After finishing her studies in biomedical sciences and obtaining a PhD degree in biochemistry from the University of Freiburg (Germany), Lena worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Hubrecht Institute for Developmental Biology and Stem Cell Research in Utrecht (The Netherlands). She was involved in the establishment of organoid cultures derived from human airway tissues with the aim to study stem cells in the lung and to develop patient-derived disease model systems. Lena has wide experience in designing scientific studies, analyzing and evaluating the acquired data and writing protocols and publications. She works on the clinical validation and implementation of our products.
Lena: “I am excited to be part of this innovative and professional environment. The chance to contribute to the development of medical devices improving healthcare and saving lives of patients is extremely motivating.”
Subject: Publication 'Core topics in Airway management' In the new edition of ‘core topics in Airway management’ both Ventrain and Evone are extensively mentioned: Chapter 18 is fully dedicated to Ventrain and Evone (Written by Kirstensen and Michiel de...