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Industry Workshops

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Industry Workshops provide an opportunity for MSACL conference attendees to learn more about specific applications or products of interest as presented by sponsoring vendors.

Sponsoring vendors may request that attendees pre-register, but it is NOT REQUIRED (if there are issues regarding this on-site please contact any MSACL employee). Vendors may, however, provide priority seating to pre-registered workshop attendees if there are space limitation issues.

A listing of Industry Workshops will appear below as they are booked.

Workshop Assignments

*Please note that any workshop slot that appears taken may be preferentially selected based on sponsorship level up through the end of the Early Bird date.

Workshop Assignments

Wednesday April 6
12:00 - 13:00De Anza 1Thermo Fisher Scientific
12:00 - 13:00De Anza 2Thermo Fisher Scientific
12:00 - 13:00De Anza 3Agilent Technologies
Thursday April 7
12:00 - 13:00De Anza 1Thermo Fisher Scientific
12:00 - 13:00De Anza 2Indigo BioAutomation
12:00 - 13:00De Anza 3Shimadzu

Industry Workshop Summaries

Wednesday April 6

@ 12:00 - 13:00 in De Anza 1 with Thermo Fisher Scientific

Mass Spectrometry-based Tools Empowering the State of Healthcare – Today and Tomorrow

Part 1 : From the OR to the Microbiology Lab: Advanced Development of the MasSpec Pen for Broad Clinical Use
Mary King, PhD Candidate – Prof. Livia S. Eberlin Group
The University of Texas at Austin
Part 2 : Enhanced LC-MS Detection of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) Peptides
Richard Gibson, PhD
Thermo Fisher Scientific

@ 12:00 - 13:00 in De Anza 2 with Thermo Fisher Scientific

A Wide Range of Mass Spec Solutions for the Clinical Laboratory : From Flexibility for LDTs to a New Fully Automated Clinical Analyser for Easy Implementation

Part 1 : LC-MS/MS Adoption in the Clinical Laboratory : Current Trends and Future Perspectives
Kara Lynch, PhD
University of California San Francisco
Part 2 : Measuring Vitamin D2 and D3 on the Cascadion™ Fully Automated LC-MS/MS System : From Installation to Result Reporting
Philip Sobolesky, PhD
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center

@ 12:00 - 13:00 in De Anza 3 with Agilent Technologies
Keeping an “Eye on” Mobility Technologies for Clinical Research Laboratory Workflows
Frederick Strathmann, PhD, MBA
MOBILion Systems
Automated Rapid Throughput Quantitative Proteomics of Amniotic Fluid Utilizing Agilent AssayMap Bravo and UHPLC-MS/MS
Anita Vinjamuri, Bachelors of Science in Chemistry
University of California Davis
Armin Oloumi, BS in Biochemistry
University of California, Davis

Thursday April 7

@ 12:00 - 13:00 in De Anza 1 with Thermo Fisher Scientific

Advances in High Throughput Mass Spectrometry – Novel Front-End Solutions Driving Routine Clinical TDM Analysis

Part 1 : A Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Assay of Immunosuppressants using TurboFlow LC and High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry
Ruben Y. Luo, PhD, DABCC
Stanford University
Part 2 : High Throughput Paper-Spray Mass Spectrometry (PS-MS) for Validated Clozapine Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Human Serum
Chris Gill, Ph.D.
Vancouver Island University

@ 12:00 - 13:00 in De Anza 2 with Indigo BioAutomation
Data Analytics, Change Management and Elevating Laboratory Performance
Romeo Solano, Ph.D.
Quest Diagnostics
Laboratory Analysis as a Team Sport
Jim Edwards
Indigo BioAutomation
Indigo BioAutomation Females in Mass Spectrometry Annual Award Winners
Randall Julian, PhD
Indigo BioAutomation

@ 12:00 - 13:00 in De Anza 3 with Shimadzu
Do More with Less: Ease the Burden of Staff Shortages while Simultaneously Boosting Lab Productivity with Ultra-Fast Mass Spectrometry
Scott Kuzdzal, Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments
Scaling Up while Scaling Down: New Era for Plasma/Serum Proteomics
Benoit Fatou, PhD
Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School