Smith Computational Mass Spectrometry Lab

NSF Career Award

The Smith lab is currently supported by NSF Career award 1552240 to Dr. Rob Smith.

To date, this grant has supported the following work:

Probabilistic Generation of Mass Spectrometry Molecular Abundance Variance for Case and Control Replicates (JPR, 2017)

Fast, axis-agnostic, dynamically summarized storage and retrieval for mass spectrometry data (PLOSOne, 2017)

JS-MS:: a cross-platform, modular javascript viewer for mass spectrometry signals (BMC Bioinformatics, 2017)

Research Opportunities

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Computer Science, Chemistry, and Bioinformatics Researchers Wanted!

The Smith lab is currently looking for research assistants to participate in the research projects outlined above.

Participants of diverse backgrounds, including in software engineering, interface design, mass spectrometry, and general programming can contribute meaningfully on a wide array of problems currently under investigation.


Remuneration possibilities include paid assistanceships, inclusion on peer reviewed publications, conference presentations, and presitigious fellowships.

For more information, please contact Rob at robert.smith$mso.umt.edu, replacing $ with @.