First-year PhD student Amber Rolland recently finished her rotations and has chosen the Prell Group as her research home. Welcome, Amber!
The Prell Group welcomes Isabella Young, who is conducting research in our group this summer via the University of Oregon Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR). She is studying anthrax toxin complex and its interactions with lipids.
The Prell Group will present research at the upcoming American Chemical Society NORM Meeting in Corvallis, OR. Micah will give a talk on the mechanism of chemical supercharging in electrospray ionization, and Simon will present a poster on Collidoscope, our program for computing collisional cross sections of large proteins and complexes using the Trajectory Method.
The Prell Group presented some of our latest research at the American Society for Mass Spectrometry Annual Conference in Indianapolis, IN, this June. Micah showed off his work on the mechanism of chemical supercharging in electrospray ionization, and Sean and Jim presented posters exploring the use of Fourier transform to analyze extremely congested mass spectra of polymers and lipoprotein Nanodiscs. The conference was a lot of fun!