My name is Cameron Naylor, and I am a third year who joined the Clowers group in fall of 2016. I graduated from Western Carolina University with a B.S. in chemistry in 2015 and worked briefly as a lab analyst for Eastman Chemical Company in the cellulose esters division before coming to WSU.
My current research involves exploring fundamentals of Trapped Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry (TIMS) and how they relate to drift tube IMS (DTIMS) using our printed circuit board IMS designs. Some of the on going projects involve using thermometer ions to assess the energy ions experience within the TIMS device and trying to optimize calibration of high mobility ions. Additionally, I am interested in examining ion-neutral interactions in mixed drift gas environments and how that changes mobility measurements.
Reinecke, T.; Naylor, C. N.; Clowers, B. H. Ion Multiplexing: Maximizing Throughput and Signal to Noise Ratio for Ion Mobility Spectrometry. Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 2019, Accepted for Publication. DOI: 10.1016/j.trac.2019.03.014
Naylor, C.N.; Ridgeway, M.E.; Park, M.A.; Clowers, B.H.“Blanc’s Law for the ESI Era: Predicting Ion Mobility in Mixed Drift Gases” American Society of Mass Spectrometry 67th Conference on Mass Spectrometry. June 2019.
Naylor, C.N.; Ridgeway, M.E.; Park, M.A.; Clowers, B.H.“Energetic characterization Using Termometer Ions of Trapped Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry (TIMS)” Northwest Regional Meeting
of the American Chemical Society. June 2018
Naylor, C.N.; Ridgeway, M.E.; Park, M.A.; Clowers, B.H.“Characterization of Trapped Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry (TIMS) Using Benzylamine Termometer Ions” American Society of Mass Spectrometry 66th Conference on Mass Spectrometry. June 2018