Vicki Wysocki was awarded the 2017 Frank H. Field and Joe L. Franklin Award for Outstanding Achievement in Mass Spectrometry, sponsored by Waters Corp. Click here to read the news article of awards.

Vicki talks to SelectScience on “Analyzing Very Large Protein Complexes Using Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry at The Ohio State University”.

Click here to read a technology feature on ‘Top-down proteomics: Turning protein mass spec upside-down’.

Click here to read a feature on ‘Cracking the Complex: Using mass spec to study protein-protein interactions’.

Structure from splatter‘ A first reactions in ACS central science on the Wysocki group paper ‘Defining the Structural Model of a Heterohexameric Protein Complex: Surface Induced Dissociation and Ion Mobility Provide Key Connectivity and Topology Information’.

Vicki talks to SelectScience on how we can “Measure Protein Shape and Topology using Mass Spectrometry”.

Bouncing off the Walls: Excited Protein Complexes Tell Their Story‘A preview in Chemistry and Biology on the Wysocki group paper ‘Surface-Induced Dissociation of Homotetramers with D2 Symmetry Yields their Assembly Pathways and Characterizes the Effect of Ligand Binding’.