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from the edition 01 / 2022

WITH THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL CELL ATLAS TO PRECISION MEDICINE
THE US NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIH IS FUNDING THE CREATION OF A THREE-DIMENSIONAL MAP OF THE HUMAN LYMPHATIC SYSTEM. BERND BODENMILLER, PROFESSOR FOR QUANTITATIVE BIOMEDICINE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ZURICH AND ETH ZURICH AND A PIONEER IN IMAGING MASS CYTOMETRY, PLAYS AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN THIS: A VISIT TO THE BODENMILLER LAB.
 
 
 
Helma Wennemers
The building of the Institute for Quantitative Biomedicine is the newest at the University of Zurich Irchel. It was only occupied last September. It stands at the very top of the campus, offers a lot of light and a view of the Zürichberg forest. A bright red, curved staircase leads up to the top floor. The simple offices of the professors, which are lined up here along a wide corridor, resemble aquariums somewhat, however, with two completely glazed fronts facing the corridor and the outside. The glass wall and door of Bernd Bodenmiller’s office, though, is covered with large-format, colourful pixel paintings: beautiful images of cells produced using what is known as imaging mass cytometry, or IMC.
 
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