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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.

Pre-registration available, but not required to attend any of the workshops shown below. Attendees may also indicate their workshop interest during on-site registration and badge pick-up, or by simply turning up for any of the Breakfast workshops listed below.

Tuesday March 19
12:15 - 13:45San Carlos 3 (Marriott > Mezzanine | Stairs from Lobby or SkyBridge from Conference Ctr)Agilent TechnologiesPre-Register Now
12:15 - 13:45San Carlos 4 (Marriott > Mezzanine | Stairs from Lobby or SkyBridge from Conference Ctr)Ionpath
Wednesday March 20
7:30 - 8:25Steinbeck 1 (Conference Ctr > 2nd Floor)Thermo Fisher Scientific
7:30 - 8:25Steinbeck 2 (Conference Ctr > 2nd Floor)Indigo BioAutomation
7:30 - 8:25Steinbeck 3 (Conference Ctr > 2nd Floor)Waters CorporationPre-Register Now
7:30 - 8:25Colton (Conference Ctr > 2nd Floor)OPEN
Thursday March 21
7:30 - 8:25Steinbeck 1 (Conference Ctr > 2nd Floor)Thermo Fisher Scientific


Industry Workshop Summaries


Tuesday March 19


@ 12:15 - 13:45 in San Carlos 3 (Marriott > Mezzanine | Stairs from Lobby or SkyBridge from Conference Ctr) with Agilent Technologies
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A Novel Strategy utilizing SIL mouse reference material from different tissues and body fluids enabling Absolute Quantitation Of Proteins in human tissues
Christoph Borchers, PhD
Jewish General Hospital, McGill University Montreal, QC, Canada
Intact Protein Quantitation – using iFAMS Quant+: Gabor-Transform Software for Automated Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry Signal Deconvolution and Quantitation
James Prell, PhD
University of Oregon
An efficient and fully automated end-to-end sample preparation strategy using the AssayMAP Bravo for Evosep-MRM
Nicolai Bache, PhD
Evosep

@ 12:15 - 13:45 in San Carlos 4 (Marriott > Mezzanine | Stairs from Lobby or SkyBridge from Conference Ctr) with Ionpath
Unveiling Cellular Interactions: A Mass Spectrometry Approach to Spatial Proteomics
Mate Nagy, PhD
Ionpath
Jay Tarolli, PhD
Ionpath

Wednesday March 20


@ 7:30 - 8:25 in Steinbeck 1 (Conference Ctr > 2nd Floor) with Thermo Fisher Scientific

Practical Considerations for Standardizing LC-MS assays in Clinical Labs

An optimized, simplified workflow for the targeted proteomic analysis of fibrinogen in 4,200 plasma samples
Stefani Thomas, PhD, DABCC, NRCC
University of Minnesota
FAIMS: The perfect complement to established LC-MS/MS techniques
Anthony Maus, B.S., Ph. D.
Mayo Clinic

@ 7:30 - 8:25 in Steinbeck 2 (Conference Ctr > 2nd Floor) with Indigo BioAutomation

Elevating Laboratory Analysis

Elevating Laboratory Analysis
Jim Edwards
Indigo BioAutomation

@ 7:30 - 8:25 in Steinbeck 3 (Conference Ctr > 2nd Floor) with Waters Corporation
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Simpler, Smarter Solutions: The Waters Total LC-MS/MS Workflow

Simpler, Smarter Solutions: The Waters Total LC-MS/MS Workflow
Anna Wynn, MS, MBA
Waters
Simpler, Smarter Analysis: Quantification of Serum Thyroglobulin for Clinical Research
Dominic Foley, BSc
Waters Corporation
Simpler, Smarter Services: Waters Professional Services and Customer Education Platform
Julius Aguila, BS Chemistry
Waters Corporation

Thursday March 21


@ 7:30 - 8:25 in Steinbeck 1 (Conference Ctr > 2nd Floor) with Thermo Fisher Scientific

Unlocking the Potential for Large-Cohort Proteomic Studies with the Orbitrap Astral Mass Platform

Paradigm shift in biomarker translation: an innovative and automated pipeline to generate and select clinical-grade signature peptides during DIA discovery
Jennifer Van Eyk, PhD
Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute
Introducing the Orbitrap Astral Mass Spectrometer
Yue Xuan, PhD, MBA
Thermo Fisher Scientific