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Albert Arul

Research Assistant Professor

Dr. Albert B. Arul studied Biochemistry at the University of Madras (India), where he received his Masters and Ph.D. degrees in 2002 and 2009, respectively. He worked at Vimta Laboratories Ltd. for one year in Hyderabad, India, as a Scientist B at a preclinical drug discovery group and then moved to the college of Applied Medical Sciences at King Saud University in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (2010− 2012). Albert later moved to South Korea where he worked as a Research Assistant Professor on automated sample preparation for biomarker discovery using proteomics from 2012 to 2016 at Gachon University and Seoul National University. After completing postdoctoral training in South Korea, he moved to George Washington University, Washington, DC, as a Postdoctoral scientist to work on identification of MoA of drug molecules using quantitative proteomics. Currently, he is working as a Research Assistant Professor in RASR Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, Vanderbilt University. His current research focuses on developing sample multiplexing strategies and automation schemes of sample preparation for quantitative proteomics in aging and disease.