Cece earned a B.S degree in Biochemistry and Molecular biology at State University of New York at Albany. In her undergraduate research with Dr. Paul Agris, she studied mechanisms of the human toxicity of aminoglycoside antibiotics by studying the drug molecule binding to human and baterial RNAs. She also developed RNA aptamers that may be used as an early detection tool for Alzheimer’s disease. Since joined the Bush group in 2016, she is interested in native MS, ion mobility and collision-induced unfolding of native proteins and protein complexes.
- Hui Wang, Hui Shi, Malini Rajan,Elizabeth R. Canarie, Seoyeon Hong, Daniele Simoneschi, Michele Pagano, Matthew F. Bush, Stefan Stoll, Elizabeth A. Leibold
Ning Zheng. “FBXL5 Regulates IRP2 Stability in Iron Homeostasis via an Oxygen-Responsive [2Fe2S] Cluster” Mol Cell. (2020) 78(1):31-41.e5. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molcel.2020.02.011
- Seoyeon Hong, Matthew F. Bush. “Collision-Induced Unfolding Is Sensitive to the Polarity of Proteins and Protein Complexes” J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom. (2019) 30: 2430. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13361-019-02326-z
- Seoyeon (Cece) Hong, Kimberly Harris, Kathryn Fanning, Kathryn Sarachan, Kyla Frohlich and Paul F. Agris. “Evidence That Antibiotics Bind to Human Mitochondrial Ribosomal RNA Has Implications for Aminoglycoside Toxicity” J Biol Chem. (2015) 31;290(31):19273-86. https://doi.org/10.1074/jbc.M115.655092.
- Poster Presentation: “Collision-Induced Unfolding and Dissociation Reveal the Location of Ni(II) Bidning in the Dimer of the Alpha-Crystallin Domain of HSPB5” 66th Annual ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry. San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA, 6/3/2018-6/7/2018.
- Poster Presentation: “Collision-Induced Unfolding and Dissociation Reveal the Location of Ni(II) Bidning in the Dimer of the Alpha-Crystallin Domain of HSPB5” 49th Annual Society of Western Analytical Professors (SWAP), Seattle, WA 01/26/18-01/27/18