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Bernd Bodenmiller

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Bernd Bodenmiller Institute of Molecular Life Sciences, University of Zurich, Switzerland Bernd Bodenmiller (1979) studied biochemistry at the University of Bayreuth and ETH Zürich and obtained his PhD for his work on system-wide signaling network analysis in the laboratory of Ruedi Aebersold at ETH Zürich. For his postdoctoral training, he joined the laboratory of Garry P. Nolan at Stanford University. There he developed methods for the high throughput analysis of signaling network states by mass cytometry, a technology that allows quantifying up to 100 proteins and signaling molecules at the single cell level.

In 2012, he became group leader and in 2013 SNF/ERC assistant professor at the Institute of Molecular Life Sciences at the University of Zürich. Currently his group is developing methods for highly multiplexed imaging by mass cytometry to unravel how trans-cellular signaling network interactions in the tumor microenvironment drive cancer development and ultimately might be exploited for therapeutic targeting.

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