Accelerating the Implementation of Mass Spectrometry in the Clinical Lab

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UNITED STATES 2016

Help Us Reach Our Educational Support Goal of $40,000
Educational Travel Grants supported in part by:
MS3

MSACL 2016 US

February 21 - 25, 2016
Renaissance Hotel & Palm Springs Convention Center
Palm Springs, CA

MSACL 2016 US Website

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MSACL 2016 US WEB-BASED SESSION PROGRAM with Abstracts
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Corporate Partners

With Thanks to Our Corporate Conference Partners:
Thermo
Shimadzu  SCIEX
Indigo  Agilent  SimulTOF
Bruker

Attendees by Type

Full Conference Attendees729
Exhibits Only Attendees186
Short Course Only Attendees29
Other27
Total Attendees971

Attendee Representation by Region

North America826(85.07%)
United States784
Canada42
European Region89(9.17%)
United Kingdom34
Netherlands12
Germany10
Sweden8
Switzerland4
Italy4
Turkey3
Finland3
Russian Federation2
France2
Slovenia1
Liechtenstein1
Iceland1
Denmark1
Czech Republic1
Belgium1
Austria1
Asian Region56(5.77%)
Korea, Reublic29
China8
Taiwan6
Japan6
Australia5
Thailand1
India1
TOTAL971(100%)

Abstracts Presented

Posters: 237
Podium Presentations:118
Total:355

Exhibitors: 55 (60 booths)

Agilent Technologies
ALIFAX
Apricot Designs
Biotage
Bonna-Agela Technologies
Bruker Daltonics
Cambridge Isotope Laboratories
Cayman Chemical
Cerilliant
Chrom Tech
ChromSystems
Diagenode
DPX Labs
EMD Millipore
GERSTEL
Golden West Diagnostics
Hamilton Robotics
Imtakt USA
Indigo BioAutomation
Integrated Micro Chromatography Systems (IMCS)
Ion Bench / MS Noise
IsoSciences
ITSP Solutions
LGC Standards
MAC-MOD Analytical
Metabolomic Technologies
mSPEC Group
Neoteryx
New England Peptide
Obotics
Optimize Technologies
OraSure Technologies
Orochem Technologies
Parker Hannifin
Peak Scientific
Phenomenex
Phytronix Technologies
Promega
Prosolia
RECIPE Chemicals & Instruments
Restek
Scientific Systems
SCIEX
SECTRA
Shimadzu
Sigma-Aldrich
SimulTOF
SPEware
Tecan
Teledyne CETAC Technologies
Thermo Scientific
Thomson Instrument Co.
UTAK Laboratories
Waters
Zef Scientific


MSACL 2016 US Travel Grants

Lab Director & Trainee Grants partially supported by:
MS3

Young Investigator Grantees

71 grants to cover shared hotel room, registration and partial flight for podium presenters.

James Alexander
Imperial College, London
Mohammad Alyamani
Cleveland State University
Elizabeth Axton
Oregon State University
Emily Bliss
University College London
Mark Bokhart
North Carolina State University
James Bollinger
Department of Genome Sciences - University of Washington
Lori Bourassa
University of Washington Medical Center
Dimitri BRINET
Sahlgrenka Academy at Gothenburg University
Simon Cameron
Imperial College London
Jonas Ceponis
Los Angeles Biomedical Institute at Harbor-UCLA
Dawn Chen
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Christopher Chouinard
University of Florida
Jennifer Colby
Vanderbilt University
Lewis Couchman
King's College Hospital
Chris Cox
University of Oklahoma and Harvard University
Alireza Dehghani
University of Bonn
Mari DeMarco
University of British Columbia, St Paul's Hospital
Maria Luisa Doria
Imperial College of London
Jorg Hanrieder
University of Gothenburg
Sophie Hepburn
Prince of Wales Hospital
Melissa Hoffman
Moffitt Cancer Center/University of South Florida
Howard Horng
University of California, San Francisco
Alan Jarmusch
Purdue University
Carl Jenkinson
Metabolism and Systems Research (IMSR)
Feng Jin
Baylor College of Medicine
Brooke Katzman
Mayo Clinic
Francyne Kubaski
University of Delaware/ Nemours-Alfred IduPont Children Hospital
Yin-Ming Kuo
Fox Chase Cancer Center
Yungkang Lee
Berkshire Healthcare Systems
Chi-Wei Lee
Kaohsiung Medical University
Yongchao Li
University of Illinois at Chicago
Hsuan-Chieh Liao
University of Washington
Camille Lombard-Banek
The George Washington University
Jianqing (Ben) Lu
Prince of Wales Hospital
Mark Marzinke
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Imir Metushi
UC San Diego Health
Wojciech Michno
Dept. Psychiatry and Neurochemistry, Sahlgrenka Academy at the University of Gothenburg
John Mills
Mayo Clinic
Milad Nazari
North Carolina State University
Peter Nemes
George Washington University
Talia Novos
Prince of Wales Hospital, SEALS
Dana Ohana
Leiden University Medical Centre
Mariola Olkowicz
Medical University of Gdansk
Vasanta Putluri
Baylor College of Medicine
Koen Raedschelders
Heart Institute, Cedars Sinai Medical Center
Anna Robson
Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust
Merja Rossi
Imperial College London
Joseph Rudolf
Massachusetts General Hospital
Andraz Smon
University Children's Hospital, University Medical Centre Ljubljana
Edward St.John
Imperial College
Sylwia Stopka
The George Washington University
Linda Switzar
Leiden University Medical Center
Stefani Thomas
Johns Hopkins University
Shahid Ullah
Karolinska Institute
Ryan Walsh
University of Colorado, Denver (Anschutz Medical Campus)
Evelyn Wang
University of Texas at Arlington
Li Wang
BC Children's hospital
Jikang Wu
The Ohio State University
Yi Xiao
Children's Hospital Los Angeles
He Yang
Univ.of California, San Francisco/SF General Hospital
Yifei Yang
Yale University
Han-Yin Yang
University of Washington
Melanie Yarbrough
Washington University School of Medicine
Tyler Yin
University of Louisville
Yanbao Yu
J. Craig Venter Institute
Jialing Zhang
UT Austin
Shenyan Zhang
Cedars Sinai Medical Center
Junfang Zhao
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Yu Zi (Emma) Zheng
St. Paul's Hospital, University of British Columbia
Jiangjiang (Chris) Zhu
Miami University
Irina Zolkina
Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University

Lab Director Grantees

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

32 grants to cover private hotel room and registration.

Lindsay Bazydlo
University of Virginia
Jessica Boyd
Calgary Laboratory Services/University of Calgary
David Carpentieri
Phoenix Children's Hospital
Alex Chin
Calgary Laboratory Services/University of Calgary
Jessica Colon-Franco
Medical College of Wisconsin
Melkon DomBourian
Children's Hospital Colorado/University of Colorado
Kelly Doyle
Intermountain Healthcare
Sucharita Dutta
EVMS
Guy Fink
CIUSSS de l'Estrie-Centre hospitalier universitaire de Sherbrooke
Xiaowei Fu
University of Southern California
Stewart Graham
Beaumont Health
Dina Greene
University of Washington
Paul Jannetto
Mayo Clinic
Benjamin Jung
BC Chidlren's Hospital, Children's and Women's Health Centre of British Columbia
Thomas Kampfrath
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Brian Kelly
University of Utah
Dailin Li
Vancouver General Hospital
Sara Love
Hennepin County Medical Center
M. Laura Parnas
Sutter Health Shared Laboratory
NAGIREDDY PUTLURI
Baylor College of Medicine
Anna Romanelli
University of California, Davis Health System
Ramesh Saeedi
University of British Columbia
Alec Saitman
Providence Regional Laboratories
Edward Sass
University of Alabama in Huntsville
VIVEKANANDA SHETTY
BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
Lingli Tang
the Second Xiangya Hospital,Central South University
Margret Thorsteinsdottir
University of Iceland
Antonius van Herwaarden
Radboud University Medical Center
Faye Vicente
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
Rao Weiqiao
BGI-Research
Kevin Xiao
University of Pittsburgh
Xin Yi
Houston Methodist Hospital

Trainee Grantees

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.

42 grants to cover shared hotel room and registration.

Aparna Baxi
Johns Hopkins University
Daniel Biocini
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Andrew Bryan
University of Washington
Adam Burke
Imperial College London
Sean Campbell
University of Virginia Health System
Allison Chambliss
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Siaw Li Chan
University of Chicago
Esther Cynn
Columbia University Medical Center
Lucy Evans
University of Sheffield
Matthew Feldhammer
Emory University
Mahboobe Ghaedi
Yale University
Jessica Gifford
Calgary Laboratory Services
Ronald Henriquez
University of North Carolina
Ventzislava Hristova
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Waddah Katrangi
Mayo Clinic
Praveen Kumar
Beaumont health system
ZAIPING LIU
IWK Health Certre, Dalhousie University
Sheng-Ying Lo
University of Washington
Mei Lu
Biochemical Genetics Laboratory, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Pierre-Luc Mallet
University of Sherbrooke
Maximo Marin
The University of Chicago Medical Center
Michael Mbughuni
Mayo clinic
Mitchell McGill
Washington University School of Medicine
Garrett Mullins
University of Virginia
Mahesheema Na
Cleveland State University
Belkiz Ongen
Acibadem
Jennifer Powers
Georgia Institute of Technology
Abraham Qavi
Washington University in St. Louis, Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Molly Resnick
Connecticut College
Maria Stella Ritorto
Memorial Sloan Kettering
Jesse Seegmiller
University of Minnesota
Lusia Sepiashvili
Mayo Clinic
Tujin Shi
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Breland Smith
University of California, San Diego
Theresa Swift
University of Michigan Health System
Awet Tecleab
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Xander van Wijk
University of California, San Francisco
Joesph Wiencek
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Clayton Wilburn
Houston Methodist Hospital
Jane Yang
UCSD
Zahra Yi
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center/ Dartmouth College
Min yu
University of Virginia

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 2016 US Short Courses

TitleCredits
Clinical MS 301
Henion
A Comprehensive Review of Clinical Mass Spectrometry Technology & Techniques, Including Miniaturization
16
Data Science 101
Holmes & Master
Breaking up with Excel: A Newbie's Introduction to the R Statistical Programming Language
16
LC-MSMS 101
Stone, Bachmann, Van Der Gugten, & Akin
Getting Started with Quantitative LC-MS/MS in the Diagnostic Laboratory
16
LC-MSMS 102
Kobelski
Introduction to Clinical MS Method Development
16
LC-MSMS 201
Voyksner
Understanding the Optimization of LC/MS/MS to Develop Successful Methods for Identification and Quantitation in Complex Matrices
16
LC-MSMS 202
Thompson, Shuford & Soderblom
Practical LC-MS Maintenance and Troubleshooting
16
LC-MSMS 301
Grant & Rappold
Development and Validation of Quantitative LC-MS/MS Assays for Use in Clinical Diagnosis
16
MALDI 102
Michelle Reyzer
Practical Considerations for MALDI Imaging Mass Spectrometry
16
MALDI 201
Vestal, Duncan, Parker & Hattan
Quantitative MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry for Clinical Applications
16
Metabolomics 301
Patti
Metabolomics
8
Presentations 102
Mahooti
How to Maximize Your Influence Through Creating Compelling Presentations
8
Proteomics 101
MacCoss & Bereman
Introduction to Quantitative Proteomics
8
Proteomics 201
Hoofnagle & Bystrom
Clinical Proteomics
8
Sample Prep 201
Hesham Ghobarah
Practical Introduction to Sample Preparation for Clinical LC/MS/MS
8
Toxicology 101
Moran
General Toxicology
8

MSACL 2016 US Plenary and Scientific Sessions

TypeTitleCredits
Plenary SessionPlenary 1 Tuesday
Kenneth Setchell
1
Plenary SessionPlenary 2,3 Wednesday
Mark Graber, Donald Hunt
1
Plenary SessionPlenary 4 Thursday
R. Graham Cooks
1
Scientific SessionSession 1 (Tue) 1
Scientific SessionSession 2 (Tue) 1
Scientific SessionSession 3 (Wed) 1
Scientific SessionSession 4 (Wed) 1
Scientific SessionSession 5 (Thu)     1
Scientific SessionSession 6 (Thu) 1
Scientific SessionSession 7 (Thu) 1
Scientific SessionSession 8 (Thu) 1