Professor for Biofunctional Polymer Materials
at the Technische Universität Dresden
phone: +49 (0)351 4658-531
fax: +49 (0)351 4658-533
Secretariat: Katja Bochnig & Britta Grüßner
Biologically inspired polymer materials can shift the boundaries between living and man-made systems. We work to recapitulate fundamental biological functions such as recognition, assembly, and adaptation in polymer-based, bioconjugated surfaces and engineered matrices.
Human hematopoetic stem cell growing within fibronectin-coated microcavities
Heparin-starPEG gel platform decoupled gradation of physical and biomolecular signals
SEM image of a springtail cuticle
Microslit Electrokinetic Set-up
Embryonic kidney of the mouse cultivated in a new developed organ culture system
INDEPENDENT RESEARCH ASSOCIATES:
Dr. Laura Bray
3D in-vitro cell culture models for anti-cancer strategies.
Silk fibroin scaffolds for cornea transplantation
Funded by: Prime Minister's Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Award