DTU Nanotech PhD Student receives E-MRS 2018 graduate student award

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PhD Student Salime Bazban-Shotorbani received the graduate student award at this year’s European Materials Research Society Fall Meeting in Warsaw, Poland. (E-MRS)

In addition, she also won best successful poster presentation of the Bioinspired and biointegrated materials as new frontiers nanomaterials symposium with her poster entitled: Towards atherosclerosis-on-a-chip: A microfluidic platform for anti-atherosclerotic drug screening.

Salime is working in Associate Professor Nazila Kamaly’s group at DTU Nanotech, where they have developed a microfluidic chip for atherosclerotic drug-screening. The chip simulates the blood vessels in the body including an inflammatory condition of atherosclerosis. Thereby providing a more efficient and accurate test system compared to more basic two-dimensional cell culture systems or costly and lengthy animal models, which are also problematic in terms of their poor prediction ability for human responses.

Salime Bazban-Shotorbani

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26 AUGUST 2019