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This is the home of the Proteomics Facility space. 

The Proteomics Facility provides services, self-service equipment, and collaborative research for the detection, characterization, and quantification of biomolecules. The facility labs are located in MBB 1.420 (ICMB) and PHR 1.110 (College of Pharmacy). The facility is supported by the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas Shared Instrumentation Award RP110782 and by institutional funds provided by ICMB, UT-Austin and the College of Pharmacy as well as recharge.

Contact us by phone at 512-471-2895 or email to

We are located at MBB 1.420 and operating hours are M-F 9 am - 5 pm.



Maria Person will be teaching an Introduction to Proteomics course on April 27 9 am to noon. All UT Austin students, faculty, and staff can sign up for each 3-hour long course. This short course is FREE! However, you still need to register and choose the in person option. 

To read the detailed short course descriptions and to register visit Seating is limited to 45 in person participants per course, so please register up soon!

LC-MS/MS charge structure is now a set up charge of $150 per sample set +  $11 /hour instrument time for UT system users.

We are accepting online sample submissions! Please visit our sample submission form if you would like to submit a sample to the Proteomics Facility. Please email the Proteomics Facility staff before submission for a consultation on what type of analysis is best for your experiment.



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