Klaus Eyer appointed Assistant Professor at ETH Zurich
ETH Zurich has appointed Branco Weiss Fellow Klaus Eyer, currently a Group Leader at ESPCI and Research Associate at the Institut Pasteur, both in Paris, France, as Assistant Professor of Functional Immune Repertoire Analysis in the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences. He will start his new job on August 1.
Dr Eyer’s achievements have already resulted in an ERC Starting Grant in 2018. His research focuses on the development, characterization and integration of bioanalytical methods for the functional analysis of individual cells. The main emphasis is on quantifying the humoral, adaptive and innate immune response. By appointing Klaus Eyer, ETH Zurich is strengthening the development of new procedures, vaccines and diagnostic approaches, especially in the area of personalized medicine.
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