Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Department of Family Medicine

The MSU Exposure Science Laboratory incorporates measurement and analytical tools in order to identify the sources of physical, chemical, and biological hazards and their potential exposure and mitigation pathways in ecological, occupational, community, and personal settings.  We work with investigators in academia (e.g. University of Michigan, University of New Mexico) and government (e.g. Environmental Protection Agency) in diverse disciplines including medicine, engineering, and toxicology and provide sampling and analysis capabilities and expert consultation services.

The facility includes Class 100 and Class 1000 clean rooms housing an array of analytical instruments (e.g. high-resolution inductively coupled-plasma mass spectrometer) and is equipped to analyze clinical (e.g. blood spot), biological  and environmental samples for a full spectrum of elements, with emphasis on metals and metalloids in ultratrace concentrations.

For more information, please contact:

Masako Morishita, PhD

Associate Professor

College of Human Medicine

Email: tomoko@msu.edu

Phone: 517-884-0463

 

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