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biomedical researcher

Silke Sperling, German biomedical researcher. Achievements include research in identification of cited causative impact on congenital heart diseases; research in cardiac transcription networks; research in analysis of combinatorial roles of histone modifications in transcription; research in genomic organization of transcriptomes; patents for visualization of complex dataset. Grantee, European Commission, since 2005.

Background

Sperling, Silke was born on March 31, 1971 in Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany. Daughter of Fritz Bettermann and Martina Uhlmann.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Free University of Berlin, 1997. Doctor of Medicine in Cardiac Physiology suma cum laude, Free University Berlin, 1999.

Career

Physician pediatric cardiology German Heart Center, Berlin, 1997—1999. Post doctoral Max Planck Institute Molecular Genetics, 1999—2000, head research group, since 2001, Hansen Gary professor, since 2010.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in identification of cited causative impact on congenital heart diseases. Research in cardiac transcription networks. Research in analysis of combinatorial roles of histone modifications in transcription.

    Research in genomic organization of transcriptomes. Patents for visualization of complex dataset.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Bd. Member European Society of Human Genetics, workpackage coordinator European Integrated Project Heart Repair.

Membership

Member of German Society Human Genetics, European Society of Human Genetics.

Connections

father:
Fritz Bettermann

mother:
Martina Uhlmann