EMBO Young Investigator
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München | Germany
Daily cycles of physiological processes are controlled by the circadian clock, an internal self-sustainable timing system. My lab studies circadian mechanisms from molecular to system levels using mass spectrometry-based quantitative proteomics as core technology. Our aim is to understand circadian processes in healthy tissues and their alteration in diseases such as metabolic syndrome, cancer and sleep disorders.
Keywords: Chronobiology / proteomics / sleep / biochemistry
Subject area(s): Systems Biology | Proteins & Biochemistry