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A Northwestern Proteomics Collaborator is a physician/scientist who uses proteomics as a tool to increase their understanding of the world around us.  They may not have a mass spectrometer within their research group, but they are well-versed in the language of proteomics.

Amy Rosenzweig

Amy Rosenzweig

Weinberg Family Distinguished Professor of Life Sciences

James Chandler

James Chandler

Co-Director, Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute
Lavin/Fates Professor of Neurological Surgery

John T. Wilkins

John T. Wilkins

Assistant Professor in Medicine-Cardiology/Preventive Medicine

Joshua Levitsky

Joshua Levitsky

Associate Professor in Medicine-Gastroenterology and Hepatology and Surgery-Organ Transplantation

Michael Jewett

Michael Jewett

Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Michael M. Abecassis

Michael M. Abecassis

Director, Comprehensive Transplant Center
Chief, Division of Surgery-Organ Transplantation
Professor in Surgery-Organ Transplantation and Microbiology-Immunology

Spiro Getsios

Spiro Getsios

Assistant Professor in Dermatology and Cell and Molecular Biology

Teresa K. Woodruff

Teresa K. Woodruff

Director, Women’s Health Research Institute
Chief, Division of Obstetrics and Gynecology-Fertility Preservation
Professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology-Fertility Preservation, McCormick School of Engineering and Medicine-Endocrinology

Thomas Hope

Thomas Hope

Professor in Cell and Molecular Biology

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