Dr Ben C Collins
We are a mass spectrometry-based proteomics research group with interests broadly in 3 areas:
(i) Method development and applications in quantitative proteomics with a focus of data independent acquisition (DIA/SWATH) mass spectrometry and most recently diaPASEF
(ii) The analysis of protein interaction networks and protein complexes using targeted (e.g. affinity purification) and global (e.g. native separations such as SEC) methods coupled to quantitative mass spectrometry
(iii) Host-pathogen biology with a focus on Mycobacterium tuberculosisFind out more
Open to PhD applications from those with at least a 2.1 degree (or equivalent) in with an interest in the quantitative analysis proteins and protein complexes by mass spectrometry and/or host pathogen/microbe interactions.
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Phd Title: Identifying Host–Pathogen Protein-Protein Interactions and understanding their functional implications in Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection
Name: Charlotte Nicod (located at ETH Zurich)
Alumni: where are they now?
Jun Cai (Masters Thesis Student 2017 -- Host-pathogen protein-protein interactions)
Current position: PhD candidate in Department of Pharmacy, University of Copenhagen
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