Joseph Dalluge, Ph.D.
Mass Spectrometry Laboratory Director
- B.A. Gustavus Adolphus College, 1991
- Ph.D. University of Utah, 1996 (James A. McCloskey)
- Post Doctorate National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1996-1998
Office: 191C Kolthoff Hall
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Principal Research Interests
Joseph Dalluge is a member of the University of Minnesota Center for Analysis of Biomolecular Signaling and is interested in the use of mass spectrometry for metabolite profiling, biomarker identification and assay development using HPLC and UPLC combined with electrospray mass spectrometry primarily on triple quadrupole and quadrupole-time-of-flight instrumentation. Current efforts focus on the sensitive detection and quantification of medically relevant diagnostic markers; identification of compounds relevant to molecular signaling, inflammation, and cellular aging; and targeted metabolite profiling and identification of biomarkers relevant to nanotoxicity and for development of metabolite profiling approaches to biodiversity research.
- Joseph Dalluge, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry
- D-9, 139 Smith Hall, 207 Pleasant St SE
- Minneapolis, MN 55455-0431