People

N. Seyfried

Nicholas T. Seyfried, PhD
Assistant Professor and Director
Faculty Bio Page
nseyfri@emory.edu

Nicholas T. Seyfried obtained his BS in biological chemistry from Boston College and his DPhil in Biochemistry from the University of Oxford. During his postdoctoral fellowship at Emory University School of Medicine he employed cell-based quantitative proteomics methodologies to characterize protein aggregation and post-translational modification events that underlie neurodegenerative diseases. He also developed immobilized metal affinity chromatography (IMAC) techniques for the enrichment of phosphopeptides from human brain tissue. Prior to this work, Dr. Seyfried held a postdoctoral research position in the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center at the University of Georgia. Here his research focused on the use of hydrogen/deuterium amide exchange Fourier transform mass spectrometry as a method to study protein-carbohydrate interactions. Dr. Seyfried is currently an assistant professor of Biochemistry and Neurology and is a member of the Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases. Biosketch>>

Eric Dammer

Eric B. Dammer, PhD
Instructor
edammer@emory.edu

Eric received a B.A. in liberal arts from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2003 and a Ph.D in Applied Biology from Georgia Tech in 2008 before joining Nicholas Seyfried as a fellow postdoc in the lab of Junmin Peng, where the focus of inquiry was ubiquitin-mediated proteostasis and on biomarkers of neurodegeneration in diseases such as ALS and Alzheimer Disease. As a postdoc, Eric has been awarded NINDS T32 and NIA F32 funding, respectively 1) to explore translational medicine with regards to hypothesized splicing defects in Alzheimer Disease, and 2) to study the mechanisms and effect of ubiquitin on aggregate prone protein clearance in ALS and associated dementia. As a graduate student, Eric studied the molecular genetics of steroid production in the adrenal cortex as regulated by peptide hormones, cAMP as a second messenger, and nuclear receptors found to utilize novel lipid ligands. Biosketch>>


Duc Duong PhD

Associate Director
ENNCF Proteomics Core

dduong@emory.edu

Duc graduated from Emory University in 2003 with a B.S. degree in computer science and has over 10 years of experience with cutting edge LC-MS/MS technologies. He has developed algorithms for extensive data processing and peptide/protein quantification. Duc works in collaboration on a variety of research projects with research investigators at the Center for Neurodegenerative Disease and throughout the Emory University community. Biosketch>>

Luming

Luming Yin
Research Specialist, Sr
lyin2@emory.edu

Isaac Bishof

Previous Members

Ian DinerIan Diner
Lab Manager
isdiner@emory.edu
Ian graduated from Emory University in 2012 with a double major in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology (NBB) and Chemistry. His research focused on the study of protein aggregation events in neurodegenerative diseases, with particular emphasis on RNA binding proteins. 
Andrew Lee

Andrew Lee
Research Specialist

Andrew is currently a graduate student at Duke University.


Rosie tang

Rosie Tang
Undergraduate Researcher

Rosie has graduated from Emory with a B.S in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology and is attending medical school. 


John Lee

John Le
Computer Engineer
Volunteer
bladerjam7@gmail.com

John is attending Georgia State University for a degree in Computer Information Systems. 


Chelsea DunnChelsea Dunn
Research Intern
chd10@hampshire.edu

Chelsea completed her undergraduate degree at Hampshire College in May 2014 with a focus in biochemistry, neuroscience, and improvisational cello performance. She worked as a research specialist in the Department of Biochemistry at Emory University from 2014-2017.  She is interested in furthering a career in biochemistry research.


Information for Applicants

Prospective graduate students should apply to the Graduate Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (GDBBS). Dr. Seyfried is a training faculty member of the Biochemistry, Cell and Developmental Biology (BCDB) and Neuroscienceprograms within the GDBBS. Interested postdoctoral fellows should contact Dr. Seyfried directly by email. Applications should include a summary of research experience and interests, and a C.V. with contact details for at least three potential references. Candidates with their own funding or interested in applying for fellowships should contact Dr. Seyfried at any time.