About Us

AD-gut is strongly supported and driven by a well-recognized multi-disciplinary consortium, based on established tightly links and successful scientific exchange.

The transdisciplinary AD-gut consortium is well integrated in the European and global research community and has an established network with academic and industrial partners at the national and European level. The AD-gut range is largely increased when adding major European connections in industry and academia which are closely linked to this research endeavor.

List of AD-gut participants

Participant Name Participant Organisation Name Country
Prof. A. Radenovic (Coordinator) EPFL Switzerland
Prof. T. Lasser EPFL Switzerland
Prof. D. Van de Ville EPFL Switzerland
J. Deen EPFL Switzerland
L. Feletti EPFL Switzerland
A. Planchette, PhD student EPFL Switzerland
A. Descloux, PhD student EPFL Switzerland
Prof. T. Weil Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research Germany
J. Quambusch Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research Germany
L. Kesseler Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research Germany
Prof. J. Hofkens University of Leuven Belgium
V. Leen University of Leuven Belgium
A. Bouwens University of Leuven Belgium
R. Vitale University of Leuven Belgium
L. D’Huys University of Leuven Belgium
Prof. J. Raes VIB (Flemish Institute for Biotechnology) Belgium
G. Huys VIB (Flemish Institute for Biotechnology) Belgium
Prof. F. Fåk Hållenius University of Lund Sweden
O. Prykhodko University of Lund Sweden
S. Burleigh University of Lund Sweden
N. Marungruang, PhD student University of Lund Sweden
Prof. A. Macpherson University of Bern Switzerland
F. Ronchi University of Bern Switzerland
M. Gomez de Agüero University of Bern Switzerland
S. Ganal-Vonarburg University of Bern Switzerland
J. Kirundi University of Bern Switzerland
T. Müller University of Bern Switzerland
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This project has received funding from the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union under grant agreement n° 686271.

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