Please welcome Clint Stalnecker to the Mass Spec Seminar Series. The event will occur at Mary Ellen Jones Building 3116 tomorrow, 3/23, at 11:30am.
Clint Stalnecker will be presenting a talk about a systems-wide analysis he performed with his team in KRAS mutant cancers to have a greater understanding on how mutant KRAS drives cancer growth. He will highlight the mass spectrometry techniques used to perform this study namely MIB-MS, proteomics, phosphoproteomics, and metabolomics.
Clint is a research assistant professor in the laboratory of Dr. Channing Der. His research focuses on the molecular consequences of targeting the RAS signaling pathway in RAS mutant cancers. Clint joined Channing’s lab after completing his PhD in 2016 at Cornell University, where he studied metabolic pathways that support cancer growth.