Tuesday Morning Parallel Session on Microscale Separations

Today from 9:00 to 10:30 am, there will be a parallel session titled “Microscale Separations,” which will include four talks from experts in the field. This session will be presided over by Takuya Kubo of Kyoto University and Sebastian Piendl of the University of Leipzig. This session will take place in Ballroom B.

The first keynote lecture starts promptly at 9:00 am and is titled “Capillary LC at 35,000 PSI and Beyond for Complex Mixture Analysis.” This lecture will be delivered by Robert Kennedy of the University of Michigan.

Next, at 9:30 am, the second keynote lecture in this session will take place. The title of this lecture is “Miniaturized LC Separations for Single-Cell Proteomics.” Ryan Kelly from Brigham Young University will deliver this lecture.

Then, at 10:00 am, a talk titled “Nanoscale Separations to Enable Bottom-up, Top-down, and Native Proteomic Profiling of ng- and Sub-ng-level Samples” will take place. Alexander R. Ivanov of Northeastern University will deliver this talk. Michael Gregus, Anne-Lise Marie, Kendall Johnson, Yunfan Gao, and Somak Ray of Northeastern University are the co-authors of this paper.

Finally, from 10:15–10:30 am, a talk titled “High Aspect Ratio Pillar Array Columns for Deep Proteome Profiling at Moderate LC Pump Pressures,” will take place. Paul Jacobs of Thermo Fisher Scientific will conclude this session. Jeff Op de Beeck, Natalie Van Landuyt, David Bergen, Romain Huguet, Joshua Silveira, Xuefei Sun, and Brandon Robson, all with Thermo Fisher Scientific, are the co-authors of this paper.