The latest article from BiS related to “Identification of topographical architectures supporting the phenotype of rat tenocytes” first authored by Steven Vermulen (DOI: 10.1016/j.actbio.2018.10.041) is in the news of materialstoday.com. Steven just quoted that "We believe that cells can read Braille, we just do not know the Braille language". For the original news.
Aysegul got the Jury prize in 2018 Mate (Materials Technology Group, TU/e) poster contest. Jury member Michel van Breggen said before announcing the jury's choice. 'You need to attract attention and be concise at the same time. After quite some discussion we chose a poster with an original layout and a pitch that was both original and intriguing, that showed us that science can be fun and light-footed. The award for best poster goes to Aysegul'. Congrats Aysegul, keep up the great work!
Bach Le Quang printed his thesis on bone tissue engineering and is ready to defend it on December 18th. Bach's research focused on the use of decellularised hypertrophic cartilage matrix as a source for bone tissue engineering. Bach is the 18th PhD student to graduate under the supervision of Jan de Boer.
Dr. Nathalie Groen from Leiden University Medical Centre, and jandeboerlab alumni, will give a presentation on “Single-cell transcriptomics reveal an association between ER stress and loss of human β-cell identity” on 23rd November 2018 at 11:30h in the Ceres building library, TU/e.
Jan de Boer's lab moved to Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Jan de Boer is now the chair of Biointerface Science in Regenerative Medicine (BiS) under Biomedical Engineering Department.