von Bergen, Martin, Prof. Dr. rer. nat.
Department of Molecular Systems Biology, UFZ &
Functional Proteomics, Institute of Biochemistry, UL
Professor of Functional Proteomics, Institute of Biochemistry, UL (since 2015) & Head of Department of Molecular Systems Biology, UFZ (since 2016)
Role within partner site
Contributing omics platforms and expertise on environment on disease-related biology
Relevant work experience
2013-16 Professor of Systems Microbiology, University of Aalborg, Denmark
2008-16 Speaker of Department of Metabolomics, UFZ
2006-16 Head of Department of Proteomics, UFZ
2007 Lecture qualification (Habilitation) in Molecular Biology at the University of Hamburg
2003-06 Senior postdoc at Max Planck Research Unit for Structural Molecular Biology at DESY, Hamburg
2002-03 Head of Proteomics at Mice & More GmbH & Co KG, Hamburg
2001-02 Scientist at Megamedics GmbH, Wedel
1998-2001 Postdoctoral researcher at Max Planck Research Unit for Structural Molecular Biology at DESY, Hamburg
1998 Promotion (Dr. rer. nat) in Biology, University of Hamburg
1995-98 Graduate studies in Biochemistry, Max Planck Research Unit for Structural Molecular Biology at Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg
1989-95 Studies in Biology, University of Hamburg, Germany
Main research focus
Understanding the mechanisms of effects of chemicals in in vivo and in vitro systems, identifying key processes and species in microbiome ecology and microbiome-host interaction, developing novel targeted and untargeted mass spectrometry-based methods and applications for proteomics and metabolomics
5 out of 356; WOS h-index 51
Rolle-Kampczyk U, …, von Bergen M et al. Accumulation of distinct persistent organic pollutants is associated with adipose tissue inflammation. Sci Total Environ 2020;748:142458.
Hange SB, …, von Bergen M. Gastric bypass surgery in a rat model alters the community structure and functional composition of the intestinal microbiota independently of weight loss. Microbiome 2020;8:13.
Krause JL,…, von Bergen M. The glyphosate formulation Roundup® LB plus influences the global metabolome of pig gut microbiota in vitro. Sci Total Environ 2020;745:140938.
Massier L,…, von Bergen M et al. Adipose tissue derived bacteria are associated with inflammation in obesity and type 2 diabetes. Gut 2020;69:1796-1806.
Markle JG, …, von Bergen M et al. Sex differences in the gut microbiome drive hormone-dependent regulation of autoimmunity. Science 2013;339:1084-1088.
Awards: Award of the German Society for Mass Spectrometry for the application of stable istopes in metaproteomics (2015)