“Bridging the Gap Between Ion Chemistry & Biological Applications of Mass Spectrometry”
2013: E. Volpi: Stable isotopes and mass spectrometry to guide discovery in translational research: The sarcopenia example.
2012: H. Brunengraber: Potential for linking mass spectrometry and mass isotopomer analysis for biochemical pathway discovery.
2011: C. Malloy: Probing metabolic networks and human disease with stable isotopes.
2010: J. Yates: Driving biological discovery using quantitative proteomics.
2009: C. Newgard: Comprehensive metabolic analysis for understanding of diabetes and obesity mechanisms.
2008: G. Suizdak: Global metabolomics form surfaces and solutions.
2007: A. Pandey: Use of stable isotopes labeling for unraveling signaling pathways and identifying cancer biomarkers.
2006: D. Schoeller: Understanding the energetics of caloric restriction based on doubly labeled water data.
2005: D. Matthews: Labeling whole animas with stable isotopes to be the ultimate internal standards for quantitative proteomics.
2004: S. Raghavakaimal: Application of proteomics in clinical and basic science research.
2003: F. Regnier: Proteomics: An emerging tool for the study of disease and regulation in biological systems.
2002: R. Wolfe: Application of stable isotopes to the study of muscle protein metabolism.
2001: M. Hellerstein:Water-world: measuring DNA synthesis, including cell proliferation and mitochondrial biogenesis with D2O.
2000: T. Brenna: Mass Spectrometry and stable isotope tracers in nutritional research.
1998: A. Hilkert, D. Merritt, K. Sree Nair, M. McNurlan, A. Ajami: 15N/14N analysis by GC-C-R-IRMS.