Dr. Martin Stelzle
Head of BioMEMS & Sensors group
NMI Natural and Medical Sciences Institute at the Univ. of Tübingen
microfluidics, sensors, design, tumor-on-chip, HepaChip, instrumentation
We aim at translating organ-on-chip technology into real-world applications by employing scalable fabrication technologies, tube-less perfusion systems and chip designs based on the multiwellplate format. We look for collaborations with other research institutes and companies to develop, evaluate and valorize such in vitro models. We offer expertise and knowhow in both microfabrication and microfluidics as well as in cell culture and analytical technologies for a variety of OoC models.