Dr. Gary Kruppa
Gary Kruppa currently serves as the vice president for proteomics at Bruker Datlonics Inc. He manages a growing global team of applications and applications development scientists, focused on customer support and developing new proteomics applications. Dr. Kruppa earned his Ph. D. in chemical physics at CalTech. Dr. Kruppa has been working with Bruker since 1991 eventually serving as Vice President for FTMS. From 2001 to 2004 Dr. Kruppa ran his own research lab at Sandia National Labs, where he and his team developed novel methods and reagents for chemical crosslinking of proteins. From 2004 to 2014 he served as vice president for business development at Bruker. From 2014 to 2016 Dr. Kruppa served as CEO of MRM Proteomics Inc. Dr. Kruppa returned to Bruker in 2016 to serve as vice president for proteomics, where he helped launch the revolutionary timsTOF Pro QTOF mass spectrometer powered by the PASEF method.