We allocate NMR time equitably so all researchers can collect data in a reasonable amount of time. E-mail your request for NMR time one week in advance to David Jones, PhD, NMR Core Director. Include the following information in your e-mail:
- Amount of time needed. Time is generally allocated in one-day slots, although you may request shorter periods.
- Experiments you will run
- Types of samples you will use
- Special considerations, such as "Sample is stable for only 3 days"
You will receive an email confirming your scheduled time.
- If you can't use your allocated time, please contact David Jones so he can rebook the time with another user
- Users who have booked NMR time have priority. If the machine appears vacant, do not use it unless you have spoken directly to the scheduled user. Voicemail an/or email is not acceptable.
- If you use vacant time, please e-mail David Jones so we can record your usage.
Note on 500: Mondays on the 500 MHz spectometer are set aside for group that need to acquire short 1D experiments. These schedules may be changed at any time. View the online schedules to see available times.
X-Ray Crystallography Scheduling
Due to the long-term nature of any crystallographic project, we encourage CU Cancer Center members interested in macromolecular structural determination to form collaboration with a crystallographer CU Cancer Center member. We will help facilitate the formation of such collaborations.
To schedule service, please e-mail the following information to Sarah Roemer, Core Manager:
- Affiliation/CU Cancer Center Member
- Phone Number
- Type of service requested