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- April 2015
Dr. Vamsikrishna Kandhi was nominated for the NCSU College of Sciences EPA Award for Excellence.
- 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
- 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
- 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.
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."