INVITED SPEAKERS

Gili Ben-Nissan
Weizmann Institute of Science
Our lab studies different aspects of the cellular protein degradation pathway. My work is focused... (click for more)
Gili Ben-Nissan
Weizmann Institute of Science
Our lab studies different aspects of the cellular protein degradation pathway. My work is focused on the regulation, as well as the structure-function relationship of protein complexes, involved in degradation by the proteasome machinery.
Anat Bernstein
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
I study degradation of organic pollutants in the subsurface. I use compound-specific isotope... (click for more)
Anat Bernstein
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
I study degradation of organic pollutants in the subsurface. I use compound-specific isotope analysis (CSIA) techniques to address my research goals.
Nir Kalisman
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
We aim to solve the 3D architectures of very large protein complexes, especially those involved in... (click for more)
Nir Kalisman
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
We aim to solve the 3D architectures of very large protein complexes, especially those involved in transcription and protein folding. The lab integrates structural data from chemical cross-linking, mass-spectrometry, electron-microscopy and crystallography for comprehensive computational modeling.
Martin Kussmann
Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences
Proteomics/metabolomics/lipidomics-based nutritional systems biology and its translation to... (click for more)
Martin Kussmann
Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences
Proteomics/metabolomics/lipidomics-based nutritional systems biology and its translation to diagnostics in human brain, metabolic and gastrointestinal health. Omics technology development for molecular biology and human clinical studies. Applications: human longevity/frailty, IBD, diabetes, cognitive decline; mitochondrial function, circadian rhythm
Thomas Krämer
University of Zurich
Thomas Kraemer is head of the Department of Forensic Pharmacology and Toxicology (FPT) of the... (click for more)
Thomas Krämer
University of Zurich
Thomas Kraemer is head of the Department of Forensic Pharmacology and Toxicology (FPT) of the Zurich Institute of Forensic Medicine (University of Zurich). The FPT is a center of applied rather than fundamental research. It has his main research focus on development and validation of new bioanalytical methods (e.g. new screening strategies using novel MSall with SWATH acquisition; high-resolution MS; MALDI-MSI), metabolism studies, interaction studies and elucidation of incorporation mechansims of xenobiotics in alternative matrices such as hair or nails.
Yansheng Liu
ETH Zurich
Dr. Yansheng Liu is a senior researcher working at Ruedi Aebersold group, Institute of Molecular... (click for more)
Yansheng Liu
ETH Zurich
Dr. Yansheng Liu is a senior researcher working at Ruedi Aebersold group, Institute of Molecular Systems Biology (IMSB), ETH Zurich. His current work includes the development of SWATH-MS technology and its application in human plasma proteomics and N-linked glycoproteomic analysis, for the purpose of systems biology studies and cancer biomarker discovery.
Yishai Levin
Weizmann Institute of Science
Yishai Levin
Weizmann Institute of Science
Sergey Malitsky
Weizmann Institute of Science
Sergey Malitsky
Weizmann Institute of Science
Pablo Martinez-Lozano Sinues
ETH Zurich
My research activities are centered on the development of ambient mass spectrometry methods for the... (click for more)
Pablo Martinez-Lozano Sinues
ETH Zurich
My research activities are centered on the development of ambient mass spectrometry methods for the analysis of trace gases. In particular, we address a number of clinical problems (e.g. diagnosis of lung diseases) by real-time analysis of exhaled breath.
Tomer Shlomi
Technion
Our group aims to derive a comprehensive and quantitative view of cellular metabolism by utilizing... (click for more)
Tomer Shlomi
Technion
Our group aims to derive a comprehensive and quantitative view of cellular metabolism by utilizing molecular biology approaches, metabolomics and isotope tracing, and computational metabolic network analysis. We are especially interested in understanding metabolic abnormality of cancer cells, its tumorigenic role and underling regulatory mechanisms, and how it can be exploited for therapeutic purposes.
Marc Suter
Eawag
My research focuses on better understanding the molecular response of aquatic model organisms to... (click for more)
Marc Suter
Eawag
My research focuses on better understanding the molecular response of aquatic model organisms to environmental stressors using systems biology approaches (proteomics, metabolomics). Tools of the trade are ultratrace analysis using high resolution and highly accurate mass spectrometers, effect-directed analysis, global and targeted proteomics and metabolomics.
Jean-Luc Wolfender
Université de Genève
Jean‐Luc Wolfender is a chemist, who completed a PhD in pharmacognosy with Prof. Kurt Hostettmann (... (click for more)
Jean-Luc Wolfender
Université de Genève
Jean‐Luc Wolfender is a chemist, who completed a PhD in pharmacognosy with Prof. Kurt Hostettmann (University of Lausanne, Switzerland, 1993). After being responsible of the analytical services of this laboratory, he performed a post doc by Prof. Al Burlingame on Conus venom profiling (UCSF, San Francisco). He is now full Professor at the Phytochemistry and Bioactive Natural Product research unit of the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences of the University of Geneva (Switzerland). His mains research interests focused on plant metabolomics and the search of inducible bioactive natural products in response to various biotic and abiotic stimuli. He is mainly involved in the development of dereplication and de novo structure identification methods of natural products with LC hyphenated techniques (LCMS and LC‐NMR).