NMR Workshops

ADEQUATE NMR Experiments Video

ADEQUATE

On Thursday February 18th 2021 at the usual noon EST Gary Martin of Seton Hall University lead a panel discussion about 13C-13C correlation using the ADEQUATE experiment, the indirectly detected version of INADEQUATE. The panelists included Josep Sauri of Merck & Company Inc., Joonseok Oh of Yale University, and Ronald[…]

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Nonuniform Sampling (NUS) Principles, Applications, Tools

On Thursday January 14, 2021 Professor David Rovnyak of Bucknell University lead a workshop about methods of non-uniform sampling (NUS). His panelists included Krzysztof Kazimierczuk of the University of Warsaw, Frank Delaglio of the University of Maryland and NIST, Gregory Walker of Pfizer Inc. and Adam Schulyer of the University[…]

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Current Perspectives in Covariance NMR

Current Perspectives in Covariance NMR

On Wednesday, November 18th at noon EDT Professor David Snyder of William Patterson University of New Jersey lead a workshop about the applications of Covariance NMR. His panelists included Professor Dominique Frueh of John Hopkins school of Applied Sciences, Professor Martin Jaeger of Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, Oliver Lafon[…]

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Measurement and Application of 1Jxh and nJxh

On Thursday, October 22nd at noon EDT Professor Thomas Williamson of the University of North Carolina Wilmington lead a tutorial workshop about the extraction and use of heteronuclear coupling constants for structure determination. His panelists will include Roberto Gil of Carnegie Melon University, Alexie Buevich of Merck & Co, Kenilworth[…]

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Accessibility in the NMR Lab

On Thursday, October 15th Hillary Jenkins of McMaster University lead a discussion about the Issues of accessibility in NMR Laboratories for those who are handicapped. Dr. Jenkins’ panel will contain an administrative accessibility expert, two NMR and MRI Vendors and several disabled individuals who will talk about their experiences. The[…]

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NMR-based Metabolomics

On Wednesday, September 23rd at noon EDT Professor Emmanuel Hatzakis of Ohio State University lead a tutorial workshop, along with Staff Scientist Sarantos Kostidis of the Leiden University Medical Center, about NMR Metabolomics. The panel will also include two Ph.D. Students from Ohio State, Ms. Kathryn Williamson and Ms. Fenfen[…]

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Anisotropic NMR Parameter Trilogy

The Anisotropic NMR Parameter Trilogy

On Thursday, August 27th Professor Roberto Gill of Carnegie Melon University lead a panel of NMR researchers in a first IVAN research-based round-table workshop. The topic is “Anisotropic NMR”, the measurement of reduced couplings (dipolar, CSA and quadrupolar) for small-molecule structure determination. The panel include Gary Martin of Seton Hall[…]

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NMR User Training During COVID-19

On Thursday August 6th, was the second of our series of round-table workshops about NMR operations. This session address some of the new approaches for user training that have been made necessary by social-distancing requirements. Ryan McKay of the University of Edmonton lead the panel. Geneviève Seabrook of the Princess[…]

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