A warm welcome to our newest postdoctoral researcher Ziad Mahmoud who will be doing some exciting research on chemical evolution of polymeric systems.
MP 342 – Samyukta Sah: Ovarian Cancer Metabolomics: Targeted Microchip Capillary Electrophoresis-Mass Spectrometry to Track Disease Progression
MP 365 – Alex Van Grouw: Non-Targeted Metabolomics Identification of Predictive Potency Markers in MSCs
MP 371 – Ying Liu: Metabolic Phenotypes Predict Immunodulatory Potential for Mesenchymal Stromal Cells
TP 181 – Dmitry Leontyev: Lipidome Alterations in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Mapped via FTICR Mass Spectrometry Imaging
TP 500 – Joseph Corstvet: Towards Single-Cell Shotgun Lipidomics for Monitoring Mesenchymal Stromal Cell Senescence
WOF 08:30 AM – David Gaul: How Training Alters the Rat Liver Lipidome Profile in Response to Exercise
WP 083 – Olatomiwa Bifarin: Ovarian Cancer Lipidome Dynamics in a Dicer-Pten Double-Knockout Mouse Model
WP 284 – Xin Ma: Spatially Resolved Lipidomic Profiling of Ovarian Cancer Using Ultrahigh Resolution Mass Spectrometry Imaging
WP 311 – Markace Rainey: CCS Predictor 2.0: An Open-Source Tool for Filtering Out False Positives in Metabolomics
WP 372 – Carter Asef: Ion Mobility for Unknown Metabolite Identification: Hope or Hype?
ThP 002 – Daniel Vallejo: Native Protein Structures and Stabilities Measured at Nanomolar and Picoliter Quantities using Triboelectric Nanogenerator Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry
Carter Asef received the Dave Atkinson Student Travel Award to attend the 2022 International Society for Ion Mobility Spectrometry conference in Memphis, Tennessee. His abstract titled “Ion Mobility for Unknown Metabolite Identification: Hope or Hype?” will be presented, discussing current challenges and limitations of leveraging ion mobility data to aid in traditional metabolomics studies.
This work by Samyukta Sah and Xin Ma titled “Space- and Time-Resolved Metabolomics of a High-Grade Serous Ovarian Cancer Mouse Model” in Cancers follows the first 10-month time-resolved serum metabolic profile of a triple mutant (TKO) HGSC mouse model, along with the spatial lipidome profile of its entire reproductive system. Check it out using the link below:
This award will support Daniel’s international training at the University of Bordeaux and allow him to attend their international conference in support of his research for the analysis of proteins in cultural heritage objects.
Congrats to his successful candidacy exam on his work research mild traumatic brain injuries.
Bifarin won this inaugural award from Georgia Tech’s SoCB for his lightning talk on “Lipidome Dynamics DKO” for his ovarian cancer research using machine learning. Congrats Bifarin!
This award will support Daniel’s travel to the Gordon Research Conference in Switzerland later this year.
Bifarin won best talk from the College of Sciences and Daniel won best lighting talk overall. They will both receive travel awards to go to conferences of their choice and continue to present their exciting work.
He will use his award to visit Dr Richard Drake’s lab at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC to perform glycan mass spectrometry imaging experiments for ovarian cancer studies.
Read the official announcement here: