David E. Erickson
David E. Erickson, Ph.D.
Associate Teaching Professor
512 Physical Sciences Laboratory Building
Joined the faculty in Fall 2011
Ph.D., Purdue University(2009)
B.S., Saint Olaf College, Northfield, MN (2001)
My research interests are in ion properties and reactivity as a result of ion interactions with other ions, molecules, and physical processes. I am especially interested in these interactions with biological molecular ions for use in biological studies. The continued development of novel instrumentation to facilitate these experiments is also extremely interesting as new questions can be successfully answered as the result of instrumentation development.
H. Han, F. A. Londry, D. E. Erickson and S. A. McLuckey," Tailored-waveform Collisional Activitation of Peptide Ion Electron Transfer Survivor Ions in Cation Transmission Mode Ion/Ion Reaction Experiments," Analyst. 134 (2009), 681-689.
Xia Y., Gunawardena, H. P., Erickson, D. E., McLuckey, S. A., "Effects of Cation Charge Site Identity and Position on Electron Transfer Dissociation of Polypeptide Cations," J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129 (2007) 12232-12243.
Gunawardena, H. P., Gorenstein, L., Erickson, D. E., Xia, Y., McLuckey, S. A., "Electron Transfer Dissociation of Multiply Protonated and Fixed Charge Disulfide Linked Polypeptides," Int. J. Mass Spectrom., 265 (207) 130-138.
Liu, J., Chrisman, P. A., Erickson, D. E., McLuckey, S. A., "Relative Information Content and Top-down Proteomics by Mass Spectrometry: The Utility of Ion/Ion Proton-transfer Reactions in Electrospray-based Approaches," Anal. Chem., 79 (2007) 1073-1081.