Translating Pre-Clinical Research to Clinical Patient Care™



The MSACL Organization



September 2-5, 2014
Salzburg Congress Center, Salzburg, AUSTRIA

MSACL 2014 EU Website

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Registrant Type:
000 Lab Director Grantees
002 Accompanying Individuals
002 Press
005 Staff
010 Trainee Grantees
018 Students
029 Young Investigator Grantees
091 Academic / Government
178 Industry

Geographical Distribution:
01 Argentina
01 Egypt
01 India
01 New Zealand
01 Finland
01 Hungary
01 Luxembourg
01 Turkey
01 Russian Federation
02 Brazil
02 Croatia
02 Ireland
02 Israel
03 Spain
04 Japan
05 China
05 Norway
05 Republic of Korea
07 Belgium
09 Denmark
10 Sweden
11 Italy
12 Canada
14 France
17 Austria
17 Switzerland
21 Netherlands
53 United Kingdom
60 United States
65 Germany


Podium Presentations:
36 (not including 5 Plenary)

22 (29 booths)

Agilent Technologies
Biotage AB, Sweden
Bruker Daltonics
Cambridge Isotope Labs
Indigo Biosystems
LGC Standards
PAS Technology
RECIPE Chemicals + Instruments
Spark Holland
Thermo Scientific

Corporate Partners


MSACL 2014 EU Travel Awards

Young Investigator Awardees

Awarded for Exceptional Submitted Abstracts for Young Investigators

28 awards granted to support travel costs.

Julia Balog
Imperial College London
Barbara Bojko
Collegium Medicum University of Nicolaus Copernicus in Torun, Poland and University of Waterloo, Canada
Hannah Bowrey
The Medical University of South Carolina
Sara Capiau
Laboratory of Toxicology, Ghent University
Elena Chekmeneva
Imperial College London
Jennifer Colby
University of California, San Francisco
Irene Costa
Woman and Children's Department, University of Padua
Lewis Couchman
King's College Hospital; University of Leicester
Pieter De Kesel
Laboratory of Toxicology, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Ghent University, Harelbekestraat 72, B-9000 Ghent, Belgium
Julia Dittrich
Institute of Laboratory Medicine, Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics, University Hospital Leipzig
Andrew Dowsey
University of Manchester
Adrian Fontan
Hospital San Pedro, Logrono, La Rioja Spain
Deborah French
University of California, San Francisco
Alexander Gaudl
Leipzig University
Sadakatali S. Gori
University of Louisville
Kevin Kerian
Purdue University
Soumen Manna
National Cancer Institute
Eduardo Martínez Morillo
Hospital Universitario Central de Asturias
Jessica Miller
University of Arizona Cancer Center
Andrew Palmer
University of Bremen
Vanessa Phelan
University of California, San Diego
Madlen Sander
Institute of Laboratory Medicine, Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics, University Hospital Leipzig, Germany
Zdenek Spacil
University of Washington
Nicole Strittmatter
Imperial College London
Anna Catharina Suhr
Institute of Laboratory Medicine, Hospital of the University of Munich (LMU), Marchioninistr. 15, 81377 Munich, Germany
Irene van den Broek
Leiden Univeristy Medical Center (LUMC)
Martijn van Faassen
University Medical Center Groningen
Jane Yang
University of California, San Diego

Trainee Awardees

No abstract submission required. Intended to support exposure of young clinical chemists to mass spectrometry for use as an analytical tool in the clinical laboratory.

10 awards granted to partially cover lodging hotel room and registration.

Sponsored by:


Ena melisa Canales
University College London
Matteo Conti
University Hospital Bologna
Morgan James
Medical University of South Carolina
Manar Mashhadani
Northampton General Hospital
Elizabeth Palmer
Cwm Taf Health Board and Nottingham University
Sebastian Perez
Laboratorios Raffo / University of Buenos Aires
Sarah Pitkin
UCL Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Omolara Popoola
University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria
Antonius van Herwaarden
Radboud University Medical Center
Marija Zekušić
University Hospital Centre Zagreb Kišpatićeva 12 10 000 Zagreb, Croatia

ACCENT Continuing Education Credit

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MSACL 2014 EU Short Courses

Detection of Pathogens and Toxins using Mass Spectrometry12
Development and Validation of Quantitative LC-MS/MS Assays for Use in Clinical Diagnosis12
How to Process Body Fluids for LC-MS/MS Analysis of Small Molecules6
Introduction to Clinical Mass Spectrometry12
Preparing Manuscripts for Publication: Improving your Chances for Success6
Solid Phase Microextraction (SPME) and Other Solventless Sampling and Sample Preparation Technologies for Laboratory and On-Site6

MSACL 2014 EU Plenary and Scientific Sessions

Plenary SessionFriday AM: Irene Burkhardt: MALDI-TOF in Medical Microbiology1
Plenary SessionFriday AM: Matthias Mann: High Resolution Proteomics for Clinical Applications 1
Plenary SessionThursday AM: Gary Siuzdak: Metabolism and Disease Pathogenesis1
Plenary SessionThursday AM: Zoltan Takats: Direct Mass Spectrometric Characterization of Fluids, Cells and Tissues - The Benefits and the Price of Real-Time Analysis1
Plenary SessionThursday PM: Randall Julian: The Impact and Potential Consequences of Machine Intelligence on Healthcare    1
Scientific SessionSession 1 Track 1 (Thu AM): Sample Prep1.25
Scientific SessionSession 1 Track 2 (Thu AM): Metabolomics1.25
Scientific SessionSession 1 Track 3 (Thu AM): Standardization1.25
Scientific SessionSession 2 Track 1 (Thu PM): Small Molecule1.25
Scientific SessionSession 2 Track 2 (Thu PM): Proteomics1.25
Scientific SessionSession 2 Track 3 (Thu PM): Imaging and Analytics1.25
Scientific SessionSession 3 Track 1 (Fri AM): Small Molecule / Sample Prep1.25
Scientific SessionSession 3 Track 2 (Fri AM): Metabolomics1.25
Scientific SessionSession 3 Track 3 (Fri AM): Novel Methodologies1.25
Scientific SessionSession 4 Track 1 (Fri PM): Biomarkers1.25
Scientific SessionSession 4 Track 2 (Fri PM): Metabolomics1.25
Scientific SessionSession 4 Track 3 (Fri PM): Toxicology1.25