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UNITED STATES 2014

MSACL 2014 US

March 1-5, 2014
Sheraton Hotel & Marina, San Diego

MSACL 2014 US Website

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MSACL 2014 US WEB-BASED SESSION PROGRAM with Abstracts
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ACCENT Continuing Education Credits - Expires Jan 2015

843 Relevant Attendees (not including staff, press or accompanying individuals)

Posters: 220
Podium Presentations: 69

Exhibitors: 40 (43 booths)

AB SCIEX
Agilent Technologies
AnaSpec
bioMerieux
Biotage
Bonna-Agela Technologies
Bruker Daltonics
Cambridge Isotope Laboratories
Cerilliant
DPX Labs
EMD Millipore
Festo
GERSTEL
Golden West Biologicals
Hamilton Robotics
Hudson Surface Tech
Imtakt USA
Indigo Biosystems
IONICS Mass Spectrometry
IsoSciences
Korean Basic Science Institute
LGC Standards
New England Peptide
Optimize Technologies
Orochem Technologies
Parker Hannifin
Phenomenex
Phytronix Technologies
RECIPE Chemicals & Instruments GmbH
Restek
Shimadzu
Sigma-Aldrich
SimulTOF
Spark Holland B.V.
SPEware
Tecan
Thermo Scientific
Thomson Instrument Co.
Waters
Zef Scientific Inc.

Corporate Partners

Thermo
Agilent
Waters
Bruker
AB SCIEX
Shimadzu
SimulTOF

MSACL 2014 US Travel Awards

Young Investigator Awardees


Awarded for Exceptional Submitted Abstracts for Young Investigators

59 awards granted to cover shared hotel room, registration and partial flight for podium presenters.

Jing Chen
Johns Hopkins University
YING-JR CHEN
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST LOUIS
Barbora Chindarkarova
TPMG Regional Laboratory
Jennifer Colby
University of California San Francisco
Chris Crutchfield
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Tanis Dingle
University of Washington
Christopher Doern
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Xiaowei Fu
University of Southern california, Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Ian Garber
University of British Columbia
Alexander Gertel
Medical College of Wisconsin
Cody Goodwin
Vanderbilt University
Antonina Gucciardi
University of Padova, Italy- Women’s and Children’s Health Department
Sarah Hackenmueller
University of Utah
Carrie Haglock-Adler
ARUP Institute for Clinical & Experimental Path
Robert Harlan
Johns Hopkins University
Christina Hartigan
Boston Children's Hospital
Joshua Hayden
University of Washington
Jintang He
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Chengsi Huang
The Ohio State University
Caroline Johnson
The Scripps Research Institute
Christoph Krisp
Australian Proteome Analysis Facility
Jessica LE VEN
Imperial College London
Yungkang Lee
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Dayong Lee
University of Florida, Department of Pathology, Immunology and Laboratory Medicine
Li Liu
University of Pittsburgh
Jessica Lloyd
Washington University
Nicholas Manicke
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Soumen Manna
National Cancer Institute, USA
Patrick Mathias
University of Washington
Jessica Miller
University of Arizona
John Mills
Mayo Clinic
John Mitsios
Washington University, School of Medicine
Sudha Nagalingam
Case Western Reserve University
Caleb Nienow
University of Illinois at Chicago
Andrew Palmer
University of Bremen
Amy Wang Pan
University of California San Diego
Morgan Pence
Washington University in St. Louis
Robert Popp
University of Victoria Genome BC Proteomics Centre
Boone Prentice
Vanderbilt University
Preeti Purwaha
Department of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, MD Anderson Cancer Center, University of Texas, Houston, TX 77054
Robert Quinn
San Diego State University
Nilini Ranbaduge
The Ohio State University
Julie Ray
ARUP Laboratories
Zdenek Spacil
Institute for Systems Biology
Christophe Stove
Laboratory of Toxicology, Ghent University
Katie Thoren
University of California, San Francisco
Irene van den Broek
Leiden University Medical Center, Department of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine
Jerome Vialaret
Montepllier hospital
Dan Wang
Cleveland State University
Sarah Wheeler
University of Pittsburgh
Maria Alice Willrich
Mayo Clinic
Arnaud Wolfer
Imperial College London
Chaochao Wu
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Kunhong Xiao
Duke University Medical Center
Lin Zhang
Cleveland State University
Wujuan Zhang
CCHMC
Yan Zhang
University of Rochester Medical Center
Junfang Zhao
Mass Spectrometry Core, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Jiangjiang Zhu
University of Washington

Lab Director Awardees

No abstract submission required. Intended to support exposure of current directors of clinical laboratories to mass spectrometry for use as an analytical tool.

6 awards granted to cover private hotel room and registration.

Sponsored by:

Thermo

Omai Garner
UCLA Health System
Nichole Korpi-Steiner
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
SHUIJUN LI
SHANGHAI XUHUI CENTRAL HOSPITAL
Chia-Ni Lin
Chang Gung Memorial Hospital
Octavia Peck Palmer
University of Pittsburgh
Jeong Hwan Shin
Inje Universtiy Busan Paik Hospital

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.

33 awards granted to cover shared hotel room and registration.

Sponsored by:

Thermo
Waters
Agilent
Bruker

Zuhier Awan
University of Montreal and McGill University Health Centre
Lindsay Bazydlo
University of Florida
Amanda Blouin
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Mount Sinai Medical Center
Zheng Cao
Houston Methodist Hospital
Jing Cao
University of Minnesota
Nandkishor Chindarkar
University of California- San Diego
Siu-Kei Chow
University of Washington/VA Puget Sound Healthcare System
Mari DeMarco
University of British Columbia
Jeremy Gilbreath
University of Washington
Verena Gounden
Department of Laboratory Medicine, National Institutes of Health
Tiffany Heady
University of Virginia and US Army
Hemamalini Ketha
Mayo Clinic
Danni Li
University of Minnesota
David Lin
University of British Columbia / James Hogg Research Centre / PROOF Centre of Excellence
Sara Love
Hennepin County Medical Center
Lori Millner
University of Louisville
Hanan Mohammad
University of North Carolina Hospital
Marisa Needham
University of Virginia
Rob Nerenz
Washington University School of Medicine
Jaime Noguez
Emory University School of Medicine
Sue Pearring
Los Angeles County Dept of Coroner
Athena Petrides
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Trevor Pitcher
University of Louisville
Tracey Polsky
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Emily Lu Ryan
Clinical Chemistry Fellow at Emory School of Medicine
Alec Saitman
Dept. of Pathology University of California San Diego
Rajeevan Selvaratnam
University of Minnesota Medical Center
Brenda Suh-Lailam
University of Utah/ ARUP Laboratories
Nicole Tolan
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Matthew Whitlock
Royal Derby Hospital
Gary Woodward
Oxford University Hospitals
He Yang
University of California at San Francisco
Jane Yang
Dept. of Pathology University of California San Diego

ACCENT Continuing Education Credit

AACC is an approved provider of continuing education for clinical laboratory scientists licensed in, but not limited to, the states of California, Florida, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Rhode Island, and West Virginia.

MSACL 2014 US Short Courses

TitleCredits
A Comprehensive Review of Clinical Mass Spectrometry Technology & Techniques, Including Miniaturization 12
Development and Validation of Quantitative LC-MS/MS Assays for Use in Clinical Diagnosis12
General Toxicology9
How to Develop Robust Assays Faster Using Free Data Analysis Tools12
How to Process Body Fluids for LC-MS/MS Analysis of Small Molecules6
Introduction to Clinical Mass Spectrometry12
Metabolomics6
Preparing Manuscripts for Publication: Improving your Chances for Success6
Targeted Proteomics9
Understanding the Optimization of LC/MS/MS to Develop Successful Methods for Identification and Quantitation in Complex Matrices12

MSACL 2014 Plenary and Scientific Sessions

TypeTitleCredits
Plenary SessionMonday AM1.5
Plenary SessionTuesday AM1.5
Scientific SessionSession 1 (Mon AM) 1.25
Scientific SessionSession 2 (Mon PM) 1.25
Scientific SessionSession 3 (Tues AM)1.25
Scientific SessionSession 4 (Tues PM)1.25
Scientific SessionSession 5 (Wed AM) 1.25
Scientific SessionSession 6 (Wed Midday)1.25
Scientific SessionSession 7 (Wed PM)1.25