Ulgu Arslan, Christine Mummery, Valeria Orlova and co-authors have published the first research paper of LymphChip entitled “Vascularized hiPSC-derived 3D cardiac microtissue on chip”. The paper has been published in Stem Cell Reports and is publicly available. This paper was also featured on the cover of the July 11, 2023 issue. Please find the publication […]
The KNAW has nominated Pratik Tawade as a young scientist to participate in the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings in Physiology and Medicine. This meeting will occur from 25-30 June 2023 in Lindau, Germany. Since its foundation in 1951, the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings have developed into a unique international scientific forum. The annual meetings […]
From May 22-24 LymphChip will organize a Helpathon in the O2 Building of VUmc. If you want to help Sue, Margot, Valeria, Jasper and Germaine finding animal-free alternatives for FCS and Matrigel please sign up via this link. All help, both negative and positive results are welcome. For more information please see here.
The annual meeting of hDMT was held in Amersfoort and attracted may researchers from the organ-on-chip field. As part of the program a PhD student Spotlight competition was organized to give PhD students the opportunity to present their research with a short video.
On October 20-21 the Annual Meeting of LymphChip was hosted by VUMC in Amsterdam. In total 36 members of LymphChip participated representing the academic partners, co-financing partners and the Advisory Board.
Hélène Delobel from Alvéole presented a technology seminar on the use of Primo for photopatterning applications with many practical examples as published in the literature. Dhanesh Kasi from LUMC shared his experience with Primo further highlighting the advantage of the use of Primo to prototype chip designs and engineer microvascular networks.
We are thrilled with Chiaro Nanoindenter installed in our PRIMO (Alveolé) microfabrication lab at LUMC. We look forward to exploring the mechanical properties of engineered heart tissues and hydrogels as a part of the LymphChip project.
Vincent Laban, co-founder and CEO of Nostics partner of LymphChip presented a technology seminar on their Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy technology. This Technology Seminar was the first in a series where the industrial partners of LymphChip present their technology to the members of LymphChip.