The 2019 Global CESI-MS Symposium took place in La Jolla, California, at the Hazen Campus Auditorium at The Scripps Research Institute (Scripps Research). Cohosted by Professor John Yates and Professor Jenny Van Eyk, the event featured presentations and Q&As with leaders from around the world in academia, biopharma and industry.

These webinars will show you:

  • How CESI-MS has been used in the latest advances of proteomics
  • Industry innovators that have used CESI-MS to maximize their biologic characterization
  • The use of CESI-MS in innovative research for novel and advanced applications
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Discover how innovators are using CESI-MS to drive advances in proteomics.

Native capillary electrophoresis topdown mass spectrometry for characterization of proteoforms and their complexes

Professor Neil Kelleher, Northwestern University, USA

Enhancing proteomic throughput by CESI-MS

Dr. Klaus Faserl, Innsbruck Medical University, Austria

Glycomic and proteomic profiling of limited biological and clinical samples using CZE through CESI-MS

Professor Alexander Ivanov, Northeastern University, USA

Ultra-sensitive determination of modified nucleotides by sheathless interfaced CE-MS

Professor Xin-Xiang Zhang, Peking University, China

Advances in separation of co- & post-translational protein modifications using CE-MS

Professor Herbert Lindner, Innsbruck Medical University, Austria

Uncovering proteomic changes during embryonic neural induction through ultrasensitive mass spectrometry

Dr. Aparna B. Baxi, University of Maryland, USA

Next stage personalized medicine: Automation and high content proteomics

Professor Jennifer Van Eyk, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, USA


Ramp up your biologic characterization with the use of CESI-MS technology as outlined by industry innovators.

Is the signature peptide for quantification a thing of the past? Using CESI-MS to quantify mAbs

Richard Snell, GSK, UK

Charge variant analysis by CESI-MS

Dr. Fang Wang, SCIEX, USA

CESI-MS for the in-depth characterization of (heavily) glycosylated proteins

Assistant Professor Rob Haselberg, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, NL

Novel and advanced applications

Learn about novel and applied market applications of CESI-MS and how it has helped leading scientists drive innovation in their research.

Imaging LIF detection at the Taylor Cone of ESI-MS

Professor Andras Guttman, University of Debrecen, Hungary

Development of CESI-MS methods and hardware for spaceflight missions

Dr. Fernanda Mora, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA

CESI-MS of small molecules for agricultural and environmental science

Dr. Spencer Walse, USDA, Agricultural Research Service, USA

Single cell analysis by CESI-MS

Dr. Jolene Diedrich, The Scripps Research Institute (Scripps Research), USA

Comprehensive analysis of HIV glycosylation by CE separation and ultraviolet photodissociation

Professor John Yates III, The Scripps Research Institute (Scripps Research), USA