Eric Armstrong

Position title: Researcher III


330 North Orchard Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53715
Room 2164


B.A., Honors Psychology and Biology, Gustavus Adolphus College

M.S., Oncology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Research Interests

Eric’s background is in the cell & molecular biology of cancer and its response to radiation and targeted therapies, including acquired resistance. His research in the Denu lab centers around mass-spectrometric analysis of histone post-transcriptional modifications.


American Association for Cancer Research

Recent Publications

Benchmarking Quantitative Performance in Label-Free Proteomics. Dowell JA, Wright LJ, Armstrong EA and Denu JM. ACS Omega 2021.

Acetyl-CoA flux regulates the proteome and acetyl-proteome to maintain intracellular metabolic crosstalk. Dieterich IA, Lawton AJ, Peng Y, Yu Q, Rhoads, TW, Overmyer, KA, Cui Y, Armstrong EA, Howell PR, Burhans MS, Li L, Denu JM, Anderson RM, Puglielli L. Nat Commun 2019.

Bacterial Analogs of Plant Tetrahydropyridine Alkaloids Mediate Microbial Interactions in Rhizosphere Model System. Lozano GL, Bravo JI, Armstrong EA, Denu JM, Stabb EV, Broderick NA, Crawford JM, Handelsman. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2019.

Dynamic Acetylation of Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxykinase Toggles Enzyme Activity between Gluconeogenic and Anaplerotic Reactions. Latorre-Muro P, Baeza J, Armstrong EA, Hurtado-Guerrero R, Corzana F, Wu LE, Sinclair DA, López-Buesa P, Carrodeguas JA, Denu JM. Mol Cell 2018.

Identification of a Tissue-Restricted Isoform of SIRT1 Defines a Regulatory Domain that Encodes Specificity. Deota S, Chattopadhyay T, Ramachandran D, Armstrong EA, Camacho B, Maniyadath B, Fulzele A, Gonzalez-de-Peredo A, Denu JM, Kolthur-Seetharam U. Cell Rep 2017.