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Center for Proteome Analysis
Indiana University School of Medicine
635 Barnhill Drive
Medical Science Building 0034
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202

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Amber L. Mosley, PhD

Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Dr. Amber Mosley is the Director of the Center for Proteome Analysis. She received her PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. Her research interests include the analysis of protein-protein interaction networks and post-translational modifications that regulate RNA Polymerase II transcription using protein mass spectrometry and genomics.

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Emma Doud, PhD

Assistant Director, Proteomics Core

Dr. Emma Doud is the Assistant Director of the Center for Proteome Analysis. She graduated with dual degrees in Chemistry and Biology from Purdue University. She went on to earn her PhDin Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University where she studied the genetics and biochemistry of moenomycin biosynthesis. She then worked at the Proteomics Center of Excellence at Northwestern University, focusing on targeted quantitation of histone post translational modifications, shot gun proteomics of complex systems, and top down techniques. For the last several years, she has worked in industry on process development and scale up of immuno based assays and biotherapeutic production.

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Guihong Qi, MS

Senior Research Associate

Guihong Qi, is the center's Senior Research Associate. Guihong obtained her BS degree from Harbin Normal University in China and an MS in Biotechnology from Indiana University. She has been a scientific staff member for many years. She was also a Senior Research Associate at Monarch Life Sciences. Her prior experiences include peptide synthesis, preparative and analytical HPLC, 2-D gel electrophoresis, gel imaging and analysis, protein digestion, tandem mass spectrometry-based large-scale quantitative protein profiling, and MRM-based targeted proteomic analysis and assay development.

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