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Iris (I) Kreft

Research interests

Mass spectrometry proteomics is a technology that holds great promise in discovering bio markers in body fluids. Here we use plasma profiling for the identification of biomarkers that can directly be applied to monitor and predict blood product quality and can be used to personalize individual.

Technology

Mass spectrometry, Chromatography (High performance liquid chromatography, Gas chromatography), Spectroscopy (Raman, infrared), Gel electrophoresis, (confocal) microscopy.

Resume

2018-Present

PhD student at Dept. of Molecular and cellular Hemostasis (MCH)

2016-2018

MSc. Chemistry (track analytical chemistry) at VU and University of Amsterdam

2018

Internship at plasma protein dept. plasma proteins at Sanquin.

Title: Proteome profiling of platelet and neutrophil disorders using mass spectrometry

2015

Internship at West Virginia University (United states of America)

Title: Top-down Charge transfer dissociation (CTD) of gas phase insulin.

2012-2016

BSc. Chemistry

Other publications

Li P, Kreft I,  Jackson GP. Top-Down Charge Transfer Dissociation (CTD) of Gas-Phase Insulin: Evidence of a One-Step, Two-Electron Oxidation Mechanism, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom. 2018; 29(2): 284-96. Abstract