Donald Hunt, Mathias Uhlen, Catherine Fenselau | GenomeWeb
Three individuals were recognized by the Human Proteome Organization during its World Congress this week for their contributions to proteomics research. Donald Hunt, a professor in chemistry and pathology at the University of Virginia, received HUPO’s Distinguished Achievement Award in Proteomics for his work in developing new instrumentation and methods for characterizing proteins and small molecules by mass spectrometry. Hunt was the first person to develop and apply tandem mass spectrometry for protein sequencing.

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