The Swiss Louis-Jeantet Foundation this week awarded Matthias Mann its Louis-Jeantet Prize in recognition of his work on protein biomarkers for use as cancer diagnostics.

A director at the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry in Martinsried, Mann is the developer of a number of widely used proteomics techniques and platforms, including the SILAC protein labeling method and the MaxQuant bioinformatics software. The prize comes with an award of approximately €580,000 ($765,000).

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