Marjaana, Sami, Kalen, and Erica gave poster presentations at the 32nd Biocity Symposium: Sculpting Tissues - cells, matrix and forces, with the following titles:
Kai-Lan represented the Cell Fate Lab with a poster presentation at the Microphysiological Systems World Summit in Berlin, Germany.
We hosted the M24 meeting of the “Tumor and Lymph Node on Chip for cancer studies” project. We thank our partners for making the trip up north, for the lively discussion and for the hands-on help in the lab!
Congratulations to Jordy, Cansu and Cecilia for publication A multiscale computational model of arterial growth and remodeling including Notch signaling (van Asten et al., 2023, Biomech Model Mechanobiol). We thank all the co-authors for collaboration!
Shayan Zarin-Bal starts as a PhD student in Cell Fate Lab at TU/e. Welcome Shayan!
We thank the Sigrid Jusélius Foundation for awarding Cecilia and the Cell Fate Lab funding for the project "Replication stress-induced Notch1 phosphorylation mediates sustained cancer cell proliferation during DNA damage".
Cecilia hosted the first InFLAMES Immuno-engineering workshop focused on promoting networking and brainstorming for new collaborative ideas. Thank you to both international and local speakers as well as all the researchers and students who helped to make this event a success!
Congratulations to Freddy and Sami for being awarded a grant for PhD studies by the Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland!
Congratulations to Diosa, Kalen and Cecilia for publication of the review Organ-on-a-chip technologies for biomedical research and drug development: A focus on the vasculature (Soto Veliz et al., 2023, Smart Medicine).
Congratulations to Diosa on the day of her PhD defense from the Martti Toivakka lab! You can find the thesis in Doria: Printable Cell Growth Platform for the Assessment of Biomaterial-cell Interactions : A Focus on Patterns and Mineral Pigments.
Congratulations Kai-Lan for winning the logo competition of the new Cell Communication Research Program (CellCom) at Biocity Turku!
Congratulations to Elenaé and Cecilia for publication of the review Modulating epigenetic modifications for cancer therapy (Castro-Muñoz et al., 2023, Oncol Rep). We thank all the co-authors for collaboration!
Congratulations Freddy, for being awarded a grant for PhD studies by the Instrumentarium Science Foundation!