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Kevin Tröndle

PhD student

VitaTröndle, Kevin 2018

Kevin Tröndle finished his studies in biology (B.Sc.) and microsystems engineering (B.Sc., M.Sc.) at the University of Freiburg.  From 2012 to 2014 he worked at BIOSS - Centre For Biological Signalling Studies, with focus on synthetic cell biology and protein engineering, to study basic cellular mechanisms. Since 2014 he works at IMTEK – Department of Microsystems Engineering in the field of cell printing for single-cell analysis and bioprinting applications. He started his PhD in 2018 at the chair for MEMS applications of Prof. R. Zengerle in the field of bioprinting, to manufacture tissue precursors for lab-on-a-chip applications and regenerative medicine.



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  • Thuenauer, Roland; Nicklaus, Simon; Frensch, Marco; Troendle, Kevin; Madl, Josef; Römer, Winfried (2018): A microfluidic biochip for locally confined stimulation of cells within an epithelial monolayer. In: RSC advances 8 (14), S. 7839–7846.
  • Arnaud, Julie; Tröndle, Kevin; Claudinon, Julie; Audfray, Aymeric; Varrot, Annabelle; Römer, Winfried; Imberty, Anne (2014): Membrane deformation by neolectins with engineered glycolipid binding sites. In: Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English) 53 (35), S. 9267–9270.
  • Arnaud, Julie; Claudinon, Julie; Tröndle, Kevin; Trovaslet, Marie; Larson, Göran; Thomas, Aline et al. (2013): Reduction of lectin valency drastically changes glycolipid dynamics in membranes but not surface avidity. In: ACS chemical biology 8 (9), S. 1918–1924.







Department of Microsystems Engineering – IMTEK
Laboratory for MEMS Applications
Georges-Koehler-Allee 103, 2nd floor (Hahn-Schickard building)
79110 Freiburg

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