Colin Veenstra as PhD student
Starting from September 1, Colin Veenstra has been appointed as PhD student for 4 years. Colin will be working on the project ‘Needless Needles’, focusing on the development of low-coherence spectroscopy (LCS) for noninvasive blood analysis in newborns. Colin’s appointment has been supported by the UT/MIRA.
Colin completed his MSc degree in Biomedical Engineering within the BMPI group on 21 April 2015. His thesis was titled ‘Absorption coefficient measurements of scattering samples using an integrating sphere’.
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We wish Colin good luck at BMPI!
Lot Jeurink as Master student
Lot is a Biomedical Engineering master student. In the coming months, Lot will participate in the project ‘Needless Needles’, focusing on the development of low-coherence spectroscopy (LCS) for noninvasive blood analysis in newborns. Within this project, Lot will develop a method for accurate quantification of absorption from the LCS signal. Lot will be supervised by Nienke Bosschaart (email@example.com).
We wish Lot a ‘lot’ of luck at BMPI!