报告人：ZHANG Hui, Johns Hopkins University, USA
ZHANG Hui graduated from Peking University with a BS and a MS degrees and from University of Pennsylvania with a Ph.D. degree. After working as senior scientist at New England Biolabs, Cell Signaling Technology, and the Institute for Systems Biology, she joined Johns Hopkins University and established Mass Spectrometry Core Facility, the Center for Biomarker Discovery and Translation. Her research interests are centered on the structural and functional analyses of proteins and protein modifications. Her laboratory has focused on glycoprotein analysis and developed several novel glycoproteomic and glycomic technologies to study structures and functions of cell surface glycoproteins and secreted glycoproteins. These technologies enable the characterization of glycoproteins, glycosites, glycans associated with each glycosite and their occupancies. Researchers in the group participate in several key national programs in characterization of glycoproteins including the Early Detection Research Network (EDRN), Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium (CPTAC), and Programs of Excellence in Glycosciences (PEG).