Preisverleihung 87. DGK Jahrestagung 2021 - April 2021

Congratulations! At the 87th annual meeting of the German Society for Cardiology – Heart and Circulatory Research e. V. (DGK) Stefanie Dimmeler received the Paul-Morawitz-Preis and Sofia-Iris Bibli received the Oskar-Lapp-Forschungspreis.

Watch the award ceremony here: https://dgk.meta-dcr.com/jt2021/crs/eroffnung-4

DFG Emmy Noether Grant - April 2021

 

Emmy Noether Grant

Prof. Sofia-Iris Bibli was awarded the prestigious DFG Emmy Noether Grant to study the role of cystein-metabolism in aging and regeneration of blood vessels.

 

René Baumgart Research Award 2021- Feburary 2021

Congratulations to Christoph Zehendner and Chanil Valasarjan for receiving the René Baumgart research award 2021 for their TYKRIL publication.

The joint work “Long Noncoding RNA TYKRIL Plays a Role in Pulmonary Hypertension via the p53 mediated Regulation of PDGFRβ” of Christoph Zehendner and Chanil Valasarajan should is the research award winner 2021 of the René Baumgart Foundation.

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TOP 1% Highly Cited Researchers 2020 - December 2020

Highly Cited Researchers in CPI Faculty

Congratulations to our CPI PIs Ivan Dikic, Stefanie Dimmeler, Christian Hamm and Stefan Offermanns who 2020 again belong the top 1% highly cited researcher.

https://recognition.webofscience.com/awards/highly-cited/2020/

ERC Consolidator Grant - December 2020

Fantastic News! CPI PI Reinier Boon received an ERC Consolidator Grant to investigate the contribution of non-coding RNAs in aging-related diseases!

The „European Reaserch Council“ (ERC) announced on 9 December 2020 the top researchers that successfully applied for a consolidator grant. ICR group leader Reinier Boon is one them. He will receive funding for 5 years to investigate the role of non-coding RNAs in aging.

Ageing is the most prominent cause of heart failure. The main type of heart failure in the elderly is heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, in which the heart does not properly fill with blood. In the consolidator project, Prof Boon will investigate the contribution of non-coding RNAs in this aging-related disease. The ultimate goal of the project is to identify novel targets to treat aging-induced heart failure.

The ERC Consolidator Grant funding helps mid-career researchers to address frontier research questions, build up their teams & have far-reaching impact. In total 327 top researchers received a ERC consolidator grant funding worth in total €655 million

ESC Gold Medal 2020 - August 2020

In recognition of her outstanding achievements, Stefanie Dimmeler is honored with the gold medal of the European Society for Cardiology. She receives the award for her research work that has contributed to a better understanding of cardiovascular diseases and to the development of new treatment approaches. The gold medal is awarded annually to two or three outstanding cardiologists or cardiovascular researchers worldwide as the highest award of the European Society of Cardiology

 

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Prof. Stefanie Dimmeler. Photo credits: Uwe Dettmar.

NEW CPI Webinar Series - August 2020

Prof. Katja Sträßer elected EMBO Member - July 2020

CPI PI Prof. Katja Sträßer, biochemist from the Justus Liebig University Gießen, has been accepted into the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO). Find more information here…

European Research Council promotes lung research at the Max Planck Institute in Bad Nauheim - December 2019

Soni Savai Pullamsetti received ERC consolidator grant. More information here and here

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Dr. Soni Savai Pullamsetti. Photo credits: M.Heil.

Highly cited researchers 2019

Five CPI Faculty members belong the the “highly cited researchers 2019” who published multiple highly-cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citations for field and year in Web of Science. Congratulations to Ivan Dikic, Stefanie Dimmeler, Stefan Knapp, Christian Hamm and Stefan Offermanns!

First CPI Symposium - December 2019

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The first CPI symposium on “Cellular Heterogeneity in the Cardio-Pulmonary System”, organized by Area 1 leaders, took place on 3 December at the university hospital in Frankfurt am Main. It was a very exciting day with scientific talks, poster sessions of the CPI academy and networking. We thank all speakers and attendees for this wonderful kick-off symposium.

CPI on Twitter - December 2019

The CPI is on Twitter now! You can find us under @CPI_ExStra.

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