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‘nieuwe nieren’

Today, February 23rd, the stories of patient Desirée and her research physician Maaike van Gelder and Professor Marianne Verhaar will be put online. With these stories you can follow a real-life example of impact that kidney disease has on the daily live of a patient, and what we can do within regenerative medicine for the […]

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3D printed biodegradable scaffold designed at MERLN institute used for severe bone defect in patient 

Prof. Martijn van Griensven (MERLN) together with the MUMC+ Traumatology department successfully implanted a 3D printed scaffold to prepare a major bone defect. The bioengineered implant was able to fill up a large gap in the tibia of the patient, who suffered from a severe motor injury. During the surgery stem cells received from the […]

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New review article from MDR consortium

Recently, a great collaborative effort of MDR researchers published a review article ‘Towards understanding the messengers of extracellular space: Computational models of outside-in integrin reaction networks’. The combined effort of MERLN researchers Zeynep Karagöz, Aurélie Carlier and Martijn van Griensven and TU/e researchers Laura Rijns and Patricia Dankers resulted in this beautiful article. Read it […]

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Celebrating 65 years of TU/e!

In 2021 the TU/e will celebrate a momentous milestone: TU/e’s 65th birthday. During this lustrum year with the theme ‘Heroes Like You’ many festive activities will be organized (online or face to face). Check out the video launching the lustrum here.  

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New article ‘Transcetheter-Delivered Expandable Bioresorbable Polymeric Graft with Stenting Capacity Induces Vascular Regeneration’

Very interesting and exciting article was published by Dr. Anthal Smits, together with Prof. Frank Baaijens and Prof. Carlijn Bouten and coworkes. The article ‘Transcetheter-Delivered Expandable Bioresorbable Polymeric Graft with Stenting Capacity Induces Vascular Regeneration’ was published in JACC: Basic to Tanslational Science. Summary As the next step in the translation of vascular tissue engineering, this […]

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