The program for the Utrecht leg of the MDR Graduate Course 2019 is available here.
NPO 1 (the radio news channel of the Dutch national broadcast organisation) has an interview with prof. Marianne Verhaar and Fjodor Yousef Yengej on the succesful growth of kidney organoids from a patient’s own urine. It is available here (in Dutch).
May 31 – June 4, 2021 the TERMIS 2021 conference themed biologically inspired, technologically driven regenerative medicine will take place in Maastricht, The Netherlands. TERMIS is the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society. The conference will be chaired by Lorenzo Moroni (Maastricht University), Liesbet Geris (Liège University, KU Leuven) and Stefan Jockenhoevel (RWTH Aachen). This […]
We are pleased to inform you that the call for proposals for the Materials-Driven Regeneration (MDR) Young Talent program is now open! For more information on the call and how to apply, please visit the call page.
We are proud to present the full program of the first installment of the Graduate Course (14-15 March 2019) in Eindhoven. Full details and registration at the course page.
On Januari 23rd, five lectures for ‘Universiteit van Nederland’ will be recorded in Club Air, Amsterdam. The day’s theme of ‘Machtige Materialen’ is very close to the heart of the MDR program, with three of the lectures focusing around artificial organs, surface activated implants and biomimicry in materials research. MDR program lead Carlijn Bouten will give […]
We proudly announce the first graduate course of the Materials-Driven Regeneration Gravitation program. The course is geared towards postdocs, PhD students, and advanced MSc students working on MDR- or related projects with an MDR-affiliated institution. The courses will include lectures on MDR-related scientific topics, lectures/workshops on topics related to career and talent development, lab tours, […]
Pamela Habibovic and Jan de Boer (MERLN, Maastricht University) talk about smart bio-implants that will be readily available in the clinic and are able to activate cells in the area of damaged tissue. The interview is available via this podcast (in Dutch).
MDR will be present at the lunch symposium during the ESB in Maastricht on September 12. Anthal Smits, Aurelie Carlier and Steven Chamuleau will represent the gravitation program during this gathering. More information can be found here.
Sandra Loerakker (TU/e) was awarded with an ERC Starting Grant of up to 1.8 M Euro. Sandra and her team will work on the development of mathematical models that mimic interactions that occur upon implantation of artificial and biodegradable cardiovascular materials. In this way they envision to predict the emergence organization as well as performance of […]