The Ruotolo group presented several posters at the Chemistry departments annual Karle Symposium at the University of Michigan. We congratulate Daniel Polasky and Sugyan Dixit for winning two of the five travelling awards given to graduate students in the analytical cluster. We also wish to thank the Karle Symposium Committee, […]
Below are the exciting research topics presented at ASMS from our group. Yuwei Tian – ThOD: Novel Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry Method for Biopharmaceutical Characterization at High Concentrations Daniel A. Polasky – TOB: CIUSuite 2: Next-Generation Software for the Analysis of Gas-Phase Protein Unfolding Data Sugyan Dixit – ThOH: Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry and […]
Congrats Yuwei for a successful dissertation defense!
It’s official! The Umich Regents approved the promotion for Brandon to Professor of Chemistry. Congratulations to Brandon for this wonderful milestone as it recognizes his considerable research contributions to the field of mass spectrometry and structural biology, his service as both a mentor and teacher, and his many contributions within […]
Agilent presents Agilent Thought Leader Award to Brandon and Kicki for their research in understanding the structure and function of proteins and protein complexes by using mass spectrometry techniques. Congratulations! Read the news here.
Congratulations to Brandon Ruotolo for receiving the Protein Society Young Investigator Award! This award recognizes a scientist in the first 8 years of an independent career who has made an important contribution to the study of proteins. Click here to read more on Protein Society Awards.
Our efforts of studying large protein complexes using top-down approach was featured in Michigan news. Click here to read the full story.
Eschweiler et al recently published the work on deriving the structural model of the Urease activation complex, comprised of 18 subunits, using data from ion mobility mass spectrometry and integrative modeling. One of the lab members and co-author in the paper, Sugyan, loved the coarse representation of such huge protein […]
From July 28th to August 1st, The University of Michigan Department of Chemistry played host to a new scientific conference that seeks to bridge the growing needs of the biopharmaceutical industry with the an emerging area of academic research focused on an area of research known as ‘gas-phase structural biology’. […]