Number of meta-analyses: 2

Project Description:

Gantsetseg Garmaa is an internal medicine specialist, an ambassador from Mongolia in the Association of Hungarian Ph.D. and DLA Candidates, and a Ph.D. student at the Department of Basic and Translational Medicine, Semmelweis University. During her doctoral journey, she aims to investigate the miRNAs as potential anti-fibrotic agents in renal fibrosis. Now she is working on human renal cell culture. Her projects within the 12-month research fellowship program of the Center for Translational medicine will consist of two meta analyses. The first study will be the determination of the most dysregulated miRNAs in human and animal chronic kidney disease. The second meta-analysis will be on the diagnostic accuracy of miRNAs in CKD.