BMSF: Mass Matters, We Are Here to Help.

The multi-user Bosch Mass Spectometry Facility (BMSF) is a unique world-class facility for the detection, characterisation and quantification of biomarkers in cells, tissues and organs. The facility provides access to, and expert training in, equipment for state-of-the-art analytical mass analyses and mass mapping including:

  • Triple quadrupole mass spectrometer (Agilent 6460 AA)
  • Liquid chromatography with multi-channel coulometric electrochemical detection (ESA CoulArray)
  • Single quadrupole mass spectrometer (Agilent 6120B)

The facility is PC2 certified. Registered users also have access to the following equipment:

  • Biological safety cabinet
  • CO2 incubator
  • Inverted microscope
  • Refrigerated centrifuges
  • Concentrator plus
  • Shaking water bath
  • Dry block heater and evaporator (40 needle capacity)
  • Tissue homogeniser
  • Vacuum extraction manifold
  • Freeze dryer
  • Drying ovens
  • Sonicating water bath

Bosch Mass Spectrometry Facility Officer

Dr XiaoSuo Wang

+61 2 9036 3460 (Office)
+61 2 9036 3060 (BMSF)
+61 0423 335 188 (Mobile)


Office: Room G33
BMSF: Room G03A
Medical Foundation Building (K25)
92-94 Parramatta Road
The University of Sydney

See the map for directions.

Academic Advisor

A/Prof. Paul Witting
Ph: 9114-0524

Where to find the Bosch BMSF

The facility is located on the ground floor of the Medical Foundation Building, K25, room G03A, on the Camperdown Campus, The University of Sydney. See the map for directions.