Daniel Liebler on Mapping Protein Adducts By Mass Spectrometry | GenomeWeb

At A Glance

Name: Daniel Liebler

Age: 44

Position: Beginning of May 2003: Professor of biochemistry and director of proteomics, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Currently: Professor, department of pharmacology and toxicology, University of Arizona, since 1987; Director, Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center, since 1999

Prior Experience: Postdoc, Oregon State University, 1984-87. Worked with Donald Reed on cellular protection mechanisms and antioxidants.

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