Creating a high-throughput microfluidic platform to research the influence of haemodynamic cues on the development of endothelial lining.
Hi everyone, I am Esmee and right now I am a second-year Master’s student doing BmE but also the Regenerative Medicine and Technology track in Utrecht. My primary interest is integrated microfluidic devices for in vitro disease modelling. Therefore, I am starting my master thesis at BiS under supervision of Burcu Gumuscu, where I will work on creating a high throughput dynamic microfluidic platform to research stress on endothelial cell lines. This will be a collaboration between the groups of Biosensors and Devices and Soft Tissue Engineering and Mechanobiology from Carlijn Bouten.