Vanderbilt Biomolecular NMR Facility

Overview of Services

The principal mission of the Biomolecular NMR Center is to provide instrumentation for, and aid in obtaining data on the structure and dynamics of biological macromolecules. The Facility offers state-of-the-art instrumentation, training, software and assistance in designing experiments. We strive to help the Vanderbilt community realize the potential of biomolecular NMR and to work with NMR spectroscopists to stay current with the most recent experimental approaches.

Core Staff

Dr. Markus Voehler
Director of Operations

Office:       615-322-1573
NMR Lab:  615-322-1570
Fax:          615-343-1234



Dr. Donald Stec
SC 1119 (Math Building basement)

Office:   615-322-6704
Phone : 615-343-9255 (Stevenson Center 1119 lab)

            615-936-5807 (MRB-IV Lab 12440)
Fax: 615-343-1234


Hours of Operation and Mailing Address

Hours Mailing Address


Vanderbilt University
Department of Chemistry
7330 Stevenson Center
Station B 351822
Nashville,  TN,  37235-1822

Links and Resources

  1. Biomolecular NMR Facility - Vanderbilt
  2. What is Biomolecular NMR?


Dr. Walter Chazin
Chancellor's Chair in Medicne
Director, Molecular Biophysics Training Program
Director, Center for Structural Biology
Director at Large, NMR Facilities


Dr. Charles (Chuck) Sanders
Associate Dean for Research in the Basic Sciences
Professor, Biochemistry
Scientific Director, NMR Facilities