Proteomics: an overview of a cell’s line-up of players

Dr. Natalie Krahmer © Helmholtz Zentrum München

Contacts, position changes, interactions, interplay − when Dr. Natalie Krahmer talks about her research it sounds like a discussion about tactics in her favorite sport, soccer. Using proteomics, she analyzes what occurs inside cells. She is particularly interested in how the organization and composition of individual cell compartments changes and which signaling pathways are active during the development of metabolic diseases. Since January 2019, she has headed an Emmy Noether* junior research group at Helmholtz Zentrum München, for which she has been granted 1.8 million euros in funding over six years by the German Research Foundation (DFG).

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