NIH-funded, shared instrumentation laboratory located in the Biochemistry Department and directed by Professor John Markley. NMRFAM contains nine modern multinuclear NMR spectrometers with field strengths between 400 MHz and 900 MHz equipped for the most demanding multidimensional, multinuclear spectroscopic applications. Cryogenically cooled probes are installed on five of the instruments. Both Bruker and Varian spectrometers are available. Projects focus on structural determinations and development of methods. NMRFAM staff members carry out core research projects and make available to service and collaborative users the techniques and technology developed through these projects.
a 256 channel EEG facility for stand-alone and combined electrical and hemodynamic imaging studies; and
dedicated computing facilities.
The lab currently is home to faculty with expertise in neuroscience and psychology, physics and statistics. In addition, the lab includes trained personnel to facilitate imaging studies. The lab is a joint venture of the Waisman Center and the HealthEmotions Research Institute.