Joëlle VINH

Joëlle VINH

Function: Director
Period: Permanent
Laboratory: SMBP
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Joëlle Vinh is specialized in analytical chemistry and biological mass spectrometry. She is presently director of the Biological Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics laboratory (ESPCI/CNRS USR3149) at the Ecole Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles de la ville de Paris (ESPCI-ParisTech). She first obtained a postdoctoral position in proteomics with a HFSP fellowship for 2 years at the Southern Denmark University in Protein Research group headed by Pr.Peter Roepstorff with Pr. Ole Jensen (1999-2000). Then she joined the Neurobiology and Cellular Diversity laboratory (CNRS UMR7637) in 2000 as research scientist. She set up the ESPCI biological mass spectrometry facility, with a first national recognition in 2001 with the Réseau Inter-Organismes (RIO, CNRS, Inserm, INRA and CEA). She worked as group leader of the biological mass spectrometry group since 2002, coordinating the RIO platform for proteomics at ESPCI since 2001. She published more than 50 publications in international journals all involving biological mass spectrometry implementation. She is specialized in the characterization of proteins (identification, post-translational modifications study, sequencing) using the MS proteomics toolbox. She works more specifically on nano separations coupling with mass spectrometry for multidimensional analyses. Joelle Vinh is permanent member of the Scientific Advisory Board - Marseille Proteomics and Proteomics Pole of Montpellier (PPM)”.
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