PhD theses

Nano- and microengineered neuronal cell networks for brain-on-chip technology,  Alex J. Bastiaens  (2019) TU/e. Supervisors: dr. ir. Regina Luttge and prof. dr. ir. Jaap den Toonder.

A novel Microfluidic Platform to study Cancer Cell Invasion, Hossein Eslami Amirabadi (2018) TU/e. Supervisor: prof. dr. ir. Jaap den Toonder. Co-supervisor: Regina Luttge.

Quantifying the effect of structural manipulations on cellular stress generation, Inge E.A.W. van Loosdregt (2018) TU/e. Supervisors: Carlijn Bouten and Cees Oomens; co-supervisor Sandra Loerakker.

Electrical and microfluidic technologies for organs-on-chips: Mimicking blood-brain barrier and gut tissues Marieke Willemijn van der Helm (2018) University of Twente.
Supervisors/Advisors: Albert van den Berg, Jan C.T. Eijkel,  Loes Irene Segerink.

Coming of age of human stem cell derived cardiomyocytes Georgios Kosmidis (2017) LUMC.

Supervisor: Prof. C.L. Mummery

Development of Microfluidic Platforms for Screening Cell-Biomerial Interactions David Miguel Baiao Barata (2017) Maastricht University. 

Supervisors: Pamela Habibovic and Clemens van Blitterswijk.

3D Liver Models in Tissue Engineering and Toxicology Viktoriia Starokozhko (2016), University of Groningen. Supervisors Prof. G.M.M. Groothuis Prof. E.M.J. Verpoorte; Assessment Committee Prof. F. Russel Prof. P. Olinga Prof. R. J. Porte 
Small Systems, Small Sensors Pieter E. Oomen (2016), University of Groningen. Supervisors Prof. dr. E.M.J. Verpoorte Prof. dr. G.M.M. Groothuis; Assessment committee Prof. dr. W.R. Browne Prof. dr. J.G.E. Gardeniers Prof. dr. K. Cheung
Microgel technology for improved beta cell transplantation Sieger Jacob Henke (2016), University of Twente. Promotor: Marcel Karperien. Co-promotors: Aart van Apeldoorn, Jeroen Leijten.
A journey towards an extrahepatix islet delivery device with a tissue engineering toolbox in hand Marchioli, Giulia (2017). University of Twente. Promotor: Marcel Karperien. Co-promotors: Aart van Apeldoorn, Lorenzo Moroni

Brain-on-a-Chip Integrated Neuronal Networks Sijia Xie, 28/10/2016, University of Twente, Mesoscale Chemical Systems group, MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology . Promotor: Han Gardeniers (University of Twente); copromotor: Regina Luttge (TU/e).

Don't skip a beat: studying cardiac rhythm with human pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes Harsha D. Devalla, 13/09/2016, University of Leiden, Faculty of Medicine. Promotors: C.L. Mummery; R. Passier

Microfabrication and microfluidics for 3D brain on a chip Bart Schurink, 23/06/2016, University of Twente, Meso Scale Chemical Systems group, MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology . Promotor: Han Gardeniers (University of Twente); copromotor: Regina Luttge (TU/e).

Fluorescent gene reporters in human pluripotent stem cells. As model for studying human heart development and cardiomyocyte differentiation Sabine den Hartogh, 18/05/2016, LUMC. Promotors: Prof.dr. C.L. Mummery and  Prof. dr. R. Passier

Out-of-cleanroom magnetic artificial cilia Ye Wang, 14/01/2016; Eindhoven University of Technology , research group Microsystems; Promotors: Jaap den Toonder and Patrick Anderson)
Microfluidic platforms for cell analysis : applied to study cell mechanics and high-throughput screening Guansheng Du, 12/01/16; Eindhoven University of Technology, research group Microsystems. Promotors: J.M.J. den Toonder, Qun Fang
Stretchable Micro-Electrode Arrays for Electrophysiology Saeed Khoshfetrat Pakazad, 06/5/2015, TU Delft, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, Department of Microelectronics & Computer Engineering, Promotor: Prof. Dr. Ir. R. Dekker