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Journal of Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques
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Hung V. Trinh

Hung V. Trinh
Hung V. Trinh
U.S. Military HIV Research Program (MHRP)
Walter Reed Army Institute of Research


Dr. Hung V. Trinh received Ph.D. degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology with the subject of the human adenoviruses at University of Zurich, Switzerland in 2011. In addition, he has strongly developed in the field of the analytical chemistry such as mass spectrometry – proteomics identification, quantification (iTRAQ and label free) as well as post-translational modifications. Recently, Dr. Trinh has developed extensively methods for antigenicity and immunogenicity to measure and to quantify absolute antibody binding responses in clinical trials for the infection diseases, particularly in HIV-1 using Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR – Biacore). Furthermore, he has developed methods to map specific epitope responses (6 amino acids – small molecules) to different vaccine trials and primary infection cohorts using Biacore. Dr. Trinh’s methods have been applied widely to access the biological questions in both academic and industrial settings.

Research Interest

Development of the analytical biochemistry methods to access the antibody responses/drugs in infection diseases and bio-similar in pharmaceuticals