Michael Landreh named Emerging Investigator of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry
Michael Landreh from MTC has been named Emerging Investigator of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry 2019. The goal of the Emerging Investigators focus is to showcase some of the exciting fundamental and interdisciplinary research that is being performed by a group of researchers who are still establishing their independent academic careers, but have already demonstrated their potential to make important contributions to their respective areas of research, and have the potential to become future leaders within the field. The authors were invited to contribute articles for peer review based on recommendations from prominent mass spectrometrists, including the JASMS Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editors, members of the Editorial Board, and members of the ASMS Board of Directors.
Michael Landreh's research focuses on novel mass spectrometric approaches to study protein interactions that elude other spectroscopic methods. The Landreh group combines native MS, ion mobility MS, and HDX-MS to follow the complex assembly mechanism of spider silk, unravel lipid, and drug interactions in membrane proteins and elucidate how chaperones control amyloid formation.
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Gas-Phase Collisions with Trimethylamine-N-Oxide Enable Activation-Controlled Protein Ion Charge Reduction.
Kaldmäe M, Österlund N, Lianoudaki D, Sahin C, Bergman P, Nyman T, et al
J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom. 2019 Jul;():