Development of a novel male contraceptive through specific inhibition of the CatSper ion channel in human sperm cells
BRIDGE Alumni Network
Each year, upon issuing Certificates of Excellence to fellows at the annual BRIDGE Graduation Ceremony, marking the completion of the BRIDGE – Translational Excellence Programme, a new cohort of fellows is honored into the BRIDGE Alumni Network.
Distinguished alums will be invited to speak to new, and prospective, BRIDGE-fellows at various BRIDGE events such as Academic Afternoons, fellow-driven seminars or Boot Camps about their experiences with the programme and with their translational career trajectories, results or achievements since graduating from the programme, etc. Please find a list of BRIDGE alums below.
The role of the intestinal hormones GIP and GLP-2 in postprandial splanchnic blood flow distribution and metabolism in humans
Regression of retinal neovascularization and inflammation using bioengineered nanobodies
Innate immune responses against opportunistic fungal pathogens in immune compromised patients
Translational aspects of fertility genetics to improve patient stratification and long term health
Exploring the direct and inverse comorbidities in dementia and related diseases using laboratory tests and clinical features
Functional maturation of the infant gut microbiome in the development of childhood asthma and allergy
Detection of circulating tumor cells in liquid biopsies by targeting cancer specific proteoglycans