My interests include: elucidation of signaling networks relevant to human disease and exploring perturbations in phosphorylation patterns induced by pharmacological agents. Recently I described a mass spectrometric-based technique that allows efficient profiling of hundreds of phosphorylation sites over time from human total cellular lysates. This technique will be automated by implementation of a high-throughput phosphoproteomics platform to determine global cellular phosphorylation patterns. I intend to employ this platform to map complex signaling networks under normal and pathological conditions.
Dr. Salomon did undergraduate studies at Case Western Reserve University, graduate studies at Stanford University, and postdoctoral studies at the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation. He recently joined the faculty of Brown University where he is Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, and Biochemistry (MCB).
ARTHUR SALOMON, PhD
On The Web:
Mast Cell Pathway JI paper
T Cell Pathway MCP paper
Bioinformatic Tools for Proteomics
Introductory Biochemistry (bi28.info)
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