• Jesse Jägers

    Jesse Jägers

    Visiting scientists and students
  • Jesse Jägers

    Jesse Jägers

    Visiting scientists and students
  • Jesse Jägers

    Jesse Jägers

    Visiting scientists and students
Jesse Jägers

Jesse Jägers

BiS Student

Topographic approach to identify and validate macrophage genes, associated with breast implant associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL).

Hello everyone, my name is Jesse Jägers and I am currently a first year Master student in Biomedical Engineering. For my Bachelor Thesis I investigated the orientational effect of tenocytes on different substrates under mechanical load. Here I already combined biology and technology which are two topics I am really passionate about. I want to continue this passion at BiS while also learning about computational methods for data analysis and new possibilities in the field of regenerative engineering. Ultimately I hope that, by combining all these topics, I can contribute in the improvement of immunotherapy.

A short poster presentation of my current research can be found here.