete approximately 90 minutes of work before the course.

Please sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe3vJpOuBZBWVc91av_g5j8IhTfxlxoLdd_pUdXrrl-0U2tJg/viewform

Sign up fast because space is limited .

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