Institute for Biomedicine
Institute for Biomedicine
Our starting point is always the individual and their unique characteristics, then comes the laboratory and finally we go back to people: this is how our research work is undertaken. We study how genetic heritage, the environments in which we live and our lifestyles affect the appearance and development of diseases as well as how these factors influence our health.
News & Events
Job position: Biomedical laboratory technician (Bolzano / Merano)
Are you interested in working in our Biobank? We are looking for a Biomedical laboratory technician.
Trainee Post-lauream in Biology/Biotechnology
Are you a recent graduate with a passion for biology and biotechnology? Our Trainee Post-Lauream in Biology/ Biotechnology for advanced co-culture models of iPSC-derived neurons, cardiomyocytes and ...
La diffusione dell'Informazione dalla Ricerca alla pratica medica, alle persone
Due eventi locali organizzati in occasione della giornata mondiale dell’ipertensione.
Ricerca sanitaria: sinergie tra Provincia, Asdaa ed Eurac Research
Azienda Sanitaria, Eurac Research e Amministrazione provinciale promuovono la ricerca sanitaria in Alto Adige.
Kidney biomarkers and cardiovascular risk in South Tyrol population-based studies
We recently published a paper on PLOS ONE journal investigating how we can integrate routinely measured kidney biomarkers to predict cardiovascular risk over 10 years.
New publication on mitochondrial dysfunction and Parkinson's disease
We identified potential presymptomatic molecular markers in clinically non-manifesting heterozygous PRKN variant carriers that could be used to monitor heterozygous PRKN variant carriers during the ...
Epigenetics of Immunity in CancerDuration: - Funding: Italy-Austria 2014-2020 (EUTC / EU ...
SCIence outreach: The example of BIObanks in EUropeDuration: - Funding: KA2 (Erasmus+ /EU funding /Project)
CHRIS-2D: a Dynamic Data infrastructure for biomedical research and innovation in South TyrolDuration: - Funding: FESR (EU funding / Project)
Innovative therapies for cardiovascular disease.Duration: - Funding: Italy-Austria 2014-2020 (EUTC / EU ...
MAGAZINE Science Stories that Inspire
So, what’s a biobank actually for?
The most obvious answer is to preserve biological samples, but there’s much more to it than that.
Filtering data on kidney function
A look at kidney function biomarkers and associated cardiovascular risk with Epidemiologist Ryosuke Fujii
Parkinson’s research: new approaches for early detection
For the first time, markers have been identified at the cellular level that indicate mitochondrial defects even in the absence of physical symptoms
Free of symptoms but not of fears
Incomplete penetrance in genetic diseases and arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy