UNIVERSITEIT MAASTRICHT

The Department of Complex Tissue Regeneration  at the Maastricht University is one of the founding fathers of the new MERLN Institute for technology inspired regenerative medicine. The department holds a prominent international position in the regeneration of vascular, bone, cartilage tissue and many more. The group develops scaffolds, cell- and growth factor-based tissue engineering, high-throughput screening and bioreactors to improve methods for complex tissues and organ regeneration.

Erasmus Mc

EMC is the largest University Medical Center in the Netherlands, with core activities of patient care, education and research. The Bone Tissue Engineering Research lab headed by Dr Farrell is part of a joint research group with the Departments of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthopaedics and Otorhinolaryngology. Dr Farrell’s research is focused on the process of endochondral ossification with specific expertise in 3D cell culture, in vivo generation of tissue-engineered bone, osteoimmunology and multiple cell co-culture models

EMC is the largest University Medical Center in the Netherlands, with core activities in patient care, education and research. The Bone Tissue Engineering Research lab headed by Dr. Farrell is part of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr. Farrell’s research is focused on the process of endochondral ossification with specific expertise in 3D cell culture, in vivo generation of tissue-engineered bone, osteoimmunology and multiple cell co-culture models.