Author: AlinaHerr

Bruno Allolio-Preis

Dr.med. Frederick Vogel Titel of the winning manuscript: A unique gene expression signature in visceral adipose tissue identifies a high blood pressure group in patients with Cushing’s syndrome The Bruno Allolio-Preis honors outstanding original scientific work in the field of rare endocrine diseases. This year Frederick Vogel and Ulrich Stiefel won the price with their […]

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Highly Cited Researchers 2022

We are delighted that Prof. Andreas Linkermann and Prof. José Pedro Friedmann Angeli are once again among the researchers who have made a significant and broad influence this year. This circle consists of 6.938 people in 2022. This is the second time that both have appeared on the list of „Highly Cited Researchers“.

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Best Speaker Award

On the weekend of 9-11 September, the 23rd Annual Meeting of Young Active Research in Endocrinology took place in Herrsching am Ammersee. At this meeting, Shamini Ramkumar Thirumalasetty won the Best Speaker Award. This means that she can also give a lecture at the DGE conference next year. Shamini has been a PhD student in […]

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Successful defenses

In November/ December 2021 Lucie Meyer (project B15), Ilona Berger (project A06), Laura-Sophie Landwehr (project B16) and Yuhong Yang (project B15) successfully passed the defenses of their PhD Thesis’. Congratulations for this very good performance. Lucie Meyer: Pathophysiology of primary aldosteronism: adrenal immunohistochemistry and molecular profiling studies Ilona Berger: Characterisation of stem cells of the […]

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Highly Cited Researchers

Prof. Andreas Linkermann and Dr. José Pedro Friedmann Angeli are among the most influential researchers in the world. This circle consists of 6,600 people in 2021. Both are on the list of Highly Cited Researchers. Prof. Andreas Linkermann is strengthening project A01 as a new PI in the second funding period. Dr. Jose Pedro Angeli […]

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