Anne Leferink studied Biomedical Engineering and conducted a PhD in the field of Tissue Regeneration both at the University of Twente. After her PhD she worked as a Post-Doc at Maastricht University (0.6FTE) and as lecturer at the University Twente (0.4FTE). After two years she decided to work full-time for the University of Twente and to dedicate more time to educational development and teaching. In the limited spare time she conducts research in the field of organ-on-a-chip technology and medical device development in the group of Applied Stem Cell Technologies. Anne teaches in the program of Technical Medicine her courses are related to Cell Biology, Biomaterials and Clinical Biotechnology.
Innovations of Anne Leferink
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Integration of Soft and Academic Skills
Soft skills and academic skills are considered to be of high importance for the success of students after their graduation. To be able to propose methods to integrate, assess and monitor learning objectives related to soft and academic skills in the bachelor curriculum, more insight should be gained in whether and at what level integration is applied.