Sarah has over 10 years of laboratory experience with small molecule analysis using LC/MS/MS, GC/MS/MS, and MALDITOF instrumentation as well as metagenomic analysis experience. After earning her BSc in biological sciences from Colorado State University Sarah worked as a Research Associate at the Proteomics and Metabolomics Facility at CSU where she collaborated with academic and industry researchers in the context of targeted and non-targeted metabolomics. In 2019, Sarah moved to Canada to earn her MSc at the University of British Columbia where she conducted research on the diversity and function of indigenous yeasts in Okanagan vineyards using mass spectrometry as well as metagenomic techniques to characterize wild fungal communities and their fermentation properties. At Supra Research & Development Sarah focuses on LC/MS/MS method development as well as conducting routine analysis on plant and animal tissues.
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