SCIEX Breakfast & Dinner Seminars at ASMS 2021

Monday, November 1st – Thursday, November 4th 2021

Pennsylvania Convention Center, Room 119AB | Philadelphia, PA

Scientific innovation seminars

ASMS will look a little different this year…but our continual focus is to deliver the best scientific content to you. We will have daily breakfast and dinner seminars this year, focusing on a wide range of research topics and technologies.

Please review the full schedule below and register for the sessions that most interest you. We look forward to seeing you in Philadelphia!

SCIEX Sunday Innovation brunch page

Breakfast seminars

Monday, November 1st

From weeks to one hour - A better way to confidently identify charge variants

Kristen Nields, Ph.D
Senior Scientist, Janssen Therapeutics

Tuesday, November 2nd

See deeper into your metabolome - Introducing next-level technology that enables more confident detection and more sensitive quantification than ever before

Jason Causon
ZenoTOF 7600 Product Manager, SCIEX

Wednesday, November 3rdNext-level impurity and biotransformation identification - New tools for any type of molecule from small to large

Jeff Gilbert
Distinguished Fellow and Technical Leader of the Mass Spectrometry Center, Corteva Agriscience

Todd Stawicki
Biopharma global marketing manager, SCIEX

Thursday, November 4thA new level of confidence and insight for the characterization of the most challenging biotherapeutics

Kerstin Pohl
Sr. Technical Marketing Global Lead, Biopharma LC-MS, SCIEX


Dinner seminars

Monday, November 1st

Better lipid profiling is here - Discover new fragmentation techniques as well as high sensitivity workflows that will elevate your lipid characterization and quantification

Uri Keshet, Ph.D
Postdoctoral Fellow, UC Davis Genome Center- Metabolomics

Mackenzie Pearson, Ph.D
Senior Staff Scientist, SCIEX

Tuesday, November 2ndIdentify and quantify more proteins and PTMs - See how the latest high-powered proteomics hardware innovations can accelerate your research

Birgit Schilling
Ph.D Associate Professor and Director of MS Core, Buck Institute  

Christie Hunter, Ph.D
Director of Applications, SCIEX

Wednesday, November 3rdSimplifying workflows and accelerating productivity - How the high-performing SCIEX 7500 system with SCIEX OS software is transforming labs

Thomas R. Covey, Ph.D
Principal Scientist, SCIEX

Robert Di Lorenzo, Ph.D
Territory Manager, SCIEX


Pre-registration is now closed.
You may register for our seminars ONSITE at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Room 119 AB

Breakfast seminars: Monday through Thursday, starting at 7:00 AM
Dinner seminars: Monday through Wednesday, starting at 7:00 PM