Research in our lab is multidisciplinary and is directed toward the development of proteomic methods that allow for the characterization of membrane proteins. We use our analytical toolbox - liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry - in combination with traditional biochemistry techniques in order to address challenging biological questions, particularly those relevant to subcellular/organelle-specific protein localization.

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Carthene R. Bazemore-Walker is Director of Science Initiatives and Associate Professor of Chemistry at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina. She is also adjunct Associate Professor of Chemistry at Brown University. Prior to joining the faculty at Winston-Salem State University, she was a member of the faculty at Brown University, the University of Virginia, and Norfolk State University.

Professor Bazemore-Walker graduated summa cum laude with her B.S. degree in Chemistry from Norfolk State University. She was a duel David and Lucile Packard Fellow and a University of Virginia Graduate Presidential Fellow while working on her Ph.D. degree in Chemistry with Professor Donald F. Hunt. Professor Bazemore-Walker completed her postdoctoral research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology with Professor Lawrence J. Stern and at Praecis Pharmaceuticals, Incorporated where she was Supervisor of the Mass Spectrometry group.

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