Ryland T. Giebelhaus

Publications

Denotes equal authorship

  1. Seo Lin Nam, Ryland T. Giebelhaus, Kieran S. Tarazona Carrillo, A. Paulina de la Mata, and James J. Harynuk. Evaluation of normalization strategies for GC‐based metabolomics, Metabolomics, 2024, 20:22, 10.1007/s11306-023-02086-8
  2. Nuttanee Tungkijanansin, Ryland T. Giebelhaus, Sheri A. Schmidt, Thumnoon Nhujak, Kaywalee Chatdarong, Pattama Torvorapanit, James J. Harynuk, and Chadin Kulsing. Identification of Coronavirus Disease Marker Compounds in Sweat with Comprehensive Two Dimensional Gas Chromatography Using Multiloop Splitter-Based Non-cryogenic Artificial Trapping Modulation System, Journal of Chromatography Open, 2024, 100113; 10.1016/j.jcoa.2023.100113
  3. Valendy Thesnor, Roland Molinié, Ryland T. Giebelhaus, A. Paulina de la Mata, James J. Harynuk, David Bénimélis, Muriel Sylvestre, Yvens Cheremond, Patrick Meffre, Gerardo Cebrián-Torrejón, and Zohra Benfodda. Antibacterial activity and untargeted metabolomics profiling of Acalypha arvensis Poepp, Molecules, 2023, 28, 7882; 10.3390/molecules28237882
  4. Jonathan P Mochel, Jessica L Ward, Thomas Blondel, Debosmita Kundu, Maria M Merodio, Claudine Zemirline, Emilie Guillot, Ryland T. Giebelhaus, Paulina de la Mata, Chelsea A Iennarella-Servantez, April Blong, Seo Lin Nam, James J Harynuk, Jan Suchodolski, Asta Tvarijonaviciute, José Joaquín Cerón, Agnes Bourgois-Mochel, Faiez Zannad, Naveed Sattar, and Karin Allenspach. A Preclinical Model of Obesity-Independent Metabolic Syndrome for Studying the Effects of Novel Antidiabetic Therapy Beyond Glycemic Control, Research Square, 2023, 100104; 10.21203/rs.3.rs-3569600/v1 (Preprint)
  5. Ryland T. Giebelhaus, A. Paulina de la Mata, and James J. Harynuk. Region of Interest Selection for GC×GC-MS Data using a Pseudo Fisher Ratio Moving Window with Connected Components Segmentation, Journal of Chromatography Open, 2023, 100104; 10.1016/j.jcoa.2023.100104
  6. Thomas Head, Ryland T. Giebelhaus, Seo Lin Nam, A. Paulina de la Mata, James J. Harynuk, and Paul R. Shipley. Discriminating Extra Virgin Olive Oils from Common Edible Oils: Comparable Performance of PLS-DA Models Trained on Low-Field and High-Field 1H NMR Data, ChemRxiv, 2023; 10.26434/chemrxiv-2023-kt0sx (Preprint)
  7. Ryland T. Giebelhaus, A. Paulina de la Mata, and James J. Harynuk. Region of Interest Selection for GC×GC-MS Data using a Pseudo Fisher Ratio Moving Window with Connected Components Segmentation, ChemRxiv, 2023; 10.26434/chemrxiv-2023-k1t7j (Preprint)
  8. Ryland T. Giebelhaus, Kieran Tarazona Carrillo, Seo Lin Nam, A. Paulina de la Mata, Juan F. Araneda, Paul Hui, Jonathan Ma, and James J. Harynuk. Detection of common adulterants in olive oils by bench top 60 MHz 1H NMR with partial least squares regression, Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, 2023, 105465; 10.1016/j.jfca.2023.105465
  9. Ryland T. Giebelhaus, Laura Biggs, Susan J. Murch, and Lauren A.E. Erland. Untargeted and targeted metabolomics to understand plant growth regulation and evolution in Wollemi pine (Wollemia nobilis), Botany, 2023, 101(9): 377-390.; 10.1139/cjb-2023-0017
  10. Katharina Völlmecke, Rowshon Afroz, Sascha Bierbach, Lee Josephine Brenker, Sebastian Frücht, Alexandra Glass, Ryland Giebelhaus, Axel Hoppe, Karen Kanemaru, Michal Lazarek, Lukas Rabbe, Longfei Song, Andrea Velasco Suarez, Shuang Wu, Michael Serpe, and Dirk Kuckling. Hydrogel-Based Biosensors, Gels, 2022, 8, 787; 10.3390/gels8120768
  11. Ryland T. Giebelhaus, Lauren A.E. Erland, and Susan J. Murch. HormonomicsDB: a novel workflow for the untargeted analysis of plant growth regulators and hormones. F1000Research, 2022, 11:1191; 10.12688/f1000research.124194.1
  12. Ryland T. Giebelhaus, Michael D. Sorochan Armstrong, A. Paulina de la Mata, and James J. Harynuk. Untargeted region of interest selection for gas chromatography - mass spectrometry data using a pseudo F-ratio moving window, Journal of Chromatography A, 2022, 1682, 463499; 10.1016/j.chroma.2022.463499
  13. Ryland T. Giebelhaus, Michael D. Sorochan Armstrong, A. Paulina de la Mata, and James J. Harynuk. Untargeted Region of Interest Selection for GC-MS Data using a Pseudo F-Ratio Moving Window (ψFRMV), ArXiV, 2022; 10.48550/ARXIV.2208.00313 (Preprint)
  14. Lauren A.E. Erland, Ryland T. Giebelhaus, Jerrin M.R. Victor, Susan J. Murch, and Praveen K. Saxena. The Morphoregulatory Role of Thidiazuron: Metabolomics-Guided Hypothesis Generation for Mechanisms of Activity, Biomolecules, 2020, 10(9), 1253; 10.3390/biom10091253

Selected Presentations

Presenter denoted with *

  1. Ryland T. Giebelhaus*, Ryan P. Dias, A. Paulina de la Mata, and James J. Harynuk, 2023, "Profiling and Characterizing the Volatile Exposome with Wristband-Based Passive Samplers and GC×GC-MS", 4th Annual Canadian Metabolomics Conference (CanMetCon) 2023, Niagara-on-the-lake, Ontario, June 15th - 16th. 1st Place Poster
  2. Ryland T. Giebelhaus*, Michael D. Sorochan Armstrong, Mason Bly, Yuxi Chen, Steven Heung, Kynan Sorochan, Zihan Wang, A. Paulina de la Mata, and James J. Harynuk, 2023, "Developing Novel Workflows for Processing GCxGC-TOFMS Data", 20th International GCxGC Symposium, Canmore, Alberta, May 28th - June 1st. (Young Scientist Invited Speaker). 1st Place Talk | Richard D. Sacks Award.
  3. Ryland T. Giebelhaus*, Sebastian Dosoftei, A. Paulina de la Mata, and James J. Harynuk, 2022, "Fluids three-ways: Comparison of dynamic head space, solid phase microextraction, and derivatization for the untargeted GCxGC-TOFMS metabolomics of urine and human breastmilk", 4th Annual Metabolomics Association of North America Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, September 16th - 18th.
  4. Ryland T. Giebelhaus*, Michael D.S. Armstrong, A. Paulina de la Mata, and James J. Harynuk, 2022, “Region of Interest Selection for GC-MS and GCxGC-TOFMS Data with a Pseudo Fisher Ratio Moving Window”, 105th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, Calgary, Alberta, June 13th - 17th.
  5. Ryland T. Giebelhaus, Lauren A.E. Erland, and Susan J. Murch*, 2022, “Hydrophilic interaction chromatography for quantification: Current challenges and future directions”, 105th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, Calgary, Alberta, June 13th - 17th.
  6. Ryland T. Giebelhaus*, Michael D.S. Armstrong, A. Paulina de la Mata, and James J. Harynuk, 2022, “Region of Interest Selection for GCxGC-TOFMS Data using a Pseudo Fisher Ratio Moving Window with Watershed Segmentation” (Poster), 19th International GCxGC Symposium, Online, May 29th to June 2nd. 1st Place Poster | Richard D. Sacks Award.
  7. Ryland T. Giebelhaus*, A. Paulina de la Mata, Ryan P. Dias, Matt S. Hicks, and James J. Harynuk, 2022, “The development of new analytical tools to better understand the impact of fetal and infant cannabis exposure” (Poster), 2022, University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine 2022 Pediatric Research Day, Edmonton, Alberta, April 20th.
  8. Ryland T. Giebelhaus*, Lauren A.E. Erland, and Susan J. Murch, 2021, “ A Snapshot in Time: Metabolomic comparison of the living fossil Wollemia nobilis and Araucaria heterophylla” (Poster), The 3rd Annual Metabolomics Association of North America Conference, Online, October 18 - 21st.
  9. Ryland T. Giebelhaus*, Lauren A.E. Erland, and Susan J. Murch, 2021, “HormonomicsDB: A new tool for analysis of plant growth regulators” (Poster), IUPAC | CCCE 2021, Online, August 17th. 1st Place Undergraduate Poster in Analytical Division.
  10. Ryland T. Giebelhaus*, Lauren A.E. Erland, Thu-Thuy T. Dang, and Susan J. Murch, 2021, “Are all kratom products created equal? Metabolomics of Mitragyna speciosa and commercial kratom products” (Poster), 60th Anniversary Meeting Phytochemical Society of North America, Online, July 25th - 30th.

Media and Press

  • MetaboInterview: CanMetCon 2023 Awardees: Article and video interview with MetaboNews discussing my poster which won first place at the 2023 Canadian Metabolomics Conference (CanMetCon 2023).
  • Doctoral Research Award: Canada Graduate Scholarships: Feature article on The Metabolomics Innovation Centre (TMIC) website announcing my CIHR CGS-D.
  • Interview with TMIC Young Scientists: Interview by The Metabolomics Innovation Centre (TMIC) where I discussed my talk at the 2022 Metabolomics Association of North America (MANA) conference.