National Biomedical Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Center


Candice S. Klug, PhD, Professor of Biophysics / Director of the National Biomedical EPR Center

Candice S. Klug, PhD

The National Biomedical EPR Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin is one of the largest EPR facilities in the nation. It is a Research Resource supported by NIBIB. Spectrometers are available for S-, X-, L-, Q- , and W-band EPR, many with ENDOR, ELDOR, saturation-transfer, saturation-recovery, and multiquantum capabilities.

The research conducted within the EPR Center includes both technological innovation and application of new techniques to biological problems. The main areas of research are free radicals, spin labeling, metal complexes, and metallo proteins. Inquiries on the use of the EPR Center are welcome.

What's New

  • The Department of Biophysics is seeking applications for an Associate Professor of Biophysics. Read more...

  • L-band NARS room temperature measurement of distances is available.

  • Q-band upgrade to the Bruker E580 pulsed machine (DEER) has been installed and is operational.
  • W-band saturation-recovery EPR facility is ready.
  • Successful "Principles of EPR" Training Workshop was held August 11-13, 2015.
  • EPR Workshop "EPR Methodologies Enabled by Loop-Gap Resonators" was held August 21-22, 2015.

Contact Us

National Biomedical EPR Center
Department of Biophysics
Medical College of Wisconsin
8701 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226-0509

(414) 955-4308
(414) 955-6512 (fax)

Candice S. Klug, PhD
Professor of Biophysics / Director of National Biomedical EPR Center
(414) 955-4015

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