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Core Research Facilities

The UGA Department of Chemistry is affiliated with several core facilities that provide research support and services in the areas of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR), proteomics and mass spectrometry (PAMS), electron microscopy, and X-ray diffraction.

Picture of Dr. Earle Adams, NMR Facility manager, working with NMR equipment in the lab

NMR facility
Dr. Earle Adams, manager
The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) facility specializes in the use of magnetic resonance spectroscopy in elucidating and understanding small molecule structure. The facility houses two NMRs and one EPR and is located in the new STEM-I building on the east side of campus. 

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Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry (PAMS) facility 
Dr. Dennis Phillips and Dr. Chau-Wen Chou, directors

Enhanced image of protein analysis from mass spectrometer in the PAMS facility

PAMS is a service lab providing research support for UGA and the surrounding area using mass spectrometry.  The facility is equipped with instruments for high resolution and high mass accuracy analysis and specializes in protein identification and compound characterization using mass spectrometry.

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Assistant to the Department Head: Donna Spotts, 706-542-1919 

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Head of Chemistry: Prof. Jason Locklin