Lipidomic Mass Spectrometry and Bioinformatics
The India Taylor Lipidomics Research Platform is part of the Neural Regeneration Laboratory and supports targeted lipidomic analyses.
We are the Canadian platform contributing to the Lipidomics Standards Initiative.
India Taylor lipidomics research platform
The India Taylor Lipidomics Research Platform was established in 2015 in memory of Ms India Taylor’s fight against spinal muscular atrophy with progressive myoclonic epilepsy, a rare lipid neurodegenerative disorder. Developed with the generous support of private donations to the India Taylor Donation fund, the uOttawa Brain and Mind Institute, Partners Investing in Parkinson’s Research, and Canadian Foundation Innovation (CFI) grants (CFI#16065 and CFI#23890), the research platform is open for both collaborative investigations at cost and fee for service for independent publication. Costs are below. Lipid panels profiled are available on request. The platform is directed by Dr Steffany Bennett and managed by Graeme Taylor.