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    cBITE, the lab for Cell Biology-Inspired Tissue Engineering at the MERLN Institute, Maastricht University

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cBITE is part of the MERLN Institute for Technology-Inspired Regenerative Medicine at Maastricht University. Research at cBITE is dedicated to understanding and applying basic cell biological principles in the field of biomedical engineering. 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 cBITE

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

 

People

Jan de Boer
Aurélie Carlier
Dennie Hebels
Marloes Kamphuis
Nadia Roumans
Nick Beijer
Aliaksei (Alex) Vasilevich
Pascal Vroemen
Steven Vermeulen
Ayşegül Dede
Urandelger (Urnaa) Tuvshindorj
Linfeng (Joseph) Li
Kerbaï Saïd Eroumé
 

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

cBiT paper published in Biomaterials

The cBiT paper, written by Dennie Hebels and Aurélie Carlier, has just been published in Biomaterials and is now available online!

 

Contact

  • cBITE-laboratory for Cell Biology-Inspired Tissue Engineering
  • MERLN Institute
  • Maastricht University
Universiteitssingel 40
6229 ER Maastricht
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