Technology & Data Science for Enhanced Patient Care

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UNITED STATES 2016

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Scientific Committee

The Scientific Committee is assembled to review abstract submissions for the annual conference. This includes reviewing abstract submissions, suggesting plenary speakers, recruiting researchers to solicit abstracts for submission to the conference and identifying emerging topics of interest. The topics outlined below are the dominant topics addressed the MSACL conferences. MSACL encourages submissions in all areas of clinical mass spectrometry and evaluates abstracts that do not fall in the main topical categories listed below by a group composed of the Chair and the Topic Leads.

Chair


David Herold, MD, PhD
UCSD/VA Medical Center, San Diego

Endocrinology

Dan Holmes, MD
St. Paul's Hospital

Michael Chen, MD
McGill University

Brian Rappold,
Essential Testing

Ravinder Singh, PhD
Mayo Clinic

Metabolomics

Gary Patti, PhD
Washington University

Mohit Jain, MD, PhD
University of California, San Diego

Microbiology

Susan Butler-Wu, PhD
University of Southern California

Carey-Ann Burnham , PhD
Washington University

Pieter Dorrestein, PhD
University of California, San Diego

Nathan Ledeboer, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin

Vanessa Phelan, PhD
University of California, San Diego

Practical Training

Rob Fitzgerald, PhD
University of California, San Diego

Judy Stone, PhD
University of California, San Diego

Proteomics

Cory Bystrom , PhD
Cleveland Heart Lab

Leigh Anderson, PhD
SISCAPA

Michael Lassman, PhD
Merck

Steve Master, MD, PhD
Weill Cornell Medical College

Regulations & Standards

Julianne Botelho, PhD
CDC

Hubert Vesper, PhD
CDC

Victoria Zhang, PhD
University of Rochester

Tissue Imaging

Livia Eberlin, PhD
University of Texas at Austin

Ron Heeren, Prof. Dr.
Maastricht University

Jeff Spraggins, PhD
Vanderbilt University

Toxicology / TDM / Pain

Kara Lynch, PhD
University of California, San Francisco

Jennifer Colby, PhD
Vanderbilt

Jason Sawyer,
ARUP