MSACL provides a forum for discussing the clinical application of mass spectrometry by bringing together academic and industrial experts in the field with those driven to
explore and understand more about the potential
benefits. The mission of MSACL is to accelerate the implementation of mass spectrometry in the clinical laboratory with the goal of contributing to the improvement of
patient standard-of-care as well as reducing health care costs.
Young Investigator Grants: Young investigators, in the first four years of their academic position, who submit an abstract which is accepted for
presentation (poster/podium) at the annual conference. Applicants must submit a
Lab Director Grants: Lab Directors interested in learning more about what mass spectrometry is and how it could potentially improve results and
reduce costs in their clinical laboratory are not required to submit an abstract, but must submit a
Trainee Grants: Lab Directors-to-be interested in learning more about what mass spectrometry is and how it could potentially improve results and
reduce costs in their clinical
laboratory are not required to submit an abstract, but must submit a
Scientific Program Tracks
It's the abstracts that make the meeting. Are you working in clinical mass spectrometry and have compelling results that you want to present at the most focused clinical
spec meeting in the world? Submit your abstract for the MSACL Conference.
A comprehensive list of the topics being solicited for the current conference is below.
Abstract Submission Categories for MSACL 2019 US
*Note: Abstracts are solicited for the topics listed below, however, if no abstracts are submitted and accepted on any given topic then it will not be covered at the
Breath Analysis and VOC
Natural Products / Environmental
Regulations & Standards
Tox / TDM / Endocrine
The target audience for this program includes pathologists, clinical laboratory directors and scientists, mass spectrometry and automated sample processing providers as
laboratory diagnostic providers.
This program will be beneficial to healthcare administrators, laboratory quality control and standards scientists, as well as those responsible for implementation of
for emergency response due
to terrorism or accident.
This meeting will be critical to share emerging analytical information and work concerning regulations and standards. The goal of MSACL is to create an environment
participants will be able to
identify opportunities to develop the capacity to provide higher quality results, more rapidly and for lower overall cost, for patients within the healthcare system.