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Mass Spectrometry User Resource & Research Facility (MSURRF)

The Mass Spectrometry User Resource and Research Facility (MSURRF) is in the School of Chemistry and its research projects are part of the Centre for Medical Bioscience and Centre for Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacology. MSURRF includes research groups led by Professor Jennifer Beck and Associate Professor Todd Mitchell, studying diverse topics such as DNA replication, interactions of potential drugs with DNA, degradation mechanisms in polymer coatings, observation of lipids in cell membranes and ion mobility of biological molecular machines.

Location: The Mass Spectrometry User Resource and Research Facility Building 18, Rooms 101, 103 and 106.