We are looking forward to two Troubleshooting Poster Rounds (TPR) sessions at MSACL in Palm Springs.
The goal for the Troubleshooting Poster Rounds is to have an informal interaction between the entire group of troubleshooting poster presenters and the reviewers. If other conference- goers join in, all the better. There are no firm guidelines for this session, but the idea is for the presenters to give a 3-5 minute summary of their poster to start off the discussion. Tell us about the problem you encountered, and how you went about troubleshooting. The interaction is meant to be collegial, not critical, with the goal of attendees learning from your experience and you learning from any insight the group can contribute. Troubleshooting Poster Rounds and other Practical Training events at MSACL are designed to promote networking and education in the clinical mass spectrometry community.
There will be Two Sessions in the Exhibit Hall:
What Happened to My Topiramate?
SPADIA LAB a.s.
Troubleshooting for Morphine Interference in a Method Analyzing Drugs of Abuse in Exhaled Breath
Karolinska University Hospital Laboratory
The Challenge of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D: Reducing Complexity of Extraction While Simultaneously Increasing Sensitivity
On the Path to Standardized Approach of Matrix Effect, Process Efficiency and Recovery Assessment in Clinical Mass Spectrometry Testing
Humidity Fluctuation Beyond the Manufacture’s Acceptable Range in a Clinical Mass Spectrometry Laboratory
The Challenges Associated with the Development of a Clinically Viable Quantitative Insulin Analog Assay
Low Extraction Efficiency in Liquid-Liquid Extraction and Quantification of Nicotine, Opioids and Cannabinoids from Plasma, Brain, and Placental Tissue
University of Maryland
Internal Standards for Mass Spectrometry: When Gravimetric Analysis is Not Enough
Univ. of Washington