Dr. Isabell Bludau
Isabell Bludau is a postdoctoral fellow in the lab of Prof. Matthias Mann at the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry near Munich. She is specialized in computational proteomics and systems biology. During her PhD with Prof. Ruedi Aebersold at ETH Zurich, Isabell developed computational methods for analyzing large-scale proteomics data. She specifically worked on the detection and quantification of protein complexes and the inference of proteoform groups from bottom-up proteomics data. Recently, Isabell’s work focuses on investigating post-translational modifications in their 3-dimensional context. Isabell’s PhD thesis was awarded with the ETH silver medal and her postdoctoral research is supported by a Postdoc.Mobility fellowship of the Swiss National Science Foundation. Next to her research, Isabell is a member of the organizing committee of the ISCB’s Community of Special Interest on Computational Mass Spectrometry and she is part of the HUPO Early Career Researcher Initiative.