Professor of Biochemistry and Life Science Mass Spectrometry
Institute Target Discovery Institute, NDM, University of Oxford
Proteomics, mass spectrometry, ubiquitin proteolysis, immunity, metabolomics Biography Benedikt Kessler graduated from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH in Zurich, Switzerland in biochemistry in 1992. He received his PhD in immunology at the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research at the University of Lausanne in 1998. He then joined the laboratory of Hidde L. Ploegh at the Pathology Department at Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA, to study the role of proteolysis in antigen processing and presentation. After three years, he established a research platform in proteomics at Harvard Medical School. Currently he is Professor of Biochemistry and Life Science Mass Spectrometry at the Target Discovery Institute (TDI), Department of Medicine, University of Oxford, UK. His laboratory is focused on ubiquitin and protease biology with a specialty in mass spectrometry, proteomics and recently in metabolomics. Expertise in his laboratory is also used to understand disease processes in translational research.
Nuffield Department of Medicine Profile
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