de facto Editor in Chief
Ben Orsburn is best known for saying more words about mass spectrometry per day than any living person.
Head Editor, DIA Methods
Ben's research at the NIST Marine Biochemical Sciences Group is centered on generating standardized proteomic data across non-model species.
Head Editor, Subcellular Proteomics Characterization
The Gundry Lab at the Medical Science of Wisconsin is developing novel -omics technologies to explore cardiac tissue and stem cells.
Head Editor, Translational Proteomics
The Qu Lab at SUNY Buffalo uses mass spectrometry to support both primary medical research and direct application to pharmaceutical analysis.
Bioanalytic Characterization and Validation
Need a new method developed or validated for clinical or industrial applications? Aimee has done this in the industrial sector for the world's biggest companies, but has returned home as a Senior Scientist at AIT Biosciences and as a longest tenured contributor to this project.
Editor for Peptide Identification Methods
Avantika is Assistant Director of the NYU Langone’s Proteomics Laboratory with extensive experience in proteomics characterization from both top-down and bottom-up approaches.
Editor for Lipidomics Methods
Senior Research Scientist
Lipidomics and Mass Spectrometry at BCAL Diagnostics Pty, Ltd
Head Editor, Middle Down Proteomics Methods
Kristina is a leader in the emerging field of middle-down proteomics and brings these methods here from her work at NorthWestern University.
Head Editor for Isobaric Proteomics Methods
Simion Kreimer is the resident proteomics grandmaster at the Johns Hopkins Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Facility. His specialty is isobaric mass labeled quantitation both for global proteomic comparisons and targeted multiplexed quantitation (TOMAHAQ).