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CongratulationsWhitney EdwardsFrank Conlon, Ph.D.Congratulations to Whitney Edwards, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology, formerly in the Conlon Lab, and Frank L. Conlon, Ph.D., Professor of Biology and Genetics, in collaboration with the Labs of Sarah Cohen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology, and Ileana M. Cristea, Ph.D., Henry L. Hillman Professor of Molecular Biology ROLE; Director of Graduate Studies, Molecular Biology Department, Princeton University, for publishing article, titled “Quantitative proteomic profiling identifies global protein network dynamics in murine embryonic heart development”, in the journal Developmental Cell.CellPress

Sarah Cohen, Ph.D.Ileana M. Cristea, Ph.D.Developmental Cell These studies took advantage of a technique known as multiplexed quantitative proteomics. This innovative protein labeling technique identified and measured the abundance of a large comprehensive set of proteins from relatively small amounts of heart tissue. This resource provides much-needed information to identify the biological causes of congenital heart disease. The work was featured in Volume 58, Issue 12, 19 June 2023, of the journal Developmental Cell and can be read online now.