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MSRC Schey Lab

Personnel

Kevin L. Schey, Ph.D.,
Professor of Biochemistry
Professor of Ophthalmology
Director, VVRC Proteomics Core Facility

kevin.schey@vanderbilt.edu

Tel: 615-936-6861
Fax: 615-343-8372

 

David M. Anderson

david.m.anderson@Vanderbilt.Edu

615-875-5590

David received his BSc Hons degree in biomedical chemistry at Sheffield Hallam University in the north of England. After a year working for a contract research organization he returned to Sheffield Hallam University to obtain a Ph.D. imaging the distribution of agrochemicals in plants using MALDI-MSI. David remained at Sheffield Hallam as a post doc studying the effects of irritants and sensitizers on human skin before moving to Nashville to study protein distribution and post-translational modifications in eye lenses using MALDI-MSI.

Zhen Wang

zhen.wang@Vanderbilt.Edu

615-875-5590

Zhen received her BS in ecology and MS in marine biology from Ocean University of China and PhD in chemistry from Northern Illinois University. She then spent two years as a postdoc fellow working in Schey lab. Currently she is a research instructor and her current work focuses on posttranslational modifications of lens membrane proteins and membrane associated proteins as well as protein-protein interactions in the lens fiber cell membrane complex.

Junhua Wei

junhua.wei@Vanderbilt.Edu

615-343-2700

Junhua received her Ph. D from Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, where she did thesis work of gas–phase ion chemistry study with mass spectrometry. Then she took positions of Postdoc Fellow at Brock University in Canada, Guest Scientist at German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) in Germany, and Acting Instructor at University of Washington in Seattle. Currently she serves as a Staff Scientist at Schey lab. And her research interest focuses on quantitative proteomics, characterization of post-translational modifications and biomarker discovery.

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