Welcome to the home page for the High Field Magnetic Resonance Laboratory and the Center of Excellence for Structural Biology and Metabonomics at Miami University

The High Field Magnetic Resonance Laboratory was created by the Ohio Eminent Scholars Program in 2006 which, along with Miami University, supplied the funding for the hiring of Dr. Michael Kennedy, Ohio Eminent Scholar in Structural Biology, and the purchase of the first Bruker US2 850MHz nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer in North America. In February of 2010, the governer of Ohio, Ted Strickland,  announced that the lab would become a Center of Excellence for Structural Biology and Metabonomics. This lab is 1 of 14 Health Care/Biomedicine Centers of Excellence (CoE) statewide.




Recent News:

March 2013

Bo Wang passed his Ph.D. defense.  Congratulations Bo!  Five papers published and counting!

Nov. 2012

Will Joesten and Shenyuan Xu Joined the group. Welcome!

Aug. 2012

Erik Feldmann passed his Ph.D. defense. Congratulations Erik!


Michelle Veite, Faizule Hassan and Tafadzwa Chihanga joined the group. Welcome!

11/4/ 2011

Miki Watanabe passed her Ph.D. defense. Congratulations Miki?

11/3/ 2011

Lindsey Romick-Rosendale passed her Ph.D. defense. Congratulations! Lindsey.

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