Scientific Staff

Dimitrios Stamatialis

CURRICULUM VITAE – D. Stamatialis

1. Personal Information

Name: Dimitrios F. Stamatialis
Date and place of Birth: 21/01/1968, Sarti - Halkidiki, Greece.
Nationality: Hellenic
Current address: University of Twente, Faculty of Science and Technology, Bioartificial organs chair, Department of Biomaterials Science and Technology – ZH242, P.O. Box 217, 7500AE Enschede, The Netherlands
Telephone: +31-53-4894675 (office) and +31- 0624935487 (mobile)
E-mail: d.stamatialis@utwente.nl

2. Degrees

B. Sc. Chemistry, University of Athens, 1989, (Very good).
Ph.D. University of Athens (Physical Chemistry Department), 1995, (Excellent – with honors).

3. Employment activities

July 2016 – present: Full Professor, chair of (bio)artificial organs, department of Biomaterials Science and Technology, MIRA institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technical Medicine, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Twente –The Netherlands.
September 2013 – June 2016: Adjunct Professor, department of Biomaterials Science and Technology, MIRA institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technical Medicine, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Twente–The Netherlands.
January 2011 – August 2013: Associate professor at the Biomaterials Science and Technology department, in MIRA institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technical Medicine, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Twente–The Netherlands. Research: Biomedical Membranes and (bio) artificial organs.
January 2007 – December 2010: Associate professor at the Membrane Technology group, in the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Twente – The Netherlands.
March 2002 – December 2006: Assistant professor at the Membrane Technology, in the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Twente – The Netherlands.
March 2000 – February 2002: Senior researcher in the European Membrane Institute Twente (EMI–Twente) in the Membrane Technology Group of the University of Twente –The Netherlands. Subject: “Development of an iontophoretic transdermal drug delivery system”.
September 1999 – February 2000: Postdoctoral researcher in the Transport of Matter Group at the Institute of Physical Chemistry in NCSR “Demokritos” in Greece. Subject: “Study of penetration of solvents, swelling agents and their mixtures in polymers of micro-lithography”.
September 1998 – August 1999: Postdoctoral researcher in the Membrane Technology Group of Prof. M. N. de Pinho at the “Instituto Superior Tecnico” of the Technical University of Lisbon-Portugal. Subjects: (a) Atomic force microscopy of dense and asymmetric cellulose based membranes” (b) “Optimization of cellulose acetate propionate composite membranes”.
January 1998 – August 1998: During military service, researcher in the Greek Army Research and Technology Center (Results classified). Subjects: (a) “Research and development of composite materials (polymer/ceramic) as armor systems” and (b) “Development of anti-IR paintings for military vehicles”.
October 1995 - September 1996:  Postdoctoral researcher in the Transport of Matter Group (Group leader Dr. J.H. Petropoulos) at the Institute of Physical Chemistry in NCSR “Demokritos”. Subjects: (a) Further work on liquid penetration in cellulose acetate (October- December 1995). (b) Penetration of alcohols in poly methacrylates (January 1996-September 1996).
April 1995 - October 1995: Postdoctoral fellow (fellowship awarded by the E.U. within the framework of the Human Capital and Mobility Project entitled “Functional Membranes”) in the Membrane Technology Group of Prof. H. Strathmann at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. Subject: “Development of an interferometric technique for vapor sorption studies in rubbery (silicone rubber) and glassy polymeric (cellulose acetate, poly trimethylsilyl- propyne) membranes”.
March 1990 - March 1995: Postgraduate student (fellowship awarded by NCSR “Demokritos”) in the Transport of Matter Group (Group leader Dr. J.H. Petropoulos) at the Institute of Physical Chemistry. Subject: “Fundamental experimental studies of sorption and diffusion of micro-molecular liquids and vapors in polymeric membranes by means of sorption-kinetic and optical (polarizing microscopy, micro-densitometry, micro-interferometry) methods”.

4. Research activities

Supervisor of researchers

Project title

Researchers

Non thrombogenic membranes for blood purification

Dooli Kim –  Postdoc (3y)

UT-UMCU strategic collaboration – bioartificial kidney

Sylvia Michaila – Postdoc (2y)

Heart on Chip

Iris Aliijn – Postdoc (3y)

Nano-composite membranes for bioseparations

(ITN EU - TheLInk)

Ilaria Geremia – PhD student

Piet Driest - PhD student

3D Lung on chip

Thijs Pasman – PhD student

New methods for blood detoxification

Odyl den Beek – PhD student

Encapsulation of pancreatic cells

K.Skryzpek - Postdoc

Prototype (bio) artificial kidney devices (ITN EU -BIOART)

D. Pavlenko – PhD student

Purification and separation of macromolecular compounds by continuous field-flow fractionation

B. Kavurt– PhD student

Promotor of PhD students

PhD thesis title

PhD student

Year

Development of an upscaled bioartificial kidney system

N. Chevtchik

2017

Membrane based bioartificial pancreas device

K. Skrzypek

2017

High throughput screening of biologically active surface nanotopographies

F. Hulshof

2016

Membrane concepts for blood purification

M. Tijink

2013

Development of Membranes for organic solvent filtration

S. Dutczak

2011

Membrane supported scaffold architectures for tissue engineering

N. S. Bettahalli

2011

Charged porous membrane structures for separation of biomolecules

K. K. Kopec

2011

Design strategies for tissue engineering scaffolds

B. Papenburg

2009

Development of new membrane materials for direct methanol fuel cells

M.H. Yildirim

2009

Fullerene and dendrimer based nanocomposite gas separation membranes

D.M. Sterescu

2007

Membrane module and process development for monopolar and bipolar membrane electrodialysis

J. Balster

2006

Waste minimization in chromium plating industry

I. Frenzel

2005

Poly (dimethyl siloxane) based composite nanofiltration membranes for non-aqueous applications

N. Stafie

2004

5. Selected international activities

  • Member of the board of the European Society of Artificial Organs (ESAO) and chairman of the working group: “Bioartificial organs” of the society.
  • Editor of the “International journal of artificial organs”, official journal of ESAO
  • Member of the EuTox group, an ESAO working group dealing with coordination of European research on uremic toxins (members only by invitation).
  • Member of the: American Society of artificial organs (ASAIO), ESAO, European Membrane Society (EMS), European Society of Biomaterials (ESB), European Tissue Engineering society (ETES), European association for the study of diabetes (EASD).
  • Regular member of the international scientific committees of annual meetings of: ESAO, ESB, EMS and world biomaterials congress (WBC)
  • Coordinator of cluster: “Membranes for health” within the European Membrane House; an organization coordinating membrane research in European level
  • Coordinator of the Marie Curie training network “BIOART”: Training network for developing innovative (bio) artificial devices for treatment of kidney and liver disease (2012-2016)
  • Principal Investigator of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) USA project on encapsulation of pancreatic cells.
  • Research visits at the Renal Research Institute (New York – USA): co - supervisor of clinical studies for the removal of uremic toxins via artificial kidney devices (2012-2013)

Awards

  1. University of Twente 2016 media 1st price: “UT in the media 2016, for the publication of the bioartificial kidney research.
  2. Top three in the contest for “Central Education price, 2008” (Teacher of the year 2008) of the University of Twente.
  3. “Teacher of the year 2008” for the Biomedical Engineering study of University of Twente. 

6.Teaching activities

Perform teaching of the following courses:

  • Physical chemistry for the life sciences: biomedical engineering study of the University of Twente (BSc, 4 ECTS, 2003– present).
  • Biomedical membranes and bioartificial organs: biomedical engineering and technical medicine study of the University of Twente (MSc, 5 ECTS, 2015 – present).  

  • Blood purification practical course (TG): technical medicine study of the University of Twente (BSc, 2 ECTS, 2004 – present).
  • Mentor of BMT student groups within the BSc and MSc studies (TOM).

7. Publications - Patents

PhD thesis
Title: “Study of the transport mechanism of micromolecular solvents or swelling agents in glassy polymeric membranes by various methods”, Chemistry Department, University of Athens (1995).

Books
“(Bio)artificial organs to mimic or replace patient falling organs”, D. F. Stamatialis, Inaugural lecture book, University of Twente, June 8, 2017.
“Biomedical membranes and bioartificial organs”, D. F. Stamatialis, Ed., World Scientific/ Oxford press, (2017), in press.
“Drug delivery through skin-overcoming the ultimate biological membrane”. D.F. Stamatialis, In “Membranes for Life sciences”, Chapter 7, p. 191-226. Peinemann, K. V., Nunes S, Ed. Wiley, ISBN: 978-3-527-31480-5 (2008).

Patents
1. “Crosslinked polyimide membrane”, S. Dutczak, P. Cuperus, D.F Stamatialis EP 11171318.6. (2012).
2. “Hollow fiber membrane”, K.K. Kopec, S. Dutczak, D.F Stamatialis, M. Wessling, Patent application EP 10155639.7. (2010).
3. “Hollow fiber membrane”, K.K. Kopec, S. Dutczak, D.F Stamatialis, M. Wessling, Patent application WO 2011/108929 A2 (2011).
4. “High throughput screening method and apparatus for analyzing interactions between surfaces with different topography and environment”, J. de Boer, C. van Blitterswijk, H. Unadkat, D.F. Stamatialis, B. Papenburg, M. Wessling WO 2009/058015 A1 (2009).
5. “Ion permeable membrane and the production thereof”, J. H Balster, D.F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, WO2008/122442 (2008).
6. “Gas separation membranes comprising permeability enhancing additives”, D.M. Sterescu, D.F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, WO2007/105952 A1 (2007).
7. “The method of nanofiltration separation of organic liquids”, A.V. Volkov, V.S. Khotimsky, V.V. Parashchuk, D. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, V.V. Volkov and N.A. Plate. RU2297975 C1 (2007).

Publications in international peer reviewed journals

  1. “Insight into the transport mechanism of solute removed in dialysis by a membrane with double functionality”, D. Snisarenko, D. Pavlenko, D. Stamatialis, P. Aimar, C. Causserand, P. Bacchin, Chemical Engineering Research and Design Journal, 126 (2017) p97.
  2. “New insights into the effects of biomaterial chemistry and topography on the morphology of kidney epithelial cells”, F. Hulshof, C. Schophuizen, M. Mihajlovic, C. van Blitterswijk, R. Masereeuw, J. de Boer, D. Stamatialis, Journal of Tissue Engineering Regenerative Medicine (2017) in press.
  3. “NanoTopoChip: High-throughput Nanotopographical Cell Instruction”. F. Hulshof, Y. Zhao, A. Vasilevich, N. Beijer, M. de Boer, B. Papenburg, C. van Blitterswijk, D. Stamatialis, J. de Boer, Acta Biomaterialia, 62 (2017) p188.
  4. “Fabricating porous photo-crosslinked poly (trimethylene carbonate) membranes using temperature-induced phase separation”, T. Pasman, D.W. Grijpma, D. Stamatialis, A.A. Poot, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 28 (2017) p1258.
  5. “Aliphatic Isocyanurates and Isocyanurate Networks”, P.J. Driest, V. Lenzi, L.S.A. Marques, M.M.D. Ramos, D.J. Dijkstra, F.U. Richter, D. Stamatialis, D.W. Grijpma, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 28(2017) p1299.
  6. “Pancreatic islet macroencapsulation using microwell porous membranes”, K. Skrzypek, M. Groot Nibbelink, J. van Lente, M. Buitinga, M. A. Engelse, E. J.P. de Koning, M. Karperien, A. van Apeldoorn, D. Stamatialis, Nature Scientific Reports 7 (2017) 9186.
  7. “Mining for osteogenic surface topographies: In silico design to in vivo osseointegra-tion” F. Hulshof, B. Papenburg, A. Vasilevich, M. Hulsman, Y. Zhao, M. Levers, N. Fekete, M. de Boer, H. Yuan, S. Singh, N. Beijer, M. Bray, D. Logan, M. Reinders, A. Carpenter, C. van Blitterswijk, D. Stamatialis, J. de Boer, Biomaterials 137 (2017) p49.
  8. "Allostimulatory capacity of conditionally immortalized proximal tubule cell lines for bioartificial kidney application", M. Mihajlovic, L. P van den Heuvel, J. Hoenderop, J. Jansen, M. J. Wilmer, A. Westheim, W.A. Allebes, D. Stamatialis, L. B. Hilbrands and R. Masereeuw, Nature Scientific Reports 7 (2017) p7582.
  9. “Creating a bioartificial kidney”, R. Masereeuw, D. Stamatialis, Int. J. Artif. Organs, 40(7) (2017) p323.
  10. “Focus issue, Bioartificial organs and tissue engineering”, D. Stamatialis, Int. J. Artif. Organs, 40(4) (2017) p133.
  11. “Micro-topographies promote late chondrogenic differentiation markers in the ATDC5 cell line”, Bach Q. Le, A. Vasilevich, S. Vermeulen, F. Hulshof, D. Stamatialis, C. van Blitterswijk, J. de Boer, Tissue Engineering 23 (2017) p458.
  12. “New low-flux mixed matrix membranes that offer superior removal of protein-bound toxins from human plasma”, D. Pavlenko, E. van Geffen, M. J. van Steenbergen, G. Glorieux, R. Vanholder, K. G.F. Gerritsen, D. Stamatialis, Nature Scientific Reports, 6 (2016) 34429.
  13. “Upscaling of a living membrane for bioartificial kidney device”, N. V. Chevtchik, M. Fedecostante, J. Jansen, M. Mihajlovic, M. Wilmer, M. Rüth, R. Masereeuw, D. Stamatialis European Journal of Pharmacology, 790 (2016) p28.
  14. “Organs-on-chips in Drug Development: The Importance of Involving Stakeholders in Early Health Technology Assessment”, H. H.T. Middelkamp, A. D. van der Meer, J. M. Hummel, D. Stamatialis, C. L. Mummery, R. Passier, M. J. IJzerman, Applied in vitro Toxicology, 2 (2) (2016) p74.
  15. "Bioengineered kidney tubules efficiently excrete uremic toxins", J. Jansen, M. Fedecostante, M. J Wilmer, J. G Peters, U. Kreuser, A. Bilos, R. Mensink, T. Boltje, D. Stamatialis, J. F.M. Wetzels, L. P van den Heuvel, J. G.J. Hoenderop, R. Masereeuw, Nature Scientific Reports, 6 (2016) 26715.
  16. “Regeneration of the lung: Lung stem cells and the development of lung mimicking devices”, K. Schilders; E. Eenjes; S. van Riet; A. Poot; D. Stamatialis; R. Truckenmüller; P. Hiemstra, R. Rottier, Respiratory Research 17 (2016) p44.
  17. “Human proximal tubule epithelial cells cultured on hollow fibers: living membranes that actively transport organic cations”, Jansen J, De Napoli IE, Fedecostante M, Schophuizen CMS, Chevtchik NV, Wilmer MJ, van Asbeck AH, Croes HJ, Pertijs JC, Wetzels JFM, Hilbrands LB, van den Heuvel LP, Hoenderop JG, Stamatialis D, Masereeuw R. Nature Scientific Reports, 5 (2015) 16702.
  18. "Fabrication of three-dimensional bioplotted hydrogel scaffolds for transplantation of islets of Langerhans", G. Marchioli, L. Gurp, P. van Krieken, D.F. Stamatialis, M. Engelse, C. van Blitterswijk, M. Karperien, E. de Koning, J. Alblas, L. Moroni, A. van Apeldoorn, Biofabrication, 7 (2015) 025009.
  19. “Analysis of high-throughput screening reveals the effect of surface topographies on cellular morphology” M. Hulsman, F. Hulshof, H. Unadkat, B. Papenburg, D. Stamatialis, R. Truckenmüller, C. van Blitterswijk, J. de Boer and M. J.T. Reinders. Acta Biomaterialia, 15 (2015) p29.
  20. “Development of a living membrane comprising of a functional human renal proximal tubule cell monolayer on polyethersulfone polymeric membrane”, C.M.S. Schophuizen, I.E. De Napoli, J. Jansen, S. Teixeira, M.J. Wilmer, J.G.J. Hoenderop, L.P.W. Van den Heuvel, R. Masereeuw, D. Stamatialis, Acta Biomaterialia., 14 (2015) p22-32.
  21. "Membranes for separation of biomacromolecules and bioparticles via flow field-flow fractionation", B. Kavurt, M. Marioli, W. Kok, D. Stamatialis, J. Chem. Tech. Biotech., 90, (2015) p11-18.
  22. “Effect of tissue scaffold topography on protein structure monitored by fluorescence spectroscopy”, C. A. M. Portugal, R. Truckenmüller, D. Stamatialis, J. G. Crespo, J. Biotechnology., 189 (2014) 166-174.
  23. “Facile method of building hydroxyapatite 3D scaffolds assembled from porous hollow fibers enabling nutrient delivery”, D. Salamon, S. Teixeira, S. Dutczak, D.F. Stamatialis, Ceramic Intertantional, 40 (2014) 14793-14799.
  24. “Polymeric hollow fiber membranes for bioartificial organs and tissue engineering applications”, N. Diban, D. Stamatialis, J. Chem. Tech. Biotech., 89 (2014), 633-643.
  25. “Mixed matrix membranes: a new asset for blood purification therapies” M.S.L. Tijink, J. Kooman, M. Wester, J. Sun, S. Saiful, J. A. Joles, Z. Borneman, M. Wessling, D. F. Stamatialis, Blood Purification, 37 (2014) 1-3.
  26. “Development of multilayer constructs for tissue engineering”, N.M.S. Bettahalli, N. Groen, H. Steg, H. Unadkat, J. de Boer, C.A. van Blitterswijk, M. Wessling, D. Stamatialis, J. Tiss. Eng. Regen. Med., 8 (2014) 106-119.
  27. “Effect of Surface Morphology of Poly (ε-caprolactone) Scaffolds on Adipose Stem Cell Adhesion and Proliferation”, N. Diban, S.Haimi, L. Bolhuis-Versteeg, S. Teixeira, S. Miettinen, A. Poot, D. W. Grijpma, D. Stamatialis, Macrom. Symp., 334 (2013), 126-132.
  28. “Development of novel membranes for blood purification therapies based on copolymers of N-vinylpyrrolidone and n-butylmethacrylate”, M. Tijink, J. Janssen, M. Timmer, J. Austen, Y. Aldenhoff, J. Kooman, L. Koole, J. Damoiseaux, R. van Oerle, Y. Henskens, D. Stamatialis, J. Mater. Chem. B, 1 (44) (2013) 6066-6077.
  29. "Mixed matrix hollow fiber membranes for removal of protein-bound toxins from human plasma” M. Tijink, M. Wester, G. Glorieux, K.G.F. Gerritsen, J. Sun, P. Swart, Z. Borneman, M. Wessling, R. Vanholder, J.A. Joles, D. Stamatialis, Biomater., 34 (2013) 7819-7828.
  30. “A metal ion charged mixed matrix membrane for selective adsorption of hemoglobin”, K.K.R. Tetala. K. Skrzypek, M. Levisson, D.F. Stamatialis, Sep. Pur. Tech., 115 (2013) 20-26.
  31. “Corrugated round fibers to improve cell adhesion and proliferation in tissue engineering scaffolds”, N.M.S. Bettahalli, I.T.M. Arkesteijn, M. Wessling, A.A. Poot, D. Stamatialis, Acta Biomat., 9 (2013) 6928-6935.
  32. “Development and characterization of Poly (ε-caprolactone) hollow fiber membranes for vascular tissue engineering”, N. Diban, S. Haimi, L. Bolhuis-Versteeg, S. Teixeira, S. Miettinen, A. Poot, D. Grijpma, D. Stamatialis, J. Membr. Sci., 438 (2013) 29-37.
  33.  “Hollow fibers of Poly (lactide-co-glycolide) and Poly (ε-caprolactone) blends for vascular tissue engineering applications”, N. Diban, S. Haimi, L. Bolhuis-Versteeg, S. Teixeira, S. Miettinen, A. Poot, D. Grijpma, D. Stamatialis, Acta Biomat., 9 (2013) 6450-6458.
  34. “Mixed matrix membranes for efficient adsorption of copper ions from aqueous solutions”, K.K.R. Tetala, D. F. Stamatialis, Sep. Pur. Tech., 104 (2013) 214-220.
  35. “A modular versatile chip carrier for high throughput screening of cell-biomaterial interactions”, H. V. Unadkat, R. R. Rewagad, M. Hulsman, G.F.B. Hulshof, R. K. Truckenmüller, D.F. Stamatialis, M. J. T. Reinders, J. C. T. Eijkel, A. van den Berg, C. A. van Blitterswijk, J. de Boer, J Roy. Soc. Interface, 10 (78) (2013) 20120753.
  36.  “New crosslinking method of polyamide-imide membranes for potential application in harsh polar aprotic solvents”, S.M. Dutczak, P. Cuperus, M. Wessling, D. Stamatialis, Sep. Pur. Tech., 102 (2013) 142-146.
  37. Porous membrane structures as stationary phase for capillary electrochromatography, K. K. Kopeć, M. Wessling, D. F. Stamatialis, Electroph., 33 (2012) 2892-2895.
  38. “A novel approach for blood purification: mixed matrix membranes combining diffusion and adsorption in one step”, M. S.L. Tijink, M. Wester, J. Sun, A. Saris, L.A.M. Bolhuis-Versteeg, S. Saiful, J. A. Joles, Z. Borneman, M. Wessling, D. F. Stamatialis, Acta Biomater. 8 (2012) 2279-2287.
  39.  “Fabrication of cell container arrays with overlaid topographies”, R. Truckenmüller S. Giselbrecht, M. Escalante-Marun, M.Groenendijk, B. Papenburg, N. Rivron, H. Unadkat, V. Saile, V. Subramaniam, A. van den Berg, C. van Blitterswijk, M. Wessling, J. de Boer, D. Stamatialis, Biomed. Microdev., 14 (2012) 95-107.
  40. “Important factors influencing molecular weight cut-off determination of membranes in organic solvents”, H.J. Zwijnenberg, S.M. Dutczak, M.E. Boerrigter, M.A. Hempenius, M.W.J. Luiten-Olieman, N.E. Benes, M. Wessling, D. Stamatialis, J Membr. Sci., 390/391 (2012) 211-217.
  41. “Chemistry in a spinneret to fabricate hollow fibers for organic solvent filtration”, S.M. Dutczak, C.R. Tanardi, K.K. Kopeć, M. Wessling, D. Stamatialis, Sep. Pur. Tech., 86 (2012) 183-189.
  42.  “Model to design multilayer tissue engineering scaffolds”, B. J. Papenburg, G. A. Higuera, I-J de Vries, J. de Boer, C. A. van Blitterswijk, M. Wessling, D. Stamatialis, Macrom. Symp., 309/310 (2011) 84-92. 
  43. “Functional polymer scaffolds for blood vessel tissue engineering”, N. Diban, D.F. Stamatialis, Macrom. Symp., 309/310 (2011) 93-99.
  44. ”An algorithm-based topographical biomaterials library to instruct cell fate”, H.V. Unadkat, M. Hulsman, K. Cornelissen, B. Papenburg, R.K. Truckenmüller, G.F. Post, M. Uetz, M.J.T. Reinders, D. Stamatialis, C. van Blitterswijk, J. de Boer, Proc Nat. Ac. Sci, USA 108 (4) (2011) 16565-16570.
  45. “Integration of hollow fiber membranes improves nutrient supply in 3D tissue constructs”, N. Bettahalli, J. Vicente, L. Moroni, G. Higuera, C. van Blitterswijk, M. Wessling, D. Stamatialis, Acta Biomat., 7 (2011) 3312-3324.
  46. “Solvent resistant P84 based mixed matrix membrane adsorbers”, K.K. Kopeć, S.M. Dutczak, L. Bolhuis-Versteeg, M. Wessling, D.F. Stamatialis, Sep. Pur. Tech., 80 (2011) 306-314.
  47. “Effect of pH on the performance of polyamide/ polyacrylonitrile based thin film composite membranes”, M. Dalwani, N. E. Benes, G. Bargeman, D. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 372 (2011) 228-238.
  48. “Composite capillary membrane for solvent resistant nanofiltration”, S.M. Dutczak, M.W.J. Luiten-Olieman, H.J. Zwijnenberg, L.A.M. Bolhuis-Versteeg, L. Winnubst, M.A. Hempenius, N.E. Benes, M. Wessling, D. Stamatialis, J. Membr. Sci., 372 (2011) 182-190.
  49. “Development of poly (L-lactic acid) hollow fiber membranes for artificial vasculature in tissue engineering scaffolds”, S. Bettahalli, H. Steg, M. Wessling, D.F. Stamatialis, J. Membr. Sci., 371 (2011) 117-126.
  50. “Chemistry in a spinneret - On the interplay of crosslinking and phase inversion during spinning of novel hollow fiber membranes”, K.K. Kopeć, S.M. Dutczak, M. Wessling, D.F. Stamatialis, J. Membr. Sci., 369 (2011) 308-318.
  51. “Tailoring the surface charge of an ultrafiltration hollow fiber by addition of a polyanion to the coagulation bore liquid”, K.K. Kopeć, S.M. Dutczak, M. Wessling, D.F. Stamatialis, J. Membr. Sci., 369 (2011) 59-67.
  52. “Tailoring the interface layer of the bipolar membrane”, J. Balster, S. Srinkantharajah, R. Sumbharaju, I. Pünt, R.G.H. Lammertink, D.F. Stamatialis, M Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 365 (2010) 389-398.
  53. “A method for characterizing membranes during nanofiltration at extreme pH”, M. Dalwani, N. Benes, G. Bargeman, D. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 363 (2010) 188-194.
  54. “Insights into the role of material surface topography and wettability on cell material interactions”, B. J. Papenburg, E. D. Rodrigues, M. Wessling, D. F. Stamatialis, Soft Matter, 6 (2010) 4377-4388.
  55. “Influence of micro-patterned PLLA membranes on the orientation and neurite outgrowth of hippocampal neurons”, S. Morelli, S. Salerno, A. Piscioneri, B. J. Papenburg, A. Di Vito, G. Guisi, M. Canonaco, D. Stamatialis, L. De Bartolo, Biomat., 31 (2010) 7000-7011.
  56. “Membrane with integrated spacer”, J. Balster, D.F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 360 (2010) 185-189.
  57. “In vitro and in vivo bioluminescence imaging of hypoxia in tissue engineered grafts” J. Liu, A. Barradas, F. Janssen, H. Fernandes, B. Papenburg, D. Stamatialis, A. Martens, C. van Blitterswijk, J. De Boer, Tiss. Eng., Part C, 16(3) (2010) 479-485.
  58. “A Facile Method to Fabricate Poly(L-lactide) Nano-fibrous Morphologies by Phase Inversion”; B. J. Papenburg, L. A.M. Bolhuis-Versteeg, D. W. Grijpma, J. Feijen, M. Wessling, D. F. Stamatialis, Acta Biomat. 6 (2010) 2477-2483.
  59. “Micropatterned Nafion membranes for direct methanol fuel cell applications” M. Hakan Yildirim, J. Te Braake, H. Can Aran, D. F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 349 (2010) 231-236.
  60. “Designing porosity and topography of poly (1,3 trimethylene carbonate scaffolds”, B.J. Papenburg, S. Schüller-Ravoo, L.A.M. Bolhuis-Versteeg, L. Hartsuiker, D. W. Grijpma, J. Feijen, M. Wessling, D. Stamatialis, Acta Biomat. 5 (2009) 3281-3294.
  61. “Development and Analysis of Multi-Layer Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering”, B. J. Papenburg, J. Liu, G. A. Higuera, A. M.C. Barradas, J. de Boer, C. A. van Blitterswijk, M. Wessling, D. Stamatialis, Biomaterials. 30 (2009) 6228-6239.
  62. ”Towards spacer free electrodialysis”, J. Balster, D.F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 341 (2009) 131-138.
  63. “Nafion®/H-ZSM-5 composite membranes with superior performance for direct methanol fuel cells”, M.H. Yildirim, A. R. Curòs, J. Motuzas, D. F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 338 (2009) 75-83.
  64. “High permeable PTMSP/PAN composite membranes for solvent nanofiltration” A. V. Volkov, V. V. Parashchuk, D. F. Stamatialis, V. Khotimsky, V. V. Volkov and M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 333 (2009) 88-93.
  65. “Sorption induced relaxations during water diffusion in S-PEEK”, J. Potreck, F. Uyar, H. Sijbesma, K. Nijmeijer, D. Stamatialis and M Wessling, Phys. Chem., Chem. Phys., 11 (2009) 298-308.
  66. “Impregnated membranes for direct methanol fuel cells at high methanol concentrations”, M.H. Yildirim, A. Schwarz, D. F.  Stamatialis and M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 328 (2009) 127-133.
  67. “Dimensionally stable Nafion – polyethylene composite membranes for direct methanol fuel cell applications”, M.H. Yildirim, D. F.  Stamatialis and M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 321 (2008) 364-372.
  68. “Boltorn-modified polyimide gas separation membranes”, D. M. Sterescu, D. F.  Stamatialis and M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 310 (2008) 512-521.
  69. “Medical applications of membranes, Drug delivery, artificial organs and tissue engineering”, D.F Stamatialis, B. J. Papenburg, M. Gironés, S.Saiful, N.M.S. Bettahalli, S. Schmitmeier and M. Wessling. J. Membr. Sci., 308 (2008) 1-34.
  70. “Free volume in C60 modified PPO polymer membranes by positron annihilation lifetime Spectroscopy” J. Kruse, K. Rätzke, F. Faupel, D. M. Sterescu, D. F. Stamatialis and M. Wessling, J. Phys. Chem. B, 111 (2007)  13914-13918.
  71. “Engineering vascularised micro-tissues for bone regeneration”, Rivron, N. C., Rouwkema, J., Bettahalli Narasimha, M. S., Stamatialis, D., Wessling, M., De Boer, J.  Van Blitterswijk, C. A., Tiss. Engin., 13(7) (2007) 1689.
  72. “Hollow fiber membrane to reduce necrosis in tissue engineered constructs” Narasimha, M. S. B, Rivron, N. C., Rouwkema, J., Stamatialis, D., Van Blitterswijk, C. A., Wessling, M. , Tiss. Engin., 13(7) (2007) 1704.
  73. “Porous micropatterned scaffolds to control tissue organization” Papenburg, B. J., Rouwkema, J., Stamatialis, D., De Boer, J., Van Blitterswijk, C. A., Wessling, M. Tiss. Engin., 13(7) (2007) 1744.
  74. “Electrochemical acidification of milk by whey desalination” J. Balster, I. Pünt, D.F. Stamatialis, H. Lammers, A.B. Verver and M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 303 (2007) 213-220.
  75. Boltorn-modified poly (2, 6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide) gas separation membranes”, D. M. Sterescu, D. F.  Stamatialis, E. Mendes, J. Kruse, K. Rätzke, F. Faupel and M. Wessling, Macromol. 40 (2007) 5400-5410.
  76. “Morphology and micro-topology of cation exchange polymers and the origin of the overlimiting current, J. Balster, M.H. Yildirim, R. Ibanez, R.G.H. Lammertink, D.F Stamatialis, V. Jordan and M. Wessling, J. Phys. Chem. B, 111 (2007) 2152-2165.
  77. “One step fabrication of porous micropatterned scaffolds to control cell behaviour”, B. J. Papenburg, L. Vogelaar, L. Bolhuis – Versteeg, R.G.H. Lammertink, D. F. Stamatialis and M. Wessling, Biomaterials, 28 (2007) 1998-2009.
  78. “Asymmetric Bipolar Membrane: A tool to improve product purity” J. Balster, R. Sumbharaju, S. Srikantharajah, I. Pünt, D.F. Stamatialis, V. Jordan, and M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 287 (2007) 246-256.
  79. “Fullerene-modified poly (2, 6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide) gas separation membranes: Why binding is better than dispersing”, D. M. Sterescu, D. F.  Stamatialis, E. Mendes, M. Wübbenhorst, M. Wessling, Macromol., 39 (2006) 9234-9242.
  80. “Multi-layer spacer geometries with improved mass transport”, J. Balster, I. Pünt, D. F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 282 (2006) 351-361.
  81. “Transdermal timolol delivery from a pluronic gel”, D.F. Stamatialis, H.H.M. Rolevink, G. H. Koops, J. Contr. Rel., 116 (2) (2006), e53-e55.
  82. “New membrane material for SRNF applications”, A.V. Volkov, D.F. Stamatialis, V.S. Khotimsky, V.V. Volkov, M. Wessling and N.A. Platé, Desal., 199 (1-3) (2006) 251-252.
  83. “Poly1-(trimethylsilyl)-1-propyne] as solvent resistant nanofiltration membrane material”, V.Volkov, D.F. Stamatialis, V.S. Khotimsky, V.V. Volkov, M. Wessling and N.A. Plate, J. Membr. Sci., 281 (2006) 351-357.
  84. “Observations on the permeation performance of solvent resistant nanofiltration membranes” D.F. Stamatialis, N. Stafie, K. Boadu, M. Hempenius, M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 279 (2006) 424-433.
  85. “Water recycling from mixed chromic acid waste effluents by membrane technology” I. Frenzel, D. F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, Sep. Pur. Tech., 49 (2006) 76-83.
  86. “Electrochemical reduction of dilute chromate solutions on carbon felt electrodes”, I. Frenzel, H. Holdik, V. Barmashenko, D. F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, J. Appl. Electr., 36 (2006) 323-332 .
  87. “Chromic acid recovery by electro-electrodialysis. II. Pilot scale process, development and optimization”, I. Frenzel, H. Holdik, D. F. Stamatialis, G. Pourcelly and M. Wessling, Sep. Pur. Tech., 47 (2005) 27-35.
  88. “Preparation and characterization of monovalent ion selective cation exchange membranes based on sulphonated poly (ether ether ketone)”, J. Balster, O. Krupenko, I. Pünt, D. F. Stamatialis and M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 263 (2005) 137-145.
  89. “Effect of PDMS cross-linking degree on the permeation performance of PAN/PDMS nanofiltration composite membranes” N. Stafie, D.F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, Sep. Pur. Tech., 45 (2005) 220-231.
  90. “Chromic acid recovery by electro-electrodialysis. I. Evaluation of anion exchange membrane”, I. Frenzel, H. Holdik, D. F. Stamatialis, G. Pourcelly and M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 261 (2005) 49-57.
  91. “Controlled drug delivery through tailor made blend polymeric membranes”, D. F. Stamatialis, H.H.M. Rolevink, J. Balster, G H. Koops, J. Contr. Rel., 101 (2005) 302-303.
  92. “Anion exchange membranes containing diamines: preparation and stability in alkaline solution”, E. N. Komkova, D. F. Stamatialis, H. Strathmann and M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 244 (2004) 25-34.
  93. “In vitro evaluation of a hydroxypropyl cellulose gel system for transdermal delivery of timolol”, D. F. Stamatialis, H. H. M. Rolevink, M. Gironès, D.C. Nymeijer and G-H. Koops, Curr. Drug Del., 1 (4) (2004) 313-319.
  94. "Novel gas separation membranes containing covalently bonded fullerenes" D. M. Sterescu, L. Bolhuis-Versteeg, N.F.A van der Vegt, D. F. Stamatialis and M. Wessling, Macromol. Rapid Comm., 25 (2004) 1674-1678.  
  95. “Role of membrane surface in concentration polarization at cation exchange membranes”, R. Ibanez, D.F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci. 239 (2004) 119 - 128.
  96. “Tensile properties of cellulose fiber reinforced hydroxy propyl cellulose films”, J.P. Borges, M.H. Godinho, A.F. Martins, D.F. Stamatialis, M. N. de Pinho M.N. Belgacem, Polym. Comp., 25 (2004) 102 - 110.
  97. “Passive and iontophoretic controlled delivery of salmon calcitonin through artificial membranes”, D.F. Stamatialis, H.H.M. Rolevink G-H. Koops, Curr. Drug Del., 1 (2) (2004) 137-143. 
  98. “Electrocatalytic membrane reactors and the development of bipolar membrane technology”, J. Balster, D. F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, Chem. Eng. Proc. 43 (2004) 1115 - 1127.
  99. “Insight into the transport of hexane-solute systems through tailor made composite membranes”, N. Stafie, D. F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, J. Membr. Sci., 228 (2004) 103 - 116.
  100.  “Delivery of timolol through artificial membranes and pig stratum corneum”, D. F. Stamatialis, H.H.M. Rolevink and G. H. Koops, J. Pharm. Sci., 92 (2003) 1037-1039.
  101. “Controlled transport of timolol maleate through membranes under passive and iontophoretic conditions”. D. F. Stamatialis, H.H.M. Rolevink and G. H. Koops, J. Contr. Rel., 81 (2002) 335-345.
  102. “Investigation of case II diffusion behavior. I. Theoretical studies based on the relaxation – dependent solubility model”, D. F. Stamatialis, M. Sanopoulou, J.H. Petropoulos, Macromol., 35 (2002) 1012-1020.
  103. “Investigation of case II diffusion behavior. II. Study of the poly (methacrylate) – methyl alcohol system by two-beam micro-interferometry, D. F. Stamatialis, M. Sanopoulou, J.H. Petropoulos, Macromol., 35 (2002) 1021-1027.
  104. “Swelling and dissolution behavior of PMMA films in methyl ethyl ketone – methyl alcohol mixtures studied by optical techniques”, D. F. Stamatialis, M. Sanopoulou, I. Raptis, J. Applied Pol. Sci., 83 (13) (2002) 2823.
  105. “Structure and Permeation Properties of Cellulose Ester Membranes”, D.F. Stamatialis, C. R. Dias, M. N. de Pinho, Biomacromol., 1 (2001) 564-570.
  106. “Study of the transition from Fickian to Case II sorption kinetics in the system poly (ethyl methacrylate) liquid methyl alcohol”, D. F. Stamatialis, M. Sanopoulou, Polym., 42 (4) (2001) 1429-1439.
  107. “Atomic force microscopy of dense and asymmetric cellulose based membranes” D. F. Stamatialis, C. R. Dias, M. N. de Pinho, J. Membr. Sci., 160 (1999) 235-242.
  108. “Phenomena affecting the interferometric determination of concentration profiles of micromolecules diffusing along a stiff-chain polymer film”. D.F. Stamatialis, M. Sanopoulou, J. H. Petropoulos, J. App. Polym. Sci., 65, (1997) 317.
  109. “Phenomenology and mechanisms of unidimensional stress-dependent micromolecular transport in a stiff-chain polymer. III. Effect of modification of the polymer”. D. F. Stamatialis, M. Sanopoulou, J.H. Petropoulos, J. Polym. Sci., Part B, Polymer Physics, 35, (1997) 2593.
  110. “Analysis of the kinetics of vapor absorption/desorption in/from silicone rubber and cellulose acetate membranes in the presence of stagnant boundary layers”. D. F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, M. Sanopoulou, H. Strathmann, J.H Petropoulos, J. Membr. Sci., 125, (1997) 165-175.
  111. “Optical vs direct sorption and swelling measurements for the study of stiff-chain polymer-penetrant interactions”. D. F. Stamatialis, M. Wessling, M. Sanopoulou, H. Strathmann, J.H Petropoulos, J. Membr. Sci., 130, (1997) 75-83.