3 November 2017

Recently Mangala Srinivas, Dept. of Tumor Immunology, theme Nanomedicine received a ERA-NET grant on imaging in cardiovascular disease (€800k).

Molecular imaging of atherosclerosis can become a key tool to understand progression of atherosclerosis to clinical disease; identify persons that need preventive therapy; test the causal role of risk factors; and guide the development of new drugs.


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