Joseph Mulholland

Joe obtained his Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from the University of Florida under the guidance of Rick Yost, an inventor of the triple quadrupole mass spectrometer. After Florida, Joe worked for Thermo as a field marketing specialist teaching customers how to better utilize their 3-D ion traps. He moved to Sanofi-aventis and performed structural elucidation on small molecule synthetic impurities. Making the leap to large molecules, Joe joined Janssen R&D in 2012 and now leads a team of scientists in the primary structure characterization of proteins and development of QC-friendly mass spectrometry methods.