Tuesday October 9th, 2018

8:00am Registration, 8:30am Welcome

Oregon State University, Linus Pauling Science Center, Room 402


Join for a day of presentations and discussions on mass spectrometry research and applications including metabolomics, proteomics and emerging technologies.

8:00am-Open Registration

9:00am-Arthur Moseley, Duke University- “The Essential Roles of System Qualifications, Inter-Sample QC and
Intra-Sample QC in Proteomics and Metabolomics”

9:45am-Libin Xu, University of Washington- “Structural Diversity of Small Molecules and Lipids Revealed by Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry”

10:45am-James Prell, University of Oregon- "Fourier Transform Methods for Interpreting Highly Congested
Native  Mass Spectra“

11:30am-Liang Li, University of Alberta- “High-Performance Chemical Isotope Labeling LC-MS for
Quantitative Metabolomics with High Coverage”

1:30pm-Laszlo Prokai, University of North Texas
Health Science Center- “Practice of Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics Focusing on Posttranslational modifications by Reactive Oxygen, Nitrogen and
Carbonyl Species”

2:15pm-Chris Beecher, IROA Technologies-“What is IROA”

3:15pm- OSU Mass Spectrometry Center  Open House, ALS0085




For more information or questions about the symposium, please contact
Jeff Morré - jeff.morre@oregonstate.edu
Claudia Maier - claudia.maier@oregonstate.edu
Liping Yang - Liping.Yang@oregonstate.edu