Courses at University of Auckland

Mass Spectrometry in Undergraduate and Post-graduate Study

The following courses at the University of Auckland include mass spectrometry and related topics:

 

  • MEDSCI 720 (Biomedical Research Techniques; MS in Biomedical Sciences by Frederik Pruijn; HPLC/GC by Malcolm Tingle; short vignette on MALDI imaging by Gus Grey)
  • PHARM 751 (Pharmaceutical Techniques; short vignette on MALDI imaging by Gus Grey)
  • BIOSCI 348 (Food and Industrial Microbiology; one lecture briefly covering mass spectrometry applications by Farhana Pinu)
  • BIOSCI 350 (Protein Structure and Function; one lecture covering basic protein mass spectrometry by Nicholas Demarais, brief discussion of MS application for looking at inhibitor binding to proteins by Chris Squire; basic ideas around hydrogen-deuterium exchange of proteins)
  • BIOSCI 746 (The Molecular Machinery of The Cell; one lecture covering advanced protein mass spectrometry techniques (top-down proteomics, ion mobility, cross-linking, HDX-MS, and imaging MS) by Nicholas Demarais, example of MS detection of cross-links in some particular proteins by Chris Squire)
  • CHEM 240 (Measurement and Analysis in Chemistry and Health Sciences; introduction of chromatography, GC and LC (no MS) by Paul Kilmartin)
  • CHEM 340 (Advanced Analytical Chemistry; fundamentals of MS: building blocks, mass analysers, detectors, coupling of MS with chromatography by Bruno Fedrizzi; principles of chromatography and GC by Bruno Fedrizzi and LC by Paul Kilmartin)
  • CHEM 740 (Current Topics in Analytical Chemistry; MS: EI, fragmentation mechanisms, and tandem MS by Bruno Fedrizzi; ┬áHR-MS by Christian Hartinger)