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Irinna Papangeli

Affiliation: Yale University

Dr. Papangeli is an Associate Research Scientist at Yale School of Medicine, Cardiology. Her scientific interests span cardiovascular development, homeostasis and disease, while her current research work focuses on endothelial involvement in cardiac hypertrophy and heart failure.

Dr. Papangeli completed a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Patras, in Patras, Greece, specializing in Biology, Genetics, Cell-Molecular Biology and Physiology (2006). She went on to complete a Master of Science degree with Distinction in Human Molecular Genetics from Imperial College London, before receiving a Ph.D. in Developmental Genetics from University College London (2010), both in London, UK. After completing two short post docs at University College London and Yale University respectively, she became an Associate Research Scientist at the Yale School of Medicine. Throughout her career, she has gained expertise in In Situ Hybridization, which she has utilized to detect both RNA and DNA molecules on cells, sections, or tissues.

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