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Biochemical and Exposure Science Group

“The Biochemical and Exposure Science Group at NIST Charleston provides measurement science, standards, and technology to (1) support measurements of complex biological processes through the identification and quantification of proteins, hormones and metabolites and (2) support measurements related to human and wildlife exposure to natural and man-made chemicals”

The Biochemical and Exposure Science Group is located at the Hollings Marine Laboratory  in Charleston, South Carolina, and the Hawaii Pacific University Center for Marine Debris Research  in Waimanalo, Hawaii.

Biochemical and Exposure Science Group
Charleston Staff:  Front row, left to right: Amanda Bayless (College of Charleston research technician), Ashley Boggs-Russell, Katherine Peter (NRC post-doc), Tracey Schock, Jessica Reiner, Kehau Hagiwara Usui (NRC post-doc), Kevin Huncik; Back row, left to right: Clay Davis, Ben Neely, John Kucklick, Julie Lowenstein (College of Charleston Graduate Student), Alix Robel (NRC post-doc).  Not pictured: Erin Legacki (NRC post-doc) and Meghan Grandal (Medical University of South Carolina Graduate Student)
Hawaii Staff
Hawaii Staff: Left to right: Katherine Shaw (NRC post-doc) and Jennifer Lynch

Projects and Programs

Comparative Serum Proteomics Project

Ongoing
Initially the Comparative Mammalian Proteome Aggregator Resource (CoMPARe) Program will generate proteomic data from sera from 25 different species that

Publications

The science of the host–virus network

Author(s)
Gregory Albery, Daniel J. Becker, Liam Brierley, Cara Brook, Rebecca Christofferson, Lily Cohen, Tad Dallas, Evan Eskew, Anna Fagre, Maxwell Farrell, Emma Glennon, Sarah Guth, Maxwell Joseph, Nardus Mollentze, Ben Neely, Timothee Poisot, Angela Rasmussen, Sadie Ryan, Anna Siodin, Stephanie Seifert, Erin Sorrell, Colin Carlson
Better methods to predict and prevent the emergence of zoonotic viruses could support future efforts to reduce the risk of epidemics. We propose a network

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Awards

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