Check out this article from C&EN on the growth of available IM-MS instrumentation, and the ever-growing role they plays in small molecule & protein discovery. It features an interview with Brandon, as well as many other leaders in the field!
Many exciting talks from the IMS Great Minds Summit 2020 are now available online. Register yourself here to get access to the webcast featuring IM-themed presentations – from tutorials to keynote – by research leaders in the field. Brandon’s talk highlights some CIU work from our lab. This is a […]
Congrats to Daniel for winning two departmental awards! He received the Robert & Carolyn Buzzard Graduate Chemistry Student Leadership Award and the George Ashworth Analytical Chemistry Fellowship.
We are greatly excited by the arrival of the Select Series Cyclic IMS system at the University of Michigan. One of a select few in the United States, we look forward to sharing the exciting results we generate in the coming months. Special thanks to Tom, Alan, Steve, and the […]
From us to yours. We wish our many colleagues,friends, and families a happy and safe holiday season. We look forward to another exciting year of research and collaboration!
Breakfast with the Ruotolo group and friends celebrating a great year of research and collaboration with food, drinks, and great company. Thank you Brandon!
The Ruotolo group presented 7 talks from its various members at the Association of Analytical Chemists (ANACHEM) 2019 symposium. We thank the ANACHEM and the Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS) committees for organizing this one day event that provides graduate students the opportunity to present their research in a welcoming […]
Congrats to Sugyan Dixit for a successful dissertation defense, and we wish him the best in all his future endeavors!
Congrats to Kristine Parson and Daniel Vallejo for winning travel awards recently at the Chemistry Departments annual Karle Symposium with their posters!
It was an exciting and action packed week of sharing our research at AMS 2019! We sincerely thank our colleague’s at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst for being excellent host’s throughout the week.