Congratulations to Doug on a fantastically productive time in the lab! Doug started out in 2014 as a research technician in the Kimmelman Lab and continued in a joint capacity in the Mancias Lab. During his time in the lab he spearheaded our efforts working with mouse models of pancreatic cancer to address fundamental questions of pancreatic cancer metabolism. He has been a co-author on 4 papers with at least 2 more to come. He is now headed to NYU to start grad school, good luck Doug!
The Mancias lab receives our new Orbitrap Lumos Tribrid mass spectrometer from ThermoFisher Scientific. Big thanks to Joao Paulo and the Gygi Lab for receiving it and beginning the set-up process. This mass spectrometer will facilitate our in-depth quantitative proteomic analysis of basic, translational, and clinical research samples thus advancing the research mission of the Mancias Lab and the DFCI/BWH Department of Radiation Oncology.