Bram joined the lab late 2022 as a PhD candidate after finishing his MSc in microelectronics at the Delft university of technology.
During his master thesis he focused on energy delivery methods for optogenetic studies, which introduced him to the lab and the world of cardiac physiology.
After becoming an engineer he rejoined the lab to continue the project as part of his PhD training during which he will combine his experience in rapid prototyping and designing electrical devices with the biomedical knowledge in the group to perform translational research. In particular he will focus on the design and characterization of methods and devices used for shock free cardiac rhythm control.
His PhD project is a collaborative effort between our group and the ECTM group within the Department of Microelectronics (prof. dr. GQ (Kouchi) Zhang and dr. R. (Rene) Poelma) at Delft university of technology.