Darren Sherrell

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Darren Sherrell is the serial crystallography beamline scientist on I24. He Recieved his BSc Hons in theoretical physics from Queen Mary in London before emigrating to the United States. He left his positon as the beamline engineer at 4.2.2 at the Advanced Light Source in Berkeley to pursue his PhD in BioPhysics at the Canadian Light Source in Saskatoon. He started work at Diamond in July 2014.

Email: darren.sherrell@diamond.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 123577 8455

Key Research Area

Key Research Area

Key Research Area

  • Diffraction Spectroscopy
  • Serial Crystallography
  • Metalloprotein
  • XFEL/SR Diffraction Techniques
  • Data Visualization
  • Motion Control
  • Sample Delivery
  • Beamline Engineering

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Research Expertise -

Current Research Interests

My research has particular interests in synchrotron or FEL serial crystallography (SSX, SFX) as well as anomalous dispersion, motion control and data visualization. Research includes applications of transmission and fluorescence spectra during crystallographic data collection. Expanding crystallography by separating absorption spectra profiles of elementally identical atoms from within macromolecules. Applying large scale data analysis to spectra and diffraction. I also do a lot of beamline development so that we have a more integrated and holistic approach from motion control all the way to data analysis.

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Collaborations

2017 XFEL Collaborators - SACLA
2017 XFEL Collaborators - SACLA
Helen Duyvesteyn, Tadeo Moreno Chicano, Ali Ebrahim, Richard Strange, Mike Hough, Darren Sherrell, Robin Owen, Jonathan Worrall
Publications - +

Publications

2017
Time zero determination for FEL pump-probe studies based on ultrafast melting of bismuth

SW Epp, M Hada, Y Zhong, Y Kumagai, K Motomura, S Mizote, T Ono, ...Structural Dynamics 4 (5), 054308

Low-dose fixed-target serial synchrotron crystallography
RL Owen, D Axford, DA Sherrell, A Kuo, OP Ernst, EC Schulz, RJD Miller, ...
Acta Crystallographica Section D: Structural Biology 73 (4), 373-378
 
Serial Synchrotron Cryallography with a Fixed Target
HM Mueller-Werkmeister, EC Schulz, DA Sherrell, D Axford, F Tellkamp, ...
Biophysical Journal 112 (3), 579a

2016
Fixed target combined with spectral mapping: approaching 100% hit rates for serial crystallography

S Oghbaey, A Sarracini, HM Ginn, O Pare-Labrosse, A Kuo, A Marx, ...
Acta Crystallographica Section D: Structural Biology 72 (8), 944-955
 
Radiation damage and derivatization in macromolecular crystallography: a structure factor's perspective
RL Owen, DA Sherrell
Acta Crystallographica Section D: Structural Biology 72 (3), 388-394
 
Capturing Functionally Relevant Protein Motions at the Atomic Level: Femtosecond Time Resolved Serial Crystallography of Ligand Dissociation of Carboxy-Myoglobin
HM Müller-Werkmeister, A Kuo, HM Ginn, S Oghbaey, A Sarracini, ...
Biophysical Journal 110 (3), 513a

2015
A modular and compact portable mini-endstation for high-precision, high-speed fixed target serial crystallography at FEL and synchrotron sources

DA Sherrell, AJ Foster, L Hudson, B Nutter, J O'Hea, S Nelson, ...
Journal of synchrotron radiation 22 (6), 1372-1378

2014
Diffraction spectroscopy of metalloproteins

DA Sherrell
 
<2014
Probing the coordination behavior of Hg 2+, CH 3 Hg+, and Cd 2+ towards mixtures of two biological thiols by HPLC-ICP-AES

KL Pei, M Sooriyaarachchi, DA Sherrell, GN George, J Gailer
Journal of inorganic biochemistry 105 (3), 375-381
 
Superconducting High‐Resolution X‐Ray Spectrometers For Chemical State Analysis Of Dilute Samples
S Friedrich, OB Drury, T Funk, DA Sherrell, VK Yachandra, SE Labov, ...
AIP Conference Proceedings 705 (1), 985-988