News

  • June 2013
    A Thermo Fisher Scientific Exactive Plus MS was purchased for the facility to replace the aging Agilent Technologies 6210 LC-ESI-TOF-MS. Funding was obtained through NCSU.
  • April 2013
    Ms. Danielle Lehman was an EPA nominee for the NCSU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Award for Excellence. She was also honored in recognition of 5 years of valuable service to NC State University and the State of North Carolina during the same program.
  • January 2013
    Dr. Vamsikrishna Kandhi becomes Laboratory Manager of the facility.
  • May 2012
    An AB Sciex 5800 MALDI-TOF/TOF MS was purchased for the facility to replace the aging Bruker Daltonics Omniflex MALDI-TOF MS. Funding was obtained through Christopher S. Brown, Associate Vice Chancellor for Research Development at NCSU.
  • November 2011
    An Eksigent cHiPLC nanoflex system was purchased (donation by Dr. Muddiman from his PAMS retention package) & installed on the Eksigent nanoLC 1D+ system interfaced with the LTQ-Orbitrap XL. This has simplified nanoLC experiments, minimizing dead volume while improving reproducibility.
  • June 2010
    A Thermo Fisher Scientific TSQ Quantum Discovery MAX Triple Quadrupole MS was purchased for the facility.
  • March 2010
    Dr. Taufika Islam Williams was nominated for the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences EPA Award for Excellence by Professors David Muddiman and Laura Sremaniak.
  • October 2008
    Dr. Taufika Islam Williams becomes director of the facility.
  • May 2008
    Danielle Lehman joins the facility.
  • April 2008
    Laboratory renovations completed. The MSF now has a new and improved look to complement its new instrumentation.
  • March 2008
    Matthew M. Lyndon receives the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences EPA Award for Excellence. He was nominated by Professors David Muddiman, Jon Lindsey and Ken Hanck.
  • 2007
    North Carolina Biotechnology Center awards $187,500 grant for "Acquisition of an Accurate Mass Electrospray Ionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer with the Versatility and Throughput to Support Diverse Research Programs and Education."

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