Job title: Associate Principal Scientist of Chemical Biology
Benjamin Ruprecht is an Associate Principle Scientist in the Chemical Biology and Chemoproteomics group at Merck Research Laboratories in Boston, MA. His focus is on the development and application of mass spectrometry-based proteomics, chemoproteomics and bioinformatics tools to support diverse and multi-disciplinary drug discovery projects. He earned his PhD at the Technical University of Munich in the laboratory of Prof. Dr. Bernhard Kuster where he worked on chemoproteomic affinity matrices, studied mechanisms of drug resistance and developed phosphoproteomics methods to deconvolute cellular signalling pathways.
A High-Throughput, Mass Spectrometry-Based Proteomics Platform for Rapid Drug Perturbation Profiling 9:30 am
Development of a high throughput and automation-compatible mass spectrometry-based proteomics workflow for rapid cellular drug perturbation profiling Sharing examples on how the platform can support MoA de-convolution of chemical matter from phenotypic screens to identify novel drug targets Examples on how the platform can support the identification of novel protein degrader targetsRead more
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