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Solving the World’s Biggest Problems on the Smallest Scale
What tool can help people find cancer earlier, give plants a fighting chance when water is scarce or develop new fuels to get our vehicles from point A to B? Mass Spectrometry can! Join us and find out how researchers are utilizing this powerful tool to find differences in everything from single cells to entire forests. We use mass spectrometry to identify changes in proteins, metabolic compounds as well as lipids in any living system. With this knowledge, we can fill in the blueprint of life and understand biological systems in a way that we never could before.

Oct 13, 2020 07:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Heather Olson
Chemist @PNNL
Heather Olson is a Chemist that has been working at PNNL in Inhalation Toxicology and Integrative OMICS for 27 years. She currently performs complex sample management and preparation tasks for proteomic, metabolomic and lipidomic analyses using Mass Spectrometry. She enjoys the variety that comes with her work and mentoring.