I’m very proud to announce that Cindy van Loo is joining us as a PhD Candidate! Cindy graduated from Eindhoven University of Technology. Welcome Cindy!
[position filled] PhD candidate in Vascular phenotyping: From arteriosclerosis to aortopathy
This position has been filled.
Due to a technical issue, our PhD vacancy took some time to make it to AcademicTransfer.com, where it got posted today. We have hence extended the application deadline from August 1 to September 14!
We are looking for a talented PhD candidate for our project
*Vascular phenotyping: From arteriosclerosis to aortopathy*.
Do you want to work at the interface between engineering and medical science, and are you interested in biomechanics? Join our team!
See attached image for details.
Application deadline: September 14, 2021.
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Proud that our paper in Annals of Biomedical Engineering is finally out! This is the result of Alessandro Giudici visiting me at Yale University on an Artery Society research exchange grant, right before the pandemic shut down the university (Alessandro left from a deserted JFK airport…)!
In this work, Alessandro proposes a method to combine simple, uniaxial testing data on individual layers of the pig thoracic aorta into a realistic tri-layered, biaxial constitutive model.
Thanks to the Artery Society for enabling Alessandro to visit me. As a result, he is now a postdoc at our lab at Cardiovascular Research Institute Maastricht (CARIM), Maastricht University.
Thanks also to Jason Szafron and Ashraf W Khir for their valuable input!
Set-up core paper published!
Proud to present our set-up for mechanical testing of arteries under physiological, pulsatile conditions. Congrats Myrthe van der Bruggen, Koen Reesink, Nicole Bitsch, Jeroen Hameleers, Remco Megens, Casper Schalkwijk, and Tammo Delhaas!
Also thanks to my dad Paul Spronck for his endless hours spent on set-up development!
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