Bailey Bowser and Nadjali Chung Receive ASMS Funding to attend 68th ASMS Conference
Bailey Bowser and Nadjali Chung received support from a student stipend program sponsored by the American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS). Awarded to a maximum of two students per research group, this program supports students at the annual conference. Bailey and Nadjali will be presenting their research at the 68th ASMS Conference this year in Houston, TX. Their respective posters are titled Development of a Novel cPILOT Tag to Achieve Higher Order Multiplexing in Proteomic Studies and Understanding the Role of Zinc Finger 816 in Immune Response Using Quantitative Proteomics.