- Alexander von Appen
- Jan Brugués
- Dye / Eaton
- Anne Grapin-Botton
- Stephan Grill
- Pierre Haas
- Alf Honigmann
- Meritxell Huch
- Wieland Huttner
- Anthony Hyman
- Florian Jug
- Elisabeth Knust
- Moritz Kreysing
- Rita Mateus
- Carl Modes
- Gene Myers
- André Nadler
- Gaia Pigino
- Jonathan Rodenfels
- Ivo Sbalzarini
- Andrej Shevchenko
- Jacqueline Tabler
- Dora Tang
- Pavel Tomancak
- Agnes Toth-Petroczy
- Jesse Veenvliet
- Christoph Zechner
- Marino Zerial
General Contact Information
Max Planck Institute
of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics
- Shevchenko -
|Phone||+49 351 210-2615|
|Fax||+49 351 210-1689|
Current Lab Members
|Has, Canan||Guest Scientistemail@example.com|
|Miranda Ackerman, Eduardo Jacobo||Postdocfirstname.lastname@example.org||+49 351 210-2421|
|Raghuraman, Bharath Kumar||Postdocemail@example.com||+49 351 210-2606|
|Rzagalinski, Ignacy||Postdocfirstname.lastname@example.org||+49 351 210-2673|
|Schuhmann, Kai||Postdocemail@example.com||+49 351 210-2601|
|Shevchenko, Andrej||Group Leaderfirstname.lastname@example.org||+49 351 210-2615|
|Thomas, Henrik||Technicianemail@example.com||+49 351 210-2557|
|Traikov, Sofia||Postdocfirstname.lastname@example.org||+49 351 210-2980|
|Vvedenskaya, Olga||Postdocemail@example.com||+49 351 210-2621|
I am a career analytical biochemist with special interest in mass spectrometry and how it transforms life sciences landscape to make it quantitative and molecules-oriented.
Bharath Kumar Raghuraman
From Chennai, South India, working on absolute quantification of metabolic enzymes. Outside the lab, I am an avid musician, traveler and cook.
I am post-doctoral research associate for bioinformatics in Shevchenko Group. With experience in bioinformatics, mass-spectrometry and biology, I have been working with multiple kinds of omics data analysis applied to various different biological context. My current specialization is integration of MS-based omics data such as proteomics, lipidomics and non-MS based omics data such as genomics and transcriptomics. I earned my Ph.D in Molecular Biology-Bioinformatics from Izmir Institute of Technology, (Turkey) in 2017 with a visiting period in Free University Berlin (Germany) and KNIME GmbH (Germany). I received my B.S degree in Molecular Biology and Genetics from Istanbul University with
Erasmus stay in University of Copenhagen (Denmark). During my PhD studies, I cofounded one of the first bioinformatics companies in TR specialized in big biological data analysis on cloud system with the support of Turkish Scientific and Technological Research Council (TUBITAK) academic start-up grant.
Jacobo Miranda Ackerman
I am interested in information extraction from noisy data, specifically processing repeated mass spectrometry measurements, by analyzing multiple measurements. I am able to detect and extract patterns that are analyzed by expert experimentalists, and information is extracted and refined, such as quantification, signal consistency, and contaminant information. With the goal of encoding the expert.
I learned industrial mechanics 1987-1990, studied chemistry 1990-1995 in TU Dresden, and did my PHD 1997-2002 at the Institute of Analytical chemistry, TU Dresden. I have been in MPI-CBG since 2002.
My research focuses on bioanalytical mass spectrometry and separation techniques towards absolute quantification of biologically important molecules. During my PhD (analytical chemistry), I studied fundamental and applied aspects of MALDI imaging mass spectrometry, with focus on quantifying drugs and metabolites spatial distributions in different biological tissues. My current research concentrates on developing new methods and standardization approaches for fast and absolute (molar) quantification of proteins, with particular emphasis on their clinical and biomedical applications such as measuring indicators or biomarkers of disease status.
I am an enthusiastic natural scientist who fell in love with mass spectrometry. In recent years, I have been working on methods to improve the quantification accuracy and to expand the capabilities of the shotgun lipidomics. My recent notable achievements include a method for intensity-independent noise filtering of FTMS spectra, lipid flux analysis using ultra-high resolution Orbitrap FTMS with >1M resolution, as well as a fragment intensity model to compensate for analyte-specific differences and accurately quantify molecular lipid species from MSMS.
knowledge in software for a non-expert to have a better insight into the data. I am the developer and maintainer for the LipidXplorer, PeakStrainer, and other lipidomics software.
Being a part of Shevchenko team gives me an opportunity to apply mass spectrometry to translational medicine, which was something I was looking forward during my MD and PhD studies. I am grateful for this opportunity to do cutting-edge science with a bunch of kind, fun and supportive people.
Hello, my name is Tobias, and I’m Ph.D. student in proteomics. I utilize new approaches and software to boost the number of proteins that are accurately quantified by mass spectrometry, especially at reduced instrument time.
Former Lab Members
|Name||Position in the Shevchenko Lab|
|Tiago Balbuena||Visiting Scientist|
|Giovanny Covaleda Cortes||Visiting Scientist|
|Marina Edelson-Averbukh||Visiting Scientist|
|Kim Ekroos||PhD Student|
|Virginia Maria Ferreira Resende||Visiting Scientist|
|Ronny Herzog||PhD Student|
|Mukesh Kumar||PhD Student|
|Oksana Lavrynenko||PhD Student|
|Steffi Lenhard||tech. Assistant|
|Adam Liska||PhD Student|
|Ekaterina Lobanova||Visiting Scientist|
|Gerald Rechberger||Visiting Scientist|
|Christina Valcu||Visiting Scientist|
|Natalie Wielsch||PhD Student|