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Doctor Soumaya Ben-Aicha

Imperial College London, London (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)

Member of:

European Society of Cardiology

As an overview, Dr. Ben-Aicha has a PhD in Medicine from the University of Barcelona, as well as research experience at the Imperial College London. Since her early stages, she has been involved in the cardiovascular arena gaining experience and knowledge in the field. Her research focus is on preventive cardiology aiming to improve therapeutics against atherosclerosis and its outcome of myocardial infarction modulating the immunological response in large animal models and human to promote translational medicine. She has won national and international honours and recognitions including the Young Investigation award (FCVB; 2018 and 2020). She is a professional member of the European Society of Clinical Investigation (ESCI) and the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) where she is member of the WG of Thrombosis and Vascular Biology.

Human macrophages are immunoprofiled by pericardial fluid small extracellular vesicles modulating lipid metabolism mechanisms.

Event: ESC Congress 2022

Topic: Microvesicles, Exosomes

Session: Targeting lipids and lipid-related pathways in cardiovascular disease

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Human pericardial fluid exosomes regulate macrophage immunophenotype: new prospective for cardiovascular immune response in coronary artery disease

Event: Frontiers in CardioVascular Biomedicine 2022

Topic: Microvesicles, Exosomes

Session: Moderated poster 1 AWARD

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Human pericardial fluid exosomes regulate macrophage immunophenotype: new prospective for cardiovascular myocardium-epicardium crosstalk in coronary artery disease

Event: ESC Congress 2021 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Microvesicles, Exosomes

Session: Basic science e-posters

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Meta-Analysis of COVID-19 treatments on patients with a previous diagnosis of cardiovascular disease

Event: ESC Congress 2021 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Epidemiology

Session: Risk Factors and Prevention ePosters

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Hypercholesterolemia changes HDL-miRNA signature and enhances HDL-miR126-3p and -5p delivery to endothelial cells modulating genes involved in vascular health

Event: Frontiers in CardioVascular Biology 2018

Topic: Lipid Metabolism, Metabolic Syndrome, Diabetes

Session: Young Investigator Award session - Vascular

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