Matilda Weywad

CBIO

 

The Colloids and Biological Interfaces (CBIO) group is a multidisciplinary research group with a mission to contribute to a better health in the society by developing healthcare technologies that improve drug delivery, immunotherapy, bioimaging, and biomedical devices. The technologies are conceptualized based on decades-long experience within nanoscale solutions for these purposes. To support this mission, the group brings together scientists from a range of diverse research fields and employs synthetic chemists, biophysicists, formulation scientists, cell biologists, immunologists, veterinarians, and medical doctors. This creates a unique scientific environment capable of handling research projects from initial concept and synthesis of therapeutic compounds and drug delivery systems to preclinical assessment as well as investigation of the biological context in which the new technology must function. The group is deeply dedicated to bringing health technologies into play in a clinical context and has provided the foundation for a series of spinout companies. Technologies of these spinout companies currently undergoes preclinical and clinical evaluation, or are marketed for use in humans.

Projects:

 
Advanced biomaterial implants for diagnostics and therapy

Drug delivery and discovery 

Functional bioimaging and tracer development 

Immunotherapy and cancer vaccines

 

Kontakt

Jonas Rosager Henriksen
Sektionsleder, Lektor
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
40 58 28 66

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Thomas Lars Andresen
Professor
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
25 37 44 86

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Anders Elias Hansen
Seniorforsker
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 81 39

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Paul Joseph Kempen
Lektor
DTU Nanolab

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Kasper Kristensen
Forsker
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 81 66

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Jannik Larsen
Seniorforsker
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 81 23

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Carl Fredrik Melander
Forsker
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 81 32

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Anton A. A. Autzen
Gruppeleder, Adjunkt
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
60 24 95 74

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Gael Clergeaud Veiga
Gæste forsker
DTU Sundhedsteknologi