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Midwest Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group Speakers 2006

January 25
Brian Williamson
AB/Sciex
Framingham, MA
Biomarker Discovery via Isobaric Tagging Technology (iTRAQ) and Multiple Reaction Monitoring Initiated Detection and Sequencing (MIDAS)


May 2
Alan Marshall
Professor of Chemistry & Director
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory ICR Program
Florida State University
Tallahassee Florida
Accurate Mass Measurement: Taking Full Analytical Advantage of Nature’s Isotopic Complexity


June 20
Post-ASMS Picnic Poster Session
32 Posters Presented
Washington University


August 11
Richard Knochenmuss
Head of the Metabonomics Mass Spectrometry Laboratory
The Novartis Institutes of Biomedical Research
Basal Switzerland
Mechanisms of Ionization by MALDI: Recent Results


September 13, 9:30 a.m.
John Turk, Washington University Medicine Department Mass Spectrometry Facility
Biological Effects of Genetic and Pharmacologic Manipulation of Group VIA Phospholipase A2 activity


September 27, Southwest Tower SW728, 9:30 a.m.
Michael Gross, Washington University Mass Spectrometry Research Resource
Proteomic Methods by MS: Applications in Immunology and Biophysics


October 10, Danforth Center, 975 North Warson Road, 5:30 p.m.
Josh Coon, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Advancing Proteomics with Ion/Ion Chemistry: Electron Transfer Dissociation and Beyond


October 25, Southwest Tower SW728, 9:30 a.m.
Henry Rohrs, Washington University Mass Spectrometry Research Resource
Biological Mass Spectrometry Using Hybrid Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometers


November 1, Washington University, Room 250 Laboratory Sciences, 6:30 p.m.
Emile Schweikert, Texas A&M University
New Developments In Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry


December 13, Southwest Tower SW728
Xianlin Han, Washington University School of Medicine
The Story of Cardiolipin: Revealed by Shotgun Lipidomics