It administers the programs leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a major in Aerospace Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a major in Mechanical Engineering. Both curricula are based on four-year programs of preparation for productive engineering careers or further academic training. Mission The mission of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department is to educate and prepare students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels for leadership roles in the fields of Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering and to conduct research for the benefit of society. The undergraduate program emphasizes fundamental engineering science, analysis and experiments to insure that graduates will be strong contributors in their work environment, be prepared for advanced study at top graduate schools and be proficient lifelong learners.
The research at the University of Turku was focused on discovery of serum protein markers that predict children who will develop type-1 diabetes prior to appearance of autoantibodies as well as cardiovascular disease in young Finns. More details of the FiDiPro projects are available here. From he was Professor of Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Washington where he was also Director of the School of Pharmacy mass spectrometry facility.
His research includes hypothesis generating, discovery based efforts in protein and lipid A structure-function relationships in infectious organisms, proteomics technology development and informatics. After postdoctoral work with Richard D. Smith at Pacific Northwest National Laboratoryhe spent five years in the pharmaceutical industry and prior to that received his Ph.
Armstrong deceased at North Carolina State University. This training in structure-function relationships led to an eventual interest in the same concept for lipid A as it pertains to human health that he has investigated using mass spectrometry.
His current efforts are supported by several burgeoning technology projects in mass spectrometry and microfluidics, as well as software development to support structure analysis and —omic pipelines.
Professor Aung is a clinician scientist, with clinical practice focusing on glaucoma and research interests in angle closure glaucoma and glaucoma genetics. This page provides a searchable database of culminating projects (theses, dissertations, practicums and projects) completed by students receiving graduate degrees from our department. Using cutting-edge single-molecule fluorescence tools, we investigate how small RNA mediates gene silencing (RNA interference) and anti-viral defense (CRISPR immunity and DNA interference).
The discovery based science projects within the laboratory are used to generate hypotheses complementary to those generated by literature review in support of our medical and biological collaborators. In general, we take an indolent driven approach to experimentation that seeks parsimony in data acquisition and interpretation.
Additionally, the structure-function relationships of lipid A as it pertains to human health have been investigated by my laboratory using mass spectrometry.
All of these efforts are supported by several burgeoning technology projects in mass spectrometry and microfluidics, as well as software development to support structure analysis and —omic pipelines.Master Thesis Project in Proteomics, Computational mass spectrometry and Immunology We are looking for 2 highly motivated and focussed MSc students with skills in bioinformatics for immunopeptidome analysis, who will: 1) automate a computational workflow for the analysis of immunopeptidomic SWATH MS data.
PhD Candidate, Ben Paylor (Rossi Lab) Animated Videos Are Recognized in International Competition. February 21, Dr. Ben Paylor was a fourth-year PhD candidate in Dr.
Fabio Rossi’s lab (Biomedical Research Centre) at the time. This page provides a searchable database of culminating projects (theses, dissertations, practicums and projects) completed by students receiving graduate degrees from our department.
Pauling Biotech Symposium Speakers MIT Faculty Club, Cambridge, MA, USA Click here to register This is a preliminary list of speakers from Pharmaceutical Companies. Sakina Bounaga, PhD Partner European Patent Attorney. Sakina Bounaga holds a PhD in Bioorganic Chemistry from the University of Huddersfield, UK.
She has a Master of Advanced Studies in Chemistry of Biomolecules from the University of Montpellier, France, and holds a Master in Plant Chemistry and Biology from the University of Perpignan, France.
My dissertation project investigates the tumor suppressor functions of the low-density lipoprotein receptor-related protein 1B (LRP1B) in glioblastoma using modern proteomics, sequencing and molecular biology methods.