2023 Summer School on Computational Tools for Structural Interpretation of Ion Mobility Spectra – More information here


FSU-Bruker Virtual Colloquium on Trapped Ion Mobility Spectrometry/Mass Spectrometry (TIMS/MS) – More information here


Welcome to the Bleiholder Lab at Florida State University!

Research in the Bleiholder Laboratory focuses on the study of structure and function of proteins and their assemblies. One major area of interest to our group is the biochemistry of the so-called “glycan shield” formed by viral spike glycoproteins.

In pursuing this goal, we develop tandem-trapped ion mobility spectrometry/mass spectrometry instrumentation, novel computational approaches to elucidate protein structures from ion mobility data, and apply these methods to study human diseases.

Analytical Chemistry 92 (6), 4459-4467 (2020)