Senior Supervisor N094
Chronic inflammation, inflammatory signaling, tumor initiation and progression, metabolic control of immune cells, multi-omics analyses (proteomics, lipidomics, metabolomics)
Focusing on post-genomic techniques, we characterize disease mechanisms mainly governed by biochemical processes such as hypoxia, oxidative stress or metabolic starvation.
We have established a variety of methods supporting analysis of humans in vivo (e.g. metabolomics based on finger sweat analysis), analysis of human or animal model-derived materials (multi-omics), or investigating direct cellular effects on signaling via phospho-proteomics.