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C.V. , Sixue Chen, Ph.D. 1 S IXUE C HEN Associate Professor, Department of Biology; Genetics Institute; Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology Program; Director, Proteomics Facility, Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research (ICBR); UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Phone: (352) 273 8330; Fax: (352) 273 8284 E-mail: [email protected] Websites: http://www.biology.ufl.edu/People/faculty/schen.aspx http://www.moleculardetective.org http://proteomics.centers.ufl.edu E DUCATIONAL B ACKGROUND 1993 – 1996 Ph. D., Shanghai Institute of Plant Physiology and East China Normal University, China (joint-training program) Dissertation: Plant plasma membrane transport systems and osmotic shock signal transduction in Dunaliella salina . 1991 – 1993 M. S., East China Normal University, China Dissertation: Molecular basis of the recognition and transformation of plant cells by Agrobacterium rhizogenes . 1987 – 1991 B. S., Harbin Normal University, China Thesis Title: The response of maize seedlings to low temperature. P RESENT P OSITIONS 2011 – Present Associate Professor with tenure, University of Florida Research Interests: 1) Elucidating molecular networks regulating glucosinolate metabolism using proteomics and metabolomics. 2) Characterizing molecular switches in pathogen infection. 3) Redox proteomics and metabolomics of guard cell ABA and methyljasmonate signaling. 2006 – 2011 Assistant Professor, University of Florida Research Interests: 1) Elucidating molecular networks regulating glucosinolate metabolism using proteomics and metabolomics. 2) Redox proteomics and metabolomics of guard cell ABA and methyljasmonate signaling.
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C.V. , Sixue Chen, Ph.D. 2 2008 – Present Director of Proteomics Facility, University of Florida Research Interests: 1) Developing technology and analytical tools for analyzing low abundance proteins and modified proteins. 2) Establishing targeted metabolomics tools and services. P REVIOUS P OSITIONS 2003 – 2005 Director, Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry Facility, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, St. Louis, MO. Research & Service: 1) Developing and implementing proteomics and mass spectrometry technologies in biological research. 2) Providing analytical services to internal and external clients. 3) Supervising students and training scientists on proteomics. 2001 – 2003 Research Associate, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Research Projects: 1) Defining vacuolar proteomics of yeasts and plants. 2) Functional characterization of ABC transporters. 3) Participating in international membrane transporter consortium microarray initiative. 1998 – 2001 Assistant Research Professor, Plant Biochemistry Laboratory, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark. Research Projects:
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