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 […]
Associate of the Laboratory for Biocybernetics Assist. Prof. Lea Rems, PhD, is the recipient of the Alessandro Chiabrera Award 2021 for Early-Stage Researchers, which was awarded by the European BioElectromagnetics Association (EBEA). The award ceremony took place on 28 September 2021 at a conference in Ghent, Belgium, where, as the […]
The Slovenian Medical Association has recognised the paper Active enhancement methods for intra- and transdermal drug delivery: a review, authored by Barbara Zorec, Veronique Préat, Damijan Miklavčič, and Nataša Pavšelj as the most influential Slovenian Medical Journal paper in English. Congratulations!
You are invited to read an interview with LBK Member, young researcher Katja Balantič in the newspaper DELO, entitled “Electroshocks for cell membranes”. The interview is freely available via this link, however, it is in Slovene only.
More in the original news item published on the Faculty hompage, here (in Slovene only).
From last summer to this spring, the Laboratory for Biocybernetics carried out intensive renovation and expansion work. Two cell laboratories were renovated, and we added a new molecular laboratory with equipment for molecular biological analysis of samples following electroporation, as well as a completely new and newly equipped third cell […]
Two members of the Laboratory of biocybernetics, Lea Rems, PhD and Shaurya Sachdev, PhD have received the prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie for research related to electroporation. The aim of Lea’s project is to understand the relationship between ion channels in the cell membrane, prolonged membrane depolarization following electroporation, and cell survival […]
Note: This call is no longer open! Two PhD positions on developing electroporation-based technologies and treatments at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. More information is available from the PDF document: LBK_phd_position_ENG.
A short interview with Lea Rems about her research and beyond has been published in the national newspaper Delo. Link (article is in Slovene only): www.delo.si/novice/znanoteh/iskanje-poti-v-celice/
Lea Rems has started her Marie Skłodowska Curie Individual Fellowship project. The project is titled “Controlling the susceptibility of biological cells to pulsed electric field treatment by using ion channel modulators” and is funded by European Commission.