Since 2016, the Proteomics Core significantly impacted research within Vermont and neighboring states. The Core’s users have grown from 38 in 2006 to over 150 in 2019.
- Supported 41 grants that involve heavy use of the proteomics Core over the past three years (a total of 55 since 2006)
- Received co-authorship or acknowledgement in 64 publications since 2015 [a total of 155 since 2006, including 6 from Dartmouth, 1 from Jackson Laboratory, 2 from Hawaii, 1 from Mississippi, 122 from UVM and8 from Vermont Primarily Undergraduate institutions (PUI)].
- Received samples from 15 States over the past three years, including 7 IDEA States (HI, ME, ND, NH, PR, MS, VT), in addition to international collaborations (e.g., IIB-INTECH, Argentina).
- Collaborated with eight investigators from our PUI in Vermont.
We have fostered a robust culture of research in Vermont. The Core participated in the education (lectures and hands-on data analysis) of over 300 undergraduates at the University of Vermont and through a two-month proteomics module at our Vermont PUI, in addition to supporting a class from SUNY Plattsburg.