McLean Research Group Recent News:







Center for Innovative Technology Opens

3.20.15  We are pleased to announce the opening of the Center for Innovative Technology as of March 23, 2015. The Center for Innovative Technology brings together contemporary technologies relevant to the forefronts of foundational and translational research. We specialize in integrated ‘omics’ capabilities utilizing state-of-the-art multi-dimensional mass spectrometry and automated high content microscopy.

For more information regarding our capabilities and how we might be able to integrate our capabilities into your research needs please contact Stacy Sherrod at stacy.d.sherrod@vanderbilt.edu. .



New Member Joins the Lab in Fall 2014

10.31.14   We have recently welcomed a new graduate student into the McLean Group. Tiffany will purse an applications project on polymers .




New Members Join the Lab in Spring 2014

6.12.14   We have recently welcomed a new post doc and three new graduate students into the McLean Group. Dr. Ewa Jurneczko will focus on instrument development and James Dodds, Ray Keller, and James Poland will focus on biological applications of IM-MS.







Kelly and Jay Graduate in Spring 2014

3.11.14   Kelly Hines successfully defended on March 11, 2014. Her Ph.D. dissertation was entitled " Biomolecular Signatures of Disease Via Ion Mobility and Mass Spectrometry Techniques ".

2.4.14   Jay Forsythe successfully defended on February 4, 2014. His Ph.D. dissertation was entitled " Advanced Strategies for Imaging Mass Spectrometry and Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry ".





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Towards Integrated Omics...

Ion mobility-mass spectrometry allows for the simultaneous sampling of multiple biomolecular classes which are typically studied independently by researchers of genomics, proteomics, lipidomics, glycomics, metabolomics, etc.  Learn more…