Project

Biofilms treated with hyperbaric oxygen

Publisher

Supervisor

Location

Greater Copenhagen area

Biofilms provide a protective matrix for bacteria proliferating inside living tissue.

In this project we model how hyperbaric oxygen diffuses into the biofilm and modifies the effect of different antibiotics.

In this way we hope to understand how the protective effect to antibiotics of the biofilm matrix can be surpassed.

Contact information:
Thomas Sams, tsams@dtu.dk
Kaj-Åge Henneberg kah@elektro.dtu.dk
Mette Kolpen mettekolpen@gmail.com
Peter Østrup, Jensenpeter.oestrup.jensen@regionh.dk

Allowed no of students per report: Preferably 2.

Requirements

Knowledge of signal processing, matlab, biochemistry, cell physiology

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Contact

Company / Organization

DTU Sundhedsteknologi

Name

Thomas Sams

Position

Sektionsleder for Biomedical Engineering, Lektor, PhD

Mail

tsams@dtu.dk

Supervisor info

BSc in Biomedical Engineering

Supervisor

Thomas Sams

Type

BSc project, MSc thesis

MSc in Biomedical Engineering

Supervisor

Thomas Sams

Type

BSc project, MSc thesis

Bachelor in General Engineering

Supervisor

Thomas Sams

Type

BSc project, MSc thesis

BSc in Biotechnology

Supervisor

Thomas Sams

Type

BSc project, MSc thesis

BSc in Mathematics and Technology

Supervisor

Thomas Sams

Type

BSc project, MSc thesis

BSc in Physics and Nanotechnology

Supervisor

Thomas Sams

Type

BSc project, MSc thesis

BSc in Quantitative biology and disease modelling

Supervisor

Thomas Sams

Type

BSc project, MSc thesis

MSc in Bioinformatics and Systems Biology

Supervisor

Thomas Sams

Type

BSc project, MSc thesis

MSc in Biotechnology

Supervisor

Thomas Sams

Type

BSc project, MSc thesis

MSc in Electrical Engineering

Supervisor

Thomas Sams

Type

BSc project, MSc thesis

MSc in Mathematical Modelling and Computation

Supervisor

Thomas Sams

Type

BSc project, MSc thesis

MSc in Physics and Nanotechnology

Supervisor

Thomas Sams

Type

BSc project, MSc thesis

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