The Bush Lab and collaborators will present the following talks and posters at American Society for Mass Spectrometry Annual Conference in Baltimore, MD (June 15-19):
- Determining Masses, Separating Mixtures, and Probing Structures of Native-Like Ions Using Selected Cation to Anion Proton Transfer (SCAPT) Reactions. Laszlo, K. J.; Bush, M. F. (MOD 9:30-9:50)
- Supercharging of Native Protein Complexes: Effects of Polarity and Evidence for Multiple Mechanisms. Allen, S. J.; Stachl, C. N.; Bush, M. F. (MOC 3:30-3:50)
- Supercharging of Native-Like Proteins and Protein Complexes: Effects of m-Nitrobenzyl Alcohol versus Sulfolane. Stachl, C. N.; Allen, S. J.; Bush, M. F. (WP669)
- Probing Protein-Protein and Protein-DNA Interactions by Native Mass Spectrometry and Global Hydrogen Deuterium Exchange using Surface Acoustic Wave Nebulization (SAWN). Monkkonen, L.; Heron, S.; Bush, M. F.; Catalano, C. E.; Goodlett, D. R. (ThP93)
- Additional Models of a Mammalian Cryptochrome – E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Complex Restrained by Results from Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry. Marionni, S. T.; Xing, W.; Zheng, N.; Bush, M. F. (ThP470)
- Droplet sizes, electrospray currents, and nonspecific aggregation in electrokinetically controlled native nanoelectrospray ionization. Davidson, K. L.; Oberreit, D. R.; Hogan, C. J.; Bush, M. F. (ThOC 4:10-4:30)
Matt Bush and Erin Baker (PNNL) are also organizing the “Applying Ion Mobility to Biological Problems Workshop”, which is organized by the Ion Mobility MS Interest Group. The workshop will be held on Monday from 5:45-7:00 pm in Rooms 314-317. Click here for more details.
We look forward to seeing everyone in Baltimore!
Sam Allen will present the following poster and talk at the US HUPO 10th Annual Conference: Frontiers in Proteomics which takes place at The Westin Seattle Hotel in Seattle, WA from April 6-9, 2014.
- Manipulating the Charge States of Native-Like Proteins and Protein Complexes: Charge Reduction, Supercharging, and Insights into Electrospray Mechanisms Samuel J. Allen, Alicia M. Schwartz, Christiane N. Stachl, Matthew F. Bush (Poster #082, Lightning Talk April 8 2:25 pm)
Congratulations to Tracy Stanzel, who just passed her second-year exam!
The Daily of the University Washington reported on Matt Bush’s recent award. MFB thanks The Daily, Esther Yun, and Nap Poshyananda for reporting on his award.
- Article in The Daily (Link)
Congratulations to Sam Allen, who just received a Graduate Fellowship from the American Chemical Society Division of Analytical Chemistry! This award is sponsored by Agilent Technologies.
Congratulations to Ken Laszlo, who just passed his second-year exam!
The Sloan Research Fellowships seek to stimulate fundamental research by early-career scientists and scholars of outstanding promise. These two-year fellowships are awarded yearly to 126 researchers in recognition of distinguished performance and a unique potential to make substantial contributions to their field. (Description from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation)
- New York Times announcement (PDF)
- Sloan Foundation Press Release (PDF)
- UW Announcement (Link)
- The Daily Article (Link)
Prof. Bush’s recent visit to Mercer University was featured in the New & Views section of the Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry. Prof. Bush thanks the American Society for Mass Spectrometry for sponsoring his visit.
The Bush Lab welcomes Myung Cha! Click here to learn more about Myung.