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.
Below are the exciting research topics our group hopes to share with our collaborators and colleagues at ASMS 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. Kristine Parson (MOC 10:10am) – Cytochrome P450s Captured within Lipid Nanodiscs Reveal Ligand-dependent Shifts in Gas-phase Stability Daniel Vallejo (MOD 4:10pm) – Collision Induced Unfolding Enables the Rapid […]
Congrats to Dan Polasky for a successful dissertation defense, and we wish him the best in all his future endeavors
We would like to give a warm welcome to our newest members Chae Kyung Jeon and Brock Juliano!
The Ruotolo and Håkansson groups were invited to Agilent headquarters in Santa Clara, California to discuss the exciting research and collaboration in developing the Agilent 6560 platform
On 24th December, 2018 Suggie gave a presentation “Pursuing STEM education in USA” to 10th graders at Future Stars High School in Lalitpur, Nepal. Future Stars High School was his first school where he studied from kindergarten to grade 10. During this presentation, Suggie talked about his path from Nepal […]
We’re happy to announce the release of CIUSuite 2, new and improved software for analyzing collision induced unfolding (CIU) data. CIUSuite 2 can be downloaded from our software page. Check out our recent publication in Analytical Chemistry for details (https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.analchem.8b05762).
The Ruotolo group celebrates a great year of research and collaboration with food, drinks, and great company. Thank you Brandon!
From us to yours. We wish our many colleagues and peers a happy and safe holiday season, and we look forward to another exciting year of research and collaboration!