Craig received his Ph.D. in Chemical Biology in 2012, with 4 years additional post-doctoral training in proteomics in the Gygi Laboratory at Harvard Medical School. He lead the design and synthesis efforts of the pilot study demonstrating the proof of principle of our next generation isobaric reagents. In addition to his chemistry background, Craig has 7 years experience maintaining and operating Orbitrap mass spectrometers and managing proteomics workflows. In addition to working on execution of IQP services, Craig leads the development of next generation isobaric reagents.
Brian received his Ph.D. in Biological Mass Spectrometry and Proteome Informatics, with additional training in quantitative proteomics in the Gygi Laboratory at Harvard Medical School for 5 years. During his time in the Gygi Lab, Brian has been a software developer and system administrator for the proprietary bioinformatics software at HMS. In addition to fulfilling many of the IQP executive duties, Brian leads the development of our proprietary multiplexed targeted assays.
Ryan received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry in 2007, with additional post-doctoral training in proteomics in the Gygi Laboratory at Harvard Medical School for 5 years. During his time in the Gygi Lab, Ryan has been active in developing methodology for proteomics workflows. In addition, for the past two years, he has served as the director of the Thermo Center for Multiplexed Proteomics (TCMP), a non-profit fee for service proteomics core facility at Harvard Medical School. In his capacity as director of the TCMP, Ryan has obtained extensive experience in proteomics methods development, instrument operation and maintenance, managing and training of personnel, and customer relations. In addition to the execution of services, Ryan manages the majority of IQP operations.
Steve is a professor at Harvard Medical School Department of Cell Biology and a leading global authority in quantitative proteomics using mass spectrometry.