We are the newest bioanalytical chemistry group in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Minnesota. Our research is aimed at developing native mass spectrometry, ion mobility-mass spectrometry, and charge detection mass spectrometry techniques for the structural analysis of proteins, nucleic acids, and their complexes. Projects span a range of interests including biomolecular structure, neurodegenerative disease, and bioanalytical method development. Learn about our active research areas below, or navigate to the Publications tab.
Native Mass Spectrometry | Ion Mobility | Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry | Electrospray Ionization | Charge Detection Mass Spectrometry | Gas Phase Structural Stability | Surface Induced Dissociation | Gas Phase Unfolding