Welcome to the Institute of Mass Spectrometry at the Medical School
Swansea University has long been established as a centre of excellence for mass spectrometry, a discipline that involves the ionization of a sample to produce either positive or negative ions, which are then accelerated in a vacuum system and the mass of the intact molecule determined. In addition, the masses of fragments produced during the ionisation processes can be determined to give structural information.
Within the Institute of Mass Spectrometry at Swansea University's Medical School, there are three main strands:
- Swansea Postgraduate Education Centre for Training and Reserach in Analytical Mass Spectrometry (SpectraLMS)
- Research at the Institute of Mass Spectrometry
- EPSRC UK National Mass Spectrometry Facility (NMSF)
We are accepting applications for PG study.