The School of Pharmacy Mass Spectrometry Facility was established
in 2007 to centralize and organize the mass spectrometry instrumentation and
proteomics capabilities. Since then, the facility has expanded again,
with the arrival of the Reisdorph Lab in 2015. The facility now boasts
over 13 mass spectrometers with capabilities spanning proteomics, metabolomics,
small molecule analysis, and beyond.
The facility was established by the School of Pharmacy to
centralize and organize the mass spectrometry instrumentation and proteomics
capabilities. The purpose of the facility is to provide support to the faculty
members of the Department of Toxicology and Department of Pharmaceutical
Sciences and to the greater University of Colorado. The facility utilizes
advanced mass spectrometry instrumentation and techniques to assist researchers
with their proteomic, metabolomics, and small molecule research. As a
department resource we strive to foster an educational and collaborative
environment, and are committed to providing personal service to its users.
Opportunities for collaboration span the academic and industrial
sectors in the state of Colorado as well as nationwide. Training in
metabolomics/proteomics is periodically offered to researchers interested in
incorporating “omics” into their research program.