Research Assistant Professor

Research and/or Creative Works

I direct the VGN Proteomics Facility with the goals of providing expertise and the latest proteomics technology to researchers and establishing an educational environment for sharing experience and knowledge in proteomics.  I work with faculty, staff/postdocs, and graduate students, providing guidance and support for their proteomics projects from initial experimental design, sample preparation, instrument operation, to data analysis /interpretation and publishing results.  Together with my colleagues, we maintain the operation of facility instrumentation (Ion traps and Orbitrap, Q-Exactive), evaluate new technologies and software, as well as develop methodologies to address emerging proteomics and mass spectrometry needs.  I give seminars, guest lectures and facility tours to faculty, undergraduate and graduate students from UVM and Baccalaureate Partner Institutes. (http://vgn.uvm.edu/proteomics/)

Ying Wai Lam

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Proteomics, Biological mass spectrometry

Education

  • Ph.D. (Biochemistry), The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1998-2001
  • Postdoctoral fellow, University of Massachusetts Medical School, 2001-2005

Contact

Phone:
  • 802-656-4709
Office Location:

120A MLS Rm 337