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Hello! I have recently moved to from the University of California Los Angeles to University of Colorado Anschuts Medical Campus to set up a new laboratory on computational and experimental proteomics.

The new focus of the laboratory in beautiful Colorado will be to develop mass spectrometry methods to examine dynamic proteomics parameters in human diseases. You can see all the empty spaces in the lab. We are working hard to fill up the lab space.

I would like to welcome our first lab member Cody Thomas. Cody came to us from the University of Colorado Boulders where he received his bachelor in Chemical Engineering and worked as a Research Assistant in the Anseth lab. He will be working with me to examine the effects of oxidative stress on the cardiac proteome.

While we are busy setting up the laboratory, we are looking to expand our team. We currently have an open position for a Postdoctoral Scholar and a Research Assistant who is interested in training in mass spectrometry and proteomics. Check out the full job posting description on the “Join Us” webpage.