Southern and Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority have awarded Hybrid Technology Hub members Jo Waaler and Stefan a grant of 1 000 000 NOK for theproject "Tankyrase Inhibiton in Cancer Immunotherapy"
Center members Frøydis Skottvoll, Simon Rayner, Gareth Sullivan, Stefan Krauss, Steven Ray Wilson and Sean Harrison have a new publication in the journal Electrophoreses, titled: 3D cell culture models and organ‐on‐a‐chip: Meet separation science and mass spectrometry
In September we welcomed two new members to The Hybrid Technology Hub. Kayoko Shoji is hired as a postdoc, while Mikel Amirola Martinez is our latest PhD-student.
Stian Kogler won 2nd prize in this years HLPC-Tube contest at the 48th International Symposium on High-Performance Liquid Phase Seperations and Related Techniques. Stian is a master student in Steven Wilsons group. See the award winning video on Organ on a chip and HPLC below.
Neil Convery is a PhD student from the University of Glasgow who joined the centre in May. At the Hybrid Technology Hub, Neil hopes to demonstrate injection moulded microfluidic devices as a potential standard for organoid and organ-on-a-chip technology.
HTH Post doctoral fellow Shadab Abadpour has recieved The Derek Gray award from the International Islet and Pancreas Transplantation Association (IPITA).
Project leader Stefan Krauss and HTH researcher Jo Waaler recieves 800 000 NOK from UiO for the project "Benchmarking and expansion of application area of the WNT/tankyrase inhibitor OM-153".
Hybrid Technology Hub PI Hanne Scholz is the leader of ABINO - Artificial Biomimetic systems- the Niche of Islet Organoids, one of 8 new interdisciplinary research groups funded by UiO: LifeScience to address major challenges within health and environment.
Hybrid Technology Hubs most recent addition is postdocotral fellow Pavel Vasquez. Pavel is a bioinformatician and will develop an open access platform for the large amount of data collected from the organ on a chip-platform.