Dr. med. Nuria Brämswig
Institut für Humangenetik
Anschrift: Institut für Humangenetik
Nuria Brämswig went to Medical School at the Christian-Albrechts-University in Kiel and worked in the Pediatric Endocrinology department of the University Children’s Clinic of Kiel (Prof. Dr. Paul M. Holterhus) from 2006 to 2009, and received her doctorate in 2010. From 2009 to 2013, she performed a postdoctoral fellowship at the “Department of Genetics” at the “University of Pennsylvania” in Philadelphia, PA, USA (Prof. Klaus Kaestner). Since 2013, she has been a research associate/assistant physician at the Institute for Human Genetics at the University Hospital Essen.
Bramswig, N.C., Everett, L.J., Schug, J., Dorrell, C., Liu, C., Luo, Y., Streeter, P.R., Naji, A., Grompe, M., and Kaestner, K.H. (2013). Epigenomic plasticity enables human pancreatic alpha to beta cell reprogramming. The Journal of clinical investigation 123, 1275-1284.
Kameswaran, V., Bramswig, N.C., McKenna, L.B., Penn, M., Schug, J., Hand, N.J., Chen, Y., Choi, I., Vourekas, A., Won, K.J., et al. (2014). Epigenetic regulation of the DLK1-MEG3 microRNA cluster in human type 2 diabetic islets. Cell metabolism 19, 135-145.
Bramswig, N.C., and Kaestner, K.H. (2014). Transcriptional and epigenetic regulation in human islets. Diabetologia 57, 451-454.
Bramswig, N.C., and Kaestner, K.H. (2012). Epigenetics and diabetes treatment: an unrealized promise? Trends in endocrinology and metabolism: TEM 23, 286-291.
Bramswig, N.*, Welzel, M.*, Appari, M.*, Riepe, F.G., and Holterhus, P.M. (2011). Transcriptional response of peripheral blood mononuclear cells to recombinant human growth hormone in a routine four-days IGF-I generation test. Growth hormone & IGF research 21, 336-342. (* co-authors)