RNA editing controls atherosclerosis

RNA editing controls atherosclerosis

Atherosclerotic vascular disease remains the primary cause of mortality and morbidity. Researchers of the Institute for Cardiovascular Regeneration have identified a novel RNA-based mechanism that regulates pro-inflammatory gene expression in atherosclerotic heart...
W2 professorhip „RNA Biology“

W2 professorhip „RNA Biology“

Reinier Boon appointed as W2 Professor   Dr. Reinier Boon, who was previously a group leader in the Institute of Cardiovascular Regeneration, has recently been appointed as W2 professor in the Institute. Dr. Boon’s research focuses on the role of non-coding RNA...
Frankfurt City triathlon 2016

Frankfurt City triathlon 2016

Members of the institute compete in the Frankfurt City Triathlon On the 8th of August 2016, several members of the institute competed in the Frankfurt City Triathlon. We competed in the Olympic distance consisting of 1500m swimming in open water, 45km bicycle ride...
Awards 2016

Awards 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...
New group leader

New group leader

Dr. Jaya Krishnan joined the institute as group leader of the RNA and Metabolism team. Jaya Krishnan lab applies integrated epigenomics, transcriptomics and metabolomics to understand the mechanistic intersect of non-coding RNA signaling with mitochondrial and...