Lisa M. Jones
Education and Positions: B.S. Syracuse University, 1999; Ph.D. Georgia State University, 2006; Postdoctoral Associate, University of Alabama-Birmingham, 2006-2008; Postdoctoral Associate, Washington University in St. Louis, 2008-2012; Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Indiana University-Purdue University, 2012-2016; Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Maryland, 2016-present.
Research Interests: Hydroxyl radical protein footprinting (HRPF) coupled to mass spectrometry to study protein conformation and interactions; extension of HRPF for in-cell studies and in vivo studies in C. elegans
Honors and Awards: Biophysical Society Biopolymers In Vivo Subgroup Junior Faculty Award, 2019; International Association for Protein Structure Analysis (IAPSAP) Distinguished Young Investigator Award, 2017
The Protein Society: Member since 2018.
Service: Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Proteome Research, 2017-present; Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Analytical Chemistry, 2019-present; Member, Diversity Committee, American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 2017-present; Treasurer, Molecular Biophysics Subgroup, Biophysical Society, 2014-2019; Reviewer for NIH EBIT and ISD study sections, NSF reviewer