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Erin S. Baker, Ph.D.

Posted on October 16, 2020


Date - October 16, 2020
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry
North Carolina State University
Talk Title: Applying Advanced Separations and Cheminformatics Visualization Techniques to Complex Multi-Omic Analyses


Mass spectrometry (MS)-based technologies are playing a growing role in the analysis of complex samples.  Despite significant advances in MS technology, currently it is difficult to obtain measurements of both high throughput and high sensitivity for samples with great dynamic ranges such as biofluids and plant extracts. Furthermore, the assessment of this data is also extremely challenging. To address these limitations, we are utilizing multi-dimensional separations and cheminformatics visualization techniques to afford greatly improved identification quality, measurement throughput, sensitivity, robustness, and quantitative capabilities. The benefits observed from various omic studies of biological and environmental samples will be summarized in this presentation.