We are looking for a Young Researcher (announcement of a vacant position / job call)

The Young Researcher will be trained in the Laboratory of Biocybernetics, which is an international interdisciplinary group composed of engineers, biologists, microbiologists, medical doctors and chemists. Major direction pursued in the research group is the use of high-intensity pulsed electric fields in biomedicine and biotechnology. Exposure of biological cells and […]

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Electroporation featured in the news broadcast Odmevi on channel TV SLO 1

On Thursday’s (February 23, 2023) show Odmevi on TV SLO 1 (link below), you could catch, among others, a just under 10-minute long segment on electroporation, with an emphasis on electrochemotherapy and cardiac ablation, and including an interview with prof. Damijan Miklavčič and cardiologist Matevž Jan. Link to the broadcast: […]

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Tjaša Potočnik and Jessica Genovese recipients of awards at the 4th World Congress on Electroporation

Member of the laboratory for biocybernetics and young researcher Tjaša Potočnik received the The Best Presentation Award in the category “Vaccines and Oncoimmunology” at the 4th World Congress on Electroporation in Copenhagen, Denmark (4th World Congress on Electroporation and Pulsed Electric Fields in Biology, Medicine, & Food and Environmental Technologies). Award […]

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Interview with Damijan Miklavčič entitled ‘Cracking down on cells using high-voltage electric pulses’ in Delo, October 13, 2022

An interview with prof. Damijan Miklavčič, dr. h. c., head of the LBK Research Programme Leader, was published in the Delo newspaper in its October 13 issue, and is entitled ‘Nad celice z visokonapetostnimi električnimi pulzi’ (trans. Cracking down on cells using high-voltage electric pulses). The interview is in Slovene […]

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A vacancy for a PhD position

We are announcing an open PhD position on developing electroporation-based technologies and treatments at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. More information is available from the PDF document: here. Mentor/contact for interested candidates is Prof. Damijan Miklavčič.

Prof. Stanislav Reberšek has passed away

Professor Stanislav Reberšek was born 1942 in Celje, Slovenia. In 1969 he graduated from University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, where he later received his master’s degree in 1980 and his doctorate in 1984. He entered research in the field of biomedical engineering in 1968 at the Faculty of […]

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