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National Biomedical Resource
for Advanced Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy

Our research is supported by grant 1R24GM146107 from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), part of the National Institutes of Health.

Dissemination

last update:   July 28, 2022


ACERT publishes the results of it extensive collaborative and service studies in major journals. Due to their broad applications, the results are also communicated through a wide variety of conferences: Biophysical Society Meetings, International Society of Magnetic Resonance Meetings, American Chemical Society Meetings, and Rocky Mountain Conferences on Magnetic Resonance, to name several.

Dissemination based on Resource services, state-of-the-art instrumentation and technical developments is made available through the periodic ACERT Workshops. These will include the dissemination of ACERT software through invited talks/lectures, and by request as detailed on the Service Request page.

News and other useful information pertaining to the Resource appears in the "EPR Newsletter," published by the International EPR (ESR) Society. The EPR Newsletter is available in electronic and printed form to all members of the Society.

1) In addition to making instrumentation and simulation resources available to the biomedical community, publishing results, and conducting workshops on the new methodologies, ACERT also addresses the need to bring these new technologies to other laboratories. Contact us for current information on available technology resources; also view our News page for recent events and articles on technological developments.

2) Promoting and Supporting Women and Underrepresented Minorities: ACERT has a record of supporting and recruiting URM students into the field of ESR. In past summers, ACERT scientists have mentored URM undergraduate research students through the Cornell CHAMPS (Cornell HHMI Accelerating Medical Progress through Scholarship) program. We expect to continue these activities. In addition, Cornell's College of Arts and Sciences has committed $5K annually to supporting gender equality and URM participation in ACERT workshops and training. We will advertise this support for underrepresented groups when popularizing our outreach activities.

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