Quantitative Mass Spectrometry
The Aebersold group is interested in developing and applying novel methods in quantitative mass spectrometry to accurately measure protein analytes in complex samples.
The team of Prof. Ruedi Aebersold employs computational and experimental approaches to accurately quantify protein abundance and protein activity across many different biological samples. To achieve this, the Aebersold lab applies and extends existing high throughput proteomics methods such as labelfree shotgun proteomics and targeted proteomics using SRM (or SWATH-MS). In order to gain deeper insight into protein interactions, techniques using affinity purification and chemical cross-linking are employed in the lab. Read more
Christian Feller obtained grant for melanoma epigenetic profiling
Christian obtained funding from the 3rd URPP UZH Translational Cancer Research call to monitor epigenetic states in melanoma cells. For this project, we are currently looking for MSc students and students helpers. Read more
Nino Nikolovski is starting as a postdoc at Aebersold lab with Marie Curie Individual Fellowship
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F1000 award at the Life Sciences PostDoc day 2015 for Christian Feller
Christian Feller receives F1000 award at the Life Sciences PostDoc day 2015 For his talk entitled “Dissecting protein modification-mediated communication”. Congratulations! Read more
Donation of Lotte and Adolf Hotz-Sprenger Foundation for Prostate Cancer Digital Biobanking
With its generous donation to the ETH Zurich Foundation Lotte and Adolf Hotz-Sprenger Foundation supports the project "Prostate Cancer Digital biobanking" within the "Personalized Medicine" initiative of ETH Zurich, the University Hospital Zurich and the University of Zurich. Read more
Targeted Proteomics course registration is open!
In this course we offer theoretical introductory lectures, comprehensive hands-on training and discussion rounds on each of the typical tasks performed in targeted proteomics workflows. In previous years the focus of the course has been entirely on SRM (selected reaction monitoring). This year the course content is being expanded to include other methods such as PRM (parallel reaction monitoring) and DIA (data independent acquisition), with a particular focus on SWATH MS. Read more