Amanda Hummon, PhD

Amanda Hummon


College of Arts and Sciences


Chemistry and Biochemistry

Academic Title

Assoc Professor

Research Program

Molecular Carcinogenesis and Chemoprevention

Dr. Hummon's research interests lie at the intersection of analytical chemistry and chemical biology, with a focus on cancer biology. Her lab develops analytical methods to evaluate the proteome, phosphoproteome and metabolome in cancer cells, while exploring the deregulation in cancer-associated signal transduction pathways. They use global mass spectrometric profiling to quantitatively assess the altered abundance of biomolecules in cancer cells, particularly in colon cancer. They have used this approach to examine patient samples, mouse xenografts and immortalized cell lines. Dr. Hummon's lab also develops imaging mass spectrometry methods to track the penetration and metabolism of chemotherapies in tumors and three-dimensional cell cultures.


  • Post-doctoral, University of Illinois

    Urbana, IL (USA)

Office Location

414 BRT

460 W 12th Ave, Columbus, OH 43210




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