The Power List 2014
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Michigan, MI, USA.
Calling: “I’ve been in love with analytical chemistry since my 7th class in Earth Science. I got my first taste of spectrophotometry (rock samples from a field trip) and was hooked!”
Emphasis: “My group is developing gas-phase measurement strategies to resolve long-term challenges in high-throughput structural biology and drug discovery.”
Triumph: “Our work with collision induced unfolding, which is enabling rapid acquisition of biotheraputic structure and protein-ligand binding information from mixtures.”
Hopes: “I hope to see the emergence of new generalized protocols, software, and instruments that place the power of gas-phase structural biology in the hands of structural biologists and pharmaceutical chemists.”