The Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry Facilities and Services Core has been established to maintain and provide the mass spectrometric and associated analytical capabilities required to support environmental health-related research conducted by EHSC investigators, Program Project investigators, and Pilot Project investigators.

This Core maintains state-of-the-art sample preparation and instrumental techniques that increase the sensitivity, mass range, specificity, and data processing capacity of the Core's analytical capabilities. In addition, this Core serves as an educational resource by providing an interdisciplinary environment in which graduate students in chemistry, biochemistry, and toxicology pursue their thesis research.



Claudia Maier , Director
Associate Professor, Analytical Chemistry

Research Interests: Bioanalytical chemistry; biomolecular mass spectrometry; proteomics; protein modification mapping; protein conformation and interaction analyses, H/D exchange mass spectrometry; ion mobility mass spectrometry, analytical metabolomics.

Phone: 541-737-9533
Fax: 541-737-2062


Fred Stevens, Co-Director
Associate Professor, Medicinal Chemistry

Research Interests: Bioorganic/bioanalytical chemistry; biomarkers of oxidative stress; vitamin C; dietary phytochemicals; targeted and untarget metabolomics

Phone: 541-737-9354
Fax: 541-737-2062
Office: LPSC 435