Funding sources

A list of funding sources and projects at the Lumigen Instrument Center.

Grant-funded instrumentation

Instrument Grant number
Agilent 600 MHz NMR NSF 0840413
Bruker 500 MHz NMR NIH S10OD028488
GC-MS/MS (TSQ 9610 GCMSMS AEI NV with RSH SMART) NIH 5P42ES030991-02
Helium recovery system NSF 2303622
Jasco V-770 UV-vis-NIR Spectrophotometer U.S. Army ERDC W912HZ-21-2-0048
JEOL 2010 TEM NSF 0216084
JSM-7600 FE SEM NSF 0922912
Nexsa UV-Vis XPS NSF 1849578
Orbitrap Exploris 120 NIH R01GM098285-7S1
PXRD (Bruker D2 Phaser/D8 ADVANCE) NSF 1427926
Single Crystal XRD (Bruker D8 VENTURE) NIH 3R01EB027103-02S1
Talos F200 X G2S/STEM NSF 2018587
timsTOF Pro Mass Spectrometer (Bruker) NIH 1S10OD034231-01

Other funding

The Lumigen Instrument Center Mass Spectrometry Laboratory is an integral part of the Center for Urban Responses to Environmental Stressor (CURES). Our Mass Spectrometry Laboratory is one of six analytical laboratories making up the Exposure Signatures Facility Core. We provide targeted mass spectrometry analysis to determine toxicant and toxicant metabolite concentrations in biological and environmental samples. NIH grant #P30 ES020957

The Lumigen Instrument Center Mass Spectrometry Laboratory is part of the Center for Leadership in Environmental Awareness and Research (CLEAR) Chemical Analyses Core. We participate in CLEAR research projects and Community Engagement by providing analytical knowledge, training and services as well as guidance and new technologies to measure low levels of VOCs and markers of VOC exposure. NIH grant #P42 ES030991