Drexel University - BS/MS in Chemistry
Jeff was born and raised in Levittown, Pennsylvania, just north of Philadelphia. He attended Drexel University in Philadelphia, graduating with his bachelor's and master's degrees through a 5-year BS/MS program in 2007. At Drexel, Jeff studied under Kevin Owens researching improvements in peptide sequence coverage using an alternative strong acid digestion method by mass spectrometry as well as the fundamentals of the MALDI process. Jeff's current work centers around combining ESI with microfluidic cell trapping to sample cellular effluent and gauge real-time cellular response and signaling.
- 2007 Vanderbilt University Graduate School David Hercules Fellowship to perform summer research
- 2009 Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies Student Poster Award
- 2009 Society for Applied Spectroscopy Student Poster Award
- Jeffrey R. Enders, Cody R. Goodwin, Christina C. Marasco, Kevin T. Seale, John P. Wikswo, and John A. McLean, Advanced structural mass spectrometry for systems biology: Pulling the needles from haystacks, Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry
- Jeffrey R. Enders, Michal Kliman, Sevugarajan Sundarapandian, John A. McLean (2009). Peptide and Protein Analysis using Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry in Mass Spectrometry of Proteins and Peptides in Drug Discovery. Part 1, Chapter 6. Michael L. Gross, Ben Pramanik, Guodong Chen Eds. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
- Jeffrey R. Enders, Christina C. Marasco, Ayeeshik Kole, Bao Nguyen, Sevugarajan Sundarapandian, Kevin T. Seale, John P. Wikswo, and John A. McLean, Towards monitoring real-time cellular response using an integrated microfluidics-MALDI/nESI-ion mobility-mass spectrometry platform, IET Systems Biology 2010, 4 (6):416-427.
- Enders J. R., McLean J. A. Chiral and Structural Analysis of Biomolecules Using Mass Spectrometry and Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry. Chirality 2009, 21, S253-S264.
- John A. McLean, Larissa S. Fenn, and Jeffrey R. Enders, “Structurally Selective Imaging Mass Spectrometry by Imaging Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry”, to be included in Mass Spectrometric Imaging: History,
Fundamentals and Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology Series, Jonathan
Sweedler and Stanislav Rubakhin, eds.