Skip to main content
  • Biosensors and Devices Lab

    Regenerative Engineering & Materials cluster at Biomedical Engineering Department

  • Biosensors and Devices Lab

    Regenerative Engineering & Materials cluster at Biomedical Engineering Department

  • Biosensors and Devices Lab

    Regenerative Engineering & Materials cluster at Biomedical Engineering Department

  • Biosensors and Devices Lab

    Regenerative Engineering & Materials cluster at Biomedical Engineering Department

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.

Our mission

We address major technological challenges in the functional analysis of biological systems and cell-biomaterial interactions for regenerative medicine using microfluidic systems.  Our experimental efforts efficiently produce multiparameter datasets from key biological models that pave the way for advanced analytical methods.

Key technologies

  • Biosensor-coupled microdevices for high-content screening 

  • Microfluidic systems to study cell-biomaterial interactions 

  • Small-scale soft materials to quantitatively study biological systems

  • Ogan-on-chip platforms for personalized medicine

Recent Lab News

December 2023
BDL and BiS at end year festivities 2023
December 2023
We got an NWO XS grant awarded!
November 2023
Congrats Oksana for being selected to deliver a talk in 7th Annual hDMT Meeting.
October 2023
Esmée defended her M.Sc. thesis successfully. Congrats!
September 2023
We got a Horizon Europe CoFund grant awarded!
July 2023
Oksana is an invited member of the organization committee of SAFE/ProRISC conference 2024.
July 2023
Congrats to our MicroTAS 2023 poster presenters Lanhui, Mert and Oksana.
June 2023
Carina is on ICMS news!
June 2023
We are on the local news for innovative teaching.
June 2023
Burcu delivers an invited talk at GRC Physics and Chemistry of Microfluidics Edition 2023.

Main collaborators and partners

Jan de Boer - TU/e (NL), Jaap den Tonder - TU/e (NL), Vlado Menkovski - TU/e (NL), Regina Luttge - TU/e (NL), Albert Schenning - TU/e (NL), Hans Wyss - TU/e (NL), Bert de Vries - TU/e (NL), Johan van der Vlag and Tom Nijenhuis - Radboud UMC (NL), Han Gardeniers - University of Twente (NL), Hubert Gojzewski - University of Twente (NL),  Georg Fanther - EPFL  (CZ), Leonor Tavares Saúde - Lisbon School of Medicine (PT), Carla Portugal - Universidade Nova de Lisboa (PT), Noo Li Jeon - Seoul National University (KR), Axcel (CN)