News

March 29, 2021

Faces of Mass Spectrometry

Pushing the limits of current proteomics technologies is elaborate work, and Schweppe steadily conveys the importance of streamlining and refining workflow, which has called for joining forces with other scientists. The mainstay of Schweppe’s lab in the Department of Genome Sciences at the University of Washington is based on looking for interactions between cells or organisms, analyzing interactions, and quantifying data of interest. The elation in Schweppe’s voice emphasizes the notable achievements that have come out of collaborative efforts to improve efficiency in the lab, including the development of a full featured search algorithm, which has proven useful both online and offline.

January 4, 2021

Meagan Gadzuk-Shea has joined the lab as a Senior (Postdoctoral) Fellow!

January 4, 2021

Chris McGann has joined the lab as a rotating Genome Sciences graduate student!

August 24, 2020

Rose Fields has joined the lab as a Research Scientist!

July 1, 2020


The Schweppe Lab is Open!

The Schweppe Lab @ UW is open as of 07/2020! We're excited to hit the ground running in Genome Sciences with great collaborators and colleagues. If you're interested in joining the group, check out the Join Us! page.