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 […]
Angelika Vižintin, PhD student at the Laboratory of Biocybernetics, presented the paper entitled “Electrochemotherapy with microsecond and nanosecond pulses leads to the same cellular amount of cisplatin in vitro” at the BioEM 2022 conference which took place between the 19th and 24th June in Nagoya, Japan and received the award […]
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.
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 […]
The interview was conducted as part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) conference, which was organized this year by Slovenia, as the country presiding the European Union. The central theme of the conference was “Fostering balanced mobility flows in Europe”. The conference was held online on 15 and 16 November […]
As part of the Slovenian Ambassador’s Program, the head of the research programme of the Laboratory for Biocybernetics, prof. Damijan Miklavčič, has been recognised as one of the Congress ambassadors for 2021. Congratulations! List of Congress Ambassadors of Slovenia in 2021
Our innovation, a prototype bipolar high-frequency electroporator, came first in the competition held to award the University of Ljubljana Rector’s Award for Best innovation of 2021 in the category of full-time researchers. The prize is awarded to Assist. Prof. Matej Reberšek, Prof. Damijan Miklavčič, and Research Assoc. Eva Pirc, PhD. Congratulations!
The Department of Medical Sciences of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts and the SmartGene.si consortium kindly invite you to the symposium SmartGene.si, Development and Challenges of Gene Therapy in Slovenia, which will take place on Tuesday, November 23, 2021, at 1 pm in the SAZU hall and online. More […]
Recently there has been an interview published in the journal Manager/Finance with our colleague from the Laboratory of Biocybernetics Assist. Prof. Lea Rems, PhD. (All ressources below are in Slovene only.) Link to the interview: https://manager.finance.si/8980843/(intervju)-Zdravljenje-tezkih-bolezni-z-elektriko PDF: here. Audio: here.
The postgraduate course EBTT is intended both for novices and experts in electroporation, including PhD students, researchers, and in general prospective users with interest in electroporation technology. During the week of 14-20 November we are organising the course for the fourteenth time, which involves lectures and practical lab work covering […]