Sunday, March 10, 2013
CBTC at University of Toronto is open and looking for collaborators/clients wanting top-notch MS work
After some reorganization, the Center for Biological Timing and Cognition at the University of Toronto was down for a bit. With new management and guidance, is up and fully operational now and looking for clients and collaborators. If you are looking for some top-notch analytical technology, as well as a skilled staff to run this for or with you, definitely check out this center. You can follow this link to see what services they offer, but I can assure you that they are loaded with some great technology.
Besides an Orbitrap for Proteomics, they also have the capabilities for small molecule quantification as well as high tech fractionation and enrichment techniques such as off-line HPLC and capillary electrophoresis.
It doesn't end at mass spec either. They've got DNA sequencers and thermo cyclers and all sorts of other goodies.
You can follow this link for more information or contact: Dr. Suzanne Ackloo (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ken Seergobin (email@example.com)