Structural NMR

The Structural Biology NMR Resource provides access to high-resolution solution NMR spectrometers ranging from 300 MHz to 900 MHz in field strength. These are used for small molecule analysis and for studies of macro-molecular structure, dynamics, and function. Highly trained associates are available to assist in the collection and interpretation of routine data, for training in instrument usage, for performing data processing and interpretation and to partner for more extended collaborative studies of protein or nucleic acid structure and dynamics.

  • Analysis of molecular structure,dynamics,and interactions by NMR utilizing the following instruments:
  • 300 MHz 1H, 13C, 31P, 19F, and Broadband NMR
  • 600 MHz triple resonance (1H 13C 15N) and 2H NMR
  • 600 MHz triple resonance cryoprobe NMR
  • 700 MHz triple resonance with cryoprobe (NYSBC)
  • 800 MHz triple resonance with cryoprobe (NYSBC)
  • 900 MHz triple resonance with cryoprobe (NYSBC)

Related Shared Facilities
Related Shared Facilities


X-Ray Crystallography

Center Affiliations
Center Affiliations

Montefiore Einstein Cancer Center

Location and Contacts

Structural NMR Ullmann B8
  • David Cowburn, Ph.D.
    Scientific Director

  • Sean Cahill, Ph.D.
    Operations Director