题 目：Novel Strategies in Top-down Proteomics：
Enabled by Ultra-high Resolution Mass Spectrometry and Nanotechnology
报告人：Ying Ge, Associate Professor
时 间：2018年6月27日（上午9:00~ ）
Dr. Ying Ge received a B.S. from Peking University in 1997 and a Ph.D. from Cornell University in 2002. After graduate school, Dr. Ge first served as a scientist at Wyeth Research (now Pfizer) and then as a group leader in PPD. In 2006, Dr. Ge joined UW-Madison as the founding Director of Mass Spectrometry in Human Proteomics Program. In 2012, Dr. Ge started her tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the Department of Cell and Regenerative Biology and Department of Chemistry. She is currently an Associate Professor at UW-Madison. Dr. Ge’s research is highly interdisciplinary that cuts across the traditional boundaries of chemistry, biology, and medicine. She has made important contributions to cardiac proteomics and systems biology. Her work has resulted in 96 peer-reviewed publications in high impact journals such as PNAS, Cell Stem Cell, MCP, and JACS. She was awarded a Scientist Development Grant by American Heart Association, three NIH R01 grants, and a high-end instrument grant.