Chris Sauer


Graduate Student


Neenah, WI


B.S. in Chemistry, University of Minnesota

"The research in the Li Lab is highly interdisciplinary and I am able to use my background in chemistry to study critical problems in biology (environmental stress, disease, etc.)"

About Me

I came to Madison wanting to study bioanalytical chemistry. After meeting Dr. Li, I realized our research interests were similar and her mentoring style seemed like a good fit for me. I like that the group has diverse projects and is developing relevant mass spectrometry methods to study a variety of biological problems.

I am developing mass spectrometry methods to study crustacean neuropeptides in relation to environmental stress. Specifically, I am interested in the signaling pathways involved in the response to hypoxia and heavy metal toxicity, and using novel isobaric labels (DiLeu) for multiplexed quantitation.

Li Research Group

 University of Wisconsin Madison

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