Steve Broome Print


I graduated from West Chester University in 2014 with a B.S. in Biology (concentrating in Cellular and Molecular Biology) and a minor in Chemistry. Following graduation, I worked as a summer intern for GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK) biological mass spectrometry and proteomics group.  I was amazed by the powerful ability of high resolution mass spectrometers to quickly identify and quantitate entire proteomes. After the summer internship, I was granted further employment with GSK for over a year. I am now employed by a small company called Biopharmaspec, where I characterize biopharmaceuticals using high resolution mass spectrometry and other techniques, work I find challenging and rewarding.  My education at West Chester University gave me the scientific foundation I needed to easily transition into the field of biological mass spectrometry. The scientific education, hands-on lab experience, and independent research experience I received at were crucial for my ability to discover and work in a field I enjoy.