In the project ‚TICARDIO‘, doctoral students study the interaction of inflammation and thromboses. Their approach contributes to improving the treatment of cardiovascular disease. More
Bernhard Blank-Landeshammer developed a method that makes it possible to identify peptides in tissue samples using mass spectrometry. It combines information on genomics, proteomics and transcriptomics. More
Since the beginning of August, a pharmacy student from Italy has been a guest at ISAS for the first time. Anna Percio from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome talks about her experiences in the ERC group Sulfaging. More
Thibaut Vignane’s goal is to shed light on the molecular mechanisms by which persulfidation controls the ageing of human cells. In the interview, he explains what this has to do with space travel. More
ISAS is once again hosting PhD workshops as part of the structured doctoral training this week – a good opportunity to look back at the workshops of last year. More
During her doctorate, Mona Ehlers used instrumental analytics to examine the different components of wine. Now she uses similar techniques to learn more about the increased risk of thrombosis in patients with chronic kidney disease.
Master's student Adriana Schneider is writing her thesis at ISAS. She is working on optimising the analyses of biological samples. Since November 2020, the 30-year-old has been part of the Proteomics working group and spends six to eight hours a day working in the laboratory. More