LIght and Organic Nanotechnology for Cardiovascular Disease.

LION-HEARTED has the mission to restore cardiac function and vascularization, by modulating fate and proliferation of main cardiovascular cell types. The final goal is an implantable device for enhancing cardiac repair in ischemic, aneurysm and stenosis diseases.

What is Lion Hearted.

Lion-Hearted
Our @jkulinz Schiller graduated with a Master degree in Physics from the Johannes Kepler University Linz in 2019. He currently is a PhD student at SoMap within "Lion Hearted"and his research interests are soft and stretchable #devices,light #sources and #bioelectronic interfaces

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RT @DBB_UniPV: Congratulations to our Sharon Negri for the best oral presentation prize at XXIII Congresso Nazionale, Società Italiana di R…

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Lion-Hearted
Our @jkulinz Kaltenbrunner is full professor at J.K.University and Head of the SoMaP Division.His research interests include #electronics and soft #machines,#biodegradable #soft #materials,photovoltaics,lightning and thin film #transistors,soft transducers and #robotics

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Congratulations to our @unipv Sharon Negri for this prestigious prize! We are proud of YOU! 💪🏻 🦁 Check it out on @laprovinciadiso : laprovinciadisondrio.it/stories/Cronac… @DBB_UniPV @SharNi04571391

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Lion-Hearted
Check out our new publication on @EmboMolMed 👨🏻‍🔬👩🏻‍🔬 Thanks to our @HumanitasMilano partners @leonardo_elia and Montserrat Climent! embopress.org/doi/full/10.15… #coronaryarterydisease @EMBOPress @HUNIMED @futuretecheu @EUeic @FutureTechEU @EU_H2020

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RT @DBB_UniPV: @eu_lionhearted @NobelPrize @IITalk_projects May the #NobelPrize winner #TRPV1 indeed be crucial to mediate also heart repai…

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 FETOPEN 2018-2020 programme under grant agreement No 828984. Copyright ©