About the Center for Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics

The Center for Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics (CMSP) facility provides support to the life sciences research community at the University of Minnesota. The CMSP - a subunit of theDepartment of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics (BMBB) - is based on both campuses. CMSP provides expertise, equipment, training, and support for analyzing all types of biological molecules - with a focus on proteomic and metabolomic applications. With years of experience serving the entire biological science area of the University, the CMSP staff has a wide range of expertise in analytical methods used to characterize a broad range of molecule types. In addition to large-scale discovery studies, proteins, metabolites or other molecules of interest can be validated by targeted mass spectrometry methods.

Advisory Committee

Adrian Hegeman

hegem007@umn.edu 

CFANS/CBS

Amy Skubitz

skubi002@umn.edu 

Medical School

Ann Fallon

College of Natural Resources

Chris Wendt

wendt005@umn.edu 

Medical School/ VA

David Bernlohr

bernl001@umn.edu

CBS/Medical School

Gary Nelsestuen

nelse002@umn.edu

CBS/Medical School

Jerry Cohen

cohen047@umn.edu

College of Natural Resources

Kenny Beckman

kbeckman@umn.edu 

UM Genomics Center

Laurie Parker

llparker@umn.edu

CBS/Medical School

Mark DiStefano

diste001@umn.edu 

CSE/Pharmacy

Mary Porter

porte001@umn.edu 

CBS/Medical School

Srinand Sreevatsan

sreev001@umn.edu 

Vet Med

Yue Chen

yuechen@umn.edu 

CBS/Medical School

Support