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After finishing her studies in Chemistry at the University of Vienna in 2003, Martina took a position at TU Wien, Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics, as Assistant Professor. Multiple research stays at internationally renowned research groups in the field of mass spectrometry strengthened and enhanced her research portfolio. Today she is heading the “Omics Technologies” group at CTA as Associate Professor.

Research interests: 

Her research targets the development and application of state-of-the-art and high-end mass spectrometry for molecular bulk analysis and imaging approaches. Martina is currently Austria's leader in mass spectrometry-based imaging (MSI), an unbiased molecular imaging technology.

Interests in the biointerface network: 

Martina's team has developed analytical strategies to study biological aspects at interfaces. On one hand, effects of different materials on biological systems are of interest and studied by state-of-the-art omics technolgies (proteomics, lipidomics, glycomics). On the other hand molecular distributions at interfaces are investigated. For this the emerging field of MSI and its potential to better understand molecular events is explored.

For further information: Omics technologies Lab