Dave Schriemer

Child Health & Wellness Researcher

Child Brain & Mental Health Program


Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology


Department of Physiology and Pharmacology

PhD (Doctor of Philosophy)

Contact information


Office: 403.210.3811

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Office : HRIC2AA22



  • Autism
  • Bioinformatics
  • Brain

Research Summary

Our laboratory maintains a fundamental research program in structural proteomics. We are interested in understanding how governing principles behind molecular interactions serve to organize protein function at a scale beyond that of the individual protein. Using the tools of proteomics, structural biology and computation modeling, we study structure-function relationships in large multicomponent protein systems, with a view to understanding how function can be regulated at this “mesoscale”. To this end, our group specializes in biological mass spectrometry. We are actively involved in developing the technology as a key provider of modeling data and work collaboratively to move structure determination closer to cellular-level activity. A high level of expertise in proteomics allows us to explore collaborative translational research opportunities in the area of brain cancer, autism and celiac disease.