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Interest in collaborative efforts: MS methods for real-time detection/monitoring of oil contaminants
June 16, 2011
10:53 am

Dr. Mulligan,


We'd be very interested in partnering with you.  In fact, we've also been searching for collaborators.  We offer a unique underwater mass spectrometer that is particular well suited for VOC analyses.  In conjunction, we've been developing an automated sampling instrument capable of sampling and processing bio/chem/sediment etc.  The two instruments can be paired for real-time automated in-situ sample prep, archival and/or analysis.


Anyway, no need to go into too much detail here.  I'd love to chat.  Are you available today?  Email or call at your convenience.






Bioplex Technologies, Inc.
25 2nd St. N, Suite 320
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
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May 2, 2011
5:27 pm



My name is Christopher Mulligan, and I am currently looking to collaborate with Gulf universities in regards to the recent RFP.  My research group focuses on realtime monitoring of water contaminants utilizing mass spectrometric methods.  We have developed methodologies that allow detection of trace chemicals directly from natural waters without prior preparation.  While the publication regarding this method will soon be available online through the Journal of the American Society of Mass Spectrometry, I would be more than happy to provide more details to interested parties. 

As my lab is based in Illinois, collaborative efforts with Gulf universities is necessary.  Through this collaboration, we are looking for access to authentic contaminanted samples and the insight of researchers interested in contaminant plume monitoring and remediation.  We are also working towards coupling said methods with portable instrumentation, so the ability for on-site, realtime monitoring could be explored.

I am happy to provide additional information and look forward to further discussion.




Christopher C. Mulligan, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Chemistry

Illinois State University

Normal, IL 61761   

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