The Power List 2016
Marcell began his involvement with disease research during his doctoral studies on breast cancer, including work on claudin tight junction proteins, a simplified prognostic gene expression profile, and the study of paired primary tumors and metastases. After receiving both an MD and a PhD from Hungary’s Semmelweis University, he went on to become a pathologist. He currently conducts research on melanoma in the Division of Oncology and Pathology at Lund University in Sweden.
“He is devoted to research and to being one of those who can change the world,” said one nominator. “He is extremely bright, creative, and full of ideas.” With 62 peer-reviewed articles and skills that range from project planning to statistical analysis, the benefits Marcell brings to pathology research are many.