Award 2017

June 2017 During the annual Symposium of the Excellence Cluster Cardio-Pulmonary System two PhD students of our institute received awards for the best posters. Julian Wagner showed that the expression of laminin isoforms is changed in cardiac endothelial cells during ageing and after acute myocardial infarction. Nicole Schlüßler is analyzing a novel lncRNA gene that is essential for murine embryonic development.   see more…

Award 2017

April 2017, Simone-Franziska Glaser receives the Award for the best Posterpresentation at the 83rd Annual Meeting of the German Society for Cardiology (DGK) 2017 in Mannheim. Simone-Franziska gave an excellent poster presentation about the role of the histone demethylase JMJD2B in endothelial-to-mesenchymal cell transition.

March/April 2017, Dorotée Julia Trembinski wins the Young Investigator Award at the Dutch-German Meeting of the cardiology work groups in Münster and receives the second price of the Rudi-Busse-Young-Investigator-Award at the meeting of the German Society for Cardiology (DGK) in Mannheim. Julia gave two excellent oral presentations about the long non-coding RNA Sarrah that regulates cardiac function.

Dark Genome: Non-Coding RNA’s in Cardiovascular Disease

Paul Dudley White Lecturer Stefanie Dimmeler, MD, PhD describes her recent work on the role of non-coding RNA’s in cardiovascular disease and the progress being made towards translating that knowledge into new clinical treatments.

Award 2016

Federica Lunella received her award from the president of the organising committee of the FCVB (Frontiers in Cardiovascular Biology) congress, Prof Elisabetta Cerbai, in July in Florence, Italy. The FCVB biannual congress is organised by the European Society of Cardiology Council on Basic Cardiovascular Science.

Award 2015

Prof. Dr. Konstantinos Stellos has been honored with the „Young Investigator Award“ of the American Heart Association’s Council on Functional Genomics and Translational Biology for his translational research about the role of RNA editing in gene expression in atherosclerotic heart disease, which was presented at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association in Orlando, 8th of November 2015.

Dr. Christoph Zehendner was awarded with the „ATVB Early Career Investigator Award“ of the American Heart Association during AHA Scientific Sessions in Orlando on 10th of November 2015.