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The Knowledge Centers at Sarafan ChEM-H

Overview of Services

The Knowledge Centers at Sarafan ChEM-H provide access to a combination of enabling technologies, services and equipment, expertise, and hands-on training by key senior researcher staff to help scientists engage in research at the interface of chemistry and human biology.

The Knowledge Centers include the Medicinal Chemistry Knowledge Center (synthetic organic and medicinal chemistry), the Macromolecular Structure Knowledge Center (protein production, purification, crystallization, structure determination, access to SLAC resources), the Metabolomics Knowledge Center (targeted or untargeted metabolomics analysis, lipidomic analysis and flux analysis using LC/MS or LC/MS/MS), and the High-Throughput Screening Knowledge Center.

The Macromolecular Structure and Metabolomics Knowledge Centers offer services through this iLab site.  Click this link to go to the iLab site for High-Throughput Screening Knowledge Center services.  Medicinal Chemistry services are currently focused primarily on collaborative projects.

Leadership

Yuqin Dai Daniel Fernandez Mark Smith Bruce Koch Corey Liu
Metabolomics Macromolecular Structure Medicinal Chemistry High Throughoput Screening Knowledge Centers
yuqindai@stanford.edu danilo@stanford.edu mxsmith@stanford.edu bkoch@stanford.edu liuc@stanford.edu

Location and hours of operation

Hours Location

Open 24/7 for approved users

Staffed Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm

**Appointment only during pandemic

Stanford ChEM-H Building

290 Jane Stanford Way, N135

Stanford, CA  94305

Minimum training courses required to access the facility:

  • EHS-1500   Biosafety
  • EHS-1900   Chemical Safety for Laboratories
  • EHS-2200   Compressed Gas Safety
  • EHS-3400   Ergonomics - Computer Workstation
  • EHS-4200   General Safety, Injury Prevention, and Emergency Preparedness
  • SHP-2022   Harassment Prevention Training (or equivalent)

External Links and Resources

  1. Stanford ChEM-H
  2. Macromolecular Structure Knowledge Center

Contacts

Name Role Phone Email Location
Corey Liu
Knowledge Centers
 

 
liuc@stanford.edu
 
N130D
 
Catherine Meng
Financial Analyst
 

 
cymeng@stanford.edu
 
W102B
 

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