Professor Vicki Wysocki

Chemistry and Biochemistry Department, The Ohio State University

Understanding Protein Complexes at Ohio State University

Vicki Wysocki, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at The Ohio State University, describes how Q-TOF has helped her push the boundaries of protein characterization. The accurate characterization of protein complexes is very important, especially in target and drug discovery fields, and ion mobility-mass spectrometry offers flexibility and capability unmatched by traditional NMR or x-ray methods.

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Professor Vicki Wysocki

Chemistry and Biochemistry Department, The Ohio State University

Vicki Wysocki received her BS in Chemistry at Western Kentucky University in 1982 and her PhD in Chemistry at Purdue University in 1987. After doing postdoctoral work at Purdue and at the Naval Research Laboratory, she joined Virginia Commonwealth University as an Assistant Professor in 1990. She was promoted to Associate Professor in 1994. Vicki joined the University of Arizona in 1996 and was promoted to Professor in 2000. Most recently she was Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Arizona. Vicki joined Ohio State University in August 2012 as an Ohio Eminent Scholar.