Amin Ardestani, PhD (junior group leader)
2004- Ranked 3th in Biochemistry among up to 7200 participants In the National Exam for Entering Nationwide M.Sc Programs in Biochemistry.
2004- Ranked 3th in Clinical Biochemistry among up to 12000 participants in the National Exam for Entering Nationwide M.Sc. Programs in Clinical Biochemistry.
2007- Razi award for young scientists at the 9th Iranian Congress of Biochemistry & the 2nd International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Shiraz-Iran.
2008- Young scientist award at the 8th FEBS-IUBMB YOUNG SCIENTISTS FORUM in the the 33rd FEBS CONGRESS & 11th IUBMB CONFERENCE. Athens, Greece.
2008- Student prize, University of Tehran, Iran.
2013- Young scientist at 1st DZD Diabetes Research School. Barcelona, Spain.
2014- BREMER STUDIENPREIS FÜR DIE BESTE DISSERTATION 2013 (Sonderpreis Rotary Club Bremen-Roland), see http://www.uni-bremen.de/aktuelle-meldungen/einzelanzeige/article/bremer-studienpreis-2013-verliehen.html?cHash=993de65774a6556cee0e343ccef461d7.
2014- Förderpreis, German Diabetes Society (DDG).
Preservation of PDX-1, a critical β-cell transcription factor, to maintain β-cell function and survival in type 2 diabetes.
MST1, a master regulator of beta-cell survival in diabetes.
The ubiquitin-proteasome system (UPS) in the β-cell (supervision of Kanaka Durga Devi Gorrepati, PhD student).
New targets for β-cell-directed therapy in diabetes (supervision of Karthika Annamalai, PhD student).
Mammalian Hippo signaling in the β-cell: physiology and patho-physiology (supervision of Ting Yuan, PhD student).
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