University of Wisconsin–Madison

Dr. Ying Ge awarded H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellowship

Ying Ge, Associate Professor of Cell and Regenerative Biology and Chemistry and MCP Trainer, studies molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying cardiac diseases and regeneration via systems biology approaches featuring high-resolution mass spectrometry-based top-down proteomics. Ge teaches proteomics approaches for biologists. She also serves as director of mass spectrometry in UW-Madison’s Human Proteomics Program.

Faculty recognized with 2018-19 Kellett Mid-Career, H.I. Romnes and WARF Named Professorship fellowships