AUTOSTEM partner news | Aston University and Orbsen Therapeutics

Welcome, Naya! A new Post Doctoral Researcher started at Aston University on the AUTOSTEM project. Dr Panagiota (Naya) Moutsatsou is a chemical engineer by training with extensive lab research experience focusing on nanomedicine, biomaterials and biotechnology. In addition, she possesses experience in Quality Assurance in the food industry. Naya completed her PhD at Loughborough University, UK[…]

“AUTOSTEM: Robotergestützte Verfahren zur automatisierten Stammzellproduktion”

The AUTOSTEM project will be presented at the Fraunhofer Netzwert Symposium. This is a non-public congress for representatives of the Fraunhofer Institutes in Germany. The symposium will be held on the 27 and 28th of February 2018 in Munich. Here, Business Unit Manager, Jelena Ochs of Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology (IPT) will facilitate an AUTOSTEM[…]

Welcoming new researchers to AUTOSTEM

Four AUTOSTEM partners have added new staff members. We welcome them to the team! New to the AUTOSTEM team within Orbsen Therapeutics are Eva Camarillo, Marie Curie Fellow, and Luke Watson, Researcher Assistant. Together, they are working to functionalize polystyrene beads with the ORB antibody to act both as the selection method for Orbsen’s cells[…]

AUTOSTEM researchers exhibit at the Galway Science & Technology Festival public forum

AUTOSTEM researchers at NUI Galway exhibited at the Galway Science and Technology Forum on 26 November 2017. In excess of 20,000 people attended the exhibition day. The NUI Galway regenerative medicine stand was the brainchild of Dr Siobhán Gaughan who works across several EU-funded stem cell projects coordinated at NUI Galway. Researchers Niamh Duffy and[…]