WELCOME to the MeBioS-Biosensor group of Prof. Jeroen Lammertyn! Our group was founded in 2005 within the MeBioS division and currently counts 5 postdocs and 15 PhD students. Its fundamental research activities focus on the development of novel bio-molecular detection concepts and miniaturized analysis systems. The applications span a broad range of sectors including medical and food diagnostics. The MeBioS-Biosensor group closely follows the emerging field of biosensing and is active in the following domains (i) Bio-assay development (e.g., aptamers, biofunctionalized nanomaterials), (ii) Optical sensors (e.g., fiber optic SPR sensors) (iii) Microfluidics (e.g., lab-on-a-chip technology).
What we do
Learn more about our research activities:
- Bio-assay development (e.g., aptamers, biofunctionalized nanomaterials)
- Optical sensors (e.g., fiber optic SPR sensors)
New discoveries at the MeBioS biosensor group are published in international peer reviewed journals.
Find a full list of our publications here !
An important part of our work is the implementation of our research in all sorts of applications.
All the latest updates of events and facts concerning the MeBioS biosensor group can be found here
KU Leuven is participating in SensUs 2016, the first international student competition on molecular biosensors for healthcare applications.
More information: http://www.sensus.org/
People and vacancies
Get to know the staff and their projects currently in progress at MeBioS Biosensor group!
Find out more here !
Vacancies: We have two new PhD positions! Check our open positions!
We also welcome spontaneous applications from motivated students/researchers interested in working in our lab (contact firstname.lastname@example.org).