Christopher Rose is a Scientist at Genentech where his lab develops and applies quantitative technologies to study proteomes in conjunction with research and early development. Chris received his PhD in Analytical Chemistry from University of Wisconsin – Madison in the lab of Joshua Coon and performed post-doctoral research at Harvard Medical School in the lab of Steven Gygi. At Genentech, the Rose lab has a special interest in developing new approaches to analyze low-level proteomes, including the proteomes of single cells. Single cell research within the Rose lab currently focuses on determining the quantitative limits of popular single cell proteomics experimental designs and proposing new ways of performing these analyses. In particular, Chris’s group is extending the TOMAHAQ method developed in his postdoc to increase the number of proteins quantified within single cell proteomics experiments.