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Quantitative Proteomics and Metabolomics Center
New Personnel
Shujuan Tao, Ph.D.,
Postdoctoral Research Scientist has joined the Center as a key member of our team. Dr. Tao is an accomplished mass spectrometrist with 6 years of intensive training in biological mass spectrometry and sample preparation/enrichment at the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center, University of Georgia, Athens.  She plays an important role in performing mass spectrometry, sample preparation, data analysis, interpretation and coauthoring publications

Scientific Partner
We have partnered with the Columbia NYSTEM Chemical Probe Synthesis (CPS) Facility on the Morningside campus of Columbia University. The CPS facility designs and synthesizes small molecule probes and develops conjugation chemistry for attachment of molecules to surfaces.  The close collaboration between the CPS and the QPC has resulted in a highly productive platform for systematic detection of protein targets of small molecules. Quantitative protein target detection in these affinity experiments employs all-ion fragmentation, ion-mobility spectrometry and the use of massively parallel computational and data mining resources to provide a powerful innovative platform. This coordinated capability for discovery of protein targets of molecules in affinity experiments is available to interested researchers.  Please contact the QPC or CPS for further information.
New Grant Support from NYSTEM

We greatly appreciate a grant from The Empire State Stem Cell Board (NYSTEM), State of New York Department of Health for Shared Facilities for Stem Cell Research in support of our work.