ICASE is a joint venture between three of the top measurement science institutions in the world:
Purdue University, Indiana University and the University of Notre Dame.
The CBM - or Center for Bioanalytic Metrology - has a new Google Scholar page, where publications can be tracked. THe CBM is an NSF-funded industry-university cooperative research center at Purdue, IU and Notre Dame involving member organizations Abbvie, Agilent, Corteva, Exxon Mobil, Genentech, IBRI, Lilly, Merck, Pfizer, Sartorius and Takeda. Take a look and watch us grow!
Six Researchers from the ICASE Network were included in the recently announced Analytical Scientist POWER LIST for 2021 including R. Graham Cooks (Purdue), Gary Hieftje, Lane Baker and David Clemmer (Indiana University), Paul Bohn (Notre Dame) and Chris Welch (ICASE).
Link to entire list
Researchers at Indiana University report in a recent publication in Journal of the American Chemical Society that the trimeric spike protein of the SARS CoV-2 virus is differentially glycosylation. Using the technique of Charge Detection Mass Spectrometry pioneered at IU, Professors Martin Jarrold, David Clemmer and co-workers have revealed an unusual feature relating to glycosylation of the spike protein - a finding that simply would not be possible using conventional bottom-up proteomics studies.
Check out this recent article from the American Institute for Chemical Engeineers (AIChE) journal highlighting collaborative research between the groups of Professor Merlin Bruening (Notre Dame) and Professor Jacqueline Linnes (Purdue) link. The research project, carried out under the auspices of the NSF Center for Bioanalytical Metrology has involved ongoing participation from a number of industry partners including Eli Lilly, Sartorius, Corteva Agriscience, Indiana Bioscience Research Institute and Bristol Myers Squibb