Reactor Monitoring and Simulation Laboratory
Steven Fischer received his bachelors in chemistry (1981) and masters in chemistry (1991) at California State University, Hayward. In 1986, he joined Agilent Technologies in Santa Clara (previously part of Hewlett-Packard Company) where he has designed and applied HPLC/MS instrumentation for analytical problems for 23 years. He has over 40 United States issued patents in the field of mass spectrometry and over 20 peer reviewed publications. He was the recipient of Agilent Technologies 2007 Bill Hewlett Award for outstanding instrument design innovation. He currently is Director of Omics Applications managing Agilent’s world wide metabolomics and proteomics program. His group works on developing solutions to the challenges of metabolomics, proteomics and integrated biology analysis.
His research interests include fields like metabolomics, proteomics and integrated biology analysis.