Mindy Levine, PhD
Associate Professor Mindy Levine is currently researching supramolecular chemistry and chemical sensor development. Mindy was a faculty member at the University of Rhode Island from 2010-2019. She received her BA, MA, and PhD from Columbia University, and completed an NIH-funded postdoctoral fellowship at MIT in the laboratory of Professor Timothy Swager. She has published more than 70 peer-reviewed publications to date, including 60 as an independent researcher and professor.
Clinical Omics and Mass Spectrometry
Due to its broad-based applicability to detect compounds with a wide range of masses, along with its high sensitivity, mass spectrometry (MS) has been used extensively in a range of omics analyses and applications. In this listicle, we explore the use of MS-based data in a variety of clinical omics settings.
ICP-OES – ICP Chemistry, ICP-OES Analysis, Strengths and Limitations
Inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) is an analytical technique that is used to identify the atomic composition of a sample. In this article we will explore how the technique works, what it tells us, strengths, limitations and common problems, and how it compares to other techniques in this analytical niche.
Applications of ICP-MS
Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) can be used for a broad range of applications. Download this listicle to learn about the applications of ICP-MS, for example, its use in forensic science and law enforcement.
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Introduction to Graduate School
Download our free guide on starting out at graduate school. Advice includes how to prioritize bureaucratic logistics, how to do well in class, and how to join a research group. A must read for anyone about to start on their grad school journey!