Stefanie Dimmeler

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Stefanie Dimmeler was born on 18 July, 1967 in Ravensburg, Germany, is a German academic. Discover Stefanie Dimmeler’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?

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Age53 years old
Zodiac SignCancer
Born18 July 1967
Birthday18 July
BirthplaceRavensburg, Germany
NationalityGermany

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Timeline of Stefanie Dimmeler

2011

Since 2011 Stefanie Dimmeler is Deputy Speaker of the “German Center for Cardiovascular Research e.V.” (DZHK) Location RheinMain. The DZHK is a partner of the German Centers for Health Research, which are committed to improving the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of common diseases and was founded in 2011 on the initiative of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The goal of all six German Centers for Health Research is to bring the results of basic research into clinical application more quickly.

2007

Dimmeler went on to receive the Ernst Jung Prize for Medicine in 2007 and a 2.4 million euro research grant from the European Research Council in 2008.

2005

Stefanie Dimmeler attended schools in Hagnau and Stetten and the high school in Markdorf. From 1986 to 1991 she studied biology at the University of Konstanz. In 1993 she obtained her doctorate in Konstanz on “Nitric oxide-stimulated ADP-ribosylation”. From 1993 to 1995 Dimmeler was a postdoctoral fellow in the Biochemical and Experimental Division of the Department of Surgery the University of Cologne and then from 1995 to 2001 in the Medical Clinic, Department of Cardiology, the University of Frankfurt am Main. In 1998 she habilitated in the field of experimental medicine on the topic of endothelial dysfunction in atherosclerosis – studies on the apoptosis of endothelial cells. Since 2001 she has been Professor for Molecular Cardiology at the University of Frankfurt and since 2008 she is the Director of the Institute for Cardiovascular Regeneration at the Center for Molecular Medicine of the Goethe University Frankfurt. in 2005 she won the 1.55 million euro Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize. Before she could receive the prize, the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft ((in German) “German Research Foundation”) had to clear her of all allegations of scientific misconduct, which they did on 5 July 2005.

1967

Stefanie Dimmeler (born 18 July 1967) is a German biologist specializing in the pathophysiological processes underlying cardiovascular diseases. Her awards and honours include the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize of the German Research Foundation for her work on the programmed cell death of endothelial cells. Since 2008 she has led the Institute for Cardiovascular Regeneration at the University of Frankfurt. Her current work is focusing to develop cellular and pharmacological strategies to improve cardiovascular repair and regeneration. Her work aims to establish non-coding RNAs as novel therapeutic targets.