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Frederick Klink

Fred received a degree in biochemistry from Northwestern University and completed graduate studies
in forensic chemistry at the University of Illinois. He spent seventeen years in the analytical instrument
business where he held positions as an applications chemist, development project manager, product
manager, marketing manager, and manager for strategic planning. Fred has been teaching highly
regarded courses in mass spectrometry, solid-phase extraction, and protein analysis since 1996.

Fred's specialty is HPLC and SPE technologies and the application of mass spectrometry to protein
characterization.  Fred is the author of several journal articles and two book chapters: one on LC/MS
for the Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry (Wiley, 2010) and another on chromatography systems
in Cunico, Gooding, And Wehr, Basic HPLC and CE of Biomolecules (BBL, 1998). Fred is also a principal
contributor to the monthly column MS Solutions. He is a member of the American Chemical Society and
American Society for Mass Spectrometry.