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Alumni

Staff alumni
  • I Fon Bambang, 2023. Lab administrator at BiS (Biointerface Science in Regenerative Medicine).

  • Jorge Uquillas Paredes, 2023. Medical researcher at BiS.

  • Tim Kuijpers, 2022. Data manager at BiS (Biointerface Science in Regenerative Medicine).

  • Nusrat Malik, 2022. Education Officer at BiS.

  • Urnaa Tuvshindorj, 2021. PhD Student at MERLN Institute.

  • Sultan Gülçe Iz, 2021. Post Doctoral Researcher at BiS.

  • Kerbaï Saïd Eroumé, 2021. PhD Student at MERLN Institute.

  • Miguel Faase, 2021. PhD Student at BiS.

  • Aysegul Dede-Eren 2021. PhD Student at BiS.

  • Mehmet Tas, 2021. Post Doctoral Researcher at BiS .

  • Alex Vasilevich, 2020, Data Scientist at BIS.

  • Steven Vermeulen, 2020, PhD Student at MERLN institute: Engineering the tendon fibroblast micro-environment by surface topographies.

  • Pascal Vroemen, 2019, PhD Student at cBITE (Cell Biology Inspired Tissue Engineering) and BiS.
  • Alex Vasilevich2018, PhD Student, Computational approach to engineer the interface between cells and biomaterials.

  • Aurélie Carlier,  2018, Assistant Professor at cBITE.

  • Dennie Hebels,  2018, Project Manager at cBITE.

  • Marloes Kamphuis, 2018, Lab Manager at cBITE.

  • Nadia Roumans, , 2018, Lab Technician at cBITE.

  • Linfeng (Joseph) Li,  2018, PhD student: Trophoblast stem cell differentiation via TopoChip Technology.

  • Nick Beijer,  2018, PhD student: Topographically enhanced cell culture systems to induce and monitor mechanobiology.

  • Frits Hulshof,  2016, PhD student: Topochip: Technology for Instructing Cell Fate and Morphology via Designed Surface Topography.

  • Jenny Brinkmann,2016, PhD student: Dynamic bioactive surfaces for cells using cucurbiturils.

  • Maqsood (Max) Ahmed 2014, postdoc: High-throughput screening of fiber spun scaffolds.

  • Anouk Mentink, 2014, research technician and lab manager.

  • Eelco Fennema, , 2014, PhD student: An analysis of trauma and its solutions in bone tissue engineering.

  • Bach Le Quang, 2014, PhD student:Decellularized cartilage matrix as an alternative for demineralized bone matrix.

  • Nathalie Groen, 2014, PhD student: High throughput screening of bone graft materials

  • Vanessa LaPointe,  2014, postdoc: Molecular biology in 3D.

  • Karolina Janeczek,2013, PhD student: Endothelial differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells.

  • Hemant Unadkat 2012, PhD student: The effect of topography on cell behaviour.

  • Joyce Doorn, , PhD student: Paracrine signaling of human mesenchymal stem cells.

  • Anindita Ganguly, 2012, PhD student: Clinical translation of bone tissue engineering.

  • Ana Barradas, , 2012, PhD student: Molecular mechanism of osteo-induction.

  • Hugo Andre Alves,, 2010, PhD student, Ageing and human mesenchymal stem cells.

  • Jun Liu,  2009, PhD student, Bioluminescent imaging in tissue engineering.

  • Jojanneke Jukes, , 2009, PhD student, Embryonic stem cells in cartilage tissue engineering.

  • Hugo Fernandes, 2009, PhD student and postdoc,The role of extracellular matrix in bone tissue engineering.

  • Ram Siddappa, 2008, PhD student, Protein kinase A signaling in bone tissue engineering.

  • Sanne Both, 2008, PhD student, Mouse embryonic stem cells in bone tissue engineering.

  • Ruud Licht,  2007, research technician, Target discovery for bone-regeneration.

Student alumni
  • Sander Derwig, 2024: Analysis of Nuclear Dynamics and Morphology on Topographical Surfaces from Static Images

  • Iris Brouwer, 2024: Response of fibroblasts to RGD and topographically modified biomaterial surfaces

  • Emmie Schoutens, 2023: Underlying mechanisms to in-stent restenosis: cellular responses to passive vs active stresses

  • Jesse Jägers, 2022: Understanding the effect of breast implant surface topography on macrophage-fibroblast cross-talk.

  • Emy Curvers, 2022: Light-responsive dynamic surfaces embedded in microfluidics platform to study immune cell-material interactions.

  • Antonio van der Lande: Frist steps towards a Digital Twin of the knee: Predicting graft performance for ACL reconstruction surgery.

  • Esmee Meijerhof, 2022: Development of a pulse-on-chip microfluidic platform with magnetic hydrogel valve to study mechanobiology.

  • Naomie Amsing, 2022: Culturing Osteoblast-like Cells on Various Magnetic Dynamic Cilia Substrates and the Effect on Focal Adhesion Shape in Three Dimensions.

  • Nina Drijvers, 2022: Master Student at BiS.

  • Joska Aerts, 2021: Development of a Microfluidic System for the Long-Term Culture of Hepatocytes.

  • Amy Lucassen, 2020: The Effect of (native) Topography on the Formation of Focal Adhesion and Actin Cytoskeleton Dynamics in MSCs and Tenocytes.

  • Julia Camara Aracil, 2020, Bachelor Thesis on the Link Between Tenocyte Phenotype and Tendon Extracellular Matrix.

  • Tessa Warmink, 2020, Bachelor Thesis on the Role of Immune Response in Failure of Glaucoma Shunt Devices.

  • Marc Mazur, 2019, Master Student at BiS (BioInterface Science in Regenerative Medicine).

  • Naomie Amsing, 2019: Difference in ERK activity in relation to cell cycle arrest as a response to surface topography.

  • Nadia Takke, 2019: Differentiation of hMSCs into tenocyte-like cells on tendon-imprint topographies.

  • Thomas Woud, 2019: Tendon-like surfaces influence tendon marker expression and cell alignment for tenogenic phenotype maintenance.

  • Bas Voermans,2019: Implementing Deep learning neural networks for prediction of cell count on TopoChip and correlation to topography induced proliferation.

  • Niles Smolders,2019: The influence of micro topographies on SRC inhibition for early chondrogenic differentiation.

  • Floris Honig, 2018: Assessing the expression level of mechanical sensitive markers on topographical surfaces.

  • Fred Zhaoji Shen, 2018: Construction a computational model linking extracellular matrix properties to biomedical signaling pathway.

  • Bianca Lourens, 2018: Imaging capabilities to explore possibilities in distinguishing monocytes from healthy donors and monocytes exposed to proinflammatory factors.

  • Adrián Seijas Gamardo, 2018: Cell communication between mesenchymal stem cells and monocytes/macrophages.

  • Iris Wijnen, 2018: Mechanotransduction pathways involved in topography-induced cell behavior.

  • Francesca Bolk, 2018: Monocyte migration in response to proinflammatory factors.

  • Jingyun Wu, 2018: The response of flexor tendon derived cells to TGF-β2 exposure.

  • Rianne Helgers 2018: The response of flexor tendon derived cells to TGF-β2 exposure.

  • Zarina Nauryzgaliyeva, 2017: Braille code for cells: hMSCs protective response to cellular deformation induced by surface topographies.

  • Estela Arteaga, 2017: Study of the effect of topographies in human mesenchymal stem cells and cardiomyocyte size and proliferation.

  • Rika Reihs, 2017: Digitalizing life at the interface: Finding the missing links between biomaterial properties and biological pathways.

  • Ben van der Veer2017: Changing epigenetics with a Braille script for cells: The effect of micro topography on global histone acetylation and methylation in human mesenchymal stem cells.

  • Bram van Steen, 2017: Live Cell imaging reveals dynamic cell response to microstructured topographies.

  • Luc Sondorp, 2016: Gene regulatory effects of bone graft materials on osteoblasts.

  • Jéré van Lente, 2016: Topography screening with mesenchymal stem cells.

Visiting scientist alumni
  • Giulia Sivelli, 2019, Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Royal Veterinary College, UK

  • Laurence Burroughs, 2018, University of Nottingham, UK

  • Dominika Berdecka, 2018, 3B's Research Group, Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network "Tendon Therapy Train", University of Minho, Portugal

  • Britta Koch, 2017, Nottingham University, UK