Join our company in the development of a medical device that captures tumor cells from the blood of cancer patients
Be at the forefront of new minimal invasive interventions
Molecular nanomachinery of DNA break repair
Doe jij een HBO-opleiding in de richting van Marketing & Communicatie of Communciatie en wil jij
een actieve rol spelen bij het positioneren van een nieuw (inter)nationaal concept in de
zorgsector? Dan is deze stage ideaal voor jou!
Ben je momenteel bezig met (het afronden van) de master ondernemingsrecht, en heb je interesse in het juridisch ondersteunen en begeleiden van eHealth innovaties? Dan is deze stage ideaal voor jou!
Are you a technical or medical student ready to (temporarily) shed your lab coat or put away your stethoscope? We offer interns the opportunity to make real impact, both to patients’ lives as well as your career!
Perform experiments to test the effect of alternating gravity (clinostat) on bacterial growth.
In this project, you will develop improved image analysis methods for automated diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.
In this project, you will develop a method to accurately assess atrophy in longitudinal data to study the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
In this project, you will work on the quantification of cerebral blood flow from ASL and apply the event-based model to study the processes of aging and disease.
We are looking for a motivated MSc student to create a microfluidics platform in Eindhoven which they then would combine with a 3D cell culture model of sarcoma developed in Leiden. Microfluidics will be used to enhance the representability of the model in prediction of patient treatment response. The MSc student would be jointly supervised by Prof. Jaap den Toonder (Microsystems group, TU/e) and Prof. Judith Bovee (department of Pathology, LUMC), both experts in their fields. Some travel would be involved. Initially most of the work would entail design and production of the microfluidic chip in Eindhoven and later culture of sarcoma within the chip in Leiden.
Work at the junction of technical (TU Delft) and clinical (LUMC) research.