Mohammad joined Microsystems group in Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), where he started on the organ-on-chip pillar of "Moore4Medical" project, focused on smart multiwel platforms for cell culture. Moreover, Mohammad is developing microfluidic devices to finally mimic the cancer microenvironment in-vitro. His personal research interests are Cancer-on-Chip, Organ-on-Chip, cancer invasion versus ECM, and vasculature on chip.
We borrow the knowledge from biology and medicine, engineer it at micro scale, and then lend the result toward better understanding, early diagnosis, and effective treatment of cancer.
Mohammad JouyBar was born in 1994 in Iran. He graduated in 2017 from University of Tabriz with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering and his BSc thesis was focused on simulation of peristalsis in ureter. Then, he won the scholarship to pursue his master degree in Milan. He obtained his MSc in Biomedical Engineering from Politecnico di Milano in 2020. His master’s thesis involved design and fabrication of microfluidic devices for in-vitro studies, specifically Gut- and Lung-on-Chip. This project was in collaboration with European Institute of Oncology in Milan, where Mohammad worked one year as a research fellow during his thesis. Their focus in Microbiome and antiTumor Immunity group was microbiome contribution to cancer research.
Cancer metastasis on chipTERMIS 2021 6th World Congress (2021)
Organ-on-Chips for Studying Tissue Barriers(2021)
Breast cancer metastasis on a chipAnnual Meeting European Organ-on-Chip Society 2021, EUROoCS Conference 2021 (2021)
A Novel Soft Lithography Technique for Porous Membrane Fabrication as a Permeable Barrier in Gut- and Lung-on-Chip DevicesSelectBio, Organ-on-a-Chip, Tissue-on-a-Chip & Organoids (2020)
Fluid-structure interaction simulation of ureter with vesicoureteral reflux and primary obstructed megaureterBio-medical Materials and Engineering (2018)
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