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Ruedi Aebersold

The Power List 2017


Ruedi Aebersold

Professor of Molecular Systems Biology and Chair, Department of Biology, ETH Zurich and Faculty of Science, University of Zurich, Switzerland.

Vision for the future
I believe that the most transformative contributions of proteome analytical techniques to biology and medicine will come from three areas. First, the fast, robust, low-cost quantification of hundreds of proteomes at a high degree of reproducibility to support comparative studies such as clinical cohorts, perturbation matrices of cells or population-based studies. Second, the determination of the organization and structure of proteins in cells and tissues in the form of complexes and functional modules, recognizing the fact that proteins generally do not act as single polypeptides. Third, the biologically meaningful integration of proteomics data with other types of omics data.

Other categories: Mass Spectrometrists, Omics Explorers


Part of the Power List 2017

The Magnificent Tens

The Magnificent Tens
After 2016’s celebration of women in analytical science, we return to the Top 100 for 2017.
But there’s a twist. This summer, we asked you to nominate scientists in ten categories – from the stars of separation science, to omics explorers, to the mentors training the next generation.

Go to The Power List 2017

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