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Dr. Ralf Schittenhelm appointed as the new Director of the Monash Biomedical Proteomics Facility


In January 2016, Dr. Ralf Schittenhelm was appointed as the new Director of the Monash Biomedical Proteomics Facility and succeeds Dr. Oded Kleifeld, who returned to Israel at the end of last year.

Prior to his arrival at Monash University in 2012, Ralf completed his PhD at the University of Zurich followed by a post doc at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich). It was during his post doc that Ralf honed his skills in proteomics working alongside the likes of Rudi Aebersold.

Ralf is looking forward to this new role and is very interested in meeting anyone who wishes to apply proteomic-based technologies to address their research questions.

Upcoming Events

PMV is partnering with ANZSMS, Sciex and Thermo Fisher Scientific to organise the Victorian Mass Spectrometry Symposium 2020. About this Event The symposium will feature presentations from leading international and local researchers in mass spectrometry, including PhD students and postdoctoral researchers. Keynote Speakers Prof. Albert Heck – Utrecht University A/Prof. Erin Baker – North Carolina State University Abstract Submission […]


Proteomics and Metabolomics Victoria will be hosting a Data analysis Symposium at the Bio21 Institute auditorium on Thursday 8th August from 2:00-3:30pm. This free event, supported by Bruker, is a great chance to hear from a stellar line up of ECRs and MCRs involved in data analysis from across the fields of proteomics and metabolomics research. These […]


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