[blockquote text=” Maarten Altelaar develops and implements novel MS based proteomics technologies to study protein regulation and cellular signaling processes. Emphasis lies on cancer signaling in acquired drug resistance and immunotherapy. High-throughput (phospho)proteomics complemented with targeted MS technologies are used to decipher proteome dynamics “show_quote_icon=”yes” text_color=”#f2f2f2″]
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Positions and Projects


We offer interesting research internships for students.

We are always looking for talented candidates. Are you an excellent researcher in the field of Proteomics, bioinformatics or computational biology and you like to combine this with interesting biological questions? Please send me an email with your CV and a letter of motivation.


Currently looking for a postdoc with experience in proteomics


In recent years we have developed new proteomics methods ranging from improved separation and enrichment methodologies to new fragmentation techniques and targeted analysis of post-translation modifications (PTMs). These improvements enable us to decipher the complexity of the human proteome, consisting of dynamic protein-protein interactions, PTMs, protein synthesis and degradation, protein complex assembly and disassembly, etc. To further advance the impact of our proteomics tools in the biological and clinical setting, smooth integration with other omics technologies such as genomics and metabolomics is a prerequisite.


For this position, we seek a highly motivated biochemist or analytical chemist with proven expertise in mass spectrometry and proteomics. Having your own project, you will join a team of dedicated researchers combining expertise in biochemistry, analytical chemistry, mass spectrometry and bioinformatics on a variety of systems to answer pressing biological questions.