Forest White, Just Arrived at MIT, on Improving Phosphoproteomics | GenomeWeb

At A Glance:

Name: Forest White

Age: 32

Position: Assistant professor, Biological Engineering Division, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, since July 2003.

Prior Experience: Senior research scientist, MDS Proteomics, Charlottesville, Va., 2001-2003

Institute for Proteome Research, University of Virginia, 1999-2000

Postdoc, University of Virginia, 1997-1999. Worked with Don Hunt.

PhD, Analytical Chemistry, Florida State University, 1993-97. Studied with Alan Marshall.

 

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