About the team

The EnterBio team comprises world-leading expertise in organic and graphene bioelectronics, drug delivery, models of neurodegenerative disorders, and molecular/cellular physiology of the peripheral nervous system. 

Linköping University, Sweden (Coordinator)

Daniel Simon (coordinator). Organic Bioelectronics group leader at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics at Linköping University. Research focus on organic bioelectronic technologies spanning the tech-bio interface and transducing signals from tech-to-bio (drug delivery, elec. stimulation, elec. modulated metabolism) and bio-to-tech (biosensors, exoelectrogenic microorganisms, electrophysiology).

Marcin Szczot. Sensory Neuroscience group leader at Linköping University’s Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences. Research focus on elucidation of mechanisms of sensing and detection of enteric stimuli. His methodology is focused on in vivo models and modern transgenic tools.

University of Cambridge, UK

George Malliaras. Prince Philip Professor of Technology, leading Bioelectronics Laboratory at the Department of Engineering. Broad focus leading a team of over 40 scientists, engineers, and clinicians pursuing development and translation of novel tools for neurological disorders and brain cancer. One of the founding fathers of modern organic electronics.

Aix-Marseille Université, France

Christophe Bernard. Research Director at the Institut de Neurosciences des Systèmes at AMU and a world leader on studying mechanisms underlying seizure genesis and propagation using a multidisciplinary approach, including organic bioelectronic tools.

Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH), Greece

Emmanuel Stratakis. Research Director at the Institute of Electronic Structure and Lasers (IESL). He leads the Ultrafast Laser Micro- and Nano-processing Group where research focuses on ultrafast laser interactions with materials for biomimetic micro-/nano-structuring, advanced photonic processes for PV/energy, synthesis and diagnostics for optoelectronics, and materials processing for neural tissue engineering and neuroelectronics.


Martin Mileros. Managing Director of OBOE IPR and head of the IP-management and portfolio. Over 10 years of experience with IP handling and business development in start-up companies focused on organic bioelectronics.