Proteomics Resource Facility
A mass spectrometry-based facility dedicated exclusively for bottom-up proteomics offering wide-ranging proteomic services in a highly cost-effective and timely manner. Proteomics Resource Facility (PRF) is located in room 3554/3556 at MSRB II. The PRF has all the necessary expertise and instrumentation to fulfill its mission right here on campus providing opportunities for close interaction with PRF personnel to fine-tune experiments for a successful outcome. After beginning operations in 2007 within the Department of Pathology, the PRF transitioned to the Biomedical Research Core Facilities in the fall of 2022.
ALEXEY I. NESVIZHSKII, PH.D.
DIRECTOR, PROTEOMICS RESOURCE FACILITY
PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY AND COMPUTATIONAL MEDICINE AND BIOINFORMATICS
Dr. Nesvizhskii is a world-renowned expert in proteomics and bioinformatics. Computational tools developed by Dr. Nesvizhskii and his team, which include Trans-Proteomic Pipeline, FragPipe, MSFragger, DIA-Umpire and numerous others, are among the most widely used proteome informatics tools used by hundreds of laboratories around the world.
VENKATESHA BASRUR, Ph.D.
Research Associate Scientist/Laboratory Manager
Department of Pathology
After obtaining his Ph.D. in biochemistry, Dr. Basrur has worked at the forefront of mass spectrometry-based proteomics as manager of proteomics facilities at NCI, University of Toledo and since 2007, at the University of Michigan. He has over two decades of experience in assisting researchers with experimental design, data analysis, interpretation of the results, and day-to-day laboratory management.
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