The David H. Murdock Research Institute (DHMRI) was established as a not-for-profit institute to support the groundbreaking research being carried out at the North Carolina Research Campus. Funded through a private grant by David H. Murdock, the DHMRI will host the worlds top talent and resources and promote an unprecedented level of scientific collaboration. Central to this new collaborative approach are the diverse scientific disciplines represented at the DHMRI. Destined to be the catalyst of major scientific discoveries in health and nutrition, the DHMRI offers capabilities ranging from next-generation DNA sequencing to cutting-edge confocal imaging and the worlds first actively-shielded 950 MHz NMR. The DHMRI is the first of its kind, housing this unique collection of state-of-the-art instrumentation in one central location. Housed in the David H. Murdock Research Building, the DHMRI will cover over 80,000 square feet of specialized laboratory space.
October 15th, 2008: DHMRI Taps Waters for Laboratory Technology
October 14th, 2008: DHMRI Specifies JEOL Cryo-electron Microscopes
April 15th, 2008: DHMRI and Carl Zeiss MicroImaging, Inc. committed to a long term partnership.
September 24th, 2007: $35 Million Gift to Fight Disease Brings Major Study to NC Research Campus.
August 21st, 2006: New Nonprofit Institute to be located at NC Research Campus scores a scientific ‘first and only’.Current Openings:
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Genotyping and Expression Analysis Lab Manager (GEN201)
Sequencing Analysis Lab Manager (GEN202)
Genomics Research Technician (GEN301)
Light Microscopy Core Facility Manager (LMC201)
Protein Assay Lab Manager (PRT201)
Protein Chemist (PRT301)
Proteomics Lab Analyst (PRT302)
Proteomics Lab Manager (PRT202)
Metabolomics GC-MS Lab Manager (MET201)
Metabolomics LC-MS Lab Manager (MET202)
Lab Manager for NMR-Based Metabolomics (MET203)
NMR Lab Manager (NMR201)