Graduates of the Julius Wolff Institut

The early career scientists are one of the most important assets for our research activities. On the following pages you will find the list of all doctoral researcher who conducted and completed their successful thesis at the Julius Wolff Insitute over the years.

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Graduates

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  • Edoardo Borgiani is graduated

    BSRT Student Edoardo Borgiani defended his thesis on the 03 September 2020


    His Dissertation is entitled
    Multiscale in silico model to investigate compromised bone healing conditions

    2020;

  • Christian Bucher is graduated

    BSRT Student Christian Bucher defended his thesis on the 14. August 2020


    His Dissertation is entitled
    Bone tissue under the influence of an aged/experienced adaptive imunne system

    2020;

  • Sophie Görlitz is graduated

    BSRT Student Sophie Görlitz defended her thesis on the 02. June 2020.


    Her Thesis was entiteld
    "The role of mechanical forces in osteogenic differentiation, BMP signaling and early tissue formation processes in the context of bone healing.”

  • Aline Lückgen is graduated

    BSRT Student Aline Lückgen defended her thesis on the 23 March 2020.


    Her thesis is entitled
    Alginate-based hydrogels with patterned biophysical & biochemical cues"

    2020;

  • Erik Brauer is graduated

    BSRT student Erik Brauer defended his thesis on the 09. December 2019


    His thesis was entitled
    "Molecular crosstalk between BMP growth factor signalling and mechanical loading during the early phase of fracture healing”

    2019;

  • Laia Albiol is graduated

    BSRT student Laia Albiol defended her thesis on the 01. November 2019


    Her thesis was entitled
    "Influence of sost deficiency and skeletal maturation on the bone modeling and remodeling response to mechanical loading”

    2019;

  • Sebastian Wendler graduated

    BSRT student Sebastian Wendler defended his thesis on 18 October 2019


    His thesis was entiteled
    "Delayed local delivery of synsthetic prostacyclin to modulate inflammatory processes in support of bone regeneration"

    2019;

  • Aaron Herrera graduated

    BSRT student Aaron Herrera defended his thesis on 07 October 2019


    His thesis was entitled
    "Curvature-controlled cell orientation and ECM patterning for biomaterial design"

    2019;

  • Fumin Pan graduated

    JWI student Fumin Pan defended his thesis on 30 August 2019


    His thesis was entiteled
    "The effect of age and sex on spinal shape and mobility an asymptomatic adults - systematic reviews and meta-analuyses".

    2019;

  • Mark Heyland graduated

    JWI student Mark Heyland defended his thesis on 07 August 2019


    His thesis was entiteled
    "Mechanotherapy of Bone Fracture: Adapted Fixation Conditions"

    2019;


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