Marie Curie Individual Fellowship Proposal: Microfluidics/Multicellular Spheroids


I am a group leader at the Institute for Bioprocessing and Analytical Measurement Techniques in Heilbad Heiligenstadt in Germany. I am looking for someone willing to collaborate on a proposal for an individual Marie Curie Fellowship in September on the topic of electrical measurement of multicellular spheroids by impedance spectroscopy. Multicellular spheroids are self-organizing cell aggregates that are of relevance for stem-cell differentiation or in tumour develoipment. Depending on the applicant we can write a proposal between being focussed on biological aspects or on engineering aspects. So your background could be in biology, microfluidics, biophysics or even electrical engineering. The basic design of our sensor system is already complete and preliminary measurements can be made in the next months.

Brian Cahill