We are a diverse group of people from different backgrounds working toward a common goal:
To understand the natural world around us - its beauty and its vagary.
Maggie is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine and the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Genetics of the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Maggie completed her Bachelor's degree in biology (hon.) and computer science (min.) at the University of Waterloo, Canada; her PhD in Chemistry at the University of Hong Kong; and Postdoctoral Fellowship at the NHLBI Proteomics Center and NIH Big Data to Knowledge Center at the University of California Los Angeles. She is passionate about mass spectrometry and has taken great pleasure in maintaining and operating ABI Voyagers, Sciex single quad, QStars, and 4800, Agilent QqQ, Thermo LCQ and Obitraps over her career. She is always thrilled to utilize MS to understand protein homeostasis and the dynamic processes that govern the human proteome. Outside the lab, she enjoys horror movies, video games, building miniatures, and spending time with all her cocker spaniels.
Current position: Bioinformatics PhD Student at UAB