Prof. Dr. med. Patrick Most

Prof. Dr. med. Patrick Most

 

 

 

Kontakt

Patrick.Most@med.uni-heidelberg.de

 

 

Education

1991-1996Medical College, University of Heidelberg
1996-1998Medical College, University of Lübeck
1996-2002MD Doctoral Thesis (summa cum laude)
S100A1: A novel regulator of myocardial contractility


Postgraduate Training and Appointments

2010Appointment at University of Heidelberg, Department of Internal Medicine III, W3-Professorship for Molecular and  Translational Cardiology, Head of the Institute for Molecular and Translational Cardiology
2006-2010Appointment at Thomas Jefferson University, Department of Medicine, Assistant Professorship of Medicine
2004-2006Senior Researcher, Head of the Laboratory for Cardiac Stem Cell and Gene Therapy, Dept. of Internal Medicine III, University of Heidelberg
2004-2005Research Fellowship of the German Research Foundation, Center for Translational Medicine, Department of Medicine, Thomas Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, USA
2002-2006Clinical fellow (Assistant Doctor), Dept. of Internal Medicine III, University of Heidelberg
1999-2002Clinical fellow (Assistant Doctor) and Research Associate, Dept. of Internal Medicine II, University of Lübeck
1998-1999

Intern in Medicine, Dept. of Internal Medicine II, University of Lübeck

 

Patents

Cardiac power failure treatment, WO2000/02453; PCT/EP00/02453

Muscle function enhancing peptide US provisional 09-384

Tissue specific gene therapy treatment, WO2008/054713; PCT/US2007/022861


Membership in Professional and Scientific Societies/Committees 

1998German Society for Cardiology
2001American Heart Association, Council of Basic and Cardiovascular Sciences
2003American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
2006German Society for Internal Medicine
2007Invited Member of the Scientific Cardiovascular Disease Committee of the European Society of Gene and Cell Therapy
2009American Society of Gene and Cell Therapy

 

Publications

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