Haowen Yang is a PhD candidate in the immunoengineering group under the supervision of Dr. Jurjen Tel. His research currently focuses on decoding temporal immune signaling with single-cell resolution. By taking advantage of microfluidics and synthetic protocells, single-cell dynamics can be measured within designed artifical microenvironments. Probing cellular heterogeneity of immune response will reveal new insights into regulation of cell fate determination.
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Haowen Yang obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Medicine at Shandong Agricultural University. He then received his Master’s degree in Animal Genetics, Breeding and Reproduction at Guangxi University. During this period, he was also a visiting scholar at Southeast University with a focus on Nanodiagnostics. He subsequently moved to the microfluidics group led by Prof. Dr. Andrew deMello at ETH Zurich, for research on microfluidic-based bioanalysis. Haowen continued with PhD research at TU/e in the immunoengineering group led by Dr. Jurjen Tel, aiming at single-cell immune dynamics.
Responsive Peptide Nanofibers with Theranostic and Prognostic CapacityAngewandte Chemie - International Edition (2022)
A universal microfluidic approach for integrated analysis of temporal homocellular and heterocellular signaling and migration dynamicsBiosensors and Bioelectronics (2022)
Microfluidic chip for precise trapping of single cells and temporal analysis of signaling dynamicsCommunications Engineering (2022)
Acid-Activatable Transmorphic Peptide-Based Nanomaterials for Photodynamic TherapyAngewandte Chemie - International Edition (2020)
An aptamer-based new method for competitive fluorescence detection of exosomesNanoscale (2019)
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