Joelle Korte presents her work on retargeted AAV vectors. Chistmas Dinner 2023

The ENDomics Team celebrates the end of a successful year with a Christmas dinner @Poletto Winebar

4th annual "State of the Lab" Meeting

December 15th, 2023 - ENDomics Lab dicusses progress and pitfalls during the 4th annual "State of the Lab" Meeting.

New Lab Member

November 2023 - ENDomics Lab welcomes Merrit Rothe as new DFG-funded PhD student.

SFB1328 Retreat

October 2023 - PhD students Maria Stamataki (ENDomics Lab) & Enrico Costanzo (ERSI Lab) present their work @ the annual SFB1328 Retreat.

New Lab Member

July 2023 - ENDomics Lab welcomes Monica Dahdouli as new lab technician.

"Transcription factors in the pathogenesis of pulmonary arterial hypertension - Current knowledge and therapeutic potential"

January 2023 - ENDomics Team publishes compendium on transcription factors in PAH (Frontiers in Cardiovascular Research)

New Lab Member

January 2023 - ENDomics Lab welcomes Maria Stamataki as new PhD student to work on SFB1328 "Adenine Nucleotides in Immunity and Inflammation".

Christmas Dinner

December 2022 - ENDomics Team enjoys eight-course Chistmas Dinner @ Zipang Restaurant, Hamburg .

GRC "Barriers of the CNS"

Jakob presents poster "Development of microglia-targeted viral vectors by screening random peptide libraries displayed on the surface of adeno-associated virus type 9" @ Gordon Research Conference "Barriers of the CNS" (2022) in New London, NH.

GRS "Barriers of the CNS"

Jakob is panel member of the mentoring session on "Labs in the Digital Age" @ Gordon Research Seminar "Barriers of the CNS" (2022) in New London, NH.

SFB 1328

May 2022: ENDomics Lab joins SFB 1328 "Adenine Nucleotides in Immunity and Inflammation" in a joint project on the ectnucleotidases CD39 & CD73 togther with ERSI Lab, Dept. of Neurology, UKE.

UCCH Scholarship

Medical Student Julius Klein receives the "UCCH Promotionsstipendium 2021" to work on his thesis in the ENDomics lab for one year.

New lab member

New lab member Julius Klein (medical student) starts working on the implications of BMPR2 in lung cancer.

3rd annual "State of the Lab" Meeting

The ENDomics team celebrates a successful year @ the 3rd annual State of the Lab Meeting in December, 2021.

"PIK3CA and CCM mutations fuel cavernomas through a cancer-like mechanism."

Mark Khan and his team (University of Pennsylvania) utilize our AAV-BR1 vector to assess genetic hits in brain endothelial cells that induce cerebral carvenous malformations (CCM), published in Nature. April 21, 2021.

"PPARγ-p53-Mediated Vasculoregenerative Program to Reverse Pulmonary Hypertension"

Standford University and ENDomics Lab publish article in Circulation Research. December 16, 2020.

New lab member

We welcome Vito Bölingen (medical student) as new full-time lab member for one year (starting from December, 2020).

Inactivation of AAV

Medical student Joelle Korte's work obout the "Inactivation of AAV by Oxidant-based Disinfectants" gets published in Human Gene Therapy (November, 2020).

2nd annual "State of the Lab" Meeting

The ENDomics team gathers for the 2nd annual State of the Lab Meeting in October, 2020.

Homepage Update

The ENDomics lab homepage gets its first update in February, 2020.

New Homepage

The ENDomics lab finally is online. Our new homepage launches December, 2019.

Research Scholarship by E.W. Kuhlmann-Stiftung

December, 2019: Medical Student Joelle Korte gets funded by the E. W. Kuhlmann-Stiftung to work on her thesis in the ENDomics lab for one year.

Poster Award @ PH-DACH Herbstsymposium 2019

Doctoral Student Joelle Korte is recognized for her poster presentation "Adeno-associated Virus As Gene Therapy Vector for Pulmonary Hypertension" at the PH-DACH Herbstsymposium in Heidelberg, Germany (Nov.14-16, 2019) organized by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kardiologie (German Heart Association).