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Jun Han

Metabolomics Research Scientist

Dr. Han received his M.S. degree and PhD from China Pharmaceutical University and has 8 years of experience in GLP-compliant analytical method development and validation for regulatory pharmaceutical analysis.   Since 2001, Dr. Han received his postdoctoral training at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill and Medical University of South Carolina, and has acquired extensive research skills and expertise in proteomics and metabolomics.  Dr. Han joined the UVic-Genone BC Proteomics Centre in February 2007 and is now a senior scientist and the group leader of metabolomics at the centre.  Dr. Han is also an adjunct assistant professor at the Division of Medical Sciences, University of Victoria.  He stays current with new developments in the field of mass spectrometry-based metabolomics and plays a key role in technical support and method development of untargeted and targeted metabolomics using diversified LC-MS and MADLI-MS techniques at the Victoria node of The Metabolomics Innovation Centre (TMIC).   Since 2009, Dr. Han’s research focus has been on technological development of new UPLC-MRM/MS and UPLC-high-resolution MS methods for high-throughput and full-profile analysis of endogenous metabolites in different metabolic pathways.  Dr. Han has published nearly 90 peer-reviewed research and review papers thus far.

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