Eelco Fennema's thesis entitled "An analysis of trauma and its solutions in bone tissue engineering" has been approved by the assessment committee. Eelco's thesis defense date will be announced shortly!
The cBiT paper, written by Dennie Hebels and Aurélie Carlier, has just been published in Biomaterials and is now available online!
cBITE has two new members: Nadia Roumans who will be working as a technician, assisting in several ongoing and new projects, and Kerbaï Saïd Eroumé who is Aurélie Carlier's new PhD student. Welcome on board!
MERLN's professors Pamela Habibovic and Clemens van Blitterswijk received funding in the prestigious "Zwaartekracht" (Gravity) programme from NWO with their project "Materials-driven regeneration: Regenerating tissue and organ function with intelligent, life-like materials". cBITE plays an important part in the project, focusing on digitizing the biomaterial interface.
On May 18th, Aurelie Carlier received the ASL price for Science and Technology for her thesis "Multiscale modelling of angiogenesis during normal and impaired bone regeneration".