In 1976, the National Biomedical EPR Center was established as a biotechnology resource center to enhance biomedical research use of electron spin resonance spectroscopy. We are one of the largest electron paramagnetic resonance facilities in the nation, and are supported by a P41 research resource award by the NIH/NIBIB.
Scientific Advisory Board
The National Biomedical EPR Center's Scientific Advisory Board comprises the following members:
- Wayne L. Hubbell, PhD, UCLA School of Medicine (chair)
- Albert H. Beth, PhD, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
- Gareth R. Eaton, PhD, University of Denver
- Brian M. Hoffman, PhD, Northwestern University
- James S. Hyde, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin
- Candice S. Klug, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin
- Ronald P. Mason, PhD, National Institute of Environmental Science (NIH/NIEHS)
- David J. Singel, PhD, Montana State University
- Harold M. Swartz, MD, PhD, Dartmouth Medical School
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