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Trina Mouchahoir (Fed)

Research Chemist

Trina Mouchahoir came to NIST with a background in the use of proteomics techniques for biomarker discovery and glycoprotein analysis.  She now utilizes her foundation in mass spectrometry to support the efforts of the biomanufacturing program at NIST and the needs of stakeholders in the biopharmaceutical industry.  She is a member of the team that developed the NISTmAb reference material (RM 8671) and led the interlaboratory round robin study to evaluate the new peak detection component of the multi-attribute method.  Her research interests include protein characterization and host-cell protein analysis.

Awards

2017 U.S. Department of Commerce Gold Medal for Scientific/Engineering Achievement (Team Recipient)

Publications

New Peak Detection Performance Metrics from the MAM Consortium Interlaboratory Study

Author(s)
Catherine A. Mouchahoir, John E. Schiel, Rich Rogers, N. Alan Heckert, Benjamin Place, Aaron Ammerman, Xiaoxiao Li, Tom Robinson, Brian Schmidt, Chris M. Chumsae, Xinbi Li, Anton V. Manuilov, Bo Yan, Gregory O. Staples, Da Ren, Alexander J. Veach, Dongdong Wang, Wael Yared, Zoran Sosic, Yan Wang, Li Zang, Anthony M. Leone, Peiran Liu, Richard Ludwig, Li Tao, Wei Wu, Ahmet Cansizoglu, Andrew Hanneman, Greg W. Adams, Irina Perdivara, Hunter Walker, Margo Wilson, Arnd Brandenburg, Nick DeGraan-Weber, Stefano Gotta, Joe Shambaugh, Melissa Alvarez, X. Christopher Yu, Li Cao, Chun Shao, Andrew Mahan, Hirsh Nanda, Kristen Nields, Nancy Nightlinger, Helena Maria Barysz, Michael Jahn, Ben Niu, Jihong Wang, Gabriella Leo, Nunzio Sepe, Yan-Hui Liu, Bhumit A. Patel, Douglas Richardson, Yi Wang, Daniela Tizabi, Oleg V. Borisov, Yali Lu, Ernest L. Maynard, Albrecht Gruhler, Kim F. Haselmann, Thomas N. Krogh, Carsten P. Sönksen, Simon Letarte, Sean Shen, Kristin Boggio, Keith Johnson, Wenqin Ni, Hamakshi Patel, David Ripley, Jason C. Rouse, Ying Zhang, Carly Daniels, Andrew Dawdy, Olga Friese, Thomas W. Powers, Justin B. Sperry, Josh Woods, Eric Carlson, K. Ilker Sen, St John Skilton, Michelle Busch, Anders Lund, Martha Stapels, Xu Guo, Sibylle Heidelberger, Harini Kaluarachchi, Sean McCarthy, John Kim, Jing Zhen, Ying Zhou, Sarah Rogstad, Xiaoshi Wang, Jing Fang, Weibin Chen, Ying Qing Yu, John G. Hoogerheide, Rebecca Scott, Hua Yuan
The Multi-Attribute Method (MAM) Consortium was initially formed as a venue to harmonize best practices, share experiences and generate innovative methodologies

The NISTmAb Reference Material 8671 Value Assignment, Homogeneity, and Stability

Author(s)
John E. Schiel, Abigail Turner, Catherine A. Mouchahoir, Katharina S. Yandrofski, Srivalli Telikepalli, Jason King, Paul C. DeRose, Dean C. Ripple, Karen W. Phinney
The NISTmAb Reference Material (RM) 8671 is intended to be the common industry standard monoclonal antibody for pre-competitive research in harmonizing current
Created July 30, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021