My name is Edwin van der Pol and I am interested in the detection of extracellular vesicles as biomarkers for disease. As a scientist, I am leading the Amsterdam Vesicle Center, which is a collaboration between the department of Biomedical engineering and Physics and the Laboratory of Experimental Clinical Chemistry in the Amsterdam University Medical Center, The Netherlands. Furthermore, I am co-founder of the company Exometry, which applies physics to relate light scattering signals to particle diameters. This website contains both information about my research and an overview of my publications.

Edwin van der Pol

Advanced flow cytometry for exosome characterization: assay controls and calibration

CellPress Webinar, May 31st, 2023. Invited

Extracellular vesicle characterization

Latest articles

Poloxamer-188 as a wetting agent for microfluidic resistive pulse sensing measurements of extracellular vesicles by Mona Shahsavari et al.
Lipoprotein apheresis affects the concentration of extracellular vesicles in patients with elevated lipoprotein (a) by Joanna Marlęga-Linert et al.

EV flow cytometry compendium