We’re kicking off this week’s newsletter with a conversation about ethics in clinical proteomics from Matthias Mann and colleagues. Also featured: quick chats with more members of our lovely editorial advisory board. Enjoy! As an aside, we’ve got big plans for the year ahead, but we always welcome submissions. If you have any news or exciting research you’d like to share with our audience, please do get in touch! My inbox is always open.


Stay safe and all the best! Matt Hallam, Editor

Ethical Considerations in Clinical Proteomics
02/15/2021 | Sebastian Porsdam Mann, Philipp Geyer, Peter Treit, Matthias Mann
Kickstarting important conversations about ethics in a thriving field
Peter Schoenmakers: Meet the Editorial Advisory Board
Peter discusses his life in liquid chromatography and a turbulent 2020
Jenny Van Eyk: Meet the Editorial Advisory Board
Jenny updates us on her quest for personalized medicine
Chris Harrison: Meet the Editorial Advisory Board
Chris tells us about his unique approach to teaching and what keeps him up at night
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