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Interview MDR Postdoc: Atze van der Pol

Who are you, what is your background and how did you get involved in MDR? I obtained my MSc degree in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology at the University of Groningen, with a strong emphasis on Microbiology. Following a research internship McGill University I became highly intrigued in translational research, which led me to pursue a […]

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Interview MDR PhD student: Anne-Floor de Kanter

Who are you, what is your background and how did you get involved in MDR? My name is Anne-Floor and I have an academic background in both applied ethics and molecular biology. I am interested in ethical questions that arise in biomedical research and emerging technologies more generally. Looking for a PhD in this field, […]

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Interview MDR PhD student: Ranganath Maringanti

Who are you, what is your background and how did you get involved in MDR? Hi, My name is Ranganath Maringanti (Ranga). I am from India. Briefly, my academics include Bachelor’s in Pharmacy (B. Pharm) from India and Master’s in Biomedical Engineering(M. Eng) from Martin Luther University, Germany. Tell us a little bit more about […]

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Interview MDR PhD student: Lei He

Who are you, what is your background and how did you get involved in MDR? I am Lei He and come from Liuzhou, a small city in the southern area of China. I went to Chengdu, another city of China, for my college study, and my major is biomedical engineering. I began my research career […]

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Interview MDR PhD student: Moniek Schmitz

Who are you, what is your background and how did you get involved in MDR? Hello! My name is Moniek Schmitz (27) and in March I started within MDR as PhD student. I received both my bachelor and master degree in Biomedical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology. In June 2017, I started my PhD […]

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MDR Young Talent Incentives Program Winners announced!

Last Friday, we announced the winners of the MDR Young Talent Incentives Program. The goal of the incentives MDR program is to shape future Regenerative Medicine leaders by providing additional opportunities for (international) scientific exchange, career development and training, and specific research support. The program aims to support creative and innovative ideas that have the […]

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Interview with Jan de Boer on the Platform for Therapeutic Biomaterials Discovery

“The Platform for Therapeutic Biomaterial Discovery is the hub where the minds and technology of TU/e meet. Biologists, material scientists, and computational scientist join forces to discover new therapeutic materials.” Jan de Boer https://www.tue.nl/en/research/research-groups/biointerface-science/platform-for-therapeutic-biomaterials-discovery/ For those who did not know it yet there is a remarkable platform and infrastructure available for your work on therapeutic […]

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Patricia Dankers in Dutch TV program ‘Knappe koppen’

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/  

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Publication in Nature Communications!

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 […]

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