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National Biomedical Center
for Advanced Electron Spin Resonance Technology

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

Training

last update:   February 17, 2016


A major component of the training activities of the Center is the training of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and visitors. This takes the form of individual training and group workshops. Past ACERT summer workshops have covered the areas of:

Computational Methods in ESR; (2015)

Pulse Dipolar ESR Spectroscopy (PDS) and Biomacromolecular Structure and Function: Instrumentation, Methods and Applications; (2013)

ESR Microscopy and Its Applications in Biomedical Imaging; (2011)

Multi-frequency ESR/EPR; (2009)

Analysis of ESR Data for Motional Dynamics; (2007)

High field/ high frequency ESR and quasi-optical methods; (2005)

Pulse, Fourier transform, and 2D ESR; (2004)

ESR spectral simulations and modeling of dynamics; (2003)

 

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