I am currently a Senior Application Support Scientist at the Waters Corporation located in the greater Boston area.
My current research interests include developing mass spectrometry and ion mobility separation tools to spatially map biochemical events and components in tissues and cell populations. I am interested in high-throughput screening of biomolecules from biological samples and metabolomic analysis of single-cells (and other volume-limited samples). For the last decade, I have been engrossed in developing and utilizing novel ionization methods, such as laser ablation electrospray ionization (LAESI). Currently, I am focused in direct in situ mapping of metabolites and using Desorption electrospray ionization (DESI) and Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI).
I have published 24 peer-reviewed articles, (7 featured on cover pages), written 4 book chapters, currently editing 1 book and co-authored more than 50 conference proceedings. See my latest citation information at my Google Scholar profile.
Single Cell Analysis and Tissue Imaging by Laser Ablation and Mass Spectrometry
Shrestha, Bindesh, Ph.D., The George Washington University, 2010
I obtained my doctoral degree in chemistry from the George Washington University. Before enrolling in the PhD program, I graduated from Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania with double bachelors degrees in chemistry and economics .
bindesh “AT” gwu.edu
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