National Biomedical EPR Center
Research at the National Biomedical EPR Center is technologically innovative and applies new techniques to biomedical problems. Our main focus areas are free radicals, spin labeling, metal complexes, and metallo proteins.
The EPR Center was established in 1976 as a biotechnology resource center to enhance biomedical research use of electron spin resonance spectroscopy, and it is one of the largest EPR facilities in the nation. The EPR Center was supported by an NIH P41 research resource award from 1976 to 2019.
Our faculty, staff, and users have a wealth of scientific and technical expertise.Meet Our People
The research conducted within the EPR Center includes both technological innovation and application of new techniques to biological problems.Learn More
We provide education through the Biophysics Graduate Program, courses in EPR spectroscopy, and one-on-one training and consultations.Learn More
We offer access to a variety of EPR equipment and resources.Learn More