Kirk Hansen, PhD
Dr. Kirk C. Hansen is a world leading expert in the field of quantitative and extracellular matrix proteomics. Former UCSF and CalTech alumnus, over the past decade Dr. Hansen has published over 200 articles and has invested in the development and translational application of analytical strategies for the detection and quantification of proteins in health and disease, with a particular focus on the extracellular matrix component.
Angelo D'Alessandro, PHD
Dr. D’Alessandro received his PhD at the Tuscia University (Italy) under the aegis of the Italian National Blood Center. His postdoctoral career focused on Mass Spectrometry-based Omics technologies at Bruker Daltonics (Bremen, Germany), the Beatson Institute for Cancer Center (Glasgow, Scotland) and the University of Colorado Denver (Aurora, USA). At age 33, he has published over 160 papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Travis Nemkov, PHD
Dr. Travis Nemkov received his PhD in Biochemistry and Structural Biology from the University of Colorado Denver. He has proven to be an innovator and is quickly garnering recognition as a promising young scientist in the field of metabolomics with over 40 published papers during his PhD thesis work. Travis specializes in the development and implementation of high-throughput strategies for metabolomics and proteomics, which have contributed to the analysis of thousands of RBC, plasma, and platelet samples over the last few years.
Ryan Hill, PHD
Ryan received his PhD in Kirk Hansen's lab in 2016 where he has over 15 publications from technology built around analyzing the composition of the Extracellular Matrix. He is quickly making a name for himself as he continues to pursue advancing technologies aimed at understanding the Extracellular Matrix with a focus on driving progress in the field of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine.