Research

Our research is interdisciplinary. We develop and utilize proteomics tools to study cell-surface N-glycoproteins that play important roles in stem-cell development. Through various model systems, we want to understand how extra-cellular microenvironment influences stem-cell function and behavior through these proteins and their N-glycosylation pattern

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People

Lab members are formed from a group of pasionated and highly motivated graduate and undergraduate students coming from different disciplines including chemistry, biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology, engineering and computer science

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Tools

The main techniques and facilities we use are liquid chromatography, mass spectrometry, cell-culture facility, and imaging facility in conjunction with basic chemical, biochemical, molecular and cellular techniques. We also develop computational tools to aid high-throughput proteomics analyses

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