“Charting metabolism in health and disease by activity metabolomics and nanostructure imaging mass spectrometry,” by Amelia Palermo, post-doctoral scientist.
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and BC Children’s Hospital presents Amelia Palermo, candidate for joint Faculty position in BMB and BCCHRI. Amelia is currently a post-doctoral scientist at The Scripps Research Institute Center for Metabolomics in San Diego, working in the group of Professor Gary Siuzdak. Her research interests focus on the characterization of the metabolic determinants of resistant cancer phenotypes by activity metabolomics and on the development of novel mass spectrometry-based approaches for metabolomic sand systems biology.
Wednesday, September 4th at 9:30 am
Michael Smith Laboratories, Lecture Theatre, Room 102
2185 East Mall