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    BiS, Biointerface Science in Regenerative Medicine at the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology

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BiS is part of the Biomedical Engineering Department at TU/e. Research at BiS is dedicated to understanding and applying basic cell biological principles at the biointerfaces especially for regenerative medicine. The research program is characterized by a holistic approach to both discovery and application, aiming at combining high throughput technologies, computational modeling and experimental cell biology to streamline the wealth of biological knowledge to real clinical applications.

 

Research

Research at BiS

Cell biology, computational approaches, and material development are the three key fields of science that we focus our research on at BiS. To find out more, have a look here:

 

People

Jan de Boer
Sultan Gülçe Iz
Aliaksei (Alex) Vasilevich
Jorge Alfredo Uquillas
Nusrat Malik 2
Steven Vermeulen
Ayşegül Dede
Urandelger (Urnaa) Tuvshindorj
Kerbaï Saïd Eroumé
Phani Sudarsanam
Katinka Klap
 

Suggested reading

Mining for osteogenic surface topographies: In silico design to in vivo osseo-integration.

Hulshof FFB, Papenburg B, Vasilevich A, Hulsman M, Zhao Y, Levers M, Fekete N, de Boer M, Yuan H, Singh S, Beijer N, Bray MA, Logan DJ, Reinders M, Carpenter AE, van Blitterswijk C, Stamatialis D, de Boer J.
Biomaterials. 2017;137:49-60.
Full list of suggested reading.

 

News

Boosted by Educational Innovation-Applied Cell Biology Bachelor Course at TUe

 

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Nothing inspires more than hands-on experiencing and debating science and yet, theoretical courses are typically focused on knowledge transfer, and designed in a traditional lecture setup.  In the master’s phase it is more common to supply students with hands-on experiences and the opportunity to apply their knowledge. However, to setup a bachelor course in this way is a big challenge, because of the large number of students. Nevertheless to activate and motivate students it is essential to embed hands-on (practical) experiences in a course and create situations where students are challenged to discuss about what they have learned.

With these above motto, Jan and Sultan designed and run the Applied Cell Biology course for the first time in Q2, 2019-2020 at TUe with a very high number of student enrollment (above 100). "Applied Cell Biology Course Design" project is supported by an Educational Innovation Fund-Boost. The course was designed from scratch to promote active learning. A broad range of innovational teaching learning methods including blended learning, challenge-based learning and research-based learning are carefully implemented in the course design. If you are a BME or BMT student and also interested in Biomedical Engineering Challenges we strongly recommend you to enroll the course. 

 

 

 

 

Contact

  • BiS-Biointerface Science in Regenerative Medicine
  • TU/e Department of Biomedical Engineering
Eindhoven University of Technology
PO Box 513
5600 MB, Eindhoven
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