Rebekah Gundry, PhD
Dr. Gundry received her Honor's Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Marquette University in 1999. She then received her Master of Science in Forensic Science from The George Washington University in 2001, where she conducted her thesis research at the FBI Forensic Science Research Unit in Quantico, VA. In 2006, she received her PhD. from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where her research focused on mass spectrometry of biomolecules. Dr. Gundry then moved to the Division of Cardiology at Johns Hopkins for her postdoctoral work, and during this time she also studied at the ETH, Zurich as well as the NIH. During her postdoctoral studies Dr. Gundry was awarded an NIH K99/R00 (Pathway to Independence Award) as well as a BD Biosciences Research Grant Award to support her studies of cell surface proteins in stem cells and their cardiogenic derivatives. Dr. Gundry joined the faculty at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2010. Dr. Gundry received the 2013 Robert J. Cotter Young Investigator award from the US Human Proteome Organization and is currently on the Editorial Board of PROTEOMICS.
Please see the Gundry lab website for more information.
Honors BS: Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
MSFS: The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
PhD: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
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Invited Reviews, Editorials, and Chapters:
"Preparation of Proteins and Peptides for Mass Spectrometry Analysis in a Bottom-Up Proteomics Workflow", Gundry, RL§, White MY, Murray C, Kane L, Fu Q, Stanley B, Van Eyk JE, Curr Protoc Mol Biol. Chapter 10:Unit10.25, 2009. §Corresponding author.
"A Novel Role for Proteomics in the Discovery of Cell Surface Markers on Stem Cells: Scratching the Surface", Gundry RL*, Boheler KR*, Van Eyk JE, Wollscheid B, Proteomics - Clinical Applications, 2, 892-903, 2008. *Denotes equal contribution. Selected for Journal Cover.
"Unraveling the complexity of circulating forms of Brain Natriuretic Peptide", Gundry RL, Van Eyk JE, Clinical Chemistry, 53: 1181 – 1182, 2007.
"The Albuminome as a Tool for Biomarker Discovery", Gundry RL and Cotter RJ, in Clinical Proteomics: from diagnosis to Therapy, Eds JE Van Eyk, MJ Dunn, Wiley, London, 2007.
"When does a ‘fingerprint’ constitute a diagnostic?" White MY, Gundry RL, Cordwell SJ, Lancet, 368(9540), 971-3, 2006.
"Heart disease, clinical proteomics and mass spectrometry", Stanley BA*, Gundry RL*, RJ Cotter, Van Eyk JE, Disease Markers, 20(3), 167-178, 2004. *Denotes equal contribution.