Hello, and thank you for your interest! The Riley Research Group (led by Dr. Nick Riley) at the University of Washington will explore questions about extracellular biology using mass spectrometry, glycoproteomics, and chemical biology. A major interest of ours will focus on glycocode regulation and dysregulation in cancer progression and metastasis. We hope these links to Nick's Google Scholar and current webpage provide helpful background information.
We are looking to bring staff scientists, postdocs, graduate students, and undergraduates to our team. If mass spectrometry, bioanalytical chemistry, glycoscience, and chemical biology sound like fun corners of the scientific universe for you to explore, please enter your information below.
We are interested in people with all research backgrounds, but would be especially keen on talking to people with experience in bioinformatics, in vitro and in vivo cancer models, and molecular biology. We plan to train all lab members to have extensive expertise in mass spectrometry-based methods, and we also welcome those from the mass spectrometry community who want to learn more about how to use mass spec to pursue interesting questions in extracellular (glyco)biology.