The CSL warmly welcomes Dr Richard Wilson to the team who has taken on the role of Research Fellow, Proteomics Mass Spectrometry. Richard is replacing Edwin Lowe, whom we wish very well in his new pursuits and thank him for his service to the CSL and the University.
Richard has extensive experience in the proteomic analysis of cartilage in development and disease, including the development of proteomic techniques like protein resolution by 2-D gel electrophoresis, protein identification by mass spectrometry and differential 2-D gel analysis by fluorescent protein labelling (DIGE). Richard has also used proteomics for the analysis of mouse cartilage, including degradation in vitro to identify new mechanisms in human joint disease such as osteoarthritis and has published new methodologies for developmental cartilage sample preparation and resolution.
Authorised by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)
8 August, 2012