We’re excited to share that we recently received a Notice of Award for our R01 proposal to develop gas-phase reactions for use in imaging mass spectrometry workflows! We’re very thankful to the NIH and NIGMS for their support of our work and grateful to all of our lab members for their hard work as well as the mass spectrometry community for their encouragement!
Congrat’s to Jonathan for his first publication in the Analytical Chemistry. The article describes the use of gas-phase charge inversion ion/ion reactions to identify lipid structures in tissue samples…check it out!
UF Research interviewed the Prentice Lab on how COVID effected our research. Check out the article linked below! You can find more information on the groups by clicking their pictures and an interview with our very own Chelsey Mertens!
Congrat’s to Matt for publishing his thesis work in the International Journal of Mass Spectrometry. The article describes the use of electron induced dissociation to identify lipid structures in tissue samples and is the first manuscript published solely from the group!Structural elucidation of phosphatidylcholines from tissue using electron induced dissociation
Julia’s research and collaboration with the UF Diabetes Institute was highlighted in the Year in Review…check out page 8! https://diabetes.ufl.edu/2020/03/06/2019-year-in-review/
The holiday potluck was a great success! Otto and Wien (mostly) behaved and White Elephant was a big hit (nice job Chelsey)!
Matt’s final dinner with the group before leaving for his next position at Patrick AFB!
The group is excited to welcome Gina Ji, Woo-Young Kang, Julie Liang, Chelsey Mertens, and Tingting Yan to the lab! Check out their profiles on the Group Members page soon!