Areas of activity
Microfluidics for applications as Lab on a Chip, for separation of biological particles, sample preparation in microfluidics systems, joining technologies for microfluidics, integration of electrodes in microfluidics.
Stages of career
2007 PhD in microsystems technology on immobilization of proteins in hydrogel microarrays on polymer substrates
2003-2007 Scientific assistant at the Chair of Chemistry and Physics of Interfaces, Institute for Microsystems Technology, University of Freiburg
1998-2003 Studied microsystems technology at the University of Freiburg.
Dr.-Ing. Meike Beer
HepaChip-MP – a twenty-four chamber microplate for a continuously perfused liver coculture modelBusche M, Tomilova O, Schütte J, Werner S, Beer M, Groll N, Hagmeyer B, Pawlak M, Jones P D, Schmees C, Becker H, Schnabel J, Gall K, Hemmler R, Matz-Soja M, Damm G, Beuck S, Klaassen T, Moer J, Ullrich A, Runge D, Schenke-Layland K, Gebhardt R und Stelzle MLab on a Chip, DOI: 10.1039/d0lc00357c