PD Andreas  Roos (PhD)
Translational Research in Neuromuscular Disorders

PD Dr. rer. nat. Andreas Roos

Research Coordinator - Dep. of Neuropediatrics, University of Duisburg-Essen 🡵

Adjunct Professor - University of Ottawa 🡵

Project Manager - NMD-GPS 🡵

GENOMIC AND PROTEOMIC SIGNATURES AS A GPS IN NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASES



Welcome dear visitor

As senior scientist I am working in the field of translational medicine with a main focus on neurodegenerative and neuromuscular disorders.

In order to understand the etiology of these diseases and to obtain a full picture, my work focusses on the identification of the genetic cause as well as on the discovery of the related pathophysiological consequences. For the latter purpose, various biochemical techniques including different proteomic approaches are applied by making use of in vitro and in vivo models as well as of patient-derived material.

I'd like to invite you to discover my field activity and related projects.

Best regards

Andreas Roos

 

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23.07.2021

Recently published paper

Expansion of the mutational spectrum of BMPER leading to diaphanospondylodysostosis and description of the associated disease process. Mol Genet Genomic Med. ~ Braun F, Gangfuß A, Stöbe P, Haack TB,...   mehr


22.07.2021

Recently accepted paper

Muscular and molecular pathology associated with SPATA5-deficiency in a child with EHLMRS. International Journal of Molecular Science ~ Braun F*, Hentschel A, Sickmann A, Marteau T, Hertel S, Förster...   mehr


02.05.2021

Recently published paper

Complexity and Specificity of Sec61-Channelopathies: Human Diseases Affecting Gating of the Sec61 Complex. Cells ~ Sicking M, Lang S, Bochen F, Roos A, Drenth J P H, Zakaria M, Zimmermann R, Linxweiler...   mehr


01.05.2021

Recently accepted paper

Inflammation, fibrosis and skeletal muscle regeneration in LGMDR9 are orchestrated by macrophages. Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology ~ Kölbel H, Preusse C, Brand L, van Moers A, Della marina A,...   mehr


03.07.2020

Interview mit Dr. Andreas Roos

Algorithmus vom INFORM DataLab verbessert Diagnose und Behandlung neuromuskulärer Erkrankungen. Link zum Interview   mehr