News Archive

July 2020

The Muddiman Lab has published 13 papers by July 2020 with many more coming! Check them out here: 2020 Publications

October 2019

Sarah Manning, Ying Xi, and Kali Gilson join the Muddiman Research Lab!

August 2019

Måns Ekelöf receives his Doctorate and takes a position at EMBL in Germany!

October 2018

Allyson Mellinger and Hongxia Bai join the Research Team!

January 2018

David Muddiman named the Director of the Molecular Education, Technology, and Research Innovation Center at NC State University

November 2017

Milad Nazari receives his Ph.D. and joins AbbVie.

October 2017

Crystal Pace, Anqi Tu, and Caleb Bagley join the Research Team!

September 2017

Mark Bokhart receives his Ph.D. and joins GSK.

February 2015

David Muddiman named editor of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry.

January 2015

  • David Muddiman selected for ACS Chemical Instrumentation Award for IR-MALDESI.
  • Elias Rosen becomes Research Associate Professor.

November 2014

Installation of Q Exactive HF and Q Exactive Plus Instruments

June 2014

Angelito Nepomuceno receives his Doctorate and takes a position at Thermo Fisher Scientific.

April 2014

Shan Randall receives his Doctorate and takes a position at Thermo Fisher Scientific.

February 2014

  • David Muddiman elected President-Elect of the United States Human Proteome Organization.
  • Guillaume Robichaud receives his Doctorate and takes position at Emerald Therapeutics.
  • Jeremy Barry receives his Doctorate and takes position at GSK in Philadelphia.

January 2014

Dr. Jennifer Parker and Dr. Eli Rosen join the group as Postdoctoral Scholars.

February 2013

David Muddiman elected Treasurer and to the Executive Board of the United States Human Proteome Organization (www.ushupo.org)

January 2013

David Muddiman elected to the Board of Directors of ASMS (www.asms.org)

September 2010

NIH R01 Grant Awarded from NIGMS to Develop New Ionization Methods for Biological Mass Spectrometry

August 2010

Hunter Walker receives NIH Molecular Biotechnology Fellowship

May 2010

David Muddiman receives 2010 Biemann Medal