9 search results for “bioanalysis” in the Public website
Nanofluidic tools for bioanalysis: the large advantages of the nano-scale
Promotor: Prof.dr. T. Hankemeier, Prof.dr. J.C.T. Eijkel (Twente University)
High-throughput profiling of small molecules using mass spectrometry
Promotor: Prof.dr. T. Hankemeier, Co-Promotor: R.J. Vreeken
Assistant Professor at the Metabolomics group, LUMC, The Nederlands
Quan/Qual analysis of drugs and metabolites in biological matrices
Can we develop a generic method for Quan/Qual analysis of small molecule drugs, their metabolites and endogenous metabolites in (pre-)clinical samples?
Predicting early Alzheimer's disease stage in human
A new research line is the development of liquid biopsy fingerprints to predict early Alzheimer’s disease (AD) stage in human in readily accessible body fluids in human (in collaboration with: Dr. Geert-Jan Groeneveld, CHDR; Prof. Elga de Vries, Free University Medical Center; and others).
Enabling volume-restricted metabolomics using next-generation microscale analytical tools
Development of micro-scale analytical tools to be used to address relevant biomedical questions in the field of neuroscience, and other application areas intrinsically dealing with small sample amounts.
Biomedical Microscale Analytics
The Biomedical Microscale Analytics group is led by Dr. Rawi Ramautar. In present-day metabolomics, and bioanalysis in general, the analytical toolbox used encounters difficulties for the analysis of limited amounts of biological samples. As a result, a significant number of crucial biomedical/clinical…
LACDR Fall symposium
An overview of research projects at the Predictive Pharmacology group.