- The Mass Spectrometry Resource is an NIH/NCRR P41 National Resource Center engaged in the development and application of mass spectral methods for biology and medicine with primary emphasis on studies of oligosaccharides and glycoconjugates.
- The Cardiovascular Proteomics Center is a research center funded by the NIH/NHLBI’s Proteomics Initiative to analyze and identify proteins that may be modified or created by oxidative stress. The CPC is developing and applying new proteomics methodology and instrumentation to the analysis of known proteins and those yet to be discovered.
- The BUSM Shared Mass Spectrometry Instrumentation Laboratory is funded through the NIH/NCRR shared instrument program. The laboratory operates two shared mass spectrometers to meet biomolecular mass spectral analysis needs of a group of NIH-funded investigators on the BU Medical Campus.