Leiden University logo.

nl en

Martin Giera

Assistant Professor at the Metabolomics group, LUMC, The Nederlands


Martin Giera studied pharmacy in Heidelberg and Munich. He is currently the head of the Metabolomics group at the Center for Proteomics and Metabolomics at the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC). He holds a PhD in Pharmaceutical Chemistry obtained from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich (Germany) under the supervision of Prof. Franz Bracher. With a postdoctoral fellowship, he joined the group of Prof. Hubertus Irth at the VU University Amsterdam where he later became Assistant Professor and head of the Bioanalysis group. Following a research stay in the laboratory of Prof. Charles Serhan at Harvard Medical School, he moved to the LUMC where he today heads the Metabolomics group. His main interests lie in clinical and fundamental disease-related research, using metabolomics-based approaches and notably lipidomics.

This website uses cookies.