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Joint publications by Euroscholars alumni at former EuroScholars Consortium members

Through the years some of our Consortium members decided to discontinue their participation in the EuroScholars Program. Their decision to discontinue is just due to the change of their university's strategic plans for internationalisation.

The remaining 5 Consortium members thank their former members and their students for being part of this program and whishes them all the best in their future endeavours.

On this page you will find information on the joint publications of our EuroScholars students who participated at our former Consortium members.

The information on our website is posted with the consent of the students and their researchers.

Karolinska Institutet, Olga Korenovska (Spring 2009)
Critical role for hyperpolarization‐activated cyclic nucleotide‐gated channel 2 in the AIF‐mediated apoptosis 
(Erik Norberg, Marie Karlsson, Olga Korenovska, Susanne Szydlowski, Gilad Silberberg, Per Uhlén, Sten Orrenius, Boris Zhivotovsky)
EuroScholars student Olga Korenovska, from Rutgers University N.J. published this article together with her Research Supervisor Dr. Boris Zhivotovsky.
Utrecht University, Vladimir Khristov (Fall 2010)
Bioprinting of hybrid tissue constructs with tailorable mechanical properties.
(Schuurman W, Khristov V, Pot MW, van Weeren PR, Dhert WJ, Malda J.)
EuroScholars student Vladimir Khristov from Pennsylvania State University published this article together with his Research Supervisor Dr.J. Malda.
Utrecht University, Angela Ianniello (Fall 2012)
Towards a Human Rights Pedagogy 
EuroScholars student Angela Ianniello from University of Denver contributed in this article with her Research Supervisor Dr. Anja Mihr.
Utrecht University, Benjamin Peters (Fall 2012)
Biofabrication of multi-material anatomically shaped tissue constructs 
(Jetze Visser, Benjamin Peters, Thijs J Burger, Jelle Boomstra, Wouter J A Dhert, Ferry P W Melchels and Jos Malda)
EuroScholars student Benjamin Peters from University of Denver published this article with his Research Supervisor Dr. J. Malda.
Utrecht University, Morgan Wardrop (Fall 2012)
Altered Energetics of Exercise Explain Risk of Rhabdomyolysis in Very Long-Chain Acyl-CoA Dehydrogenase Deficiency
(E.F.Diekman, G.Visser, J.P.J. Schmitz, R.A.J.Nieverlstein, M.de Sain-van der Velden, M.Wardrop, W.L. Van der Pol, S.M. Houten, N.A.W. van Riel, T.Takken, J.A.L. Jeneson)
EuroScholars student Morgan Wardrop from Pennsylvania State University published this article with her Research Supervisor Dr. T. Takken.
Karolinska Institutet, Jennifer Wilson (Fall 2014)
Human Lung NK Cells are Predominantly Comprised of Highly Differentiated Hypofunctional CD69–CD56dim Cells
(Nicole Marquardt, PhD, Eliisa Kekäläinen, PhD, MD, Puran Chen, MD, Egle Kvedaraite, MD, Jennifer N. Wilson, BSc, Martin A. Ivarsson, PhD, Jenny Mjösberg, PhD, Lena Berglin, PhD, Jesper Säfholm, PhD, Martijn L. Manson, PharmD, PhD, Mikael Adner, PhD, Mamdoh Al-Ameri, MD, Per Bergman, PhD, MD, Ann-Charlotte Orre, MD, Mattias Svensson, PhD, Barbro Dahlén, PhD, MD, Sven-Erik Dahlén, PhD, MD, Hans-Gustaf Ljunggren, MD, PhD, Jakob Michaëlsson, PhD)
EuroScholars student Jennifer Wilson from University of Alberta, Canada, published this article together with her Research Supervisor.

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