Max Planck's Matthias Mann Discusses Technology Development and Clinical Proteomics | GenomeWeb

Name: Matthias Mann
Position: Professor, center director, department of proteomics and signal transduction, Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, 2005 to present
Background: Professor of bioinformatics, department of biochemistry and molecular biology, University of Southern Denmark, director of the Center for Experimental BioInformatics, 1998 to 2007; group leader of the protein and peptide group, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, 1992 to 1998

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