Miniature Mass Spectrometers and Ambient Ionization

March 20, 2019

LCGC North America

A morning session on miniature mass spectrometers and ambient ionization, to be held in Room 122B and beginning at 8:30 am, will be chaired by Zheng Ouyang of Tsinghua University.

A morning session on miniature mass spectrometers and ambient ionization, to be held in Room 122B and beginning  at 8:30 am, will be chaired by Zheng Ouyang of Tsinghua University. The first talk, “Development of Paper Spray Ionization for the Warfighter,” will be presented by Trevor Glaros of the US Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center.

At 9:10 am, “Pushing Mass Spectrometry toward Point-of-Care applications” will be presented by session chair Ouyang, to be followed by Graham Cooks of Purdue University speaking on “Intraoperative Assessment of IDH Mutation Status of Gliomas Using Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry.”

“Spheroids for Stabilization of Microliter Biofluid Samples in the Dry State: Toward a More Effective Biobanking,” by Abraham K Badu-Tawiah of Ohio State University, is scheduled for 10:35 am. The symposium concludes with “Biological Pathway-Level In-Vivo Diagnostics Using Laser Ablation-Rapid Evaporative Ionization Mass Spectrometry,” presented by Zoltan Takats of Imperial College London, at 11:10 am.

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