Weston Struwe

Weston obtained his PhD from the University of New Hampshire where he studied genetic and structural impacts of a group of inherited diseases termed congenital disorders of glycosylation. Weston continued his work in glycan mass spectrometry at the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training where he focused on the role glycosylation in Fcγ receptor-IgG binding, the properties of mucin glycosylation in C. jejuni interactions and technical development for glycan mass spectrometry including ion mobility MS. In our group he worked on structural aspects of sHSPs, and in particular understanding how these large oligomeric assemblies are formed.
(Oct 2012 - Oct 2015)