The SCRIPPS Research Institute
Devrishi Goswami, currently a senior research associate at The SCRIPPS Research Institute, USA. He is studying the structural and biochemical aspects of Nuclear Receptors/Kinases/Antibodies/Enzymes using hydrogen deuterium exchange mass spectrometry (HDX-MS) and other biochemical techniques. He did his PhD on structural and functional characterization of membrane transporter proteins in lab of Prof. Hartmut Michel (Nobel Laureate, 1988) in Max Planck Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt, Germany. He has broad knowledge and expertise in the field of protein analytical chemistry, new method development in mass spec based protein analytics, protein dynamics, specifically structural, biochemical and biophysical aspects of nuclear receptors, Kinases, enzymes, antibodies and membrane proteins and have numerous publications in peer reviewed journals. He did review articles for journals like “Analytical chemistry”.
Protein analytical chemistry, Small molecule drug discovery, HDX Mass spectrometry, Crystallography, Transcription factors, Antibody, Membrane proteins, Nuclear receptors, Steroid receptors, Kinase, AMPK, Structural biology, Cancer, Metabolic diseases
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