Kimberly Davidson

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Contact: kimdav89@uw.edu

Bio

  • Kimberly Davidson graduated from the University of Oregon in 2012 with a BS in Chemistry. She studied the molecular dynamics of diubiquitin during her undergraduate research with the Guenza group. In the Bush group, Kimberly has studied how droplet sizes and electrospray currents affect nonspecific aggregation of molecules as they are transferred into the gas phase (see Papers). She has also modeled ion emission from electrospray droplets to determine the identity of charge carriers consistent with experimental results. Currently, Kimberly is studying how different drift gases affect the elution orders and collision cross sections of small ions in a radio-frequency confining drift cell.

Awards

  • 2012 Richard M. Noyes Physical Chemistry Achievement Award
  • 2015-2016 Graduate Student Merit Fellowship

Papers

  • “Effects of Drift Gas Selection on the Ambient-Temperature, Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Amino Acids.” Kimberly L. Davidson, Matthew F. Bush. Analytical Chemistry. 2016. Submitted.
  • “Nonspecific Aggregation in Native Electrokinetic Nanoelectrospray Ionization.” Kimberly L. Davidson, Derek R. Oberreit, Christopher J. Hogan Jr., Matthew F. Bush. International Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 2016 DOI: 10.1016/j.ijms.2016.09.013. (Link)

Oral Presentations

  • Kimberly L. Davidson, Matthew F. Bush. “Separations of Amino Acids using Low Pressures of Different Gases at Ambient Temperatures.” Cascadia Proteomics – Seattle, WA. 07/12/16
  • Kimberly L. Davidson, Matthew F. Bush. “Amino Acids Separation using Different Drift Gases in a Radio-Frequency Confining Drift Cell.” ASMS 64th Annual Conference – San Antonio, TX. 06/06/2016
  • Kimberly L. Davidson, Matthew F. Bush. “The Effect of Different Ion Mobility Drift Gases on Selectivity.” Ion Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry Conference at Lake Arrowhead. 01/17/2016
  • Kimberly L. Davidson, Derek R. Oberreit, Christopher J. Hogan, Matthew F. Bush. “Droplet Sizes, Electrospray Currents, and Nonspecific Aggregation in Electrokinetically Controlled Native Nanoelectrospray Ionization.” ASMS 62nd Annual Conference – Baltimore, MD. 06/19/2014
  • Kimberly L. Davidson, Derek R. Oberreit, Christopher J. Hogan, Matthew F. Bush. “Droplet Sizes, Electrospray Currents, and Nonspecific Aggregation in Electrokinetically Controlled Native Nanoelectrospray Ionization.” 248th ACS National Meeting – San Francisco, CA. 08/10/2014

Poster Presentations

  • Kimberly L. Davidson, Matthew F. Bush. “Effects of drift gas selection on the ambient-temperature, ion-mobility mass spectrometry analysis of amino acids” PACMASS 2016 Member’s Night Social and Poster Session. 11/07/16
  • Kimberly L. Davidson, Matthew F. Bush. “Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry of Amino Acids: Effects of Different Drift Gases in an RF-Confining Drift Tube” PACMASS 2015 Member’s Night Social and Poster Session. 11/04/15
  • Myungjin Cha, Kimberly L. Davidson, Samuel J. Allen, Matthew F. Bush. “Charge States of Native-Like Protein and Protein Complex Ions Produced by Electrospray Ionization” PACMASS 2014 Members’ Night Social and Poster Session. 11/19/2014

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