Professor Kristina Lorenz, head of the Biomedical Research department at ISAS and director at the WGHZ (Westdeutsches Herz- und Gefäßzentrum) in Essen, has won the renowned Arthur Weber Prize from the German Cardiac Society (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kardiologie, DGK).
On 21 November, the Dortmund Science Day took place for the 15th time. Participants were invited to join the bus tours to scientific facilities around Dortmund - one of these tours was headed for ISAS.
A young ISAS scientist recently joined the Global Young Faculty: Dr. Ayten Kalfe from the Bioresponsive Materials (formerly Interface Processes) group has been admitted to the Global Young Faculty (GYF).
New thrombosis radar aims to check the death rate of cardiovascular diseases
ISAS scientists have developed a method for an individual risk assessment of thrombosis. On the occasion of the World Thrombosis Day on 13 October, they aimed to rise awareness for the threats of this disease.