Dr. Anne Wagner has over 15 years of scientific research experience with 8 years specifically focused on consumer product research and development. She has a passion for science advocacy and communicating scientific concepts to a variety of audiences, teaching and mentoring students, and developing technical training for scientific professionals. She values research that impacts people’s daily lives and is committed to making high quality and ethical scientific contributions.
Dr. Wagner earned her bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Mount Holyoke College and her PhD in chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania, which focused on protein engineering to help develop new methods to analyze protein folding. She has authored several academic papers and has three awarded patents in cosmetic polymer formation.
- Transferase-Mediated Labeling of Protein N-Termini with Click Chemistry Handles (Springer Protocols)
- Efficient, Traceless Semi-Synthesis of α-Synuclein Labeled with a Fluorophore/Thioamide FRET Pair (Synlett)
- Expressed Protein Ligation at Methionine: N-Terminal Attachment of Homocysteine, Ligation, and Masking (Angewandte Chemie International Edition)
- N-Terminal Protein Modification Using Simple Aminoacyl Transferase Substrates (Journal of the American Chemical Society)
- Thymine Dimer-Induced Structural Changes to the DNA Duplex Examined with Reactive Probes (Biochemistry)