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Home> Events> CASMS Member Nominated for ASMS 2012 Board
CASMS Member Nominated for ASMS 2012 Board
Publish Date:2011/12/01   |   Click:5888
Our CASMS active member Dr. Weiguo Andy Tao of Purdue University is nominated in the ASMS 2012 elections for the Member at Large for Education for two year term. It is our honor that our CASMS members could play larger roles in the mass spectrometry communities.
The roles of the Member at Large for Education include (1) chairing the Education Committee, (2) coordinating with MAL for Publications the responsibilities for educational publications, (3) making recommendations to the Board for future short courses content, (4) having organizational responsibilities for the Fall Workshop and making recommendations for content and organizer(s) of the Fall Workshop, and (5) making recommendations regarding educational initiatives, including educational brochures and Classic Books.
W. Andy Tao received his mass spectrometry training through his dissertation work on gas-phase chiral analysis in the Aston Lab at Purdue University with R. Graham Cooks. After receiving his Ph.D. in December 2001, he worked for three years as a Damon Runyon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle with Drs. Leroy Hood and Ruedi Aebersold.
Tao started his own research group in the Department of Biochemistry at Purdue University in 2005, and currently is Associate Professor. He also has courtesy appointments in the Department of Chemistry, Department of Medicinal Chemistry & Molecular Pharmacology, and Purdue Center for Cancer Research. Dr. Tao leads an active research group focusing on new developments in mass spectrometry-based proteomics. In particular, the Tao group has introduced multi-functionalized soluble nanopolymers as a platform for the study of molecular signaling and for the identification of intracellular drug targets. Current applications include the identification of direct kinase substrates and multiplex assay of protein phosphorylation. Tao has coauthored over 60 research articles, invited reviews, and book chapters. He received NSF Career Award in 2007 and was the recipient for 2006 ASMS research award.
Dr. Tao has served on the ASMS Education Committee since 2010 and on the ASMS conference program review committee in 2009 and 2010.
If you are an active ASMS member, please act immediately by casting your vote.

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