Daniel Knapp on Heart Proteomics and Chromatography on a Chip | GenomeWeb

At A Glance

Name: Daniel Knapp

Age: 60

Position: Professor of pharmacology, Medical University of South Carolina, since 1972.

Principal Investigator of NHLBI Cardiovascular Proteomic Center, MUSC, since September 2002.

Director of MUSC Proteomics Center.

Background: Assistant professor of experimental medicine, University of Cincinnati, 1971.

Post-doc in pharmacology, University of Cincinnati, 1970-71.

Post-doc in chemistry at University of California, Berkeley, 1969-70.

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