Asst. Prof. Sarah Parker
Sarah Parker completed her PhD in Physiology in 2011 from the Medical College of Wisconsin, where she first began training in Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics with Dr. Andrew Greene. She then completed a Post Doctoral Fellowship with Dr. Jennifer Van Eyk at Johns Hopkins University, including a 3 month Fellowship working in Reudi Aebersold’s lab at ETH to learn the DIA-SWATH pipeline. Sarah began her faculty position at Cedars-Sinai in 2018 where she runs an Academic lab utilizing proteomics to study mechanisms and biomarkers of aneurysm and atherosclerosis. She has also recently taken on the role of Co-Director for the CSMC Proteomics and Metabolomics Core Facility. She has published on a range of proteomics projects, mostly incorporating DIA-MS and MRM techniques for protein identification and quantification.