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Waters Mass Spectrometry Users Meeting

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39th East Coast Ion Chemistry Conference

July 7, 2018 by  
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The 39th East Coast Ion Chemistry Conference, ECICC, will be held on Saturday, October 13 in 219 Brown Lab at the University of Delaware. You and your co-workers are invited to attend. There will be refreshments and opportunities for discussion and conversations.

Talks have been given at past meetings on instrumentation (MALDI, TOF, ICR, ESI, GC/MS, API, PIAMS), ion molecule reactions, calculations, and chemical analyses. Attendance in recent years has been 30 – 40 and the presentations have lasted from ~9 am until shortly after noon.

Please let us know if you want to give a TEN (10) minute talk on one aspect of your research – not a survey of work done in the last year. We encourage presentations by graduate and undergraduate students. There is no charge to attend the meeting or to give presentations.

We would appreciate a response by the first week in October. All we need is your name, affiliation and (if you are giving a presentation) the title of your talk. No abstract is required. Titles will be accepted through noon on Thursday, October 11. The meeting is informal, but we do need a schedule. Please respond to bmunson@udel.edu.

A parking map for the University of Delaware is here. There is a large (pay, unfortunately) parking garage on Academy Street, near Brown Lab.

We hope that you will be able to attend and present some of your work.
Murray Johnston, Burnaby Munson, Doug Ridge…

Skyline Short Course

In collaboration with the Skyline team at University of Washington, the Duke Proteomics and Metabolomics Shared Resource will host a new Skyline Short Course this fall (Sept 17-21) at the newly renovated Chesterfield Building in downtown Durham, NC. The only week-long Skyline short course in the Southeast, Skyline@Duke will cover peptide and small molecule quantification from discovery (MS1 and DIA) workflows as well as the fundamentals and practical application of targeted quantification. Additionally, this course offers guest lectures from experts in the fields of targeted quantification, translational medicine, clinical biomarker quantification, ion mobility mass spectrometry, and small molecule quantification in Skyline. Attendees should expect to leave with a working knowledge of using Skyline in a variety of peptide and small molecule quantification applications.

The application deadline for the course is June 22nd. Course agenda, instructors and registration information can be found at https://skyline.ms/2018-duke-course.url.…

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