Clinical Proteomics in the Mann Group

The main research focus of the Clinical Proteomics Group headed by Professor Matthias Mann is to apply mass spectrometry (MS) based proteomics to understand human health and disease. The study of the proteome could lead to the improvement of patient diagnosis and stratification, and possibly to prevent diseases such as metabolic disorders and cancer. To this end, the lab is developing and applying cutting-edge MS-based proteomics techniques; an area in which the Mann Group is world-leading.

The Mann Group undertakes ambitious research projects involving proteomics of archived tissue specimens and body fluids for patient phenotyping. One goal is to establish robust, high-throughput proteome profiling pipelines for these patient materials, allowing for the proteomic interrogation of large clinical cohorts. The group’s overarching aim is to identify protein markers for early detection of diseases such diabetes and cancer, to improve diagnosis and help to develop individualized therapies.

























Group Leader

Matthias Mann
Professor, Research Director

Matthias Mann

Staff list

Name Title Phone E-mail
Andreas Mund Associate Professor +4535325069 E-mail
Annelaura Bach Nielsen Postdoc +4535334474 E-mail
Beatrice Dyring-Andersen Associate Professor +4535337436 E-mail
Elena Krismer Master Student   E-mail
Filip Oskar Mundt Postdoc +4535332882 E-mail
Frederik Post Research Assistant +4535324666 E-mail
Kira Petzold Laboratory Technician +4535332871 E-mail
Lylia Drici Postdoc +4535334900 E-mail
Matthias Mann Head of Research   E-mail
Maximilian Strauss Postdoc +4535326217 E-mail
Nicolai Jacob Wewer Albrechtsen Associate Professor +4535330485 E-mail
Sonja Kabatnik PhD Fellow +4535321204 E-mail
Xiang Zheng Postdoc +4535331821 E-mail