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Awards for Zeynep Karagöz and Kailas Honasoge

In Aurélie Carlier's group two researchers have been awarded for their excellent research! Kailas Honasoge, MSc Student from the System’s Biology Master Programme completed his thesis in Aurélie's group under the supervision of herself, Vanessa LaPointe and Zeynep Karagöz. He was awarded the best thesis award by MaCSBio for his thesis entitled “A computational model of the force-dependence of focal adhesion composition”.

Zeynep Karagöz was awarded twice in the last weeks: the European Society of Biomechanics Congress Travel Award and the European Society of Biomechanics Mobility Award 2022. With the mobility award she will fund a 3 month research stay at the Julius Wolff Institut in Berlin, to complete their collaborative project with Prof. Sara Checa and the Computational Mechanobiology research group. The project title is “Coupling agent-based and finite element models to understand the mechanism of action in reversible, tension-dependent fibroblast to myofibroblast transition”.

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