The Ontario Cancer Institute/University Health Network High Field NMR Facility
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy allows researchers to probe the molecular structure and dynamics of biomolecules at atomic resolution. A new high-field NMR facility situated in the Toronto Medical Discovery Tower aims to permit inter-disciplinary collaboration between cancer researchers at OCI.
How to apply for NMR time?
Academic, government and industrial researchers are encouraged to submit requests for NMR time. Due to a high cost of maintenance and operation of the NMR facilities, a NMR user fee will be charged as of April 1st, 2010.
Please fill out the following forms and submit them by e-mail/fax/mail to the NMR facility manager (see below).
The Ikura NMR group in TMDT operates under the supervision of Dr. Mitsu Ikura, Head of Signaling Biology Division, OCI.
For any NMR requests, please contact Dr. Geneviève Seabrook:
Dr. Geneviève Seabrook
Scientific Associate, NMR Research & Facility manager
The OCI/UHN High Field NMR Facility
MaRS Toronto Medical Discovery Tower, Room 4-901
101 College Street
Toronto, Ontario, Canada