ICR Advisory Sub-Committee

* Member of Users Executive Committee

  • Jack Beauchamp
  • Jack Beauchamp
    California Institute of Technology
    Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
    Noyes Laboratory 127-72
    1200 East California Blvd.
    Pasadena, CA 91125
    Phone: 626-395-6525
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    Research Interests: Research mainly focuses on the development of new instruments and methods for studying the structure and reactivity of biological molecules in the gas phase and at interfaces. In collaboration with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory we are interested in astrochemistry and astrobiology, with a focus on the origin of life.
    Term: 1/2019-12/2021

  • Rene Boiteau
  • Rene Boiteau
    Oregon State University
    College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences
    104 CEOAS Administration Building
    101 SW 26th St.
    Corvallis, OR 97331
    Phone: 509-371-673 x1488
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    Research Interests: Interests: Mechanisms of trace metal regulation and uptake in biological and environmental systems. Dr. Boiteau's work focuses on developing high resolution mass spectrometry based approaches to study the identity, sources, and impact of metal-organic species on elemental cycling.
    Term: 1/2019-12/2021

  • Michael L. Easterling
  • Michael L. Easterling
    Commercial Product Manager FTMS
    Bruker Corporation
    40 Manning Road
    Billerica, MA 01821-3915
    Phone: 978-667-9580 x1488
    Cell: 978-873-0949
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    Research Interests: Development and applications for Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry.
    Term: 1/2017-12/2019

  • Ying Ge
  • Ying Ge
    Department of Cell and Regenerative Biology, Department of Chemistry
    University of Wisconsin
    1111 Highland Ave, Room 8551
    Madison, WI 53705
    Phone: 608-265-4744
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    Research Interest: Trans-disciplinary that cuts across the traditional boundaries of chemistry, biology, and medicine. We aim to develop and apply cutting-edge ultra high-resolution mass spectrometry (MS)-based top-down comparative proteomics and metabolomics technologies for systems biology combined with functional studies to gain a better understanding of the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying cardiovascular diseases.
    Term: 1/2018-12/2020

  • Kristina Hakansson
  • Kristina Hakansson
    Chemistry Department
    University of Michigan
    930 North University Ave.
    Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1055
    Phone: 734-615-0570
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    Research Interest: Analytical Chemistry and Chemical Biology with a focus on biomolecular FT-ICR and Orbitrap mass spectrometry. The Hakansson laboratory is particularly interested in novel electron- and photon-based tandem mass spectrometry approaches and their applications to carbohydrate structural determination and functional studies of natural product biosynthetic enzymes.
    Term: 1/2018-12/2020

  • Ljiljana Paša-Tolić
  • Ljiljana Paša-Tolić*
    Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory
    Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
    902 Battelle Boulevard
    Richland, WA, USA
    Phone: 509-371-6585
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    Research Interests: Developing top-down proteomic strategies and identification and quantitation of proteins in intact state, designing and building breakthrough instrumentation and novel strategies for proteomics, and applying these techniques in a variety of relevant areas. Her research centers on developing sophisticated analytical methods with emphasis on Fourier transform mass spectrometry (FTMS) and micro-separations, as well as the application of these techniques to accurately quantify changes in protein abundance, identity, and activity during cell development or in response to stimuli.
    Term: 1/2017-12/2019


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Last modified on 10 December 2018