List of ESRs’ projects

ESR1: Plasma peptidomics to identify CRS biomarkers

 

 

Host/Supervisor:

Institute for Molecular Cardiovascular Research, University Clinic Aachen, Germany

Prof. Dr. Joachim Jankowski

 

Co-supervisors:

Biochemistry department, School for Cardiovascular Diseases in Maastricht, the Netherlands

Prof. Leon Schurgers/ Prof. Erik Biessen

 

Fresenius Medical Care, Germany

Dr. Sonja Steppan

 

 

 

 

ESR2: Plasma and tissue proteomics to identify CRS biomarkers

 

 

Host/Supervisor:

Biomedical Research Foundation Academy of Athens, Greece

Prof. Dr. Antonia Vlahou

 

 

Co-supervisors:

Institute for Molecular Cardiovascular Research, University Clinic Aachen, Germany

Prof. Dr. Joachim Jankowski

 

Biochemistry department, School for Cardiovascular Diseases in Maastricht, the Netherlands

Prof. Erik Biessen

 

Fresenius Medical Care, Germany

Dr. Sonja Steppan

 

 

 

 

ESR3: Urine peptidomics to identify CRS biomarkeers

 

Host/Supervisor: 

Mosaiques Diagnostics GmbH, Germany

Prof. Dr. Petra Zürbig

 

 

Co-supervisors:

Center for Medical Statistics, Informatics and Intelligent Systems; Section for Clinical Biometrics,

Medical University Vienna, Austria

Prof. Dr. Georg Heinze

 

 

Biomedical Research Foundation Academy of Athens, Greece

Prof. Dr. Antonia Vlahou

 

 

 

ESR4: CRS disease models to assess biomarker candidates in CRS

 

 

Host/Supervisor:

Center for Medical Statistics, Informatics and Intelligent Systems; Section for Clinical Biometrics,

Medical University Vienna, Austria

Prof. Dr. Georg Heinze

 

Co-supervisors:

Mosaiques Diagnostics GmbH, Germany

Prof. Dr. Petra Zürbig

 

 

Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale,

(Institute of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases – I2MC), France

 Dr. Julie Klein

 

 

 

ESR5: Strategies to interfere with CRS pathology

 

 

Host/Supervisor:

University de Montpellier, France

Prof. Dr. Anne Lajoix

 

 

Co-supervisors:

Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale,

(Institute of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases – I2MC), France

Prof. Dr. Joost Schanstra

 

 

Nephrology Department, University Clinic Aachen, Germany

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Floege

 

 

ESR6: Role of identified biomarker candidates in CRS pathology

 

 

Host/Supervisor: 

Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale,

(Institute of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases – I2MC), France

Prof. Dr. Joost Schanstra

 

Co-supervisors:

University de Montpellier, France

Prof. Dr. Anne Lajoix

 

 

Nephrology Department, University Clinic Aachen, Germany

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Floege

 

 

 

ESR7: Effect of uremia on vascular remodeling and calcification

 

 

Host/Supervisor:

Biochemistry department, School for Cardiovascular Diseases in Maastricht, the Netherlands

Prof. Leon Schurgers

 

 

Co-supervisors:

Nephrology Department, University Clinic Aachen, Germany

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Floege/ Prof. Dr Joachim Jankowski

 

Renal Unit Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden

 Prof. Dr. Peter Stenvinkel

 

 

 

ESR8: Vitamin K and vascular calcification mechanisms in CRS

 

 

Host/Supervisor:

Nephrology Department, University Clinic Aachen, Germany

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Floege

 

 

Co-supervisors:

Biochemistry department, School for Cardiovascular Diseases in Maastricht, the Netherlands

Prof. Leon Schurgers

 

 

Renal Unit Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden

Prof. Dr. Peter Stenvinkel

 

 

ESR9: PTM of calcification regulators in CRS

 

 

Host/Supervisor:

Biochemistry department, School for Cardiovascular Diseases in Maastricht, the Netherlands

Prof. Erik Biessen

 

Institute for Molecular Cardiovascular Research, University Clinic Aachen, Germany

Prof. Dr. Joachim Jankowski

 

Renal Unit Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden

Prof. Dr. Peter Stenvinkel

 

 

 

ESR10: Premature vascular aging in CRS patients

 

 

Host/Supervisor:

Renal Unit Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden

Prof. Dr. Peter Stenvinkel

 

Co-supervisors:

Department of Nephrology, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium

Prof. Dr. Pieter Evenepoel

 

 

University de Montpellier, France

Prof. Dr. Anne Lajoix

 

 

 

ESR11: Effect of uremia on cardiac pathology

 

 

Host/Supervisor:

Institute for Molecular Cardiovascular Research, University Clinic Aachen, Germany 

Dr. Heidi Noels

 

Co-supervisors:

Biochemistry department, School for Cardiovascular Diseases in Maastricht, the Netherlands

Prof. Leon Schurgers/ Prof. Erik Biessen

 

Fresenius Medical Care, Germany

Dr. Sonja Steppan

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