University of Zürich
Institute of Physiology
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Christelle is a medical student at the University of Zurich who joined the Interface Group since October 2014 for the purpose of her master thesis. It is about the
afterload mismatch in the context of percutaneous mitral valve repair. Apart from her BSc in Medicine, she holds a BSc in Biochemistry (Chemistry/Biophysics Track).
November 6, 2017
"Blood Pump Design Variations and Their Influence on Hydraulic Performance and Indicators of Hemocompatibility" was published in
Annals of Biomedical Engineering. more
New article published
“Blood Pump Design Variations and Their Influence on Hydraulic Performance and Indicators of Hemocompatibility” was published in
Annals of Biomedical Engineering.
September 29, 2017
"Influence of Standard Laboratory Procedures on Measures of Erythrocyte Damage" was published in
Frontiers in Physiology. more
New article published
“Influence of Standard Laboratory Procedures on Measures of Erythrocyte Damage” by Lena Wiegmann was published in
. Frontiers in Physiology
September 11, 2017
Norman Juchler, PhD student at the Interface Group and the ZHAW, has won the Best Poster Award in the “Medical Systems Biology” category at the SystemsX Conference (September 4-7, 2017).
Norman Juchler wins Best Poster Award
Norman Juchler, PhD student at the Inteface Group and the ZHAW, won the Best Poster Award in the “Medical Systems Biology” category at the SystemsX Conference (September 4-7, 2017) for his outstanding illustration of “Measuring the morphological complexity of intracranial aneurysms”. Norman presented the progress on how to assess aneurysm morphology quantitatively with the goal to create shape descriptors as image biomarkers for disease status.
August 28, 2017
The Interface Group will present visualizations of the kidney's vascular structure at the
Scientifica 2017, this year's Zurich Science Days with the topic of Big Data. more
The Interface Group at the Scientifica
The current issue of the
UZH magazine summarizes how central the topic of Big Data is in current research. Enormous amounts of data are being collected in various scientific projects, with our own Willy Kuo contributing to this increase in information. As a foretaste of our group’s part in the Zurich Science Days, Willy gave an interview on his work with very large computed tomography datasets.