A warm welcome to our newest undergraduate researcher Martha Broadnax who will be doing some exciting research on computational collision cross section predictions.
Thanks for all the great memories in Philadelphia ASMS. See you in 2022!
Catch these great talks and presentations with work from our group this year at ASMS 2021!
Alexandria Van Grouw (WP-236) – Quantitative Metabolite Analysis Using IM-MS for Evaluation of MSC Potency
Tong Shen (ThP-217) – Differential Oxidized Complex Lipids in Bio-specimen by LC-DDA-MS/MS and Iterative MS/MS
Brianna M. Garcia (ThP-223) – Effect of UDP-glucuronosyltransferase (UGT) mutations on the untargeted metabolome and exogenous xenobiotic detoxification capabilities of Caenorhabditis elegans
Carter K. Asef (WOC-3:30PM) – Annotation of Unknowns in Metabolomics: A Comprehensive Workflow Leveraging Machine Learning and In Silico Ion Mobility Collision Cross Sections Predictions
Dmitry Leontyev (FP-306) – Probing the Molecular Basis of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury using Desorption Electrospray Ionization Cyclic Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry Imaging
Dmitry Leontyev (WP-105) – Ultrahigh Resolution Imaging Mass Spectrometry Unveils Lipidome Alterations in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Charles R. Evans (TOE-8:30AM) – The NIH Metabolomics Consortium Unknown Lipids Project: An Inter-laboratory Study of the ‘Dark Matter’ of Untargeted Lipidomics Data
David Gaul (TP-221) – Training of Rats Alters Lipidomic Profiles of Plasma and Eight Tissues
Markace Rainey (TP 240) – CCS Predictor 2.0: An Open Source Tool for Filtering Out False Positives in Metabolomics
Samyukta Sah (ThP-229) – Time-Resolved Metabolomics of High-Grade Serous Ovarian Cancer in a Mouse Model
Xin Ma (ThP-140) – Ultrahigh Resolution Imaging Mass Spectrometry Reveals Lipidome Alterations in Early-stage Ovarian Cancer
Stephen C. Zambrzycki (MP-045) – Machine Learning Approaches to Identify Pathogens using SPME-DART MS
A warm welcome to our newest graduate student Joe Corstvet who has joined the group developing imaging mass spectrometry methods for single cell analysis
A warm welcome to our newest postdoc Olatomiwa “Bif” Bifarin who will be developing machine learning algorithms for the analysis of information rich metabolomic datasets.
A warm welcome to our newest masters student Kaira who will be developing improved matrix coating for imaging mass spectrometry and improve our understanding of its reproducibility and variance.
The Fernandez group is updating their website! We appreciate your patience as we transfer over materials from our old site, and stay tuned for new exciting content
A warm welcome to our newest postdoc Daniel who will be developing TENG-IM-MS methods for cultural heritage research.
A warm welcome to our newest graduate student Emily who will be developing metabolomic screening methodologies.
A warm welcome to our newest postdoc Xin who will be developing imaging mass spectrometry methods for ovarian cancer screening