Catherine Clarke Fenselau

Catherine Clarke Fenselau Catherine Clarke Fenselau (born 15 April 1939) is an American scientist who was the first trained mass spectrometrist on the faculty of an American medical school; she joined Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 1968. She specializes in biomedical applications of mass spectrometry. She has been recognized as an outstanding scientist in the field of bioanalytical chemistry because of her work using mass spectrometry to study biomolecules. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Fenselau, Catherine
Published 2011
American Chemical Society