Groups | Dept. Weil

We develop cell-instructive materials from natural biopolymer-hybrids combined with synthetic units to address medical challenges: molecular design, synthesis & structural control, hydrogel biofabrication.
We develop chemical strategies to precisely functionalize biomolecules and devise (bio)macromolecular therapeutics that can specifically alter the microenvironment of cells. [more]
Our group aims to fuse complex chemical systems into cell biology as a means to synthetically evolve and augment cellular life. [more]
We develop new methods to analyze and process intractable macromolecules by mass spectrometry and related methods [more]
We prepare hierarchically assembled biomaterials from stimuli-responsive, supramolecular building blocks in combination with (bio-)polymers. These hybrid materials offer exciting possibilities to facilitate cell-material communication.
Our group focused on the interdisciplinary work with other methods to get broader pictures of the properties of materials.
We are developing nanodiamond (ND) quantum sensing technology for in-situ probing and manipulating the intracellular parameters such as temperature, pH, and radical species in living systems. [more]

Scientific-Technical Coordinator

Scientific and construction coordination, occupational safety, research in polymeric materials [more]

Senior Researchers

We develop chemistries suitable for formation or breaking of dynamic-covalent bonds in life-like environment or in vivo. [more]

Work Safety

My work focuses on occupational safety (biology) and the development of biological tools to investigate cellular responses. [more]

Associated Members

Our group develops novel quantum tools to investigate living systems and soft matter at the nanoscale level. [more]
I provide my expertise as a seconded national expert at the Innovation Task Force of the European Medicines Agency in Amsterdam. [more]
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