Translating Proteomics

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‘Translating Proteomics’ explores the science of proteomics and its growing impact on biological research, biomarker discovery, drug development, food and energy security, and a range of other timely topics. The goal of these conversations is to expose you to important issues in proteomics, deepen your love of science, and prompt you to question assumptions about what may be possible.

Your hosts are Drs. Parag Mallick and Andreas Huhmer of Nautilus Biotechnology. Parag is an Associate Professor at Stanford University whose lab performs systems biology studies that drive precision medicine approaches for cancer diagnosis and treatment. Andreas is a veteran scientist whose industry work has supported thousands of proteomics researchers by helping to bring the latest mass spec technologies into their labs.

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The idea to measure the proteome to get a clear understanding of healthy and diseased tissues at the molecular level has been around for many years but has not come to fruition in a broadly accessible and applicable way. In this episode we discuss:

  • Why now is the time to make this goal a reality
  • Why past efforts to broadly leverage proteomics did not work out
  • What we’ve learned from the past
  • What’s changed in proteomics and science in general that makes a proteomics breakthrough possible

Learn more about proteomics

Sure, proteomics may revolutionize precision medicine and biomarker discovery, but did you know it can help make better cheese? Listen to this episode of  “Translating Proteomics” featuring Nautilus Co-Founder and Chief Scientist, Parag Mallick, and Nautilus Senior Director of Scientific Affairs and Alliance Management, Andreas Huhmer to learn the many ways we can put the proteome to work as the proteomics revolution begins to bear fruit.

Learn more about applications of proteomics

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