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Sarah Flannery

Research Assistant in Proteomics

Background and current interests

I was first introduced to proteomics during my PhD at Sheffield university, where I studied the light reactions of photosynthesis in plants by proteomic analysis of the thylakoid membrane. An internship at the MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences in their Biological Mass Spectrometry facility lead me to the Target Discovery Institute in Oxford. Here, I now manage the TimsTOF Pro and work on a broad range of academic and industrial collaborations ranging from small interactome projects to large-scale clinical studies.

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