Dr. Scott Russell

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Academic History

Professor
California State University Stanislaus 2017 - present

Associate Professor
California State University Stanislaus 2012 - 2017

Assistant Professor
California State University Stanislaus 2006 - 2012

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow (Advisor Prof. Catherine Fenselau)
University of Maryland 2004 - 2006

PhD in Analytical Chemistry (Advisor Prof. Carlito Lebrilla)
University of California, Davis 2000-2004

BS in Chemistry
California State University, Stanislaus 1995-2000

Current Research Projects

  • Proteomic characterization of inhalable dust from the San Joaquin Valley
    • Undergraduate research students:  Lynsey Hillberg

Previous Research Students

  • Casey Santiago
  • Natalia Nole
  • Christopher Gilbertson
  • Summer Tate
  • Ravi Gandhi
  • Forrest Tolman
  • Guadalupe Montejano
  • Joseph Garfield
  • Livier Camarena
  • Janniri Chavez
  • Kevin Getz
  • Eshani Nandita
  • Ashley Dostie
  • CJ Mooneyham
  • Linda Vang
  • Colin Selby
  • Monny Singh
  • Randall Robinson
  • Ashley Parker
  • Anne Krueger
  • Mathew Smith
  • Joe Mashinchi
  • David Pritchard
  • Evan Parker
  • Rafael Palomino
  • Mark Lazari
  • Rodolfo Lopez
  • Jennifer Nguyen
  • Erik Busby
  • Jenice Arevalo
  • Miguel Leon
  • Ashneel Prasad

Publications

1.  Lavin, S. R.; Sullivan, K. E.; Wooley, S. C.; Robinson, R.; Singh, S.; Stone, K.; Russell, S. C.; Valdes, E. V. Nutrient and Plant Secondary Compound Composition and Iron-Binding Capacity in Leaves and Green Stems of Commonly Used Plant Browse (Carolina Willow; Salix caroliniana) Fed to Zoo-Managed Browsing Herbivores. Zoo Biol. 2015, 34, 565-575.

2.  Lavin, S. R.; Sullivan, K. E.; Wooley, S. C.; Stone, K.; Russell, S. C.; Valdes, E. V. Near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) analyses of nutrient composition and condensed tannin concentrations in carolina willow (Salix caroliniana). Zoo Biol. 2015, 34, 576-582.

3.   Russell, S. C. Rapid profiling of recombinant protein expression from crude cell cultures by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry (MALDI-MS).  In Rapid Characterization of Microorganisms by Mass Spectrometry;  Fenselau, C., Demirev, P., Eds.; ACS: Washington DC, 2011, 61-81.

4.  Morishetti, K.; Russell, S. C.; Zhao, X.; Robinson, D.; Ren, J.  Tandem mass spectrometry studies of protonated and alkali metalated peptoids: enhanced sequence coverage by metal cation addition. Int. J. Mass Spectrom.  2011, 308, 98-108.

5.  Li, B.; Russell, S. C.; Zhang, J.; Hedrick, J.; Lebrilla, C. B.; Structure determination by MALDI-IRMPD mass spectrometry and exoglycosidase digestions of O-linked oligosaccharides from Xenopus borealis egg jelly.  Glycobiology  2011, 21, 877-894.

6.  Nguyen, J.; Russell, S. C.  Targeted proteomics approach to species-level identification of Bacillus thuringiensis spores by AP-MALDI-MS.  J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom.  2010, 21, 993-1001.

7.  Russell, S. C. Microorganism characterization by single particle mass spectrometry. Mass Spectrom. Rev. 2009, 28, 376-387. 

8.   Russell, S. C.; Edwards, N.; Fenselau, C.  Detection of plasmid insertion in Escherichia coli by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry.  Anal. Chem. 2007. 79, 5399-5409.

9.  Swatkoski, S.; Russell, S. C.; Edwards, N.; Fenselau, C.  Analysis of a model virus using residue-specific chemical cleavage and MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry.  Anal. Chem. 2007. 79, 654-658.

10.   Fenselau, C.; Russell, S. C.; Swatkoski, S.; Edwards, N.  Proteomic strategies for rapid analysis of microorganisms.  Eur. J. Mass Spectrom. 13, 35-39 2007.

11.  Swatkoski, S.; Russell, S. C.; Edwards, N.; Fenselau, C.  Chemical digestion of small acid soluble spore proteins (SASPs) for rapid analysis of Bacillus spores.  Anal. Chem. 2006. 78, 181-188.  

12. Russell, S. C.; Czerwieniec, G.; Steele, P.; Riot, V.; Coffee, K.; Frank, M.; Gard, E. E.; Lebrilla, C. B.  Achieving high detection sensitivity (14 zmol) of biomolecular ions in bioaerosol mass spectrometry.  Anal. Chem. 2005, 77, 4734-4741.

13. Czerwieniec G.; Russell, S. C.; Steele, P.; Riot, V.; Coffee, K.; Frank, M.; Gard, E. E.; Lebrilla, C. B.  Improved sensitivity and mass range in time-of-flight bio-aerosol mass spectrometry utilizing an electrostatic ion guide. J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom. 2005, 16, 1866-1875.

14. Czerwieniec, G.; Russell, S. C.; Tobias, H.; Pitesky, M.; Fergenson, D.; Steele, P.; Srivastava, A.; Horn, J.; Frank, M.; Gard, E. E.; Lebrilla, C.  Stable isotope labeling of entire Bacillus atrophaeus spores and vegetative cells using bioaerosol mass spectrometry.  Anal. Chem.  2005, 77, 1081-1087.

15. Srivastava, A.; Pitesky, M. E.; Steele, P. T.; Tobias, H. J.; Fergenson, D. P.; Horn, J. M.; Russell, S. C.; Czerwieniec, G. A.; Lebrilla, C. B.; Gard, E. E.; Frank, M.  Comprehensive assignment of mass spectral signatures from individual Bacillus atrophaeus spores in matrix-free laser desorption/ionization bioaerosol mass spectrometry. Anal. Chem. 2005, 77, 3315-3323.

16. Russell S. C.; Czerwieniec G.; Tobias H.; Fergenson, D.; Steele P.; Pitesky, M.; Horn J.; Frank, M.; Gard, E. E.; Lebrilla, C. B.  Toward understanding the ionization of biomarkers from micrometer particles by bio-aerosol mass spectrometry.  J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom.  2004, 15, 900-909.

17. Zhang, J.; Schubothe, K.; Li, B.; Russell, S. C.; Lebrilla, C. B.  Infrared multiphoton dissociation of O-linked mucin-type oligosaccharides.  Anal. Chem. 2004, 77, 208-214.

18. Fergenson, D. P.; Pitesky, M. E.; Tobias, H. J.; Steele, P. T.; Czerwieniec, G. A.; Russell, S. C.; Lebrilla, C. B.; Horn, J. M.; Coffee, K. R.; Srivastava, A.; Pillai, S. P.; Shih, M.; Hall, H. L.; Ramponi, A. J.; Chang, J. T.; Langlois, R. G.; Estacio, P. L.; Hadley, R. T.; Frank, M.; Gard, E. E. Reagentless identification of individual bioaerosol particles in milliseconds. Anal. Chem. 2004, 76, 373-378.

19. Steele, P. T.; Tobias, H. J.; Fergenson, D. P.; Pitesky, M. E.; Horn, J. M.; Czerwieniec, G.; Russell, S. C.; Lebrilla, C. B.; Gard, E. E.; Frank, M. Laser power dependence of mass spectral signatures from individual bacterial spores for bioaerosol mass spectrometry. Anal. Chem. 2003, 75, 5480-5487.