Introducing two new members to the MS Vision team

We are happy to announce that two new colleagues have joined MS Vision in April:

Steve Daly has joined our team as R&D Scientist on the SuperMaMa project. He got his PhD in Physical Chemistry at Nottingham University. He then moved on to do three post-docs in Paris, Lyon and Bordeaux, where he gained lots of knowledge and hands-on experience on combining MS, ion mobility and spectroscopy for the elucidation of biomolecular structures. Within the project, Steve will work on an ultrahigh mass quadrupole and other ion optical devices for ion beam filtering and steering.

Osmond Rebello has joined MS Vision as Application Development Scientist. Osmond has a Master’s degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Bremen. He has worked at the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology and the Marum Center of Marine Environmental Sciences, both in Bremen, before becoming a Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher at Ludger Ltd. in Oxford and LUMC in Leiden. There his research focused on glycan biomarker discovery and the development of high-throughput analytical chemistry methods for the quantification of glycan biomarkers. Osmond will develop applications on the pI Trap instrument which we are currently building, both for the Åcelus separation system as the dedicated AD Scanner version.

We are delighted to have two such talented scientists join our team!

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