How do I find my peers?

by: in: Researchon March 11, 2016

As a researcher I am interested in what other scientists in my field are investigating. But who are these other scientists? Where do they work? The core research topic of the Interface Group is the study of flow and transport phenomena in biological systems, which belongs largely to the fields of biofluidics and biofluid mechanics. On the applied front, this includes the interaction of medical devices with their biological environment. Good examples of this topic are drug release from a stent placed inside an artery or the function of an artificial heart valve.

Whether you are already a scientist in biofluidics or you want to enter this exciting field, a comprehensive list of active research laboratories would come in handy. Since I could not find such a list, I have started one on Wikipedia.

I encourage you to contribute and extend the list to make it a truly comprehensive and a useful source for the biofluidics community.

How do I find my peers?

Ufuk Olgac

is a postdoctoral researcher in the Interface Group. His main interest lies in CFD and its applications in biofluidics. He is also a keen reader & follower of astrophysics.

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