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Catherine Wong


  • Peking Union Medical College Hospital (PUMCH)

I obtained my PhD from the University of Hong Kong in 2003, majoring in Fundamental Mass Spectrometry (Physical Chemistry). Possessing both physical and analytical techniques I thus have solid foundations for interdisciplinary researches. I studied proteomics for 8 years since 2005 in John Yate’s lab. Since then, I have employed this technology to make considerable contributions.

My research interests lie mainly on development of cutting-edge mass spectrometry-based proteomic technologies, including Single Cell Proteomics (SCP), 4D-DIA high-throughput technology based on Trapped Ion Mobility-TOF MS, novel methods on protein glycosylation identifications, and new protein database search algorithms. I also work on the translational proteomics to discover authentic disease biomarkers and to unveil disease mechanisms based on well-designed large clinical cohort.