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  • Administrative Resources  | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Mass Spectrometry Research Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR Chemistry Storeroom Glass Shop Chemical Hygiene Plan Forms and Reservations Alumni Alumni Notes Giving Home Administrative Resources Administrative Resources Helpful Links Travel References Departmental Pre Travel Authorization Form CONCUR Application Travel at Vanderbilt CONCUR Training VU Travel Policy Rental Car Insurance ID GO Upcoming Events Prof Qiu Wang Duke University Recent News View RSS feed See Our Campus Your Vanderbilt Alumni

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/chemistry/administrative_resources.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Faculty Resources | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Faculty Resources Laboratories Mass Spectrometry Research Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR Chemistry Storeroom Glass Shop Chemical Hygiene Plan Forms and Reservations Alumni Alumni Notes Giving Home Faculty Resources Faculty Resources Helpful Links CONCUR Quick Guide Conflict of Interest And Commitment Policy And Process Strategic Plan Committees GO Upcoming Events Prof Qiu Wang Duke University Recent News View RSS feed See Our Campus Your Vanderbilt Alumni Current Students Faculty Staff

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  • Laboratories | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Research Area Listed Alphabetically Research Listed by Area Listed by Investigator Interdisciplinary Initiatives Colloquium Schedule Facilities Resources Administrative Resources Faculty Resources Laboratories Mass Spectrometry Research Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR Chemistry Storeroom Glass Shop Chemical Hygiene Plan Forms and Reservations Alumni Alumni Notes Giving Home Laboratories Laboratories Facilities and Resources Links Laboratories Mass Spectrometry Research Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR Both undergraduate and graduate students have access to Vanderbilt s state of the art laboratory facilities including world class mass spectrometry facilities a powder X ray diffraction system a rotating anode X ray diffractometer X ray photoelectron spectrometers a secondary ion mass spectrometer laser microprobe mass spectrometer UV Vis FT IR and Raman spectrometers an electronic circular dichroism spectrometer high resolution continuous wave and ultrafast laser spectrometers a fluorimeter an oligonucleotide synthesizer an atomic force microscope polarimeters a surface area and porosity analyzer and a high resolution thermal gravimetric analyzer Instrument Laboratory X Ray Diffraction Laboratory GO Upcoming Events Prof Qiu Wang Duke University Recent News View RSS feed See Our Campus Your Vanderbilt Alumni Current Students Faculty Staff International Students Media Parents Family Prospective Students Researchers Sports Fans Visitors Neighbors Connect with Vanderbilt Twitter Facebook YouTube iTunesU

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  • Mass Spectrometry Research Center | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    and Resources Links Laboratories Mass Spectrometry Research Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR The Mass Spectrometry Research Center MSRC brings state of the art mass spectrometry expertise methodology and instrumentation to the research and clinical infrastructure of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center Mass spectrometry is a powerful method of analyzing the molecular weight and structure of a wide variety of molecules and has extensive applications in chemistry biology medicine and forensics Compounds ranging from small drugs and metabolites to large biomolecules such as proteins can be characterized with attomole sensitivity and ppm mass accuracy Richard Caprioli is the Director of the MSRC Dr Caprioli is one of the top mass spectroscopists in the world He has published over 300 scientific papers including three books He holds more than 10 patents in scientific achievement In 2003 Dr Caprioli received the Thomson Medal Award from the International Mass Spectrometry Society for outstanding achievements in mass spectrometry and for distinguished service to international mass spectrometry He received the Field and Franklin Award from the American Chemical Society in April 2006 for Outstanding Achievement in Mass Spectrometry He has been named as one of the Pioneers in Proteomics by the National Institutes of Health The MSRC at Vanderbilt University consists of the Proteomics Laboratory the Mass Spectrometry Core the Caprioli and Schey Research Labs the Tissue Profiling and Imaging Core and a Bioinformatics Group The MSRC instrument facility currently houses 33 mass spectrometers of which 18 have been assigned to the shared resource Specialized instruments for imaging and proteomic studies are also available such as high resolution matrix spotters a cryomacrotome for whole animal imaging studies a high resolution digital microscope for documenting histology data a 2D gel fluorescence imaging and 2D gel processing robot Fifteen mass spectrometers with specialized analytical capabilities are available

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  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (NMR) | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Forms and Reservations Alumni Alumni Notes Giving Home Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR Facilities and Resources Links Laboratories Mass Spectrometry Research Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR Vanderbilt University has two NMR facilities housing a total of ten state of the art NMR spectrometers They are available to all Vanderbilt faculty staff and students Instruments in the Small Molecule Facility are used for structure elucidation of small organic molecule from synthesis natural compounds or metabolites as well as polymer organometallic inorganic material nanoparticle or other studies In the Biomolecular Facility the emphasis is to determine the atomic resolution structures of DNA and proteins and their complexes identify the dynamics of those molecules or ligand interaction sites and many other applications Training classes are available on three levels Basic 1D NMR Advanced and 2D NMR and Special Topics They are offered to all users and are typically held several times a year These training classes focus on the practical aspects of acquiring and processing NMR data sets Two full time staff are available to assist students and maintain the facilities Visit the NMR Facilities Small Molecule Facility MRB IV Facility Biomolecular NMR Center GO Upcoming Events

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  • Chemistry Storeroom | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR Chemistry Storeroom Glass Shop Chemical Hygiene Plan Forms and Reservations Alumni Alumni Notes Giving Home Chemistry Storeroom Chemistry Storeroom Chemicals Glassware Apparatus Staff Paulette Lynch Storeroom Manager Jackie Brown Administrative Asst I Robert Padgett Office Assistant IV Contact us at 322 2581 7300 A SC Catalog Click here for our updated catalog GO Upcoming Events Prof Qiu Wang Duke University Recent News View RSS feed See

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  • Glass Shop | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Vanderbilt Glassblowing Shop is operated by the chemistry department to provide scientific glassware design and fabrication Both custom and standard glassware are available at significantly reduced prices for the scientific community at Vanderbilt University and surrounding research and teaching entities The Chemistry Glassblowing Shop is fully equipped to accommodate non commercial design and fabrication of specialty scientific glassware We have the capability to work with various types of glass such as Borosilicate Quartz and Soft Glass Services offered Design and fabrication of new and unique laboratory glassware Repair and or modification of existing glassware Consultation and or assistance in designing special glassware In addition the glass shop can reduce your costs by producing standard catalog glassware such as condensers chromatography columns reservoirs traps flasks air free glassware and micro scale glassware for organic teaching laboratories WHY SHOULD I USE THE VANDY GLASS SHOP TO MAKE STANDARD ITEMS AVAILABLE FROM OTHER SOURCES Utilizing the chemistry glass shop for its custom glass design and production guarantees its availability for routine cost saving repair or modification of existing laboratory glassware For a free estimate of your glassware requirements please contact Thomas Howe at the Chemistry Glass Shop CHEMISTRY GLASS SHOP 5503 STEVENSON CENTER

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  • Alumni Notes | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Notes Alumni Notes Vanderbilt Chemistry 2015 Vanderbilt Chemistry 2014 Vanderbilt Chemistry 2013 Click here to add a note Class of 2010 Steve Townsend PhD Advisor Professor Gary Sulikowski After completing my thesis work in 2010 I moved to NYC where I completed a postdoctoral tour with Sam Danishefsky at Columbia and Sloan Kettering Institute In 2014 I was recruited back to Vanderbilt where my group is focusing on the synthesis

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