Women in science: I am a woman, a wife, a mother, and a scientist!

Dr. Manveen K Sethi serves as Instructor of Biochemistry at the Boston University School of Medicine, USA. She did her Ph.D. at Macquarie University (MQ), Australia, under the primary supervision of Dr. Morten Thaysen-Andersen,where she utilized mass spectrometry proteomics and glycomics analysis to understand underlying molecular mechanisms in colorectal cancer . After her Ph.D., she joined Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM), USA, as a postdoctoral associate under Prof. Joseph Zaia, where she is currently employed in a research faculty-track position of Instructor. Her research work involves identifying and characterizing biomolecules such as proteins and glycans using mass spectrometry techniques and utilizing this information to understand biomolecular deregulation in human diseases, such as cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. Recently, she received a Bright Focus Foundation fellowship award to investigate extracellular matrix changes in Alzheimer’s disease.

Biosimilar Workshop: Mass Spectrometry for Analysis of Critical Quality Attributes of Biologics/Biosimilars

Biosimilar workshop Digital edition presents Mass Spectrometry Training Program under Accelerate Vigyan Scheme.
Date: 1st – 7th March 2021.
Time: 02:00 PM- 05:00 PM IST
Virtual Workshop (Zoom platform)
Certification course with No registration fees.

Bio Patrika interviews Dr. Sethi on her thoughts about “Serial in-solution digestion protocol for mass spectrometry-based glycomics and proteomics analysis”

Dr. Manveen K Sethi’s interview with Bio Patrika hosting “Vigyan Patrika”, a series of author interviews. Dr. Sethi serves as Instructor of Biochemistry at the Boston University School of Medicine, USA. She did her Ph.D. at Macquarie University (MQ), Australia, under the primary supervision of Dr. Morten Thaysen-Andersen, an internationally recognized researcher in Glycobiology. During her Ph.D., she forayed into colorectal cancer (CRC) research. After her Ph.D., she was offered a postdoctoral research fellowship at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM), USA, under Prof. Joseph Zaia, an internationally-acclaimed leader in mass spectrometry (MS) and Glycoscience, where she is currently employed in a research faculty-track position of Instructor. Her research work involves identifying and characterizing biomolecules such as proteins and glycans using mass spectrometry techniques and utilizing this information to understand biomolecular deregulation in human diseases, such as cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. Here, Manveen talks about her work titled “Serial in-solution digestion protocol for mass spectrometry-based glycomics and proteomics analysis” published as a first author in Molecular Omics (2020).