I am a second year graduate student in the lab of Kevin Schey, PhD in the department of Biochemistry and the Vanderbilt University Mass Spectrometry Resource Center.
My primary research focus is the analysis of eye lens via the use of proteomic mass spectrometry. Additionally, I use basic biochemical and molecular biology techniques – immunoblotting, immunohistochemistry, heterologous protein expression and characterization, etcetera – to support proteomic analyses.
Briefly, my current research aims are as follows:
Additionally, the former aim will be informed by in vitro studies of these proteins via heterologous expression in cell lines (e.g. CHO cells).
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