Murray Group research is aimed at instrument development for mass spectrometry using laser desorption and ablation with applications to biological imaging and separations coupled to mass spectrometry for complex mixture analysis. Our research interests range from exploring the fundamental processes of laser desorption to biological applications.

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Assistant Professor Faculty Position in Analytical Chemistry at LSU

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ASMS 2023 Presentations

ASMS 2023: Are Native Conformations of Proteins Preserved Throughout Laser Ablation?

ASMS2023: Protein Footprinting Using Water Photolysis

ASMS 2023: Proteomics of Western Honeybees to Assess Colony Health

ASMS 2023: Deep Ultraviolet Laser Ablation Electrospray Ionization for Native Mass Spectrometry

ASMS 2023: Localized Microsampling of Formalin Fixed Paraffin Embedded Tissue for Proteomics

ASMS 2023: Deep Ultraviolet Laser Ablation and Capture for Off-line Mass Spectrometry

ASMS 2023: Social Media for Mass Spectrometry

New Account on Mastodon

Job Opening in the LSU Mass Spectrometry Facility

Job Opening for Assistant Professor Analytical Chemistry at LSU

LSU Professor Receives Over $1M in Federal Grants to Expand Mass Spectrometry Facility

Bruker Rapiflex Mass Spectrometer Funded by NSF MRI

Waters Synapt Instrument Funded by NIH

United States patent 11,371,913 Methods And Devices for Sample Capture Using Gas-Pulse Nanoparticle Displacement

ASMS 2022: Laser Ablation and Capture for Native Spectrometry

ASMS 2022: Forensic Sampling using Selective Extraction and Capture

ASMS 2022: Vacuum Ultraviolet Laser Ablation with a Solid State Laser

ASMS 2022: Resolution and Resolving Power Terminology in Mass Spectrometry

ASMS 2022: Laser Energy Stabilization for MS Imaging by Piezoelectric Transduction

ASMS 2022: Metaproteomics of the Honeybee Gut

Infrared Laser Ablation Microsampling with a Reflective Objective