Imperial College London

ProfessorZoltanTakats

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Metabolism, Digestion and Reproduction

Professor of Analytical Chemistry
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 2760z.takats

 
 
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Location

 

Sir Alexander Fleming BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Professor Takats has obtained his PhD from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary. He has worked as a post-doctoral research associate at Purdue University, Indiana, USA. After returning to Hungary, he served as Director of Cell Screen Research Centre and also as Head of Newborn Screening and Metabolic Diagnostic Laboratory at Semmelweis University, Budapest.

Professor Takats was awarded the Starting Grant by the European Research Council in 2008 and he subsequently, became a Junior Research Group Leader at Justus Liebig University, Gießen, Germany.  He moved to the United Kingdom in 2012 and currently works as a Professor of Analytical Chemistry at Imperial College London.

Professor Takats has pursued pioneering research in mass spectrometry and he is one of the founders of the field of ‘Ambient Mass Spectrometry’. He is the primary inventor of six mass spectrometric ionization techniques and author of 78 peer reviewed publications. He was the recipient of the prestigious Mattauch-Herzog Award of the German Mass Spectrometry Society and the Hungarian Star Award for Outstanding Innovators. He is the founder of Prosolia Inc, Medimass Ltd and Massprom Ltd, all companies pursuing analytical and medical device development. 

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Publications

Journals

Abdelaziz MEMK, Zhao J, Gil Rosa B, et al., 2024, Fiberbots: Robotic fibers for high-precision minimally invasive surgery, Science Advances, Vol:10, ISSN:2375-2548

Manoli E, Higginson J, Tolley N, et al., 2024, Human robotic surgery with intraoperative tissue identification using rapid evaporation ionisation mass spectrometry, Scientific Reports, Vol:14, ISSN:2045-2322

Kreuzaler P, Inglese P, Ghanate A, et al., 2023, Vitamin B5 supports MYC oncogenic metabolism and tumor progression in breast cancer., Nat Metab, Vol:5, Pages:1870-1886

Kowalka AM, Alexiadou K, Cuenco J, et al., 2023, The postprandial secretion of peptide YY<sub>1-36</sub> and <sub>3-36</sub> in obesity is differentially increased after gastric bypass versus sleeve gastrectomy, Clinical Endocrinology, Vol:99, ISSN:0300-0664, Pages:272-284

Voorde JV, Steven RT, Najumudeen AK, et al., 2023, Metabolic profiling stratifies colorectal cancer and reveals adenosylhomocysteinase as a therapeutic target, Nature Metabolism, Vol:5, Pages:1303-+

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