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Group Leader

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Maria Asplund is an expert in bio‐electronics with a special interest in biomaterials for neuroelectronic interfaces and tissue engineering. She develops methods which can make future bioelectronics smaller, more energy efficient and durable.

Asplund, Dr. Ing. Maria 

Phone number: 0761/203 67962
Office: IMBIT 1st floor(201-01-030)

Secretary

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Ickler, Katja 

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Office: IMBIT 1st floor (Wednesdays and Fridays)

 

Post Doc

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Christian Böhler completed his dissertation “Electroactive Coatings as a Strategy to Reduce Tissue Inflammation and Increase the Functional Lifetime of Neuroelectronic Devices” in 2018. He is an expert in flexible micro-technology and bioelectronic materials.

Böhler, Dr. Ing. Christian 

Phone number: 0761/203 67375
Office: 201-01-029

Scientific Staff

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Anna Savelyeva has a Master of Science in physics as well as biology. She is developing the 2D and 3D cell-culture skin models used for refinement of the SPEEDER wound healing concept.

Savelyeva, M. Sc. Anna 

Phone number: 0761/203 7454
Office: 201-01-051

PhD students

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José has a Masters Degree in Microsystems Engineering with expertise in micro-fabrication of biomedical devices. His current focus is the development and characterisation of electrodes and electronics for DC stimulation of cells in 2D and 3D cultures. 

Leal Ordonez, M. Sc. José 

Phone number: 0761/203 67468
Office: 201-01-032

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Sebastian’s research revolves around developing bioelectronic interfaces whose purposes range from manipulation of cells in novel microfluidic platforms to skin-based recording & stimulation electrodes.

Shaner, M. Sc. Sebastian 

Phone number: 0761/203 67467
Office: 201-01-029

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Elisabeth Otte worked in the fields of neural probes, wafer-level micromachining and micro-scale assembly before joining the BEMT group in 2020. Her research is currently focused on the development of customized electrode arrays for electrophysiological recordings in brain slices.

Otte, M. Sc. Elisabeth 

Phone number: 0761/203 67466
Office: 201-01-028

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Fernanda Narváez is developing programmable materials for bioelectronics within the context of the IPROM project, for instance to make devices that can adapt to growing tissue or react to local inflammation.

Narváez, M. Sc. Fernanda 

Phone number: 0761/203 7453
Office: 201-01-028

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Ahmed Saeed joined the BEMT team in June 2021, and is developing next generation of flexible bioelectronics for visual restoration. By patterned stimulation in the visual cortex there is  a possibility to generate artificial vision. In the context of the EU funded project NeuraviPeR Ahmed develops polyimide-based multi-layer implantable probes with 3D electrode materials and a smart chip-based interface. 

Saeed, M. Sc. Ahmed 

Phone number: 0761/203 54041
Office: 201-01-032

 Lukas Matter

Lukas Matter investigates the regeneration of neurons with electric stimulation. His work involves testing of novel therapeutic approaches in vitro as well as the design and fabrication of implantable devices to treat spinal cord injuries. 

Matter, M. Sc. Lukas 

Phone number: 0761/203 73780
Office: 201-01-032

 

Technical Assistant

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Riede, Ute 

Phone number: 0761/203 67376
Office: 201-01 051

Alumni

Nicole Jedrusik is working as a cell biologist in the field of functional skin tissue engeneering. Working many years at the University Hospital of Freiburg in the Department of Oral Biotechnology, she gains experience in wound healing research and the biomechanical influence of biomaterials for the fabrication of optimized 3D in vitro skin models.

Jedrusik, M. Sc. Nicole 


Carolin Kleber successfully defended her doctoral thesis with the title "Development and Characterization of a Conducting Polymer Hydrogel for Biomedical Applications", Jan 2020. She joined the EAC group 2014, funded by the BrainLinks-BrainTools Center of Excellence.

Kleber, Dr. Carolin 


Zaid Aqrawe joined our group as Post Doc 2018-2019 via funding from the Philip Wrightson Postdoctoral Fellowship program New Zeeland.", Jan 2020. She joined the EAC group 2014, funded by the BrainLinks-BrainTools Center of Excellence.

Aqrawe, Dr. Zaid 

Stefanie Heizmann Stefanie Heizmann was part of the EAC group 2012-2017, funded by the BrainLinks-BrainTools Center of Excellence.

Heizmann, Stefanie 

Dr. Zaid Aqrawe (Post Doc)

Stefanie Heizmann (previously PhD student)
Stefanie Heizmann was part of the EAC group 2012-2017, funded by the BrainLinks-BrainTools Center of Excellence.

Falk Barz (previously PhD student) Falk Barz was part of the EAC group 2017-2019, funded by the BrainLinks-BrainTools Center of Excellence.

Anika Schopf (Technical Support) Anika Schopf contributed with technical support and cell culture expertise 2012-2017, funded by the BrainLinks-BrainTools Center of Excellence and the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies

Dr. Maria Vomero (PhD student)
Maria Vomero successfully defended her doctoral thesis with the title "Development and Assessment of Ultra-Compliant Polyimide-Based Neural Interfaces" in Aug 2019. She joined the EAC group 2018, funded by the BrainLinks-BrainTools Center of Excellence.

Felix Oberüber (HiWi)
Room: 102 00 40
felix.oberueber@gmail.com

Marion Dürr(HiWi)
Room: 102 00 40
mari.duerr@googlemail.com

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