Review accepted by Proteomics journal

We’ve done it again, the editor of Proteomics (Prof. Mike Dunn) has just accepted our recent review article on computational tools for designing transitions for MRM studies: Cham (Mead), J.A., Bianco, L. and Bessant, C.   Free computational resources for designing…

Jenny Mead is now Jenny Cham!

I have got married!  My new name is Jennifer A. Cham, so look out for my new name on my upcoming research papers and reviews.  Thank you to everyone for the kind wishes! Cham is pronounced ‘kam’, if you are…

Australasian Proteomics Society conference, Feb 2010

Registration for the 15th Annual Proteomics Symposium of the Australasian Proteomics Society is now open, click here for more info.  This conference is held at Mantra Erskine Beach Resort, Lorne, Victoria between 4th – 7th February, 2010, and  I will…

Miss Cleavage & the trypsinettes

No this is not the name of a new girl band…. Thank you to Kathryn Lilley for organising the quiz for the BSPR conference dinner.  One of the prizes was for the best team name, and guess what, our table…

BSPR Conference, Hinxton, UK

Another great conference, the British Society of Proteome Research meeting (Multiscale Proteomics: From Cells to Organisms), took place on 14th-16th July.  Although it is a British society, scientists from America (Mike MacCoss, Neil Kelleher, Gary Siuzdak & Brian Searle) took…