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Quantitative Proteomics and Metabolomics Center
Graduate Course
A graduate course, Biol. 4260, Proteomics Laboratory is offered every fall semester.  This course provides an introduction to the field of proteomics and emphasizes hands-on experience with liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (electrospray ionization) and MALDI-TOF. Students will gain experience performing in-gel digests and operating  mass spectrometers. They will also gain intensive training in data analysis for both MALDI-TOF data and LC-MS fragmentation data using proteomics software and web resources. This course is open to students in the M.A. in biotechnology program, Ph.D. program and advanced undergraduates.  This course meets on Friday afternoons at 12:30 PM.
 
Departmental and Lab Group Meetings
Does your lab group or department want to hear more about how quantitative discovery proteomics can enhance your research program? Contact us to schedule a talk for your group.

Speakers Bureau        
A speakers bureau service is offered under which the center director or research scientists from the center are happy to give talks to departments and groups inside and outside Columbia.