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The 29th Montreux Symposium on LC–MS will take place on 7–9 November 2012 in Montreux, Switzerland.
LC–MS is continuously growing and this is reflected by the participation of over 30 nationalities and scientific contributions from a variety of application areas. These include food, pharmaceutical, biotechnological and environmental and research on novel instrumentation and new LC–MS fields such as nanotechnology and microfluidics, UHPLC, low flow-rate spray techniques, proteomics and systems biology.
In collaboration with the Metabolomics Society, a special joint parallel programme for this rapidly emerging field is being organized, addressing the technology as well as novel systems-based biology approaches in pharma, nutrition, clinical chemistry, plant sciences and medical biology. A parallel programme is being organized in collaboration with various clinical chemistry societies focusing on current and future LC–MS options in clinical diagnosis. Accreditation by related societies for the programme as well as the short course has been applied for
A number of invited and keynote lectures will provide new insights and a future outlook of key domains.
The "Roland W. Frei" opening lecture will be delivered by Professor Jan Smeitink from the Centre for Systems Biology and Bioenergetics (CSBB) of UMC St Radboud, Nijmegen University, Nijmegen, Netherlands addressing "Omics technologies and Bioenergetics: Application to Human Disease".
Plenary and keynote lectures will be given by:
As usual a large variety of poster and other oral contributions will build a strong and interesting programme for anyone working in LC–MS, metabolomics and clinical chemistry.
The International Association of Environmental Analytical Chemistry will be conferring the Roland W. Frei Award for the best poster presentation by a young scientist.
Prior to the conference from 5–6 November 2012 a series of short courses is organized. These introductory courses are focused on an introduction and advanced LC–MS technology, mass spectrometry LC–MS interpretation and a special new course on "Clinical Chemistry, LC–MS and Metabolomics".
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Nicolaus Copernicus University Campus, Torun, Poland
Contact: Polish Chemical Society/Commission for Chromatographic Analysis
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University of Messina, Italy
Organizers: Luigi Mondello, Chromaleont, University of Messina, Italy
Tel: +39 0906766536
Fax: +39 090 358220
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Tel: +1 412 805 6296
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