Last Wednesday on the first of April 2020, Patricia Dankers showed some insight in regenerative medicine and the work they do in her lab. The topic of this show was on the question whether we still require laboratory animals. Please see find the show (in Dutch) here: https://www.avrotros.nl/knappe-koppen/gemist/detail/item/hebben-we-nog-proefdieren-nodig-01-04-2020/
Due to COVID-19, the internal flagship meeting for MDR project members on the 14th of April 2020 is unfortunately postponed to later this year. Continuation of the project will happen in the mean time.
Carl Schuurmans and Anne Metje van Genderen published, together with their (co)-promoters dr. Tina Vermonden and Prof. dr. Roos Masereeuw and other coworkers, an article entitled ‘Complexation-induced resolution enhancement of 3D-printed hydrogel constructs‘ in Nature Communications. Thanks to the MDR Young Talent Incentives Program, Anne Metje and Carl could stay for four months at the […]
Two MDR scientists from the TU/e talk about regenerative medicine. To read the article in Dutch, click here. Sandra Hofmann (@sanhofma), Associate Professor in Bioengineering Bone at the Orthopaedic Biomechanics research group TU/e. Anthal Smits (@AnthalSmits), Assistant Professor in ImmunoRegeneration at the Soft Tissue Engineering and Mechanolobiology research group at TU/e.
On the 28th of February 2020, Bert Meijer has been appointed Commander of the Order of the Netherlands Lion. The chivalric order is open to “eminent individuals from all walks of life, including, among others, professors and leading scientists, industrialists, and renowned artists”. Meijer is a world-leading top scientist in organic chemistry and received the […]
Vici is one of the largest grants for individuals in the Netherlands. It enables scientists to set up their own innovative line of research and to put together their own research group. Genetic heart disease – what goes wrong? Prof. dr. E. (Eva) van Rooij, Hubrecht Institute Genetic heart diseases are caused by a mistake […]