Training

Exposure to the capabilities of a native MS-directed integrated structural biology approach is only the first step. Our mission is to disseminate novel technologies and their applications throughout the broader biomedical research community. A comprehensive training program will educate potential users in state-of-the-art and cutting-edge technologies that might solve their biomedical macromolecular characterization problems.

Upcoming Training Opportunities

Training Requests

Please contact us via the Training Request Form if you are interested in learning more about a native MS-directed integrated structural biology approach. Inquire about the following:

  • ASMS Short Course offerings
  • Hands-on Workshops (OSU/Texas A&M)
  • Web conferencing
  • In-person data discussions
  • Remote Operation/Team Viewer tuning
  • Beta Installation Reciprocal Visits
  • Data Analysis Software Tools
  • Online training
  • On-site training
  • Tours
  • Other special requests

Vicki Wysocki:

“Analyzing Very Large Protein Complexes Using Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry at The Ohio State University”