N°6 – ProteoSys AG (PSY)

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ProteoSys (PSY) is a private German biotechnology research institution (SME) mainly working in research projects in the fields of neurobiology, cancer, gerontology and toxicology. Our research is/has been partly funded by grants from National German agencies (BMBF) and the European Commission (FP5-FP7). We have established a technology platform for quantitative and differential analysis of protein biomarker signatures. Our expertise and focus is the discovery, validation and development of protein biomarkers for large scale testing in diagnostic clinical settings or the use of dynamic protein biomarker signatures for therapeutic development, therapy monitoring and molecular assessment of side effects. Current and finalised EU projects: Neurocypres, ESNATS, ReProTect; MiMage; Neupro-CF, Fight-MG.

 

  • Key staff involved in the project (For more detailed information see the  Who-is-Who-Book)

 

André Schrattenholz, Prof. Dr.,studied Biology and Chemistry at the University of Mainz, Germany and the University of California in San Diego and Berkeley, USA; Ph.D. at the Institute of Biochemistry, University of Mainz, Germany; 1990-2000: Position as postdoctoral fellow, lecturer and research assistant, Laboratory of Molecular Neurobiology at the Institute of Physiological Chemistry und Pathobiochemistry at the Johannes Gutenberg-University in Mainz, Germany. From 2005: Professor of Physiological Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry at the Johannes Gutenberg-University in Mainz, Germany. 2000-today (2011): Founder and Chief Scientific Officer of ProteoSys AG (as a member of the board) (www.proteosys.com).

 

Gerhard Schwall, Dr., Head of Proteomics at ProteoSys (since 2003), expert in analytical biochemistry, previous experience in industrial research, as scientist for Unilever, UK.

 

Werner Stegmann, Dr., Head of mass spectrometry department (since 2001).

 

 

Karlfried Groebe PD Dr., Head of bioinformatics and statistical analysis (since 2004).

 

 

 

 

 

Other persons involved:

Anna Nichtern, Technician,  Analytical biochemistry
Dr. Slobodan Poznanovic, Scientist, Analytical biochemistry
Anke Baumeister, Technician, Analytical biochemistry
Prof. Dr. Vukic Soskic, Scientist Chemistry, Phosphoproteomics
Aynur Cabuk, Technician, Analytical biochemistry
Dr. Anca Bogdan, Scientist, Chemistry
Kathrin Claude, Technician, Analytics
Helmut Zengerling, Scientist, Bioinformatics
Dr. Rainer Schöpf, Scientist, Bioinformatics
 

Further information : www.proteosys.com