December 2018 - May 2019
SUMS is in the process of moving to the Bass BIology Building! The move is carefully planned and staged to maximize operational uptime.
Mass Spec Move Timetable
|Week of:||Instruments moving:|
|Dec 10, 2018||Intuvo single quad GC/MS|
|Dec 17||Scion triple quad GC/MS|
|Jan 7, 2019||Orbitrap Elite nanoLC/MS (Beachy)|
|April 15||Quattro triple quad LC/MS|
|April 22||Vantage triple quad LC/MS|
|Orbitrap Elite nanoLC/MS (Twelite)|
|LTQ linear ion trap LC/MS|
|April 29||QE-HFX nanoLC/MS|
|Microflex MALDI-TOF (Open Access)|
|May 6||Orbitrap Fusion nanoLC/MS|
|Exactive Orbitrap LC/MS (Open Access)|
|8030 triple quad LC/MS|
|7890/5975 single quad GC/MS (Open Access)|
|May 12||SQD2 single quad LC/MS (Open Access)|
The bulk lab move will be the week of April 22
The bulk office move will be the week of April 29
Phone numbers, email addresses, and USPS mailing addresses will remain the same.
Our street address is changing by 2 digits, from 333 Campus Drive to 327 Campus Drive.
In the basement of the Bass Biology Building, the SUMS office -- the best place to find us -- will be room 024. The Open Access lab is room 018, and the Medium Access lab is room 023A; both of these are accessed by card key via the foyer, room 019.