Dr. Shi-Jian Ding is an assistant professor in our department whose research interests center on the development and application of proteomic methods to address a wide range of biological and biomedical problems. Many studies are challenged by the highly complex and dynamic nature of proteomes. In order to overcome these hurdles, we are particularly interested in sample preparation methods to enrich protein/peptide classes of interest either through chromatographic- or affinity-based methods, as well as stable isotope labeling or label-free approaches to quantify protein/protein post-translational modification expression changes. We are also improving sensitivity for liquid chromatography mass spectrometry-based proteomic analysis and applying a variety of informatics tools to efficiently analyze the data generated in proteomics experiments.
For further information on proteomic collaborations, please contact Dr. Ding.
- Cancer Biology
Research Resources & Core Facilities
BSL3 Containment Laboratories
- Genome Assembly & Analysis
- Mammalian Cell Adhesion Molecule Database
- Tissue Procurement Shared Resource
- Tissue Sciences Facility
- BSL3 Containment Laboratories