Corinne received a BSc in Chemistry from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, USA. She then completed her Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry at Indiana University (Bloomington, Indiana, USA) where she gained an expertise in single-particle mass spectrometry and developed new methods to study large protein complexes. She joined the University of Oxford in the Department of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry as a Marie Curie Fellow in 2019. Here, she studies membrane proteins involved in pain tolerance and drug addiction and develops new methods to study them in the context of their native cellular environments.
Corinne’s research interests include the development of new methods in mass spectrometry to solve challenging biological problems. To know more, follow her projects on ResearchGate (linked above).