Richard Johnson on Sequencing Proteins by MS, Then and Now | GenomeWeb

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Name: Richard Johnson

Age: 42

Position: Research Scientist 4, Amgen (until 2002: Immunex), since 1995

Prior Experience: PhD, MIT, 1983-88. Sequenced thioredoxins by tandem mass spectrometry in Klaus Biemann’s group.

Postdoc, Harvard School of Public Health, 1988-89

Postdoc, Biomembrane Institute, Seattle, 1990

Postdoc, University of Washington, Seattle, 1990-1995. Studied proteins and their posttranslational modifications by mass spectrometry with Ken Walsh.

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