Dr.-Ing. Meike Beer

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

Since 2007 Research associate in the group BioMEMS and Sensor Technology

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
Scientist BioMEMS and Sensors
Diplom-Ingenieurin

Publications

  • HepaChip-MP – a twenty-four chamber microplate for a continuously perfused liver coculture model
    Busche 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 M
    Lab on a Chip, DOI: 10.1039/d0lc00357c
  • Multimodal Chemosensor-Based, Real-Time Biomaterial/Cell Interface Monitoring
    Kubon M, Hartmann H, Moschallski M, Burkhardt C, Link G, Werner S, Stelzle M
    Advanced Biosystems. 2018; 2(6):1700236.
  • A novel microfluidic 3D platform for culturing pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma cells: comparison with in vitro cultures and in vivo xenografts
    Beer M, Kuppalu N, Stefanini M, Becker H, Schulz I, Manoli S, Schuette J, Schmees C, Casazza A, Stelzle M, Arcangeli A
    Sci Rep. 2017 Apr 25;7(1):1325. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-01256-8.
  • Towards quantification of biocompatibility: Monitoring ingrowth behavior of biomaterials in tissue with a microsensor implant
    Kubon M, Moschallski M, Ensslen T, Link G, Werner S, Burkhardt C, Hartmann H, Schlosshauer B, Urban G, Stelzle M
    IEEE Conference Paper, 2011, doi: 10.1109/TRANSDUCERS.2011.5969289
  • A microsensor system to probe physiological environments and tissue response
    Kubon M, Moschallski M, Link G, Ensslen T, Werner S, Burkhardt C, Nisch W, Scholz B, Schlosshauer B, Urban G, Stelzle M
    IEEE Conference Paper, 2010, doi: 10.1109/TRANSDUCERS.2011.5969289
  • Towards implantable sensors and actuators (Part 1): A microsensor device to probe biological and physiological environments
    Kubon M, Moschallski M, Werner S, Link G, Burkhardt C, Nisch W, Urban G & Stelzle M
    Biomedizinische Technik / Biomedical Engineering (2010), 10.1515/bmt.2010.711
  • Towards implantable sensors and actuators (Part 2): Avian ex ovo culture as quasi-in vivo environment
    Kubon M, Moschallski M, Link G, Werner S, Burkhardt C, Nisch W, Scholz B, Schlosshauer B, Urban G & Stelzle M
    Biomedizinische Technik / Biomedical Engineering (2010), 10.1515/bmt.2010.520
  • Ex ovo culture: An in vivo model for microsensorarray implants
    Kubon M, Moschallski M, Link GS, Werner S, Burkhardt C, Nisch W, Scholz B, Schlosshauer B, Urban G, Stelzle M
    7th International Meeting on Substrate-Integrated Microelectrode Arrays Reutlingen, 2010, NMI, BioPro.
  • MicroPrep: chip-based dielectrophoretic purification of mitochondria
    Moschallski M, Hausmann M, Posch A, Paulus A, Kunz N, Duong TT, Angres B, Fuchsberger K, Steuer H, Stoll D, Werner S, Hagmeyer B, Stelzle M
    Electrophoresis. 2010 Aug;31(15):2655-63. doi: 10.1002/elps.201000097.
  • Towards in vivo sensors: An electrochemical microsensor implant in an in vivo environment using avian ex ovo cultures
    Kubon M, Moschallski M, Link G, Werner S, Burkhardt C, Nisch W, Scholz B, Schlosshauer B & Urban G
    Conference Paper, Electrochemistry, 2010