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Dr. Hannes Röst

Assistant Professor and Canada Research Chair in Mass Spectrometry-Based Personalized Medicine

 at University of Toronto

I am a bioinformatics researcher interested in high-throughput technologies that allow us to study the molecular phenotype of a biological system comprehensively. I have worked on theoretical questions in targeted proteomics, contributed to the development of SWATH-MS and wrote the first software capable of targeted analysis of SWATH-MS data in high throughput. I studied at ETH Zurich, Switzerland, worked with Ruedi Aebersold during my PhD and I am now working with Mike Snyder at Stanford University to apply mass spectrometry in a personalized medicine context.

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