Dr. Eva van Rooij

Eva van Rooij attended University Hospital Maastricht in the Netherlands where she received a Ph.D. at the department of Cardiology. She then went on to complete postdoctoral training in Molecular Biology at UT Southwestern Medical Center in the lab of Dr. Eric Olson where she served as lead scientist in the studies that linked microRNAs to cardiovascular disease. In her current work she combines high-end sequencing technologies, stem cells, mouse genetics, animal models of heart disease, and molecular biology to identify the important pathways for cardiac remodeling and repair and explore ways to enhance cardiac efficacy of new drugs.

January 19, 2021 SLAS 2021 Educational Track: Automation Technologies This track focuses on the innovative use of biological or chemistry applicati... read more
September 04, 2020 HUB and BGI-Qingdao sign a Memorandum of Unde... Utrecht and Qingdao, Sep 4th, 2020 – Hubrecht Organoid Technology (HUB) and BGI-Qingdao announced today that they ... read more
May 27, 2020 Studying the development of ovarian cancer wi... read more