We integrate biological, chemical, and microfluidic technologies to robustly interrogate, characterize and manipulate cellular activities. We collaborate cross-disciplinary researchers to develop methods that solve pressing unmet research and medical needs. We enjoy making the design and hands-on development of microfluidic devices from scratch.
We address major challenges in single cell functional analysis for regenerative medicine in a high-throughput manner using microfluidic techniques. Many of our experimental efforts efficiently produce large multiparameter datasets from key biological models that match well with advanced analytical methods.
Harnessing small size scales and soft materials to quantitatively study biologic systems
Developing microfluidic systems to understand cell-material interactions
Designing and optimizing biosensors for high-throughput biomaterial discovery
Designing organ-on-chip platforms for personalized medicine
Prof. Jan de Boer -TU/e (NL), Prof. Jaap den Tonder - TU/e (NL), Prof. Jeroen Lammertyn - KU Leuven (BE), Prof. Johan van der Vlag - Radboud UMC (NL), Prof. Patricia Dankers - TU/e (NL), Prof. Han Gardeniers - University of Twente (NL), Dr. Vlado Menkovski - TU/e (NL), Dr. Regina Luttge - TU/e (NL), Dr. Sissi de Beer - University of Twente (NL), Prof. Albert Schenning - TU/e (NL)
Office 3.16, Building 15, Gemini South
Groene Loper, TU Eindhoven
Building 15, Gemini-Zuid,
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Eindhoven University of Technology
PO Box 513
5600 MB, Eindhoven, The Netherlands