Eugenia (Jane) Romantseva received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University and a M.S. in Material Science and Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. She serves as a staff engineer at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), supporting the Engineering Biology Team. Her current research focuses on developing techniques for peptide sequencing and improving predictability and scalability in synthetic biology, with a focus on cell-free systems. Jane is also interested in micro- and nanoscale design and fabrication, 3D printing, bioprinting, and expanding biological research in microgravity environments.
Publications (Google Scholar)
“Proteomic analysis of nuclei dissected from fixed rat brain tissue using expression microdissection”
A. R. Blackler, N. Y. Morgan, B. Gao, L. R. Olano, M. D. Armani, E. Romantseva, J. W. Kakareka, R. F.
Bonner, S. Mukherjee, B. Xiao, K. Tran, T. J. Pohida, M. R. Emmert-Buck, M. A. Tangrea, S. P. Markey
Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 85, No. 15, pp. 7139-7145, 2013
“Isolation of rat neuronal nuclei using expression microdissection for mass spectrometry-based proteomic analysis”
B. Gao, K. Tran, M. Tangrea, C. Ott, N. Morgan, A. Makusky, R. Bonner, T. Pohida, A. Gillespie, E. Romantseva, M. Emmert-Buck, J. Lippincott-Schwartz
59th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Denver, CO USA, Vol. 22, pp. 117, 2011
“Gradient elution moving boundary electrophoresis with channel current detection”
D. Ross, E. F. Romantseva
Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 81, No. 17, pp. 7326-7335, 2009