Our research group is focused on In vitro neural models and Hybrid Bioelectrical Systems. The aim of the research is to understand neuronal interactions with other neural and neurovascular cells, specifically in terms of metabolic function and neuronal activity. The core technology is based on human primary and stem cell-derived neural cells combined with fluidic and electronic device construction.
- New perspective article published in Lab on a Chip February 15, 2024
- New article published in Advanced Science January 15, 2024
- New article published in Advanced Materials October 19, 2023
- Herland Lab at MPS World Summit (EurOoC) in Berlin July 3, 2023
- New article published in Materials Today Bio June 20, 2023