ASMS 2019

    Atlanta, GA

    JUNE 2 - 6, 2019

    Get ready for
    Generation Quant!

    Key milestones define a generation. The countdown is ticking before the Generation Quant reaches the next milestone.

    Watch the Generation Quant adventure unfold over 5 episodes and get ready to be wowed at ASMS 2019.

    Annual Users Meeting at ASMS

    Sunday, June 2, 2019
    7:30 AM – 12:00 Noon*

    Join us for the SCIEX Users Meeting at ASMS and prepare to be wowed. Following our long history of game-changing innovations in quantification that empower new discoveries, we will reveal another milestone at our Users Meeting. You won’t want to miss it!

    Get ready for the next Generation Quant milestone!

    All will be revealed at ASMS 2019!

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    • Receive updates as Generation Quant unfolds!

     

    SCIEX ASMS 2019 Information

    Annual Users Meeting

    Sunday, June 2
    8:30 AM-12:00 PM
    Westin Peachtree Plaza Atlanta, 210 Peachtree St. NW

    Breakfast Seminars

    Monday-Thursday, June 3-6
    7:00-8:15 AM
    Georgia World Congress Center (Rooms TBA)

    Booth #500

    Georgia World Congress Center (Hall B)

    Hospitality Suite

    Grand Ballroom ABC, North Tower, M4 Level, Omni Atlanta
    Monday-Wednesday, June 3-5
    8:00 PM-11:00 PM

    Software Demo Suite

    Monday-Wednesday, June 3-5
    Monday 1:00 PM-5:00 PM; Tuesday & Wednesday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
    Oak Room, South Tower, Lobby Level, Omni Atlanta

    Poster & Oral Presentations

    Presentation list

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    Annual Users Meeting at ASMS

    Sunday, June 2, 2019
    7:30 AM – 12:00 Noon*

    Join us for the SCIEX Users Meeting at ASMS and prepare to be wowed. Following our long history of game-changing innovations in quantification that empower new discoveries, we will reveal another milestone at our Users Meeting. You won’t want to miss it!

    Pre-registration is now closed. You may register for our Users Meeting ONSITE Sunday at:

    Westin Peachtree Plaza Atlanta
    Registration on 8th Floor Terrace,
    Peachtree Ballrooms – starting at 7:30 AM
    210 Peachtree St. NW
    Atlanta, GA 30303

    Joint Plenary Session from 8:30-9:30 AM where new MS technology will be revealed, followed by four concurrent sessions 10:00 AM-12:00 PM*:

    • Advances in Pharma & Biopharma Workflows *This session concludes at 2:00 PM
    • Advances in SWATH® Acquisition for Life Science Research
    • Advances in Food, Environmental & Cannabis Testing Applications
    • Advances in Clinical Research & Forensic Toxicology Testing Applications

    Advances in Pharma & Biopharma Workflows Users Meeting Agenda

    *This session concludes at 2:00 PM

     

    Joint Plenary Session

     

    Time Topics
    8:30 AM Life after the API III: 30 Years of Discovery and Innovation
    Chris Lock, Vice President LCMS R&D, SCIEX
    8:35 AM Past, Present and Future of SWATH® Acquisition MS
    Steve Tate, Manager, Software Applications Research Group, SCIEX
    8:50 AM Innovations in Quantitation, Suppression, Separations, and Speed – Breaking the Throughput Sound Barrier
    Tom Covey, Principal Scientist, SCIEX
    9:10 AM Drug Discovery in the Ultra-High Throughput and Acoustic Mass Spectrometry Age: A Brief Consideration of the Possibilities
    Matt Troutman, Senior Director, Hit Discovery and Optimization, Pfizer, Inc.
    9:30 AM Break

     

    Application Session

     

    Time Topic
    10:00AM Recent Development of ADE-OPP-MS for Drug Discovery Applications
    Hui Zhang, Ph.D., Associate Research Fellow, Pfizer
    10:30 AM OPP-ESI-MS – A Breakthrough Technology for Drug Discovery Applications
    Andreas Luippold, Ph.D., Director Bioanalysis, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals
    11:00 AM Panel Discussion: Current State and Future Perspectives of OPP-ESI-MS
    Panelists: Tom Covey, Hui Zhang, Andreas Luippold
    11:30 AM Antibody-Free Approaches to Measure Protein Biomarkers
    Bo An, Ph.D., Senior Analyst, Exploratory Biomarker Assay, GlaxoSmithKline
    12:00 PM LC-HRMS For Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses of Oligonucleotides
    Lin-Zhi Chen, Ph.D., Sr. Research Fellow, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals
    12:30 PM  Lunch
    1:00 PM Analysis of Spent Media Metabolites to Assure Product Quality During Cell Line Development of Biologics
    Elsa Gorre, Ph.D., Scientist, Cell and Developability Sciences Biotherapeutics Development, The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson
    1:30 PM Native Mode Analysis of Non-Covalent Complexes
    Sean McCarthy, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, Application Support, SCIEX
    2:00 PM Adjourn

     

    Advances in SWATH® Acquisition for Life Science Research Users Meeting Agenda

     

    Joint Plenary Session

     

    Time Topics
    8:30 AM Life after the API III: 30 Years of Discovery and Innovation
    Chris Lock, Vice President LCMS R&D, SCIEX
    8:35 AM Past, Present and Future of SWATH® Acquisition MS
    Steve Tate, Manager, Software Applications Research Group, SCIEX
    8:50 AM Innovations in Quantitation, Suppression, Separations, and Speed – Breaking the Throughput Sound Barrier
    Tom Covey, Principal Scientist, SCIEX
    9:10 AM Drug Discovery in the Ultra-High Throughput and Acoustic Mass Spectrometry Age: A Brief Consideration of the Possibilities
    Matt Troutman, Senior Director, Hit Discovery and Optimization, Pfizer, Inc.
    9:30 AM Break

     

    Application Session

     

    Time Topics
    10:00 AM Scanning SWATH Acquisition: Proteomics Done Fast – and What To Do With It
    Christoph Messner, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, The Francis Crick Institute, United Kingdom
    10:30 AM Generation of the First 10,000-Clinical-Proteome Data Set for Precision Medicine
    Tiannan Guo, MD, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Westlake University, China
    11:00 AM Food as Medicine, Not Poison – Using SWATH Acquisition to Explore Gluten-Free Barley
    Michelle Colgrave, Proteomics Research Scientist & Team Leader, CSIRO Agriculture and Food, and Professor, Edith Cowan University, Australia
    11:30 AM An Integrative Method for Redox-Centered Analysis with SWATH Acquisition
    Bruno Manadas, Ph.D., Auxiliary Researcher at Center for Neuroscience and Cell Biology, University of Coimbra, Portugal
    12:00 PM Adjourn

     

    Advances in Food, Environmental & Cannabis Testing Applications Users Meeting Agenda

     

    Joint Plenary Session

     

    Time Topics
    8:30 AM Life after the API III: 30 Years of Discovery and Innovation
    Chris Lock, Vice President LCMS R&D, SCIEX
    8:35 AM Past, Present and Future of SWATH® Acquisition MS
    Steve Tate, Manager, Software Applications Research Group, SCIEX
    8:50 AM Innovations in Quantitation, Suppression, Separations, and Speed – Breaking the Throughput Sound Barrier
    Tom Covey, Principal Scientist, SCIEX
    9:10 AM Drug Discovery in the Ultra-High Throughput and Acoustic Mass Spectrometry Age: A Brief Consideration of the Possibilities
    Matt Troutman, Senior Director, Hit Discovery and Optimization, Pfizer, Inc.
    9:30 AM Break

     

     

     

    Application Session

     

    Time Topics
    10:00 AM PFAS Analysis in Environmental Samples: Current Status and What’s to Come
    Charles Neslund, Ph.D., Scientific Officer, Eurofins
    10:20 AM Benefits of SelexION® DMS for Quantification of Small Molecules
    John E. Jones III, Sr. Agricultural Research Chemist – APD/EFR, BASF
    10:40 AM QTOF-MS: The Best Choice for Emerging Contaminants Discovery in Wastewater Reuse and Plant Uptake
    Damià Barceló, Ph.D., Professor, CID-CSIC Centre d'Investigació i Desenvolupament
    11:00 AM Breaking Bad Cannabis Product Testing: Operating a QTRAP® 6500+ LC-MS/MS System in a Mobile Lab in Canada
    Brigitte Simons, Ph.D., Vice President of Laboratories and Operations, Molecular Science Corp.
    11:20 AM A Brand New Workflow for High Throughput Mycotoxin Analysis
    Jianru Stahl-Zeng, Ph.D., Senior Technical Marketing Manager, SCIEX
    12:00 PM Adjourn

    Advances in Clinical Research & Forensic Toxicology Testing Users Meeting Agenda

     

    Joint Plenary Session

     

    Time Topics
    8:30 AM Life after the API III: 30 Years of Discovery and Innovation
    Chris Lock, Vice President LCMS R&D, SCIEX
    8:35 AM Past, Present and Future of SWATH® Acquisition MS
    Steve Tate, Manager, Software Applications Research Group, SCIEX
    8:50 AM Innovations in Quantitation, Suppression, Separations, and Speed – Breaking the Throughput Sound Barrier
    Tom Covey, Principal Scientist, SCIEX
    9:10 AM Drug Discovery in the Ultra-High Throughput and Acoustic Mass Spectrometry Age: A Brief Consideration of the Possibilities
    Matt Troutman, Senior Director, Hit Discovery and Optimization, Pfizer, Inc.
    9:30 AM Break

     

    Application Session

     

    Time Topics
    10:00 AM The Power of SWATH® Acquisition: Advanced Workflows for Identifying NPS and Drugs of Abuse
    Alex Krotulski, MSFS, Research Scientist, Center for Forensic Science Research and Education at the Fredric Rieders Family Foundation
    10:30 AM Remove the LC to Maintain Separation: High Resolution DMS with SelexION® Technology
    Yves LeBlanc, Ph.D., Associate Chief Research Scientist, SCIEX
    11:00 AM Multiplexing Solution: Improved Sample Processing and Next-Generation Carryover Detection
    Xiang He, Ph.D., Senior Manager, Applications, SCIEX
    11:45 AM Adjourn

    Pre-registration is now closed.

    You may register for our Users Meeting ONSITE Sunday at Westin Peachtree Plaza, 8th Floor Terrace, Peachtree Ballrooms, starting at 7:30 AM

    ASMS 2019 Breakfast Seminars

    You are invited to join us for breakfast each morning at the Georgia World Congress Center to learn more about innovative mass spec and CE-based solutions that enable you to make advances in your research.

    Seminars run concurrently each day and all begin at 7:15 AM.

    Pre-registration is now closed.You may register for our Breakfast Seminars ONSITE at the Georgia World Congress Center, Building A, Level 4, Monday through Thursday, starting at 7:00 AM.

     

    Monday June 3

    Topics Speakers Room
    In Vitro Measurement of a Heterotrimetic Cytokine Receptor α/β/γ Turnover by Serial IA-LC/MS Xiaomeng “Christina” Shen, Ph.D., Scientist, Amgen Convention Center Rm A404/405
    Multi-Attribute Methodology (MAM) for Biologics Development Sean McCarthy Ph.D., Senior Scientist Application Support, SCIEX Convention Center Rm A406/407
    A New Approach to Testing PPCPs and Pesticides in Water Robert Di Lorenzo, Ph.D., Application Support Scientist, SCIEX Convention Center Rm A408

     

    Tuesday June 4

    Topics Speakers Room
    Challenges and Solutions to Large Molecule Bioanalysis by LC-MS/MS: A Journey in Development, Validation and Sample Analysis Shane Needham Ph.D., CEO, Alturas Analytical Convention Center Rm A404/405
    Advanced LC-MS Workflows for Comprehensive Lipidomic Profiling: Why Three Pumps Beats Two Pumps Jeffrey McDonald, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Center for Human Nutrition, UT Southwestern Medical Center Convention Center Rm A406/407
    All Bases Covered – Cannabis Testing with SCIEX Robert Di Lorenzo, Ph.D., Application Support Scientist, SCIEX Convention Center Rm A408

     

     

    Wednesday June 5

    Topics Speakers Room
    Oligonucleotide Quantitation and Characterization Esme Candish Ph.D., Biopharma Applications Specialist, SCIEX Convention Center Rm A404/405
    (1) Discover the New TripleTOF® 6600+ System with Scanning SWATH Acquisition &
    (2) Integrative Structural Biology: A New Frontier for Structural Proteomics
    Christie Hunter, Ph.D., Director, Global Applications & Technical Marketing, SCIEX &
    Dr. David Schreimer, Professor of Oncology, Physiology & Pharmacology, University of Calgary
    Convention Center Rm A406/407
    Get More from Your Mass Spec: Employing CESI-MS to Resolve Challenging Protein and Polar Analytes Andreas Krupke Ph.D., Product Manager, CE-MS, SCIEX Convention Center Rm A408  

     

    Thursday June 6

    Topics Speakers Room
    Hot Topics in Pharma: - Addressing the Valsartan Impurity Issue - Microflow Chromatography: The Key to More Sensitive Met ID Ferran Sanchez, Market Development Manager, Pharma, SCIEX and Rolf Kern, Staff Scientist, Pharma Applications, SCIEX Convention Center Rm A404/405
    (1) Confirming Gene Editing by CRISPR-Cas9 at the Protein Level Using SWATH® Acquisition &
    (2) Nanoflow Applications for HLA Peptides Using OptiFlow™ Source on the TripleTOF® 6600+ System
    Christie Hunter, Ph.D., Director, Global Applications & Technical Marketing, SCIEX &
    Curtis McMurtrey, Director of Immunoproteomics, PureMHC
    Convention Center Rm A406/407
    (1) Polly: An Omics Platform for the Entire Life Cycle of Untargeted Metabolomics Data &
    (2) Distinct Lipidomic Landscapes Associated with Clinical Stages of Urothelial Cancer of the Bladder
    Abishek Jha, Co-founder, CEO, Elucidata &
    Dr. Nagireddy Putluri, Director, Metabolomics Core, Baylor College of Medicine
    Convention Center Rm A408

    Pre-registration is now closed.

    You may register for our Breakfast Seminars ONSITE at the Georgia World Congress Center, Building A, Level 4, Monday through Thursday, starting at 7:00 AM.

    ASMS 2019 Agenda at a Glance

    Date Time Event
    Sunday, June 2 8:30 AM-12:00 PM SCIEX Users Meeting, Westin Peachtree Plaza Atlanta
    7:45 PM-9:00 PM Exhibits – SCIEX Booth # 500, Georgia World Congress Center, Hall B
    Monday, June 3 – Thursday, June 6 7:00 AM–8:15 AM Breakfast Seminars – Georgia World Congress Center
    Monday, June 3 – Wednesday, June 5 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Exhibits – SCIEX Booth # 500, Georgia World Congress Center, Hall B
    9:00 AM-5:00 PM One-on-one Software Demos – SCIEX Suite, Oak Room, South Tower, Lobby Level, Omni Atlanta at CNN Center
    8:00 PM-11:00 PM SCIEX Hospitality Suite – Grand Ballroom ABC, North Tower M4 Level, Omni Atlanta at CNN Center
    Thursday, June 6 9:00 AM-2:30 PM Exhibits – SCIEX Booth # 500, Georgia World Congress Center, Hall B

     

     

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