Graham Cooks on Ion Soft-Landing and Building the First Tandem MS | GenomeWeb

At A Glance

Name: R. Graham Cooks

Age: 62

Position: Professor of chemistry, Purdue University, since 1971.

Senior Investigator, Inproteo

Background: Published recent paper in Science describing a method of making protein chips entitled, “Preparing Protein Microarrays by Soft-Landing of Mass-Selected Ions,” Science. 2003 Aug. 14.

Fulbright Fellow, University of Warwick, 1981.

Assistant professor, Kansas State University, 1968-71.

PhD in organic chemistry, Cambridge University, 1967.

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