The Mass Spectrometry Center at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy strives to accelerate discovery by providing investigators across campus and beyond with access to cutting-edge technologies in mass spectrometry.
The PAMDB is an expertly curated database containing extensive metabolomic data and metabolic pathway diagrams about Pseudomonas aeruginosa (reference strain PAO1). Each metabolite is linked to a variety of data describing the compound, its ontology, physical properties, reactions, pathways, references, external links and associated proteins or enzymes.Learn More
About the Center:
The Mass Spectrometry Center, located in Pharmacy Hall North (PHN), provides state-of-the-art expertise, methodology, and instrumentation to the School of Pharmacy and surrounding research community. The facility also provides researchers the opportunity to perform and access sophisticated experiments by working closely in a true collaborative effort between faculty, students, and staff.
Expertise and Experience:
The expertise and experience of the Center staff span a broad range of biomedical research, from basic biology and medicine to technology development and translational research, including:
- Chemical Biology
- Pharmaceutical Biology
- Cancer Biology
- Microbial Biology
- Infectious Disease
- Metabolic Disease
- Chronic Pain Research
- Quantitative Biosciences
- Drug Discovery and Drug Development
- Translational and Regulatory Sciences
- Bioinformatics and Technology Development
The Center also supports collaborative efforts with researchers around the world on various topics.
A Partner in Innovation
The School of Pharmacy Mass Spectrometry Center is also a partner in the Waters Corporation Centers of Innovation Program. The Waters Centers of Innovation Program recognizes analytical scientists facilitating breakthroughs in health and life science research, food safety, environmental protection sports medicine, and many other areas.