CA17129 – Catalysing transcriptomics research in cardiovascular disease
CardioRNA COST Action CA17129 is a collaborative pan-European network of multidisciplinary researchers, clinicians, and industrial partners aiming to accelerate the understanding of transcriptomics in cardiovascular disease (CVD) and further the translation of experimental data into usable applications to improve personalized medicine in this field.
EHJ Cardiopulse article ‘Transcriptomics Research to Improve Cardiovascular Healthcare’October 15, 2020
An important overview of how transcriptomics research can improve cardiovascular healthcare written by our very own Yvan Devaux and Lina Badimon is out now in the European Heart Journal!
Launch of EU-CardioRNA book ‘Epigenetics in Cardiovascular Disease’October 15, 2020
We are delighted to announce the launch of a new book: Epigenetics in Cardiovascular Disease, part of the Elsevier book series in Translational Epigenetics, expected to be released 1st March 2021. Twenty-one illustrated chapters prepared by members of the EU-CardioRNA COST Action present the role of epigenetic mechanisms in cardiovascular disease, focusing on key […]
GROUP LEADER OPPORTUNITIES AT THE MRC HUMAN GENETICS UNIT, UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGHOctober 8, 2020
The MRC Human Genetics Unit at the University of Edinburgh, UK are seeking to recruit new group leaders at tenure or tenure track level The MRC HGU – the UK’s largest MRC Unit – combines the latest computational and experimental technologies to investigate how our genomes work to control the function of molecules, cells and […]
Frontiers in CardioVascular Biomedicine 2021, Budapest22 - 25 April 2021
The Frontiers in CardioVascular Biomedicine, run by the ESC council for Basic Cardiovascular Science, meetings are increasingly considered as one of the most relevant exchange platforms for basic and translational cardiovascular biology. Our EU-CardioRNA COST Action Chair Yvan Devaux and WG3 Leader Monika Stoll will Chair a session entitled “Non-coding RNAs in cardiovascular diseases”, which […]