|2015-||Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London|
|2012-2015||Lecturer, Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London|
|2010-2012||NIH/NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University|
|2004-2010||PhD in Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering, Princeton University|
The DiMaggio Lab is interested in the development and application of innovative experimental and computational platforms for characterizing chromatin-associated proteins and how their interactions and post-translational modifications cooperatively regulate nuclear processes, such as gene expression. At the center of our research program is liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS), and our work contributes to this field on two fronts:
1. The application of fundamental chemical engineering principles towards the design, modeling and optimization of separation processes and analyte detection.
2. The development of optimization-based computational tools for robustly interpretting novel sources of LC-MS/MS data.
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