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Doctor Christian Schulte

University Heart & Vascular Center Hamburg, Hamburg (Germany)

Member of:

European Society of Cardiology

Dr. Christian Schulte is a clinician scientist in cardiology, working in the translational interface between noncoding RNA biology and their clinical implications i.e. as circulating biomarkers in cardiovascular disease. He started his research in parallel to his clinical training at the University Heart Center Hamburg, Germany, where his research interest focused on circulating microRNAs. In 2016 he was awarded a two-year research fellowship by the German Research Foundation (DFG) to join the group of Prof. Manuel Mayr at King’s College London, where he pursued a project on circulating noncoding RNAs compared to protein biomarkers in cardiovascular disease and the potential of clinical implementation as biomarkers, embedded in a PhD programme. Currently, Dr. Schulte is building up his own research group in Hamburg, alongside completing his clinical training.

VEGF beta is a candidate biomarker for cardiovascular risk stratification

Event: ESC Congress 2022

Topic: Biomarkers

Session: Biomarkers and more

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Exosomes and circulating RNAs as biomarker for cardiovascular disease.

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2019

Topic: Basic Science

Session: Precision medicine: novel biomarkers for patient risk stratification

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A comparative analysis of circulating non-coding RNAs versus protein biomarkers in the detection of myocardial injury

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2019

Topic: Genetics, Epigenetics, ncRNA

Session: Extracellular vesicles and cell communication in cardiovascular disease

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