Mass Spectrometry talk from Dr. Touradj Solouiki – Baylor University
This week Dr. Touradj Solouiki will give a talk entitled “Utilizing Mass spectrometry, Ion Mobility, and Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy in Omics Studies for Determination of Molecular Sizes, Shapes, and Colors”, which will cover ongoing research activities of the Solouki group at Baylor University.
Dr. Touradj Solouki is a professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry where in addition to running a successful research lab, he teaches a variety of graduate and undergraduate courses such as “X-omics Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry” and “Analytical Measurements and Techniques/Quantitative Chemical Analysis”. He completed his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Texas at Tyler, and his Ph.D. at Texas A&M University. He did a Welch Postdoctoral Fellowship at Texas A&M University and another Postdoctoral Fellowship at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL) ICR Program in Florida. He then became a senior scientist at the Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute (IITRI) and worked as a laboratory director for Chemical and Biological defense type endeavors . Before coming to Baylor, he was a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Maine in Orono, Maine.
Where: William A. Pryor Conference Room, 210 Choppin Hall
When: Thursday, November 14th, 3.30 PM.
Host: Dr. Kermit Murray