37th East Coast Ion Chemistry Conference
Date: October 1, 2016
The 37th East Coast Ion Chemistry Conference, ECICC, will be held on Saturday, October 1 in 219 Brown Lab at the University of Delaware. You and your co-workers are invited to attend. There will be light 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 middle of September. 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, September 28. The meeting is informal, but the program looks better if there are titles for the talks.
We hope that you will be able to attend and present some of your work. The mailing list is much-reduced from previous years. Please forward this invitation to others at your institution whose names are not on our email list.
Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Murray Johnston, Burnaby Munson, Doug Ridge, Papa-Nii Asari-Okai
Proteomics and Metabolomics Seminar
Date: August 23, 2016
Retirement Symposium in honor of Dr. Sandy Markey
Date: April 15, 2016
Location: NIAAA Conference Center, Rockville, MD
There will be a Retirement Symposium in honor of Dr. Sandy Markey on April 15th at NIAAA conference center in Rockville, MD. Sandy has been a long-time prominent mass spectrometrist and a mentor to the MS community not only at NIH but also in the Greater Washington area. This symposium will celebrate Sandy’s Scientific Career at NIH, and highlight the scientific research his friends and collaborators are currently engaged in. Confirmed speakers include Robert Murphy, Catherine Fenselau, Steve Klein, Al Yergey, Hee-Yong Kim, Jim Kelley and Alexandra Nita-Lazar. There will be a poster session, too, for colleagues and students to participate. The registration site is open (http://proteome.nih.gov/markey.html).
8:50-9:30 Robert Murphy, University of Colorado Denver, “Analysis of Lipids by Mass Spectrometry from 1966 to the Present”
9:30-10:10 Catherine Fenselau, University of Maryland College Park, “Comments on the Evolution of Biomedical Mass Spectrometry”
10:10-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-11:10 Al Yergey, NICHD, NIH, “Adventures in Mass Spectrometry”
11:10-11:50 Steve Stein, NIST, “Mass Spec Libraries of Everything”
11:50-1:50 Lunch/Poster Presentations
1:50-2:30 Hee-Yong Kim, NIAAA, NIH, “Mass Spectrometry to Probe Lipid Metabolites, Receptors
and Protein Conformation”
2:30-3:10 Alexandra Nita-Lazar, NIAID, NIH, “Targeted Proteomics-Driven Computational Modeling of Microbial
Sensing and Chemotactic Signaling Pathways in Macrophages”.
3:10-3:50 Jim Kelley, NCI, NIH, “From Bethesda to Frederick. Mass Spectrometry Adventures in
Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology.”
AB Sciex Seminar on Lipid Analysis at NIH
Tuesday, April 5th, 2016
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Building 35A, Room 610, NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD
Welcome and SCIEX Update
Dr. David Colquhoun, Mass Spectrometry Sales Representative, Maryland, SCIEX
Differential Ion Mobility and Lipid Identification – A Revolutionary Approach to Mapping Lipids
Dr. Paul Baker, Global Lead Scientist – Lipidomics, SCIEX
Question & Answer Session