Tomorrow's Highlights

Tuesday's conference highlights include two award presentations, workshops, a lunchtime trivia break, and corporate activities.

Tuesday's conference highlights include two award presentations, workshops, a lunchtime trivia break, and corporate activities.

Awards

Today, two awards will be presented. The Al Yergey MS Scientist Award will be presented to Rachel Ogorzalek, a Research Biological Chemist at UCLA, from 2:00-3:00 CDT. This will be followed by a presentation of the John B. Fenn Distinguished Contribution in Mass Spectrometry Award to Michael L. Gross, a Professor of Chemistry and of Immunology and Internal Medicine (School of Medicine), at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Gross will then give his award lecture.

Tuesday Workshops

On Tuesday, the first 11 of 40 webinar-style workshops conducted by interest groups or independent organizers, in two sessions, with workshops 1–8 being held concurrently from 10:00 to 11:30 am CDT, and workshops 9–16 being held concurrently from 12:00 to 1:30 pm CDT. This schedule will continue with 16 workshops per day Tuesday through Thursday, with 8 on Friday).  

Tuesday’s schedule of workshops is as follows:

10:00–11:30 AM CDT

  • Proteoform identification and quantification using TopPIC suite

  • FAIMS/DIMS/DMS Technology and its Impact on Current Day MS Analyses

  • Pros and Cons of Sample Preparation in Ambient Ionization Direct Introduction Mass Spectrometry

  • Tangible Tools for Expanding Diversity and Inclusion

  • Bridging Native-MS in Academia and Industry: From Direct nESI Infusion to Platform Sample Introduction and Routine Project Support

  • Trans-Proteomic Pipeline: Recent Advances and Future Directions

12:00–1:30 PM

  • Flavors, Fragrances and Contaminants: Getting Informatics Approaches to Work for You

  • HDX, Covalent Labeling & Cross-Linking: New developments and applications

  • Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry: Latest Trends in Ion Traps For Exploring Space, Other Planets, and Earth MS Career Options: How to Kick Start Your Career

  • Metabolomics: Balancing New Research Developments and Service Core Deliverables

Lunchtime Trivia Break

From 11:40 to 11:45 there will be a Lunchtime Trivia Break! Live online play with Kahoot! Limit of 2,000 participants. There will be prizes!  

Corporate Activities

Corporate activities will again be held during two time slots, from 9:00 to 10:00 am and from 3:00 to 4:00 pm, CDT.

Details can be found on the ASMS website