MaSH PeopleCoordinators and main contacts
Software and VM Coordinator
Instrument Grant Coordinator
MaSH Research Fellow
Travel Grant Coordinator
Gus is a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Physiology, and the director of the Biomedical Imaging Research Unit. His research interests lie primarily in vision science, where as part of the New Zealand National Eye Centre he utilises imaging mass spectrometry to study the structure and function of the ocular lens. He also has research interests in neurodegeneration through a collaboration with the Centre for Brain Research.
Nicholas is a Research Fellow in the School of Biological Sciences, and is the responsible for the operation of the Bruker SolariX XR 7T Fourier transform-ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer. His research interests stem from his passion for ion chemistry and mass spectrometry, and include advancing top-down mass spectrometry of macromolecular complexes for structural biology, interogating reaction intermediates through novel ionization sources, and characterizing surfaces and thin-layer materials.
George is a Research Fellow in the Department of Physiology. He is focusing on computer programing for quantitative proteomics/metabolomics research. He has adaptive computer scripting strategies to provide highly efficient, robust ‘omics data solutions. He is willing to share his ‘omics experience and provide data analysis support on behalf of the MaSH.