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Milo Westler

Milo_Westler_CALS_News_3Milo Westler directs the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison (NMRFAM), a national facility that serves the scientific community on the UW-Madison campus and far beyond. Located in the basement and subbasement of the Biochemistry Addition building, the NMRFAM has 11 NMR instruments, valued at more than $20 million, which researchers use to study proteins, RNA and other macromolecules, as well as metabolites and other small molecules. As director, Westler, a senior scientist and adjunct professor of biochemistry, helps plan and oversee the many research projects conducted at the facility.