Office of Research

Mass Spectrometry Center


The Mass Spectrometry Center in the School of Pharmacy 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.

Core Services Offered

Recognizing the diversity of research interests on- and off-campus, the Center offers the following three "for fee" services to the scientific community: Submitted Sample Analysis; Investigator instrument Use; and Protocol Development.

Funding Information:

Various from a range of Investigators. We operate as a fee for service center.

Related UW Entities:

School of Medicine, Department of Neurology,
School of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutics,
College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Chemistry,
School of Dentistry,
College of Engineering, Department of Material Sciences and Engineering

Center Details

Director: Kunze, Kent
Location: I-093 Health Science Center
Year Started: 1985
Administrator / Program Manager: Whittington, Dale
Administering College/School: School of Pharmacy 
P.I. Home Department: Department of Medicinal Chemistry 
Faculty Involvement: 1