Biomicrofluidics summer school

The Biomicrofluidics Laboratory organises summer school at the PPCU.
Date: 2017/07/10-18
Place: 1083 Budapest, Práter street 50/a
Application deadline: 2017/07/01
Topics: fundaments of microfluidics, fluid mechanics simulations, design, fabrication and testing of microfluidic devices
If you are interested in you can apply at the following link:
Application

Research collaboration with the National Institute of Environmental Health

Research collaboration has been established between the Biomicrofluidic Laboratory and the Water biology and Ecotoxicology of National Institute of Environmental Health. The project focuses on the research of novel diagnostic methods for waterborne parasitology.

Seminar at University of Pécs

András J. Laki gave a seminar on the 15th of February with the following title: "Microfluidic devices for CTC detection". After the seminar, round table discussion and visit the Szentágothai Research Centre.

Research collaboration with the National Institute of Epidemiology Centre

Research collaboration has been established between the Biomicrofluidic Laboratory and the National Institute of Epidemiology Centre. The project focuses on the research of novel diagnostic methods for parasitology. Using microfluidic devices food borne pathogens have been enriched successfully.

Biomicrofluidics Lab Open Day (2016.01.29)

On the 29th of January, we organize our Open Day of the Biomicrofluidics lab. We would like to kindly invite you to visit our lab at this event. We will represent our research fields, some highlighted projects and demonstrative set ups. Please let feel free to contact us for further informations.

Seminar at the European Union Reference Laboratory for Parasites

András J. Laki gave a seminar on the 11th of January at 11:30 with the following title: "Microfluidic devices for parasitology". After the seminar, round table discussion and visit the European Union Reference Laboratory for Parasites at ISS (Istituto Superiore di Sanità).

Seminar at the University of Ljubljana

András J. Laki gave a seminar with the following title: "Microfluidic devices for parasitology". After the presentation, round table discussion and visit of the Parasitology lab of the Institute of Microbiology and Immunology of the University of Ljubljana.

COST TD1302

Our lab joined into the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Food and Agriculture (FA) TD1302 action, which is called: "European Network on Taeniosis/Cysticercosis". Taenia solium (pork tapeworm) and T. saginata (beef tapeworm) cysticercosis (CC)/taeniosis are zoonoses of public health importance, with significant economic impacts on the health and meat (pork and beef) sectors within and outside the EU. Despite increased research efforts, an important number of gaps remain.

TDK and Ph.D. Open positions

The Biomicrofluidics Lab has open TDK and Ph.D. positions in the following research areas:

Food safety (Detection of pathogens, Foodborne parasitology)
Human healthcare (Circulating Tumor Cells (CTC), Blood analysis)
Particle separation methods (Hydrophoresis, Acoustophoresis)

Application deadline: 30th of December, 2015
For further information:
http://itk.ppke.hu/en/education/doctoral-school/phd-admission

COST FA1408

Our lab joined into the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Food and Agriculture (FA) FA1408 action, which is called: "An European Network for Foodborne Parasites (Euro-FBP)". The main objective of EURO-FBP is to decrease the impact on human health from foodborne parasites (FBP), through establishing a risk-based control programme for FBP containing robust and appropriate protective strategies.

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