Mass Spectrometry Center
Located in I-court (I - 093) of the Health Sciences Building on the University of Washington campus (click here
for directions), the Mass Spectrometry Center is a self-sustaining instrument laboratory providing a wide variety of mass spectral services to the University and the research community-at-large on a recharge basis. The Center serves as a resource offering analytical and instructional expertise in contemporary mass spectrometric techniques and instrumentation with the primary aim of providing investigators with "hands-on" training and ready access to "state-of-the-art" instrumentation needed to develop and meet their research interests.
The Mass Spectrometry Center offers the following three categories of service:
- Submitted Sample Analysis Routine analyses performed by Center personnel;
- Investigator Instrument Use Instruction in the use and access to Center instrumentation by investigators; and
- Protocol Development Contracted development of separations methodologies and mass spectral protocols.