Dingyin Tao, PhD

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Mosquito glycoproteomics
Past/Present: 
Past

During PhD, my research was focused on developing novel LC-MS/MS platforms for proteome separation and identification to facilitate phospho- and glyco- proteome and membrane proteome acquisition. I have the necessary expertise in LC-MS/MS system construction, such as LCQ, LTQ XL, Q-TOF, UHPLC-QQQ system and data analysis such as Bioworks, Proteome Discovery, Mascot, Spectrum Mill, MPP and GoMiner software. Until now, I have published over twenty papers in J. Proteome Res., PROTEOMICS, Anal Chem, Anal. Bioanal. Chem. etc.

My current projects in the Dinglasan Lab are the following:

+ Develop a malaria rapid diagnostic test (RDT) based on human saliva using proteomics.

+ Develop a novel on-line two-dimensional HPLC separation system for quantification analysis of HC-04 cell line proteins under varying growth conditions.

+ Develop a highly sensitive integrated whole cell glycoproteome analysis platform, which may be useful for analyzing very rare (limiting) clinical samples.

+ Co-lead the JHMRI-Agilent Proteomics Teaching Lab (part of the Dinglasan Lab Space)

 

Honors & Awards

Excellent Student Award of the Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2008

The Second Focused Photonics Analysis and Measurement Instrument Award, 2009

The Excellent Graduate Student Award of Liao Ning province, 2011

Eli Lilly Asia Outstanding Graduate Thesis Award, 2011

 

Job Title: 
Assistant Scientist (aka Research Assistant Professor level)

Past Group Members

DINGLASAN LABORATORY

EMERGING PATHOGENS INSTITUTE

THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

Department of Infectious Diseases & Immunology
COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
2055 Mowry Road, Rm 375
Tel. +1 (352) 294-8448 (OFFICE) / Tel. +1 (410) 294-8470 (LAB Rm. 320-326)

 

 

 

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