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Spending Time with an Emerging Leader in Cancer Proteomics

Posted by on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 in archives, Uncategorized.

Dr. Amanda Hummon, from the University of Notre Dame, visited with students in the department on April 3rd as part of a Captivating Conversations in Chemistry luncheon co-sponsored by NOBCChE and WCC (Women Chemists Committee). Her research focuses on understanding the proteome and transcriptome of cancer cells. She also gave a talk titled “Imaging Mass Spectrometry of 3D Cell Cultures” that evening at the April meeting of the SACP (Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh).