Dr. Dan Crimmins
Dan Crimmins received his Ph.D. at Washington University (WU) in Saint Louis in 1980. He trained in physical chemistry. Post-doctoral work (WU School of Medicine) investigated viral membrane glycoprotein structure and endocytosis via clatherin-coated pits. Crimmins then worked at Mallinckrodt developing radio-labeled antibodies. Next he directed the HHMI Core Protein/Peptide Facility at WU for 10 years; later joining the Department of Pathology & Immunology in the Division of Laboratory & Genomic Medicine at WUSM. His expertise and research interests are: Bioanalytical protein/peptide characterization, immunogen design/antibody selection, biomarker discovery/evaluation, clinical/biological implications of post-translationally modified pro forms of diagnostic protein analytes.
Physical Chemistry, Protein Analysis Study