The Nanobioengineering group aims at bridging the gap between engineering and medicine, with a specific focus on  oncology and prenatal diagnostics. To this end, we are developing a range of technologies aimed at providing either basic insights about biological processes or designed to address significant biomedical challenges. More info can be find on the specific Research Theme and publication pages. Please also visit our collaborator and facility pages for more info.

Intestine on a chip

Vascularized tumour models

Molecular tracers

Solid state Biosensing

Genotyping CTCs


Prenatal Diagnostics